LEEDS —  Town officials are asking voters at the annual town meeting Saturday for $125,000 for work on streets and roads.

The total proposed budget for 2014-15 is approximately $985,000, slightly lower than last year’s $1.1 million. 

Action on the warrant begins at 1 p.m. June 7 at Leeds Central School.

There are 40 articles on the warrant, which can be found at the Town of Leeds website at townofleeds.wix.com/townofleeds.

The town doesn’t set its mill rate until August, but if things go as expected, town officials are anticipating the mill rate will stay about the same as the current fiscal year, which ends June 30.

Town officials will also announce the results of voting on Friday, when residents will elect a fire chief, a school board member and a selectman, although most of the candidates are running uncontested.


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