On Tuesday, May 15, Southampton residents have a choice to make: lose key services that affect everybody in town or chip in an extra 2.5% in tax revenue to keep them going. There’s no rainy day fund this time. It all depends on the Proposition 2½ Override.
Let’s get out the vote and VOTE YES ON PROPOSITION 2½!
X 2nd/3rd Shift Fire & Paramedic ServiceX 24/7 Paramedic ServiceX 1 Full-Time Police Officer, Funding For Protective Gear
Do you want to wait for an ambulance or fire truck to come from a town or two over? Do you want understaffed and underequipped police officers? No? Then VOTE YES!
X 1 Highway Department EmployeeX 5 Hours/Week For Administration Assistant EmployeesX Streetlight Service Hours
Do you want slower response to downed trees? How about snow plowing? Do you want reduced hours for town services? Darker streets? No? Then VOTE YES!
X Funding For Council On AgingX Hours For Senior Center
Do you want to reduce access to the Senior Center? Do you want to lower funding for outreach programs for housebound seniors? No? Then VOTE YES!
X 6.5 Positions at Norris Elementary SchoolX Small Class SizesX School ChoiceX Special Events/Classes
Do you want to see class sizes increase from 18 students to 25? Would you like to see fewer teachers and administrators? Would you like to cut school choice and funding for special events and classes? No? Then VOTE YES!
Paid for by the concerned citizens of Southampton