FY23 Budget Information

FY23 Budget Book

Your guide to the Milton Town School District Budget. Every year the district receives key information from the state that arrives on specific dates, as that information becomes available we add it to our budget book. The following budget book will be populated with links shortly. 

  1. Budget
    1. General Fund Expenses by Function (Summary/Chart)
    2. General Fund Expenses by Object (Summary)
    3. Budget Change by Category (Graph)

  2. Revenue
    1. General Fund Revenues & Revenue Details (Summary)
    2. Graph of Revenue Sources (Graph)

  3. General Information
    1. Budget Narrative (PDF)
    2. Milton Common Appraisal Letter
    3. Tax Commissioner Letter
    4. Announced/Allowable Tuition

  4. Act 68 and Tax Rate
    1. Tax Increase per Assessed Property Value (Graph)
    2. Components of Change in Tax Rate (Graph)
    3. Three Year Tax Comparison

  5. Budget Presentations
    1. MTSD FY23 Budget - Impact of COVID-19
    2. MTSD FY23 Budget Introduction (Video - Coming Soon) 

  6. Budget Vote Information
    1. Warning
    2. What's on the Ballot?
    3. MTSD Budget Voting Record
 

Question of the Week

Question of the Week

How do I vote?

There are a few ways to get your ballot and vote ahead of the town meeting day.
Question of the Week

How does School Healthcare work?

Act 11 - Health Care Coverage
Passed in 2018, Act 11 created the Commission on Public School Employee Health Benefits.
 
In the past, school districts negotiated health care cost-sharing and criteria through local collective bargaining.
 
The commission determines the cost of health care premiums, out-of-pocket expenses, eligibility criteria, full-time employment status, and Tiers of Coverage.
 
In the FY23 budget, healthcare increased by $512,000.
Question of the Week

How does School Healthcare work?

Act 11 - Health Care Coverage
Passed in 2018, Act 11 created the Commission on Public School Employee Health Benefits.
 
In the past, school districts negotiated health care cost-sharing and criteria through local collective bargaining.
 
The commission determines the cost of health care premiums, out-of-pocket expenses, eligibility criteria, full-time employment status, and Tiers of Coverage.
 
In the FY23 budget, healthcare increased by $512,000.
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Upcoming Meetings

January 31 at 6 pm
MTSD Board/Select Board Info Meeting
In Person & Zoom
@ Milton Town Hall

February 10 at 6 pm
Board Meeting
In Person & Zoom
@ MHS Library

February 28 at 6 pm
Budget Info Session
In Person & Zoom
@ MHS Library

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March 1, 2022