LYNDONVILLE — Kermit Fisher may not be a selectman anymore, but he’s continuing to keep an eye on something he’s wanted to see happen a long time: voting on special appropriations by Australian ballot.

The issue was on the agenda for last week’s Lyndon Select Board meeting, and Fisher attended to keep tabs on it.

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