The Budget Committee serves in an advisory capacity and reviews the proposed operating budgets, capital, and warrant articles for the Town of Salem and the Salem School District. The Committee then recommends or suggests modifications to the budget to the voters, who have the final say on the ballot and at the Town Meeting.
- WHEN? 2nd Wednesday of every month at 7PM (NOTE: Dates vary during budget review process.)
To keep up to date, please view the Budget Committee Calendar linked below:
- WHERE? Salem Town Hall, Knightly Meeting Room, 33 Geremonty Drive Salem, NH 03079
The public is welcome to attend meetings!
Agendas & Minutes
All agendas, minutes, and notices provided on this website are for informational purposes only. Draft versions of minutes may be subject to change.
|Jeff Boyer||Chair||March 2024|
|Steven Goddu||Vice Chair||March 2026|
|Jon Stark||Secretary||March 2024|
|Tanya Donnelly||Member||March 2026|
|Sean Lewis||Member||March 2024|
|Donna Loranger||Member||March 2025|
|Brian Thornock||Member||March 2024|
|Robert F. Bryant||Town Council Representative|
|Bernard H. Campbell||School Board Representative|
|Cathy Ann Stacey||Town Council Representative (Alternate)|
|Michael Carney||School Board Representative (Alternate)|
Members are elected annually in March for 3-year terms.
The Committee consists of seven at-large citizen members, two ex-officio members representing the Council and the School Board, and two alternates for the ex-officio members. The Council and the School Board appoint the ex officio members and their alternates. The at-large members are elected at the annual town elections in March. When an at-large position is vacant, new members may be appointed until the next annual election by a majority vote of the Committee.