Weybridge voters decided Wednesday night what the town will do with a sudden influx of cash.
The money comes in the form of a $475,980 insurance payout, reimbursement for roughly the same amount of money embezzled by former town clerk Karen Brisson. She is currently serving a two-year term in federal prison.
Town voters decided to split the money up for a variety of projects and funds.
The largest amount – $210,980 – went into a reserve fund, select board member Gail Hurd said.