St. George residents will act on their school and municipal budgets next week.

The St. George Municipal School Unit budget for 2021-2022 will be on the ballot Monday, May 10. Polls are open from 8 a.m. to 8 p.m. at the town office.

The proposed school budget is $6,191,930 of which $5,426,134 will be raised locally from property taxes. The amount of taxes to be raised locally for education is nearly a 3% increase. The district is expected to receive $146,000 less in state education aid.

One of the articles on the school budget asks residents to approve $78,808 to pay neighboring Regional School Unit 13 for tuition owed from 2016 through 2019.

The municipal budget will be acted on at the annual town meeting scheduled for 6 p.m. Tuesday, May 11, under a tent in the parking lot of the town office.

There will be no contested races this year for St. George municipal and school positions on the Monday ballot.

Selectboard member Randy Elwell is seeking another three-year term.

Jennifer Garrett is uncontested for reelection to the municipal school unit board.

The 2021-2022 proposed municipal budget is $3,370,639 — a 3.7% ($120,252) increase from the voter-approved 2020-2021 budget.

The public works road and property maintenance budget is the largest account, proposed at $673,498.

The town office budget is proposed at $644,412.

The solid waste budget is proposed at $579,884.

The fire department budget is proposed at $412,836.

The harbors budget is proposed at $402,734.

The social and community services budget is proposed at $233,780.

The planning department budget is proposed at $121,289.

The parks and recreation department is proposed at $104,933.