ⓘ Tinmouth, Vermont

                                     

ⓘ Tinmouth, Vermont

Tinmouth was established in 1761 in a region that came to be known as the New Hampshire Grants. At the first U.S. census, the town had a population of 935. Tinmouths population peaked in 1820, and for the next 150 years the towns population gradually declined, reaching its lowest 268 in 1970. The town reached a population of 567 at the 2000 census, the first time since the 1880 census that it was above 500.

In early 2007, the citizens of Tinmouth undertook what turned into an "acrimonious" debate about switching from town meeting to a secret ballot were held, not as close, but ending in the decision to make the switch two separate votes. The first vote was 97-95 in favor of the switch, the second was 112-104.

                                     
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