Paid for and Approved by Frank Loda, Videographer - Seymour, CT - (18 minute video) The Annual Town Budget Meerting was called to order by the Town Moderator. After the Town Clerk determined there was NO QUORUM available (29 vs 50 people) the Moderator announced that "no action could be taken but that he would allow public comments." Several people, including 1st Selectman Paul Roy and Selectman Kurt Miller, implored the voters to support both budgets, When the Moderator announced he was adjourning the Town Meeting I questioned if the meeting could be "adjourned to a referendum" since there was no Town Meeting quorum and no action could be taken. The Moderator deferred the question to Town Counsel who allowed the adjournment to stand. It is possible the process was proper, but it appears that anyone wanting to make a motion to reduce the budget in any manner was basically disenfranchised because that opportunity was denied. It was suggested that since bond payments were included in the budget that bond counsel be asked about the legality of the process. Robert's Rules appear to not allow any action to be taken without a quorum! Better to be safe than sorry. Watch the video. What do you think?