West Tisbury voters approved a $300,000 general override 62-32 in a quiet special town election Thursday.

Total turnout was 94 voters, 3.5 per cent of those registered. The override was the lone question on the ballot.

The override will allow the town to exceed the state-mandated tax cap under Proposition 2 1/2, in a year of catchup spending after many things were put on hold last year due to the pandemic.

The special election wraps up the annual town meeting season in West Tisbury. At the annual meeting early this week voters approved all the articles on the warrant. In one key article, a vacant town-owned lot at the corner of State and Lambert’s Cove roads will be designated for use as affordable housing.