FAIRFIELD — Town officials, including First Selectman Michael Tetreau and Board of Education Chairman Philip Dwyer, are expected to be on hand at Monday’s session of the Representative Town Meeting to discuss ways to address a potential crisis facing the town’s 2016-17 budget.

This follws the recent news that the govenor has recommended a cut of nearly $3.6 million in education aid to the town, as well as an additional $1 million in sales tax revenue sharing, for the new fiscal year.

The legislative body’s meeting gets underway at 8 p.m. in the Board of Education’s central offices, 501 Kings Highway East.