Tisbury voters turned out but not quite strongly enough, falling eight shy of a quorum at a special town meeting on Tuesday night. Town moderator Deborah Medders sent the 92 voters home; 100 were needed to conduct the meeting, which has now been rescheduled for the start of next Tuesday’s annual town meeting.

The 15-article special warrant includes requests to borrow $200,000 to fund the town’s low-interest loan septic system upgrade program for homeowners, dispose of three town-owned automobiles and one boat, establish a trust fund for town employee retirement obligations, approve a sidewalk easement for the Martha’s Vineyard Museum’s new location, and establish a fish committee to regulate herring fishing at Chappaquonsett Pond and Creek.

The special town meeting begins at 7 p.m. on Tuesday.