"There is still work to be done to complete the takeover," Armstrong-Holmes said. "But now the votes have been cast we can clearly see the way forward. That can only be good news.
"This deal has made us the envy of clubs up and down the country.
"Although it has been proved many times before that money doesn't guarantee success in football, we are on the brink of a situation that will surely be unique in this club's history.
"Plans can actually be made to do things - on and off the field - without having to worry about whether we can afford it. I firmly believe Munto are the people to transform the fortunes of the club that we all care so deeply about."
There was an 83% turnout of the Trust's membership of 1,025 with voters also being asked to consider whether or not to write off loans the Trust had in the club - with 784 voting in favour and 78 against.
Peter Trembling, who is to become the new chairman and chief executive, is already installed at Meadow Lane and will immediately have a bigger say in the decision-making process.
Trust chairman Glenn Rolley added: "The Trust recognise that it is a magnificent opportunity to put Notts County back on the football map after so many years in the doldrums and have decided to give their full backing to Munto Finance.
"Time will tell whether the decision is the right one. But like everyone who cares about the future of Notts County, I'm genuinely excited about the way forward."
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