Police and fire status discussed prior to trustees’ annual meeting

BELLOWS FALLS, Vt. – A deliberation over scheduling and budgeting of the Bellows Falls police and fire departments highlighted an April 25 Bellows Falls Trustees meeting. The discussion was initiated by trustee member Steve Adams who said that the village’s … Continued

Interim municipal manager’s contract extended


BELLOWS FALLS, Vt. – At an executive session at the April 4 joint board meeting two significant issues affecting the town and village were discussed – an extension of the interim municipal manager’s contract and the village’s obligation to pay … Continued

UDB passes in unified Select Board vote


  CHESTER, Vt. – Although the fall festival isn’t until Sept. 15 – 17, the Chester Rotary came before the Select Board asking about usage of the Village green. The Common Road would be closed during the weekend from 9 … Continued

Cavendish Select Board approves “Firefighter Olympics”

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CAVENDISH, Vt. – The Select Board held its annual organizational meeting and regular meeting at the town office, March 13, 2017. The meeting was congenial and the board covered a lot of ground in a timely fashion. Discussion was collaborative. … Continued

Members sworn in at select board meeting 

BELLOWS FALLS, Vt.- Newly elected select board members were sworn in at the March 7 meeting that took place shortly after the polls closed on Town Meeting Day. Elected were: for a one year term: Gaetano Putignano received 360 votes … Continued

Articles pass at Rockingham town meeting


ROCKINGHAM, Vt. – One hundred and thirty-five voters checked in to consider 12 warned articles that all passed by Australian ballot at the March 6 Annual Meeting.  Article 5, asking the voters to appropriate $5,382,600 to pay the indebtedness and … Continued

Ludlow meeting passes all articles with no opposition


LUDLOW, Vt. – The public meeting and annual meeting held Monday, March 6, in the evening was uneventful but offered an opportunity for townspeople to be seen and heard on 21 articles, the first six of which would be voted … Continued

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