Author Amelia Norris
Staff attended a Planning Commission (PC) meeting in the Town of Waitsfield on July 1 to give a progress update on the Regional Plan and let the town know how it can be more involved throughout the update process. PC members discussed a number of trends and challenges the municipality is facing and brought light
Ken Jones, an Economic Research Analyst for the Agency of Commerce and Community Development (ACCD), gave a PowerPoint presentation at CVRPC’s July 8 Commission meeting, sharing a summary of the Comprehensive Economic Development Strategy (CEDS) that was recently completed and released to the public. The idea for CEDS sparked during the aftermath of 2011’s Tropical
Click here to read the June 2014 Plan Central Vermont Staff Update.
Congratulations to Nick and Anne, our High Water Mark Photo Scavenger Hunt winners! Nick won a season’s pass to Wrightsville Beach, while Anne will be enjoying a $50 gift certificate to the Central Vermont restaurant of her choice. We also want to give a big thank you to everyone else who submitted photos, they will
The June 2014 Regional Plan Update: Help Us Find High Water Marks is now available. To view the update, click here. To sign up to receive future monthly updates, click here.
Staff attended Planning Commission (PC) meetings in the towns of Woodbury and Marshfield on May 19 and June 5, respectively, to give a progress update on the Regional Plan and let the towns know how they can be more involved throughout the update process. PC members discussed a number of trends and challenges the municipalities
The Mad River Valley Economic Summit and Community Picnic was held yesterday, June 4, at the Lareau Farm Inn in Waitsfield. The event, hosted by the Mad River Valley Planning District (MRVPD) and the Mad River Valley Chamber of Commerce, drew over 200 community members from the district’s three municipalities and beyond. Attendees enjoyed a
The May 2014 Regional Plan Update: Spring Housing Workshop, Photo Scavenger Hunt & other Plan Central Vermont updates is now available. To view the update, click here. To sign up to receive future monthly updates, click here.
Click here to read the May 2014 Plan Central Vermont Staff Update.
High Water Mark Photo Scavenger Hunt: Be Flood Aware! Enter for a chance to win prizes! Flooding is the most frequent, costly, and damaging disaster experienced by the State of Vermont and the Central Vermont Region. From the Flood of 1927 to Tropical Storm Irene in 2011, flooding has consistently been a threat to property,