Fundraising reminder for the Stamford Elementary School, please note the time change in bold below.
The Stamford Elementary Middle School from Stamford, VT is going to Washington DC in June!
Help us reach our fundraising goal by participating in our first ever Breakfast with Santa event on Sunday, December 17th from 9 am to 12 pm at the Stamford Elementary School! Pre-sold ticket prices are $10 for children and $5 for adults.
Ticket pricing includes a photo with Santa himself, breakfast consisting of eggs, pancakes, bacon, and sausage, coffee and various juices, face painting and ornament decorating.
Tickets sold at the door will be $10 for children and $8 for adults.
We hope to see you there!
Winter 2017-2018 Newsletter from the
Bennington County Solid Waste Alliance
The Bennington County Solid Waste Alliance (BCSWA) includes the Towns of Arlington, Bennington, Dorset, Glastenbury, Manchester, Pownal, Rupert, Sandgate, Searsburg, Shaftsbury, Stamford, Sunderland and Woodford and provides technical assistance to businesses, schools and institutions within the thirteen towns to encourage recycling and waste reduction.
The full newsletter can be found here.
Mini-Green Up Day
Join us on December 9th at 9 am in front of the school for a mini green up day. Green trash bags will be provided. This our chance to clean up the roads before the snow falls. Come one and all!! Contact Pat Sullivan with any questions.
All Board Meeting scheduled for Wednesday December 6th at 6pm. Open Meeting Laws by James Barlow, Esquire
Minutes for the comment session for the Town Plan can be found here.
Minutes for the November 16th Selectboard Meeting can be found here.
Just in time for all your holiday caroling – the bridge on the Lane is now open.
Word on the street, pun intended, from Road Commissioner Dave Tatro is that the bridge on The Lane will be open late this afternoon (November 22nd) and will then be closed down again on Monday morning (November 27th) so the contractors can finish the project.
No word yet on how long the bridge will be closed after Monday yet.
If you have a bottle of champagne left over from the holiday, perhaps you can donate it to the open ceremony so Dave can break it over the new abutments (just kidding).
If you are a subscriber to Stamfordvt.org, I’m sorry for filling your inbox today, but I thought it was important to send this out ASAP.
Iberdola, the windmill company, has announced that there will be a planned power outage at their site on Saturday November 18th starting at 6:30am. There is no word on how long it will last, but this will affect Internet access for some of the SVBC members.
In a previous post I stated the special town meeting for comments on the proposed town plan was scheduled for Thursday November 15th – right day, wrong date.
This meeting is scheduled for Thursday November 16th at 5:30pm.
Thank you to a sharp eyed reader!!
The Planning Board will be holding it’s monthly meeting on November 20th at 7:00pm
CALL TO ORDER
Review and approve minutes of last meeting
Review Zoning by-laws
Previous planning board meeting minutes can be found here.
Luke McKay picked up a stray dog on County Road near the Klondike Road intersection last week. It has no collar or tags and is not friendly. He has posted notices in town to find the owner without luck. He contacted Pownal and hung a notice at Stewarts. He has tried twice to reach Clarksburg but has not received any call back. Mike Denault will put a picture of the dog on face book. The town is required to hold the dog for 10 days after the notice is posted which is this Saturday, November 4, 2017. If the owner is not determined, the town can put the dog up for adoption or turn the dog over to a shelter to be re- homed or euthanized. Because of the dog’s personality, Luke McKay recommended that the dog be given to a shelter.
ALL BOARDS PRESENTATION
Attorney James Barlow will be coming to Stamford on Wednesday, December 6, 2017 at 6:00 p.m. for a presentation on the Open Meeting Laws. All town boards will be invited to attend.
The full Selectboard Meeting Minutes can be found here.
Peter Gruden would like everyone to know that “Buzz Wheeler (recycling center) condition is improving. When we saw him today, his pain had diminished and he was able to walk. Nonetheless, he is still getting important therapies. Anyone who wants to contribute to Buzz’s recovery fund can simply send a check to Karen Wheeler Box 185 Readsboro, VT 05350-0185. Buzz and Karen appreciate cards and contributions very much.”
You can also contact Peter Grudin at pgrudin