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A Public Hearing on changes to the 2014 Town/Village of Woodstock Plan will be held Tuesday, July 12 & July 19, 2016 at 7:00 P.M. at Town Hall. Copies of the amendments are available at Town Hall / Norman Williams Public Library. For full Hearing Notice, click here

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The Planning Commission and the Village Development Review Board have openings for a
new commissioner and board member.  If interested, please call (457-7515)
or e.mail:  mbrands@townofwoodstock.org

 

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BOARD OF ABATEMENT

THURSDAY, June 23, 2015   6:30 P.M.

 

The Board of Abatement will Meet to consider two requests for Tax Abatement

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Fourth of July

Come Join the Town and Village of Woodstock

in Celebrating the Fourth of July!

 

When:  Monday, July 4th

Time:   6:00 – 9:00-ish

Where:  Woodstock Union High School

100 Amsden Way in West Woodstock

Enjoy Food, Activities for All and Fireworks at Dusk

 

New this year a Bounce House for Kids!

 

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UPDATE:  Change of appraisal notices were sent out Monday, June 6th.
Pre-grievance meetings will be held June 13 – June 15.  For more information,click here.

REAL APPRAISAL CHANGE OF APPRAISAL REPORT (click here). COPIES CAN ALSO BE MAILED TO YOU. PLEASE CALL TOWN HALL AT (802) 457-3456 TO REQUEST.

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Per Vermont statute, property owners have TWO WEEKS from the date of mailing to inform the Lister’s office in “writing” that they wish to grieve their assessment.  This can be done in person, by mail, by faxing to 802-457-2329 or e.mail (woodstocklisters@townofwoodstock.org).

The due date to request a grievance hearing is June 20, 2016 by 4:30 p.m.  It is your responsibility to call and make sure the listers have received it before the deadline.

FOR MORE INFORMATION, please click here.

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The Woodstock Economic Development Commission, charged with managing the allocation of funds received from the 1% local options tax, has established a decision making process and specific guidelines for awarding grants for Events and Community Projects.  These guidelines reflect the Commission’s interpretation of the article that was adopted at the Woodstock Town Meeting on March 3, 2015 and is subject to the approval of the Woodstock Selectboard.

For more information, click on the following:

Woodstock EDC Decision Making Guidelines

Woodstock EDC Sponsorship Guidelines

Woodstock EDC Event Sponsorship Program Rubric

Woodstock EDC Special Project Rubric

SELECT BOARD Presentation – Community Meeting (click here to review Powerpoint presentation)