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PUBLIC HEARING NOTICES

 

The Woodstock Select Board will hold a Remote Public Hearing per 24 V.S.A. §4384, on September 15, 2020, at 6:00PM to Adopt:

 

• The Amended Woodstock Town/Village Plan which includes the Education Chapter which has been rewritten.

 

• Town Zoning Regulation to Amend Section 110 Definitions; Section 301 Forest Reserve; Section 302 Residential 5-Acre to Amend and Add Section 535; Rural Retreat.

 

By order of Sally Miller, Planning Commission Chairperson

 

Copies can be viewed online at Town of Woodstock below, on the Town’s website or at the Planning & Zoning Office.

 

For more information call Town Planner, Neal Leitner at

(802) 457-7515 or email at nleitner@townofwoodstock.org

 

Link to Attachments:

 

 

PUBLIC HEARING NOTICE_SB_Amend Town Plan Educatin Chptr_Amend TZR Rural Retreats_posting copy_08142020

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NOTICE OF VACANCY
TOWN OF WOODSTOCK

A vacancy exists on the Economic Development Commission for the town of Woodstock. This is a three year position that will be appointed by the Woodstock Select Board. If you are interested in being considered for this vacancy, please write a letter of interest to:

Select Board
Town of Woodstock
PO Box 488
Woodstock VT 05091

Letters are due by September 21, 2020 to be considered.
All applicants must have attended at least one EDC meeting in order to be considered.
Please call the Municipal Manager’s Office at (802) 457-3456 with any questions.

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WOODSTOCK SELECT BOARD
BOARD OF VILLAGE TRUSTEES
AUGUST 13, 2020
6:00 PM
JOINT ZOOM MEETING
MEET & GREET THE MUNICIPAL MANAGER & TOWN PLANNER/ADMINISTRATIVE OFFICER
AGENDA

I. Introduction of William Kerbin, Municipal Manager

II. Introduction of Neil Leitner, Town Planner & Administrative Officer

III. Citizens Questions and Comments

*Quorum of either board may be present, but board members are not required to attend since no business is expected to occur.

This Meeting will be held on Zoom
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As a reminder, starting tomorrow, August 1, tickets will again be issued for meters not paid. Parking permits for the Mechanic Street parking lot will also start being enforced. Thank you!

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NOTICE OF VACANCY
VILLAGE OF WOODSTOCK

A vacancy exists on the Board of Village Trustees for the Village of Woodstock. The selected candidate will be appointed until Town Meeting 2021. If you are interested in being considered for this vacancy, please write a letter of interest to the Municipal Manager:

William Kerbin

Municipal Manager

PO Box 488

Woodstock VT 05091

 

Letters are due by August 10, 2020 to be considered.

Please call the Municipal Manager’s Office at (802) 457-3456 with any questions.

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MEETING NOTICE

 

BOARD OF ABATEMENT

THURSDAY, JULY 30, 2020 6:00 PM

IN THE TOWN HALL THEATER

 

BOARD OF CIVIL AUTHORITY

THURSDAY, JULY 30, 2020 6:15 PM

IN THE TOWN HALL THEATER

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At the Trustees meeting of July 14, 2020, it was decided that meters will not be enforced until August 1, 2020. Please be aware that starting August 1, tickets will again be issued for meters not paid. Parking permits for the Mechanic Street parking lot will also start being enforced on that date.

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RESOLUTION TOWN OF WOODSTOCK

Whereas, in May 2020 the Woodstock Select Board and Board of Village Trustees asked and recommended that all residents and visitors wear a face covering when entering stores and public buildings and carry a mask at all times to maintain safe interactions, and
Whereas, the Woodstock Board of Village Trustees has passed an Ordinance entitled COVID-19 EMERGENCY ORDINANCE WEARING FACE COVERINGS REQUIRED, and

Whereas, the Town of Woodstock Select Board supports the Village Trustees effort to protect residents and visitors and reduce the possibility of COVID-19 Spread in establishing COVID-19 Emergency Ordinance to Require Wearing a Face Mask or a Face Shield, and hereby extends this requirement to all business establishments located in the Town (outside the Village).
1. Commencing July 9th, municipal buildings and all establishments located in the Village of Woodstock that invite the public into their premises for the purpose of receiving services, purchasing products, or otherwise transacting business, shall require both staff and customers (or visitors) to wear face coverings or face shields over their nose and mouth while inside the establishment.
2. Outdoor requirements: A face mask or a face shield is required to be worn by any person on any Village owned public outdoor location in the Village including but not limited to Village sidewalks, The Village Green, Vail Field (excluding active sports activity), East End Park, Teagle’s Landing and Tribou Park.

Now therefore be it Resolved that The Select Board of the Town of Woodstock, with adoption of this resolution for the Town of Woodstock, stands in solidarity with the Board of Village Trustees and their passing of the ordinance with all exceptions and inclusions, for the same effective period, noted to be until the Woodstock Village Trustees amend, rescind or suspend their Order or until the Governor declares an end to the COVID-19 State of Emergency in Vermont, whichever occurs first.

Woodstock Select Board

Mary Riley
Jill Davies, John Doten
L. D. Sutherland, Jr., Keri Cole