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Parking Moratorium until May 31. Residents and employees will not need to feed the parking meters until May 31, 2020.

Registration for short-term rentals extended until June 30. Registrations were due by the end of May and so are now accepted until the end of June.

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Town Hall Municipal Manager’s Office

Property Tax FAQ

Updated 04/16/2020

1. Are property taxes still due on May 1, 2020?

a. Yes, they are still due on May 1st. If this changes, the townofwoodstock.org website and all other platforms will be used to inform residents and property owners.

2. Is penalty and interest going to be waived on property taxes like it was on sewer bills?

a. At this time, no decision has been made and penalty and interest will be assessed after May 1, 2020. If this changes, the townofwoodstock.org website and all other platforms will be used to inform residents and property owners.

3. How can I send in my property tax check?

a. Mail: Town of Woodstock, PO Box 488, Woodstock, VT 05091

b. Dropbox: There is a silver drop box in the lobby that is available during business hours for the Town Clerk. This box will be checked periodically throughout the day through Friday.

c. UPS/FedEx : Town of Woodstock, 31 The Green, Woodstock, VT 05091

4. How can I get a copy of my property tax bill? a. Email Beth Fish at bfish@townofwoodstock.org or call 802-457-3456 x2104 and leave a message and your call will be returned.

5. Can I get a receipt for my property tax payment?

a. Yes, please include the request with an email address or postal address with your payment and a receipt will be sent.

AT THIS TIME:

The Municipal Manager’s Office is working from home, so please use the contact information below to reach the person you would like to talk to. If you leave a voicemail, the person will return your call.

Zoie Parent, Human Resources, Staff Accountant, zparent@townofwoodstock.org Phone: 457-3456 x2106

Nicole Nourse, Administrative Assistant to Municipal Manager, nnourse@townofwoodstock.org Phone: 457-3456 x2101

Beth Fish, Accounts Receivable, Accounts Payable, Property/Sewer Taxes, Ambulance Billing, bfish@townofwoodstock.org

Phone: 457-3456 x2104

Bill Kerbin, Municipal Manager, wkerbin@townofwoodstock.org

Phone: 457-3456 x2103

Cell: 802-222-7727

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WARNING

VILLAGE OF WOODSTOCK

ANNUAL VILLAGE MEETING

June 9, 2020

 

 

 

The citizens of the Village of Woodstock, who are legal voters in the Village of Woodstock, Vermont, County of Windsor, are hereby warned to meet at the Town Hall on the 9th day of June 2020, at 7:00 A.M., continuing until 7:00 P.M., for the purpose of transacting during that time, voting by Australian ballot.

 

The citizens of the Village of Woodstock, who are legal voters in the Village of Woodstock, County of Windsor, State of Vermont, are hereby warned to meet at the Woodstock Town Hall in said Village on the 9th day of June, 2020 at 7:30 P.M. to act upon the following articles.

 

 

ARTICLE   1:                To elect Village officers for the ensuing year as required by law:

 

Moderator                                            1 year term

Clerk                                                    1 year term

Trustee                                                 3 year term (Australian Ballot)

Trustee                                                 2 year term (Australian Ballot)

Treasurer                                              1 year term

Trustee of Public Funds                      1 year term

Auditors (2)                                          1 year term

Fire Wardens (3)                                  1 year term

 

ARTICLE 2:                  To receive and act upon the reports of the Village officers.

 

ARTICLE 3:                  To fix the annual compensation for the elected Village officers.

 

Moderator                                             50.00 per meeting

Treasurer                                             1500.00 per year

Clerk                                                     400.00 per year

Trustees                                                750.00 per year

 

ARTICLE 4:                  To see if the Village will vote to collect the Village General taxes on real estate and all other taxes levied through the Treasurer under the provisions of Title 32 VSA, Chapter 133 and fix the date of payment as November 6, 2020 and May 7, 2021.

 

ARTICLE 5:                  To see if the Village will vote to authorize the Treasurer, with the

                                    approval of the Board of Trustees, to borrow money if necessary, in

anticipation of taxes for FY 2020-2021 to defray current expenses and

debt of the Village.

 

ARTICLE 6:                  To see if the Village will vote to appropriate the sum of One Million three

Hundred Twenty-Four Thousand Five Hundred Eighty-Five Dollars

($1,324,585) and raise by taxation the sum of Five Hundred Seventy-Four Thousand Eighty-Seven Dollars ($574,087) to pay the current expenses and debt of the village.

 

 

General Government                             $ 252,280

Boards & Agencies                                     102,300

Fire Department/STR Enforcement                  4,700

Village Highway                                              45,000

Village Police                                             919,305

Capital Reserve Spending                              1,000

 

Total                                        $ 1,324,585

 

                                         

ARTICLE VII:               To see if the Village will vote to appropriate and raise by taxation the sum of Five Thousand Dollars ($5,000.00) for the care and planting of trees.

 

ARTICLE VIII:              To see if the Village will vote to raise and appropriate from taxes the sum of Five Thousand Dollars ($5,000.00) for the purpose of Village beautification projects and seasonal decorations. This money to be spent at the discretion of the Board of Village Trustees.

 

ARTICLE IX:                To see if the Village will vote to appropriate the sum of Four Hundred Dollars ($400) for the purpose of paying the Trustee of Public Funds for services rendered, and approve such expenditure from income of the trust funds.

                                   

ARTICLE X:                 To see if the Village will vote to appropriate the sum of Four Hundred Dollars ($400) for the purpose of auditing the Public Trust Funds, and approve such expenditure from income of the trust fund.

 

ARTICLE XI:                To act on any other business that may legally come before the Village Meeting.

 

 

Dated at Woodstock, County of Windsor, State of Vermont this 11th day of February 2020.

 

 

 

BOARD OF TRUSTEES

 

 

Jeffrey Kahn, Chair

Antonina DiNatale

Cary Agin

Keri Cole

 

Donald R. Wheeler

Village Clerk

 

NOTICE TO VOTERS

 

 

 

Woodstock residents not on the voter checklist may register to vote at the Town Clerk’s office in the Town Hall.

 

Absentee ballots are available from the Town Clerk prior to 4:30 P.M. on June 8, 2020.  A voter, who expects to be an early or absentee voter, or an authorized person on behalf of such voter, may apply for an early voter absentee ballot until 4:30 P.M. or the closing of the Town Clerk’s office on the day preceding the election.

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The application period for the Fire/EMS career job posting is now open . Resumes are welcomed along with the application.

The deadline for applications is May 9th ,2020. Should you have questions contact Chief Green at 802-457-7517.

Applications are available at https://www.woodstockfire-ems.org/

Please return the application Via email to Davidgreen@townofwoodstock.org or mail them to :

Woodstock Fire Dept.

Attn Chief Green

454 Woodstock Rd

Woodstock VT, 05091

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Village Voters:
 Due to COVID-19, and wanting to keep everyone safe and well, the Village Vote and Annual Village Meeting scheduled for tomorrow March 17 will be postponed until April 21, 2020.
Thank you and we apologize for any inconvenience to our voters. Please contact the Municipal Managers Office at 457-3456 or by email at nnourse@townofwoodstock.org with questions or concerns.

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Dog License Renewal in the Town of Woodstock: The Town Clerk will waive the late fee for dog licenses until April 30. Further information will be posted at this site if the date needs to be revised.

Mary Riley, Assistant Clerk, Stay well and be safe.

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SCHOOL BOARD VACANCY

The Windsor Central Modified Unified Union School District has a Woodstock representative board seat vacancy to fill the term until the next WCMUUSD Annual District Meeting, 2021.

Interested persons should write a short letter of intent to:

Woodstock Town Select Board

P.O. Box 488

Woodstock, VT 05091

or email to municipalmanager@townofwoodstock.org

Deadline for the receipt of the letter is Friday, March 20, 2020.

Please be prepared to attend the April Woodstock Select Board meeting to be appointed. For more information, contact the Windsor Central Supervisory Union at 802-457-1213, or

Rayna Bishop, Exec. Asst., at rbishop@wcsu.net.

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                       Town Planner and Administrative Officer Vacancy

                                           

 

The Town and Village of Woodstock are looking for an organized, diplomatic, and collaborative individual to serve as Municipal Planner and Administrative Officer. The 40-hour per week position offers competitive pay and benefits with a chance to work in a world renowned historic and vibrant community on the cutting edge of Vermont’s planning and zoning efforts.

The Planning and Zoning Administrator is responsible for compliance with both Town and Village Zoning Regulations, creation of long-range land use planning, support of the following: Planning Commission, Conservation Commission, Design Review and Development Review Boards.

A bachelor’s degree in land use planning, public administration, legal studies, or similarly applicable discipline is required, a master’s degree and AICP qualified is preferred. Prior experience in local government is required. Starting pay would be based on experience and education.

Questions can be directed to Municipal Manager, at municipalmanager@townofwoodstock.org or (802) 457-3456. Please submit application materials electronically.

Position open until filled.  Applicants will be screened weekly with the first review on February 3, 2020.

 

Job Description and Town Employment Application Form are posted below:

 

Employment-Application

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