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Brighton Community Visit Report - 2017

We completed our 3-month Community Visit process in Brighton. Read the Report and Action Plan. Community members identified 4 priority areas for future action: Advance a Brighton Recreation Program; Revitalize and Beautify the Downtown; Make Brighton an ATV Destination; and Support Business Growth and Economic Development. Visit http://vtrural.org/town/brighton for stories and news about our work with Brighton.

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Community Profiles

UVM's Center for Rural Studies prepares Community Profiles for us to share with our Visiting Resourse Team members in advance of our Community Visit processes. These profiles, compiled from US Census Data and other data sources, include demographic and economic trends about a community and its residents in a number of indicator areas such as civics, population, demographics, income, poverty, economy, jobs and labor force, education, housing, and transportation.

VCRD Job Opening: Climate Economy Model Communities Program Director

The Vermont Council on Rural Development is seeking a “Climate Economy Model Communities Program Director” to help Vermont communities advance economic opportunities while reducing their local carbon footprint. The Director will develop and coordinate services in at least two Vermont communities annually through a structured process that engages all residents and builds partnerships for implementation, as well as assist in fund development to ensure program sustainability.

Brighton Community to Set Priorities for Action on November 3rd

All members of the Brighton Community are invited to participate in the second phase of the Vermont Council on Rural Development’s (VCRD) Community Visit to the Town of Brighton. The meeting, to be held on Thursday, November 3rd 5:30-9pm at the Brighton Elementary School, will follow up on the initial session held in October, which drew over 120 community members.

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