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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.
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.
By Mike Faher, as seen on vtdigger.org: https://vtdigger.org/2016/10/14/vernon-eyes-vy-property/
VERNON — Town officials see an “amazing opportunity” in potential reuse of Vermont Yankee property, though it’s not the property some might initially have hoped for.
Several Vernon officials met late last month with Vermont Yankee administrators to talk about the potential for Entergy-owned parcels to figure into the town’s economic and community development plans.
By Wendy M. Levy, as seen in The Commons: http://www.commonsnews.org/site/site05/story.php?articleno=15690&page=1#...
VERNON—A group of locals trying to open a community café are so intent on meeting their goal, they won’t even let a lack of a storefront stop them.
Harry Hunt Architects is a Stowe Vermont-based architectural firm that designs modern low carbon homes that stay true to the spirit of Vermont. Projects may include renovations or new construction, commercial or residential, but they all have one thing in common – they use less energy for heating and cooling; drastically reducing carbon emissions.
By Chris Mays, as seen in the Brattleboro Reformer: http://www.reformer.com/latestnews/ci_30410266/vernon-committee-finds-in...
VERNON — A committee exploring the prospects for opening a community store has found an "interim" space in the lobby between town offices and the library.
"It's going to take a while to get funding and find a place," Annette Roydon, store committee chairwoman, said Tuesday.
Brighton brainstorming session Oct. 4: Event about the future of Brighton Town, Economy, and School also includes free community dinner
By Robin Smith, as seen in the Caledonian Record: http://www.caledonianrecord.com/news/local/brighton-brainstorming-session-encouraged-on-oct/article_9dca428b-fe04-5ace-972b-cebf74124bcf.html
BRIGHTON — The entire community around Island Pond is invited to kick off a Brighton community forum, a daylong event that begins the process of helping townspeople plan the town’s future.
Brighton / Island Pond Community Visit Program invites the full community together to set direction for the future
On October 4th 2016, all members of the Brighton/Island Pond community are invited to kick off the Brighton Community Visit process, an opportunity for residents to actively participate in examining issues, deciding their top priorities and developing concrete action plans for the future of the town.
All Vermonters know that the town has taken a hard blow with the decommissioning of Vermont Yankee. The closure has had direct economic impacts on jobs, employee relocations, declining home values, and lost taxes and fees to the town that support the school and essential community services. The dislocation has put tremendous pressure on everyone in town.