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A MESSAGE …
Dear Londonderry Community,
Since Town Meeting a number of issues have arisen that your Select Board and employees are confronting. We are working diligently to address them as quickly as possible and move forward. Unfortunately, solutions will not come as fast or as simply as we all would like. Information can be found in meeting minutes on this website and in articles on the Chester Telegraph website as well as GNAT.
One of our issues is being short handed in our road department. We ask for your caution and patience. As we transition from winter season to mud season there are going to be challenges. Our team is doing as much as possible.
We have posted job and Board openings elsewhere on this website and encourage qualified candidates to apply. Your next Select Board meeting is Monday, April 3 at 7 pm and we encourage your attendance. If I can answer questions or help in any way, please contact me.
Paul Gordon, Board Chairman
The Londonderry Select Board announces the following vacancies:
- Select Board member. It is the intent of the Board to appoint a replacement for the duration of the term that will expire March 6, 2018.
- Road Foreman. This is a full time position with benefits. CDL and experience are required. The job description can be found by clicking here. Questions can be directed to Road Commissioner Jim Ameden. A job application is available at the Town Office.
- Development Review Board member. Monthly meeting with a 7-member board and the Zoning Administrator reviewing and acting on applications related to Londonderry’s Zoning Bylaws. Questions can be directed to Co-chairman Esther Fishman.
Interested parties in filling any of these positions are asked to submit a letter of interest and/or resume to the Londonderry Select Board, 100 Old School St., South Londonderry, VT, 05155 by March 31, 2017. Questions may be directed to Board Chairman Paul Gordon.
STRUCTURAL ENGINEERING RFP
The Town of Londonderry is seeking bids for the structural engineering for a Salt/Sand shed to be built on the Prouty Land located at 4287 Rt. 100 in Londonderry.
The town will require 3 sets of blueprints with sufficient detail to allow for bidding on individual phases including concrete work, framing, roofing, and siding. Drawings must include a state stamp.
Sealed bids should be sent to the Town Office at the address listed above c/o Londonderry Select Board / Engineering Bid, or may be hand-delivered to the Town Clerk at that address. All bids must be received by 2:30 p.m. April 14, 2017.
There will be a pre-bid informational meeting at the Londonderry Town Office on April 7, 2017 at 10:00 AM. Questions may be directed to Board Chairman Paul Gordon at 802-824-5235 or by email at firstname.lastname@example.org
Thanks to all who attended Town Meeting on March 7. By attending and participating in the democratic process of governing our town, you are being actively involved in the election of your public servants and approving funding for town functions. You can find election results in the Monthly Newsletter and we encourage you to attend and participate in meetings of your boards, committees, and commissions.
GREEN UP DAY
We are seeking a volunteer or two to lead to Town’s efforts on Clean Up Day, May 6th. Please contact the Town Office at 824-3356 for more information.
All dogs must be registered on or before April 3, 2017. There will be extended office hours (8:30 – 5:00) on Friday March 31 and Monday April 3.
It is the position of the Select Board that residents of Londonderry can use reasonable amounts of town sand for use on private walkways and driveways. Sand is located at the town garage and a small amount at the transfer station. Commercial use is prohibited. Many surfaces remain very icy despite plowing, salting and sanding. PLEASE USE EXTREME CAUTION.
Summary reports from the Vermont State Police’s dedicated 25-hour service to the Town of Londonderry will be linked here for review. Services began March 7, 2016. Statistics shown on the summaries listed below include VSP services provided during both our 25 contracted hours AND regular VSP services to Londonderry.
Summary March 7-13, Summary March 14-20, Summary March 21-28, Summary March 28-April 2, Summary April 3 to April 11, Summary 4-11 to 4-17, Summary 4-18 to 4-24, Summary 4-25 to 5-1, Summary 5-2 to 5-8, Summary 5-9 to 5-15, Summary 5-16 to 5-22, Summary 5-23 to 5-29, Summary 5-30 to 6-5, Summary 6-6 to 6-12, Summary 6-13 to 6-19, Summary 6-20 to 6-26, Summary 6-27 to 7-4, Policing 7-4 to 7-10, Policing 7-11 to 7-17, Policing 7-18 to 7-24, Policing 7-25 to 7-31, Policing 8-1 to 8-8, Policing 8-9 to 8-15 (despite the incorrect date on the heading), Policing 8-15 to 8-21, Policing 8-22 to 8-28, Policing 8-29 to 9-4, Policing 9-5-to-9-11, Policing 9-12-to 9-18, Policing 9-19-to-9-25, Policing 9-26-to-10-2, Policing 10-3 to 10-9, Policing 10-10-to-10-16, Policing 10-17 to 10-23, Policing 10-24 to 10-30, Policing 10-31-to-11-6, Policing 11-7-to-11-13, Policing 11-14 to 11-20, Policing 11-21 to 11-27, Policing 11-28 to 12-4, Policing 12-5 to 12-11, Policing 12-12 to 12-18 (Revised), Policing 12-19 to 12-25, Policing 12-26 to 1-1, Policing 1-2 to 1-8, Policing 1-9 to 1-15, Policing 1-16 to 1-22, Policing 1-23 to 1-29, Policing 1-30 to 2-5, Policing 2-6 to 2-12, Policing 2-13 to 2-19, Policing 2-20 to 2-16.
THE LONDONDERRY MONTHLY
Click here to see the latest news and happenings in the March 2017 edition of the Londonderry Monthly. Links to earlier editions of the Londonderry Monthly can be found on this site by choosing the TOWN menu and then selecting NEWSLETTER.
Click the link below to see the flier for Londonderry’s Electronic Recycling Event Saturday May 13, 2017
Transfer Station and Recycling Center Hours:
Mon., Tue., Thur., Fri., Sat. 9 am – 4 pm; Sun. 10 am – 2 pm
COMPOSTING – See links to information about food scrap pails and what to compost by clicking here. Click here for an information and here for a guide to composting kitchen scraps.
RECYCLE INFORMATION – VERMONT SOLID WASTE BILL, Act 148
Act 148 Fact Sheet. See information here and here. Countertop pails are available for kitchen use. See flyer here.
Last updated March 27, 2017