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Londonderry Town Meeting Update
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LONDONDERRY CEMETERIES WILL OPEN MAY 1
The Cemetery Commission of the Town of Londonderry would like the public to know that the Londonderry Cemeteries will open on May 1. Clean-up of the Cemeteries by the Cemetery caretakers will begin immediately. To that end, please remove all decorations that have been added to the cemeteries over the winter. Any winter decoration items remaining on cemetery plots on May 1 will be removed and disposed of. The Cemetery Commission thanks everyone for their cooperation in this matter.
As a reminder, plantings in the cemetery are not allowed. Also, if anyone is aware of a veteran who is buried in one of the Londonderry Cemeteries and does not have the proper armed forces/veteran marker and flag, please alert the Londonderry Town offices and the Cemetery Commission will see that that is attended to.
Again, thank you for your cooperation and assistance.
Londonderry Cemetery Commission
From the Selectboard – Wear a Mask!!
July 15, 2020 – The Londonderry Selectboard has passed an Emergency Order (Click HERE) requiring the wearing of protective face coverings. In response to the COVID-19 pandemic and in order to protect public health, all establishments located in the Town of Londonderry that invite the public into their premises for the purpose of transacting business, shall require both staff and customers (or visitors) to wear cloth face coverings or face shields over their nose and mouth while inside the building of the establishment.
Exceptions are as follows:
- Cloth face coverings or face shields are not required to be worn by any employee during the time they are eating or exercising, and cloth face coverings or face shields are not required to be worn by any customer (visitor) during the time they are eating or exercising.
- Employees in a private room, such as an office, inside a building that is not otherwise occupied by another employee or customers (visitors) may abstain from wearing a face covering while alone in that private room.
- Cloth face coverings should not be placed on young children under age 5; anyone who has trouble breathing; or anyone who is unconscious, incapacitated or otherwise unable to remove the mask without assistance.
A notice to post at your business can be found HERE. Thank you for your cooperation!!
Town Clerk’s Office Update 6.2.2020
Per the Governor’s most recent Order, Addendum 16, the Town Clerk’s Office is updating our operational procedures to make appointments for researchers to access the vault during all of our regular office hours: M, T, TH, F 8:30-4 and Wed 10-5.
All other health and safety guidelines remain in place. Our Office will continue to do most of our business over email, the phone and using the pickup/drop off window. Please call 802 824 3356 to make an appointment before coming to the office. We will ask you to estimate the amount of time you will need in the vault so we can make multiple appointments in one day. You will be required to wear a mask to enter the office and use hand sanitizer. We will continue using the backdoor to the office. Please knock on the door when you arrive, and we will let you in. We will wipe down the public computer, copier and tabletop workspace between appointments.
Thank you all for your patience while we have worked through this difficult time.
Stay Safe and Healthy,
Kelly Pajala, Town Clerk
P.S. Dog license renewal for 2021 has begun! Neutered/spayed dogs are $9.00. Intact dogs are $13.00. The Due date is April 1st. Late fees will be applied on April 2nd. You can use the postal service, stop at the pick up window or pay via the express pay link below. If you have a new rabies certificate we will need a copy of it.
Limited essential municipal services are available, and if you need assistance, please call 802-824-3356.
- For Copies of Vital Records (Birth, Marriage, Death) please call.
- For Copies of your Tax Bill – email firstname.lastname@example.org
- For Zoning matters – email email@example.com. Recently issued permits can be found HERE.
- All meetings of public bodies (Selectboard, DRB, etc.) are being held entirely on-line with no physical presence – meeting agendas with access information can be found HERE.
- For TRANSFER STATION service notices, scroll to the bottom of this page
You may order any of the following by mail or by filling out the order form found here Order Form and enclose a check and drop in the back-door slot or mail. Or order by Credit or Echeck Here (Orders will be mailed to the address used to process your credit card or Echeck.)
- Transfer Station Punch Cards ($10 for 5 punches. $20 for 10 punches)
- Transfer Station Permits ($10)
- Dog Licenses – $9.00 for neutered/spayed dogs. $13.00 for intact dogs. Provide current rabies certificate if last years was expired. (Call if you are not sure about the status of your rabies certificate. 824-3356)
Click HERE for Latest from Local Emergency Management or email: MountainTownsvirtualEOC@gmail.com.
Vermont Governor Phil Scott’s Executive Orders can be found HERE
Vermont Department of Health’s website: https://www.healthvermont.gov/response/infectious-disease/2019-novel-coronavirus
Vermont Emergency Management’s website: https://vem.vermont.gov/
REQUEST FOR PROPOSALS – The Town is seeking proposals for the preparation of a Main Street Study and Master Plan for the North Village Center – The RFP document is HERE and proposals are due on May 5, 2021.
INVITATION TO BID – The Town is seeking bids to repair and resurface the tennis court at Pingree Park. The ITB is HERE and bids are due on May 17, 2021.
INVITATION TO BID – The Town is seeking bids for the restoration of the historic Londonderry Town Hall. The ITB is below, as are all related reference documents, and bids are due on May 17, 2021:
- Engineering Ventures PC – Structural Review Report 2021-01-15
- KAS – Pre-Renovation Asbestos Report 2020-07-07
- KAS – Mold Interior Air Quality Report 2020-07-07
- BVH – Field Report 2020-07-23
- Cole Drawing A-2 ADA Ramp Rev. 1 2017-09-18
- HBI VT – SKS – ADA Ramps 2-17-08-29
- Secretary of Interior Standards for Treatment of Historic Properties
- National Parks Service Preservation Briefs & Technical Preservation
COMMUNITY WASTEWATER STUDY – See the Planning Commission Home Page
Click HERE for Volunteer Opportunities, Board & Committee Vacancies
EMERGENCY NUMBER: 911
For non-emergencies call the Vermont State Police Westminster Barracks: 802-722-4600.
THE LONDONDERRY MONTHLY
Click to see the latest news and happenings in the March 2020
We have added MailChimp as our method for distributing information to our town email list and will be using it to send the monthly newsletter.
Links to earlier editions of the Londonderry Monthly can be found on this site by choosing the TOWN menu and then selecting NEWSLETTER.
** TRANSFER STATION **
Transfer Station Recycling Center Hours: Mon., Tue., Thur., Fri., Sat. 9 am – 4 pm; Sun. 12 pm – 4 pm.
Closed on the following Holidays:
New Year’s Day, MLK Day, President’s Day, Town Meeting Day, Easter Sunday, Memorial Day, July 4th, Labor Day, Veteran’s Day, Thanksgiving Day, Christmas Day
TRANSFER STATION ALERTS!
The Londonderry Transfer Station is accepting Trash, Recyclables, Food Scraps, Construction and Demolition Waste and Leaf and Yard Waste.
- State Guidelines on use of Solid Waste facilities are HERE
- The Take It or Leave it Shed is Closed.
- Annual Stickers and Punch Cards can be purchased by credit card or echeck by clicking this link: https://pay.xpress-pay.com/org/D6F2CEAF94204A6 These will be mailed to the address you provide, if you have special instructions – please email firstname.lastname@example.org.
Transfer Station Punch Cards – $10 for five punches/ $20 for ten punches
Transfer Station Yearly Permits – $10 each
- Compost Bins order form 2020
Last updated March 24,2020