Public Review Meeting for West Street Town Property

by Middletown Springs on July 1, 2019

The Town has received a small grant from VTRANS to conduct a study of the feasibility of using the 577 West Street property (where we hold Large Waste Day) for some town functions: a highway garage, salt and sand storage, and/or the relocation of the transfer station. The Selectboard and other community members have been working with Craig Jewett of Otter Creek Engineering to develop alternative proposals to put Town functions at that site while still being environmentally responsible with regard to the adjoining Poultney River and its riparian corridor.

The Selectboard and Otter Creek Engineering will hold a public review meeting to discuss the alternatives under consideration at 6 pm on Thursday, July 11, at the Town Office. Come hear the ideas that are on the table for preserving the health of the river, improving the function of the highway department and transfer station, and remediating some of the environmental problems created by the current salt and transfer station conditions. We’d value your input as we take this important next step for our town.

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