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Please join the Starksboro Planning Commission for
a public hearing on the draft Town Plan. 

 

The PC has been hard at work for more than a year and a half on this draft. This was not a major rewrite or revision, but rather an update that brings our town’s plan into compliance with State statute.

The draft can be found by following this link: 

Starksboro Town Plan – DRAFT for public hearing

 

The hearing will take place at the Robinson Elementary school’s multi-purpose room at 6:30 p.m.

Please review the plan ahead of time. If you need a paper copy, they will be available at the town clerk’s office upon request.

We welcome you to submit your questions and comments in advance of the hearing so we can have answers or more information available as needed. You can email your questions/comments to the Planning Commission via Rebecca Elder/Zoning Administrator. You can also send via mail to the town office at PO Box 91, Starksboro, VT 05487

Thank you for your interest in the plan! We look forward to seeing you in June.

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The Rabies Clinic is this Saturday, March 17th, from 9:00 – 11:00 am at the Starksboro Town Office. Dogs and Cats welcome. Proof of prior rabies necessary for a three year vaccination. $15 per animal.  Dr. Randy Ross, Vet. Town Clerk, Cheryl Estey, will be available to license dogs. Licensing fee – Spayed/Neutered = $9.00, Males / Females = $13.00.

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137 registered voters turned out for Starksboro’s Annual Town Meeting on March 3, 2018


All Articles on the Warning passed, with a change to Article 3. The final amount voted was $686,704. There was also a change to Article 9, being up to one-ton truck instead of 3/4 ton. The Meeting ended around 12:30.

Polls were open on Tues., March 6, 2018 from 7:00 am to 7:00 pm.

415 voters turned out to vote on the town and school district officers, Mt. Abe Bond Vote, Mt. Abe Supervisory District (5 towns) budget, and the Hannaford Career Center budget. These budgets add up to a total of $61,312,352 to be voted by the voters of the five towns.

Results of the votes:
Mt. Abraham Unified School District budget passed Yes, 1734; No, 1231
Mt. Abraham Union High School Bond vote failed No, 1785; Yes, 1196
Patricia Hannaford Technical School District passed

Town & School District Officers:
There was one contested race for Selectboard, 2 years. Results were:
Nancy Boss 169 votes
Eric Cota 188 votes
All other candidates on the ballot were voted into office.


Thank you to all who
helped make this election run so smoothly. Election Results March 2018

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The Town Report is now available. You can read the report here. It is a large file so may take a couple of minutes to load.

You can pick up a printed copy at the town office or call Cheryl to have one mailed to you.

2018 Town Report

 

This link will take you to the complete report. From there you can: read the file online, download a copy to your own computer, or print select pages.