260 Chittenden Road
Town Clerk: Roberta Janoski
Town Treasurer: Roberta Janoski
Delinquent Tax Collector: Roberta Janoski
Assistant Town Clerk: Sarah Cochrane
Town Office Hours
Mon/Tue/Wed/Thur: 9:00am - 4:00pm
Warnings,Agendas, and Minutes
NOTE: These are unapproved minutes, subject to amendment and/or approval at the subsequent meeting.
(Transfer Station News)
News Release: The Rutland County Solid Waste Alliance Communities (SWAC) - the towns of Benson, Chittenden, Fair Haven, Middletown Springs, Pawlet, Rutland Town, Shrewsbury, Sudbury, Tinmouth, and West Haven is rewriting its Solid Waste Implementation Plan (SWIP) to comply with the State of Vermont’s Materials Management Plan (MMP). The MMP contains performance standards, including those focused on implementing Act 148 (Vermont’s universal recycling and composting law), that each solid waste entity must meet to achieve the following goals:
- Prevent waste from being generated.
- Promote sustainable materials management, with a preference for highest and best uses.
- Minimize reliance on waste disposal (landfilling and incineration).
- Conserve resources, minimize energy consumption, and reduce greenhouse gas emissions and other adverse environmental impacts
SWAC’s plan will include information on how various waste streams are managed in the Solid Waste Alliance Communities; how members are and will be educated on waste prevention, reduction, and proper disposal; and how SWAC will meet the performance standards in the MMP.
Information on the current Solid Waste Implementation Plan and the draft of the new Plan can be found at www.rutlandcountyswac.org/SWAC%20webpages/Solid%20Waste%20Plan.htm.
Before the SWIP is finalized, we would like to get some feedback on the plan from members of the Rutland County Solid Waste Alliance Communities residents, businesses, and stakeholders.
Here’s how you can weigh in on the new Solid Waste Implementation Plan. Please submit your comments in writing (email@example.com). Comments will be accepted until the SWAC Board adopts the final, State-approved draft in early 2015. Please check website for updates.
One public meeting has been scheduled for May 7, at 6:00 p.m. in the Rutland Town Offices. A second public meeting will be scheduled for early 2015.
Contact Information: Pamela Clapp, SWAC Administrator, at 802-342-5701 and firstname.lastname@example.org.
"Act 148 Universal Recycling Law Effective July 1. 2015"
(16 Apr, 2015)
Blue Punch Card $10.00 allows (10) 13 gallon or smaller bags.
Orange Punch Card $22.50 allows (10) 33 gallon or smaller bags.
A valid Transfer Station Sticker is still required to purchase cards and use the Transfer Station.
TOWN OF CHITTENDEN, VERMONT
NOTICE OF PUBLIC HEARING
Monday September 16, 2015
3 Lower Middle Road
FOR THE PURPOSE OF ALLOWING INTERESTED PARTIES TO EXPRESS THEIR VIEWS ON THE
READOPTION OF THE CHITTENDEN TOWN PLAN
The existing town plan was last readopted on November 8th, 2010. Please find enclosed a copy of the 2015 rewrite of the town plan, proposed for readoption by the Chittenden Select Board in October. Copies of the proposed 2015 plan are also available at the Chittenden Town Office. Written and oral comments on this plan will be accepted at the public hearing.
Sections included in the 2015 Chittenden Town Plan:
Physical Characteristics of Chittenden
Public Facilities and Services
Private Facilities and Services
Natural and Historic Resources
Land Use Development
CHITTENDEN PLANNING COMMISSSION
and SELECTBOARD AGENDA
Monday, August 31st, 2015
Location: Chittenden Town Offices Bldg
Call Meeting to Order at 5:30
2. “Protecting River Corridors”, by John Broker Campbell,
Regional Floodplain Manager
3. Discussion regarding FY 2016 Municipal Planning Grant
4. Discussion with Elysa Smigielski on solar/wind sites
5. Public Comment and Discussion Period
6. Any other business to come before the commission
7. Adjourn Meeting