Green Mountain Power crews will interrupt electric service to 450 customers in Moretown early Sunday morning, September 17, for Green Mountain Power to make updates to improve customer reliability. The outage is
Judge John Pacht sentenced Jeremy Champney, 20, Moretown, to 90 days of house arrest, 200 hours of community service and two years of probation for his role in failing to call for help for 19-year-old Lily Stilwell,
In early July a virus hit the Moretown town office computer, but luckily nothing was taken and they only had to pay for backups.
The virus came through an email that was disguised as a message from the United
VTrans will hold a public forum to present its finding on the status of the bridge over the Mad River on Route 100B at the southern end of Moretown Village next month.
The bridge has been limited to one-way
After a huge uptick of break-ins in the Mad River Valley, the Vermont State Police are going to pursue a new, nonconventional way of policing The Valley, something they have tried and used with success in the town of
While many people believe that a vote in this year’s presidential election is a waste of a ballot, that is certainly not the case for the upcoming revote in Moretown.
Moretown wants to encourage as many voters as
The Moretown Select Board believes it’s losing out on valuable tax dollars each year and is trying to take a step to
Moretown wants to encourage as many voters as possible to participate in the October 11 revote, which will decide whether to give the select board the power to appoint a delinquent tax collector.
Seventeen of the 22 people who should have received a letter from Moretown outlining how to apply for abatement of property tax late fees did not receive the letter.
During a public hearing last month, the
The Big Picture Theater in Waitsfield will host The Valley Reporter/Mad River Valley Television candidate forum next month.
The debate takes place on October 18 from 6 to 8:30 p.m. People will be able to ask
It took several days, lots of volunteers, a donated box truck and lots of hard work, but Waitsfield’s town employees are ensconced in and working from the town’s newly and nearly completed town office. The scene was
There will be a revote in Moretown on the question of how the town’s delinquent tax collector should be selected.
On August 8, Moretown voters, by a vote of 230-178, opted to give up their power to elect the
Moretown attorney Sheila Getzinger made a strong case for Moretown’s board of abatement to waive the late property tax penalties and interest for some 23 taxpayers who failed to get their taxes to the town treasurer on
Two hundred thirty of Moretown’s 1,375 registered voters gave the power to select a delinquent tax collector to the select board in Tuesday’s primary election.
Article 5 of the special articles voted on during
On Thursday, August 4, the Vermont River Conservancy and Moretown celebrated the planting of the new Arthur Buck River Access Park and they dedicated the conserved land to the late Craig Elwell. The park is located on
On August 9, Moretown voters will have more to decide than just their gubernatorial nominees.
The Moretown Select Board wants the right to appoint the town’s delinquent tax collector, a responsibility that is
Town office buildings in both Waitsfield and Moretown have expected completion dates of July 15.
In Waitsfield, the original contract called for completion by June 30, but the date has been extended to July 15
Members of the Moretown Select Board asked member Jason Aronowitz to resign last Monday, June 6, at their regular meeting.
In a public comment period, Eric Howes, a neighbor of Aronowitz on Hathaway Road, said
Last year, Moretown received a $375,000 grant from the Vermont Agency of Transportation (VTrans) in order to construct a sidewalk around a small bridge by the post office. The projected completion date was set for 2016,
Construction of the Moretown town office building is on schedule and may be completed by late June or early July.
Barnet-based company Ruggco Inc. began construction last fall after Maclay Architects of
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