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Hours: Monday (8 am - 7 pm), Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday (8 am - 3 pm), Friday - Closed
Listers Office Hours: Thursday, 9 am to 3 pm; other times by appointment or chance
TOWN FAIR ON MARCH 9
Want to participate in the community? Inspired by the discussion at Town Meeting? Looking for a volunteer activity? Come to the Huntington Town Fair at the Huntington Public Library on Sunday, March 9, noon to 2 pm, and see what opportunities are available. Representatives from Boards, Committees and volunteer groups will be available to answer questions.
TOWN MEETING DAY ELECTION RESULTS
Click here for results of Australian ballots and meeting.
The Annual Town Meeting Day Survey, produced by Senator Bill Doyle, is available in the Town Clerk's Office or download (click here). If you drop if off at the Clerk's Office or Beaudry's Store before Wednesday, March 12, it will go into a packet to be mailed to Senator Doyle.
OLGA HALLOCK AWARD
The Olga Hallock Award was presented today to Bob Spear, founder of the Birds of Vermont Museum (1987), the Vermont Chapter of the National Audubon Society (1964) and founder and first director of the Green Mountain Audubon Nature Center in Huntington. Bob was unable to attend the meeting, so Erin Talmage, BOV Museum Director, and Becky Cozzens, Museum Trustee, accepted the award on his behalf. Here is a picture of Bob Spear with the Olga Hallock Award. Congratulations.
TOWN REPORTS: Newsprint version was mailed to every Huntington household on February 14. Books are now available at the Town Clerk's Office.
DEVELOPMENT REVIEW BOARD (DRB)
The voters at Town Meeting passed Article 10 (moving to a DRB) and the Selectboard will soon be considering the next steps.
The Huntington Planning Commission held a Public Hearing on Monday, February 24, to take comment on the proposed changes to the town's regulations to change from a Zoning Board of Adjustment and Planning Commission to a Development Review Board and Planning Commission.
Click here to review proposed changes to the Huntington Zoning Regulations.
Click here to review proposed changes to the Subdivision Regulations.
CHALLENGE YOURSELF THIS WINTER. AMAZING PARK CHALLENGE
PLANET HUNTINGTON: PHOTO EXHIBIT OF PLACES RESIDENTS HAVE TRAVELLED
January, February and March Photo Exhibition at the Huntington Public Library. Photos wanted of places that aren't Huntington; accepted ongoingly. Drop off at the Library.
DOG REGISTRATIONS: The 2014 tags are now available: $18 or $12 spayed/neutered.