Community Impact and Environmental Protection

THE GREENSBORO ASSOCIATION

Community Impact and Environmental Protection

THE GREENSBORO ASSOCIATION

Important Greensboro Planning Commission Meeting on June 2

The Greensboro Planning Commission (GPC) has issued a formal notice that it will hold a public hearing on Wednesday, June 2, 2021 at 6:00 p.m. for the purpose of hearing public comment on the GPC’s proposed amendments to the Greensboro Zoning Bylaw. A copy of the GPC’s formal notice for its public hearing is posted on the […]

Sidewalk demonstration installation this weekend: we need your feedback!

In 2019, following a series of community meetings facilitated by the VT Council on Rural Development, Walkability and Bikeability was identified as a top priority for Greensboro.  As a result, the Greater Greensboro Report and Action Plan was drafted, the Walk/Bike task force was formed, and collaborative efforts began with area stakeholders.   On May 27, the […]

The Federation of Vermont Lakes and Ponds announces a seminar on “Phosphorus Pollution – A High Stakes Watershed Issue”

The Federation of Vermont Lakes and Ponds is pleased to announce that online registration for the 2021 virtual, online, and FREE Lake Seminar, scheduled for Friday, June 4, is now open.  The theme and title for this year’s seminar is “Phosphorus Pollution – A High Stakes Watershed Issue.” Because this year’s seminar is going virtual, […]

ZOOM INVITE–Shall we reclassify Greensboro’s lakes?

The Stewards of the Greensboro Watershed have announced a Zoom meeting for this Thursday, April 8 from 3-5pm regarding the possible reclassification of lakes in our area by the Vermont Agency of Natural Resources.  This includes Caspian Lake.  All interested are welcome to attend this meeting and learn more.  Christine Armstrong is one of the […]

Greensboro Police Contract Change Beginning July 1

Following the March meeting of the Greensboro Selectboard, it was announced that the Town of Greensboro has decided to sign a one-year contract with the Orleans County Sheriff’s Department.   This effectively moves general law enforcement services for Greensboro from the Hardwick Police Department to the Orleans County Sheriff’s Department under Sheriff Jennifer Harlow and […]

Greensboro Free Library Events on Friday, March 5: Chili and a Show!

AND Join us at 7 pm ONLINE for a Premiere Performance, brought to you by our own Greensboro Kids, produced by Kyle Gray. Tune in at 7 pm to TinyURL.com/GFLKids. This 30-minute show is free and open to the public- both near and far! Donations to the library will support youth programs. To Kyle and […]

Covid-19 Vaccines: Your Questions Answered

UPDATE:  A recording of this seminar is available on the Greensboro Town Website  www.greensborovt.org.  Dr. G. Richard Olds will host a zoom webinar on March 15, 2021 at 7:00 to share information about the COVID 19 vaccines. Dr. Olds is a physician, educator and expert on newly emerging infectious diseases. During his 30 year career […]

Greensboro Planning Commission Meeting | February 10

The Greensboro Planning Commission (GPC) is scheduled to hold its next regular monthly business meeting on Wednesday, February 10 at 5:00 p.m. via Zoom. The agenda includes discussion of the Short Term Rental bylaw proposal and the Extended Village Zoning District bylaw proposal. A new draft of the Short Term Rental bylaw was posted on the GPC […]

First Quarter Community Relief Fund Update Emergency Grants

The Greensboro Association’s Community Relief Fund has awarded seven pandemic-related emergency grants totaling $8,750 for the first quarter of 2021.  Recipients of the latest grants were Craftsbury Community Care Center, Hardwick Area Food Pantry,  Four Season Early Learning, Greensboro Nursing Home, Craftsbury Saplings, Greensboro Free Library and Wonder Arts. In keeping with Greensboro Association’s mission […]

Informational Meetings regarding Town Meeting

Informational Meetings regarding Town Meeting In order to prepare for this novel town meeting, the selectboard is hosting informational sessions on Zoom. The annual meeting will consist of an Australian ballot, very similar to national or state elections. The traditional in-person meeting will not take place this year. These meetings will include an explanation of […]

ZONING – GPC Meeting time change for January 13 meeting

The Greensboro Planning Commission (GPC) has moved the start time for their January 13 meeting to 3:30pm EST (not 5pm as previously announced).   The agenda and zoom link for the meeting has been published on the Town website at the following link under the heading “GPC Meeting Agendas and Minutes – 2021”. https://www.greensborovt.org/planning-commission/ This […]

How Does the Town of Greensboro Review and Approve Zoning Bylaws?

The Greensboro Association has received the following information to clarify the process of reviewing and approving new zoning bylaws in Greensboro.  This information has been prepared for the GA by the zoning administrator for the Town, Brett Stanciu.  Her contact details are below. Currently, there are four new zoning bylaws being considered – For more […]

December 19 UPDATE: New Short Term Rental Bylaw Proposal has changed

The Town of Greensboro’s Planning Commission (GPC) has posted four additional documents on the Town’s official website following our email earlier this week, one of which makes a significant change in the GPC’s proposed Short-Term Rental (STR) bylaw by removing the one week minimum rental period in favor of a new minimum rental period of […]

New Greensboro Zoning Proposals You Should Know About

The Town of Greensboro’s Planning Commission is proposing that the Town enact four significant new bylaws governing property use in Greensboro.  These four proposed bylaws have recently been posted on the Town’s official website https://www.greensborovt.org/planning-commission/under the subheading “GPC Meeting Supplemental Documents 2020”. The draft bylaws are subject to further revision by the Planning Commission and […]

UNIVERSAL QUARANTINE MANDATED BY STATE OF VERMONT

With holidays approaching and COVID cases rising in Vermont and nationwide, the State of Vermont has issued a mandatory quarantine for anyone traveling into or returning to Vermont. Governor Scott notes that universal quarantine is particularly critical to observe as we approach the holiday season, as travel and indoor gatherings central to the season are the […]

Caspian Challenge: July 25, 2021

Caspian Challenge 2021
July 25, 2021
5K Fun Run | 6.8 Mile Lake Loop
Runners and Walkers Welcome
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