The Town zoning board will hold a hearing on June 19 regarding the application for Circus Smirkus to locate a children’s camp in the Village. Information including the zoning application can be found on the Town of Greensboro website, https://www.greensborovt.org/
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The Vermont State Legislature has passed a bill in the final days of its 2013 calendar which exempts the Caspian Lake Public Beach from state taxes. This bill, which is a piece of legislation targeted at miscellaneous technical changes to the tax code, amended property tax law to include an exemption for parcels of land […]
Don’t miss Greensboro’s Independence Day festivities. Events include the Funky Fourth parade on July 6 beginning at 10:00 a.m., music and games in front of the town hall after the parade, the book sale at the Greensboro Free Library, the UCC chicken barbecue, (contact UCC for tickets, [email protected]) and the free Fireworks display at the Four […]
Click here to read the 2013 Spring Newsletter! Lots of news and information about upcoming events in Greensboro. Thank you to Niall Kirkwood, our Newsletter Editor.
Water Pipe Replacement Project Greensboro’s Fire District #1 (FD#1 water department) has been required by the state to replace most of its delivery pipes because of massive leaking in the system. That $3 million project is now underway. Just to complicate matters FD#1 has also had to drill a new expensive well this winter. We […]
5K Run 5K Walk 6.8 mile loop…something for everyone! Join us on July 27 for a morning of community support for Greensboro’s natural treasure: Caspian Lake! Proceeds from the run this year will go toward the Greensboro Association’s Lake Protection Fund in 2013. The primary aim of the fund is to provide milfoil and other […]
The 2013 Summer season will be busy with the upcoming Water Line Project. Click here for updates and information about the project on the official town of Greensboro website.
Ice Out on Caspian Lake was declared as Saturday, April 27, 2013, three days later than the long term average of April 24. Thanks to Andy Dales for this update!
By a vote of 123 to 34, the $920,000 bond to build the new Firehouse at the corner of Breezy Avenue and Hardwick Street was approved at the 2013 Greensboro Town Meeting. The new site is directly across from the Ball field at the Four Corners and will replace the current 1800’s vintage Firehouse on Breezy Avenue. […]
The Greensboro Association has sent a letter to the Greensboro Select Board supporting their efforts to come up with an equitable, community based solution which maintains local control of the Caspian Public Beach and importantly, does not change the use of the beach to all area residents. Copies of this letter, which was drafted in […]
Runners and walkers both young and old, ages 7 to 88, gathered at the ball field on Saturday, July 28 for the inaugural Caspian Challenge. Many participants recalled the Caspian Run Around event held years ago and were eager to renew a tradition here in Greensboro. Others were looking forward to a fun race in […]
Thank you for your interest in the run on Saturday. Click on the links below for the results. A disclaimer, though, “We did the best we could recording results of the many runners that showed up and we apologize for any result errors. Thank you for your support of a fun community event and come […]
The Sky Lantern launch on Caspian was memorable, beautiful, and well attended. Lanterns went up from many points around the lake, but the majority were launched from the Public Beach. A fleet of floating lanterns were also launched from the North End of the lake, creating a beautiful tableau. For photos go […]
Greensboro Association Caspian Challenge 5K Walk/Run Loop the Lake Saturday, June 28 For further information and to register
The 2012 Community Calendar or Green Sheet is complete! A printable calendar for the summer including on-going and special events. Be sure to also check the calendar page for additions or changes.
LA Times: Vermont Travel Wallace Stegner is known for his depictions of the American West, but he spent summers contemplating and writing in neighborly Greensboro. By Mike Ives, Special to the Los Angeles Times April 8, 2012 Greensboro, Vt. —— Wallace Stegner wrote books about the American and Canadian West, so it’s understandable that people […]
Come join the fun at Craftsbury Community Care Center’s annual Sugar on Snow Party on Saturday, March 31st , 2 to 4 PM. Everyone is welcome and admission is free. In addition to fabulous maple syrup over fresh snow, there will be a Chinese auction of delicious baked goods. This year’s raffle features a beautiful […]
It was announced today that the Highland Lodge is closing its doors effectively immediately. The immediate cause according to the press release is “a bad economy combined with an innkeeping format which is no longer sustainable in today’s tourism climate.” The decision, which has been under consideration for some time, was made with […]
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- Virtual Public Meeting Video Available: Greensboro Watershed Water Quality Trends, Fish Biology Trends, & Opportunities for Increased Protection of Public WatersOctober 22, 2020 - 8:00 am
- High Speed Internet Connectivity in GreensboroSeptember 16, 2020 - 9:29 am
- The 2020 GA Annual Meeting will be held August 6 at 4pmAugust 2, 2020 - 5:09 pm
- Results: 2020 Caspian ChallengeJuly 28, 2020 - 7:33 pm
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