Bulletin Board

Do not forget to register your dog this year –

due date is April 1 (which is a Saturday)

but we will accept registrations until Tuesday, April 4, 2017, without late fees.

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Click on the link below to view the results of the recent

Act 46 Survey taken by Plymouth Residents

Act 46 Survey Results

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Click on the link below to  view the Warning for the

Plymouth School District Vote to be held

Tuesday, April 18, 2017, at the Town Hall from 10:00 am to 7:00 pm

School Warning re-vote

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Memory Garden

 

Midge Tucker is creating a Memory Garden to be located on the front lawn of the Community Center.  It was primarily begun in memory of Eliza Ward, who loved the school, the children, the Historical Society, and the Town of Plymouth. 

There will be plantings of beautiful flowers, a bench on which to sit, and stones in the shape of bricks on which the name of our loved one who has passed can be engraved.   The cost is $25 for each brick, and they will be placed around the garden.  If you are interested in purchasing such a stone, please let Midge or the Town Clerk know.

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Warning

 

The legal voters of the Town of Plymouth are hereby Warned to vote at the Plymouth Municipal Building on Tuesday, April 18,  2017, for the purpose of voting by Australian Ballot to elect Town Officers for the ensuing  year(s):  Town Moderator, Town Clerk/Treasurer,  Selectman, Lister, Collector of Delinquent Taxes, Trustee of Public Funds, Cemetery Commissioner, Grand  Juror, Town Agent, School District Clerk/Treasurer, School District Moderator, and two School Directors.

Dated at Plymouth, Vermont, this 13th day of March 2017.

 

Ralph Michael, Chair

Lawrence Lynds

Russ Tonkin

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Annual Plymouth School District Meeting Minutes

Monday, March 6, 2017

Draft

Plymouth School District Minutes 3-6-17

Annual Town Meeting Minutes

Monday, March 6, 2017

Draft

Plymouth Annual Town Meeting 3-6-17

To our Registered Voters.

We have just been advised by the Office of the Secretary of State that the Town of Plymouth must close the polls at this time.

This is because of a violation of Statute 17, Section 2456.  

Therefore, it is with deep regret that the election today is considered null and void.

The Town of Plymouth will reschedule the local election.

posted 3/7/17

Route 100A Project

 

Natalie Boyle is the Project Outreach Coordinator  and has contacted our office with regards to the work being done on Route 100A.  She has suggested that you provide  her with your name and email address if you are interested in being put on her distribution list.  This means that whenever there is a project update or schedule change or any type of information on the project, she will send you an email.  She also mentioned that if anyone has any concerns and would like to talk further, she encourages you to call or email her at your convenience.

Her email is nboyle@gpinet.com and her cell number is 802-310-7822.

Notice

If you click on the link below, you will be able to view the Ballots for this coming election on

Tuesday, March 7, 2017.

sample ballot (2)

Dog Licenses

Please do not forget to license your dog by April 1, 2017.  It is a State of Vermont requirement; but even more than that, it provides us with an avenue to return your pet should he or she become lost.  It also helps the Town identify those animals that reside in Plymouth.

The cost for a license is $9 if your dog is neutered, and $13 if your dog is not neutered.  If you register your dog after April 1, there is a late fee:  $2 if your dog is neutered and $4 if your dog is not neutered.

Any questions, just give the Town Office a call – 672-3655.

Warning

The legal voters of the Town of Plymouth are hereby warned to meet at the Plymouth Municipal Building at 7:00 PM on Monday, March 6, 2017, to transact at that time business not involving voting by Australian Ballot or voting required by law by ballot. The polls will be open Tuesday, March 7, 2017, at the Plymouth Municipal Building from 10:00 AM to 7:00 PM for the purpose of voting by Australian Ballot. The business to be transacted will include:

Article 1. To elect Town Officers for the ensuing year(s) by Australian Ballot: Town Moderator, Town Clerk/Treasurer, Selectman, Lister, Collector of Delinquent Taxes, Trustee of Public Funds, Cemetery Commissioner, Grand Juror, Town Agent, School District Clerk/Treasurer, School District Moderator, and two School Directors.

Article 2. To see if the Town will vote $10,486.50 for Human Services to be allocated as follows:

A. Visiting Nurse Alliance $2,150.00
B. HCRS – Mental Health Services $ 568.00
C. Red Cross $ 250.00
D. Black River Senior Center $2,000.00
E. VT Center for Independent Living $ 175.00
F. Windsor County Partners $ 500.00
G. Green Mountain Eco. Dev. Corp. $ 308.50
H. Green Up Vermont $ 50.00
I. Black River Good Neighbors $ 300.00
J. Fletcher Memorial Library $1,200.00
K. Black River Area Community Coalition $ 500.00
L. VT Trails and Greenways $ 85.00
M. LPCTV $ 600.00
N. Tyson Library $ 500.00
O. Plymouth Historical Society $ 400.00
P. Plymouth Memory Tree $ 250.00
Q. Plymouth Press $ 50.00
R. VT Rural Fire Protection Task Force $ 100.00
S. Qttauquechee Health Foundation $ 200.00
T. Women’s Freedom Center $ 300.00

Article 3. To see if the Town will vote to raise $985,621 in taxes to pay estimated expenses in the amount of $1,271,821.

Article 4. To transact any other necessary and legal business.

Dated at Plymouth, Vermont, this 18th day of January 2017.
Ralph Michael, Chair

Lawrence Lynds

Russ Tonkin

Looks like Vermont will have a white Christmas! The Plymouth Historical Society wishes you a fun filled, safe holiday and all good things in the coming year.
Please consider becoming a member or renewing your membership for 2017. Five dollars per person affords you a membership for 2017 and supports the activities and mission of the Society. A donation of any amount is always gratefully received! The attached form accompanied by your check, made out to the Plymouth Historical Society, can be sent to the address at the top of the form or follow instructions on the form to pay with pay pal.
Our activities for 2017 include updating and expanding our website, completing and dedicating the memorial garden in front of the community center, erecting a permanent Community Center sign along Rt. 100, rotating exhibits, adding new artifacts to the museum, cataloging and digitizing the entire collection for online research and access and a new and exciting program for the fall.
The debut of the documentary film, “Irene: Ruin to Renewal,” focusing on Plymouth, was a huge success. If you are looking for a last minute Christmas gift, DVDs are available for $10 at the Plymouth Town Hall, Monday through Thursday between 8 am and 4 pm. If you would like one shipped, contact Betsy Tonkin at 802-672-3179 or tbone6547@aol.com to complete your order.
Thank you for your support. Keep in touch by watching our website (plymouthvermonthistoricalsociety.org) and face book page. The museum will reopen in May but is always available for visits by prior arrangement.
Betsy Tonkin
Plymouth Vt. Historical Society

2017-membership-form

Route 100A Update

Work on Route 100A has begun, and will continue as long as the weather allows.

There will be one-way traffic (with flaggers) during work hours; two-way traffic during non-work hours.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

The 2016 Preliminary Reappraisal Market Values for the Town of Plymouth is available.

 Please click on the link below to view by name.

(If you would like a copy, please call the Town Clerk at 802-672-3655 or email her at clerk@plymouthvt.org.)

Plymouth 2016 Preliminary Reappraisal

 

Please click on the link below to view by street name.

Plymouth 2016 Preliminary Reappraisal.2

 

 

 

Click on the item below to view the ballots for the Republican Party, the Democratic Party, and the Progressive Party Ballots – The election will be at the Municipal Building, 68 Town Office Road, Plymouth, on Tuesday, August 9, 2016, from 10:00 am to 7:00 pm.

August Primary Ballots

 

 

 

 

Just to remind our residents that the Fast Trash Program will close June 30, 2016.

Click on the link below to obtain further information from Able Waste Management.

ABLE

 

 

 

 

 

Dear Valued Customers,

Thank you for your continued business. Effective 4/4/16, to better serve you, we are going to be moving your waste pick-up day from Tuesday to Monday. Our driver will be picking up your waste in the mornings, please make sure your waste is out by 7am for pick up. Then, continuing with the Town of Plymouth’s every other week recycling schedule, we will return in the afternoon of your regularly scheduled Monday to pick up recycling. If you have any questions regarding this or your waste/recycling schedule or services, please feel free to give us a call at 802-672-3569. We look forward to continue handling all your waste service needs. Thank you again for your continued business and understanding on this matter.

Sincerely,
ABLE Waste Management Team

 

 

 

The Town Recycling pickup schedule is as follows: 

The first pick up will be November 2, 2015 on the South end of Plymouth, then every other Monday after that. The South End Portion is GREEN on the Map in the Link Below

 

The first pick up for the North section of Plymouth will start November 9, 2015, then every other Monday after that. The North End Portion is ORANGE on the Map in the Link Below.

 

CLICK LINK BELOW

Recycling Map

 

 

*NEW RECYCLING INFORMATION*

CLICK LINK BELOW

ABLE Waste Recycling