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We will be updating this site on a regular basis and hope you will visit often to know about the happenings in Londonderry.
Seeking Bids for Plowing and Sanding Services at the Londonderry Transfer Station
The Town of Londonderry is seeking bids for contracted on demand plowing and sanding services at the Londonderry Transfer Station. The contract period will run from December 1, 2014 to the end of April, 2015.
Bids are due by the end of the business day on Friday, November 21, 2014 and the contract will be awarded on Monday, November 24th, 2014. Bids can be submitted by mail or in person at the Londonderry Town office at 100 Old School Street, South Londonderry, VT 05155.
Interested qualified bidders should contact Kevin Beattie, Londonderry Town Administrator, at the Londonderry Town Office, at 802-824-3356, or email@example.com for more detailed contract specifications.
Here is your chance to get involved in your community by contributing time and effort on several important projects that need your help in Londonderry.
First, we are hoping to form a BEAUTIFICATION COMMITTEE that will take on duties to help keep our town looking top-notch! Projects will include: installing the bridge flower boxes, maintaining the triangle flower garden at the intersection of Rts. 11 & 100, maintaining the Londonderry town welcome signs, and helping with the American flags that are hung along Rt. 11. Please contact Berthie Cowles at 824-3377 or by email for more information.
Second, we need helpers to transport deposit bottles and cans from the Transfer Station to Wayne’s Redemption Center. The monies received go to Londonderry Parks and the Flood Brook Athletic Association. Contact Kelly Pajala at 824-3356 or by email if you can lend a hand.
Third, we are looking for 3-5 person committee for a one year Community Resilience Organization project, working with the Town and the Windham Regional Commission, who will choose a hazard mitigation project identified in our Hazard Mitigation Plan, and work with the Town to implement it. Committee members should include representatives from the business community, social service organizations, fire and rescue, schools, highway personnel, and any other parts of the community who can contribute toward making Londonderry more resilient to natural disasters. More information is available by contacting Town Administrator Kevin Beattie at 824-3356 or by email. See more detailed information here CRO document
We need your help, please consider joining the many current volunteers in making Londonderry a GREAT community.
Notice of Year Around Parking Ordinance
On October 20, 2014, the Town of Londonderry Selectboard adopted an ordinance concerning parking within the town road right of way and the travelled portion of town highways, to take effect on December 19, 2014. This ordinance will supersede a winter parking ordinance dated 1979, which is still in effect until that date. A copy of the ordinance can be viewed here Signed new parking ordinance
Citizens wishing to contest this ordinance can do so by presenting a petition to the Londonderry Selectboard by December 3rd, 2014, containing signatures of 5% of the legally registered voters and requesting a town vote.
PROPERTY TAX PAYMENTS
You can now pay your property taxes by credit card, Echeck/Saving account through Xpress-pay. The cost to the person paying the bill will be the following: Credit card will be 2.85% of the transaction plus .28 cents and Echeck/Savings account will be a flat $2.50.
Things you will need: Name, Parcel ID, Street name, and amount of taxes. These can all be found on your property tax bill. Click here for the link to Xpress-pay.
If you have question, please call the town office at 824-3356 or email Treasurer Tina Labeau by clicking here.
OUR STATE REPRESENTATIVES
Please see the link below to reference a list of State Senators and our State Representative for Londonderry. This pdf contains contact information for each. Senator & Representative Information.
Beginning May 3rd the Londonderry Transfer Station will begin to accept food scraps as a step in complying with Act 148, the Universal Recycling Act. Please click here for an informational postcard and here for Vermont’s Guide to Composting Kitchen Scraps. New containers are now available for kitchen use to store food scraps.
See the flyer counter top pail.
THE LONDONDERRY MONTHLY
Click here to see the latest news and happenings in the October 2014 edition of the Londonderry Monthly. Links to earlier editions of the Londonderry Monthly can be found on this site by choosing the TOWN menu and then selecting NEWSLETTER.
New Transfer Station rates took affect on January 1, 2014. Please see the Recycling/Transfer station page for details.
See our new composting page and links to information about food scrap pails and what to compost by clicking here.
Last updated November 18, 2014