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On Monday, June 8th over 200 people filled the Londonderry Town Hall to hear information from Vermont State Police concerning the recent suspicious fires and burglaries. Residents were informed that multiple agencies and resources are being employed to solve these crimes. Residents were also advised to be good neighbors and observe any suspicious activities. Report any information to the State Police at 875-2112 or call 911 in case of emergency. GNAT-TV recorded the meeting and it can be seen on cable channel 10 (9pm Sundays June 14 and June 21 and 10 am and 10 pm Thursdays June 18 and June 25) and via the internet here. Please see this brochure for helpful information provided by the VSP. Thank you Rep. Oliver Olsen for organizing this meeting.
RFP’s for Engineering Services
The Town of Londonderry is seeking engineering services for two projects, for survey and site design work on FEMA buyout properties at 2306 and 2331 North Main Street in Londonderry. To see the RFP’s, click here RFP for engineering services, 2306 and RFP for engineering services, 2331, Addendum One for 2331 North Main
For further information, please contact Kevin Beattie at 802-824-3356 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
THANK YOU, WANTASTIQUET ROTARY CLUB
Thanks to the great work of the Rotary Club the town has seen two beautification projects completed. Over 30 beautiful barrel planters have been placed throughout town. The information building at the Mountain Marketplace has a new paint job, is clean and has current information for visitors. The club and the Londonderry Beautification Committee were instrumental in purchasing and installing the American Flags throughout Londonderry prior to Memorial Day. Please consider making a donation to the club to continue the flower project for years to come. Send checks to: Wantastiquet Area Rotary Club, c/o Barbara Wells, 1211 Thompsonburg Rd., S. Londonderry VT 05155. Great work!
Beginning July 6th, Lowell Lake Road will be closed to through traffic to allow for a culvert replacement. Access for residents and visitors to Lowell Lake State Park will be via Little Pond and Mountain Lake Roads. Detour signs will be posted. Read the informational press release here.
The Mountain Valley Medical Clinic’s Board of Directors announce its Annual Meeting on Monday June 29, 2015 at 4:30 p.m. at the Twitchell Building (Londonderry Town Office) on Old School St. The public is invited and welcome to attend.
FLOOD BROOK SUMMER FOOD PROGRAM
A Summer Food Service Program supported by the VT Agency of Education and the USDA is available for anyone under the age of 18. Starting Monday June 29, Flood Brook School will be offering a FREE breakfast (Grab-n-Go) 8-8:30 and a FREE HOT LUNCH 12-12:30 Monday through Friday to anyone under the age of 18. The summer menu will be posted in the Roaring Tiger, and will soon be posted on the FBS website (www.floodbrook.org). Adults may eat as well for $3.75 per serving. Just stop by Flood Brook School and enjoy.
BUSINESS OWNERS — DID YOU KNOW?
You can have your Londonderry business listed on the BUSINESS page of this website for FREE! Email the webmaster with your name and phone number and it will be added to the list found on the LONDONDERRY VT BUSINESSES page found under COMMUNITY on the main menu bar. If you have a website, provide that address and we will make the link. Remember, it’s free!
THE LONDONDERRY MONTHLY
Click here to see the latest news and happenings in the June 2015 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.
Effective January 1, 2015. Transfer Station and Recycling Center Hours:
Mon., Tue., Thur., Fri., Sat. 9 am to 4 pm
Pilot program – Sun. 10 am to 2 pm
COMPOSTING – See our new composting page and links to information about food scrap pails and what to compost by clicking here. Please click here for an informational postcard and here for Vermont’s Guide to Composting Kitchen Scraps.
HAZARDOUS WASTE COLLECTION EVENT DAYS
First Saturday in June and First Saturday in October. More information here.
VERMONT SOLID WASTE BILL, Act 148 See the Act 148 Fact Sheet . Get more information here and here. Countertop pails are available for kitchen use. See flyer here.
The Londonderry Group has switched to Dual Stream Recycling. Dual Stream Info for details. See an informational video on the Recycling/Transfer page of this site.
By state law as of JULY 1, 2015
BANNED FROM THE LANDFILL AND MUST BE RECYCLED
Aluminum and steel cans
Aluminum foil and aluminum pie pans – clean please
Glass bottles and jars from foods and beverages
Plastics #1 and #2 (PET and HDPE resin types)
White and mixed paper
Newspaper, magazines, catalogues, paper mail, and envelopes
Box board – Cereal boxes and such but not the inserts
Last updated June 29, 2015