Residents that would like to drop off Green Up items at the Regional Transfer Station on Gleason road must call them to set up an appointment: (802) 775-7209 x206. Requests will be reviewed on a case by case basis. All Regional Transfer Station users are required to show their permit upon entry to the facility. No household garbage is accepted in green bags for free. You must bring trash/litter picked up from illegal disposal contained in green bags in order to dump at no cost.
We would like to remind you of safe Green Up practices as well as Covid-19 precautions and requirements.
The following programs are on hold and not currently accepting materials: hazardous waste and scrap metal. If one finds tires or freon-containing appliances that have been illegally disposed of, and desires to bring them to the Regional Transfer Station please call (802) 775-7209 x206.
Thank you for your work to keep our state beautiful and green. Feel free to reach out with any questions/concerns.
The bid opening for the Mendon Informational Panels was 5/18/20 at 12 PM. Awesome Graphics is the apparent low bidder at $7,482.75. The Selectboard will be reviewing the proposals and accepting a bid at their Selectboard meeting on May 26th.
Planning Commission 05/04/2020
Mon, May 4, 2020 5:00 PM – 7:00 PM (EDT)
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Street sweeping will begin Monday May 4, 2020.
With so many closings and the Governor’s “stay home, stay safe” order, Green Up Vermont is unable to distribute Green Up Day supplies until the first week in May. Town coordinators will be communicating how people can pick up bags safely with social distance, along with plans for trash collection on May 30.
With Covid-19 and the precarious health situations in our world today, please use logical precautions and stay informed on what the Vermont Dept. of Health is recommending. Visit http://www.greenupvermont.org for information on safety, ways to communicate, and other fun information. Thank you to all who get out and Green Up to keep our state looking beautiful as we celebrate the 50th anniversary of Green Up Day.
An easy way to support Green Up Vermont is on line 23 of your Vermont Tax Form.
Dear Parents and Community Members
At RNESU, as distance learning continues, we are working hard to find ways to support our school community. We would like to ask for your input as we continue to make plans in response to COVID-19. Your voice will help us refine our plans to meet the needs in our community
To collect your input we are using a tool called Thoughtexchange. This tool asks you to answer one open ended question with as many responses as you like. Then you move on to the next step, called Star. In this step, you will see and rate the thoughts of others, assigning stars to each thought (from 1-5) depending on how strongly you agree or disagree with the idea, or how it resonates with you.
I am asking you for five minutes today and another five minutes tomorrow to help us plan our continued response to COVID-19 and how we can continue to support each other. You are welcome to log back on before the end of the survey to continue to rate new thoughts as they come in, if you would like.
Use this URL to participate https://my.thoughtexchange.com/423237708
The survey will remain open until April 24.
Thank you in advance for participating in this conversation.