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Windham Region to release Comprehensive Plan for Economic Development (CEDS) December 5th in Marlboro
Southeastern Vermont Economic Development Strategies (SeVEDS) has been compiling research and data, engaging the regions employers, municipalities and residents and working with national leading CEDS consultants ViTAL Economies to create a comprehensive plan for long term regional economic growth in Southeastern Vermont. That plan will become the regions federally recognized CEDS and will include 52 projects submitted from throughout the region. The CEDS will also serve as the regions blueprint for mitigating the economic impacts of the planned closure of Vermont Yankee in December 2014.
We need your help to improve the Town Website! We are excited to invite Marlboro community members to a Discussion that will help inform town’s website redevelopment. The discussion will be focused on learning from citizens about how the website can be more useful.
Please join us in this discussion that will take place at the Town Office Wednesday, December 11th at 7pm. Light refreshments will be provided. We look forward to gathering town feedback on how to redevelop our website in a way that will serve the community’s needs.
Front Porch Forum Now Active in Marlboro
Marlboro’s Front Porch Forum is already active with over 100 people signed on as local members. Neighbors have been sharing an abundant South Road grape harvest, looked for help stacking wood, and warned about a break-in on Ames Hill. This modern-day cross between community bulletin boards and virtual town greens is making it easy for neighbors to connect. It’s free. It’s local. And it’s friendly.
Visit FrontPorchForum.com to join in.
Because the service is moderated and real names accompany postings, the discussions remain civil, engaging, and relevant. In times of need, such as during and following natural disasters, a Front Porch Forum becomes even more powerful.
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