News and Notes September
Regional Housing Bylaw Survey
GMP Webinar on EVs - Recording Available
Button Up Vermont Webinar | Oct. 21st at 5:30PM
Housing Summit in Arlington | Oct. 13 from 9AM-3:30PM
Bennington Electric Vehicle Show | Sept. 25th at 10:00AM
Manchester Electric Drive-In | Sept. 25th at 10:00AM
Recording: Knowledge Bites: ARPA Update
Storymap: Sidewalks of Bennington County, VT
Storymap: Zoning Bylaw Nonconformance
Energizer Reuse Plan Public Meeting - Recording Available
Village of Manchester Connectivity and Land Use Study
Land Use Basics Training Recording from April 29, 2021
Join CoCoRaHS and report on the weather in your community
Town Officer Education Conference | several dates offered
Trolley Line Path Scoping Study
NeighborWorks Re-Housing Recovery Program
Bennington LUDR Revisions - Video and Standards
Vermont Emergency Economic Recovery Grant Information
Putnam Block redevelopment
The Putnam Block Redevelopment will revitalize downtown Bennington with vibrant, mixed-use spaces. There will be office, residential, restaurant, retail spaces and open space areas. The location of the project is in downtown Bennington and includes the former Hotel Putnam, several adjacent historical buildings, and the former H. Greenburg & Son hardware store property.
The Ninja Path will provide a safe and comfortable walking, biking, and running route from Bennington College to Downtown Bennington, with connections to destinations in between. Phase 1 (completed) is a 12-foot wide, paved, multi-use path connecting the Bennington College entrance to Hannaford Plaza. Phase II (completed) is an interim dirt path connecting the end of the Phase I path to the Hicks Avenue Pedestrian Bridge. Phase III will be a paved path from Hannaford to Harmon Road, which will include a bridge across Furnace Brook.
Wish to work with BCRC? RFQs and other bids are posted on the news page.
Local Emergency Management Plans Due May 1st
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Public hearing notices and other important announcements are listed on the news page.
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