Monday, November 9, 2009

Community meeting Tueday night: Middlebury River in town stabilization

We have a community information meeting Tuesday night, concerning a proposal to help stabilize the Middlebury River as it passes through town.

From email:

The Selectboard of the Town of Ripton has scheduled an informational
meeting for November 17th 2009 at 7:00 P.M. in the Ripton Community House to
inform residents of the town about the project to stabilize the Middlebury River where it passes through the center of town.
The design of the project will be explained and comments from the residents will
be accepted and evaluated. The funding of the project will also be discussed
including the Grant that has been approved.

Any questions can be directed to the Clerk to the Selectboard (802) 388-3465.

Thank you,

The Selectboard of the Town of Ripton

Laureen Cox

Ronald Wimett

Richard Collitt


Anonymous said...

The north branch of the Middlebury River doesn't run through the center of town - it's the main branch. Then it splits at the Flower Bridge and the south branch begins. However, I believe the project is on the main branch section only. All the more reason for folks to come to the meeting and ask questions!

Sally Hoyler, Town Clerk

The Riptonites said...

Good catch, Sally. Just fixed - how does it look now?