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These documents will be useful for the upcoming Water Customer Annual Meeting held in Town Center on May 22, 2018 starting at 6:00 pm.

AGENDA: May 22, 2018 Water Commission Annual Meeting

FY19 Water Budget – Final draft for 5-22-2018

FY19 Wastewater Budget – Final draft for 5-22-2018

2018 customers meeting presentation slides

Resolution setting water rates fy2018 (set in June, 2017)

Water rates memo 5-18-2018

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A Regional Concerns Meeting for the replacement of the US Route 2 bridge over Interstate 89 just east of the Richmond Fire Department will be held on Monday, June 11th, 2018 beginning at 7:00 PM at the Richmond Town Center Meeting Room, located at 203 Bridge Street in Richmond, VT.  The meeting will be held by the Vermont Agency of Transportation (VTrans) and the Town of Richmond.

The preferred alternative includes maintaining traffic on the existing structure while a new bridge is constructed off-alignment.

The intent of the meeting is to provide an overview of this project to Town Officials, local residents and businesses, emergency services and other interested parties. There will be a review of the existing site conditions, proposed work, and overall schedule followed by a question and answer period.  Representatives from both VTrans and the Town of Richmond will be available at the meeting to address public concerns about the project.

A copy of the Scoping Report for this project may be seen at the office of the Town Clerk in Richmond, Vermont or at the Structures Section of the Agency of Transportation’s office in Montpelier, Vermont.  An electronic copy is also available online at:

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UPDATED 5-11-2018 – Dugway Road is now OPEN


Dugway Road was hit hard by the storm on the evening of May 4th. To repair the damage, the culvert will be replaced and the retaining wall reset, and the gravel repaired. This will require a road closure of 3-4 days to complete, at roughly 1187 Dugway Road – near the RLT access. The road is closed as of May 8th at 9:00 AM and is expected to reopen by end of business on May 11th. If you have questions, you may call the Highway Garage at 434-2631.

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The Richmond Parade & Fireworks Committee held a public planning meeting a couple of weeks ago. The meeting was well attended and it seems like there is enough interest and volunteers to continue with the July 4th celebration in Richmond this year.

However, we still need many more volunteers to get involved and make a commitment to help out. Whether you would like to help out on the day of the event, or if you are able to help with planning ahead of time, any level of participation and time commitment is welcome.

For those of you who are interested but were unable to attend the meeting, we have set up an online signup form. If you have something to suggest or offer that isn’t on the sign up form, please add it in the comments. Please share the form with anyone you think might be interested in helping out:

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This page contains some useful information for Town Meeting.  Town Meeting will be held on Tuesday, March 6, 2018 in the Camels Hump Middle School Gymnasium on School Street.  Voting is open from 7:00 AM until 7:00 PM; Town Meeting starts at 9:00 am and ends when all articles are discussed and closed.

The mandatory Public Information Session for our 2 Australian Ballot Articles (Police Building and Bridge Street Water Bond) will be held at 7:00 PM on Monday, March 5, 2018 at Camels Hump Middle School.  You may contact the Town Manager at 434-5170, or email for more information.



FY19 Budget General Fund – Approved by SB 01-16-18 – for annual report 1-17-2018

Town of Richmond, Vermont – 2017 Audit Report

FY2019 Town Mtg Presentation FINAL 3-5-2018

Housing the Richmond Police Department FINAL 3-5-2018

Upper Bridge Street Public info session FINAL 3-6-2018

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The 2016-2017 Town Report is now online – you can download it here: Town_Report_2016-2017.  This report contains the proposed Municipal and School budgets as well as the sample ballots and annual reports from departments and organizations.  If you’d like a paper copy, you can print this report or pick one up at the Town Center building – call Linda Parent for more details at 434-2221.

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You are invited to a Candidate’s Forum to be held Tuesday February 6 at the Richmond Free Library. 7:00PM

The candidates for election on the Town Meeting Ballot are:

Moderator: 1 year Clint Buxton

Selectboard: 3 year Roger Brown / Mary Houle / Steve May (select only one)

Selectboard: 2 year Ian Bender / Christy Witters (select only one)

Cemetery Trustee: 5 years Spike Robinson

Library Trustee: 5 years Jana Brown / Kate Kreider (select only one)

Constable: 1 year Andy Squires

MMMUSD Director: 1 year Derek Miodownik

David Sunshine will be Moderator for the evening.

MMCTV will be broadcasting the forum.

Sponsored by MMCTV and Richmond Town Clerk’s Office

Any questions, please call Linda @ 434-2221

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Town of Richmond


As of January 1, 2018 there exists a vacancy on the Richmond Selectboard.  Per 24 V.S.A. Section 961, the Richmond Selectboard shall post notice of such vacancy prior to filling the position.  This vacancy is for a seat with an expiration of March 6, 2018 and will be filled as such until the election to be held on March 6, 2018.  The Selectboard intends to fill this vacancy at their meeting of January 16, 2018.  Persons interested in filling the vacancy shall respond in writing to the Town Manager, P.O. Box 285, Richmond, VT  05477 or email by January 11, 2018.  It is expected that interested persons will attend the January 16th meeting at 7:00 PM to answer questions related to their interest in the Selectboard vacancy.

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The new rewrite of the Richmond Town Plan is up!

The Planning Commission is having a public hearing on December 14, 2017 at 7:00 PM in Town Center – everyone is welcome to attend and provide your thoughts on the plan. The Town Plan website, which describes our outreach process and results, is here:

We want to see as many people as possible show up to this hearing! In January, we expect the Selectboard to also have a hearing but early input is extremely important.