Please see the Woodbury Graded School document, dated November 5, 1993 in the “History” section of the Web Site for details.
February 19, 2019 6:00 PM Hardwick Elementary School Gym
Considering the recent snow storms that caused prolonged power outages in most of Woodbury, I thought it prudent to inform people of a program that can help those who are most affected by these outages.
For elders or people with physical or mental disabilities, such events can become life-threatening if they are prolonged and no one is available to help. The CARE Program (Citizen Assistance Registry for Emergencies), administered by the United Ways of Vermont, Vermont 211 and Enhanced 911, are working together to identify Vermont residents who would require special assistance in an emergency. Here’s the link: www.e911.vermont.gov/sites/e911/files/pdf/E911-CARE_Registration_Form.pdf
If you, or you know someone who would need special help in a crisis, please complete the linked form below and return it to Vermont 211. Vermont 211 PO Box 111 Essex Junction, VT 05453. (An online fillable form will be available soon)
Under the leadership of Diana Peduzzi, work at the old Woodbury Country Store began on Tuesday, October 30, 2018 with the excavation of approximately 70 cubic yards of contaminated soil at the site.
The impacted material that was removed from the excavation site and placed on polyethylene sheeting. Polyethylene sheeting was draped over the impacted material extending past the edges of the stockpile.
Washed stone was used to backfill the excavation to match the existing grade.
Load-out of the impacted material is scheduled to occur on Monday November 5, 2018 and the material will be sent to the Coventry, Vermont landfill.