Winter Sand Bid Notice

Town of Woodbury
Winter Sand for Three (3) Winter Seasons
(10,000 Total Cubic Yards)

The Town of Woodbury is soliciting bids for 10,000 cubic yards of Winter Sand over the next three years – 2,000 yards for 2022-23, and 4,000 yards for each of the 2023-24 and 2024-2025 winter seasons. The Bid document is available at the Woodbury Town Office, 1672 Vermont Route 14 Woodbury, Vermont Monday-Thursday 9:00Am-1:00PM or electronically at the town web site under “Records/Requests for Proposals”.  Questions contact or call 802-456-7051.

Bids are to be submitted in a sealed envelope, clearly marked “Bid for Winter Sand” and delivered in person or by U.S. Mail. No faxes or emails will be accepted.

Bids are due no later than 12:00 – Noon on July 7, 2022

Bids will be opened at the Woodbury Town Office during the July 11, 2022 Select Board Meeting which starts at 6:00 PM

Town Meeting Survey


Woodbury’s Select Board has appointed a committee to look into how to improve our Town Meeting / Elections / Voting. We are conducting a survey to gather your thoughts. It’s short – takes 5-10 minutes to complete – and we’d greatly appreciate your participation.

The survey is online at

If you prefer a paper version of the survey, please pick it up at the town office, one for each Woodbury voter in your household. Or call the town office at (802) 456-7051 to have it mailed to you. Thank you!

— Woodbury Town Meeting Solutions Committee

Town Positions To Be Filled

The Town of Woodbury is looking for interested, qualified volunteers to fill a number of important positions in town government.

Planning Commission ( four year term) Our Planning Commission has just completed the first new town plan in many years, and now has a list of projects waiting to be tackled, including an update of the Zoning Ordinance. You can review a copy of the Town Plan on the town web site

Zoning Board of Adjustment (3 year term) This quasi-judicial board reviews and rules on appeals of zoning permit denials, variances, conditional uses, and appeals of rulings by the Zoning Administrator. In recent years the board has only had two or three cases come before it each year.

Health Officer – This is an important position that involves responding to complaints of health hazards. Google Vermont Town Health Officer Manual for more details. This position has historically been pretty quiet with a handful of complaints each year.

Emergency Management Director – The Emergency Management Director (EMD) is an appointed individual in each town or city who has direct responsibility for the organization, administration, and coordination of the local organization for emergency management. For more information:

Town Energy Coordinator – this is an appointed position that has never been very active in Woodbury but can become so with the right person!

Please consider contributing to your community by tackling one of these positions.

Woodbury Select Board – Peter Peltz, Chris Koteas, Diana Peduzzi

Special Town Meeting-May 7, 2022



                                                      SPECIAL TOWN MEETING

                                                     SATURDAY, MAY 7, 2022

 The legal voters of the Town of Woodbury, Vermont are hereby warned and notified to meet at the Woodbury Elementary School on Saturday, May 7, 2022 at 10:00 am to take action on the following Articles:

Article 1:  Shall the Town appropriate up to $85,000.00 to the Woodbury Volunteer Fire Department Inc. for the purpose of financing the cost for construction of a new Fire and Emergency Operations center at a total cost of $1,300,000.00?

Article 2:  To adjourn the meeting

Select Board:

Peter Peltz          _____/s/__________________

Chris Koteas       ____/s/___________________

Diana Peduzzi    ____/s/___________________

Signed on           _March 28, 2022____________

Attest:  Robin Durkee, Town Clerk


2022 Town Meeting Results


Here is a summary of the Town of Woodbury votes on Town Meeting Day, March 1, 2022.

– Voting was by Australian ballot; due to Covid there was no actual in-person town meeting.
– Candidates receiving fewer than 9 votes not listed in this summary.
– Overall, 229 ballots were cast, including those blank or spoiled.
– Full results are available at the Town Office.

Article 1:  To elect all town officers required by law:

Moderator – 1 year: STEPHEN MURPHY 212

Town Clerk – 3 years: ROBIN DURKEE 222

 Select Board Member – 1 year remaining on a 3-year term: PETER PELTZ 135, Jason Thompson 84

Select Board Member – 3 years: DIANA PEDUZZI 134, Monty Shatney 77

Lister – 3 years: MERRY GANGEMI 190

Auditor – 3 years: JOHN REID 203

Auditor – 2 years remaining on a 3-year term: UNFILLED

Auditor – 1 year remaining on a 3-year term: JAYNE NOLD-LAURENDEAU 183

Collector of Delinquent Taxes: RON WELLS 174, Brandy Smith 17

Cemetery Commissioner – 5 years: AMY ELDRED 199

Library Trustee – 3 years: UNFILLED

Library Trustee – 2 years remaining on a 3-year term: UNFILLED

Library Trustee – 1 year remaining on a 3-year term: UNFILLED

UHSD (Hazen) Board Member – 3 years: CHRIS CASEY 198

Article 2:  Shall the Town appropriate a total of $10,294 to the following Central Vermont area service agencies?      YES 191, No 26

$750 to AWARE (Aid to Women, Men and Children in Abuse and Emergencies)
$250 to the American Red Cross of Northern New England                                     $600 to Central Vermont Adult Basic Education
$750 to the Central Vermont Council on Aging
$2,000 to Central Vermont Home Health & Hospice Inc.
$650 to CIRCLE (formerly Battered Women’s Services)
$100 to the Family Center of Washington County
$484 to Green Mountain Transit
$50 to Green Up Vermont
$750 to Hardwick Community Television
$200 to MOSAIC (formerly the Sexual Assault Crisis Team)
$200 to Our House of Central Vermont
$100 to the People’s Health and Wellness Clinic
$500 to Rural Community Transportation
$200 to Salvation Farms (gathers fresh vegs from VT farms, to donate to food pantries)
$1,000 to the Twin Valley Senior Center
$210 to the Vermont Center for Independent Living
$1,000 to Washington County Mental Health Services
$500 to the Washington County Youth Service Bureau

Article 3:. Shall the Town have its taxes paid to the Town Treasurer, as tax receiver, 60 days after tax bills are mailed (estimated due date to be Oct. 27, 2022)?  Taxes would then become delinquent and be turned over to the Collector of Delinquent Taxes for collection with a penalty that increases by ½ % per month of delinquency to a maximum of 6% for one full year or more of delinquency, and interest of 6% per year or ½% per month.

YES 206, No 9

 Article 4:  Shall the Town appropriate $17,850.00 to the Woodbury Volunteer Fire Department, to be  added to the truck replacement fund, paid July 1, 2022?

YES 176, No 44

Article 5: Shall the Town appropriate $78,487.76 to fund the operations of the Woodbury Volunteer Fire Department, for the fiscal year commencing July 1, 2022?

YES 179, No 38

Article 6:  Shall the Town appropriate $31,000 to the Woodbury Volunteer Fire Department, Inc. to be added to the Capital Replacement Fund, paid January 1, 2023?

YES 156, No 63

Article 7:  Shall the Town appropriate $23,000 for an audit of the modified cash basis financial statements of the town for the year ending June 30, 2022?

YES 172, No 40

 Article 8:  Shall the voters appropriate the amount of $13,000 to begin a multi-year program to improve the condition of the town cemeteries by cleaning and repairing monuments, repairing fences, and landscaping?  This amount is in addition to the $7,000 budgeted for mowing and general upkeep.

YES 180, No 37

 Article 9:  Shall the Town appropriate $215,780 to meet the expenses and liabilities of the Town for general purposes for the period from July 1, 2022 to June 30, 2023?   (This amount does not include the amounts listed in Articles 2 and 4-8 above)

YES 199, No 18

Article 10: Shall the Town appropriate $613,614 to meet the expenses and liabilities of the Town for highway purposes for the period from July 1, 2022 to June 30, 2023?

YES 197, No 23

Woodbury Town Meeting 2021 Summary

Town Meeting Day this year was different, to say the least.  Out of 743 ballots mailed, 205  were returned before Town Meeting Day and 111 people cast their ballots in person, for a 42.5 percent turnout.  The virtual “Informational Meeting” on Thursday evening prior, was considered a success and may be repeated in future years.   Here is a summary of the results:

Woodbury Town Meeting 2021 Summary Sheet



Steve Freihofner 283

Write-ins: Kirk Thompson 1 Phil Demers -1



Robin Durkee – 295

Write-ins: Phil Demers 2,

Diana Peduzzi 2, Laura Dailey 1



Christopher Koteas 240

Write-ins: Mike McGlynn 2 Phil Demers 1 Tim Appleton 1, Roy Demers 1, Monty Shatney 1, Chuck Batchelder 1



Bob Martin – 254

Write-ins: Mike McGlynn, 2

Del Tax Coll.


Ronald Wells 268

Write-ins: Mike McGlynn 1 Blake 1

Library 1yr Elizabeth Hansen  269
Library 3yrs Sara VanHof   260
Library 2yrs Stephen Murphy 262
Library 3yrs Michelle Duford 251


Auditor 3yrs Several write-ins – none more than 8 needed for election
Auditor 2yrs Several write-ins – none more than 8 needed for election
Cemetery 5yrs Write-ins: Jamie Dutil 11, Susan

Stitely 9, others

Cemetery 2yrs Jamie Dutil 29,

Stephanie Appleton 6, others

Article 2 $10,494 for 21 area service agencies Yes 258 No 45
Article 3 About tax collections –

Yes 276 No 27

Article 4 $17,850 – WVFD Truck Fund

Yes 240   no 73

Article 5 $105,297 – WVFD Operations

Yes 226     No 84

Article 6 $85,000 – WVFD New Station

Yes 139 No 167

Article 7 $205,129 – General Fund

Yes 280                  No 26

Article 8 $571,994 – Highway Budget

Yes 280                   No 29



Notice to Voters–Annual Town Meeting–March 2, 2021

Woodbury Town Hall
Tuesday, March 2, 2021
10:00 AM- 7:00 PM

There will be a Town Meeting on March 2 but it won’t look like previous Town Meetings.  There will be no open in-person meeting. Instead, voting on town elections and business will be done by absentee ballots.-Ballots will be mailed to all registered voters, by mid-February. Town Reports will be mailed to each household around the same time. The ballot envelope will include a Town ballot, a Hazen Union ballot and one or two ballots for Orleans Southwest Union Elementary School business. Ballots can be returned either by mail, or left at the Town Office in the mail slot on the porch, or can be returned on March 2 at the Town Hall.

There will be one opportunity to ask questions about the Town budget items. That Informational Meeting will be held virtually, via ZOOM, at 6:30 PM on Thursday, February 25. The meeting will be hosted by HCTV and will be available to view after the meeting, by going to

To participate in the meeting, you will need to be connected to the internet and have Zoom software on your computer or tablet. If you need assistance on how to hook up to the meeting, call the Town Office at 456-7051 and we will attempt to help.
Topic: Woodbury Town Informational Meeting – February 25, 2021
Time: Feb 25, 2021 06:30 PM Eastern Time (US and Canada)
Join Zoom Meeting
Meeting ID: 842 4015 9507
Passcode: 448556

The checklist will be posted by February 2, 2020. Make sure your name is on it. If your name is not on it, you should register to vote:
WHEN: Any time up to and including March 2, Town Meeting Day. Same Day Voter Registration is now available in Vermont.
WHERE: Town Clerk’s Office, Route 14 in South Woodbury, M-Th 9-1 and M 6-8 PM
OR ON-LINE – eligible voters can also register to vote through the Secretary of State’s Online Voter Registration System –