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February 27th, 2021
STATE OF VERMONT SUPERIOR COURT PROBATE DIVISION WINDHAM UNIT IN RE THE ESTATE OF JOHN SCOTT LATE OF JACKSONVILLE, VERMONT Docket No. 21-PR-00166 NOTICE TO CREDITORS To the creditors of the Estate of John Scott, late of Jacksonville, VT. I have been appointed as Executor of the above-named estate. All creditors having claims against the estate must present their claims in writing within four months of the date of the publication of this notice. The claim must be presented to me at the address listed below, and a copy of the claim must be filed with the Vermont Superior Court, Windham Unit, Probate Division, 30 Putney Road, Brattleboro, VT 05301. The claim will be forever barred if it is not presented as described above within the four-month deadline. Dated: 2-27-2021 Ronald Scott, Administrator c/o Laurie A. Rowell, Esquire Rowell Law Office, PLC 14 Park Place Brattleboro, VT 05301 Telephone 802-254-4406 AD# 54886
Public Hearing Notice Notice is hereby given that the Brattleboro Development Review Board will hold a public hearing on Wednesday, March 17, 2021 at 7:00 PM https://us02web.zoom.us/j /88140451917?pwd=dm1MZ0t ReUN5NzhuNXhOM284RFpzUT09 Passcode: 190450 You can also dial in using your phone (but this alternative is not recommended): United States (Toll Free): 877 853 5247 US Toll-free. Meeting ID: 881 4045 1917 Passcode 190450 Contact bbannon@brattleboro.org the week prior to the meeting if you need assistance in using Zoom. The Board will consider the following under on the record review: 2021-14 Tarmy Properties, LLC; Service Center District; request for Site Plan Approval to construct a 4800 sq. ft. lumber storage building accessory to an existing wood products establishment at 92 Hardwood Drive; Tax Map Parcel #70721.000; 2021-15 Tri-Park Cooperative Housing Corporation; Residential Neighborhood District; request for Flood Hazard Conditional Use Approval to place a mobile home on a new foundation designed to resist flood forces at 54 Valley Road; Tax Map Parcel #MH060159.V54 Pursuant to 24 VSA 4464(a)(1)(C) and 4471(a), participation in this local proceeding is a prerequisite to the right to take any subsequent appeal. NOTE: Meetings are open to the public on line or by phone. For specific accommodations please call the Planning Services Department at 802-251-8154. Application materials are available at https://tinyurl.com/DRB- Applications AD# 54813 02/27/2021
TOWN OF WILMINGTON VERMONT PUBLIC SAFETY FACILITY PROJECT REQUEST FOR PROPOSALS CLERK OF THE WORKS/TOWN REPRESENTATIVE The Town of Wilmington, through its Selectboard, Town Manager and Public Safety Facility Committee (collectively 'the Town'), requests proposals from qualified CLERK OF THE WORKS to provide professional services for the proposed construction of the Wilmington Public Safety Facility, to be located at 40 Beaver Street, Wilmington, Vermont, due at noon on March 11, 2021. The Town seeks to create a list of qualified persons/firms for final selection. Voters must approve this $5.5M project for the Town to move forward with construction; the vote is scheduled for March 2, 2021, via Australian Balloting. It is the intent of the Town to select a firm by April 6, 2021. Construction is expected to begin by April 30, 2021, with Facility completion and commissioning by June 30, 2022. Selection of a Clerk of the Works/Town Representative is conditional upon voter approval. The RFP can be viewed in its entirety at www.wilmingtonvermont.us AD#s 54863, 54864 02/27/2021, 03/06/2021
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February 26th, 2021
ACT 250 NOTICE MINOR APPLICATION #2W1361 10 V.S.A. 6001 - 6093 On February 4, 2021, Francis Casale and Kristin Pisacano Casale, 94 Meadow Wood Dr, Greenwich, CT 06830 filed application 2W1361 for a project generally described as the previous home construction above 2,500 feet elevation and connection to municipal sewer. The project is located 136 West Ridge Rd in Stratton, Vermont. No hearing will be held and a permit will be issued unless, on or before Monday, March 22, 2021, a party notifies the District 2 Commission in writing at the address below of an issue requiring a hearing, or the Commission sets the matter for a hearing on its own motion. Any person as defined in 10 V.S.A. 6085(c)(1) may request a hearing. Any hearing request must be in writing to the address below, must state the criteria or sub-criteria at issue, why a hearing is required and what additional evidence will be presented at the hearing. Any hearing request by an adjoining property owner or other person eligible for party status under 10 V.S.A. 6085(c)(1)(E) must include a petition for party status under the Act 250 Rules. Findings of Fact and Conclusions of Law may not be prepared unless the Commission holds a public hearing. The application and proposed permit may also be viewed on the Natural Resources Board's web site http://nrb.vermont.gov by clicking "Act 250 Database" and entering project number 2W1361. If you have a disability for which you need accommodation in order to participate in this process (including participating in a public hearing, if one is held), please notify us as soon as possible, in order to allow us as much time as possible to accommodate your needs. For more information contact Stephanie Gile at the address or telephone number below. Dated at Springfield, Vermont this 23rd day of February, 2021. BY Stephanie Gile, District Coordinator 100 Mineral Street, Suite 305 Springfield, VT 05156-3168 802-289-0597 stephanie.gile@vermont.gov AD# 54842 02/26/2021
PUBLIC NOTICE OF THE INTENT OF THE TOWN OF VERNON, VERMONT TO AMEND AN ORDINANCE GOVERNING SPEED LIMITS AND STOP SIGNS Town Website: https://vernonvt.org The Selectboard of the Town of Vernon, Vermont proposes to amend the ordinance establishing legal speed limits for the operation of motor vehicles and directing the placement of stop signs, yield signs and dead end signs within the Town of Vernon as follows: Rename Arling Road to Sak Road. Establish a 25 mph speed limit for Hemlock Road and Aspen Lane A complete copy of the ordinance amendment may be examined at Vernon Town Hall, 567 Governor Hunt Road in Vernon, VT. Town Hall is closed to visitors under COVID-19 restrictions, so a complete copy of the ordinance amendment is posted on the exterior east wall adjacent to the entrance. A complete copy of the ordinance is also on the Town website. Questions and comments should be sent to: Wendy Harrison Interim Town Administrator 802-257-0292, Ext. 12 567 Governor Hunt Road Vernon, VT 05354 vernonta@vernonvt.org Citizens may petition for a vote on the amendment pursuant to 24 V.S.A. 1972 & 1973. If no petitions are received by April 1, 2021, this ordinance shall become effective April 17, 2021. AD# 54870 02/26/2021
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February 25th, 2021
Notice of Storage Auction Personal property will be disposed of to satisfy the unpaid storage account with Burtco, Inc. Self Storage - UNIT #K05 - REESE JOHNSON 283 Elm St. Chester, VT 05143 on March 10th, 2021 at 11:00 a.m. AD#s 54806, 54807 02/25/2021, 03/04/2021
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February 24th, 2021
WARNING FOR THE 2021 NEWFANE TOWN MEETING VOTING BY AUSTRALIAN BALLOT NEWBROOK FIRE STATION #1 NEWFANE MARCH 2, 2021 The legal voters of the Town of Newfane are hereby warned and notified to meet in the NewBrook Fire Station #1 in said Town on March 2, 2021, between 9 a.m.-7 p.m. to transact the following business by Australian ballot: ARTICLE 1 Shall the voters of the Town of Newfane elect the following Newfane Town Officers as required by law for the ensuing year? Constable 1-year term Collector of Delinquent Taxes 1-year term Lister (until 2022) Lister 3-year term Moderator - Town 1 -year term Selectboard Member 3-year term Selectboard Member 1-year terms (Two Positions) Town Agent 1-year term Town Clerk 1-year term Town Treasurer 1-year term School Board Member 3-year term ARTICLE 2: Shall the voters of the Town of Newfane pay taxes for the ensuing year on a quarterly basis, due on the 15th of August, October, January and April; late charge for interest being at the rate of .50% per month for the current fiscal year and .75% per month for each month thereafter until paid? ARTICLE 3: Shall the voters of the Town of Newfane authorize the Treasurer to collect current taxes, pursuant 32VSA 4791? ARTICLE 4: Shall the voters of the Town of Newfane authorize the Selectboard to sell or otherwise convey property acquired through tax sale proceedings? ARTICLE 5: Shall the voters of the Town of Newfane authorize General Fund expenditures for Town and Highway Operating Expenses of $1,543,465 of which $1,235,818 shall be raised by taxes and $307,647 by non-tax revenues? ARTICLE 6: Shall the voters of the Town of Newfane authorize Capital Fund expenditures of $245,645 of which $242,645 shall be raised by taxes and $3,000 by non-tax revenues? ARTICLE 7: Shall the voters of the Town of Newfane by taxation raise the amount of $28,635 for the annual Excavator lease payment? ARTICLE 8: Shall the voters of the Town of Newfane approve the transfer of surplus funds, in the amount of $225,000 to the Capital Reserve Fund? ARTICLES 9-35: Special Appropriations see Town Report for Details - Total $ 37,683.00 ARTICLE 9: Shall the voters of the Town of Newfane appropriate the sum of $500.00 to American Red Cross? ARTICLE 10: Shall the voters of the Town of Newfane appropriate the sum of $250.00 to Aids Project of So. VT? ARTICLE 11: Shall the voters of the Town of Newfane appropriate the sum of $300.00 to Brattleboro Area Hospice? ARTICLE 12: Shall the voters of the Town of Newfane appropriate the sum of $1900.00 to Early Education Services? ARTICLE 13: Shall the voters of the Town of Newfane appropriate the sum of $3500.00 to Grace Cottage Hospital? ARTICLE 14: Shall the voters of the Town of Newfane appropriate the sum of $400.00 to Green Mountain RSVP? ARTICLE 15: Shall the voters of the Town of Newfane appropriate the sum of $1000.00 to Groundwork's Collaborative? ARTICLE 16: Shall the voters of the Town of Newfane appropriate the sum of $1850.00 to Health Care & Rehabilitation Services? ARTICLE 17: Shall the voters of the Town of Newfane appropriate the sum of $1000.00 to Leland & Gray Education Foundation? ARTICLE 18: Shall the voters of the Town of Newfane appropriate the sum of $750.00 to Moore Free Library? ARTICLE 19: Shall the voters of the Town of Newfane appropriate the sum of $1000.00 to Restorative Community Justice of S.V.? ARTICLE 20: Shall the voters of the Town of Newfane appropriate the sum of $1150.00 to Senior Solutions? ARTICLE 21: Shall the voters of the Town of Newfane appropriate the sum of $1600.00 to SEVCA? ARTICLE 22: Shall the voters of the Town of Newfane appropriate the sum of $5178.00 to SeVEDS? ARTICLE 23: Shall the voters of the Town of Newfane appropriate the sum of $650.00 to SE VT Watershed Alliance? ARTICLE 24: Shall the voters of the Town of Newfane appropriate the sum of $2000.00 to S. Newfane Community Association? ARTICLE 25: Shall the voters of the Town of Newfane appropriate the sum of $1000.00 to The Gathering Place? ARTICLE 26: Shall the voters of the Town of Newfane appropriate the sum of $750.00 to The Moover (formerly The Current)? ARTICLE 27: Shall the voters of the Town of Newfane appropriate the sum of $1000.00 to Timson Hill Preschool? ARTICLE 28: Shall the voters of the Town of Newfane appropriate the sum of $2675.00 to Valley Cares? ARTICLE 29: Shall the voters of the Town of Newfane appropriate the sum of $100.00 in to Vermont Green Up? ARTICLE 30: Shall the voters of the Town of Newfane appropriate the sum of $4500.00 to Visiting Nurses Alliance & Hospice for VT /NH? ARTICLE 31: Shall the voters of the Town of Newfane appropriate the sum of $1000.00 to Williamsville School Preservation Society? ARTICLE 32: Shall the voters of the Town of Newfane appropriate the sum of $250.00 to Windham County Historical Society? ARTICLE 33: Shall the voters of the Town of Newfane appropriate the sum of $720.00 to Windham County Humane Society? ARTICLE 34: Shall the voters of the Town of Newfane appropriate the sum of $1000.00 to Women's Freedom Center? ARTICLE 35: Shall the voters of the Town of Newfane appropriate the sum of $1660.00 to Youth Services? End of Special Appropriations ARTICLE 36: Shall the voters of the Town of Newfane exempt from taxation all real property of the NewBrook Volunteer Fire Association Station #1 building and land (1.6 acres +/-) for a period of five years, pursuant to 32 V.S.A. 3840? ARTICLE 37: Shall the voters of the Town of Newfane exempt from taxation all real property of the NewBrook Volunteer Fire Association Station #2 building and land (0.25 acres +/-) for a period of five years, pursuant to 32 V.S.A. 3840? ARTICLE 38: Shall the voters of the Town of Newfane exempt from taxation all real property of the South Newfane Community Association build
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February 23rd, 2021
NOTICE OF PUBLIC SALE The following self-storage Cube contents containing household and other goods will be sold for cash by CubeSmart 62 Old Ferry Road Brattleboro VT 05301 to satisfy a lien on March 11, 2021 at approx. 10:30AM at www.storagetreasures.com Cube #L60, Kelly (Soliman) Gray AD# 54686, 54687 02/23/2021, 03/02/2021
WARNING WEST RIVER MODIFIED UNION EDUCATION DISTRICT 2021 ANNUAL MEETING The legal voters of the West River Modified Union Education District (the "District"), comprising the voters of the towns of Brookline, Jamaica, Newfane, Townshend and Windham for prekindergarten through Grade 12 are hereby warned and notified that due to the COVID-19 pandemic, the Board of School Directors has determined, pursuant to the provisions of Act 162, that all articles of business (Articles 1-11) for the 2021 Annual Meeting will be voted by Australian ballot on Wednesday, March 24, 2021, at their respective polling places on Wednesday, March 24, 2021 at 9:00 a.m., at which time the polls will open, and 7:00 p.m., at which time the polls will close, to vote by Australian ballot on following articles of business: Article 1: To elect a Moderator. Article 2: To elect a Clerk. Article 3: To elect a Treasurer. Article 4: Shall the voters of the District authorize the Board of School Directors to borrow money by issuance of bonds or notes not in excess of anticipated revenues for the next fiscal year? Article 5: Shall the voters of the District approve compensation to the current Officers for their services during Fiscal Year 2022 in the following amounts? Moderator: $250 Clerk: $2,000 Treasurer: $2,000 Article 6: Shall the voters of the District approve compensation to the School Directors for their service during Fiscal Year 2022 at $1000 Directors, $1,200 Chair? Article 7: Shall the voters of the District set the date of 2022 Annual Meeting as the fourth Tuesday of March? Article 8: Shall the voters of West River Modified Union Education District #U072A approve the school board to expend $ 12,115,000_for grades PreK-12 which is the amount the school board has determined to be necessary for the ensuing fiscal year? It is estimated that this proposed budget, if approved, will result in education spending of $22,844_per equalized pupil. This projected spending per equalized pupil is 1.723% higher than spending for the current year. Article 9: To elect one (1) "at-large" school director who is a resident of the District for a three-year term. Article 10: Shall the voters of the West River Modified Union School District authorize moving the operational surplus, if any, from Fiscal Year 2021 to the Reserve Fund? Article 11: Shall $150,000.00 of unexpended proceeds of the bond authorized at the March 27, 2019 annual meeting be applied to the cost of upgrading the existing water system at Leland and Gray Middle/High School?" The legal voters of the West River Modified Union Education District are further notified that voter qualification, registration, and absentee voting relative to said annual meeting shall be provided in Chapters 43, 51, and 55 of Title 17, Vermont Statutes Annotated. Polling Places and Times Brookline: Brookline Town Hall 9:00 a.m. to 7:00 p.m. Jamaica Town Office 9:00 a.m. to 7:00p.m. Newfane Newbrook Fire House 9:00 a.m.to 7:00 p.m. Townshend Town Hall 9:00 a.m. to 7:00 p.m. Windham Town Office 10:00 a.m. to 7:00 p.m. Upon closing of the polls, the ballots will be counted by local town election officials who shall transmit the voting results to the Clerk of the West River Modified Union Education District, who will then tabulate and report the final results for the District. Informational Hearing Said persons and voters are further notified and warned of a public informational hearing on Tuesday March 23, 2021 at 7:00 p.m. Pursuant to 17 V.S.A. 2680(g) the hearing is to discuss and provide voters information on Articles 4-11. Join Zoom Meeting: https://zoom.us/j/95902104145 ?pwd=WkNKQytPUzZ1SlJS VXFacmlVRFFkZz09 Meeting ID: 959 0210 4145 Passcode: 675822 +19292056099,,95902104145# US (New York) +13017158592,,95902104145# US (Washington DC) Voters and interested persons can access and participate in the meeting remotely by using this link. The link and additional information will also be posted on the School District's website https://www.westrivered.org Dated this 18 day of February, 2021. Al Claussen - Board Chair Received, filed and recorded this 18 day of February, 2021. Anita Bean - Clerk AD# 54750 02/23/2021
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February 20th, 2021
Town of Wilmington Notice to Voters Resolution of Necessity For Capital Construction Project The legal voters of the Town of Wilmington are hereby notified and warned to meet at the Old School Community Center (OSEC) in said Wilmington, Vermont, from 7:00 A.M. until 7:00 P.M., on Tuesday, March 02, 2021, to vote by Australian Ballot. Shall general obligation bonds of the Town of Wilmington in an amount not to exceed Five Million Five Hundred Thousand Dollars ($5,500,000) be issued for the purpose of making certain public safety improvements, namely, replacement of the current Public Safety Facilities for the Town Police and Fire Departments, with the construction of a new one, on Town owned lands, located at 40 Beaver Street, such improvements estimated to cost Five Million Five Hundred Thousand Dollars ($5,500,000)? The resolution of necessity can be viewed in its entirety at https://wilmingtonvermont.us/ documents/town-reports-town- -information/2020-town-report-and -2021-town-meeting/ AD# 54388 02/06/2021, 02/13/2021 02/20/2021
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February 19th, 2021
STATE OF VERMONT SUPERIOR COURT PROBATE DIVISION WINDHAM UNIT Docket No. In re ESTATE of: Robert Deverill NOTICE TO CREDITORS To The Creditors of: Robert Deverill late of Keene, New Hampshire I have been appointed to administer this estate. All creditors having claims against the decedent or the estate must present their claims in writing within four (4) months of the first publication of this notice. The claim must be presented to me at the address listed below with a copy sent to the Court. The claim may be barred forever if it is not presented within the four (4) month period. Dated: 02/15/2021 /r/ Reed D. Graves Reed D. Graves 79 Swanzey Factory Rd Keene, NH 03431 603-313-6222 ebaron@bragdonlaw.com Name of Publication: Brattleboro Reformer Publication Date: 02/19/2021 Name and Address of Probate Court: Superior Court, Probate Division Windsor Unit 12 The Green Woodstock, VT 05091 AD# 54661
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February 13th, 2021
NOTICE OF BID The Town of Brattleboro Recreation & Parks Department is accepting bids to maintain Morningside Cemetery & Prospect Hill Cemetery on a per mowing basis. For more information regarding the project, please contact the Recreation & Parks Department Office at 802-254-5808. Bids should be sent to the Brattleboro Recreation and Parks Dept, 207 Main Street, PO Box 513, Brattleboro, VT 05301, and must be received by 10:00 a.m. Wednesday, March 3, 2021. Please mark your bid package Cemetery Bids The Town of Brattleboro reserves the right to refuse any and all bids and accept the bid that best serves the interest of the Town. AD# 54632 02/13/2021
Town of Wilmington Notice to Voters Resolution of Necessity For Capital Construction Project The legal voters of the Town of Wilmington are hereby notified and warned to meet at the Old School Community Center (OSEC) in said Wilmington, Vermont, from 7:00 A.M. until 7:00 P.M., on Tuesday, March 02, 2021, to vote by Australian Ballot. Shall general obligation bonds of the Town of Wilmington in an amount not to exceed Five Million Five Hundred Thousand Dollars ($5,500,000) be issued for the purpose of making certain public safety improvements, namely, replacement of the current Public Safety Facilities for the Town Police and Fire Departments, with the construction of a new one, on Town owned lands, located at 40 Beaver Street, such improvements estimated to cost Five Million Five Hundred Thousand Dollars ($5,500,000)? The resolution of necessity can be viewed in its entirety at https://wilmingtonvermont.us/ documents/town-reports-town- -information/2020-town-report-and -2021-town-meeting/ AD# 54388 02/06/2021, 02/13/2021 02/20/2021
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February 11th, 2021
PUBLIC HEARING NOTICE The Newfane Selectboard will hold a Public (Zoom) Hearing as provided for in 24VSA/4442. The purpose of the hearing is to hear comment on a proposed Amendment to Article 3, Section 343 of the Newfane Zoning Bylaws, to Establish Natural Burial as a Conditional Use in Resource Districts in the Town of Newfane. Copies of the proposed amendment are available from the Administrative Assistant to the Selectboard during regular office hours. To join (Zoom) Public Hearing information https://zoom.us/j/2642477645? pwd=MTVUZGRMSFJ4MXpMc FhNN0JBNk0yZz09 One tap mobile +13126266799,,2642477645#,,,, 490269# US (Chicago) +19292056099,,2642477645#,,,, 490269# US (New York) Sunday, February 28th 2021 @ 2pm Marion Dowling, Chair Date: February 8th, 2021 AD# 54571 02/11/2021
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February 10th, 2021
ACT 250 NOTICE MINOR APPLICATION #2W1360 10 V.S.A. 6001 - 6093 On February 2, 2021, Peter and Diane Schmidt-Fellner, 308 Mansfield Ave, Darien, CT 06820 filed application 2W1360 for a project generally described as the previous home construction above 2,500 feet elevation and connection to municipal sewer. The project is located 135 West Ridge Rd in Stratton, Vermont. No hearing will be held and a permit will be issued unless, on or before Thursday, March 04, 2021, a party notifies the District 2 Commission in writing at the address below of an issue requiring a hearing, or the Commission sets the matter for a hearing on its own motion. Any person as defined in 10 V.S.A. 6085(c)(1) may request a hearing. Any hearing request must be in writing to the address below, must state the criteria or sub-criteria at issue, why a hearing is required and what additional evidence will be presented at the hearing. Any hearing request by an adjoining property owner or other person eligible for party status under 10 V.S.A. 6085(c)(1)(E) must include a petition for party status under the Act 250 Rules. Findings of Fact and Conclusions of Law may not be prepared unless the Commission holds a public hearing. The application and proposed permit may also be viewed on the Natural Resources Board's web site http://nrb.vermont.gov by clicking "Act 250 Database" and entering project number 2W1360. If you have a disability for which you need accommodation in order to participate in this process (including participating in a public hearing, if one is held), please notify us as soon as possible, in order to allow us as much time as possible to accommodate your needs. For more information contact Stephanie Gile at the address or telephone number below. Dated at Springfield, Vermont this 4th day February, 2021. BY Stephanie Gile, District Coordinator 100 Mineral Street, Suite 305 Springfield, VT 05156-3168 802-289-0597, stephanie.gile@vermont.gov AD# 54491 02/10/2021
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February 9th, 2021
ACT 250 NOTICE MINOR APPLICATION #2W0728-3 10 V.S.A. 6001 - 6093 On February 3, 2021, Town of Brattleboro, 211 Fairground Rd, Brattleboro, VT 05301 and Town of Brattleboro Water Department, 230 Main St, Brattleboro, VT 05301 filed application 2W0728-3 for a project generally described as the Permittees to replace the existing Water Treatment Facility including treatment building, access drive and parking lot and modifying the existing underground water, sewer and drain piping and underground tanks. The project is located 416 Pleasant Valley Rd in Brattleboro, Vermont. No hearing will be held and a permit will be issued unless, on or before Thursday, March 04, 2021, a party notifies the District 2 Commission in writing at the address below of an issue requiring a hearing, or the Commission sets the matter for a hearing on its own motion. Any person as defined in 10 V.S.A. 6085(c)(1) may request a hearing. Any hearing request must be in writing to the address below, must state the criteria or sub-criteria at issue, why a hearing is required and what additional evidence will be presented at the hearing. Any hearing request by an adjoining property owner or other person eligible for party status under 10 V.S.A. 6085(c)(1)(E) must include a petition for party status under the Act 250 Rules. Findings of Fact and Conclusions of Law may not be prepared unless the Commission holds a public hearing. The application and proposed permit may also be viewed on the Natural Resources Board's web site http://nrb.vermont.gov by clicking "Act 250 Database" and entering project number 2W0728-3. If you have a disability for which you need accommodation in order to participate in this process (including participating in a public hearing, if one is held), please notify us as soon as possible, in order to allow us as much time as possible to accommodate your needs. For more information contact Stephanie Gile at the address or telephone number below. Dated this 4th day of February, 2021 BY Linda Matteson, District Coordinator 100 Mineral Street, Suite 305 Springfield, VT 05156-3168 802-289-0598 Linda.matteson@vermont.gov AD#54503 02/09/2021