Take the Public Survey!
Do You Have an Opinion on Truck Traffic in Downtown Vergennes?
We Need to Hear from You!
A major new public survey is now available for residents of Vergennes and the surrounding area to make your voice heard.
Can we reduce the impact of truck traffic on those who live, work, shop, and eat in downtown Vergennes without unreasonably affecting the communities that surround Vergennes or the delivery of the things we need in our daily lives?
Tell us what you think at www.vergennespel.com/survey. The survey closes Monday, September 25.
You’ve been hearing about possible changes for some years and now the Vermont Agency of Transportation and the Addison County Regional Planning Commission are taking an in-depth look at a number of options that range from new roadways to improvements to existing roadways to no changes to current traffic flows.
Got questions after you finish the survey? Fresh off six years as Community Liaison on the Middlebury Bridge & Rail Project, Jim Gish has been hired in a similar capacity for this phase of the VT 22A project and he is looking forward to hearing from you. Email him at email@example.com.
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