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From Sue Minter and Ben Rose, November 1 2012: “Dear Town Official, We are all thankful that Vermont has, for the most part, been spared the wrath of Hurricane Sandy. Our hearts go out to those communities to our South. … Continue reading
From Steve Sharp of the Vermont Center for Geographic Information: The VT Center for Geographic Information (VCGI) has deployed a VT Local Roads Status Map in collaboration with VT’s Regional Planning Commissions and towns and the Vermont’s EOC. http://tinyurl.com/vtlocalroads
From Rutland Planning Commission: Review and update your town’s Basic Emergency Operations Plan with phone numbers of new town officials (many BEOPs are from 2011 and 2010 and are out of date) Be mindful of the elderly and of residents … Continue reading
From Restoring Rutland and Roots the Restaurant: Join us on Wednesday, August 29, from 5 to 9 p.m., Roots the Restaurant and Long Trail Brewing will host Good Night Irene Pig Roast to commemorate the one-year anniversary of Tropical Storm … Continue reading
Reposted from VCF site. The Vermont Agency of Agriculture has partnered with the Vermont Community Foundation to create the Vermont Farm Disaster Relief Fund. The purpose of the fund is to address critical needs of Vermont farms that sustained damage … Continue reading
The Vermont Disaster Relief Fund is compiling a list of all the anniversary events scheduled around the state and needs your help to be complete! If you are hosting or attending a public event, please share it with them at … Continue reading
On the night of July 4th, a massive storm caused severe damage to COTS’ facilities. The COTS Daystation sustained tremendous structural and material loss, including seven computers, washer/dryer, and furniture. The Daystation will be closed for several weeks for cleanup … Continue reading
If you missed the State of the Re:Union broadcast focusing on Vermont, here it is. The broadcast focuses on communities around Vermont and on their Irene experiences.
As we transition into the long term recovery portion of cleaning up from Irene, the State of Vermont compiled a concise and comprehensive list of resources for those seeking support during the recovery process. The document includes information for both … Continue reading
There will be a recovery meeting tonight from 5 to 7 at the Rutland Free Library in the Fox Room (10 Court Street, Rutland). All are welcome. via vtstrong.vermont.gov