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Update on Town Trails

The recent windstorm caused much greater than usual damage to trees in Town forests and trails.  By some estimates it could be 180-250 trees that need clearing with other associated clean up.  The Town of Milton is committed to improving the condition of these trails, but with the winter plowing season fast approaching, there is still a significant amount of storm-related roadside clean up to be done in town and that takes priority.  It is likely the trail cleanup will begin in the spring with work done possibly before that as schedules allow.  In the meantime, while Milton trails and natural areas are not closed, anyone using them should use them at their own risk. Thank you for your understanding.

Don Turner describes VOTE on NOV 14th 7AM to 7PM at Town Offices from Joe Gannon on Vimeo.

November 2017 Voting in Milton

Polls will be open on Tuesday, November 14 at the Community Room in the Milton Municipal Building from 7 a.m. to 7 p.m. Early voting is also available. For more information, click here

Please review these resources to learn more about the critical Tuesday, November 14th TIF vote

LCATV informational video: http://lcatv.org/program/milton-tif-vote-2017-10-25

Milton Independent article 11/2/17: http://www.miltonindependent.com/tif-vote-set-november-14/

Tax Incremental Financing Informational Bulletin

Windstorm & Power Outage Updates

The Town of Milton Emergency Operations Center (temporarily created in response to the recent windstorm) and associated phone number have been shut down. Residents may call 211 with any requests or questions.

Please refer to information linked below for suggestions on how to dispose of your windstorm debris:

https://cswd.net/community-announcements/storm-cleanup-get-rid-branches-trees-natural-wood/ 

Notice - Town of Milton Property Owners

Tax Bills are in the mail. Should you not receive one shortly, please contact the Clerk/Treasurers Office at 893-4111. If you have any questions regarding your bill, please give us a call. Tax Installments are September 15th, February 15th and May 15th; however, are not mandatory until May 15th of a given year. If you have questions regarding the insert in the bill, please contact Jessica Morris, Finance Director at 891-8076. And, if you have questions regarding your Homestead status or your State payment please contact the Department of Taxes directly at 828-2865.

Water & Wastewater Rate Changes

New rates for water and sewer will be effective on July 1, 2017. In late September or early October 2017, residents will receive their first bill with these changes. The quarterly rates are expected to increase for the average user by $12.19 for water and $23.94 for sewer. Please click here for more information.

Annual Report 2016

Take a look at the Town of Milton, Vermont Annual Report for Fiscal Year 2016.

Annual Report FY16

 

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Thu Nov 23 @ 7:00PM - 09:00PM
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