Next Meeting: Wed Jun 10, 2020
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Agendas & Minutes
- June Planning Commission Meeting - June 3, 2020
The June Planning Commission meeting will be held on Wednesday June 3, starting at 6:30pm. It will be held online via Zoom. Please read the agenda for instructions on how to participate.
- Quarantine Guidance for People Returning to Vermont
If you are returning to Vermont ? including those who spend winter outside of Vermont, second home owners and college students ? you are required to self-quarantine for 14 days. Please read the detailed instructions
- Town Offices Closed
Out of an abundance of caution, Elmore’s Town Offices, including the Town Garage, are now closed to the public. All board and committee meetings are also suspended until further notice. The Town Clerk, Listers and Road Crew will remain available per their normal hours, but they will not meet with the public unless necessary and only by appointment. Please read notice for more information.
- Reminder: Rentals are not allowed at this time
Repost from Dave Yacovone:
Vermont Emergency Management Center Situation Report
On March 26, 2020 the Vermont State Emergency Operations Center (SEOC) was fully activated from 0800 to 1600, using a hybrid EOC structure (physical/virtual) with limited in-person staffing at Public Safety Headquarters and State partner representatives working remotely. The SEOC will be fully activated daily until further notice.
Background / Current Situation
The Governor suspended Amtrak service in the state (Amtrak continues to operate elsewhere).
Vermont Translines is suspending all bus service through April 15th, 2020 (Route 7, Route 4 and the Vermont Shires Connector).
The White House and Senate leaders struck a major deal early Wednesday morning over a to provide a jolt to an economy struggling amid the Coronavirus Pandemic.
The bill has passed the Senate and awaits a House vote. Of the total bill, $2-billion would be allocated to Vermont.
Lodging Restrictions: No new arrivals, reservations, or immediate extensions of stay are permitted. Existing guests may remain through the end of their stay, but should not be allowed to extend unless there are extenuating circumstances. Short term rental owners, such as property owners using Airbnb, must also comply with this order.
Stay-at-home orders have gone out in the states of California, Colorado, Connecticut, Delawar If you would like a daily update please email me and I will send it to you.
- Census 2020
Right now, in just ten minutes, you can help make sure our community gets its share of federal funding and accurate political representation for the next ten years. For the first time, the U.S. Census Bureau is accepting responses online. The process is quick and secure. When you respond to the 2020 Census, you help inform how billions of dollars in public funding is distributed annually to local communities, including ours. The current situation underscores the need for census data. Census results are used to inform planning and funding for hospitals and health clinics, emergency preparedness, even schools and school lunch programs. Respond now at 2020Census.gov.
- COVID-19 Information
Stay informed about COVID-19! The Vermont Health Department website is updated daily with the current information about COVID-19 in the state. Go to healthvermont.gov/covid-19.
- 1930's CCC in Elmore
A great piece of history from Harold J. Moore, a member of the Civilian Conservation Corps during the 1930's/
- Elmore Community Trust
The mission of the Elmore Community Trust is to care for places that make Elmore special and to attract businsses, organizations, and residents that positively contribute to our vibrant rural community. The Elmore Community Trust (ECT) was recently founded by a group of Elmore residents working in partnership with Preservation Trust of Vermont. Using a community supported enterprise model that has proven successful, ECT's first and most pressing project is The Elmore Store. Visit the Elmore Community Trust's webpage to learn more.