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    Waitsfield Annual Meeting
      • March 6, 2012
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    2011 Town Report
    IntroductionTown of WaitsfieldTown School DistrictAgency ReportsOther Agency Reports
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    The Town of Waitsfield, Vermont extends to all an invitation to the Town Meeting to be held at the Waitsfield Elementary School Auditorium, Route 100, Waitsfield, on Tuesday, March 6, 2012.  The meeting will begin at 10:00 9:00 a.m. and will continue after lunch, reconvening at 1:00 p.m., with affairs of the Waitsfield Town School District.  While only legal residents on the Checklist are allowed to vote on issues, all are invited to come to our Town Meeting and to meet the town officials, citizenry, neighbors, landowners, and visitors to become more familiar with our Town of Waitsfield, Vermont and its constituents.

    Waitsfield 2011 Town Report (PDF documents will open in a separate window)
    The full published 2011 Report can be downloaded HERE (148 5.5" x 8.5" pgs, 10.649 KB)


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  • Dedication
  • An Invitation
  • Expression of Appreciation
  • Report of Elected Auditors
    Town of

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  • Warning
  • Special Town Meeting Bond Warning
  • Condensation of 2011 Annual Meeting Minutes
  • Town Officers 2011
  • Selectboard Annual Report
  • Planning Commission Annual Report
  • Development Review Board Annual Report
  • Conservation Commission Annual Report
  • Energy Committee Annual Report
  • Statement of Taxes Raised
  • Statement of Delinquent Taxes
  • Delinquent Tax List
  • 2012 Proposed Budget
  • Capital Budget and Program
  • Long Term Indebtedness
  • Town Reserve & Other Funds
  • Town Capital Projects
  • Town Clerk Statement of Fees Collected
  • Vital Statistics
  • Waitsfield Fayston Volunteer Fire Department Report
  • Road Department Report
  • Emergency Management Report
  • Waitsfield Cemetery Commission Report
  • Cemetery Trust Funds Report
  • Joslin Memorial Library Report
  • Joslin Memorial Library Budget Report
  • Joslin Memorial Library Trust Funds Report
  • Independent Auditor's Report

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  • Warning
  • Condensation of Annual Town School District Meeting Minutes
  • Waitsfield School District Report
  • Waitsfield Elementary School Assessment of Student Performance
  • Waitsfield Elementary School Budget
  • Report from Washington West Central Office
  • Washington West Summary Budget

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  • Waitsfield Historical Society
  • Mad Bikes of Waitsfield
  • Mad River Valley Planning District
  • Mad River Valley Recreation District
  • Mad River Resource Management Alliance
  • Central Vermont Regional Planning Commission
  • Mad River Valley Senior Citizens, Inc. &
    Meals on Wheels at Evergreen Place
  • Mad River Valley Health Center
  • Mad River Valley Ambulance Service (MRVAS)
  • Mad River Valley Public Access Television Channel 44 & 45
  • Friends of the Mad River
  • Mad River Path Association
  • Mad River Valley Chamber of Commerce
  • Washington County Sheriff's Report

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  • Central Vermont Adult Basic Education (3 pgs, 217 KB)
  • Central Vermont Community Action Council (4 pgs, 1,404 KB)
  • Central Vermont Community Land Trust (1 pg, 259 KB)
  • Central Vermont Council on Aging (2 pgs, 197 KB)
  • Central Vermont Economic Development Corporation (6 pgs, 319 KB)
  • Central Vermont Home Health & Hospice (1 pg, 61 KB)
  • Central Vermont Regional Planning Commission (2 pgs, 63 KB)
  • CIRCLE (2 pgs, 128 KB) Adobe acrobat icon
  • Family Center of Washington County (2 pgs, 107 KB)
  • Good Beginnings (1 pg, 56 KB)
  • Green Up Vermont (1 pg, 108 KB)
  • Green Mountain Transit Agency (3 pgs, 96 KB)
  • Northern Vermont RC&D Council (8 pgs, 326 KB)
  • People's Health & Wellness Clinic (1 pg, 64 KB)
  • RSVP (x pg, xxx KB)
  • Sexual Assault Crisis Team (2 pg, 132 KB)
  • Vermont Center for Independent Living (38 pgs, 2,442 KB)
  • Vermont Department of Health (1 pg, 318 KB) PDF icon
  • Vermont Trails & Greenways Council (2 pgs, 210 KB)
  • Vermont League of Cities & Towns (x pg, xxx KB)
  • Washington County Youth Service Bureau (2 pgs, 281 KB)
    Voter Registration
    Wednesday, February 29, 2012, at 5:00 p.m. is the deadline for applying to be added to the voter checklist for the March 6, 2012 Annual Meeting.

    Early or Absentee Voter Ballots
    Abstentee Ballots are available at the Town Clerk's Office.  Voters who would like to vote early or expect to be absent on Town Meeting day may vote at the Town Clerk's Office at 9 Bridge Street, or call the Town Clerk at (802) 496-2218 and have a ballot mailed.  Ballots MUST be received by 7:00pm on March 6, 2012, the close of the Annual Town Meeting.

    The latest voters can request ballots for the Presidential Primary is 4:30pm, March 5, 2012.

    Ways of voting early or absentee in the 30 days before the election:
    1. Vote in the Town Clerk's office before March 5, 2012.
    2. You may take the ballot(s) out of the Town Clerk's office for yourself (or another person if you are authorized person to request a ballot) and return in the same manner as if the ballots were received by mail.
    3. Have a ballot mailed and retun it to the Town Clerk's office before electiond day or to the polling place before 7:00pm. on election day.
    4. If you are sick or disabled, you may ask the Town Clerk on or before March 5, 2012, to have two justices of the peace bring a ballot to you at your home on any of the eight (8) days preceding the day of the election.

    Updated October 22, 2015
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