The Town of Bolton is pleased to announce the launch of our new municipal website. Welcome!
2015 Dog Licenses were due by 4/1/15. If you have already registered your dog, thank you! If you have not, expect contact from the Bolton Town Constable.
Emergency repairs to the town roads affected by the June 9th torrential downpour have been completed. As folks have been inquiring when final repairs will be made, here is the current information.
The town is currently waiting to see if enough damage from the storm was sustained in Huntington, Richmond and Bolton to trigger a FEMA event and federal funding for repairs. FEMA and VTrans representatives were in Bolton on June 30th gathering information and doing site visits. To date the town has spent nearly 30K to make the emergency repairs. Final repairs are expected to run 200K - 250K+. The town is exploring other avenues for funding if a FEMA event is not triggered. The town also became aware that the Bolton Valley Access Road is not eligible for FEMA funding due to its classification as a "Collector" road.
Making the final repairs will take some time as the town works through the funding process with FEMA and the state to make sure we have explored every avenue for funding. Thank you for your patience and understanding.
TOWN OF BOLTON SELECT BOARD
NOTICE OF ORDINANCE ADOPTION
FIREWORKS DISPLAY ORDINANCE
Pursuant to 24 V.S.A. § 1971-1976, the Select Board of the Town of Bolton, Vermont, adopted a Fireworks Display Ordinance on May 18, 2015.
This ordinance shall become effective on July 27, 2015, sixty days after the vote to adopt, unless a petition asking for a vote to disapprove the ordinance, signed by at least five percent of Bolton voters, is filed with the Town Clerk by July 1, 2015, 44 days from the date of adoption. If a petition is received, the Select Board shall warn a special town meeting for voters to vote on that question.
The full text of the ordinance is available for review at the Bolton Town Office, 3045 Theodore Roosevelt Highway (Route 2), Monday - Thursday, 8 a.m. – 4 p.m., or on the municipal website (on the Documents and Forms page) at www.boltonvt.com. For more information contact the Bolton Town Clerk at 802-434-5075, or firstname.lastname@example.org
Section 1: Findings
Section 2: Prohibitions
Section 3: Permits
Section 4: Permittee Requirements
Section 5: Town, Fire Department Requirements
Section 6: Penalty
Section 7: Indemnification
Section 8: Effective Date
Town of Bolton Select Board
May 27, 2015
See Boards & Minutes menu for agendas
July 2015 Meeting Dates
Select Board: 7/6, 7/13, and 7/20
Board of Civil Authority: 7/13
Planning Commission: 7/13
Development Review Board: 7/23