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Seeking New Road Commissioner

The Town of Bolton is recruiting a Road Commissioner to oversee year-round road maintenance, including snow removal, construction, and repairs. Manage administrative tasks such as budgeting, record-keeping, and grant applications. Coordinate with agencies and the public on highway-related issues. Essential duties include overseeing highway staff, ensuring equipment maintenance, and communicating with the Select Board and Town Administrator. The Road Commissioner position is full-time and comes with an excellent benefits package. 

To view the full job description, please see attached: Road Commissioner Job Description

Send applications with attached documents to: townadmin@boltonvt.com.

Or drop off your application in person at the Bolton Town Office. 

Seeking Highway Department Equipment Operator Maintenance Technician

The Town of Bolton is recruiting for our Highway Department Equipment Operator Maintenance Technician I.  This role is responsible for a wide range of general labor work associated with maintaining town roads, including snow removal, construction, and repairs. Equipment Operator Maintenance Technicians will be responsible for the operation of a variety of specialized vehicles and highway equipment, such as seven-yard dump trucks, excavators, and graders. The Town of Bolton is looking to build a Highway Department that will look towards the future of Bolton’s roads.  The Equipment Operator Maintenace Technician I position is full-time and comes with an excellent benefits package. 

To view the full job description, please see attached: Equipment Operator Maintenance Technician Job Description

Send applications with attached documents to: townadmin@boltonvt.com.

Or drop off your application in person at the Bolton Town Office.

Seeking Representative to CCRPC

The Town of Bolton is seeking a volunteer to be appointed by the Select Board to serve as Bolton’s representative to the Chittenden County Regional Planning Commission (CCRPC).  Commission meetings are held on the third Wednesday of the month, from 6 – 8 p.m. with both in-person and virtual attendance options. Please contact the Town Office if you are interested in serving.  Access more information about representative roles and responsibilities here (scroll to the bottom of the page):

https://www.ccrpcvt.org/about-us/commission/commissioners-alternates/

Access more information about the CCRPC’s vision, mission, and overview here:

https://www.ccrpcvt.org/about-us/commission/vision-mission-overview/

Stipend Positions

The Animal Control Officer is responsible for enforcement of the Town Ordinance for the Control of Dogs and  includes addressing dogs and complaints about dogs that: are unlicensed, are running at large, have bitten another animal or person (which may trigger a vicious dog hearing), impounding/quarantining dogs and caring for them while housed at the town garage. This position is an annual appointment by the Select Board and is budgeted for two ACOs with a $250 annual stipend.

The Town Constable:

The Bolton Select Board is seeking to fill the position of Town Constable.  At Town Meeting 2023, voters voted to give the Select Board authority to appoint a Town Constable rather than to fill that position by election.  Bolton residency is no longer a requirement, and the position is currently vacant.

In Bolton, the Town Constable does not hold law enforcement authority.  Authority is statutory (24 V.S.A. § 1936a, https://legislature.vermont.gov/statutes/section/24/055/01936a )and also includes vehicle towing authority under Bolton’s Traffic Ordinance. The position allows for a $500 annual stipend.

For more information, please contact the Town Office at 802-434-5075.

To apply for the position, please submit a letter of interest outlining experience, capabilities, and availability to  clerkbolton@gmavt.net, or provide a hard copy to the Town Office at 3045 Theodore Roosevelt Highway, Waterbury VT 05676.  Thank you.

Seeking Volunteers!

The Town of Bolton is seeking volunteers to serve as an Alternate to Bolton’s Development Review Board (DRB), a representative to the Chittenden Solid Waste District (CSWD) Board, and CCRPC (Chittenden County Regional Planning Commission) Board.

The DRB Alternate would serve when/as needed.  Meetings are held the 4th Thursday of the month.  The DRB is the municipal body that, when required, is authorized and delegated to uphold and interpret the Bolton Land Use and Development Regulations (BLUDRs). It is also the board authorized to hear appeals from decisions of the Bolton Zoning Administrator. Board members receive a $10 per meeting stipend. Access more information about the role of the DRB here.

The CSWD Representative would serve as Bolton’s representative on that board.  Meetings are held the 4th Wednesday of the month. The Board of Commissioners is the governing body of the CSWD, and sets policy on solid waste management for the member communities. For more information about representing Bolton on the CSWD Board, please contact the CSWD at 872-8100.

CSWD Board Expectations

Please contact the Town Office if you are interested in serving our community – thank you!

Contact

Email: townclerk@boltonvt.com