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BENNINGTON ARTS WEEKEND – August 3-5, 2018

15 Vermont 05201
802.442.5758

Bennington Arts Weekend 
Aug 3-5, 2018
it’s a weekend full of cultural, historical, and enjoyable events and activities.
In addition to all the large events during Bennington Arts weekend you
will also love our museums, galleries, live theatre and performances,
and our downtown restaurants and shops.

Come for the day, stay for the weekend!

Bennington Arts Weekend is proudly part of Vermont Arts 2018,
a project of the Vermont Arts Council

Friday   August 3rd  3rd                                            Aug              AA

10a – 5p     Southern Vermont Art & Craft Festival
Camelot Village, Rte. 9, Bennington

5p – 8p        First Friday, Downtown Bennington

6p – 8p       “Funtastic Friday”
Village Chocolate Shoppe, 471 Main St., Bennington

All Day        North Bennington Outdoor Sculpture Show
Throughout the Village of North Bennington

Museums, Galleries, Live Performances, Equity Theatre, Exhibits, and more

Saturday August 4th                            

There will be a free shuttle from the Home Brew Festival, Art and Craft Festival,
and downtown between 12pm and 4pm on Saturday.

10a – 5p     Southern Vermont Art & Craft Festival, Camelot Village
Camelot Village Route 9

11a – 1p     Bennington Farmer’s Market
River Walk – Depot Street

All Day        North Bennington Outdoor Sculpture Show
Throughout the Village of North Bennington

Museums, Galleries, Live Performances, Equity Theatre, Exhibits, and more

Sunday    August 5th                                             

10a – 4p     Southern Vermont Art & Craft Festival
Camelot Village Route 9

All Day        North Bennington Outdoor Sculpture Show
Throughout the Village of North Bennington

Museums, Galleries, Live Performances, Equity Theatre, Exhibits, and more
turday August 4th                            

There will be a free shuttle from the Home Brew Festival, Art and Craft Festival, and downtown between 12pm and 4pm on Saturday.  

Bennington Downtown Alliance
215 South Street
Beautiful Bennington, Vermont 05201
802.442.5758
admin@betterbennington.com

Select Board Meeting – July 23, 2018

M E E T I N G   N O T I C E
BENNINGTON SELECT BOARD

Monday, July 23, 2018
Bennington Fire Facility
Multi-Purpose Room -3rd Floor
130 River Street
Bennington, VT 05201

A G E N D A
6:00 PM                      

  1. Pledge of Allegiance
  2. Consent Agenda  (6:00 PM – 6:05 PM)
    A. Minutes – July 9, 2018
    B. Warrants
  3.  Citizens Comments (6:05 PM – 6:20 PM)
  4. WWTF Treatment Facility Phase II project costs(6:20 PM – 6:35 PM)
  5. BATS Children Pump Track at Stark Street Park(6:35 PM – 6:50 PM)
  6. UCS/Recreation Center Collaboration        (6:50 PM – 7:20 PM)
  7. Manager’s Report, if any                                 (7:20 PM – 7:25 PM)
  8. FY2019 Tax Rate                                               (7:25 PM – 7:30 PM)
  9. Other Business                                                  (7:30 PM – 7:45 PM)
  10. Executive Session                                             (7:45 PM)
    A. Contracts

 

 

 

 

 

DPW Roadwork July 23 – 27, 2018

Town of Bennington Project List

Week of July 23 – 27, 2018

 

Construction Notice: PFOA Water Line Extensions work continues as well as Town DPW Projects and State Paving Project work.  These may require road closures or lane reductions.  Please see below.

Rte 67A / North Bennington Road will be reduced to One-lane traffic from Hanaford Plaza to Water Street as this section begins PFOA Water Line Extension Work.  Local traffic (including buses) WILL be accommodated.  Men and equipment will be in the roadway.  Please use Caution and Expect Delays.

Austin Hill Road will be reduced to One-lane traffic for PFOA Water Line Extension Work (service line connections) through July 27th, 2018.  Local traffic (including buses) WILL be accommodated.  Men and equipment will be on edges of the roadway.  Please use Caution and Expect Delays.

Bard Road will be reduced to One-lane traffic for PFOA Water Line Extension Work (service line connections) through July 27th, 2018.  Local traffic (including buses) WILL be accommodated.  Men and equipment will be on edges of the roadway.  Please use Caution and Expect Delays.

Gypsy Lane continues to be Closed from Rte 9/West Road to Walloomsac Road to through traffic for PFOA Water Line Extension Work through July 27th.  Local traffic (including buses) WILL be accommodated.  Men and equipment will be in the roadway.  Please find alternate route.

Harrington Road (North Benn) will be reduced to One Lane between the Henry Bridge and the Wastewater Plant to through traffic for PFOA Water Line Extension Work through July 27th, 2018.  Local traffic (including buses) WILL be accommodated.  Men and equipment will be in the roadway.  Please use Caution and Expect Delays

Heaven’s Way will be Closed to through traffic for PFOA Water Line Extension Work through July 27th, 2018.  Men and equipment will be in the roadway.  Please use Caution and Expect Delays

Hillside Street (North Benn) will be reduced to One Lane for through traffic for PFOA Water Line Extension Work through July 27th, 2018.  Local traffic (including buses) WILL be accommodated.  Men and equipment will be in the roadway.  Please use Caution and Expect Delays

Matteson Road will be reduced to One-lane traffic from Rice Lane to Harlan Rd to through traffic for PFOA Water Line Extension Work through July 27th.  Local traffic (including buses) WILL be accommodated.  Men and equipment will be in the roadway.  Please use Caution and Expect Delays.

McCall Street (Monday & Tuesday) will be reduced to One-Lane Traffic as a Sewer Crew rebuilding manholes in preparation for paving.  Local traffic (including buses) WILL be accommodated.  Men and equipment will be in the roadway.  Please use Caution and Expect Delays.

Murphy Road will be reduced to One-Lane Traffic from Austin Hill to Henry Bridge for PFOA Water Line Extension Work through July 27th.  Local traffic (including buses) WILL be accommodated.  Men and equipment will be on edge of the roadway.  Please use Caution and Expect Delays.

Murphy Road will be reduced to One-Lane Traffic from Austin Hill to Paper Mill Bridge for PFOA Water Line Extension Work through July 27th.  Local traffic (including buses) WILL be accommodated.  Men and equipment will be on edge of the roadway.  Please use Caution and Expect Delays.

North Street (Tuesday) A Water Crew will be conducting a new water tap on North Street between Main Street and Pleasant Street.  North Street will be OPEN but reduced to One-lane traffic.  Men & equipment will be in the roadway.  Please use Caution and Expect Delays

North Bennington Road/ Rte 67A will be reduced to One-lane traffic from Hanaford Plaza to Water Street as this section begins PFOA Water Line Extension Work.  Local traffic (including buses) WILL be accommodated.  Men and equipment will be in the roadway.  Please use Caution and Expect Delays.

Park Street (North Bennington) will be reduced to One-Lane Traffic for PFOA Water Line Extension Work Local traffic (including buses) WILL be accommodated.  Men and equipment will be in the roadway.  Please use Caution and Expect Delays.

Pleasant Street (Wednesday & Thursday) A Water Crew will be replacing water valves on Pleasant Street between North Street and School Street.  To enter the Pleasant Street Parking lot, traffic must enter from School Street.  Two-way traffic will TEMPORARILY be allowed.  Men & equipment will be in the roadway.  Please use Caution and Expect Delays

Red Pine Road will be reduced to One-Lane Traffic for PFOA Water Line Extension Work through July 27th.  Local traffic (including buses) WILL be accommodated.  Men and equipment will be on edge of the roadway.  Please use Caution and Expect Delays.

River Road to Orebed Road will be reduced to One-Lane Traffic for PFOA Water Line Extension Work through July 27th.  Local traffic (including buses) WILL be accommodated.  Men and equipment will be on edge of the roadway.  Please use Caution and Expect Delays.

Riverside Drive will be reduced to One-Lane Traffic for PFOA Water Line Extension Work through July 27th.  Local traffic (including buses) WILL be accommodated.  Men and equipment will be on edge of the roadway.  Please use Caution and Expect Delays.

Royal Street (North Benn) will be reduced to one-lane traffic for PFOA Water Line Extension Work through July 27th, 2018.  Local traffic (including buses) WILL be accommodated.  Men and equipment will be on edge of the roadway.  Please use Caution and Expect Delays.

Scott Street will be CLOSED all week to through traffic while Highway crews excavate, remove & replace sidewalks, curbing and moving a fire hydrant.  Men and equipment will be in the roadway.  Please use find Alternate Route.

Silk Road will be CLOSED THURSDAY as Highway crews replace a culvert.  The rest of the week it will be reduced to One-lane traffic to finish PFOA Water Line Extension Work through July 27, 2018.  Men and equipment will be on edge of the roadway.  Please use Caution and Expect Delays.

South Street from Crescent Blvd to Merson St will be reduced to One-Lane traffic through August 10th.  A private contractor will be working with the Water Department to replace a water line crossing in anticipation of the Route 7 State Paving project.  Men & equipment will be in the roadway.  Please use Caution and Expect Delays for the next 3 weeks.

Susan Taylor Lane & Asa Way (North Bennington) will be reduced to one-lane traffic for PFOA Water Line Extension Work through July 27th, 2018.  Local traffic (including buses) WILL be accommodated.  Men and equipment will be on edge of the roadway.  Please use Caution and Expect Delays.

Vail Road will be reduced to one-lane traffic between Red Pine Rd and Silk Rd for PFOA Water Line Extension Work through July 27th, 2018.  Local traffic (including buses) WILL be accommodated.  Men and equipment will be on edge of the roadway.  Please use Caution and Expect Delays.

Walloomsac Road will continue to be Closed to through traffic between Dermody Rd and Fairview Street (only) for PFOA Water Line Extension Work through July 27th, 2018.  Local traffic (including buses) WILL be accommodated.  Men and equipment will be in the roadway.  Please find alternate route.

**William H. Morse Airport may be accessed by way of Dermody Road

Wilkie Way will be reduced to one-lane traffic for PFOA Water Line Extension Work through July 27th, 2018.  Local traffic (including buses) WILL be accommodated.  Men and equipment will be on edge of the roadway.  Please use Caution and Expect Delays.

 

TOWNWIDE:

Highway Crews continue Roadside Mowing, sign replacements and crosswalk painting around town.  Many roads may be reduced to One-lane.  Men and equipment will be in or on the edge of the roadway.  Please use Caution and Expect Delays.

 

STATE PROJECT:  Woodford Road / Rte 9 East: VTrans/State Highway Paving Project continues between Bennington (Rte 279 Entrance) and Wilmington.   Various finishing touches and follow-up work will take place this week.  These will have minimal impact on traffic; however please continue to take caution as men and equipment may be in and/or on the edge of the roadway.  Expect Minor Delays.

 

Reminder:

Residents and Contractors – Please make sure all loads are covered when taking leaves and or brush to the transfer station.

 

 

First Fridays – August 3, September 7, and October 5

 FIRST FRIDAYS
5-8pm Downtown Bennington
July, Aug, Sep, and Oct 2018

Join us in Downtown Bennington as we celebrate the first Friday of each month from July to October.  There’s a wide variety of activities for these First Fridays when many stores will be open until 8pm.    From 5pm until 8pm there will be live music and in-store sales promotions, dinner specials, Gallery Tour and Art Walk, Funtastic Friday’s at the Village Chocolate Shoppe, live productions at Oldcastle Theatre, and more!  

Each month you will find different activities to enjoy.

The Art Walk will involve local artists exhibiting their work in stores, restaurants and galleries. Mark your calendar to save the dates and get ready to celebrate the rich cultural nature of our town.

For more information on First Friday or to learn on how your organization can participate please call the Bennington Downtown Alliance at 802-442-5758.

First Fridays are proudly part of Vermont Arts 2018,
a project of the Vermont Arts Council

Midnight Madness – Thursday, July 19, 2018

Midnight Madness

Thursday, July 19, 2018

Midnight Madness returns on Thursday, July 19 2018 to Downtown Bennington. This downtown retail extravaganza is a terrific family event and community institution with incredible bargains all throughout downtown.

7-12 All Downtown Shops open late, some til Midnight.
The biggest sales event of the year!


For more information email us at admin@betterbennington.com or call the Bennington Downtown Alliance office (802) 442-5758.

Bennington-Wilmington NH SURF (51) [Route 9 Paving Project]

Proposed Work Schedule, Week of 7/16/18, Bennington-Wilmington NH SURF (51) [Route 9 Paving Project]

PROJECT LOCATION:   The Bennington-Wilmington paving project begins in the town of Bennington along Route 9 just west of the junction of Route 279 and Route 9 and continues easterly along Route 9 for approximately 16 miles. This paving project will include the towns of Bennington, Woodford, Searsburg and Wilmington, and ends at the Wilmington-Marlboro town line. A minor amount of work will be performed in Wilmington this year.

Work to be performed includes cold planing of the existing pavement, surface preparation, (including crack sealing, pothole repair and patching), a new layer of asphalt paving, installation of rumble strips in designated areas, pavement markings, and other related highway items.

RUMBLE STRIPS: The 14-day cure for the fog seal has elapsed.

LINE STRIPING: Permanent line striping is scheduled to begin the week of 7/16.

MISCELLANEOUS:  Crews will be completing miscellaneous work items along the project throughout the week of 7/16.

OTHER: The contractor and the State of Vermont will be addressing areas of concern for the town of Wilmington over the next couple of weeks that were specifically related to this project work.

TRAFFIC DELAYS:  Line striping operations will require lane shifts and/or single lane closures in the areas of active construction resulting in one way alternating traffic at times. Flaggers and uniformed traffic officers will be on site directing the flow of traffic. Minor delays may occur. Please plan your travel time accordingly.

Please focus on safety when driving through the construction work zone and remember, it is against the law to use a hand held cell phone while driving in Vermont.

Contact Natalie Boyle, Project Outreach Coordinator, EIV Technical Services, with any questions or concerns in regard to this project at 802-855-3893 or at nboyle@eivtech.com. For additional information regarding the construction project occurring along Route 9 this summer please go to our regional Facebook page entitled “VTrans Rutland Region Construction Contracts”. Periodic updates and pictures may be posted from time to time.

 

DPW Roadwork July 16-20

Town of Bennington Project List

Week of July 16 – 20, 2018

 

Construction Notice: PFOA Water Line Extensions work continues as well as Town DPW Projects and State Paving Project work.  These may require road closures or lane reductions.  Please see below.

 

Rte 67A / North Bennington Road will be reduced to One-lane traffic from Hanaford Plaza to Water Street as this section begins PFOA Water Line Extension Work.  Local traffic (including buses) WILL be accommodated.  Men and equipment will be in the roadway.  Please use Caution and Expect Delays.

Austin Hill Road will be reduced to One-lane traffic for PFOA Water Line Extension Work (service line connections) through July 20th, 2018.  Local traffic (including buses) WILL be accommodated.  Men and equipment will be on edges of the roadway.  Please use Caution and Expect Delays.

Bard Road will be reduced to One-lane traffic for PFOA Water Line Extension Work (service line connections) through July 20th, 2018.  Local traffic (including buses) WILL be accommodated.  Men and equipment will be on edges of the roadway.  Please use Caution and Expect Delays.

Gage Street (Wednesday) will be CLOSED between Branch Street and Bradford Street to through traffic as Highway crews repair sidewalk slabs.  Local traffic (including buses) WILL be accommodated.  Men and equipment will be in the roadway.  Please find alternate route.

Gypsy Lane continues to be Closed from Rte 9/West Road to Walloomsac Road to through traffic for PFOA Water Line Extension Work through July 20th.  Local traffic (including buses) WILL be accommodated.  Men and equipment will be in the roadway.  Please find alternate route.

Harrington Road (North Benn) will be reduced to One Lane between the Henry Bridge and the Wastewater Plant to through traffic for PFOA Water Line Extension Work through July 20th, 2018.  Local traffic (including buses) WILL be accommodated.  Men and equipment will be in the roadway.  Please use Caution and Expect Delays

Heaven’s Way will be Closed to through traffic for PFOA Water Line Extension Work through July 20th, 2018.  Men and equipment will be in the roadway.  Please use Caution and Expect Delays

Hillside Street (North Benn) will be reduced to One Lane for through traffic for PFOA Water Line Extension Work through July 20th, 2018.  Local traffic (including buses) WILL be accommodated.  Men and equipment will be in the roadway.  Please use Caution and Expect Delays

Main Street – (Monday NIGHT) will be reduced to One-lane traffic between Beech Street and Rockwood Street for water line valve replacement work in preparation for the State Rte 9 Paving project.    Local traffic (including buses) WILL be accommodated.  Men and equipment will be in the roadway.  Please use Caution and Expect Delays.

Main Street – (Tuesday Morning) will be reduced to One-lane traffic between Beech Street and Rockwood Street as Highway crews patch the water digs from previous night.  Local traffic (including buses) WILL be accommodated.  Men and equipment will be in the roadway.  Please use Caution and Expect Delays.

Matteson Road will be reduced to One-lane traffic from Rice Lane to Harlan Rd to through traffic for PFOA Water Line Extension Work through July 20th.  Local traffic (including buses) WILL be accommodated.  Men and equipment will be in the roadway.  Please use Caution and Expect Delays.

McCall Street (Monday) will be reduced to One-Lane Traffic as Highway Crews prepare the roadway for paving.  Local traffic (including buses) WILL be accommodated.  Men and equipment will be in the roadway.  Please use Caution and Expect Delays.

Murphy Road will be reduced to One-Lane Traffic from Austin Hill to Henry Bridge for PFOA Water Line Extension Work through July 20th.  Local traffic (including buses) WILL be accommodated.  Men and equipment will be on edge of the roadway.  Please use Caution and Expect Delays.

Murphy Road will be reduced to One-Lane Traffic from Austin Hill to Paper Mill Bridge for PFOA Water Line Extension Work through July 20th.  Local traffic (including buses) WILL be accommodated.  Men and equipment will be on edge of the roadway.  Please use Caution and Expect Delays.

North Street (MONDAY) Highway crews will be patching (2) water digs.  This includes the intersection at County St and the intersection at Adams Street.  North Street will be OPEN but reduced to One-lane traffic.  Men & equipment will be in the roadway.  Please use Caution and Expect Delays

North Bennington Road/ Rte 67A will be reduced to One-lane traffic from Hanaford Plaza to Water Street as this section begins PFOA Water Line Extension Work.  Local traffic (including buses) WILL be accommodated.  Men and equipment will be in the roadway. Please use Caution and Expect Delays.

Park Street (North Bennington) will be reduced to One-Lane Traffic for PFOA Water Line Extension Work Local traffic (including buses) WILL be accommodated.  Men and equipment will be in the roadway.  Please use Caution and Expect Delays.

Red Pine Road will be reduced to One-Lane Traffic for PFOA Water Line Extension Work through July 20th.  Local traffic (including buses) WILL be accommodated.  Men and equipment will be on edge of the roadway.  Please use Caution and Expect Delays.

River Road to Orebed Road will be reduced to One-Lane Traffic for PFOA Water Line Extension Work through July 20th.  Local traffic (including buses) WILL be accommodated.  Men and equipment will be on edge of the roadway.  Please use Caution and Expect Delays.

Riverside Drive will be reduced to One-Lane Traffic for PFOA Water Line Extension Work through July 20th.  Local traffic (including buses) WILL be accommodated.  Men and equipment will be on edge of the roadway.  Please use Caution and Expect Delays.

Royal Street (North Benn) will be reduced to one-lane traffic for PFOA Water Line Extension Work through July 20th, 2018.  Local traffic (including buses) WILL be accommodated.  Men and equipment will be on edge of the roadway.  Please use Caution and Expect Delays.

Silk Road will be OPEN but reduced to One-lane traffic to finish PFOA Water Line Extension Work through July 20, 2018.  Men and equipment will be on edge of the roadway.  Please use Caution and Expect Delays.

South Street from Prospect St to Merson St will be reduced to One-Lane traffic Monday, Tuesday & Wednesday.  Sewer Crews will be repairing a sewer main in anticipation of the Route 7 State Paving project.  Men & equipment will be in the roadway.  Please use Caution and Expect Delays

Susan Taylor Lane & Asa Way (North Bennington) will be reduced to one-lane traffic for PFOA Water Line Extension Work through July 20th, 2018.  Local traffic (including buses) WILL be accommodated.  Men and equipment will be on edge of the roadway.  Please use Caution and Expect Delays.

Vail Road will be reduced to one-lane traffic between Red Pine Rd and Silk Rd for PFOA Water Line Extension Work through July 20th, 2018.  Local traffic (including buses) WILL be accommodated.  Men and equipment will be on edge of the roadway.  Please use Caution and Expect Delays.

Walloomsac Road will continue to be Closed to through traffic between Dermody Rd and Fairview Street (only) for PFOA Water Line Extension Work through July 20th, 2018.  Local traffic (including buses) WILL be accommodated.  Men and equipment will be in the roadway.  Please find alternate route.

**William H. Morse Airport may be accessed by way of Dermody Road

Wilkie Way will be reduced to one-lane traffic for PFOA Water Line Extension Work through July 20th, 2018.  Local traffic (including buses) WILL be accommodated.  Men and equipment will be on edge of the roadway.  Please use Caution and Expect Delays.

 

TOWNWIDE:

Highway Crews will also be conducting Roadside Mowing, sign replacements and crosswalk painting around town.  Many roads may be reduced to One-lane.  Men and equipment will be in or on the edge of the roadway.  Please use Caution and Expect Delays.

 

STATE PROJECT:  Woodford Road / Rte 9 East: VTrans/State Highway Paving Project continues between Bennington (Rte 279 Entrance) and Wilmington.   Various activities (paving, crack sealing & shoulder work) will require lane changes and One-lane Traffic throughout this stretch.  Take caution as much of this portion is currently scarified.  Men and equipment will be in the roadway.  Please use Caution and Expect Delays.

 

Reminder:

Residents and Contractors – Please make sure all loads are covered when taking leaves and or brush to the transfer station.

 

 

Town Manager’s Column – July 2018

ALL ABOUT TOWN
Stuart A. Hurd, Town Manager

How about that incredible heat during the first week in July? I do want to thank the Bennington Fire Department for “making it rain” for those few days when the temperatures were pushing triple digits with high humidity. I’ve heard that some of our police officers took a turn in the rain. Perhaps they were inspired by the Chief’s example on the slip and slide at Monument School.

This week, we opened bids for the second phase of the Waste Water Treatment Facility (WWTF) upgrade. The estimated total cost for this work is $5.37 million. The bids must be tabulated and compliance with the bid requirements confirmed by our engineers at Aldrich and Elliott. We will present the final tabulation to the Select Board at the July 23rd board meeting. Overall, it appears that the full project including the RBC work now underway will come in below the full bond amount.

The construction season continues to be very busy. The contractors working on the water system expansion dealing with the PFOA contamination are moving along with an October/November end date in mind. The Routes 7 and 9 State paving project is scheduled to start after July 30 here in Bennington. The contractor will pave from the Kocher Drive intersection with Route 7 south to the Park Lawn Cemetery and from the 4 Chimneys Inn through Old Bennington on east to the intersection of Route 279 and Route 9. The project is a mill and pave project. One lane traffic will be maintained, and no night work is contemplated. The State is also planning a similar paving project along Route 67A through a portion of North Bennington. I believe that work will start July 18. We continue our preparation for the Bennington project. You most likely noticed the great job the Town crews did on the Benmont Avenue bridge over the Walloomsac River. This work required milling the pavement; laying a membrane to seal the bridge surface; and repaving the surface. The project looks and feels great when driving over the bridge. There’s much more to do. Once again, this is a very busy time. Please bear with us.

The Summer Program, Camp Green Mountain, provided by the Berkshire Y at the Bennington Recreation Center is now underway. This is its second year. The program runs from July 2 until August 24, Monday through Friday, 9 AM until 4:30 PM. and is for grades 1-8. I am told that 354 children have signed up for this program. For more information, contact Kathy Mancini at kmancini@bfymca.org or call 413-663-6529, ext. 245. Information is available at the Bennington Recreation Center.

The Putnam Redevelopment Project moves ever closer to fruition. A recent press release indicated  the funding mechanisms are nearly in place. A Fall closing continues to be projected. I am so impressed by the perseverance of the Bennington Redevelopment Group (BRG). Made up of local institutions and private investors, this group has faced and leaped so many hurdles. This will be a transformative project.

I note here that some in this community, using social media, seem to want to tear down anything that may be good for this Town. Some of the posts contain blatant lies, innuendo, and charges of corruption with no basis.  It’s a sad commentary on the times. Unfortunately, it’s here to stay.

Remember, if anyone has any questions or suggestions arising from this column or on any town matters, please contact me at 442-1037 or stop in at the Town Offices on South Street.

Stuart Hurd is Bennington’s Town Manager. He writes a monthly column on town issues.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Lower Playground at Willow Park – July 15, 2018

The lower playground at Willow Park will be unavailable for use on Sunday, July 15th, 2018, from 9am – 1pm.
Bennington Rural Fire Department will be holding a Confined Spaces training, and the playground will be roped off.

 

Free! SUMMER MEALS FOR KIDS & TEENS

Summer Meals Schedule 2018