- Windham County VT Status Site is Moving
- Daily News Highlights – Wednesday September 7
- VTSBDC Handout
- Brattleboro Provides Information Update
- Load the Latchis Rescheduled for September 14
- Flood Watch Through Tonight
- Daily News Highlights – Tuesday September 6
- AOT Update, September 6
- Road Washouts in Wardsboro
- WindhamStatus Changes
Monthly Archives: August 2011
The Windham Regional Commission has talked to the state about concerns of folks mucking things out and coming into contact with potential crud in the muck. Basically, if you’re cleaning out muck you should wear dust masks and gloves and … Continue reading
FEMA Update 20110831 (53KB PDF, 2 pages) This is an initial update that lets you know what to expect from FEMA – it provides some general information, advice, and a description of how the reimbursement process works. Highlights include: FEMA reimburses … Continue reading
Today (Wednesday) at 1:30 the Red Cross moved their Brattleboro shelter from BUHS to the Gibson Aiken Center, 207 Main St.
Residential Flood Recovery (688KB PDF file) This book (from FEMA and the American Red Cross) gives step-by-step advice you can use to clean up, rebuild, and get help after a flood. Before you start, read the safety precautions at the top … Continue reading
The Route 9 bus from Readsboro to Wilmington and the Route 7 bus from the Health Center to Mount Snow are running again as of today! Check the DVTA MOOVER! website for updates.
There are three road maps on the Maps page – one is the Vermont AOT map (should be up to date for major roads), one is updated daily by the Windham Regional Commission with town reports (so it should be … Continue reading
The Brattleboro Area Hospice will be holding a work bee at Experienced Goods on Flat Street to salvage what they can starting at 10 am Thursday; call 246-1395 if interested.
The Brattleboro Farmers’ Market has begun the rebuilding process after sustaining serious flood damage during Hurricane Irene’s rains on Sunday. The market is repairing large holes in the lower parking lots and vending circle caused by the flood waters and … Continue reading
From Brattleboro Town Manager’s Office, August 31, 2011, 3:00pm Elm Street is open between Canal Street and Elliot Street. Flat Street and Frost Street remain closed at this time. The bridge is open at the five-street intersection (Elliot Street, Birge Street, … Continue reading