Not-for-Profit, Award-Winning Community News and Views for Windham County, Vermont • Since 2006
Town and Village

Dummerston faces several vacancies for key town positions

DUMMERSTON—Several opportunities to get involved in Dummerston’s municipal government are coming up this Town Meeting Day.

“At the top of the list, Pam McFadden will not be running for re-election to the Town Clerk’s position,” Selectboard Chair Zeke Goodband told The Commons. The Town Clerk is a 30-hour-per-week position with pay and benefits.

The Town Treasurer position will also be open come Town Meeting Day. Laurie Frechette is not seeking re-election. This is a paid, 15-hour-per-week job.

Two seats are opening on the Selectboard: a three-year term and a two-year term.

In addition, Goodband said, “I don’t have information for the Listers at this time but there is at least one opening for a Library Trustee."

To be considered for any of these positions, interested parties must go to the Town Office and pick up a petition form, then collect 17 signatures from registered Dummerston voters to get their name on the ballot for Town Meeting Day on March 1.

“Their petition needs to be turned back in to the Town Office later in January, usually around the third week,” Goodband said, adding, “If someone had questions or wanted more information they could contact the Town Office or call or email any Selectboard member."

What do you think? Leave us a comment

Editor’s note: Our terms of service require you to use your real names. We will remove anonymous or pseudonymous comments that come to our attention. We rely on our readers’ personal integrity to stand behind what they say; please do not write anything to someone that you wouldn’t say to his or her face without your needing to wear a ski mask while saying it. Thanks for doing your part to make your responses forceful, thoughtful, provocative, and civil. We also consider your comments for the letters column in the print newspaper.

Add Comment

* Required information
1000
Out of 56, 14 or 27, which is the smallest?
Captcha Image
Powered by Commentics

Comments (0)

No comments yet. Be the first!

Originally published in The Commons issue #337 (Wednesday, December 23, 2015). This story appeared on page D3.

Related stories

More by Wendy M. Levy