Selectboard to hold public hearing about proposed Town Plan

BRATTLEBORO — The Brattleboro Selectboard will conduct a public hearing on Monday, Jan. 14, at 6 p.m., to receive public input and testimony concerning the proposed Town Plan.

The hearing is in the Selectboard Meeting Room at the Municipal Center, 230 Main St.

According to Sue Fillion, of the Planning Services Department, the Selectboard held several public hearings on the proposed Town Plan throughout November and December, and worked their way through most of the plan.

This hearing will begin by taking comments on the Land Use chapter. The public is encouraged to review the draft, attend this meeting, and provide the Selectboard with their feedback on the plan, Fillion said.

The Land Use chapter is a core component of the Town Plan, and is mandated by Vermont statute. It guides municipal decisions related to land use and development regulations.

Copies of the proposed Town Plan are available for review at the Planning Services Department on the second Floor of the Municipal Center, at the Brooks Memorial Library, and on the town website,

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