News Archive

The Charter vote for the City of Essex Junction passed overwhelmingly (88%) in November with 3,070 yes votes to 411 no votes.  While there have not been any more work sessions on independence, there has been a lot of work done by the Trustees to prepare for the legislature to consider the Charter and to form the City government.  We will continue to provide routine updates on the status of independence moving forward and apologize for the long gap since the vote. 

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The Essex Junction Board of Trustees have appointed senior staff members Wendy Hysko and Brad Luck as interim co-managers to oversee Village operations when current manager Evan Teich’s contract expires in February 2022. Hysko and Luck will begin working with Teich immediately to assure a smooth transition

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To help the Town and Village decide whether to put a local option tax question on the next annual meeting ballot, and how to use the revenue if a local option tax is approved, we want to hear from residents and businesses.

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Our annual kick-off to the holidays is back! New and improved, the Train Hop has transitioned to Holly Jolly Junction.

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Residents of the Town and Village will again have the opportunity to recycle their Christmas trees after the holiday season.

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The Town of Essex and Village of Essex Junction are separately considering both of these options within their jurisdictions. 

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December 1st through April 1st - 12 midnight to 7:00 AM

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