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The 2020 Census is upon us and hiring NOW! Wages range between $16.50 - $20/hr.

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Why Essex? is a weekly(ish) column highlighting the people and places that make Essex an interesting and special place. Have an idea for the column? E-mail Darby Mayville at darby@ essexjunction.org.

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The US and State of Vermont flags will remain at half staff on Wednesday, April 17 as a sign of respect for Rep. Robert Forguites.

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The Essex Community Justice Center will be hosting a screening of "Downstream: The Effects of Parental Incarceration" on Tuesday, May 7th at 6:30 PM.

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The US and State of Vermont flags will be at half staff until Wednesday, April 17 as a sign of respect for Alexander Valentino (Tino) Acebo who passed away on April 11, 2019. Mr. Acebo served as Vermont’s Auditor of Accounts from 1970 to 1993.

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Why Essex? is a weekly(ish) column highlighting the people and places that make Essex an interesting and special place. Have an idea for the column? E-mail Darby Mayville at darby@essexjunction.org.

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Burlington International Airport is undertaking a master planning process to determine long-term development plans, terminal needs, airfield needs, and the financial requirements to fund each of the initiatives.

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Why Essex? is a weekly(ish) column highlighting the people and places that make Essex an interesting and special place. Have an idea for the column? E-mail Darby Mayville at darby@ essexjunction.org.

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Voting will take place on Tuesday, April 9.

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Why Essex? is a weekly(ish) column highlighting the people and places that make Essex an interesting and special place. Have an idea for the column? E-mail Darby Mayville at darby@ essexjunction.org.

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The Village Annual Meeting will be held on Wednesday, April 3 at 7 PM at Essex High School.

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The Village of Essex Junction is seeking citizen volunteers for various boards and committees.

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 The PC is in the process of updating the Comprehensive Plan, and needs your input!

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Over the next few weeks, the Village of Essex Junction will be removing trees over four inches in diameter on a parcel of municipally-owned land on the corner of Main Street and Fairview Drive.

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Hard copies of the Village Annual Report will be available by Friday, March 29. 

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On Thursday, April 4th, the Village of Essex Junction Tree Advisory Committee and Branch Out Burlington will host a Tree Keeper Training.

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This is a reminder that state law requires all dogs over 6 months old to be registered by April 1st of each year.

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Why Essex? is a weekly(ish) column highlighting the people and places that make Essex an interesting and special place. Have an idea for the column? E-mail Darby Mayville at darby@ essexjunction.org.

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The Village understands that sidewalk conditions have been challenging this year for walkers. We have put a lot of time and salt on our sidewalks this year.

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Why Essex? is a weekly(ish) column highlighting the people and places that make Essex an interesting and special place. Have an idea for the column? E-mail Darby Mayville at darby@ essexjunction.org.

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Why Essex? is a weekly(ish) column highlighting the people and places that make Essex an interesting and special place. Have an idea for the column? E-mail Darby Mayville at darby@ essexjunction.org.

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The second installment of the 2018-19 property taxes are due March 15, 2019.

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Why Essex? is a weekly(ish) column highlighting the people and places that make Essex an interesting and special place. Have an idea for the column? E-mail Darby Mayville at darby@ essexjunction.org.

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EJRP employees Harlan Smith and Matthew Smith were awarded a scholarship to attend Certified Playground Inspector training. 

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Why Essex? is a weekly(ish) column highlighting the people and places that make Essex an interesting and special place. Have an idea for the column? E-mail Darby Mayville at darby@ essexjunction.org.

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Governor Phil Scott recently named three Essex residents to state boards/commissions.

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Essex residents Jeremy Brennan, Samuel Evans, Jacob Lemieux, Drew Marcotte, Benjamin Slattery, Spencer Slattery, and Timothy Yandow were honored with a resolution after achieving the rank of Eagle Scout in 2018.

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Nominating petitions for the 2019 Annual Village and School Meetings are now available.

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Why Essex? is a weekly(ish) column highlighting the people and places that make Essex an interesting and special place. Have an idea for the column? E-mail Darby Mayville at darby@ essexjunction.org.

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In February 2019, the Village of Essex Junction submitted an application to renew our bronze-level Bicycle Friendly Community status. To help the League gain a better understanding of local bicyclists’ experiences and perceptions of bicycling in the Village, we would appreciate your help in providing feedback. 

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