Town Hall Revote

Fairlee voters have petitioned to reconsider a voter-approved $850,000 Town Hall renovation project. (See earlier post: Town Hall Bond vote passes and Valley News coverage) … Continue reading

Lake Morey Greeters Wanted

The Town of Fairlee,Vermont, and the Lake Morey Protective Association are seeking “Greeters” for the Lake Morey Public Access Area for the 2017 season. The Greeters are responsible for educating boaters about the harmful effects of aquatic invasive species and what they can do to prevent the spread, provide courtesy boat inspections, and to stop invasive species introduction. A three-four hour ( you will be paid for your time) training workshop is required and will be available this spring. This … Continue reading

Dog Licensing/Rabies Clinics

Just a friendly reminder… Deadline for licensing your dog is Monday, April 3, 2017 Dogs may be licensed during the Town Clerk’s Office regular business hours : Monday thru Thursday 8:30am to 3:30pm and Friday 9am to noon/ or by appointment For an appointment or for information to process a dog license through the mail please contact the Town Clerk’s Office at 333-4363 or Fairlee Dog License Fee:  Spayed/Neutered $9.00 – Unspayed/Unneutered $13.00 Fairlee dogs may also be licensed … Continue reading

Benefit Auction of Slate Art

Silent Auction to benefit the Fairlee Town Hall Second Floor Access Project for Theater and Visual Arts. 27 local artists have donated works of art using original roof slates from the restoration of the Town Hall roof Saturday November 12, 3pm-6pm, Music and hors d’oeuvres will be provided! See details of the auction, images of the art and information about the restoration project here: Fairlee Vermont Town Hall … Continue reading

Water Main Flushing 10/10 – 10/14

Town of Fairlee Water Main Flushing Schedule The Town of Fairlee Water Department will be flushing the Water Mains starting on 10/10/16 and ending on 10/14/16 from 9:00 am to 5:00 pm. Customers may experience low water pressure, or slightly discolored water during this time period. The Town of Fairlee wishes to apologize in advance for any inconveniences this may cause to our customers. … Continue reading

Quinibeck Road Work starts Sept. 9

Quinibeck Road Update Work on Quinibeck Road is scheduled to start on or around September 9th, 2016 and should last several weeks. More than likely the 9th will be a mobilization day with the actual work starting on the 12th. People should expect delays and or road closures during this time frame. Work to be performed will consist of ditch work to the West side of the road from Hebbard Road down to Route 244. The Town of Fairlee apologizes … Continue reading

Tax bills mailed Aug. 3

The Town of Fairlee property tax bills were mailed on Wednesday, August 3, 2016. Taxes are due by Monday, October 3. Taxes become delinquent on Tuesday, October 4. Please call my office if you have not received your tax bill or have any questions. Thank you! Thanks! Melissa Gahagan Treasurer Town of Fairlee PO BOX 95 75 Town Common Road Fairlee, VT (802)333 -4947 FAX: (802)333-9214 … Continue reading

Board of Auditors Meeting

Notice Board of Auditors Meeting The Fairlee Board of Auditors will be meeting on Thursday, August 11, 2016 at 5:00pm in the front office of the Fairlee Town Hall. Purpose of the meeting will be to review the town’s financial records. … Continue reading

Vermont Primary Election

Tuesday, August 9, 2016 Polling place: Fairlee Town Hall Polling hours: 10am to 7pm The deadline for new voter registration to be eligible to vote in the Vermont Primary Election is Wednesday August 3, 2016 The Town Clerks office will be open until 5pm on August 3rd. Please bring a non-perishable donation for the Food Pantry, there will be a box located just outside the Town Office doorway. Sample Ballot  | Election Warning … Continue reading

Town Conversation July 25

Fairlee Priorities and Opportunities We invite every community member to a special Town Conversation on Monday, July 25th. From 4 to 5 in the afternoon, the Selectboard will meet with representatives from the Agency of Transportation (AOT) and Two Rivers Ottauquechee Regional Commission (TRORC) to discuss what our Town is able to do to calm traffic on state-maintained Route 5. Afterwards, we will have an open dialogue about priorities, and about strategies to attract more visitors, customers, and Town residents. … Continue reading