Green Up Day May 6

GREEN UP DAY IN FAIRLEE Bags available week before Green Up at Town Clerk’s Office. Green Up Day, volunteers meet at Fairlee Community Church at 10am. Bags can be dropped off at the Fairlee Comm. Church between 10 and 1 on GU Day. Refreshments provided. GUVSWD (Greater Upper Valley Solid Waste District) Special Collections on Green Up Day Sharon – Scrap Metal, Tires (Fee required), Used Motor Oil, Fluorescent Light Bulbs & Electronics. Sharon Town Garage Strafford – Scrap Metal … Continue reading

Downtown and Village Center Tax Credit

If you own a business in Fairlee’s Village Area you may qualify for a tax credit on any work on your facade and/or signage. The Village Area is roughly everything between the railroad and the Interstate from just North of the diner down to Birch Meadow Road on the South end. See the Zoning Map. Applications for State Downtown and Village Center tax credits are due annually on July 1. Application materials for the next round of funding will be … Continue reading

Bond Vote Warning

WARNING The legal voters of the Town of Fairlee, Vermont, are hereby notified and warned to meet at the Town Hall in the Town of Fairlee on Wednesday, April 26, 2017, between the hours often o’clock (10:00) in the forenoon (a.m.), at which time the polls will open, and seven o’clock (7:00) in the afternoon (p.m.), at which time the polls will close, to vote by Australian ballot upon the following Article of business: ARTICLE I Eight Hundred Fifty Thousand … Continue reading

Town Hall Bond Revote

Fairlee voters have petitioned to reconsider a voter-approved $850,000 Town Hall renovation project. (See earlier post: Town Hall Bond vote passes ) Per the Selectboard minutes of March 13, the date of Wednesday April 26, 2017 has been set for the revote. The Town of Fairlee Selectboard will schedule two bond hearings prior to the revote. The dates for the sessions are Wednesday April 5, 2017 at 7:00PM and Thursday April 13, 2017 at 7:00PM. Fairlee Voter Information – General … 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