Vermont seeking comment about Hud Programs: Each year the State of Vermont - Agency of Commerce and Community Development, Agency of Human Services and Vermont Housing and Conservation Board receives funding for HUD programs through the Consolidated Plan or Annual Plan update process which identifies priorities based on needs from the housing needs assessment, market analysis, citizen and stakeholder input.  At the end of the program year the state is required to report on the performance outcomes outlined from those plans in their Consolidated Annual Performance and Evaluation Report (CAPER).  They have completed the FY22 Program Year DRAFT CAPER which includes the outcomes for the following programs: Community Development Block Grant (CDBG) HOME Investment Partnership Program (HOME) Housing Trust Fund (HTF) Emergency Solutions Grant Program (ESG); and Community Development Block Grant CARES Act (CDBG-CV) Emergency Solutions Grant Program CARES Act (ESG-CV).   As a representative for a unit of general local government, please share the attached notice with your local residents including minorities,The state is seeking comments by September 27, 2023.


Primary Election Notice

Vermont’s Primary election will take place August 9th, and you can vote early. Please call or email the Vernon Town Clerk’s office 802 257 0292 or .We can mail you a ballot, or stop in.

Voting will take place in person August 9 from 7 AM until 7 PM in the basement of Vernon Town Hall. Youcan also register to vote on election day, or if you choose to pick up your ballot earlier. If you are already registered to vote, you do not need to do so again.

Each voter will be given a Democratic, Progressive and a Republican ballot. Yoi canb vote on  only one, Send both the voted ballot in the voter envelope and the non voted ballots in the non voted envelope. You can either mail them or place them in the outside drop box at town hall.