TRORC is an association of thirty municipalities in east-central Vermont. TRORC is governed by a Board of Representatives appointed by each of our member towns. Our primary goals are to advocate for the needs of our member towns, and to articulate a vision for building a thriving regional economy while enhancing the region’s quality of life. The Commission’s staff provides technical services to local, state and federal levels of government and to the Region’s non-profits and businesses.
For more information regarding the Act, please visit the website: http://www.watershedmanagement.vt.gov/permits/htm/pm_shoreland.htm. There is also a recently sent out a press release summarizing the Act: http://www.anr.state.vt.us/site/cfm/PressRel/Detail.CFM?ID=3448.
Find attached a flyer containing a brief description of the two permit programs within the Lakes and Ponds Program, Shorelands and Encroachment. Please distribute the flyer as you see fit, including, if possible a posting within your local town office, lake association bulletin board, etc.
Anyone is welcome to contact ANR with questions by email: ANR.WSMDShoreland@state.vt.us or phone: 802-490-6196. If you have questions regarding municipal delegation, please contact Susan Warren by email: Susan.Warren@state.vt.us, or phone: 802-490-6134.
This project includes the removal and replacement of the concrete deck, wingwalls and associated roadway work of Bridge No. 62A. Additionally, Bridge 62A and Bridge 66 will be repainted on the existing steel members. The allowable bridge closure period for Bridge 62A is 26 consecutive calendar days between July 8th and August 22nd, 2014. During [...]
Communities all around Vermont are using Municipal Planning Grants (MPGs) to help revitalize downtowns, become more resilient to flooding and to address a variety of local challenges. This year the legislature made $476,544 available for MPGs. The increase from last year’s funding recognizes the impressive accomplishments of the towns and cities that received these grants. [...]
A deadline for mapping all Class 1, 2, 3 and 4 Town Highways and Legal Trails is approaching and it is important for Towns, Cities and Villages to be aware that there is one year remaining to get any highways or trails added to the 2015 Certificate of Highway Mileage, and subsequently to the General [...]
Two Rivers-Ottauquechee Regional Commission has initiated a process to update several sections of the TRORC Regional Plan. Currently, we are looking to adopt the following changes to the Plan in late June: The Housing Resources element: Incorporated new Census 2010 data to reflect new housing trends, incorporated data from the “Housing Needs in East Central [...]