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Time: Oct 14, 2020 06:15 PM Eastern Time (US and Canada)

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Posted: 10/14/20

Falls Area Community Television Annual Meeting Tonight

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Posted: 10/07/20

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Posted: 10/02/20

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Posted: 09/23/20

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Posted: 09/09/20

First Responder Walk to Remember and Spin ride at Flex Fitness Studio for Firefighter fundraiser

First Responder Walk to Remember
September 11th is fast approaching, a time when firefighters across the nation honor the 343 New York City Firefighters and dozens of Police and EMS that were lost that day. This event will bring firefighters from across the area for a "Walk to Remember" in Bellows Falls, Vermont on Saturday, September 12, 2020. EMS, Police, Dispatchers, and all first responders welcome to join us!
Two laps around downtown Bellows Falls beginning at the Bellows Falls Fire Station equal to 3.43 miles. Firefighters are encouraged to wear turnout gear and an air pack. Tools or American Flags highly encouraged! Let us gather together to show that our part of the country has not forgotten! Setup begins at 8 am, walk starts at 9 am.
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Also a spin ride taking place at Flex Fitness in Bellows Falls on Friday September 11th is to remember the 343 Firefighters who lost their lives that day. All money raised will go toward funding our new Firefighter Memorial Park here in downtown Bellows Falls.
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Posted: 09/08/20

Rockingham/Westminster Recycle Center Committee

Summary Report dated July 23, 2020

The manager formed a citizen’s committee to review recycle center operations and develop a set of
recommendations. The following five priorities were listed for immediate implementation.

Provide passionate leadership –
We need a leader to elevate operations and bring
business, community, and conservation minded acumen to our recycle center. Business
leadership means striving for full-cost capture by reducing expenses, seeking new revenue
sources, and increasing the customer base. Community leadership is about creating a
treasured space we can all take pride in and that motivates good stewardship and
encourages volunteerism. Conservation leadership is about taking advantage of secondary
commodity markets to ensure recycling material gets reused (not disposed of). This is the
highest priority recommendation because without proper leadership, the 4
recommendations below are simply not achievable.

Promote customer service –
“Attitudes are contagious, is yours worth catching?” Every
person who works or volunteers at the recycle center must be properly trained and make
serving the customer their highest priority. People should be treated well and provided with
assistance. Good customer service also improves transactional efficiencies and moves
people through the recycle center quickly and efficiently.

Improved site navigation –
Traffic queues create safety issues, confusion, and frustration.
We need to remodel the internal circulation pattern to prioritize getting vehicles off US
Route 5 and using the facility more efficiently. This includes removing the free drop and
using the building for recycling. A committee member produced a site plan for improving
customer flows – concepts like this should be vetted and then implemented.

Make smart investments –
We should prioritize upfront investments that pay themselves
off in the long-term. Two examples. (1) Other recycle centers view corrugated cardboard as
a ‘cash cow’ and yet we pay a company to remove this product for us. We could purchase a
baler that would allow us to compact, bale, and sell the cardboard. (2) The Town’s decision
to purchase access stickers is cheap compared to purchasing customized trash bags. The
expense comes later when we spend more time monitoring trash disposal and still there are
too many known examples of people not paying to dispose of their trash. Customized trash
bags are a higher upfront cost. We get our money back as we sell bags and it is much easier
to monitor trash disposal. These are just two important examples of capital investments
made now to lower operational costs and yield long-term savings.

Professional and business alliances –
It is important to ally ourselves with professional
organizations such as the Northeast Resource Recovery Association (www.nrrarecycles.org)
that can give us access to training, purchasing deals, and other resources. We also can
affiliate with local businesses who can sell trash bags. People need trash bags, rather than
visit the town hall we can encourage them to visit local businesses. In a time when
businesses need our help, this is a good strategy for increasing their customer traffic.

The Committee was comprised of Shaena Hakey (Walpole Recycle Center Staff), Cynthia Stoddard
(Westminster resident), Katie Dearborn (Westminster resident), Gaetano Putignano (Rockingham
Selectboard Chair and resident), and Pam Willard (Rockingham staff and resident). Each Committee
member volunteered their time at the recycle center, visited neighboring recycle centers, and
worked together as a group to develop these recommendations.
Posted: 08/11/20

Bellows Falls Ever Glorious Tribute Video Class of 2020 Filming information and participation

"Bellows Falls Ever Glorious - A Tribute to the BFUHS Graduating Class of 2020 Video" We will be filming at the Waypoint Center on Tuesday June 2 and Wednesday June 3 from 4pm-7pm. Please fill out the form if you want to be a part of the video. If you are not able to attend the filming dates but you want to still give a shout out to the class of 2020 you can also sumbit a link to a video that you would like to be included.

Posted: 06/01/20

Big Brothers and Big Sisters of VT fundraising event! "The Big Night In"

PSAS: Big Brothers Big Sisters Fundraiser! "Big Night In"
Big Brothers Big Sisters of Vermont is putting on a fundraising event to raise money. For more information
Big Brothers Big Sisters of VThttps://www.bbbsvt.org/
Posted: 05/20/20

COVID - 19 Economic and Community Response Information

COVID-19 Update – 5/1/20
Agency of Commerce and Community Development | COVID-19 Economic and Community Response
May 1, 2020

Stay Home, Stay Safe Addendum 12

Governor Phil Scott today released Addendum 12 to the Stay Home, Stay Safe Executive Order which includes updated mandatory health and safety guidelines for the continued phased restart of business in the state. It also provides updates on the size of work crews for outdoor businesses, construction, manufacturing, and distribution operations. Please see ACCD’s Memorandum to Businesses and Employers for the full details.

Restart Vermont Resources

As part of Addendum 12, it was announced that as businesses work toward reopening, each employer will need to develop a reopening and training plan to ensure the health and well-being of Vermonters as they return to work. ACCD is developing a new Restart Vermont Resources page to help businesses navigate this process in the lead up to opening any additional sectors in the weeks ahead. Resources will include templates and sample reopening and training plans.

Weekly COVID-19 Q&A for Municipalities

Hosted by VLCT and the Agency of Commerce and Community Development, this weekly question and answer webinar with Deputy Secretary Ted Brady is an opportunity for municipalities to ask questions and learn more about best practices, new tools, and resources to help cities and towns navigate these difficult times. The next webinar will be Monday, May 4th at 2 pm.

FAQs on Guidance for Farmers Markets

In advance of farmers markets opening after May 1st, the Agency of Agriculture, Food and Markets has developed a new set of frequently asked questions to provide clarification on published guidance. Vendors will need to significantly alter their business practices and use a “pre-order, local food pick-up” model to eliminate crowds and reduce contact with customers.

Business Impact

ACCD wants to hear from all Vermont businesses impacted by the response to the COVID-19 virus. Please share these impacts via the ACCD Business Impact Form, which will help us assess the full impact as we work toward solutions.