Monday, Oct. 17

Bennington Planning Commission: Town Office Conference Room, 5 p.m. Agenda: 1. General Discussion of Planning Commission Priorities 2. Other Business

CDC finance committee: CDC conference room, 6:30 p.m. Agenda: 1. Adult Education 2. Manufacturing Bids 3. Update on budget development 4. Executive session (contracts/personnel) 5. Other

CDC regular meeting: CDC Assembly Room, 7 p.m. Agenda: 1.Call to Order 2. Public Comments 3. Consent Agenda 4. Cash Flow 5. Revenue and Expenses 6. Committee Reports: Policy, Finance 7. Action Items, Policies for Approval, 1030C-School Safety, 5005C-Reporting of Child and Vulnerable Adult Abuse, Sexual Abuse and Sexual Violence, Policies for Warning, 4450C Staff Conflict of Interest, 3150C Travel Reimbursement, Adult Education, Manufacturing Bids 8. Superintendent's Report 9. Chairman's Report 10. Executive Session for Personnel and Contracts 11. Other

Shaftsbury Select Board: Cole Hall, 6:30 p.m., Agenda: 1. Call to Order 2. Conflict of Interest Statement 3. Approval of Minutes 4. Warrants 5. Announcements – Public hearings on Zoning Bylaw Changes 6. Public Comments 7. Treasurers Report 8. Road Foreman Report 9. PFOA – Landfill Update 10. Sidewalk Project Corner of 7A and Church 11. Proposed New Town Garage 12. Grand List Errors and Omissions 13. GIS Internet Services Agreement 14. Request for Water Board Hearing – Delinquent Account (Next Meeting 11-7-16) 15. Petition to increase Route 7 Speed Limit 16. Other Business 17. Review of Action Items 18. Executive Session re: a. Real Estate (if needed) b. Personnel c. Legal 19. Adjournment

Tuesday, Oct. 18

Bennington Development Review Board: Bennington Fire Facility, third floor, 6:30 p.m. Agenda: 1. Minutes 2. Interested Persons - Appeal Rights - Reading of witness' oath 3. Disclosure of Ex parte Communications and Conflicts of Interest 4. Southwestern Vermont Health Care, 100 Hospital Drive, seeking Development Plan approval for new boiler facility. 5. Other Business

Wednesday, Oct. 19

Pownal School Board: Pownal Elementary School, 5:30 p.m. Agenda: 1. Opening: Pledge of Allegiance 2. Presentation: 2016-17 State of the School & Action Steps, Laura Boudreau and Todd Phillips 3. Public Comments 4. Action Items A. Financial 1. Treasurer's Reports for September B. Consent agenda C. Policies (None) D. Facilities Update 5. Superintendent's Report 6. Principal's Report 7. Chair's Report 8. FYI A. Budget Status Report B. SVSU Student Enrollment for October C. #5200 Fund-Raising D. Donation of $100 received from One World Conservation Center E. ACT46 Study Committee minutes of August 30 F. ACT46 Public Forum minutes of Sept. 27

Thursday, Oct. 20

Sunderland Select Board: Sunderland Town Hall, 6:30 p.m. Agenda: 1. Call to order 2. Introduction of those present 3. Sunderland Safe Road (SSR) Committee will present a Modified 2017 Bike Pedestrian Grant Proposal for work along Sunderland Hill Road to improve the safety of the road. SSR committee will conduct a public forum at the beginning of the Selectboard meeting. Discussion will be on a modified proposal for 2017 Bike/Pedestrian Grant Application. The public is encouraged to attend. 4. Approval of minutes from previous meeting 5. Public Comment 6. Reports from Road Liaison and/or Highway Foreman 7. Old Business, Storm water master plan discussion – Jim Henderson & Evan Fitzgerald, Town Hall Roof issues – update. Kelley Stand Rd speed limit reduction to 25 – discussion on approach, Covered bridge/Arlington truck issues – Update 8. New Business, Budgeting for next fiscal year, Zoning Admin – discuss options, Review of bills and signing of selectboard's orders, Review of correspondence

Tuesday, Oct. 25

BRSU bargaining council: BRSU conference room, Sunderland, 6:30 p.m. Agenda: 1. Call to Order 2. Executive Session requested for Negotiations 3. Adjournment


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