Vermont Business Magazine Putney community members are encouraged to join Phase 2 of our Future Putney Community Forum to set actionable priorities together for the future of the town. The meeting will be held on Monday, December 12th from 6:30pm to 9:00pm at Putney Central School.
The event is the second phase of a three-part community visit process where members of the Putney community will review potential action items, discuss and advocate for what is most important to the community, vote and sign up. and give you the opportunity to get started. Advance your priorities.
The first phase of the process, held in November, featured a series of meetings from members of the Putney community who shared ideas for action on key topics such as youth, families and aging, housing, community ties, and the economy and the economy. A public forum and a written survey were conducted. business vitality. A visiting team of state, federal, private, nonprofit, and charitable representatives attended the forums to hear ideas and continue to provide proactive resources as priorities became apparent.
All members of the Putney community are welcome and encouraged to actively participate on December 12th and play a key role in determining viable priorities for Putney’s future. No need to attend the first meeting. Complimentary pizza, drinks, and desserts.
The Vermont Rural Development Council (VCRD), a non-profit, nonpartisan organization dedicated to community development in Vermont, was invited to join the community by the Putney Select Board. Over the past 20 years, VCRD has worked with 86 communities in Vermont to connect residents through a facilitated and structured process to share ideas and move toward common solutions.
VCRD Executive Director Brian Lowe said: “We are excited to see what her members of the community will prioritize on December 12th. Whether or not you attended the first meeting, anyone associated with Putney is welcome to attend.”
The final phase of the community meeting took place on January 17th, when a new Volunteer Task Force team was launched to work with the Visiting Resources team to develop an action plan and provide technical support to advance the community-determined priorities. and make a list of financial resources.
Our Future Putney is supported by supporters and donors from the Vermont Department of Commerce and Community Development, Northern Borders Regional Commission, Vermont Community Foundation, and VCRD.
For more information, see: bit.ly/FuturePutney Contact the VCRD at 802-223-6091 or email Hannah Carpino at email@example.com.
Vermont Rural Development Council
The Vermont Rural Development Council (VCRD) is a non-profit organization dedicated to supporting locally defined progress in Vermont’s rural communities. VCRD is a dynamic partnership of federal, state, local, nonprofit, and private partners. The VCRD is actively non-partisan, has a reputation for community-based facilitation, and is uniquely positioned to sponsor and coordinate cross-category collaborative work of governments and organizations concerned with local import policy issues. . The organization successfully completed his 86 community visits, resulting in community-specific projects such as a new daycare center, sewage infrastructure, and downtown redevelopment.
12.5.2022. Montpellier.Vermont Rural Development Council