Household Hazardous Waste Collection: Tuesday May 25 2021
Governor’s Order – Stay Home, Stay Safe March 24, 2020
**Town Hall CLOSURE UPDATE Effective March 25 through April 15, 2020 **
We wish to respect the public’s health in this troubled time and address the concerns of our community members. The Town Offices will be complying with the most recent statement from Gov. Phil Scott issuing a “Stay – at – home” order for all Vermonters with the exception of essential employers/ employees (i.e. Healthcare, Ems, Fire, Grocery stores, Road crews, Rubbish removal etc.)
As of 4:00 pm March 25th the Grafton Town Clerks Office will be shut down for mandatory quarantine until April 15th, 2020. Town Administrator will be in the office Mon-Thurs but with doors locked and no access to the building.
WHAT: QUARANTINE CLOSURE TO GENERAL PUBLIC
WHERE: ENTIRE PUBLIC BUILDING (Town Office and Town Highway Garage)
WHEN: MARCH 25 THRU APRIL 15
WHAT IF YOU REALLY NEED SOMETHING?
Emails will be monitored. Non-essential work will resume after we return. Requests for information/documentation that cannot be accessed or distributed electronically will be fulfilled upon our return.
GENERAL INQUIRES – Call or email us with your questions and concerns
Bill Kearns – Town Administrator, firstname.lastname@example.org
Phone – 802-843-2552
Home – 802-843-1320
Cell – 802-289-2393
Kim Record – Town Clerk/Treasurer, email@example.com
Home – 802-843-2579
Cell – 802-376-5480
Except for services, all of the following is still timely:
LAND RECORD RESEARCH: Our vault is available for research and updates By Appointments Only. The decision to come to our offices will be at your discretion. Our Policy regarding Search/Retrieval of Land Records has not changed. We WILL NOT conduct research for anyone regardless of the current situation as we do not carry Title Insurance and could be held liable should incorrect documentation be mistakenly sent. If you have deed references (book/page required) you may request documents to be emailed to you after fees are collected.
Press Release 3 11 2020:
Town Well Testing
Town Wells: As a precaution in early December 2018 the Selectboard had the water wells serving the Town Hall, Grafton Library and Town Highway Garage tested for PFAs and PFOAs by Verterre. All three wells tested “No Detections.” See this report: J46497-1 UDS Level 2 Report Final Report in particular page 5.
“I was able to visit the school earlier this week and work with our contractor to develop a preliminary investigation work plan. We plan on sampling a couple of the closest private wells to get some more data from deep groundwater and we will be focusing our testing on the shallow soil and groundwater near the school’s septic system and leachfield. The data that we get from this preliminary investigation will inform the need to sample elsewhere. We will not be sampling other wells in the town unless the data shows a reason to do so. It will be a few weeks before we can evaluate this next set of data.”
The Dept. of Environment Conservation Contractor, Verterre, which is doing the testing at the school, filed its initial report date Oct 22, 2018. As it now exists, the report is too large to post on this site. Contact Bill Kearns at firstname.lastname@example.org or 843 2552 and he will send it to you digitally, or you can come into Town Hall and read it. This si the meat of the report.
Please direct any comments and questions to Bill Kearns, Town Administrator