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Welcome to MCTV

Welcome to Middlebury Community Television. To find a video, either scroll back in time at the bottom of the page, or enter a search term (like ID#4 or pipeline) or an individual's name in the search box below. (please be advised, our Search function is currently down and we are working to restore it.)

Lights, Camera, Action! Stopmotion Camp Apr. 2015

Over April vacation, Ilsley Public Library & MCTV offered a stop-motion animation camp. Here are the videos the kids produced.

Energy Efficiency-How Low Can You Go?

Acorn Renewable Energy Coop program 4/29/15

Middlebury Five-0: Ginger Lambert

A thrilling conversational jaunt through the rich and engaging life of this
community figure, focusing upon her role as 'Fitness Boot Camp' instructor,
bringing health and joy to people through rigorous, military-style workouts
- building self-esteem and generating a sense of team engagement. Ginger
talks about her evolution as an artist, creating wood-blocks and fashioning
work from found items.

Chronique Francophone Mai 2015

Selectboard 4/28/15

Town of Middlebury
Regular Selectboard Meeting
Tuesday, April 28, 2015
Large Conference Room
Town Offices - 94 Main Street

AGENDA
7:00
1. Call to Order
2. *Approval of Minutes of April 6, 2015 Selectboard Worksession, April 7, 2015 Special Selectboard Meeting and April 14, 2015 Regular Selectboard Meeting
3. *Approval of Agenda

7:10
4. **Citizen Comments [Opportunity to raise or address issues that are not otherwise included on this agenda]

7:15
5. *Annual Appointments to Town Boards, Commissions & Offices

7:25
6. *Carl Robinson, Executive Director of the Middlebury Area Land Trust (MALT) Regarding Land Conservation Efforts and Maintenance of the Boat House Bridge on the Trail-Around-Middlebury

7:35
7. *Award Mowing Bids

7:40
8. *Chief of Police Tom Hanley
8.a. Annual Update of Local Emergency Operations Plan
8.b. Discussion of Amendment of Parks Ordinance to Prohibit Camping on Town-owned Property off Mill Street & 94 Main Street
8.c. Update on Possible Amendment of Junk Ordinance

7:50
9. **Middlebury Business Development & Innovation Fund Executive Director Jamie Gaucher with an Update

8:00
10. **Local Project Manager Bill Finger with an Update on the Main Street & Merchants Row Overpass Bridge Replacement Projects

8:20
11. **Committee & Project Reports
11.a. Policy Review Committee Meeting of April 17, 2015
11.b. Planning Commission Meeting of April 20, 2015
11.c. Town Offices & Recreation Facility Building Committee Meeting of April 24, 2015

8:35
12. *Approve Name of New Road in South Ridge Development: Holly Lane
13. *Approve Loan Documents for Vehicle & Equipment Purchases Authorized by Town Meeting (If Available)
14. **FY15 Year-to-Date Budget Report as of March 31, 2015

8:45
15. *Approval of Check Warrants
16. *Town Manager's Report
17. Board Member Concerns
18. *Executive Session - If Needed
19. **Action on Matters Discussed in Executive Session

8:50
20. *Adjourn

* Decision Item
** Possible Decision

Additional information about most Agenda items is available on the Town's website, www.townofmiddlebury.org on the Selectboard page.

DRB 4/27/15

Selectboard 4/27/15: Info Session on Charter Amendments

Information Session on Charter Changes
Middlebury Town Offices
94 Main Street
Monday, April 27, 2015

Article 1: Shall the Town vote to adopt the following amendments to the Charter of the Town of Middlebury?

* Section 302, Elective officers, revise (5) as follows:
(5) Three auditors, unless the Town has voted to eliminate the office of auditor pursuant to 17 V.S.A. § 2651b.
* Section 304, Other elective officers, revise (b) as follows:
(b) The three auditors shall be elected in the same manner as described for the Board of Listers, in subdivision (a)(1) of this section, unless the Town has voted to eliminate the office of auditor pursuant to 17 V.S.A. § 2651b.
(1) The elected auditors shall be responsible for establishing and approving an independent municipal audit by a registered or certified public accountant. Such independent audit shall be required at least once a year.
(2) The auditors' duties shall otherwise be as established in 24 V.S.A. §§ 1681-1691.
(3) Notwithstanding anything to the contrary in 17 V.S.A. § 2651b(c), the Town may vote by ballot at an annual meeting, pursuant to 17 V.S.A. § 2651b(a), to eliminate the office of town auditor. If the Town votes to eliminate the office of auditor, the duties formerly carried out by the auditors shall be carried out in accordance with 17 V.S.A. § 2651b(a) and any other applicable statutes.
* Section 506, Compensation, revise (a) as follows:
(a) The auditors shall fix the compensation of the selectmen, unless the Town has voted to eliminate the office of auditor pursuant to 17 V.S.A. § 2651b, in which case the Town may fix the compensation of the selectmen at an annual meeting. If the Town has voted to eliminate the office of auditor and the voters fail to fix the selectmen’s compensation, the selectmen shall be compensated at the rate at which they were compensated during the immediately preceding year.

Judge William Sessions

Hawthorne Club and Henry Sheldon Museum Speaker 4/23/15

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