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Montpelier Conservation Commission


The Conservation Commission consists of seven members and three alternates appointed by the City Council for terms ranging from one to four years. Its duties are to carry out the goal of the City Master Plan to "preserve, enhance, and maintain the natural; the integration of built and natural settings; the special areas; and the high level of environmental quality which make Montpelier unique" and to inventory and advise the Planning Commission, the Development Review Board, and the City Council concerning the protection of natural features and environmental quality.

 
Meetings

The Conservation Commission generally meets on the second Thursdays of the month, 7:00 PM in Montpelier City Hall, 39 Main Street. The Commission may also schedule special meetings, subcommittee meetings, or workshops in addition to its regular schedule.

Members are urged to let staff know as early as possible if they will be unable to attend a scheduled meeting so arrangements can be made to ensure a quorum.


Archived meeting agendas and minutes
These can be found by searching the Document Archive.

 


Contact Us: 

Montpelier
Conservation Commission
City Hall, 39 Main Street
Montpelier, VT 05602-2950
Roy Schiff, Chair.

 



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Jul 06, 2015 7:00 pm

Development Review Board

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Jul 07, 2015 5:30 pm

Design Review Committee meeting

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Jul 09, 2015 8:00 am

Montpelier Bicycle Advisory Committee walking meeting

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Conservation Commission Vacancies

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Join the Montpelier Conservation Commission on January 14 for a presentation by U-32 Marine and Fresh Water Biology class followed by an open discussion on methods to mitigate damage caused by beavers on riparian plantings along the Winooski

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