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Warnings & Agendas

Wed. August 10, 2022

Lanphear Memorial Library

6:00PM

Planning Commission

7:00PM

Board of Trustees

AGENDA

Welcome to the Official Municipal Website of the Village of Hyde Park, Vermont - your source of information about Village governance, services, our community and utilities; serving areas within the towns of Hyde Park and Johnson. 

Our mission is to be Vermont’s most resilient community by sustainability of our resources and utilities: Hyde Park Electric, Hyde Park Water and Wastewater Districts.
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Our responsibilities are to serve local interests within the boundaries of our authority and provide the most affordable utility services consistent with safety, reliability and regulatory compliance.

County Lawsuit Defense

Summary of Board Action

 

Learn more about fixed cost allocation:

Cost-Causation Principles

Volunteer Opportunities

Village Planning

Land Use & Zoning

Parks & Gardening

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Bee on Flower

Thanks to Denise Greene, member of the Town Energy Committee, a new section of pollinators is coming to the Elsa French Park! Please contact us if you would like to volunteer for clean-up days to maintain the park or assist in future projects. Your suggestions and ideas are always most welcome.

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Utility Assistance Opportunities

  • The Vermont Emergency Rental Assistance Program (VERAP) was created to help renters dealing with financial challenges related to the COVID-19 pandemic. For eligible households, the program offers rental and utility assistance to help Vermonters avoid eviction or loss of utility service. ERAP was established by the Consolidated Appropriations Act 2021.​​

      Find out more at https://erap.vsha.org

  • The Vermont Department for Children and Families (DCF) just launched the Low Income Household Water Assistance Program (LIHWAP) to help eligible households pay their water and wastewater bills. Eligible households are those with gross household income below 60% of the state median income based on household size. Priority will be given to households whose water/wastewater has been disconnected or is at risk of being disconnected.

 

 

  • Vermont Homeowner's Assistance Program (VHAP) is now accepting applications from Vermont homeowners who are behind on their housing expenses due to the COVID-19 pandemic. Funded through the Federal American Rescue Plan Act, the Vermont Homeowner Assistance Program provides grants for eligible Vermont homeowners for missed payments on their mortgage, utilities (water/sewer, electricity, home heating), property taxes, and homeowner's or condominium association fees. The program is restricted to expenses related to a homeowner's primary home (other eligibility criteria apply). If applicants are approved, payments will be made directly to service providers. VHAP is being supported, in whole or in part, by federal award number HAFP-0040 awarded to the State of Vermont by the US Department of the Treasury. 

To learn more and apply, visit vermonthap.vhfa.org or call (833) 221-4208. 

Since January 1, 2021, Hyde Park Electric has objected to each new NMR application due to potential risk to distribution system stability, reliability and safety.

 

There have been no new net-metering additions since January 1 2021. 

 

We trust that this most recent letter of objection explains the current circumstance in greater detail. If you have questions, please contact us.

Letter of Objection to

New Net-Metering 

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Fire Flow Protection

Savings for the Town

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