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Wastewater - Requests For Qualifications

Independent contract services for Village of Hyde Park, VT wastewater system, leach field treatment #2. Contractor shall hold and maintain a minimum Grade 1 Operator Certificate in accordance with the Wastewater Treatment Facility Operator Certification Rule, as amended. Immediate need. Please send qualifications to carol.robertson@hydeparkvt.com.

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Resident Project Representative, Dufresne:

Charlie Flower (Cell: 802.279.3546) 

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Wednesday, July 14

Community Room & Zoom

6 PM to 6:55 PM - Planning Commission

7 PM - Board of Trustees



Wed., August 18, 6 PM - Notice of Public Hearing and Bylaw Amendment


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Why Hyde Park Electric objects to new net-metering: 

Letter of Objection

NREL Article


Letter to the Selectboard

Renters: Need help paying past due utility bills because of COVID-19? The Department of Public Service can help eligible Vermont residential renters. You do not need to be late on your rent to apply. Find out more at https://publicservice.vermont.gov/

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Welcome Jeremy Tatro!

We are very pleased to announce that Jeremy Tatro, 1st Class Lineman with 19 years of service to Morrisville W&L, started work on May 3. 

John Strek will dedicate his time from May to his Oct/Nov retirement assisting to meet the state's water compliance schedule, satisfying water and wastewater regulatory requirements, to include preparing safety, maintenance and operational procedures.

Welcome Loren Leahy!

Loren started part-time on June 22. 

She grew up in Elmore, holds a BFA from The Maine College of Art and is a practicing artist from her home in the Village. She was most recently a grocery buyer at MOCO. We are very pleased that she joined our team.