Tag Archives: permit

News Briefs
July 20, 2017

Goshen landowner fined for altering private dam without permit

GOSHEN—A Goshen resident was fined $9,750 for altering a dam on her property.

According to the Vermont Agency of Natural Resources, Suzanne Reider of Goshen received the fine for making alterations to the Stewart Pond dam on her property before receiving the necessary authorization from…

Local News
March 29, 2017

First Killington brewery receives Act 250 permit

By Stephen Seitz

KILLINGTON—The Killington Beer Co. has been issued an Act 250 permit to move into the Terra Median building at The Woods in Killington. The company received its permit on March 9. Attempts to reach the company’s Vince Wynn (who also serves on…

Local News
February 1, 2017

Permit issued for Killington Village

By Karen Lorentz

Many doubted the day would come, but on Jan. 23, 2017, an Act 250 amended permit was issued for Phase I of the Killington Village master plan. Due to an agreement reached Dec. 19, the appeal of the original Act 250 permit…

BJ’s withdraws Act 250 permit from Rutland Town location
Local News
September 21, 2016

BJ’s withdraws Act 250 permit from Rutland Town location

By Patricia Minichiello The developer looking to put a BJ’s Wholesale Club in Rutland Town, next to the Holiday Inn off Route 7 South, has withdrawn his Act 250 permit appeal. Developer Gene Beaudoin, with Saxon Partners, said Friday Sept. 16, it didn’t make sense…

Local News
September 7, 2016

Court hands down amended decision for Killington Village permit

By Karen D. Lorentz Judge Thomas S. Durkin, the Environmental Court judge who heard the Killington Village Act 250 permit appeals and rendered a June 21 merits decision and judgment order affirming the District #1 Environmental Commission’s permit subject to conditions, ruled on a motion…