TOWN OF MIDDLEBURY SPECIAL SELECTBOARD MEETING
BRIDGE & RAIL PROJECT PUBLIC INFORMATION MEETING
REVIEW OF DOWNTOWN CONSTRUCTION PLAN FOR SUMMER AND FALL 2020
WEDNESDAY, JULY 8, 2020
VIA ZOOM VIDEOCONFERENCING
(See below for instructions)
This meeting will be held via Zoom (hosted by VHB)
and will also be broadcast by MCTV
to Comcast Channel 1071 and
streamed live to MCTV's YouTube channel:
The Middlebury Selectboard will host a virtual public meeting with representatives from the Vermont Agency of Transportation and Kubricky Construction Corp. to inform the community about the timeline, activities, and impacts of this summer’s construction of the new downtown tunnel and the work to follow through the end of 2020.
- The sequence of construction activities during the 10-week shutdown of Main Street to thru traffic starting Monday, July 13
- Plans to mitigate impacts of construction on pedestrians and motorists and downtown residents, businesses, and organizations during the closure
- An overview of the upcoming Middlebury Village Historic District National Register Nomination Update
Instructions for accessing the meeting
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