Updates from Vermont Rural Water
Towns can allocate American Rescue Plan Act (ARPA) funds for water or sewer infrastructure and stormwater projects.
Leonard has been working at Kurn Hattin School for 22 years. He says his favorite part of the job is helping people. He’s proud to be always improving the water system and keeping up with changing regulations to keep the consumers safe.
The Vermont COVID-19 Arrearage Assistance Program (VCAAP) provides financial assistance to help residential and non-residential customers pay overdue utility bills, including water and sewer.
Marcel Mayhew, chief operator for the Village of North Troy Water and Wastewater, is the winner of the 2021 Tony Torchia Award for outstanding service to the water and wastewater industry in Vermont.
Eligible renters can receive assistance for water and sewer bills through the Vermont Emergency Rental Assistance Program for Utility Services (VERAP-U).
We at Vermont Rural Water were saddened to hear of Marty Frizzell’s sudden passing on April 1. Marty was a dedicated water and wastewater operator for the town of Brighton, a supporter of our...
Vermont Rural Water and GMWEA are asking the Governor and Vermont legislators to increase the ARPA allocation for drinking water and clean water projects from $170 to $350 million and to include $180 million for replacement of aging water, wastewater, and stormwater infrastructure.
Megan Moir is the division director for Burlington Water Resources. “We are a One Water organization,” she says. “Drinking water, wastewater, and stormwater.”
April Busfield is the chief operator for Canaan and Stewartstown wastewater treatment facility, Canaan Fire District 1, and Canaan Fire District 2.
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