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1. What are the Town Office hours of business?
2. How do I register to vote?
3. When are taxes due?
4. Who do I speak with about my water/bill?
5. Where can I get my car seat fitted?
6. Who can remove a wild animal from my property?
7. Is the water quality safe at the beach?
8. Can we have a campfire at our house?
9. Where can we get Great Escape or Six Flags tickets?
10. Where is the post office, and what is their phone number?
11. How do I register my dog?
12. Does the Town pick up trash and recycling?
13. Is there a leash law?
14. Who do I call about a dead animal in the road?

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1. Is there another town or model in Vermont where this type of study has been done? Have we learned what to do and what not to do?
2. There have been a lot of studies done by the University of Vermont and by the State over the years. Will you use any of those studies and reports for this program?
3. How long will it take to complete the study?
4. Will future Intergrated Water Resources Management meetings be taped so that they can be accessed by the public?
5. During the study are there any success criteria that the Environmental Protection Agency has established that the study must meet to continue receiving funding?
6. Will you collect data on the current water quality condition of the lake and ground water in Colchester?
7. Will you be testing the levels of chemical waste in addition to biological waste?
8. Will you be sampling at Rossetti Beach?
9. Will your testing areas include all of the marina areas as well as public access areas where people swim?
10. How will you locate the areas that have wastewater treatment systems and how will you determine if others need 1?
11. That would be the expected lifespan of an advanced onsite wastewater system like a mound system?
12. Will you be assessing the locations and extent of impervious surfaces?
13. What are the sources of sediment buildup because it also seems like a problem that needs to be addressed?
14. How will you collaborate with future construction projects that occur during Environmental Protection Agency study to ensure that what they are doing does not interfere with the study process?

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1. What is the Malletts Bay Sewer project?
2. What areas would be served by the sewer project?
3. Where would the wastewater be treated?
4. What is the purpose of the project?
5. How was human bacteria detected in Malletts Bay, and where is it coming from?
6. Wouldn’t it be easier just to replace all of the old and failing septic systems?
7. Is the Malletts Bay Sewer Project a new idea?
8. Why have sewers not been constructed if they have been in key planning documents for decades?
9. Why have voters not supported prior projects?
10. How will this project address prior concerns expressed by voters?
11. Will the construction of sewers in Malletts Bay increase the rate of growth and infill development in the Bay?
12. Are there other factors that will prevent more significant growth in the Bay area?
13. Current intersections along the roadways through the bay area are already being overloaded. Won’t even the minimal growth that may occur from the construction of sewers just make them worse?
14. Recently there have been several larger and taller houses built on the shoreline, blocking the view of the Lake. Will the availability of municipal sewer result in more of this type of development?
15. How will the construction of sewers affect the appraised value and tax bill for my property?
16. How much will the sewer project cost?
17. How will the project be paid for?
18. Will any property taxes be used to fund the project?
19. How will local option taxes be used?
20. What affect will this have on the Local Option Tax Fund?
21. Will the Town ever get the local option taxes back?
22. How much will the connection fee be for new development?
23. What will the annual cost to a single family home be within the proposed service area?
24. What will the annual cost to a non-residential property be within the proposed service area?
25. Will properties within the proposed service be required to connect to the sewer system?
26. If I live in the proposed sewer service area how will the project affect me as a property owner?
27. If I live outside of the proposed sewer service area how will the project affect me as a property owner?
28. What are the next steps for this project to move forward?
29. If approved by the voters in March of 2019, how long will it be before the project is completed?
30. How could I learn more about this project?

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1. Flood Information & Flood Insurance Information
2. How long will it take for my building permit to be approved?
3. Why do I have to wait 15 days before beginning work if I have a permit?
4. What is a "Certificate of Occupancy", and when do I need to get one?
5. Why do I need a permit for something as minor as a shed or fence?
6. How much will the building permit cost?
7. Why do I need a permit to finish my basement?

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1. When will my road be plowed?
2. Why does a street right next to my street get plowed first and the snow plow does not come back until hours later to plow my street?
3. Why does the snow plow leave snow that blocks my driveway?
4. Why do the snowplows sometimes come by a second time and leave a windrow of snow on the end of my driveway after I’ve already shoveled it?
5. Does the Town have a bare road and sidewalk policy?
6. What is the Town’s parking restrictions during the winter?
7. My mailbox was damaged when the snowplow came by – will the Town repair it?
8. Why does my lawn get damaged by the sidewalk plow and will the Town repair it?
9. Are gravel roads treated any differently than paved roads?
10. Does the Town apply salt or sand to town sidewalks?
11. Who do I contact with other snow plowing concerns, questions, or to report damage?