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VOLUNTEERS NEEDED—BROADBAND COMMITTEE
In response to a new effort to expand broadband connectivity in unserved and underserved areas in Halifax and surrounding towns, the Halifax Broadband Committee is being re-activated. If you would be interested in working with a group exploring methods of improving connectivity, please  contact any Selectboard member, or call/email Robbin Gabriel, 802-368-2590; halifaxsecretary@gmail.com.
The Selectboard will be making appointments at their
January 7, 2020 regular meeting.

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SELECTBOARD INFORMATIONAL MEETING
(on withdrawal from Southern Valley Unified Union School District)


 Friday, December 20, 2019


7:00 PM in the School Multipurpose Room
246 Branch Road, West Halifax, VT

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If you would be interested in serving on the Halifax Planning Commission and Zoning Board of Adjustment, please call or email the Selectboard secretary, 802-368-2590, halifaxsecretary@gmail.com, or speak to Town Clerk Patty Dow or any Selectboard member. A letter of interest can also be sent to the Town of Halifax Selectboard, PO Box 127, West Halifax, Vermont 05358.

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The Halifax Annual Report is now available online at 
2018 Annual Report,
or click on “Annual FYE 2018” in the drop-down menu under the “Reports” tab above.

Printed copies of the report will be available
at the Town Office approximately February 22, 2019.

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  • The Halifax recycling bins, located on the Brook Road old town garage property, are serviced by TAM, Inc., a private contractor. These bins are rotated between towns, and the markings on them vary. Bins marked “CARDBOARD ONLY” are meant for cardboard, newspaper, printer paper, junk mail, cereal/juice/food boxes, magazines, etc., per TAM’s list of materials accepted.
  • As the Town pays for service per load, users should break down boxes, and otherwise make the best use of the space available.
  • The Town also pays additional fees for “contaminants” (non-recyclable items) in either the paper or the glass/plastic/metal bin.
  • Please visit TAM’s web site, https://tamwasteremoval.com/, especially the links under the “Recycling” tab at the top of the page, to learn more about correct, efficient, recycling.