Thursday, April 23, 2015 – Starting at 6:30 PM in the Great Hall at 100 River Street (location tentative)
Come hear about the ongoing process to update the 1995 Downtown Master Plan. The new plan will guide local economic development efforts and infrastructure improvement projects. Click here for more information.
The Way To Go challenge is back again this year… as a two week challenge. Find a way to take transit, walk, bike, carpool or rideshare. The Current is doing Fare Free Fridays both weeks (see www.crtransit.org for bus schedules). More information at http://swcrpc.org/transportation/ and sign up at www.waytogovt.org/
East Central Vermont: What We Want plan is completed!
How much of the Connecticut River Byway have you traveled?
November 18, 2014
Have you visited the Cady Mausoleum in Brownsville or the Crown Point Military Road in Weathersfield and Springfield? These are just two of 100 historic sites profiled in a new travel guide of the Connecticut River Byway, a project led by SWCRPC. The Byway runs on major roads on both the Vermont and New Hampshire sides of the Connecticut River, and the travel guide covers over 500 miles of roadway between the Massachusetts and Quebec borders. It’s an interesting guide with car, bicycle and kayak routes, as well as information about historic sites along the way. The brochure was printed in November and has started to be delivered to a wide variety of locations along the Byway – including visitor centers, Chambers and historical societies. The Byway website (www.ctriverbyway.org) is due to have the travel guide uploaded with an interactive map in the next few months. Contact Katharine if you’d like a copy or more information about the project.