Long time resident Orval Combs was recently featured on WCAX news channel 3’s Super Senior segment.
Paying tribute to the 88 year old Fairfield resident that continues to do what he loves. Working hard everyday and giving us all a reminder to keep moving! Keep up the hard work Orval. Follow the link below to enjoy the WCAX interview with Orval Combs.
Fairfield Public Meeting- Swanton Wind
The Select Board held a public meeting Monday, October 12, 2015 at 6:30 pm at the Chester Arthur Room to discuss the Swanton Wind Project and to gauge the community’s thoughts.
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As the curiosity of the Swanton Wind Project grows amongst the residents of Fairfield we would like to share with you the information made available from the Town of Swanton.
“NOTE: The information on this page and its links have been provided by individuals with varying viewpoints on industrial wind turbines. Information on industrial wind farms in general as well as a new project being proposed in the Town of Swanton is available for reading. The Town of Swanton is displaying this web page as a public service but cannot verify or be held responsible for the accuracy of the information provided by other parties. Therefore, readers should do their own research and reach their own conclusions. Please read the Town of Swanton’s LEGAL DISCLAIMER before proceeding. More information on wind turbines will be posted on this WIND FARMING FORUM page as it becomes available. ”
The Town of Fairfield is providing the link as a public service, the information has been collected and presented by a third party. Please observe the Note from the Town of Swanton and its LEGAL DISCLAIMER.
Click Here for Town of Swanton Wind Farm Info from the Town of Swanton
Click Here for Swanton Wind LLC
FAIRFIELD TO CELEBRATE PRESIDENT ARTHUR’S 186th BIRTHDAY!
A party commemorating the 186th birthday of Vermont-born President Chester A. Arthur will be held at the President Chester A. Arthur State Historic Site in Fairfield, Vermont on Saturday, Oct. 3rd from 11 am to 3 pm. The event is free and open to the public.
Attendants will discover little-known facts about President Arthur in the “True or False Treasure Hunt” and view the permanent exhibit on President Chester Arthur’s life and political career. Activities for children will include face painting and traditional games (with prizes) along with a not-so-traditional “Put the Mutton Chops on President Arthur” competition. Party-goers can also enjoy the beautiful forest trails, maintained by students from Fairfield Center School, and of course, some Presidential birthday cake! For more information call the Vermont Division for Historic Preservation, (802) 828-3051.
No Planning and Zoning meeting for the month of September
Will meet again on October 5th at 8pm per usual location the Town Clerks Office.