Woodstock Taxpayers Turn Down Economic Development Coordinator

March 6, 2013

in News

Woodstock residents won’t be paying for a $50,000 economic development coordinator. Voters turned down the special article proposing the position by a vote of 520 to 361. It was the only special article turned down by the voters. The Woodstock Economic Development Commission — which proposed the job — said the part-time, 25 hour per week position would be a marketing guru who help recruit businesses to the area.

For more details on this and voted on item on the Woodstock ballot, look inside the March 7, edition of the Vermont Standard.


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