Sewer News & Updates

Lake Parker Maps Member Profiles

We will post here any information about the sewer project as we receive it….

  • On July 20, 2013 LPA hosted an INFORMATION MEETING about the sewer project. Jack Sumberg and Mike Ladd of the Glover Selectboard and Gary Leach from Leach Engineering we there to present information and answer questions.  There were 55 attendees representing 34 property owners and there was lively discussion about the pros and cons of the project. Mr. Sumberg also distributed an updated fact sheet about the project that you can access here >>Updated Info <<.  The follow links are from participant notes at the meeting……

>>click here ==>FOR Extending Sewer Line
>>click here ==>AGAINST Extending Sewer Line

  • May 13, 2013 Letter from Jack Sumberg, Glover Selectboard>>click==>Selectboard Ltr
  • A comprehensive report titled Lake Shoreland Protection and Restoration Management Options was prepared by the Vermont Agency of Natural Resources on January 11, 2013 and provided to the Vermont Legislature with options and recommendations for strengthening Vermont shoreland management. A very interesting read of the environmental and economic effects of the development of shoreland. Click here>>Lake Shoreland Protection & Restoration Options
  • March 26, 2013- 14 New questions from LP owners answered by town-Click here>>Sewer_Project_Q&A
  • March 5th, 2013 Town Meeting Day. I attended the Glover Town Meeting to hear the presentation and questions about the sewer project. There were good questions raised by both Mr Morrill and Mr Braithwaite regarding the rationale for the project and how the town handled the financing of the previous W. Glover Village project. Mr Sumberg explained that a portion of that project was shared by all Glover residents and at the time there were more generous grants available. There is still a lot more work to be done by the town and town residents will need to vote on a bond. If approved construction would begin in 2014. It was brought up that most of the users who will foot the bill are not voting residents of the town and will not have a vote. – Joe Little
  • Also check out the discussion about the project in the Forum Tab >> click here
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