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When completed, the new Town Center complex housing Town Hall and the library, adjacent to the K-8 school, will be a magnet for Richmond residents and newcomers.
Richmond residents get a detailed explanation of why their real estate tax bills are up just over 10 percent, or more than $500, on average.
The Richmond Select Board voted 2-1 to strongly recommend COVID shot requirements for town employees or twice-weekly negative tests.
Town leaders have crafted, but not yet adopted, a proposed COVID vaccination policy for town employees, including anyone who is paid for providing services to the community — excluding Richmond Consolidated School staffers.
Anyone who believes the pandemic’s impact is exaggerated and that vaccine mandates are un-American should be advised that most of us are losing patience with you.
During an intense Select Board discussion, one member described vaccination requirements as “morally corrupt,” though he supported getting shots as long as it’s a personal choice.
After a robust discussion, the Select Board voted 2-1 in favor of a COVID-19 vaccine mandate for municipal employees, but since the issue had not been on the agenda, implementation will be delayed until a followup meeting for more discussion and a second vote.
Amid an ongoing lawsuit by neighbors, the Balderdash Cellars farm and winery in Richmond hires a noted restoration firm to renovate its 18th century barn to host indoor weddings, concerts, wine tastings and food offerings.
RICHMOND — The fate of a proposed $6.6 million town center complex north of the Richmond Consolidated School will be in the hands of annual to…