The first of three Community Visits to town through the process brought to cities and towns by the nonprofit Vermont Council

CONCORD — The first of three Community Visits to town through the process brought to cities and towns by the nonprofit Vermont Council on Rural Development was deemed a success by town officials and VCRD staff. Nearly 100 community members turned out for the meeting which included a free dinner and a series of forums where residents were able to brainstorm issues they would like to see addressed and improved upon in Concord. The forum topics were: Education & Families; Economic Development: Infrastructure, Housing, & Preservation; Community Connectivity; and Recreation & Land Use.

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