Small towns all across the nation are becoming popular travel destinations for their fine dining, artisan shops, and small town charm. Researchers have found that people living in smaller towns are happier than those living in more urban areas. Insider traveled state by state to find small towns bustling with activity for both locals and visitors, then compiled a list of the best small town in each state. Chester is ranked number one in Vermont for its historic attractions and appealing colonial style according to the article. Search the article The best small town in every stateand find your next travel destination.
The Town of Chester is searching to fill the position of Town Health Officer. The primary roles of a Town Health Officer include:
Investigating when information is received about a condition that may be a public health hazard.
Enforcing the provisions of Title 18 and the rules and permits issued by the Health Department.
Preventing, removing or destroying any public health hazard, or mitigating any significant public health risk in accordance with provisions of Title 18.
Taking necessary steps, in consultation with the Health Department, to enforce all orders issued pursuant to 18 V.S.A. Ch. 3.
The full text of Chapter 3 of Title 18 is available online at legislature.vermont.gov/statutes/chapter/18/003. Please submit a Resume and Letter of Interest no later than3:00 p.m. onDecember 30, 2019 to the Chester Town Manager’s Office, 556 Elm Street, P.O. Box 370, Chester, Vt, 05143.
The Chester-Andover Family Center would like to acknowledge and thank the community for helping us meet our goal to provide Turkeys for our Food Shelf recipients. We distributed over 100 turkeys and other food needed to put a bountiful meal on many Thanksgiving tables. The generosity of local businesses and citizens was overwhelming and gives us much to be thankful for. The CAFC Board and our many volunteers work every day to meet our mission to “make a difference in our community by providing resources for financial assistance, nutritional food, affordable clothing and household goods.” We could not do this without our many donors and supporters. Thank you. Stephanie Mahoney, CAFC Board President Carla Rumrill, CAFC Board Member and Food Shelf Manager