Petitions may be picked up at the Village Office, 2 Lincoln Street, between the hours of 8:00 a.m. to 4:30 p.m., Monday through Friday. Completed petitions (containing at least 30 qualified signatures) must be returned to the Village Clerk by Monday, March 4th in order to have a name placed on the ballot.
Friday, February 22nd is the last day to file lawful petitions signed by at least 5% of the registered voters to have an article placed on the Warning for the Annual Village Meeting.
The Annual Village meeting will be held on April 3, 2013 at 7:00 p.m. at Essex High School. Ballot items (elections) will be held on April 9, 2013 (with School elections).
The Village of Essex Junction has purchased the service See Click Fix. This application provides a new way for citizens to quickly and easily report public works concerns using their smartphone or tablet. With this program, citizens will be able to take a picture of an issue, publically post it, and receive an automated notification when the issue has been resolved. See Click Fix is used in cities throughout the nation, and Essex Junction is excited to use this service to both increase citizen involvement and expedite the process of reporting public works issues.
You can download the app - see the See Click Fix box on the right our homepage or visit www.seeclickfix.com/essex-junction.
New this year on Channel 17 and streaming live at Channel 17 is a live call-in program allowing you to have a Conversation with your Legislator - every Monday at 11am beginning January 28. Call in to 862-3966 with your comments and questions for your elected officials. The kick-off program will be hosted by Seven Days' Andy Bromage.