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MONTPELIER VILLAGE COUNCIL: Council Hears Reports & Concerns During Short Meeting

PHOTO BY ANNA WOZNIAK / THE VILLAGE REPORTERPUBLIC CONCERNS … Even though the concerned citizen came in near the end of the meeting, the Montpelier Village Council decided still to let his voice be heard, even though the time for community participation in the meeting had already passed. Councilor Kevin Motter shared to Law Director Bohmer afterward that it was “important to give people the chance to speak.”

By: Anna Wozniak

The Montpelier Village Council met …


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