Other Public Officials
Animal Control Officer
Andrea McMahon Ripanco Kennels 802-244-8556
Board of Abatement
The board consists of the town treasurer, the town clerk, the selectboard, the listers, and the justices of the peace. A majority of the board must be present in order for the board to meet, and a majority of that number must vote in favor of a motion to abate. For more details see Abatement in the Vermont Statutes.
Board of Listers
The Board of Listers appraises property within town for the purpose of property tax assessment. Duxbury also uses the services of a professional assessor.
There are four Town-owned cemeteries in Duxbury: Phillips, Landon-Hayden, Sprague, and Crossett Hill. Phillips Cemetery is on Route 100 and is the only Town-owned cemetery open for selling lots. Landon/Hayden is on Scrabble Hill Road and is closed to sales, memorials, planting, and burials. The Duxbury Cemetery Commission meets on the second Tuesday of the month at the Waterbury Public Library from 5:00-6:00 PM. Please contact one of the commissioners for specific meeting information.
Jessica Engels Dwight Day
Central Vermont Regional Planning Commission Representative
Central Vermont Sold Waste Management District Representative
Mike Marotto email@example.com
Constable (First Constable)
Nathan Isham firstname.lastname@example.org
Delinquent Tax Collector
Maureen Harvey email@example.com
Dan Cardozo DanforthCardozo@hotmail.com
Emergency Management Director
The Energy Committee is a subcommittee of the Selectboard and was formed to research a potential Solar Power Installation on approximately 3.5 acres of currently unused town owned land, located in the old gravel pit location. If you are interested in joining the Duxbury Energy Committee, contact Jamison Ervin firstname.lastname@example.org.
You need a permit if you are going to be burning brush and there is no snow cover.
Kyle Guyette email@example.com 802-382-7471
If you are interested in information about the Town Forest Committee, contact Jamison Ervin at firstname.lastname@example.org or 802-244-5875.
Harwood Unified Union School District Representatives
Town health officers are given authority by the Vermont statute to investigate and mitigate any potential or existing public health hazard in his/her town. Each town has a local board of health made up of the town’s select board and the town health officer. The town health officer investigates all complaints and has extensive authority to take emergency mitigation steps, and may enforce any state health regulations and local health ordinances in his/her town.
Contact Duxbury's town health officer with any concern about something that might effect public health.
Dick Valentinetti, Town Health Officer email@example.com 802-496-3523
If you have questions about the roadwork schedule, observations about road conditions, comments about equipment usage or any other roadwork concerns, please feel free to share them by contacting selectboard members, by presenting them at a selectboard meeting or by using the phone number below to contact the highway department foreman and road crew.
Garage: 802-244-6135 Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
Justices of the Peace
State Police Advisory Board