Vt. Economic Resiliency Initiative (VERI) Brattleboro Report Released

Over the past year, the Vermont Economic Resiliency Initiative (VERI) has been working with five communities to examine flood resiliency and look at ways businesses can help prepare for, and quickly recover from, the next disaster.  A major product of that work is a recently-released report for Brattleboro, outlining municipal policy and program recommendations, high-priority site-specific projects to improve channel and floodplain, infrastructure, and public safety, and next steps for the community.  

The report is the work of a project team of municipal and state officials, river scientists and engineers, and planners, along with the input of members of the community.  The report can be viewed here.  More information about the VERI project can be found here.

Last Updated on 18 August 2015
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