B. Addison County
The Addison County Regional Planning Commission (ACRPC) worked with municipalities along U.S. Route 7, Vermont Route 116 and the town roads of Silver Street, Monkton Road and Burpee Road. In addition to conducting a build-out analysis, ACRPC undertook a visual evaluation of the corridors that identified scenic resources and evaluated safety issues. ACRPC also recommended specific access management guidelines and policies to municipalities along the corridor.
C. Franklin and Grand Isle Counties
The Northwest Regional Planning Commission (NRPC) worked with five towns in their region that bordered Chittenden County or the I-89 corridor. For Phase I, NRPC completed growth projections, development constraint analyses and build-out analyses. During Phase II of the project, each community’s capacity to manage growth and identified future growth management needs was evaluated in consideration of the growth projections and potential land use patterns developed in Phase I.
D. Washington County
During Phase I, Central Vermont Regional Planning Commission (CVRPC) prepared a development potential analysis and a build-out analysis for each community. CVRPC then prepared written reports to provide an overview of growth and development issues and presented the results to each municipality.
E. Lamoille County
The Lamoille County Planning Commission (LCPC) presented a road standards ordinance to all towns in their region and worked with those interested in tailoring the regulations to meet local concerns. LCPC also assisted the Town of Cambridge with preparation of a cost of community services study and development of its first set of land use regulations.