Orleans, Vermont

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Orleans is a village in the northwestern corner of Barton, Orleans County, Vermont, United States. The population was 826 at the 2000 census, making it the largest village in Orleans County.[3]

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Government

Like all Vermont incorporated villages, the government is run directly by the people at the village meeting held on the second Tuesday of March. They elect all officers including those in the Fire Department.

Officers:

  • Moderator (runs March village meeting. Elected each year) - Bill Davies[4]
  • Trustee - Larry Wilcox
  • Trustee - Gerry Martel
  • Trustee - Eric Lanou
  • Clerk - Shelia Martin
  • Village Manager (appointed by Trustees) - John Morley III

Fire department

In 2008, the department provided service not only to the village but to the adjacent town of Brownington.[5]

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