Environmental and preservation groups are working alongside local residents to stem a massive proposed development at the Randolph exit (Exit 4) off I-89. Conservation Law Foundation (CLF), and Vermont Natural Resources Council (VNRC) filed paperwork today seeking to participate in the Act 250 proceeding that will review the project. The Preservation Trust of Vermont (PTV) is a key partner in this effort. The proposed development would destroy important farmland and fails to comply with the town and regional plans.
Environmental Groups, Citizens, Aim to Protect Productive Farmland, Stem sprawl at Randolph Interstate Exit
For decades, Vermont’s premiere land use law, Act 250, has provided important protections for Vermont’s natural resources and communities. Prescient when it was passed in 1970, it provides for development to conform to the natural resources on which we all rely, and to provide for objective, citizen oriented environmental review of major development projects. Over…