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Village President ...
www.timesargus.com, 6 Mar 2009 [cached]
Village President Everett Coffey, however, said the village would be ill-advised to hand over what could prove a desirable parcel.
Numerous proposals to merge the village and town over the past decade or so have failed, largely because town residents are loath to shoulder any of the tax burdens associated with the village police department.
said the land, the majority of which lies below the floodplain, could be a key bargaining chip in future merger proposals.
"I think it's really our only major asset in terms of value we have, and could be used as perhaps an ace in the hole, or to put a little frosting on the cake, if at some point another merger proposal comes along," Coffey
Former Village President ...
www.burlingtonfreepress.com, $reference.date [cached]
Former Village President Everett Coffey asked about whether the April 4 meeting was disclosed in advance, and why he could not find minutes in the Clerk's Office.
Waterbury, Vermont - Elected & Appointed Boards
www.waterburyvt.com, 21 Aug 2010 [cached]
Everett Coffey,President, 244-8951 Pager) 283-9393
Alec Tuscany - Chair; Gary Dillon, Dave Jennison, Everett Coffey, Brad Doane,
Everett Coffey is president ...
www.timesargus.com, 1 Dec 2007 [cached]
Everett Coffey is president of the Waterbury Village Trustees.He said he supports new fire stations but raised concerns Thursday over the land swap.
Converting the acreage around the ice rink into a recreational facility, he
said, may contain "hidden costs."
"I'm not opposed to a land exchange, but I don't think we know what the requirements are which can be additional costs … to meet the (Bureau of Recreation) requirements," Coffey
said."It's a complex issue and I, as one trustee, certainly firmly believe we need two new stations … As to the mechanism of just how we get there, I think there a number of unanswered questions."Coffey
stopped short of advising constituents not to support the proposal.
Everett Coffey, head of the ...
www.rutlandherald.com, 5 Aug 2009 [cached]
Everett Coffey, head of the Waterbury Village Trustees, said he also hadn't heard anything.