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This profile was last updated on 5/15/10  and contains information from public web pages and contributions from the ZoomInfo community.
 
Background

Employment History

  • Public Works Director
    Town of Williston Public Works Department
  • Public Works Director
    Town of Williston
  • Representative On the Board of Commissioners
    Richmond
  • Williston Observer

Board Memberships and Affiliations

  • Board Member
    Williston's Public Works Department
  • Board Member
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Web References
Champlain Water District - Safe Drinking Water All the Way to Your Tap
www.cwd-h2o.org, 15 May 2010 [cached]
Neil Boyden, Public Works Director Phone: 878-1239
Between the extra amounts of salt ...
www.burlingtonfreepress.com, 7 Feb 2008 [cached]
Between the extra amounts of salt used this winter on Vermont's streets and roads and the higher costs of emergency supplies, towns might cancel some summer street construction and repairs to make up for the winter salt expenses, Neil Boyden, director of Williston's Public Works Department, and other public works directors said.
Boyden said winters often tend to even out.A tough start to winter like this year often leads to a mild, dry late season.Such a development would help immensely, he said.
No signs of quieter weather are emerging.
Neil Boyden, Williston's ...
www.willistonobserver.com, 1 Jan 2005 [cached]
Neil Boyden, Williston's Public Works Director and Richmond's representative on the Lake Iroquois Beach Committee, said the equipment change was simply meant to include more children.
"We're getting a lot younger clientele there than 6 years old and we decided we needed to get the equipment to serve them," Boyden said.
The new equipment will cost approximately $6,200 and be funded through a grant from the Vermont Forests, Parks and Recreation Department, according to Boyden.The project is expected to go out to design bid this month.The new structure will only take a day or two to install, Boyden said.
The Williston Public Works Department attempted to sell the old playground, which was installed in 1991, but advertisements in the Observer seeking a "best offer" did not produce a buyer.Boyden said the size of the playground might have been an issue.
"It's probably too big for a residence," Boyden said.
Boyden said the beach association considered dismantling the playground and depositing it in a landfill, but "we thought it would be too bad to waste it."
Instead, the playground equipment will be donated to Recycle North in Burlington.Boyden believes the organization will be able to find someone interested in the set.
"It's not obsolete or anything," Boyden said."There's no issue with it.
Lake Iroquois Beach set to open
www.willistonobserver.com, 1 Jan 2005 [cached]
Williston Public Works Director Neil Boyden said last week that temperatures were recently measured in the water off the beach at about 48 degrees , much too cool for most swimmers.May's persistent rain and below-average temperatures have kept the water from warming, he said.
The frigid waters prompted the Lake Iroquois Recreation Board of Commissioners to delay the opening of the beach a week beyond its traditional Memorial Day weekend start.The beach is owned by the towns of Hinesburg, Richmond, St. George and Williston.The Board of Commissioners includes a representative from each town.
"The beach has always been weather dependent," said Boyden, who is Richmond's representative on the Board of Commissioners.
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Boyden expects interest in swimming to escalate accordingly.
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Boyden said Bob and Helen Koch, who had managed the food concessions at the clubhouse behind the beach for roughly eight years, informed the Board of Commissioners about a month ago that they would be unable to provide the services again.
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Boyden said the Recreation District advertised locally in search of a new vendor, but received no responses.So, Boyden approached the Bridge Street Cafe about taking the job.He said the business agreed, on short notice, to assume the vendor responsibilities.
"They ought to be really good," Boyden said."We're lucky to get them."
The beach area will also feature a new playground designed to accommodate more children.The previous playground, which was installed in 1991, had been restricted to children age 6 and older.The new playground will suitable for children ages 2-12, according to Boyden.
"We're getting a lot younger clientele there than six years old and we decided we needed to get the equipment to serve them," Boyden said earlier this year.
The new equipment, which cost approximately $6,200, will be funded with a state grant.Boyden said the playground should be installed around June 18, near the time school lets out.
Town Offices
www.willistonobserver.com, 21 Nov 2007 [cached]
Neil Boyden
878-1239
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