Tuesday Notes….

We are feeling quite hopeful this morning for a variety of reasons, including the lovely spring-like rain, warmer weather, the mud beginning to rise and oooze… but most of all, this:

snyder bassetteWe notice that a Woodstock Village business is digging in, as it were, ready to step it up and make it happen, actually FILLING A STOREFRONT.  And they’re not just doing it based on whims, but from sniffing out some positive economic indicators and the general mood of the market: Snyder-Bassette Real Estate Group is taking over a downstairs portion of  Five the Green. Seizing the opportunity to not shrink,  but blossom, in a new spring market.

Owner John Snyder and colleagues John Bassette and Mary Ellen McCue, will be based in part of what has been the Fox Gallery, expanding their business to include a better, more open and accessible office location on the main floor of  an historic, centrally located building.snyder bassette

The Drevitsens, who own Fox Gallery,  will continue to have space on the entry floor of the building at Five the Green and also display their work (for sale) in the Snyder-Bassette offices, which include a former fireplace dining area to be used as a beautiful conference room. We have just had a look-see around the new digs. Very classy, we think. Mood lighting and elegant drapery is extra maintaining the atmosphere of the Fox Gallery.

We’re sure S&B Real Estate Group would love to have you stop in or call 802-457-2600.


In other matters, if you didn’t have enough fun with Town Meeting, come on back to the Town Hall this evening at 7pm for a Village Trustees Meeting. These folks will be taking up some suggested changes to a noise ordinance offered by Trustee Chris Miller. They will also be discussing the upcoming VILLAGE MEETING on Tuesday, March 19th. Yes, campers, there are still more chances at participating in Village government. Of course, next Tuesday, you will have the opportunity to decide such things as whether we should move forward with purchasing a new snow dump area. Indeed, the then future project of creating and paying for an environmentally sensitive snow dump area will be an expense. As always. Make sure to mark your calendars so you can have all your questions answered.


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