January 17, 2019

Around Town

Local resident elected to consulting committee

A Williston resident was one of eight people elected earlier this month to the Vermont Consultants Network’s Executive Committee for fiscal year 2010-2011.

Markey Read owns Career Networks in Williston, a career and employment development center founded in 1989 that serves Vermont and New England.

The Vermont Consultants Network, established in 1990, provides monthly forums for practicing consultants and referrals for consulting clients.

Williston man on Mobius Board

A Williston man joined mentoring nonprofit Mobius’ Board of Directors last week.

Mike Anderson is the founder and chief recreation officer of Petra Cliffs Climbing Center and Mountaineering School. Anderson will fill a resource development and event planning seat on the board.

Anderson, one of six new board members, has worked with Mobius for the past few years, providing Petra Cliffs discounts to mentor pairs.

“My energy, community involvement and business all provide a vast amount of resources that can and will support Mobius,” Anderson said in a press release.

Mobius is a local nonprofit that recruits volunteer mentors for children and provides support for mentoring programs throughout Chittenden County.

For more information, visit www.mobiusmentors.org.

Hydrant flushing may cause low water pressure

The town of Williston plans to conduct its annual hydrant flushing from July 7 through the end of August. Residents may experience low water pressure during that time.

Hydrant flushing clears sediments from the pipes and tests the water flow.

For more information, call the Williston Public Works Department at 878-1239.

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