July 25, 2017

Williston’s 250th Anniversary Scrapbook

Despite the interminable rain and overcast skies, a group of hardy residents turned out for the town photo at the Williston Community Park on June 8. Click on the photo for a larger version. (Observer courtesy photo by Stephen Mease)

Despite the interminable rain and overcast skies, a group of hardy residents turned out for the town photo at the Williston Community Park on June 8. Click on the photo for a larger version. (Observer courtesy photo by Stephen Mease)

Williston celebrated the 250th Anniversary of the signing of its town charter on June 7 with two photo projects, a dessert potluck and the premiere of ‘Williston Revisited: A Community Portrait.”

(Observer photo by Stephen Mease)

(Observer photo by Stephen Mease)

(Observer photo by Stephen Mease)

(Observer photo by Stephen Mease)

(Observer photo by Stephen Mease)

(Observer photo by Stephen Mease)

(Observer photo by Stephen Mease)

(Observer photo by Stephen Mease)

(Observer photo by Stephen Mease)

(Observer photo by Stephen Mease)

(Observer photo by Stephen Mease)

(Observer photo by Stephen Mease)

(Observer photo by Stephen Mease)

(Observer photo by Stephen Mease)

(Observer photo by Stephen Mease)

(Observer photo by Stephen Mease)

(Observer photo by Stephen Mease)

(Observer photo by Stephen Mease)

(Observer photo by Stephen Mease)

(Observer photo by Stephen Mease)

(Observer photo by Stephen Mease)

(Observer photo by Stephen Mease)

(Observer photo by Stephen Mease)

(Observer photo by Stephen Mease)

(Observer photo by Stephen Mease)

(Observer photo by Stephen Mease)

(Observer photo by Stephen Mease)

(Observer photo by Stephen Mease)

(Observer photo by Stephen Mease)

(Observer photo by Stephen Mease)

(Observer photo by Stephen Mease)

(Observer photo by Stephen Mease)

(Observer photo by Stephen Mease)

(Observer photo by Stephen Mease)

(Observer photo by Stephen Mease)

(Observer photo by Stephen Mease)

(Observer photo by Stephen Mease)

(Observer photo by Stephen Mease)

(Observer photo by Stephen Mease)

(Observer photo by Stephen Mease)

(Observer photo by Stephen Mease)

(Observer photo by Stephen Mease)

(Observer photo by Stephen Mease)

(Observer photo by Stephen Mease)

(Observer photo by Stephen Mease)

(Observer photo by Stephen Mease)

(Observer photo by Stephen Mease)

(Observer photo by Stephen Mease)

(Observer photo by Stephen Mease)

(Observer photo by Stephen Mease)

(Observer photo by Stephen Mease)

(Observer photo by Stephen Mease)

(Observer photo by Stephen Mease)

(Observer photo by Stephen Mease)

(Observer photo by Stephen Mease)

(Observer photo by Stephen Mease)

(Observer photo by Stephen Mease)

(Observer photo by Stephen Mease)

(Observer photo by Stephen Mease)

(Observer photo by Stephen Mease)

(Observer photo by Stephen Mease)

(Observer photo by Stephen Mease)

(Observer photo by Steven Shepard)

(Observer photo by Steven Shepard)

(Observer photo by Steven Shepard)

(Observer photo by Steven Shepard)

(Observer photo by Steven Shepard)

(Observer photo by Steven Shepard)

(Observer photo by Carrie Williams Howe)

(Observer photo by Carrie Williams Howe)

(Observer photo by Deb Beckett)

(Observer photo by Deb Beckett)

(Observer photo by Deb Beckett)

(Observer photo by Deb Beckett)

(Observer photo by Deb Beckett)

(Observer photo by Deb Beckett)

(Observer photo by Deb Beckett)

(Observer photo by Deb Beckett)

(Observer photo by Deb Beckett)

(Observer photo by Deb Beckett)

(Observer photo by Stephen Mease)

(Observer photo by Stephen Mease)

Comments

  1. tcoletta says:

    almost 3 decades ago when williston started it’s development review process the public works section was pushing for a wider roadway typical for residential streets. The town adopted 30 ft widths vs 24ft. That’s 6/24 (30%) additional impervious area and runoff that needs to treated before flowing into ALLEN BROOK. The town and selectboard have indicated a lack of interest to reach out and help communties like mine that have had expired stormwater permits for more then a decade. Its always been a wait and see, well I see where this headed now.

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