Woodstock officials are considering providing a place where residents can dispose of household chemicals, such as paint and pesticides.
At a recent meeting of the Woodstock City Council, the council members heard from one of the city’s summer interns regarding a proposal for changes to city law.
Pending the review and approval of the city attorney, the Woodstock City Council has voted to accept a grant and loan totaling $3.2 million to construct a roundabout and make other street improvements downtown.
After reviewing potential changes during its July 20 meeting, the Woodstock City Council held its first official reading of changes being proposed to the city’s alcohol ordinance Monday night.
The Elm Street Cultural Arts Village in Woodstock announced it has received two grants totaling $70,000 to help pay for the construction of a permanent home, and to support staff salaries after the nonprofit had to close in March due to the COVID-19 outbreak.
The Woodstock City Council has approved a speed study for Rope Mill Road other corridor segments in the downtown tax allocation district, to see whether it’s justified to reduce existing speed limits from 35 to 25 mph.
The Woodstock City Council had a full agenda Monday night, including a request for a sign waiver in a local shopping center and holding the first reading on an amendment to the city’s building regulations.
The Woodstock City Council last week approved requested amendments and variances to a proposed mixed-use development on North Main Street.
Woodstock City Council members last week approved updates to the city's billboard rules following a public hearing on the issue.
Citing COVID-19 concerns, Woodstock has announced the postponement to the 2021 season of two performances of its free-to-the-public Summer Concert Series: The Ultimate Queen Celebration starring Marc Martel, on July 31; and Steep Canyon Rangers, on Aug. 8.