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Public Notice & Opportunity to Comment

I. Proposed Enforcement Actions:

A listing of proposed Assurances of Discontinuance (AODs), Administrative Orders (AOs), and Civil Complaints (CCs) is below.  Select the document title link to review the proposed action and the send comments links to submit a written comment on the proposed action.  Comments received during the 30 day posting period will be evaluated by the environmental enforcement staff.  When warranted, comments can result in modifications to the proposed actions prior to a final order being issued.

Proposed Assurances of Discontinuance:

 

Proposed Assurances of Discontinuance
Please click file name to view Proposed AOD
Public Comment
End Date
(or next business day)
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Comments

Proposed Administrative Orders:

 

Proposed Administrative Orders
Please click file name to view Proposed AO       
Public Comment
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(or next business day)
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Comments

Proposed Civil Complaints:

 

Proposed Civil Complaints
Please click file name to view Proposed Civil Complaint       
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(or next business day)
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14EC00745_Whitcomb_Colchester.pdf  Oct 15, 2014 send comments

 

II. Final Proposed Enforcement Actions:

A listing of final AODs, AOs, and CCs that completed the 30-day public comment period and have been filed with the Environmental Court is below.  Select the document title link to view a copy of the filed document.  Any person that provided written comments on the document during the 30-day comment period, who is not satisfied with the final action, and who meets the definition of “aggrieved person” as defined in 10 V.S.A. Section 8020(a), may file a motion for permissive intervention pursuant to Vermont Rule of Civil Procedure 24(c) and 10 V.S.A. Section 8020 within 14 days of the filing of the final proposed action.  If a motion is filed, the Court may hold one or more hearings to determine whether to permit intervention or to evaluate the claims within the motion.

Once approved by the Environmental Court AODs become final court orders and are posted on our Assurances of Discontinuance (AODs) page.  AOs and CCs may become final court orders when a hearing is not requested.  If a hearing is requested, the matter proceeds to a court trial.  All final AOs are posted on the Administrative Orders (AOs) page.  All final CCs are posted on the Civil Complaints page.

 

FINAL Proposed Assurances of Discontinuance:

 

FINAL Proposed Assurances of Discontinuance
Please click file name to view FINAL Proposed AOD
Public Notice
End Date
(or next business day)
 

FINAL Proposed Administrative Orders:

 

FINAL Proposed Administrative Orders
Please click file name to view FINAL Proposed AO       
Public Notice
End Date
(or next business day)
 
Chrismichael Corporation.pdf  Sep 22, 2014
The Barn Restaurant and Tavern INC.pdf  Sep 29, 2014

FINAL Proposed Civil Complaints:

 

FINAL Proposed Civil Complaints
Please click file name to view FINAL Proposed Civil Complaint     
Public Notice
End Date
(or next business day)
 
14EC00608_Michael_Gill_Bristol.pdf  Sep 22, 2014
14EC00596_LaRock_Property_Maintenance_Inc_Warren.pdf  Sep 22, 2014

 

A listing of Emergency Orders (EOs) that have been filed with the Environmental Court is below.  Select the document title link to view a copy of the filed order.  Any person may file a motion for permissive intervention pursuant to Vermont Rule of Civil Procedure 24(c) and 10 V.S.A. Section 8020 within 14 days of the filing of the EO.  A motion to intervene does not stay an EO.  If a motion is filed, the Court may hold one or more hearings to determine whether to permit intervention or to evaluate the claims within the motion.  A respondent may request a hearing on an EO.  If a hearing is requested, the matter proceeds to a court trial.  All final EOs are posted on the Emergency Orders (EOs) page.

 

FINAL Proposed Emergency Orders:

 

FINAL Proposed Emergency Orders
Please click file name to view FINAL Proposed Emergency Order      
Public Notice
End Date
(or next business day)
 
134-9-14 Vtec Daniel Mandich and Westminster Meats, LLC - Emergency Order.pdf  Sep 29, 2014

 

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