Village of Johnson – Dedications

Village of Johnson – Dedications

A tribute to Village Reports Dedication- A tribute to those folks who gave so much time, energy and commitment to the village government.

Village Dedications

BUSINESS

BUSINESS

Business and Industry

Albert S. Nadeau Aggregate Business was established in 1945. The super structure was built out of wood timbers due to shortages following World War 2. All the metal parts, such as crushers, screens, water pipes, and bucket elevators were second-hand from scrap yards. The Village Electric Department installed electric wires and transformers. A complete plant replacement was undertaken in 1958. The plant continues to be family operated as Nadeau Sand and Gravel today. Learn more about the early history of business and industry in Johnson by checking the gallery.

What places and spaces in Johnson are the most important to residents?

What places and spaces in Johnson are the most important to residents?

What places and spaces in Johnson are the most important to residents? Community Values Mapping Comes to Johnson on Wednesday from 6 PM to 8 PM Sign in link is :  https://us02web.zoom.us/j/81928165086  Meeting ID: 819 2816 5086 January 27th at 6 PM is a great chance to share what places in Johnson are most special to you. Join your neighbors to add your voice to a virtual community values map for our own. The Conservation Commission & the Planning Commission are pleased to host VT Fish and Wildlife’s Jens Hilke and his team of experienced facilitators to help us work together to create a Johnson values map. Jens will introduce values mapping on Miro, a simple-to-use digital whiteboard built to help participants collaborate with others on-line. Participants will be divided into small groups, each with a facilitator to help.  Each group will have a map. One at a time, using markers to outline a location, participants will indicate what they value.  Once an outline is drawn the participant will share what they love about their favorite place.  Possibilities include places for recreation, wildlife, views, working forests, farmland, economic resources, cultural/social resources, historic sites, fishing, hunting, or many other options.  Each member of the group has a turn with all the data being compiled for sharing with all the participants by the 8 PM closing of the event. Subsequently all the data will be compiled into a final map and report.

What places in Johnson do you love?  What do you value about these places? 

Sign in link is   https://us02web.zoom.us/j/81928165086        Meeting ID: 819 2816 5086If you are unable to attend the live event but would like to participate, contact Lois Frey for information about other options.