From the Okemo Valley Regional Chamber of Commerce
The proposed Vermont Byway Designation of Route 100 is a joint effort of town representatives from Pittsfield, Killington, Bridgewater, Plymouth, Ludlow and Andover; Okemo Valley Regional Chamber of Commerce, Office of Killington Economic Development and Tourism, local businesses, and the Southern Windsor County and Two Rivers-Ottauquechee Regional Planning Commissions.
This designation offers travelers historic, cultural, scenic and recreational information and waypoint centers about the towns and villages along the Byway. The Committee has finalized their Corridor Management Plan that identifies these resources along the Route 100 Byway. This Plan also includes a vision for the future of the Byway and strategies to improve and enhance the resources and destinations along the way.
The hearing with the Vermont Scenery Preservation Council is on March 24 at 7pm at the President Calvin Coolidge Museum and Education Center, 3780 VT 100a, Plymouth, Vermont. Please attend to support this byway.