Places in Groton that have more than two units.
I am not putting down the two unit places where the owners live in one of
the units.

25 Clark's Landing - 8 units
168 Powder Spring Rd - 6 units
1177 Scott Hwy - 3 units
1264 Scott Hwy - 2 units
1282 Scott Hwy - 3 units
1334 Scott Hwy - 4 units
1352 Scott Hwy - 4 units
1362 Scott Hwy - 3 units
1579 Scott Hwy - 4 units


Linda L. Nunn, Groton Town Clerk
802-584-3276 Phone / Fax #
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-----Original Message-----
From: Vermont Municipal Government Discussion Network
[mailto:[log in to unmask]] On Behalf Of Will Sawyer
Sent: Monday, October 26, 2009 3:15 PM
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Subject: Request for Information on Multi-Unit Buildings


This message is being posted to the muninet and vtzoningadmins email 
lists.  Apologies for cross postings.

I'm making a general request for any town that might quickly be able to 
pull together any information you have on the location of multi-unit 
buildings in your town and the number of units.

This is in preparation for the 2010 Census.  There is ONE LAST program 
that we are doing to make sure that the Census Bureau knows where to get 
the Census survey in April of 2010.

You may remember the LUCA address update program about a year ago.  
Under this final program, called Count Review, I will be going to 
Washington DC in February to review the Census housing unit records 
directly.  But the Bureau wants a file from us now.

With E911, we have a source for building locations in Vermont, but not a 
good source of units per building.

Here is what I could use:  The physical (E911) address and number of 
units for any multi-unit building in your town.  You can just give me 
the big ones if you want.

I would need this information by this Monday 11/2 to get into our file.

If you can get me this information, that would be great (and good for 
the Census in your town).  If you can't, that is certainly OK.  We'll do 
the best with what we have.

Thank you, and please let me know if there are any questions.

Vermont State Data Center
at the Center for Rural Studies
206 Morrill Hall
University of Vermont
Burlington, VT 05405
Phone: 802.656.0892
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