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Title 17: Elections

Chapter 34: APPORTIONMENT OF STATE REPRESENTATIVES

17 V.S.A. § 1893. Initial division



§ 1893. Initial division

The state is divided into the following initial districts, each of which shall be entitled to the indicated number of representatives:

District Towns and Cities Representatives

ADDISON-1                  Middlebury  ...........................................................................   2

ADDISON-2                  Cornwall, Goshen, Hancock,

Leicester, Ripton, and Salisbury  ..........................................       1

ADDISON-3                  Addison, Ferrisburgh, Panton,

Vergennes, and Waltham  .......................................................    2

ADDISON-4                  Bristol Lincoln, Monkton, and Starksboro  ...........................        2

ADDISON-5                  Bridport, New Haven, and Weybridge  .............................            1

ADDISON-

  RUTLAND                  Benson, Orwell, Shoreham, and Whit- ing  .......................            1

BENNINGTON-1           Pownal and Woodford  ........................................................      1

BENNINGTON- 2-1       That portion of the town of

Bennington not included in

BENNINGTON-2-2  ......................................................            2

BENNINGTON-2-2        That portion of the town of

Bennington encompassed within a

boundary beginning at the point

where the boundary line of

Bennington and Pownal intersects

with VT Route 7; then northerly

along the eastern side of the center-

line of VT 7 to the intersection of

Monument Avenue; then northerly

along the eastern side of the center-

line of Monument Avenue to the in-

tersection of Dewey Street; then

northerly along the eastern side of

centerline of Dewey Street to the

intersection of West Main Street; then

southeasterly on the southern side of

the centerline of West Main Street to

the intersection of North Street; then

northerly along the eastern side

of the centerline of North Street to

the intersection of County Street;

then easterly along the southern side

of the centerline of County Street to

the intersection of Park Street; then

northerly along the eastern side of

the centerline of Park Street to the

intersection with Roaring Branch

River; then easterly along the center-

line of the river to the intersection

with VT Route 9; then easterly along

the southern side of the centerline of

of VT 9 to the boundary of the town of

Woodford; then southerly along the

Woodford town line to the boundary

of the town of Pownal; then westerly

long the Pownal town line to the

point of beginning .......................................................            2

 BENNINGTON-3          Glastenbury, Shaftsbury, and that

portion of the town of Sunderland en-

compassed within a boundary beginning

at the point where the boundary line

of Sunderland and Glastenbury inter-

sects with VT Route 7; then northerly

along the eastern side of the center-

line of VT 7 to the intersection of

North Road; then northerly along the

eastern side of the centerline of

North Road to the intersection of

Borough Road; then northerly along

the eastern side of the centerline of

Borough Road to the intersection of

Sunderland Hill Road; then

northeasterly along the southern

side of the centerline of Sunderland

Hill Road to the boundary of the

town of Manchester; then easterly along

the Manchester town line to the

boundary of the town of Winhall; then

easterly along the Winhall town line to the

boundary of the town of Stratton;

then southerly along the Stratton

town line to the boundary of

Glastenbury; then westerly along

the Glastenbury town line to the

point of beginning ..........................................................            1

 BENNINGTON-4          Arlington, Manchester, Sandgate, and

that portion of the town of Sunder-

land not in BENNINGTON-3 ........................................            2

 BENNINGTON-

  RUTLAND                              Danby, Dorset, Landgrove, Mount

Tabor, and Peru ..............................................................            1

 CALEDONIA-1             Barnet, Ryegate, and Waterford .....................................            1

 CALEDONIA-2             Hardwick, Stannard, and Walden ...................................            1

 CALEDONIA-3             St. Johnsbury ..................................................................            2

 CALEDONIA-4             Burke, Lyndon, and Sutton .............................................            2

 CALEDONIA-

  WASHINGTON           Cabot, Danville, and Peacham .......................................            1

 CHITTENDEN-1          Richmond .......................................................................            1

 CHITTENDEN-2          Williston .........................................................................            2

 CHITTENDEN-3          Jericho and Underhill .....................................................            2

 CHITTENDEN-4-1      Charlotte and that portion of the

town of Hinesburg encompassed

within a boundary beginning at the

point where the boundary line of

Hinesburg and Charlotte intersects

with Drinkwater Road; then easterly

along the southern side of the center-

line of Drinkwater Road to the inter-

section of Baldwin Road; then south-

erly along the western side of the

centerline of Baldwin Road to the

boundary of the town of Monkton;

then westerly along the Monkton

town line to the boundary of Char-

lotte; then northerly along the

Charlotte town line to the point

of beginning ...................................................................            1

 CHITTENDEN-4-2      Hinesburg, except that portion of the

town in CHITTENDEN-4-1 ..........................................            1

 CHITTENDEN-5          Shelburne and St. George ..............................................            2

 CHITTENDEN-6          Burlington and Winooski ............................................            12

 CHITTENDEN-7          South Burlington ...........................................................            4

 CHITTENDEN-8-1      That portion of the town of Essex not

included in CHITTENDEN-8-2 or 8-3 ...............................      2

 CHITTENDEN-8-2      The village of Essex Junction, ex-

cept that portion of the village en-

compassed within a boundary begin-

ning at the point where Pearl Street

intersects with Warner Avenue;

then northerly along the western side

of the centerline of Warner Avenue

to the intersection with Sunderland

Brook; then northwesterly along the

southern side of the centerline of

Sunderland Brook to the intersection

with Susie Wilson Road and Pearl

Street; then southeasterly along the

northern side of the centerline of

Pearl Street to the point

of beginning ..................................................................            2

 CHITTENDEN-8-3      Westford and that portion of the

town of Essex encompassed within

a boundary beginning at the point

where the boundary line of Essex and

the town of Colchester intersects with

Curve Hill Road; then southeasterly

along the northern side of the center-

line of Curve Hill Road to the inter-

section of Lost Nation Road; then

southeasterly along the northern side

of the centerline of Lost Nation Road

to the intersection of Old Stage Road;

then northerly along the western side

of the centerline of Old Stage Road to

the intersection of Towers Road; then

southeasterly along the northern side

of the centerline of Towers Road to

the intersection of Brown's River

Road; then easterly along the north-

ern side of the centerline of Brown's

River Road to the intersection of

Weed Road; then easterly along the

northern side of the centerline of

Weed Road to the intersection of Jer-

icho Road; then easterly along the

northern side of the centerline of Jer-

icho Road to the boundary of

the town of Jericho; then northeasterly

along the Jericho town line to the

boundary of Westford; then westerly

along the Westford town line to the

boundary of Colchester; then south-

westerly along the Colchester town

line to the point of beginning .......................................            1

 CHITTENDEN-9          Colchester ....................................................................            4

 CHITTENDEN-10         Milton, except that portion of the

town in GRAND ISLE-

CHITTENDEN ............................................................            2

 ESSEX-CALEDONIA    Brunswick, Concord, Granby, Guild-

hall, Kirby, Lunenburg, Maidstone,

and Victory ..................................................................            1

 ESSEX-CALEDONIA-

  ORLEANS                   Averill, Avery's Gore, Bloomfield,

Brighton, Canaan, East Haven,

Ferdinand, Lemington, Lewis,

Newark, Norton, Warner's Grant,

Warren Gore, and Westmore .......................................            1

 FRANKLIN-1               Georgia ........................................................................            1

 FRANKLIN-2               Fairfax ..........................................................................            1

 FRANKLIN-3-1            St. Albans City and that portion

of St. Albans Town encompassed within

a boundary beginning at the eastern-

most point where the boundary line

of St. Albans City and St. Albans

Town intersects with Vermont Route

36, then easterly along the southern

side of the centerline of VT 36 to the

intersection of Interstate 89; then

southerly along the western side of

the centerline of Interstate 89 to

the boundary of the town of

Fairfield; then southwesterly along the

Fairfield town line to the point where

the boundary lines of St. Albans Town,

Fairfield, Fairfax, and Georgia meet;

then northwesterly along the bound-

ary of the town of Georgia to the in-

tersection of Vermont Route 7; then

northerly along the eastern side of

the centerline of VT 7 to the point

where the boundary line of St. Albans

Town and St. Albans City meets at

Parsons Avenue; then counterclock-

wise along the boundary line of St.

Albans Town and St. Albans City to

the point of beginning ...................................................            2

 FRANKLIN-3-2            St. Albans Town, except that portion

of the town in FRANKLIN-3-1 .....................................            1

 FRANKLIN-4               Sheldon and Swanton ....................................................            2

 FRANKLIN-5               Berkshire, Franklin, Highgate and

Richford .........................................................................            2

 FRANKLIN-6               Bakersfield, Fairfield, and Fletcher ...............................            1

 FRANKLIN-7               Enosburgh and Montgomery .........................................            1

 GRAND-ISLE-

  CHITTENDEN            Alburgh, Grand Isle, Isle La Motte,

North Hero, South Hero, and that

portion of the town of Milton encom-

passed within a boundary beginning

at the mouth of the Lamoille River

and Lake Champlain; then along the

river upstream to the Interstate 89

bridge crossing the Lamoille River;

then northerly along the centerline

of Interstate 89 to the boundary of

the town of Georgia; then along the

Georgia town line to Lake

Champlain; then southerly along the

lakeshore to the point of

beginning ..................................................................            2

 LAMOILLE-1               Stowe ........................................................................            1

 LAMOILLE-2               Belvidere, Hyde Park, Johnson, and

Wolcott ......................................................................           2

 LAMOILLE-3               Cambridge and Waterville ........................................            1

 LAMOILLE-

  WASHINGTON           Elmore, Morristown, Woodbury, and

Worcester .................................................................            2

 ORANGE-1                              Chelsea, Corinth, Orange, Vershire,

Washington, and Williamstown ...............................            2

 ORANGE-2                              Bradford, Fairlee, and West Fairlee .........................            1

 ORANGE-

  CALEDONIA               Groton, Newbury, and Topsham ..............................            1

 ORANGE-

  WASHING-TON-

  ADDISON                   Braintree, Brookfield, Granville,

Randolph, and Roxbury ...........................................            2

 ORLEANS-1                             Brownington, Charleston, Derby,

Holland, and Morgan ...............................................            2

 ORLEANS-2                             Coventry, Irasburg, Newport City,

Newport Town, and that portion

of the town of Troy encompassed within

a boundary beginning at the point

where the boundary line of Troy and

Newport Town intersects with the

Canadian Pacific railway; then north-

westerly along the southern side of

the centerline of the railway to the

intersection of VT Route 105; then

northwesterly along the southern side

of the centerline of VT 105 to the in-

tersection of East Hill Road; then

southerly along the eastern side of

the centerline of East Hill Road to

the intersection of VT Route 100;

then westerly along the southern side

of the centerline of VT 100 to the in-

tersection with the Missisquoi River;

then southwesterly along the eastern

side of the centerline of the

Missisquoi River to the boundary of

the town of Westfield; then southerly

along the Westfield town line to the

boundary of the town of Lowell; then

easterly along the Lowell town line to

the boundary of Newport Town; then

northerly along the Newport Town

boundary to the point of beginning ................................            2

 ORLEANS-

  CALEDONIA               Albany, Barton, Craftsbury, Glover,

Greensboro, Sheffield, and Wheelock ...........................            2

 ORLEANS-

  LAMOILLE                             Eden, Jay, Lowell, Westfield, and

that portion of the town of Troy not

in ORLEANS-2 ..............................................................            1

 RUTLAND-

  BENNINGTON            Middletown Springs, Pawlet, Rupert,

Wells, and that portion of the town of

Tinmouth not in RUTLAND-2 .......................................            1

 RUTLAND-1                Ira and Poultney ..............................................................            1

 RUTLAND-2                Clarendon, Proctor, Wallingford, West

Rutland, and that portion of the town

of Tinmouth encompassed within a

boundary beginning at the point

where the boundary line of Tinmouth

and Danby intersects with East Road;

then northerly along the eastern side

of the centerline of East Road and

then continuing along the eastern side

of the centerline of North East Road

to the boundary of Clarendon; then

easterly along the Clarendon town

line to the boundary of Wallingford;

then southerly along the Wallingford

town line to the boundary of Danby;

then westerly along the Danby town

line to the point of beginning ........................................            2

 RUTLAND-3                Castleton, Fair Haven, Hubbardton,

and West Haven ............................................................            2

 RUTLAND-4                Rutland Town ...............................................................            1

 RUTLAND-5-1             That portion of the City of Rutland

encompassed within a boundary be-

ginning at the point where the bound-

ary line of Rutland City and Rutland

Town intersects with Lincoln Avenue;

then southerly along the eastern side

of the centerline of Lincoln Avenue to

the intersection of West Street; then

easterly along the northern side of

the centerline of West Street across

North Main Street; then easterly

along the northern side of the center-

line of Terrill Street to the intersec-

tion of Lafayette Street; then

southerly along the east side of the

centerline of Lafayette Street to the

intersection of Easterly Avenue; then

easterly along the northern side of

Easterly Avenue to the intersection of

Piedmont Drive; then easterly along

the northern side of the centerline of

Piedmont Drive to the intersection of

Piedmont Parkway; then easterly

along the northern side of the center-

line of Piedmont Parkway to the in-

tersection of Stratton Road; then

southerly along the eastern side of

the centerline of Stratton Road to the

intersection of Killington Avenue;

then easterly along the northern side

of the centerline of Killington Avenue,

including both sides of Grandview

Terrace, to the boundary between

Rutland City and Rutland Town; then

northerly along the boundary line to

its intersection with Gleason Road;

then westerly along the southern side

of the centerline of Gleason Road to

Woodstock Avenue; then following the

boundary line back to the point of

beginning .....................................................................            1

 RUTLAND-5-2             That portion of the City of Rutland

encompassed within a boundary be-

ginning at the southernmost point

where the boundary line of Rutland

City and Rutland Town intersects

with South Main Street; then north-

erly along the eastern side of the cen-

terline of South Main Street to the

intersection of Strongs Avenue; then

northwesterly along the eastern side

of the centerline of Strongs Avenue to

the intersection of Prospect Street;

then northerly along the eastern side

of the centerline of Prospect Street to

the intersection of Washington Street;

then easterly along the southern

side of the centerline of Washington

Street to the intersection of Court

Street; then northerly along the east-

ern side of the centerline of Court

Street to the intersection of West

Street; then easterly along the south-

ern side of the centerline of West

Street to the intersection of South

Main Street; then east across South

Main Street along the southern side

of the centerline of Terrill Street to

the intersection of Lafayette Street;

then southerly along the western side

of the centerline of Lafayette Street

to the intersection of Easterly Ave-

nue; then easterly along the southern

side of the centerline of Easterly Ave-

nue to the intersection of Piedmont

Drive; then easterly along the south-

ern side of the centerline of Piedmont

Drive to the intersection of Piedmont

Parkway; then easterly along the

southern side of the centerline of

Piedmont Parkway to the intersection

of Stratton Road; then southerly

along the western side of the center-

line of Stratton Road to the intersec-

tion of Killington Avenue; then east-

erly along the southern side of the

centerline of Killington Avenue to the

boundary of Rutland City and Rut-

land Town; then southerly along the

city line to the intersection of the city

line and South Main Street to the

point of beginning .........................................................            1

 RUTLAND-5-3             That portion of the City of Rutland

encompassed within a boundary be-

ginning at the point where the bound-

ary line of Rutland City and Rutland

Town intersects with South Main

Street; then northerly along the west-

ern side of the centerline of South

Main Street to the intersection of

Strongs Avenue; then northwesterly

along the western side of the center-

line of Strongs Avenue to the inter-

section of Prospect Street; then

northerly along the western side of

the centerline of Prospect Street to

the intersection of Washington

Street; then easterly along the north-

ern side of the centerline of Washing-

ton Street to the intersection of Court

Street; then northerly along the west-

ern side of the centerline of Court

Street to the intersection of West

Street; then easterly along the north-

ern side of the centerline of West

Street to the intersection of Lincoln

Avenue; then northerly along the

western side of the centerline of Lin-

coln Avenue to the intersection of Wil-

liams Street; then westerly along the

southern side of the centerline of Wil-

liams Street to the intersection of

Grove Street; then northerly along

the western side of the centerline of

Grove Street to the intersection of Maple

Street; then westerly along the

southern side of the centerline of Ma-

ple Street to the intersection of Pine

Street; then southerly along the east-

ern side of the centerline of Pine

Street to the intersection of Robbins

Street; then westerly along the south-

ern side of the centerline of Robbins

Street to the intersection of Baxter

Street; then southerly along the east-

ern side of the centerline of Baxter

Street to the intersection of State

Street; then westerly along the south-

ern side of the centerline of State

Street to the intersection of Cramton

Avenue; then southerly along the

eastern side of the centerline of

Cramton Avenue to the intersection of

West Street; then westerly along the

southern side of the centerline of West

Street to the intersection of Ripley

Road; then southerly along the bound-

ary of the Rutland City-Rutland

Town line to the intersection of

the city line and South Main Street;

then to the point of beginning ........................................            1

 RUTLAND-5-4             That portion of the City of Rutland

not located within the boundaries of

RUTLAND-5-1, 5-2, or 5-3 ............................................            1

 RUTLAND-6                Brandon, Pittsford, and Sudbury .....................................            2

 RUTLAND-

  WINDSOR-1               Bridgewater, Chittenden, Killington,

and Mendon .....................................................................            1

 RUTLAND-

  WINDSOR-2               Ludlow, Mount Holly, and Shrewsbury ..........................            1

 WASHINGTON-1         Berlin and Northfield ......................................................            2

 WASHINGTON-2         Barre Town ......................................................................            2

 WASHINGTON-3         Barre City ........................................................................            2

 WASHINGTON-4         Montpelier .......................................................................            2

 WASHINGTON-5         East Montpelier and Middlesex ......................................            1

 WASHINGTON-6         Calais, Marshfield, and Plainfield ...................................            1

 WASHINGTON-7         Duxbury, Fayston, Moretown,

Waitsfield, and Warren ...................................................            2

 WASHINGTON-

  CHITTENDEN            Bolton, Buel's Gore, Huntington, and

Waterbury .......................................................................            2

 WINDHAM-1               Guilford and Vernon .......................................................           1

 WINDHAM-2-1            That portion of the town of

Brattleboro encompassed within a

boundary beginning at the point

where the boundary line of

Brattleboro and the town of

Dummerston intersects with Upper

Dummerston Road; then southerly

along the western side of the center-

line of Upper Dummerston Road to

the intersection of East Orchard

Street; then southerly along the west-

ern side of the centerline of East

Orchard Street to the intersection of

Orchard Street; then southerly along

the western side of the centerline of

Orchard Street to the intersection of

VT Route 9; then westerly along the

northern side of the centerline of VT

9 to the intersection of Guilford

Street; then southerly along the west-

ern side of the centerline of Guilford

Street to where the Whetstone Brook

crosses; then easterly along the

southern side of the centerline of the

Whetstone Brook to the intersection

with Interstate 91; then southerly

along the western side of the center-

line of Interstate 91 to the boundary

of the town of Guilford; then westerly

along the town line of Guilford to the

boundary of the town of Marlboro;

then northerly along the town line of

Marlboro to the boundary of

Dummerston; then easterly along

the town line of Dummerston to the point

of beginning .............................................................            1

 WINDHAM-2-2            That portion of the Town of

Brattleboro to the south of a bound-

ary beginning at the Connecticut

River at the Whetstone Brook; then

westerly along the southern side of

the centerline of the Whetstone Brook

to the intersection with Elm Street;

then northerly along the western side

of the centerline of Elm Street to the

intersection of Frost Street; then

westerly along the southern side of

the centerline of Frost Street to Wil-

liams Street; then along the southern

side of the centerline of Williams

Street to Brannan Street; then

southerly along the eastern side of

the centerline of Brannan Street to

the intersection of West Street; then

westerly along the southern side of

the centerline of West Street to the

intersection of Strand Avenue; then

southerly along the eastern side of

the centerline of Strand Avenue to

the intersection of Williams Street;

then westerly along the southern side

of the centerline of Williams Street

past Lamson Street to where the

Whetstone Brook crosses; then west-

erly along the southern side of the

centerline of the Whetstone Brook to

the intersection with Interstate 91;

then southerly along the eastern side

of the centerline of Interstate 91

to the boundary of the town of Guilford;

then easterly along the town line of

Guilford to the intersection with the

Connecticut River; then northerly

along the Connecticut River to the

point of beginning ..............................................            1

 WINDHAM-2-3            That portion of the town of

Brattleboro not located in WIND-

HAM-2-1 or 2-2 ..................................................            1

 WINDHAM-3               Athens, Brookline, Grafton, Rocking-

ham,Windham, and that part of

Westminster encompassed within a

boundary beginning at the intersec-

tion of the Rockingham town line with

Interstate 91; then southeasterly

along the centerline of Interstate 91

to the intersection with the Saxtons

River; then easterly         along the center-

line of the Saxtons River to the inter-

section with Saxtons River Road (VT

121); then southeasterly along the

centerline of Saxtons River Road to

the intersection of Church Avenue;

then easterly along the centerline of

Church Avenue to the intersection of

Saxtons River Road; then northerly

along the centerline of Saxtons River

Road to the intersection of Forest

Road; then southerly along the cen-

terline of Forest Road to the intersec-

tion with the Saxtons River; then

northeasterly along the centerline of

the Saxtons River to the intersection

with the Connecticut River .....................................            2

 WINDHAM-4               Dummerston, Putney, and that part

of Westminster not in WINDHAM-3 .....................            2

 WINDHAM-5               Marlboro, Newfane, and Townshend ......................            1

 WINDHAM-6               Halifax, Wilmington, and that

portion of the town of Whitingham not

in WINDHAM-BENNINGTON..............................            1

 WINDHAM-

  BENNINGTON            Dover, Readsboro, Searsburg, Somer-

set, Stamford, Wardsboro, and that

portion of the town of Whitingham

encompassed within a  boundary be-

ginning at the point where the bound-

ary line of Whitingham and

Readsboro intersects with VT Route

100; then southerly along the

Readsboro town line to the boundary

of the state of Massachusetts; then

easterly  along the Massachusetts

state line to the intersection of

Kentfield Road; then northerly along

the western side of the centerline of

Kentfield Road to the intersection with

the Nog Brook; then northerly

along the western side of the center-

line of Nog Brook to the intersection

with VT 100; then southerly along the

eastern side and westerly along the

southern side of the centerline of VT

100 to the point of beginning..............................            1

 WINDHAM-

  BENNINGTON-

  WINDSOR                              Jamaica, Londonderry, Stratton, Wes-

ton, and Winhall ................................................            1

 WINDSOR-1                Hartland, West Windsor, and Windsor .............            2

 WINDSOR-2                Cavendish and Weathersfield ……....................            1

 WINDSOR-3-1             Andover, Baltimore, Chester, and that

portion of the town of Springfield

encompassed within a boundary be-

ginning at the point where the boundary

line of Springfield and Chester inter-

sects with Route 10; then easterly

along the southern side of the center-

line of Route 10 to the intersection of

Cemetery Road; then easterly along

the southern side of the centerline of

Cemetery Road to the intersection of

School Street; then southerly on the

western side of the centerline of

School Street to the intersection of

Main Street; then easterly on the

southern side of the centerline of

Main Street to the intersection of

Church Street; then southerly along

the western side of the centerline of

Church Street to the intersection of

Spoonerville Road; then southerly

along the western side of the center-

line of Spoonerville Road to the

boundary line of Chester; then north-

erly along the Chester town line to

the point of beginning ..........................................            1

 WINDSOR-3-2             That portion of the town of Spring-

field not in WINDSOR-3-1 ..................................            2

 WINDSOR-4-1             Barnard, Pomfret, and that portion of

the town of Hartford encompassed

within a boundary beginning at the

point where the boundary line of

Hartford and the town of Norwich

intersects with Newton Lane; then

southerly along the western side of

the centerline of Newton Lane to the

intersection of Jericho Street; then

westerly along the northern side of

the centerline of Jericho Street to the

intersection of Dothan Road; then

southerly along the western side of

the centerline of Dothan Road to the

intersection of VT Route 14; then

westerly along the northern side of

the centerline of VT Route 14 to the

intersection of the centerline of Run-

nels Road and VT Route 14; then at a

right angle to a utility pole marked

137T/6 ET&T/3>/136MP Corp/156/

40030 on the south edge of Route 14;

then southerly in a straight line

across the White River to the junction

of Old River Road and the beginning of

Costello Road; then southerly and

easterly along the centerline of Cos-

tello Road to its end on U.S. Route 4;

then westerly along the northern side

of the centerline of U.S. Route 4 to

the boundary of the town of Hartland;

then westerly and northerly along the

town line of Hartland to the boundary

of Pomfret; then northeasterly along the

town line of Pomfret to the

boundary of Norwich; then southeast-

erly along the town line of Norwich to

the point of beginning ..........................................            1

 WINDSOR-4-2             That portion of the town of Hartford

not located in WINDSOR-4-1 .............................            2

 WINDSOR-5                Plymouth, Reading, and Woodstock ...................            1

 WINDSOR-

  ORANGE-1                 Royalton and Tunbridge .....................................            1

 WINDSOR-

  ORANGE-2                 Norwich, Sharon, Strafford, and Thetford ..........            2

 WINDSOR-

  RUTLAND                              Bethel, Pittsfield, Rochester, and

Stockbridge .........................................................            1

 

 (Added 1965, No. 98, § 4; amended 1973, No. 210 (Adj. Sess.), § 4, eff. April 3, 1974; 1981, No. 129 (Adj. Sess.), § 3, eff. March 3, 1982, see note set out below; 1991, No. 116 (Adj. Sess.), § 2, eff. Feb. 13, 1992; No. 147 (Adj. Sess.), § 2, eff. April 25, 1992; 2001, No. 85 (Adj. Sess.), § 1, eff. May 3, 2002; No. 151 (Adj. Sess.), §§ 55-57, eff. June 27, 2002; 2011, No. 74 (Adj. Sess.), § 1, eff. Feb. 28, 2012; No. 93 (Adj. Sess.), § 1, eff. May 1, 2012.)