The vacant North Main Street building, which last served as a used furniture store, is located at the “gateway” to downtown White River Junction.
Tag: Upper Valley Haven
RV owners caught up in Hartford towing crackdown
“Even if I could pay for it, there is nowhere I am allowed to put it,” said an RV owner whose vehicle was towed and impounded.
Federal funds help ease a rural health care crisis but challenges remain
Directors from four rural Vermont health care organizations gathered to discuss rural health care and celebrate receiving $2.72 million in grants from the U.S. Department of Agriculture.
Hartford apartments aimed at homeless tenants get final Planning Board approval
The meeting accompanying the 5-2 decision was mellow compared with previous public hearings held over the past few months as Twin Pines sought approval to build the three-story building on land purchased from St. Paul’s Episcopal Church.
Hartford Zoning Board kills Upper Valley Haven’s low-barrier homeless shelter plan
The plan called for building a 20-bed shelter open to nearly any adult, including those under the influence of drugs and alcohol. The shelter would have been built on land purchased from neighboring St. Paul’s Episcopal Church.
Connector road demand a dead end for planned Hartford homeless shelter
The Haven's executive director said no evidence of the need for the road has been offered by commissioners, and the vote effectively killed the Haven’s application for site plan approval for the shelter.
Upper Valley Haven puts hot food on hold
The zoning board's ruling affects the Haven’s ability to run its grab-n-go meal program, which was established during the pandemic.
Hartford housing plan gets critical approvals
In excess of 80 participants logged on for both public hearings.
Planned apartment complex aimed at homeless people in Hartford draws support, criticism
The interplay between St. Paul’s Church, Twin Pines Housing Trust and the Upper Valley Haven helped to draw more than 80 people to a hearing to discuss the 18-unit complex.
Hartford Planning Commission deals setback to low-income apartment plan
“We’re both surprised and disappointed by the commission’s decision,” the executive director of Twin Pines Housing said Tuesday.
Food pantries fear pinch from inflation, supply shortages
Prior to the pandemic, about 10% of the Upper Valley was food-insecure, meaning they worried about affording food. During the pandemic, that number rose to 30% and is now around 15% to 20%, the executive director of the Upper Valley Haven said.
Vermont's homeless population is declining, but the shelters are full
Vermont’s homeless population has decreased by almost a third since 2015. But homeless shelters are still turning away many into the cold weather.
Upper Valley Haven appoints executive director
News Release -- Upper Valley Haven Sept. 6, 2018 Contact: Merritt Patridge email@example.com Upper Valley Haven Appoints Michael Redmond as Executive Director Michael Redmond will join the Upper Valley Haven as its next Executive Director on October 15th. Michael will succeed Sara Kobylenski, Executive Director of the Haven for nearly 10 years, who announced in […]