Upcoming meeting: HPC Agenda 01 11 2021
5 p.m. Monday, January 11, 2021, Online
https://us02web.zoom.us/j/82584297795 Meeting ID: 825 8429 7795
To join by phone: 1-646-558-8656
The Hogback Preservation Commission is the governing entity for Hogback Mountain under the auspices of the Marlboro Select Board. This Commission sets and revises policy under the purview of the Conservation Easement Agreement held by the Vermont Land Trust. The Commission will also monitor, revise and update the Management Plan, ensure conformity to the Conservation Easement Agreement, provide an annual budget for Select Board review and provide recommendations for the management of the Hogback Mountain Endowment Fund.
The board is comprised of three-seven members.
This commission provides management oversight of all matters concerning Hogback Mountain and provides advice and recommendations to the Select Board in this regard, as needed. The Management Plan can be seen in List of Documents.
The Commission provides a general oversight of the private, non-profit Hogback Mountain Conservation Association (HMCA) whose volunteer members will endeavor to support the Commission. HMCA, as a separate organization, is the group expected to provide actual on-the-ground support at Hogback in the way of trail management, events and activity responsibilities and other such activities as needed.
Meetings: Bi-Monthly, January, March, May, July, September, and November, Second Monday of the Month, 5:00 p.m., Town Office
See Municipal Directory for members
Hosting Events or Bringing Groups to Hogback: The Town of Marlboro has a permit process for groups that wish to hold events on Hogback. Download the permit application, which is formally known as a Facility Use Agreement, below. There is no permit filing fee. Submit the completed application to the Town Clerk, either in person, by mail (Marlboro Town Clerk, PO Box 518, Marlboro, VT 05344), or by scanning and emailing the completed application to firstname.lastname@example.org.
Once your application has been submitted, a Town-appointed Hogback Preservation Commission member will review your plans and may contact you to discuss the details. The permit process allows the Town to interact with event organizers to be sure users know what activities are and are not allowed, and to consider whether to grant a variance to the rules in special circumstances.
Link to Facility Use Agreement for Hogback Mountain Conservation Area: Facility Use Agreement:Hogback Mountain Conservation Area
(For more information about hosting events on Hogback and the permit process, please see this link:https://www.hogbackvt.org/permit-info)