[Imports] Vermont Town boundaries from VCGI
gdt at ir.bbn.com
Wed Dec 4 21:47:51 UTC 2013
Andrew Guertin <andrew.guertin at uvm.edu> writes:
> On 12/02/2013 09:23 PM, Greg Troxel wrote:
>> I think the real question is what does village mean in Vermont. Are
>> there village ordinances that only apply within village limits? Is each
>> village strictly contained within a city/town? Is every bit of land
>> that is in a city/town within some village?
> Every village is strictly contained within a town, and remains part of
> that town. Villages can make certain ordinances that apply within their
> limits, but anything from the town still applies. Villages only exist
> where they have been voted into existence, most towns do not contain any
> has all the rules, and
> is a good example of one.
Thanks for the explanation. Given that, village as admin_level=10 (or 9
if you want) sounds like exactly the right thing for me.
Perhaps rendering will need to catch up.
This was interesting to read. Villages as a political entity in Vermont
seem far more firmly established than in Mass.
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