As reported earlier, the Town of Killington paid $25,000 to purchase an option to buy 37 acres of land on the Killington Access Road. It is now estimated that it will cost another $36,000 to conduct the investigative work necessary (this includes a survey, wetland delineations and other studies). The committee estimates that 19 acres of the 37 acres will be useable land.
AMS Planning and Research, a consulting group, has been retained by the Town of Killington to conduct a feasibility study on the economic viability of this project. Phase I findings will be presented to the public on Monday October 19th at 5:30 at the Town Office.