Governor Peter E. Shumlin appoints Joslyn L. Wilschek of Primmer an alternate member of the State of Vermont Environmental Commission for District 5

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Vermont’s Act 250 program provides a public, quasi-judicial process for reviewing and managing the environmental, social and fiscal consequences of major subdivisions and developments in Vermont. The program is implemented through the 9 District Environmental Commissions. Specific program objectives of Act 250 include:

thorough review of each Act 250 permit application under the requirements of the statutory criteria;
performing jurisdictional determinations and permit reviews as expeditiously as possible;
providing assistance to applicants and other parties in preparation for their participation in Act 250 proceedings;
assisting permittees in maintaining compliance with permit terms and conditions;
enforcing the requirements of Act 250 permits and the statute. Natural Resources Board
Joslyn has almost a decade of experience advising utilities and private renewable energy developers on all aspects of project development, including permitting, real estate, net metering programs and projects, easement acquisition, state agency coordination, and contract negotiation for renewable energy projects and reliability projects such as substation and electric line upgrades.