The Village Trustees on Monday picked their landing spots
LYNDON — Same faces, different places. The Village Trustees on Monday picked their landing spots once the Town of Lyndon-Village of Lyndonville merger takes effect. The merger proposal would dissolve the Village Trustees, increase the Select Board to five members, and establish a three-member Board of Commissioners to supervise Lyndonville Electric Department. Trustees Susan Mills and Christopher Hunter will join the expanded Select Board if all goes as planned. Mills, a longtime former Lyndonville Electric Department employee, has served on the Village Trustees since 2017. She is also a former Planning Commission member and Chair and former school board member. Hunter was elected to the Village Trustees in 2015. He works as a cook for Northeast Kingdom Community Action’s Head Start program and is a longtime volunteer with the Village Improvement Society.