First Lyndon Town Meeting Info Session To Be Held Via Zoom Saturday

A new plaque honoring a historical site was installed along Vail Drive in Lyndon Wednesday. The plaque marks the location of Lyndon's first town meeting. The original stone marker had been located across the road, but was moved because it was slowly going over the bank. The original monument was installed in 1906 by Civil War veteran Luther B. Harris at the site of the community’s first-ever town meeting, held on July 4, 1792 at a home that was owned by a Daniel Reniff. (Photo By Todd Wellington)

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