How CVFiber Operates
CVFiber is a municipality governed by representatives from each member town. The volunteer representatives are approved through their towns and become a voting member of the CVFiber Governing Board. Each member town is allotted an alternate representative as well in the event that the other representative is not present for voting matters.
CVFiber is a public entity and is therefore subject to open meeting laws per Vermont statute. CVFiber also has a handful of sub-committees tasked with specific important areas of governance. See our Governing Board page for more information about our structure, as well as our meeting agendas and minutes.
CVFiber also has an Executive Director, Jennille Smith, who coordinates much of the work of the body and reports to the Executive Committee.
In total, CVFiber has five committees who oversee and coordinate the work.