The Vermont Statutes Online
§ 291-1. Village boundaries; residents; Town inhabitants
(a) That part of the Town of Woodstock, in the County of Windsor, beginning at a stone post standing on the easterly side of the highway leading from the Village of Woodstock to Taftsville, and distant about 70 rods from the present northeast corner of the Village; thence running south 65 degrees east 62 rods to a corner; thence south 40 degrees west 128 rods to the northeasterly corner of the creamery lot; thence the same course 301 rods to the southeast corner of R. E. Townsend's meadow; thence westerly on Townsend's land 117 and one-half rods to Harvey H. Lockwood's east line; thence north 51 and one-half degrees west 96 rods to a stone post standing on the northwesterly side of the highway near Sorrel Lucia's house; thence same course 78 rods to a corner; thence north 39 degrees east 73 rods to the north-east corner of L. B. Marble's wood shed; thence same course 304 rods to the south-west corner of Allen W. Thompson's house; thence south 65 degrees east 64 and a half rods to a stone post standing near the fair ground school house so called; thence same course 171 rods to place of beginning, shall hereafter be known by the name of the Village of Woodstock.
(b) The corporation hereby created may alter the boundaries and limits of the Village, with the consent of any person or persons to be included or excluded by such alteration; and a record of all such alterations shall be made in the office of the Town Clerk of the Town of said Town of Woodstock. The inhabitants and territory included in the limits of the Village shall belong to the Town of territory of Woodstock, in the same manner as though this charter had not passed.