The Vermont Statutes Online
§ 237-21. Town highway district
All of the territory embraced within the limits of said Village is hereby constituted a highway district of the Town of Lyndon, and all of the highway taxes assessed upon the ratable estate thereof shall be paid in money, and the selectmen of the Town of Lyndon shall make out a tax bill thereof and deliver the same seasonably as required by law with a warrant for its collection to the Collector of said Village, who shall collect the same as other taxes of said Village are collected, and shall pay the same over to the Treasurer of said Village, which moneys shall be withdrawn from said treasury by the trustees of the Village, and shall be expended by them or under their direction in building, constructing, maintaining, repairing, clearing, sprinkling, sanding, and lighting streets, highways, walks, and alleys, and constructing and maintaining a common sewer and main drain of said Village, and also for improving and beautifying streets, highways, walks, parks, and commons of said Village. No surveyor of highways shall be elected for said Village or chosen by said Town.