Chittenden-3-2 Vermont Representative District, 2002–12

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The Chittenden-3-2 Representative District is a one-member state Representative district in the U.S. state of Vermont. It is one of the 108 one or two member districts into which the state was divided by the redistricting and reapportionment plan developed by the Vermont General Assembly following the 2000 U.S. Census. The plan applies to legislatures elected in 2002, 2004, 2006, 2008, and 2010. A new plan will be developed in 2012 following the 2010 U.S. Census.

The Chittenden-3-2 District includes a section of the Chittenden County city of Burlington defined as follows:

Consisting of all that portion of the City of Burlington encompassed within a boundary beginning where the northerly property line of Leddy Park intersects the shore of Lake Champlain, then northeasterly along said property line and said property line extended to North Avenue, then southeasterly along North Avenue to the southerly boundary of Farrington's Trailer Park, then northeasterly and northwesterly along the boundary of Farrington's Trailer Park and the back property lines of property fronting Lopes Avenue to the northwest corner of the corner lot at the intersection of Lopes Avenue and Roseade Parkway including all the residences on Lopes Avenue and Blondin Circle, then northeasterly along the back property lines between property fronting on Roseade Parkway and Arlington Court including all the residences on Roseade Parkway, and turning northwesterly along the back property lines of property fronting Arlington Court to the intersection of the back property lines of property fronting Farrington Parkway, then easterly along the back property lines of property fronting Farrington Parkway to the south, then easterly along Farrington Parkway to the intersection of Farrington Parkway and Ethan Allen Parkway including all units at 282 Ethan Allen Parkway, then northerly along Ethan Allen Parkway to a point where the back property lines of property fronting the north side of Farrington Parkway intersect Ethan Allen Parkway, then westerly along the back property lines of property fronting the north side of Farrington Parkway, continuing west across the end of Gosse Court to the southeast corner of the Lyman C. Hunt School property, then northwesterly along the property boundary of the Lyman C. Hunt School property to its northeast, then northeasterly along the back property lines of property fronting on Janet Circle to a point where said back property lines intersect the back property lines of property fronting on James Avenue including all residences on Janet Circle, then northwesterly along the back property lines of property fronting on James Avenue and Sandra Circle and continuing northeasterly along the back property lines of property fronting on Sandra Circle to the intersection of the right-of-way of the Winooski Valley Park Way including all residences on Sandra Circle, then northerly in a straight line to the Winooski River, then following the Winooski River easterly to the railroad bridge, then westerly along the railroad bridge and continuing along the railroad tracks until it intersects at a point with the straight-line extension of the property boundary between 603 and 617 Riverside Avenue, then southerly along the straight-line extension of the property boundary between 603 and 617 Riverside Avenue, continuing southerly along the property boundary of 603 and 617 Riverside Avenue to its intersection with Riverside Avenue, then westerly along Riverside Avenue to the intersection of Intervale Avenue, then southwesterly along Intervale Avenue to the intersection of Archibald Street, then westerly along Archibald Street to the intersection of Spring Street, then northwesterly along Spring Street to the intersection of Manhattan Drive, then westerly along Manhattan Drive to the intersection of Pitkin Street, then southerly along Pitkin Street to the intersection of Strong Street, then westerly along Strong Street to the intersection of North Avenue, then northwesterly along North Avenue to the intersection of Sunset Court, then southwesterly along Sunset Court to its end to include all residences on the northwesterly side of Sunset Court, continuing southeasterly in a straight-line extension of Sunset Court to its intersection with the railroad tracks, then southerly along the railroad tracks to the intersection of the northern boundary line of the property to the north of the Moran Plant, then westerly along the boundary line to the intersection of the shore of Lake Champlain, then northerly along the shore of Lake Champlain to the point of beginning.

— Vermont Statutes, Title 17, Chapter 34, Section 1893a [1]

The rest of Burlington is in Chittenden-3-1, Chittenden-3-3, Chittenden-3-4, Chittenden-3-5 and Chittenden-3-6.

As of the 2000 census, the state as a whole had a population of 608,827. As there are a total of 150 representatives, there were 4,059 residents per representative (or 8,118 residents per two representatives). The one member Chittenden-3-2 District had a population of 4,070 in that same census, 0.27% above the state average.

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