PC Construction has started work on two new residence halls at Champlain College in Burlington, Vermont, that will house 180 students when completed in July 2014.
Mayor Miro Weinberger announces members of Public Investment Team will evaluate project concepts for Waterfront Public Investment Action Plan
Mayor Miro Weinberger today announced the members of the Public Investment Team, who will evaluate and prioritize the public improvement project concepts that have been submitted in response to the Waterfront Public Investment Action Plan (PIAP) request for concepts.
We are also moving and heading in the right direction as a city in terms of our environmental impact. In the year ahead we will make progress on many fronts towards becoming a greener city, reducing costs for our residents and businesses, and lessening our impact on climate change.
BTV Gig releases community strategy document for leveraging Burlington’s existing gigabit infrastructure
NEWS RELEASE — BTV Gig March 20, 2013 Media Contact: Bradley Holt Email: [email protected] Phone: 802-383-4737 ext. 11 Burlington’s Gigabit Opportunity BTV Gig Releases Community Strategy Document for Leveraging Burlington’s Existing Gigabit Infrastructure March 20, 2013 Burlington, VT—BTV Gig, an independent initiative to leverage gigabit Internet speeds for the benefit of the community of Burlington, […]
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE February 4, 2013 Contact: Nathan Wildfire 802.865.7179 [email protected] CEDO Announces Opening of Request for Concepts Period for Waterfront Public Investment Action Plan Burlington, VT – Community and Economic Development Office (CEDO) Director Peter Owens today announced the opening of a two-month-long request for concepts (RFC) period for the Waterfront Public Investment Action […]
Vermont’s mayors today announced the creation of the Vermont Mayors Coalition, a group including all eight Vermont mayors who plan to collaborate on issues of common interest to their cities and towns.
“Over the next two years, through a highly-transparent, collaborative, and efficient process that provides significant opportunity for public input, the Administration will identify and begin to implement prudent, public investments in both the Waterfront and Downtown Tax Increment Financing (TIF) Districts.”
The F-35 is very loud but nevertheless a bit quieter than the F-16 as you go sideways to the runway. This because the F-35 is not using its afterburner.
Mayor Miro Weinberger today announced the appointment of Rubi Simon as the new director of the Fletcher Free Library (FFL) for the City of Burlington.
The film combines archival images, and interviews with historians and descendants of the original settlers, to tell the little-known story of a traditional Jewish community that thrived in Burlington’s Old North End from the 1880s to the 1940s.
Mayor Miro Weinberger and Vermont Transportation Secretary Brian Searles appeared with the leadership of Burlington International Airport, Efficiency Vermont, and the Burlington Electric Department today to unveil a new interactive sustainability installation at the airport.