Moran plant decision doesn’t settle Burlington waterfront redevelopment debate


Grand plans for the derelict power plant on Burlington’s waterfront have come and gone. This time the idea is to attract a private developer with TIF-funded infrastructure improvements.

FTC numbers spur Sanders allegation that big gas station owners are gouging customers


Sanders says four companies own 58 percent of the gas stations in the Burlington market and hints this might be the reason for the discrepancy in prices.

Community Sailing Center supports Weinberger’s decision to drop city involvement in Moran Plant development

The Lake Champlain Community Sailing Center (LCCSC) stands in full support of Burlington Mayor Miro Weinberger’s public announcement to create an open RFP process for the redevelopment of the Moran Building site on the northern part of Burlington’s waterfront.

Burlington mayor says no to Moran, proposes TIF funding for bike path

Weinberger: “I will not risk Moran becoming another Burlington Telecom.”

City of Burlington responds to Moody’s Investors service downgrade

Moody’s Investors Service announced today that it is downgrading the City of Burlington’s general obligation debt rating from A3 to Baa3 with a negative outlook.

Undecided on F-35s, two communities want more questions answered

Burlington City Council

Pro and con resolutions failed in Burlington, but a compromise passed by raising questions and requesting that the plane be brought to Vermont so residents can experience the noise.

Mayor Miro Weinberger appoints Peter Owens as CEDO director

Mayor Miro Weinberger today announced the appointment of Peter Owens as Director of the Community and Economic Development Office (CEDO) for the City of Burlington.

Mayor Miro Weinberger statement in response to Burlington Board of Education’s extension of superintendent’s contract

Mayor Miro Weinberger statement in response to Burlington Board of Education’s extension of superintendent’s contract

Weinberger unveils reorganization plan, department appointment list

Burlington City Hall

Parks and Recreation Director Mari Steinbach will be replaced, and searches will continue to fill five other key posts.

In Profile, Part 2: New mayor eager to talk development, but cautious on racism


Weinberger discusses unfinished waterfront business, re-imagining City Hall Park, F-35 arguments, and why he likes Jeanne Collins’ school equity plan.

Mayor Weinberger announces FY 2013 appointments

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE June 11, 2012 Contact: Mike Kanarick 802.735.7962   Mayor Miro Weinberger Announces Appointments for FY13 Burlington, VT – Mayor Miro Weinberger today announced mayoral appointments for FY13. Please see the following memorandum, “Mayoral Appointments for FY13,” for a detailed list.   MEMORANDUM   TO:                        Burlington City Council   FROM:                  Mayor Miro Weinberger   DATE:                  June […]

In Profile, Part 1: Weinberger’s “Fresh Start” meets early tests, deadline crunch


Burlington’s new mayor talks about fulfilling his campaign promises, the city attorney slip up, making the choice on Moran, tensions over housing, and extending UVM agreements. 

Burlington marketing team, Churchill and McIntyre, donates services to save 30 small businesses in New England

Burlington, VT – Local web and marketing professionals Stephen Churchill and Steve McIntyre have teamed up for the 30in Thirty project, a film chronicling their efforts to save 30 small businesses throughout New England in 30 days by designing web and social marketing platforms for them free of charge. Filming is scheduled to begin in […]

State auditor: Burlington owes $1.2 million to education fund

Burlington City Hall. VTD/Josh Larkin

Burlington Mayor Miro Weinberger accuses the auditor of making a “subjective objection to a refinancing transaction that occurred 13 years ago.” AUDIT POSTED

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