The 25th Annual COTS Walk kicks off at 2 p.m. Sunday, May 4. The fundraiser is a 3.5-mile trek around downtown Burlington starting from Battery Park, following the route a person who is homeless or at risk of becoming homeless might travel to receive shelter and services.
News Release — City of Burlington April 15, 2014 BURLINGTON – Moody’s Investors Service published a Ratings Report, in which Moody’s improved Burlington’s credit rating outlook to “stable” – revising the City’s rating to “Baa3 stable” from “Baa3 negative.” In its rating rationale, Moody’s shared the following: “The stable outlook reflects the recent stabilization of […]
News Release — Burlington Mayor’s Office April 8, 2014 BURLINGTON – Mayor Miro Weinberger this evening delivered the State of the City Address in City Hall’s Contois Auditorium during which he reported that the City has turned the corner in its pursuit of fixing its municipal finances. The Mayor was joined by the City Council, […]
Mayor Miro Weinberger this evening delivered the State of the City Address in City Hall’s Contois Auditorium during which he reported that the City has turned the corner in its pursuit of fixing its municipal finances.
On Friday, March 28, CCTA and the Union engaged in negotiations for over 17 hours.
Mayor Miro Weinberger today announced that the City of Burlington has reached a key milestone set forth in last month’s Burlington Telecom (BT) Mediated Settlement Agreement.
An overnight fire in Burlington, VT has forced residents of a 131 Elmwood Avenue apartment building from their homes, leaving some to wonder what’s next.
The bus drivers’ union, Teamsters Local 597, and the Chittenden County Transit Authority failed to come to an agreement after seven hours of negotiations on Saturday. The Burlington area bus strike will continue into a second week. CCTA officials say union representatives walked out of talks with federal mediators. The company says the remaining issues […]
While in Japan, Mayor Weinberger and Nishinomiya Mayor Masahiro Kouno will sign a second joint communiqué recommitting the cities as “Environmental Learning Cities” with the goals of promoting shared learning and building more sustainable and ecologically vibrant communities.
Editor’s note: This story was updated at 5:27 p.m. with information from the Teamster’s Union. The Chittenden County Transit Authority announced on Sunday morning that bus services will operate as scheduled on Monday in the Burlington area. Last week the local Teamsters union threatened to strike on March 10 if CCTA and union members couldn’t […]
News Release — Burlington School District Feb. 6, 2014 BURLINGTON/WINOOSKI – On January 25th, 2014, Burlington and Winooski School Boards and Superintendents came together for a half-day retreat to learn about and provide input on a new vision for the two districts that will better prepare young people for the realities of 21st Century life. […]