One change allows nonresidential use; the other tweaks off-site parking requirements. Burlington had committed to make the changes as part of a deal with the man developing the former Burlington College land.
The college plans to start the $36 million project in December. The new six-story building will have 104 apartments with living space for 314 students.
The Washington County Republican said the outcome was unlikely to change. Gov.-elect Phil Scott said the decision “speaks to who he is: a public servant first and a politician second.”
Recently the VT FaMLI Coalition launched a campaign to establish a family and medical leave insurance program for all working Vermonters.
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SB Mentoring has been a leading example for the state in long-term, school-based mentoring pairs.
Mike Coppinger, of the Downtown Rutland Partnership, touts his business experience. He also says Mayor Chris Louras mishandled the refugee resettlement proposal, although he believes the city can absorb 100 to 200 refugees.
Lyndon State and Johnson State college graduates starting with the class of 2022 will have a degree from Northern Vermont University. In September the Vermont State Colleges System board decided to unite the two colleges, and on Wednesday the trustees chose a name. The two colleges are merging into one institution with two campuses to […]
News Release — Camp Ta-Kum-Ta Nov. 29, 2016 Contact: Hattie Johnson Telephone: 603-496-1323 Email: [email protected] 1,500 Santas will fill the streets of Burlington on Sunday, December 4th BURLINGTON, VT – The 6th Annual Ri Ra 5K Santa Run presented by Sierra Trading Post to support Camp Ta-Kum-Ta will be held on Sunday, December 6, 2015. […]
News Release — Bread Loaf Corp. Nov. 27, 2016 Contact: Leslie O’Halloran Leslie O’Halloran Graphic Designer and Marketing Coordinator Bread Loaf Corporation (p) 802-388-9871 ext.257 (f) 802-388-3815 www.breadloaf.com Burlington, Vermont —A Ribbon Cutting Ceremony was held this fall to celebrate the opening of the restored Alumni House and the Jack and Shirley Silver Pavilion at […]
News Release — Vermont Sustainable Jobs Fund November 29, 2016 Media Contact: Rachel Carter 802-318-5527, [email protected] Vermont’s Universal Recycling Law creates market for organics hauling and management services; Flexible Capital Fund provides working capital to turn economic opportunity into revenue growth and new livable wage jobs at Grow Compost of Vermont Montpelier, VT – The […]
News Release — United States Attorney District of Vermont Nov. 29, 2016 Contact: Tim Atkinson 802.951.6725 [email protected] United States Attorney Eric Miller announced today that Julia Torti has joined the United States Attorney’s Office for the District of Vermont as an Assistant United States Attorney in the Office’s Civil Division. Ms. Torti, who grew up […]
News Release — Way to Go VT November 29, 2016 Contact: Dave Speidel 802-660-2051 Way to Go! Challenge 800-685-RIDE (7433) [email protected] Shelburne Community School Accepts The Big Prize – A Solar Tracker! Burlington, Vermont–More than 11,000 people participated in this year’s Way to Go! Challenge from 333 groups, including businesses, organizations, and schools from all […]
The U.S. attorney’s office has hired a new lawyer in its Civil Division to enforce the nation’s civil rights laws in Vermont. Julia Torti, who grew up in Vermont and has been working for a civil rights law firm in New York, is one of 34 civil rights attorneys the U.S. Department of Justice is […]