As part of the effort to work with returning students, the National Guard is setting up a testing site June 3 at UVM that also can be used by those attending Champlain College.
In a 2,924 to 1,613 vote, South Burlington voters said no to the district’s proposed $53.7 million budget.
A spokesperson said the Guard has not received any guidance suggesting it should alter its program following a crash at Eglin Air Force Base last week.
The vote on the revised spending plan has sparked another community debate after the district’s initial proposal failed alongside a $209.6 million bond issue.
Students often lease off-campus apartments starting June 1. They are required to quarantine, but some doubt regulations will be followed.
Group sizes have to be limited to 10 people, and 6 feet of distance must be maintained between households.
The Board of Finance held a special meeting Thursday to discuss what a “bad case scenario” budget for 2021 would look like.
The Scott administration plans to make $42 million available to renters and landlords and an $8 million housing rehabilitation program aimed to shelter individuals experiencing homelessness.
City officials also heard a report that construction on the CityPlace downtown development is unlikely to start this year.
The subject of years of controversy, the ‘Everyone Loves a Parade’ mural in the Church Street Marketplace will be removed this year.
Burlington will now require customers to wear masks in retail shops. And people coming into in city buildings in Burlington and South Burlington must be masked.
While some continue to wait to receive any payments at all, others who had started receiving benefits had their payments stop.
Major League Baseball is considering options for restarting without fans and minor league affiliates are waiting for further instruction from their major league partners.
Gov. Phil Scott announced Friday that municipalities could set stricter policies on mask wearing.