“We’ve started interviews,” said Selectboard and hiring committee member Aaron Kimball. “We’re narrowing down the candidates we want to recommend to the Selectboard, which we hope will happen in the next few weeks.”
Mayors and other policy makers discussed the opiate crisis and the pros and cons of safe injection sites.
News Release — Common Deer August 15,2017 Contact: Sarah Beal Phone: 802.598.1167 Email: [email protected] Burlington, VT – Common Deer, in partnership with neighboring businesses on College Street, is excited to announce the first ever “College Street Collide”, a one day block party event featuring activities, prizes, samples, trunk shows and discounts at participating businesses, as […]
Mayor Miro Weinberger will be welcoming leaders from more than 40 cities around the country for a three-day event consisting of panels, discussions and tours.
News Release — Mayor Miro Weinberger August 11, 2017 Contact: Katie Vane 802.734.0617 Mayor Miro Weinberger’s public appearance schedule for August 14 – 18, 2017: Monday, August 14 – Tuesday, August 15 No public appearances scheduled Wednesday, August 16 City offices closed in observance of Bennington Battle Day 8:00 am Mornings with Miro – The […]
Three guidance counselors and a registrar have all quit their jobs at Burlington High School.
The steel skeleton structure is complete for a $187.7 million facility that will mean more single-bed inpatient rooms at the hospital.
“Our cops have realized that in many cases writing the ticket is a fruitless act and have stopped writing them,” says Burlington Police Chief Brandon del Pozo.
News Release — Burlington Telecom August 4, 2017 Contact: [email protected] GOVERNOR PHIL SCOTT, MAYOR MIRO WEINBERGER, AND BURLINGTON TELECOM TO LAUNCH EXPANSION OF A PROGRAM TO BENEFIT LOW-INCOME RESIDENTS IN BURLINGTON Date: Friday, August 4, 2017 Contact: Abbie Tykocki Phone: 802-540-0948 E-mail: [email protected] Website: http://www.burlingtontelecom.com Burlington, VT – Governor Phil Scott, Mayor Miro Weinberger, Burlington […]
The municipally owned telecommunications company is the first provider in the state to offer high-speed internet through the federal Lifeline subsidy program.
One of the outstanding negotiation issues still facing the Burlington School Board and teachers union for the fiscal year 2018 contract is health care coverage.
News Release — Vermont Council on Rural Development August 3, 2017 Contact: Paul Costello (802) 223-5763 [email protected] Catalysts of the Climate Economy Summit Set for Vermont MONTPELIER, Vt. – Vermont will host the Catalysts of the Climate Economy (cc:econ), a three-day national innovation summit on September 6-8. Taking place at the University of Vermont in […]
Two offers came from “mature financially stable” companies, while a third is from a private equity investor. The fourth bidder, a co-op, has gone public.
Keep BT Local, a group aiming to run the municipally owned telecommunications company, has taken in more than $250,000 in pledges since Monday.