The court found that the pipeline project did not materially affect the public’s use of a town park.
News Release — U.S. Department of Justice United States Attorney District of Vermont August 16, 2017 Contact: Tim Atkinson United States Attorney’s Office, District of Vermont 802.951.6725 [email protected] The Office of the United States Attorney for the District of Vermont announced today that it has resolved its review of the Hinesburg Police Department’s compliance with […]
“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.”
Pamela E. Price, 24, died July 4 from a gunshot wound at her home in St. George. State police say they’ve completed their probe into what happened and will release information soon.
The officer resigned nearly a year after he and another officer responded to a domestic violence call at a couple’s home.
Officials say the youth, a refugee, would need a green card and other documentation to go on the annual class trip to Montreal.
Hinesburg residents appealed a decision that allowed Vermont Gas Systems to use the power of eminent domain to build a pipeline under a town park. The work is just weeks from completion.
￼News Release — U.S. Department of Justice United States Attorney District of Vermont March 3, 2017 Contact: Tim Atkinson United States Attorney’s Office, District of Vermont 802.951.6725 [email protected] Burlington, Vermont — The Office of the United States Attorney for the District of Vermont stated that Deshawn Livingston, 41, of Brooklyn, New York and Brandy LaRock, 33, […]
Vermont Supreme Court lifts a stay for last section of the 41-mile Addison natural gas pipeline, which a company official says should be pumping gas within 15 weeks. The court will still hear the case and provisions are in place to reverse construction if the plaintiff wins.
Plans for a proposed supermarket in Hinesburg have been revised so the parking lot wouldn’t send water onto another property except during the most severe storms. But opponents say that’s not enough.
Had Vermont Gas dealt with the Hinesburg Conservation Commission’s demands two years ago, they would probably have a working pipeline now.
Protesters were charged with unlawful restraint and disorderly conduct.
We will not stop opposing this pipeline in every manner possible out of respect for the safety of our communities, and the welfare of future generations.
News Release — Champlain Housing Trust & Housing Vermont September 22, 2016 Contact: Chris Donnelly, Champlain Housing Trust, 310-0623 Kenn Sassorossi, Housing Vermont, 355-8009 Community celebrates first affordable family rentals with ribbon cutting at Green Street Apartments Hinesburg, VT – Thursday afternoon brought together scores of interested onlookers as two local nonprofit housing organizations marked […]