The city councilor outdistanced his opponent, Council President Max Tracy, who has brought in $1,666.
Progressive Councilors Brian Pine and Max Tracy got their footing in different eras of the party — how will their political identities affect the outcome of Burlington’s mayor’s race?
In a forum Wednesday night, mayoral candidates Brian Pine and Max Tracy did little to set themselves apart from each other on issues facing Vermont’s largest city.
Burlington Mayor Miro Weinberger told supporters Tuesday morning that he’s running for reelection. Progressive Councilors Brian Pine and Max Tracy are also in the race, as is independent Ali Dieng.
Protesters have been calling for the removal of three BPD officers for a month. One of those officers is being offered a $300,000 separation agreement by the city.
A crowd of protesters has taken over Battery Park, demanding the firing of three police officers. Do Burlington residents and political leaders agree?
City officials say there are too many legal boundaries keeping them from removing officers accused of using excessive force. What are their options?
A group of Burlington city councilors asked college administrators Friday to engage more over concerns about the school’s reopening plan as students began to arrive in Burlington.
The Burlington mayor said he objected to the ‘timing, avoidable expense and substance’ of the resolution which put ranked choice voting in municipal elections in front of voters in November.
Brookfield’s decision to step away from the downtown project followed months of limited communication with city officials.
City officials also heard a report that construction on the CityPlace downtown development is unlikely to start this year.
Concern is rising about students returning to the city to move in and out of off-campus apartments, as leases switch hands at the end of May and start of June.
The resulting loss of parking spaces along the corridor has drawn the opposition of area small business owners.
The City Council voted 11-1 to implement an updated policing policy that prohibits city law enforcement from providing information on individuals to immigration authorities.