Milton

Milton School Board apologizes for passing over black athletic director applicant

The board says race played no role in how it handled the hiring process.

Milton Rep. Ron Hubert to resign seat July 1

Rep. Ron Hubert, R-Milton, will give up his seat in the House, effective July 1. The Vermont Press Bureau first reported the news Monday. Hubert was not available for comment at his workplace Monday afternoon. Hubert sent an email resignation to the clerk of the House, who has requested that Hubert submit his resignation in […]

Racial bias alleged in Milton’s handling of athletic director hire

“Being a fellow black man, I can only assume that having two consecutive black men in this position was not what the school board intended,” says outgoing athletic director Michael Jabour.

Ceremony Launches Vermont’s First, Multi-Family Passive House Building

News Release — Cathedral Square May 3, 2016 Contact: Chris Falk Director of Communications, Cathedral Square 802.859.8880 (o) 802.825.9238 (c) falk@cathedralsquare.org www.cathedralsquare.org Cathedral Square Begins Construction on Energy-Efficient Housing for Seniors in Milton Milton, VT—State and local officials, and leaders from finance and nonprofit housing organizations, marked the construction start of an innovative, affordable housing […]

4.3 megawatts of solar capacity proposed in Milton

News Release — Town of Milton March 11, 2015 Contact Erik Wells 802-891-8020 ewells@town.milton.vt.us CAPABLE OF PRODUCING OVER 5 MILLION KILOWATT HOURS OF ELECTRICITY ANNUALLY; TWO ARRAYS ARE DESIGNED TO SUBSTANTIALLY BENEFIT TAXPAYERS AND THE LOCAL ECONOMY WHILE MAKING MILTON A LEADER IN COMMUNITY SOLAR Innovative Community Solar Park would be the Largest of its […]

Milton Route 7 Transportation Study public meeting #2

On Thursday, January 29th at 6:00PM join us at the Milton Municipal Building (43 Bombardier Road) to learn more about the Milton Route 7 Transportation Study

Exemplar Vermont schools recognized for climate and culture

The VTPBiS State Team is recognizing eleven schools as “VTPBiS Exemplar Schools” for the 2013-2014 school year.

YWP: Letter to a Bully

This week’s Young Writers Project entry is “Letter to a Bully,” by Sabrina Dhaliwal, a junior to be at Milton High School.

Uncertified Milton salvage yard agrees to penalty, cleanup

Operators of a Milton salvage yard agreed to remove junk cars from their property and pay a $4,500 penalty under a settlement with the state. The Department of Environmental Conservation found that McRae Auto/Wrecker Service, owned by George and Patricia McRae, did not have the proper state or municipal permits to operate a salvage yard. […]

Summer lunches help state combat childhood hunger

Vermont ranks fifth in the nation for having the highest percentage of students who qualify for school lunch programs participating during the summer months.

Funds awarded for local conservation projects

Trail work, a publication highlighting local hikes, the support for a town-wide natural resource inventory and a natural resources training program for a local community all are expected to go forward thanks to recent grants awarded to local groups by the Association of Vermont Conservation Commissions.

Secretary of State to present Vermont’s Open Meeting Law to Milton

Secretary of State Jim Condos will be presenting VT’s Open Meeting Law at the Milton Town Offices on Bombardier Drive at 6pm on Monday May 5, 2014.

Shumlin signs budget bill

Governor touts successful education initiatives – expanded free school lunch program and tuition break for Vermont college students.

Municipalities to pay back some money over TIF dispute

Burlington, Milton and Winooski to collectively pay $462,300 into various funds to resolve the dispute.