Racist propaganda is not transferrable through pepperoni.
The university plans to close a deal by October that would bring it revenue and enable the construction of housing. Conservation advocates have expressed dismay.
Aviation Director Gene Richards said he expects to have an agreement signed with a developer by October.
The board said the recommendations of mediator Ira Lobel were not in the best interests of the community.
An image can say in an instant what hundreds of words can’t.
News Release — Vermont Commons School July 19, 2017 Contact: Mary Hamilton [email protected] Vermont Commons School Receives Coveted Edward E. Ford Foundation Grant to Support Refugee Students and Increase Diversity South Burlington Vermont Commons School is excited to announce that they are recipients of a $50,000 grant from the EDWARD E. FORD FOUNDATION (to be […]
The South Burlington district was sued by residents upset that the issue wasn’t put to voters. The district lawyer says board members, not residents, have the authority to make such decisions.
News Release — South Burlington June 27, 2017 Media Contact: Coralee Holm (802) 846-4127 [email protected] SOUTH BURLINGTON RESIDENTS COLLECTIVELY SAVE 6% ON ELECTRIC BILLS Small, easy changes lead to big energy savings—nearly $450,000! The results are in! Over the last two years, South Burlington residents saved big in electricity costs, slashing 6% from their bills. […]
News Release — Howard Center June 20, 2017 Contact: Martie Majoros [email protected] Chittenden Clinic Receives Three-Year CARF Accreditation BURLINGTON, VT—Howard Center’s Chittenden Clinic at San Remo Drive in South Burlington was just notified that it has been awarded a three-year accreditation—the highest level of accreditation—from CARF International, an independent, nonprofit accreditor of health and human […]
The spending plan is a 4.89 increase over this year’s current budget. Education property taxes will decrease 1.2 percent.
News Release — Vermont Housing Finance Agency May 26, 2017 CONTACT: Leslie Black-Plumeau (802) 238-7324 (cell) [email protected] New England Federal Credit Union gives $1 million for affordable housing South Burlington, VT—New England Federal Credit Union (NEFCU) President/CEO John J. Dwyer, Jr. announced today a $1 million grant from NEFCU to Vermont Housing Finance Agency (VHFA) […]
The long-term sustainability of the school budget must be considered. That requires understanding “dependency” and fiscal realities at the state and federal levels.
The FBI and South Burlington police allege that Josiah Leach fabricated instant messaging conversations on Facebook attempting to pin the crime on a friend, according to court records.
A group of citizens who support retaining the name circulated a petition, garnering 700 signatures, asking the board to hold a vote on the controversial nickname.