Short Clip During the Williston Selectboard Channel Update
The Selectboard is a five member elected board. There are three positions elected for a three year term and two positions elected for a two year term on a staggered basis. The board is responsible for setting the general policy direction, passing ordinances, setting the tax rate, reviewing the budget, supervising the Town Manager and a host of other related tasks. Find the full minutes for this meeting at Williston website.
Mayor Miro Weinberger and other bike enthusiasts ride down to Budnitz Bicycles from City Hall to celebrate Budnitz's relocation to Burlington from Boulder, Colorado. At a press conference and tour of the new facility, the Mayor speaks to the creative economy of Burlington.
Budnitz Bicycles creates high-end titanium and steel city bikes that are among the fastest, lightest, and most beautiful city bicycles in the world. With Budnitz Bicycles joining JDK Design, Maglianero Café, Iskra Print Collective, and Terry Bicycles, 47 Maple Street has become a hub of innovative, cycling-centric cultural creation. Together, these companies are partners in the Modern Mobility Movement, working tirelessly for positive change in their backyard and in the global community.
Matt Kelly hosts Alan Matson and Don Schramm, members of the Burlington Broadband Cooperative, a membership organization looking to purchase the current Burlington Telecom.
Burlington Mayor's Press Conference: Waterfront and Downtown Public Investment Action Plan 01/07/2013
Mayor Miro Weinberger announces the creation of the Waterfront and Downtown Public Investment Action Plan.
Our love and our thanks to friends here and there:
You join us in spirit and labor “on air”.
This year we frolicked on ground without snow,
ringing in the Town Meeting with Mayor Miro.
New models of health care were looking alive,
along with the big noise of F-35.
Too soon, more elections, with requisite drama:
the presidential visit of Mr. Obama,
the very close race for VT AG
and the Treasurer’s seat! We think you’d agree:
2012 was jam-packed with change, big and small.
We look forward to sharing ‘13 with you all--
Working to build our community bright,
Happy New Year to you—keep up the good fight.
Best wishes from your friends at
CCTV, Channel 17 & Common Good Vermont
Burlington Mayor's Press Conference: Sustainability Installation at Burlington International Airport 11/28/2012
Mayor Miro Weinberger and Vermont Transportation Secretary Brian Searles unveil a new interactive sustainability installation at Burlington International Airport and highlight the success of recent efficiency projects which have collectively reduced electricity usage at the facility. Joining the Mayor and Secretary are Gene Richards III, Interim Director of Aviation, Jim Merriam, Director of Efficiency Vermont, and Barb Grimes, General Manager of the Burlington Electric Department.
Burlington Mayor's Press Conference: Vermont International Film Festival Tribute to George Stoney, Father of Public-Access Television 10/23/2012
Mayor Miro Weinberger promotes a tribute by the Vermont International Film Festival (VTIFF) to George Stoney, documentary filmmaker, educator, and father of public-access television. Weinberger is joined at the event by Orly Yadin, filmmaker and executive director of the VTIFF, Lauren-Glenn Davitian, executive director of CCTV Center for Media & Democracy, and Doreen Kraft, executive director of Burlington City Arts.
Conversation on Race Now (C.O.R.N.) invites community members in a listening session to the voices of youth. Facilitated by: Dr. Stacey Miller. Students from area high schools/colleges engage in a facilitated dialogue addressing thier experiences in relationship to race intheir lives and our community. More informatoin: firstname.lastname@example.org
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