Learn more with the BTAB about the conditions of the current contracts with Citibank and Bluewater Group and the limitations these contracts place on the upcoming sale. The advisory board (meetings are normally the 2nd Wednesday of the month) is made up of: David Provost, Joan Shannon, Karen Paul, Clem Nilan, Theresa Alberghini DiPalma, and Tim Halvorson.
Vermont and Burlington hear from the public about Comcast's renewal of their certificate of public good (CPG) in order to do business in VT until 2027. Comments will continue to be collected until November 1, 2015 via Email to: email@example.com, Subject line: PSB Docket #8301, and/or Mail comments to: Susan Hudson, Clerk of the Board, Vermont Public Service Board, 112 State Street, Montpelier, VT 05620
Sandy Baird discusses Burlington's new police chief with her guests Joy Hopkins and Pete Garritano, both Citizens of Burlington.
Channel 17's Rob Reiber and Jacqueline Marshall discuss 99.3 FM WBTV-LP, a new community radio station coming soon to Burlington. WBTV-LP is a collaborative community media project of the three Burlington area community media centers of RETN, VCAM and Channel 17/Town Meeting. WBTV's mission is to provide listeners with local programming & teach the art of radio. For More Info Visit: https://993wbtv.wordpress.com/ To get involved click here. Like WBTV on Facebook!
The Greater Burlington Women's Forum presented the movie Miss Representation at Burlington High School. After the showing, students share their thoughts on how the movie impacted them and what changes they would like to see made to the portrayl of women in the media.
A StoryHack is a contest where we gather together many creative people with different talents, interests, and imaginations to tell a story in as many different ways as possible, all within 24 hours. The stories told surround one local community group. This year we’re partnering with the Vermont Department of Libraries to address their present day challenges and what their future might hold.
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