"Stump the Chumps" -- one of Channel 17's most popular programs ever -- returns on June 29, 2016. Test your knowledge of Chittenden County history and see if you have what it takes to Stump the Chumps!
The Burlington Police Commissioners meet on the 4th Tuesday of each month at 6:00 p.m. in the Burlington Police Department Community Room, 1 North Avenue. There is a Public Forum at the beginning of each meeting where members of the public may address the Commission.
Meetings are noticed via the Burlington Police Department website, the City of Burlington website, and via local media. If a meeting is cancelled, postponed, or rescheduled, information will be on the BPD website, the City website, and via local media. When possible, a sign will also be posted on the Administrative entrance door to BPD.
The latest approved Police Commission Meeting Minutes and Upcoming Meeting Agendas are posted on their website at: https://www.burlingtonvt.gov/police
16-1258SP; 49 Church St (D, Ward 3C) Burlington Mall Associates, LLC
Sketch plan review of mixed use redevelopment (retail, office, residential,
and parking garage) of the mall property (Project Managers, Scott Gustin &
Coalition for a Livable City Update on the Mall/Town Center Project with Genese Grill, Michael Long, and Caryn Long.
For more information visit:
Genese Grill, Peter Garritano, Charles Simpson, Mannie Lionni, and Marc Estrin discuss modern development issues in Burlington, the BTV Mall project, Mayor Miro Weinberger's Administration, and conceptual ideas of uban space and social organization.
Neighborhood Planning Assemblies (NPAs) are grassroots, neighborhood organizations that were established in each of Burlington's seven Wards to empower citizen participation in City government. Working as neighborhood advocacy groups, Neighborhood Planning Assemblies facilitate communication between the citizens of Burlington and city government through regular meetings scheduled in each Ward. Wards 4 & 7 meet the fourth Wednesday of the month.
Meeting place: Robert E. Miller Community Center 130 Gosse Court.
Hosts Andy Simon and Ruby Perry speak with Dr. Genese Grill and Amey Radcliffe (Gotham City Graphics), both South End artists and members of the Coalition for a Livable City, about Design for a Livable City.
Host Dennis McMahon speaks with Kelsey Adams, Vermont Quilt Festival Show Coordinator, and Marty DelNevo, a volunteer who has Senior Staff status due to the large number of hours worked each year. They are also joined by Tatiana Byam, a youth entrant to the Festival Quilt Contest.
For more info visit: http://www.vqf.org/
7:00 AMWilliston Selectboard
10:20 AMVermont Innovation Week
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