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Burlington Summer Nutrition and Recreation Program 04/30/2015

Rebecca Goldberg, Youth Services Librarian at Fletcher Free Library, is joined by Gary Rogers, Director of Recreation with Burlington Parks and Recreation, and Pat Matton of the Burlington School Food Project, to discuss the upcoming Burlington Summer Nutrition and Recreation Program, aimed at keeping Burlington kids hunger-free and health this summer.  A fundraising event scheduled for May 30th, 2015, includes raffle, silent auction, dancing and food, all for a great cause.  Tix at www.flynntix.org  802.86-flynn

South Burlington Recreation and Parks Spring and Summer Update 04/28/2015

Maggie Leugers, CPRP, Director of Recreation and Parks in South Burlington, is joined by Holly Baker, CPRP, Assistant Director, Jennifer Murray, South Burlington Library Director, and John Buechler, Rotary Club, to share information on the events and celebrations in South Burlington this spring and summer, 2015.  More information at: www.sburlrecdept.com

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www.southburlingtonrotary.org

Burlington CEDO Show: Community Development Block Grants 04/27/2015

Marcy Esbjerg, Director of Community Development, speaks with Russ Elek, CDBG Advisory Board Member on Community Development Block Grants.  Burlington CEDO Office's monthly show. 

Chittenden Solid Waste District 04/22/2015

Chittenden Solid Waste District's mission is to provide efficient, economical, and environmentally sound management of solid waste generated by residents and businesses within its member towns and cities of Chittenden County.

ECOS in Action: Burlington's Downtown Parking Initiative 04/16/2015

Host Shelagh Cooley speaks with Nate Wildfire, Assistant Director for Economic Development, City of Burlington, and Kelly Devine, Executive Director, Burlington Business Association about the Burlington Downtown Parking Study.  more information at: www.parkburlington.com
 

ECOS is a project of CCRPC.org  www.ecosproject.com

Chittenden County Regional Planning Commission 04/15/2015

The Chittenden County Regional Planning Organization (CCRPC) promotes cooperation among the 19 municipalities of the Chittenden County region.

Burlington Ward 2 and Ward 3 NPA Meeting 04/09/2015

Neighborhood Planning Assemblies (NPAs) are grassroots, neighborhood organizations that were established in each of Burlington's seven Wards to encourage citizen participation in City government. Working as neighborhood advocacy groups, Neighborhood Planning Assemblies help improve communication between the citizens of Burlington and City government through regular meetings scheduled in each Ward. Wards 2 & 3 meet the second Thursday of the month. Meeting place: McClure Multi-Generational Center 241 North Winooski Avenue

Burlington Ward 1 and Ward 8 NPA Meeting 04/08/2015

Neighborhood Planning Assemblies (NPAs) are grassroots, neighborhood organizations that were established in each of Burlington's eight Wards to encourage citizen participation in City government. Working as neighborhood advocacy groups, Neighborhood Planning Assemblies help improve communication between the citizens of Burlington and City government through regular meetings scheduled in each Ward. Wards 1 and 8 meet the second Wednesday of the month.

Burlington Telecom Advisory Board: Burlington Telecom Advisory Board 04/08/2015

The advisory board (meetings are 2nd Wednesday of the month) is made up of: David Provost, Pat Robins, David Parker, Joan Shannon, Karen Paul, and Vince Brennan, Clem Nilan, Theresa Alberghini DiPalma, Tim Halvorson.  Agenda: http://www.burlingtontelecom.net/About-Us/Burlington-Telecom-Advisory-Board

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Burlington International Airport - Chamberlin Neighborhood Issues 04/02/2015

Burlington International Airport public neighborhood meeting to update the community and answer questions about the house removal and site restoration program scheduled to commence spring, 2015.

Project updates available at: www.sburl.com   www.btv.aero    www.countonitinc.com

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