The Chittenden County Regional Planning Organization (CCRPC) promotes cooperation among the 19 municipalities of the Chittenden County region.
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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 third Tuesday of the month. Meeting place: Robert E. Miller Community Center 130 Gosse Court.
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Kesha Ram and Karolina Ramos of CEDO host a discussion about the City hall Summer Internship Program. Colin Powers, Alta Viscomi, Kate Springer, and Juan Zhang, all current summer intern, shares thoughts. Burlington CEDO Office's monthly show.
David Mears, Commissioner of Vermont Department of Environmental Conservation gives the keynot at the CCRPC's Annual Meeting. The Chittenden County Regional Planning Organization (CCRPC) promotes cooperation among the 19 municipalities of the Chittenden County region.
The City of Winooski announced a Gateway Corridor Project recently that will update the City's zoning regulations, impacting future growth and overall character of the City. CCRPC Senior Planner Regina Mahony, speak with host Mike Cohen on this project. more information: www.winooskigateways.com ECOS is a project of CCRPC.org www.ecosproject.com
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, Next to QTees.
Governor Madeleine Kunin, along with advocates, policy makers, and business and labor leaders, talk about supporting working Vermont families.
This event is sponsored by a partnership of organizations: Family Values at Work, Hunger Free Vermont, Main Street Alliance, Main Street Landing, the Vermont Commission on Women, Vermont Legal Aid, the Vermont Paid Sick Days Coalition, Vermont Works for Women, the Vermont Women’s Fund, the Vermont Workers’ Center, and Voices for Vermont’s Children.
Mayor Weinberger and CEDO host this public forum to solicit feedback and comment on the Downtown Housing Strategy Report prepared by HR&A Advisors. The feedback will be used to develop a strategic housing plan in consultation with stakeholders, including the affordable housing community, the active transportation community, local employers, AARP, our major institutions, the development community, Preservation Burlington, and environmental groups. CEDO staff will incorporate the report findings and public comments into a Housing Action Plan. A draft of the plan will be presented for public comment at a second public meeting in early September, with the goal of having the plan adopted by full City Council in fall 2014.
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