Local Matters: Opening the Door to Citizen Government

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Channel 17 host, Nick Carter speaks with South Burlington City Clerk, Donna Kinville; Chittenden Democrats Chair, Jake Perkinson and Progressive Party Chair, Meg Brook about how new interested people can begin to get involved with local government.  

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