South Burlington Development and Interim Zoning Part 1

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The City of South Burlington has instituted a development moratorium until interim zoning regulations are adopted. Councilors Rosanne Greco and Paul Engels share an approach to the moratorium which is different in scope than the council majority approved on June 20th. Joining them to share perspectives on the issue is South Burlington resident, Bill Gilbert.

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