AARP Vermont Live



Hosts from AARP Vermont share insights and information on issues of importance to Vermont's older population.

Programs in this Series

Format: 2020-04-05
Format: 2020-04-05
Burlington Redevelopment Projects - 05/19/2015
Kelly Stoddard Poor will be speaking with CEDO director, Peter Owens about Burlington's recent development on Pine St. corridor/Champlain Parkway, the mall redevelopment and Burlington Colleget project among other things. AARP Vermont and...
Housing Issues - 03/17/2015
Host Kelly Stoddard Poor, Associate State Director for Outreach, AARP Vermont is joined by Erhard Mahnke, Executive Director, Vermont Affordable Housing Coalition, and Cindy Reid of Cathedral Square Corporation to discuss this issue. AARP Vermont...
Community of Vermont Elders (COVE) - 01/20/2015
Dave Reville, AARP Vermont Associate State Director, speaks with Gini Milkey, Executive Director of COVE (Community of Vermont Elders), on what they do, who it serves and how they accomplish their mission.  For more information on COVE, visit...
Technology for Tomorrow - 11/18/2014
Dave Reville, Associate State Director of AARP Vermont, speaks with Eli Harrington, Executive Director of Technology for Tomorrow, and Nirali Desai, Chapter President - South Burlington, on the organization's empowering youth to use their skills...
Pedestrian Access, Safety and Complete Streets - 05/20/2014
Host Kelly Stoddard Poor, Associate State Director of AARP Vermont, is joined by lacal planners on pedestrian safety, access and complete streets relative to area redevelopment projects.  For more information visit the AARP Site. 
Frauds and Scams - 03/18/2014
Host Dave Reville, Associate State Director of AARP Vermont discusses frauds and scams which frequent phone, mail and internet communications.  AARP Vermont and Burlington Livable Community Project is engaging residents, community...

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Burlington Mayor Miro Weinberger Offers City Resources in response to Covid 19 Pandemic

Burlington Resource & Recovery Center: On Monday, March 23, we launched the Burlington COVID-19 Resource & Recovery Center, or RRC. The RRC's function is to provide relief to the economic disruption of COVID-19. If you are a renter worried about housing security, a business owner seeking access to federal assistance, a person experiencing homelessness who needs shelter, a Burlingtonian looking for information about City taxes and fees during this time or the federal aid that is coming, or someone looking to volunteer safely, you can get a 1-1 (remote) consult at the RRC and find many resources on the website. For more information, call (802) 755-7239 or go to the City website:


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