Burlington Mayor's Show

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Mayor Miro Weinberger hosts a monthly call-in program to hear from citizens and provide updates on city projects and social issues.

Programs in this Series

Format: 2018-05-24
Format: 2018-05-24
TBD - 06/27/2018
TBD
The Fletcher Free Library – Services and Upcoming Summer Programming - 05/23/2018
The Fletcher Free Library has added many awesome new services. Some are in the library, and some are online. They've also got a rockin’ summer reading program planned. There’s lots to talk about with Fletcher Free Library Director...
The City Hall Park Redesign Plan - 04/25/2018
Mayor Miro Weinberger is joined by Burlington Parks, Recreation & Waterfront Director Cindi Wight and the new City Arborist V.J. Comai to discuss the City Hall Park redesign plan. For more information visit BurlingtonVT.gov/Mayor.
Burlington's Sustainable Infrastructure Plan - 10/25/2017
Burlington, Vermont Mayor Miro Weinberger and Public Works Director Chapin Spencer detail the upcoming construction projects in Burlington in context with the City's Sustainable Infrastructure Plan during this live call-in program. For more...
Burlington Telecom Sale Finalists - 09/27/2017
Burlington, Vermont Mayor Miro Weinberger hosts his monthly show and discusses the upcoming sale of the city-owned Burlington Telecom internet, phone, and television service provider with Burlington City Councilor Joan Shannon. For more information...
Burlington Solar Shopper Program - 08/23/2017
Chris Burns, Jennifer Green, and Darren Springer, of the Burlington Electric Department, share exciting opportunities around solar power for Burlington residents. Burlington Electric Department Solar Shopper Program
CEDO Lead Program - 06/28/2017
Community and Economic Development Office (CEDO) Lead Program Outreach Specialist Lauren Pyatt speaks with Todd Rawlings, CEDO Housing Program Manager, Jeff Tanguay, Burlington Lead Program Senior Program Specialist.
TBD - 05/31/2017
Burlington Mayor Miro Weinberger speaks with TBD
PlanBTV Walk/Bike - 04/26/2017
Burlington Mayor Miro Weinberger speaks with Nicole Losch, our Department of Public Works Senior Transportation Planner to discuss planBTV Walk/Bike. 
Energy Champ Challenge - 03/22/2017
Burlington Mayor Miro Weinberger speaks with Burlington Electric Department (BED) General Manager Neale Lunderville, BED Community Program Coordinator Destenie Vital, and Vermont Gas Systems Vice President of Customers and Communities Tom Murray....
Burlington Mayor's Show - 01/25/2017
Burlington Mayor Miro Weinberger speaks with Chief of Police Brandon del Pozo and Opioid Policy Coordinator Jackie Corbally.
Municipal Budget 2017 Presentation - 06/22/2016
Mayor Miro Weinberger discusses Fiscal Year 2017 Budget with Police Chief Brandon Del Pozo and Karen Paul, City Councilor.
Fletcher Free Library - 05/25/2016
A conversation between Rubi Simon, Fletcher Free Library Director, and Lisa Buckton, Teen Librarian. Visit: Fletcher Free Library
Burlington Electric Department Turns 111 Years Old - 04/27/2016
Burlington Electric Department General Manager Neale Lunderville talks with Burlington Electric Department Community Program Coordinator Destenie Vital about the 111 year old Burlington Electric Department.
Hosted by Mayor Miro Weinberger - 03/23/2016
Mayor Weinberger is joined by Fire Chief Steven Locke.

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