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: 2019-03-25
Format: 2019-03-25
Ballot Items - 02/27/2008
Burlington Mayor Bob Kiss hosts a monthly call-in program to hear from citizens and provide updates on city projects and social issues. Todays Sam Mayfield talks with Mayor Bob Kiss about the Burlington ballot items.
Burlington Electric Bond Ballot Item - 01/29/2008
Mayor Bob Kiss, Barb Grimes, General Manager, Burlington Electric Department and John Irving, Manager, McNeil Generating Plant, discuss Burlington Electric Department Bond Vote.
Moran Plant Proposal - 11/28/2007
Mayor Bob Kiss Kirsten Merriman-Shapiro, Special Projects Manager, CEDO Nancy Wood, Executive Director, Burlington Business Association Megan Epler Wood, Partner, Native Energy Travel Offsets
Moran Plant Proposal - 10/24/2007
Mayor Bob Kiss Kristen Merriman-Shapiro, Special Projects Manager (CEDO) Cleary Buckley, Member, Moran Citizen’s Advisory Group
Transportation Plan - 09/26/2007
Mayor Bob Kiss hosts
Burlington Mayor's Show - 08/29/2007
Mayor Bob Kiss hosts
Code Enforcement - 07/25/2007
Mayor Bob Kiss hosts
General City Affairs - 06/27/2007
Mayor Bob Kiss hosts
Livable Community, AARP - 05/23/2007
Mayor Bob Kiss hosts
Lake Champlain Housing Trust - 04/25/2007
Mayor Bob Kiss hosts
Fair Housing - 03/28/2007
Mayor Bob Kiss hosts
Parking Ban - 02/28/2007
Mayor Bob Kiss hosts
Burlington Telecom - 11/29/2006
Mayor Bob Kiss hosts
Domestic Violence Month - 10/25/2006
Mayor Bob Kiss hosts
Intervale Sale - 09/27/2006
Mayor Bob Kiss hosts

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