Toward a Livable City

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Charles Simpson seeks a more livable urban experience in Burlington, Vermont.

Programs in this Series

Format: 2018-02-19
Format: 2018-02-19
Burlington's Housing Challenge - 01/25/2018
SUNY Plattsburgh Sociology Professor Charles Simpson of Burlington, Vermont's Coalition for a Livable City and the Burlington Ward 6 Neighborhood Planning Assembly provides his personal take, not endorsed by the Coalition or the Assembly, on...
The F-35 Question - 12/12/2017
Charles Simpson, retired professor of sociology, sits down with Jimmy Leas, activist with Save Our Skies, Rosanne Greco, retired Air Force Colonel and Save Our Skies activist, and Carol Miller, of the New Mexico based Peaceful Skies Coalition, to...
The Champlain Parkway - A Road to Nowhere - 11/29/2017
Charles Simpson seeks a more livable urban experience in Burlington, Vermont. On this episode, Charles sits down with former Burlington Public Works Director Steve Goodkind and Community Planner Diane Gayer to figure out what the deal is with the...
Who Should Own Burlington Telecom? - 10/30/2017
Host Charles Simpson welcomes two members of Keep BT Local's board of directors Alan Matson, board chair, and Megan Epler-Wood. They discuss the future of Burlington Telecom as the Burlington City Council votes between the two final...
Discussion about Future Uses of a Memorial Auditorium - 09/29/2017
Charles Simpson sits down with Jim Holway and Amey Radcliffe to discuss the future of Memorial Auditorium in the first episode in their Live @ 5:25 series about quality of life issues in Burlington, Vermont.

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Federal Judge Grants VT Access Network Status in Comcast Case Against the Public Utility Commission

Judge Geoffrey Crawford of the U.S. District Court has granted Vermont Access Network (VAN) intervenor status in Comcast’s challenge to the Vermont Public Utility Commission’s (PUC) Docket 8301 Order that put specific conditions on Comcast’s continued operation in Vermont.

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