What's Up Williston

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Erik Wells hosts a monthly look at what's new in Williston, Vermont.

Programs in this Series

Format: 2019-03-25
Format: 2019-03-25
Learning about the Chittenden County Opioid Alliance and Gearing up for Spring with Recreation & Parks - 03/13/2019
This month Chittenden County Opioid Alliance Executive Director Christine Johnson joins host Erik Wells to discuss the program’s work and share information about the upcoming community forum in Williston on April 10th that will focus on...
The Budgeting Process - 02/21/2019
Host Erik Wells is joined by Rick McGuire, Williston Town Manager, to discuss the budgeting process.
Winter Health & Safety - 01/09/2019
This month, Erik Wells sits down with Williston Senior Firefighter Prescott Nadeau to discuss fire safety and emergency preparedness during the winter months. Afterward, Eric Place from the Rehab Gym stops by to explain the benefits of maintaining a...
The Chief of Police and a Look at Sustainable Williston - 11/08/2018
Host Erik Wells talks with Williston Police Chief Patrick Foley and Lynn Blevins of Sustainable Williston.
Age Well, Williston Central School Renovations, and the Old Brick Church Music Series - 09/13/2018
Erica Marks, Age Well Director of Volunteer Services, joins host Erik Wells to discuss the services available through the organization's work in our region. This month also features a look at the recently completed renovations at Williston...
A Closer Look at the Williston Food Shelf and Town Band - 08/09/2018
Erik Wells is joined by Sally Metro, Operations Manager of the Williston Community Food Shelf, and Ginger Morton, President of the Williston Community Food Shelf Board of Directors. Also this week, a segment on the Williston Town Band and Erik's...
Dorothy Alling Memorial Library Update - 07/12/2018
Erik Wells sits down with Marti Fiske, Director of the Dorothy Alling Memorial Library, to discuss summer programming and general library updates. Erik also gives a rundown of Williston town updates in his "Town Notebook" segment.

Featured Story

Leahy, Sanders And Welch Back Legislation To Restore Net Neutrality

In a joint statement, Leahy, Sanders, and Welch said: “A free and open internet is essential to our economy, a free flow of ideas, creativity, and participatory democracy. The Administration’s decision to repeal net neutrality is bad for our democracy and bad for consumers and entrepreneurs, especially in rural areas, and a gift to the big telecom companies who can now pick and choose who has access to the internet and at what speed. Our legislation will reverse this anti-consumer move and ensure that the internet remains open and accessible to all Americans.”

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