In the World of Winooski

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Winooski officials and community members share insights into the events and issues happening in the City of Winooski. For more information on what's happening "in the world of Winooski" visit https://winooskivt.gov

Programs in this Series

Format: 2019-07-20
Format: 2019-07-20
Vermont Works for Women - 08/22/2017
Mayor Seth Leonard speaks with Wendy Rice, Executive Director of Vermont Works For Women, on the programming for girls and women in Winooski and throughout Vermont. For more information: www.winooskivt.org or Follow on Facebook
City Manager Jessie Baker - 07/25/2017
Mayor Seth Leonard speaks with City Manager Jessie Baker.   For more information: www.winooskivt.org or Follow on Facebook
French Heritage Festival - 05/23/2017
Steve Norman discusses the French Heritage Festival. For more information: www.winooskivt.org or Follow on Facebook
Winooski Dollars for Scholars - 04/25/2017
Elizabeth Leonard discusses Winooski Dollars for Scholars. For more information: www.winooskivt.org or Follow on Facebook
Community Center Future, Budget Review, and 2017 Project Focus - 03/28/2017
Mayor Seth Leonard discusses Community Center Future, Budget Review, and 2017 Project Focus. For more information: www.winooskivt.org or Follow on Facebook
Peace Initiative - 01/24/2017
Mayor Seth Leonard speaks with Sister Patricia McKittrick, of the UVM Medical Center, to discuss an emerging "Peace Initiative" in Winooski. For more information: www.winooskivt.org or Follow on Facebook
Community and Economic Development - 11/22/2016
Mayor Seth Leonard speaks with Heather Carrington, the City's Community and Economic Development Officer. For more information: www.winooskivt.org or Follow on Facebook
Winooski Girl Scouts Troop 30167 - 09/28/2016
Mayor Seth Leonard speaks with Winooski Girl Scouts Troop Leaders Sarah McGowan-Freije and Kristen Ryan and Winooski Girl Scouts Troop 30167: Emily F., Abby, Ellie, Olivia, Aubree, Kathryn, and Emily B. For more information: www.winooskivt.org ...
City Manager Replacement Process Overview and Summer Project Updates - 07/26/2016
Mayor Seth Leonard speaks on the City Manager hiring process, Interim appointment, downtown redesignation, and ongoing summer work project updates.  For more information: www.winooskivt.org or Follow on Facebook
Public Works Summer Project - 06/30/2016
Mayor Seth Leonard talks with Public Works Director Peter Wernsdorfer about Winooski Public Works Summer Projects. For more information: www.winooskivt.org or Follow on Facebook
11th Annual French Heritage Day Festival - 05/24/2016
Steve Norman from the French Heritage Festival and Organizer at the Winooski Historical Society, French Heritage Day Promoters, speaks with Rita Martel, President of the Winooski Historical Society, and Sheila Morris,...
Waking Windows - 04/26/2016
Mayor Seth Leonard discusses Waking Windows, Winooski's downtown Music Festival, with Paddy Reagan, Angioplasty Media/Festival Organizer, Brian Nagel, DJ Disco Phantom/Festival Organizer, and Ali Fogel, Monkey House/Festival Organizer....
Commission Work Plan Activity - 02/23/2016
Mayor Seth Leonard, after a brief budget overview, welcomes City Manager Deac Decarreau in a conversation on the Commission Work Plan Activity. For more information: www.winooskivt.org or Follow on Facebook
Myers Memorial Pool - City Updates - 01/26/2016
Winooski Public Works Operations Director Joe Shaw joins Winooski Mayor Seth Leonard in a discussion on the current condition of Myers Memorial Pool. For more information: www.winooskivt.org  or Follow on Facebook
News from Winooski - 12/22/2015
Winooski Mayor Seth Leonard shares updates on new City ordinances, new zoning and charter changes, as well as the continuing 2016 budget work.  He is then joined by State Representative Clem Bissonnette (D-Chitt 6-7) with a preview of the...

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