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Paths Passes: Voters Approve Funding to Improve Recreation Path System

Thursday August 16, 2018

Vermonters went to the polls on Tuesday, August 14 to cast their votes in the Vermont Primary in preparation for the November gene...
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Preparing for the Emerald Ash Borer: City Planning Underway for Invasive Insect

Thursday August 16, 2018

Seven-hundred and sixty ash trees grace the streets and the parks of South Burlington. Upwards of 80 percent of those trees are lo...
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Residents Reiterate Concerns with Proposed Dorset Meadows Development

Thursday August 16, 2018

A number of residents are vehemently against Dorset Meadows, a 164-unit planned unit development proposed in the city’s Sout...
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South Burlington Voting Results

Thursday August 16, 2018

The Vermont Primary drew a higher than expected number of South Burlington voters to the polls on Tuesday, August 14. The city&rsq...
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Burke Sworn in as South Burlington Deputy Police Chief

Thursday August 09, 2018

Shawn Burke (r) was sworn in as the South Burlington Deputy Police Chief at City Hall on Monday, July 30, 2018.  He will assu...
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Dorset Commons Purchased by Champlain Housing Trust: Organization Pledges to Keep Rents Stable

Thursday August 09, 2018

The Champlain Housing Trust (CHT) announced that it has acquired Dorset Commons, a 15-acre property with 105 apartments on Dorset ...
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What’s on the August 14 Ballot?

Thursday August 09, 2018

Penny for Paths Vermonters will go the polls Tuesday, August 14 to cast their vote for candidates in the Vermont Primary. South B...
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Domed Indoor Recreation Facility Proposed for Dorset Street

Thursday August 09, 2018

As City Center has been taking shape on Market Street, plans for a proposed recreation facility on Dorset Street have been underwa...
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A Consummate Professional:Administrative Officer Ray Belair Retires

Thursday August 02, 2018

After serving nearly two decades as South Burlington’s Administrative Officer, Ray Belair is ready to pass the torch. Known ...
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Planning Commission Hears Initial Zoning Change Request for UVM Land

Thursday July 26, 2018

Last year, the University of Vermont (UVM) issued a Request for Proposal (RPF) to purchase two contiguous parcels of land in South...
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Dorset Meadows Project Meets Resident Opposition: DRB Hears Sketch Plan for 164-unit Development in Southeast Quadrant

Thursday July 26, 2018

A proposed 164-unit planned unit development, Dorset Meadows, has residents alarmed by the rate of development in the city, sparki...
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SoBu Spaces 2020: Council Looks for Reductions in $21 Million Preliminary Price Tag

Thursday July 19, 2018

The community, city staff, library board and Wiemann Lamphere Architects have been at work creating a design for the highly antici...
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Market Street Reconstruction Project Begins: Groundbreaking Ceremony Marks City Center Progress

Thursday July 12, 2018

The long-anticipated Market Street Reconstruction project officially kicked off with a groundbreaking ceremony on Thursday, June 2...
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Zoning, Rezoning and the Lifecycle of Change: How Land Development Regulations and Amendments Shape the City

Thursday July 12, 2018

When Tracy Perrapato of Four Sisters Road learned that there was a request for a naturally-protected, adjacent lot to be rezoned a...
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Mantegna Graduates VCS

Thursday June 28, 2018

Nicholas Mantegna at his Vermont Commons School (VCS) graduation flanked by his siblings, who are VCS alumni. One of 16 seniors wh...
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