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Drive through any Vermont town and you’re bound to see a large, charming clock tower. It’s a signature architectural style of the state. At 180 Market Street – the future site of the city hall, library and senior center – South Burlington res…

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For the first time since the Environmental Court ruled the city’s Transfer Development Rights bylaw were inadequate, the planning commission is considering proposed amendments to the regulations. 

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South Burlington city councilors are preparing a letter with recommendations for the Burlington International Airport’s new Noise Compatibility Plan.

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Legislation passed in the U.S. House last week to provide a path to citizenship for “Dreamer” immigrants deserves attention and a vote in the Senate, Vermont Congressman Peter Welch said on a visit home last week.

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At a regular city council meeting on Monday night, councilors discussed tentative progress made with the South Burlington School District on a stormwater management resolution for 180 Market Street.

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South Burlington residents can now engage with their local government officials via the Consensus phone application. The app, conceptually introduced at a March press conference, was released for download following another press conference in…

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Turning on a faucet is, perhaps, as simple and automatic a task as can be. But where does the water come from, and how is it made clean? On Thursday, May 30, the state’s fifth annual “Water Quality Day,” Vermonters had the chance to get these…

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On Thursday, May 30, South Burlington resident Kevin Donahue – representing his daughter, Maria Donahue, who was out of state – went before the South Burlington Board of Abatement seeking a waiver of penalties and interest associated with his…

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A stormwater project, possible amendments to the official map, and continuation of Planned Unit Development (PUD)/subdivision/master plan revisions to the regulations kept the planning commission busy on Tuesday evening, May 28.