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In an unusual move, development review board members individually but unanimously signed a letter opposing the planning commission’s proposal to eliminate minimum parking standards city-wide and reduce parking minimums for multi-dwelling units.

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While conversations about the city and school district’s respective athletic building plans are going well, the chances of sharing space may be complicated by scheduling. 

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Members of the development review board are charged with following the city’s land development regulations, whether they agree with them or not. Most of the time.

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In the eyes of many who oppose the F-35, the Vermont Air National Guard’s original sin came during the era of the F-16, when pilots began frequently implementing afterburners, which are essentially auxiliary jets that increase thrust – and no…

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School/city project plans, a public pool and pickleball were hot topics at a public forum Monday for a proposed public indoor recreation center. 

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There’s no sign of slowing down when it comes to the work of the development review board, as confirmed by this month’s meeting agenda. The board tackled everything from an interim zoning-exempted project over 15 years old to minimum parking …

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J.A. McDonald, Inc. may face a fine following the second natural gas line incident in a month at the Market Street reconstruction project. 

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Curb work and landscaping has begun along Market Street with sidewalks, trees and plants being placed. Reconstruction work is on track to be completed this fall, likely around November. Some of artist Tyler Vendituoli’s eight geese and goslin…

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Joni Mitchell sang, “They paved paradise, put up a parking lot,” but some parking lots in South Burlington could get smaller. Whether that is paradise is another question.

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The Market Street reconstruction project is almost complete. Travel up and down the road should be noticeably smoother even with work on the 180 Market Street city hall/library/senior center project likely starting this fall, city officials say. 

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The interim zoning bylaw will be extended for three months – potentially ending Nov. 13 – following a public hearing Friday.

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Take a gander at the stormwater pond on Market Street and you’ll soon find something fowl – eight geese and gosling sculptures.