Progress in town planning deliberations

The Planning Commission made progress in its deliberations on the form-based code proposal at its meeting on Oct. 8. Most of the discussion centered on how best to integrate into the proposal comments made by the Historic Preservation and Design Review Commission for protecting historic resources in the Route 7 corridor. Historic Preservation Commission member […]

Volunteers to plant hundreds of native trees at Vermont Zen Center

The Intervale Center, Lake Champlain Land Trust, Lake Champlain Basin Program and Healthy Living Market will partner with community volunteers to plant 300 native trees from 10am to 12:30pm on Saturday, Nov. 7 at the Vermont Zen Center in Shelburne. Volunteers will restore an acre of riparian buffer on the center’s conserved land to prevent […]

Also up for vote on Nov. 3

In addition to the SCS bond vote, two other issues will be facing voters on Nov. 3. The items, each for $3 million, are bonds for Bay Road Bridge replacement and a bond for Wastewater Department system and facility upgrades. The Bay Road Bridge bond is for the replacement of the bridge. The structure earned […]

Shelburne Selectboard tackles multitude of agenda items at last meeting

Shelburne’s Capital Improvement Plan was adopted at the Oct. 13 Selectboard meeting. This is after several Selectboard meetings, input from the Planning Commission and revisions. The plan was one of more than a dozen items on the agenda for the meeting. Peter Frankenberg presented the final version of the Capital Improvement Plan, which had been […]

Shelburne voters discuss SCS bond with school board

Community members attended a public forum last week about the proposed $9.2 million Shelburne Community School renovation bond to discuss how the proposed spending package would improve structural issues and enhance student learning. The school board is hosting a series of public forums and school tours as the date for the vote nears. Voters are […]

Champlain Housing Trust challenges Colangelo on Harbor Place

Attorney Brian Dunkiel, acting on behalf of Champlain Housing Trust, rebutted allegations of zoning regulations violations by Harbor Place. Shelburne Town Manager Joe Colangelo, acting in his capacity as zoning administrator, issued a letter on Sept. 24 to Michael Monte, the Chief Operating and Financial Officer of the Champlain Housing Trust asking for voluntary compliance […]

SCHIP grant awarded

SCHIP grant awarded

SCHIP (Shelburne, Charlotte, Hinesburg Interfaith Projects) awarded Wind Ridge Fjords and Friends a grant in the amount of $3,500 for funds for a handicap ramp and surcingle in support of their Equine Empowerment Program. A surcingle is a wide strap that runs over the back and under the belly of a horse, used to keep […]

Shelburne Dems reorganize caucus

The Shelburne Town Democratic Committee held its reorganizing caucus last month. A new town committee was formed, officers were elected and delegates to the Chittenden County committee were selected. The new officers are Maryanne Hamilton, Chair; Suzanne Brown, Vice-Chair; Laura Gannon-Murakami, Secretary; Pat Seal, Treasurer; and Nancy Baker, Assistant Treasurer. The committee thanked Marcella Chiarello, […]

American Cancer Society seeks volunteers to support lifesaving mission

The American Cancer Society is seeking volunteers in every Vermont community to help plan and support community events, provide cancer patients transportation to and from lifesaving medical treatment, advocate for public policies that make cancer a top priority and provide office administration. They will host an open house for those interested in learning more about […]

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