Correction

A new stormwater credit manual for the town of Shelburne has 13 pages. The number was incorrect in last week’s Shelburne News.

Correction

Shelburne town officials are considering creating a fee to fund a new stormwater utility. A story in last week’s Shelburne News incorrectly described where they are in that process.

Correction

A story in last week’s version of Shelburne News incorrectly interpreted the Oath of Allegiance. Citizens renounce their allegiance to their countries in favor of allegiance to the United States.

Corrections

• In last week’s Shelburne News, Senior Firefighter Dan Ericson was on the roof of the Pierson Library in a training exercise. He was misidentified in a photo caption. • Also, in last week’s edition Sgt. Josh Flore’s rank was incorrect.  • The Aug. 30 Notable Neighbor feature referred to a class in the Mercy… Read More »

Corrections

• In last week’s Shelburne News, Rotarian Al Gilbert was cooking hot dogs and hamburgers at the Shelburne Day market. He was misidentified in the photo caption. • Art therapist Lisa Myers has supported efforts to license art therapists in Vermont, however no licensure requirement exists yet. A story in last week’s Shelburne News implied… Read More »

Corrections

• Chris Robinson is Shelburne’s water quality superintendent. In a story in the Aug. 9 Shelburne News about sewer-line work on Harbor Road, Robinson’s title was incorrect. • Turnout in Vermont’s primary election in August 2016 was 26.5 percent of the state’s 453,405 voters. The percentage was incorrect in a story in last week’s Shelburne… Read More »

Correction

Yoga Roots in Shelburne has expanded to Williston with a new second studio. A story in last week’s Shelburne News was unclear about the business locations.

Yoga studio takes root in new Williston space

CORRECTION: This item is updated from the print edition to note that this is a second location for Yoga Roots.  Yoga Roots yoga studio has opened a second studio in Kismet Place in Williston’s Blair Park, where it will continue its donation yoga classes. An early effort already has raised $500, split between the Williston… Read More »

Correction

In an article on May 24, the name of Shelburne Town Manager Search Committee Co-Chairman Roger Preis was misspelled.