Planning Agenda

Agenda Shelburne Planning Commission Thursday, Dec. 17, 2015, 7pm Meeting Room 1 Shelburne Municipal Center 5420 Shelburne Road Call to order Approval of agenda Commissioner questions and comments Open to the public Limited individual comment on subjects not included on agenda. Hearings on proposed bylaw amendments Public Hearing (continued from December 12) on proposal that […]

YES for SCS: Both Shelburne Community School articles presented in Shelburne’s special meeting passed

YES for SCS: Both Shelburne Community School articles presented in Shelburne’s special meeting passed

Both Shelburne Community School articles presented in Shelburne’s special meeting passed. Thirty-five percent of registered voters voted. The school roof replacement $2.39 million bond passed with more than 80 percent of voters in favor of the project. Window replacement and D and E Wing renovations, for $6.86 million, passed with 65 percent in favor. Bonds […]

VOTE: Multi-million dollar bonds on the ballot Nov. 3

It is an investment in the future. That is how Co-Principal Allan Miller describes a proposed roof replacement and improvements to Shelburne Community School (SCS) that are the subject of multi-million dollar bonds being put before voters Nov. 3. In an effort to remedy the outdated building’s issues, the school board voted to once again […]

Shelburne Town Republican Committee changes leadership

The reins of leadership within the Shelburne Town Republican Committee were passed to the youngest chair in the group’s history at the group’s caucus last month. That was when Alex von Stange, a senior at Champlain Valley Union High School (CVUHS) took the spot. Von Stange, who had been nominated by former Chair George Schiavone, […]

Form-based code hearing continued to Oct. 8

By Carol Casey The Planning Commission continued their review of comments submitted on the proposed form-based code zoning option for the Shelburne Road corridor north of the LaPlatte bridge Sept. 24. They considered suggestions made by Lee Krohn of the Chittenden County Regional Planning Commission and by Don Rendall, a member of the Shelburne Natural […]

Recent spike in crime has residents on high alert

Shelburne has seen a spate of crime in recent weeks. Police Chief James Warden addressed a string of burglaries that have plagued residents in town at the last Selectboard meeting. In the past two weeks, there have been about a dozen automobile and home break-ins in town, six driver’s license suspended instances, two driving under […]

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