Research Article VI before Town Meeting arrives

By Sadie Williams and Sheri Duff With two issues of the Shelburne News chock full of letters-to-the-editor before Town Meeting day, it doesn’t take a genius to realize that the hot topic on this year’s Shelburne Town ballot is Article IV. The article asks Shelburne voters to consider an $11.2 million, 20-year bond to pay… Read More »

report from montpelier

By Representative Joan Lenes I look forward to seeing many of you on Monday, March 2. We are lucky to have a time before the official Town Meeting begins to have dinner and connect with friends, neighbors, and citizens of Shelburne. During that time, Senator Diane Snelling, Rep. Kate Webb and I will have a… Read More »

Local businesses support Shelburne Veterans Memorial Fund

Local businesses support Shelburne Veterans Memorial Fund

Brad Fortier of Co-operative Insurance Company of Middlebury and Terrell Titus of the Shelburne-based Titus Insurance Agency have each approved a $1,000 grant payable to the Shelburne Veterans Memorial Fund. The grants totaling $2,000 will be used to support the creation of a Veteran’s Memorial on the Parade Ground in Shelburne. Titus and Annette Hannah… Read More »

Pierson Library News

Today! The Thursday Afternoon Movie will be shown earlier today at 1pm. This week’s selection is the PG rated “Big Hero 6.” Come enjoy the movie with some free popcorn. Fiber Arts Friday with Tea on Feb. 27: The fiber arts group for adults will meet on Friday, Feb. 27 at 3pm. Bring your current… Read More »

Shelburne votes on New Ethics and Conflict of Interest Ordinance

Shelburne residents attending Monday evening’s Town Meeting will have the opportunity to vote to adopt a new Ethics and Conflict of Interest Ordinance for Shelburne’s public officials. This proposal would revise the Ordinance adopted by the Selectboard in 2009. The revised ordinance was drafted by the Town’s Ethics Committee, comprising Lee Suskin, Chair, Tom Little,… Read More »

PARKS and REC NEWS

*NEW* Basketball Clinic: Join us after school in March for a basketball clinic to keep your skills sharp! Boys and girls will be led in drills by Chris Konowitz, with the opportunity to scrimmage each day. Must bring clean, dry gym shoes, and a water bottle. Clinic dates are Monday and Wednesday, March 9-April 1… Read More »

Proposed work covered by $11.2M SCS bond

This document was provided the the Shelburne News by Shelburne Community School Board member Katharine Stockman on Tuesday, Feb. 24 via email. It contains the scope of work covered in the proposed $11.2M bond to be presented to voters on Town Meeting Day.

Shelburne Planning Commission Draft Agenda

Thursday, Feb. 26, 6pm Shelburne Municipal Center Meeting Room 1 Call to Order Approval of Agenda Commissioner Questions and Comments Work Session Continued Discussion of Form Based Zoning Proposal Approval of Minutes Feb. 12, 2015 Open to the Public Limited individual comment on subjects not included on agenda. Proposed Amendments to Zoning Bylaw Continuation of… Read More »