Green Mountain Care Board seeks public input May 29

The Green Mountain Care Board (GMCB) invites the public to two events in Burlington on Thursday, May 29: a “traveling board meeting” with brief presentations from Vermont health leaders from 1 to 4pm, and a public forum on health insurance rates from 6 to 7:30pm. Both events will be held at the First Congregational Church… Read More »

Democratic committees co-sponsor screening of “Inequality For All”

The Shelburne, Charlotte, and South Burlington Democratic Committees will co-sponsor a screening of the documentary “Inequality for All” on Sunday, May 18 at 7pm at the Shelburne Town Offices, second floor. The film, released in 2013 and featuring renowned economist Robert Reich, examines the ever-widening income inequality in the United States and the effects this… Read More »

Kenneth George Goss, MD – Shelburne

It is with sadness and thanksgiving that we announce the death of Kenneth George Goss, MD, on March 19, 2014. He fought a long battle with Alzheimer’s disease culminating in his death at Shelburne Bay Senior Living, Shelburne. Family will be forever grateful for the compassionate care Kenneth received in its Memory Care Unit. “In… Read More »

Patrick A. Maille – Burlington

Patrick A. Maille passed on May 8, 2014, at his home. He was born in Swanton on Feb. 24, 1936, son of Amedee P. and Dora (Miclette) Maille. Among others, Patrick is survived by his brother, Joseph of Shelburne. He met and married Theresa B. Martin at St. Joseph Church on Sept. 24, 1955. Patrick… Read More »

Route 7 development discussion May 12

Shelburne citizens interested in Form Based Zoning, don’t forget to mark your calendars for the Monday, May 12 discussion at 7pm in Meeting Room 1 of the Town Offices. The meeting will focus on the Draft Regulating Plan. The project team will engage Steering Committee members in a discussion of key elements, such as: The planning… Read More »

Idling law now in effect

Vermont’s prohibited idling of motor vehicles law went into effect May 5, 2014. This law applies to all motor vehicles. It limits the idling of vehicles to five minutes in any 60-minute period. A penalty of $10 will be assessed for a first violation, $50 for a second violation, and $100 for a third and subsequent violations There are exceptions to the five-minute… Read More »