Vermont’s Potential

From my experience in U.S. and global high growth areas, I see that Vermont has great potential. The strategy, which has led to success in other locations, encompasses a high quality of life, excellent K-12 education, the active participation of academe government and business, a robust infrastructure of roads, public transportation and high speed Internet,… Read More »

Re-elect Heins to selectboard

Jaime Heins will have my support on March 5. As an elected member of the selectboard, and an appointed member before that, Jaime has welcomed community members’ input in selectboard proceedings, encouraged the participation of new voices, and worked collaboratively with other board members. He promotes a thoughtful, inclusive and transparent public process that is… Read More »

Thank you, Kevin

I went walking in the LaPlatte River Nature Park yesterday, and took the loop from the parking lot, down the hill on the trail below Judy Puck’s memorial bench, eventually walking up the steep wooded hill back to the parking lot. As a result of the recent thaw and freeze, that hill is a sheet… Read More »

Preis: Vote for Jaime Heins for Shelburne Selectboard

I write to encourage my fellow residents to come out and vote for Jaime Heins for selectboard on Town Meeting Day. Though Jaime is running unopposed, your support matters. Jaime is a smart, quick-study selectboard member who continues to be very committed to his role and our town. I have had the pleasure of working… Read More »

Jaime Heins running for reelection

To the Editor: I’d like to formally announce that I am running for re-election to the Shelburne Selectboard. I was elected to the Selectboard in March 2018 to serve out the remaining year on John Kerr’s former seat and I would be honored to continue my service to the town for a full two-year term.… Read More »

News shouldn’t cater to climate change skeptics

To the Editor: In an apparent bow to political diversity on the issue of global warming, the Shelburne News Dec. 27 edition included an article by libertarian political commentator John McClaughry in order, I presume, to balance the more laudable op-eds by Sandra Levine and Noah Tamas-Parris. It’s not as if McClaughry was adding some… Read More »