Shelburne Little League open meeting

As the old saying goes, “better late than never”. I’ve been informed that the Shelburne Little League open kickoff meeting to elect a new board and committees is tonight (Thursday, Nov. 17) at 7pm at the town offices. I know it’s short notice, but if you have a young child who is interested in baseball,… Read More »

Thank you from Tim Ashe

I want to sincerely thank the people of Shelburne for your support in the election. Since becoming your Senator eight years ago, I’ve done my best to represent each Chittenden County community with the same enthusiasm as my own hometown. I bring the same enthusiasm today that I did when I was first sworn in.… Read More »

Thank you from Ginny Lyons

Thank you for your support of my reelection to the Vermont Senate. Your confidence in my work to represent you is greatly appreciated. Critical challenges face us during the coming legislative session. These include cost of living related to health care, education, good jobs, and energy. I will continue to take a balanced approach, to… Read More »

Thank you from Michael Sirotkin

Thank you to the voters of Shelburne  for supporting my re- election to the Vermont Senate.  It is truly a privilege to be one of six Senators representing the Chittenden District in Montpelier. I very much look forward to getting back to work with a new Administration come January. We have many challenges ahead and,… Read More »

Can one farm make a difference?

To all the farmers out there: I know that you’re sick and tired of people who aren’t even in the agricultural business telling you what to do with your farm, how to run it, making you change things without giving a thought to how that affects you personally. Although I can’t assure you that I’m… Read More »

Endorsing Bruce Elmore

Vote for Bruce Elmore for the State Rep position if you are interested in having someone who is well informed, hardworking and believes in financial accountability and not raising taxes. Bruce is very qualified and is a proponent for high quality, effective education. He was a mentor for students in math at Shelburne Community School… Read More »

Endorsing Suskin and Webster for Justice of Peace re-election

Seventeen Shelburne residents are on the November ballot for 15 Justice of the Peace seats. Justices of the Peace (JPs) serve on the Board of Civil Authority (BCA) to hear property tax appeals of other Shelburne residents, participate in oversight of town elections and serve on the Board of Abatement. JPs carry out these responsibilities in… Read More »

Bruce Elmore for Chittenden 5-2

For 5-2, we have a choice between a Democrat and an Independent. To me this is a choice between conforming to party line status quo or a chance for change with an independent voice. Since the status quo party line has brought only increased taxes and more taxes in the future combined with the white elephant… Read More »

Vote No on Spear St. Bond

On Nov. 8, we are being asked to support a bond to fund new water pipelines along Spear St. While I don’t disagree with the need for the new pipelines, I do disagree with the way it is being funded, particularly that the Kwiniaska developer, Snyder Custom Homes, won’t have to contribute its fair share… Read More »

Hands to Honduras-Tela corrections

Hands to Honduras-Tela corrections

Editor’s note: We regret that we had several inaccuracies in last week’s Hands to Honduras-Tela story. We asked Linda Gilbert, the director of the program, to help us set the story straight. Our apologies to Linda Gilbert and the organization. Glancing at The Citizen and Shelburne News on Thursday, I noticed a photo of the… Read More »

1 28 29 30 31 32 42