Sewer project and wastewater budget

By Heather McKim A new tool for predicting the impact of development is now ready, a presentation of the Sewer Service Area Project made by Michael Crane of Crane & Associates said. This final presentation by Crane was one of several items on the agenda for the June 9 meeting of the Shelburne Selectboard. The […]

Wake Robin residents pack Selectboard meeting

Wake Robin residents pack Selectboard meeting

By Heather McKim A proposed change to zoning bylaws to increase maximum allowable building heights at Wake Robin drew a crowd to the April 28 meeting of the Shelburne Selectboard. Many in attendance were residents from the retirement community, which is seeking the change from 35’ maximum roof height to 48’ as it moves toward […]

Public comment session on changes in municipal fees scheduled for May 14

The Selectboard is asking for input on a recently developed proposal that would update development fees charged for building and zoning permits, Planning Commission and Development Review Board applications, water and sewer use, and impact fees. Shelburne’s fees were last updated in 2008, and the proposed increases are in keeping with the Selectboard’s goal of […]

Selectboard breezes through March 10 meeting

By Heather McKim The first meeting of the reconstituted Shelburne Selectboard occurred on March 10. Before moving to the full agenda, Gary von Stange was again selected Board Chair. Tim Pudvar will continue as Vice-Chair. The board also voted to adopt Rules of Procedure. In compliance with the state’s Open Meeting law one of the […]

Selectboard breezes through hour-long meeting

By Heather McKim During the Feb. 24 meeting of the Selectboard, three members heard about a proposed Shelburne Community School (SCS) playground project and an associated grant application, received a presentation of the town audit for fiscal year (FY) 2014, and covered a few other issues. Absent for the evening were Chair Gary von Stange […]

Selectboard considers multiple issues during regular meeting

By Heather McKim The Shelburne Selectboard’s Feb. 10 meeting started early so members could go into executive session to consider possible litigation. Once the public portion of the meeting got underway, members faced a number of agenda items, including a public hearing for proposed amendments to zoning regulations and a discussion with State Representatives Joan […]