New commenting policy at shelburnenews.com

By Shelburne News Editorial Board After several controversial town events, we have been forced to make several changes to the comment section on our website. We found that there were many posts on our website that did not have verified names and email addresses, and as with other on-line media, we are concerned about the… Read More »

PARKS and REC NEWS

​​​Me & My Guy Valentine Dance ​Friday, Feb. 10, 2017, 6:30-8:30pm. Tickets are on sale now at the Recreation Office. This special event is for girls in grades K-5 and their special adult guy (dad, uncle, grandfather, neighbor, etc.) in the Town Gym. Come enjoy a fun evening together including a photo booth, treats, music,… Read More »

Soul Food — The gift of presence

By Elizabeth Flynn Campbell The holidays were tough this year. Maggie, our beloved two-year-old red-haired poodle, died five days before Christmas. One day she was my hearty running companion and a few days later she was dead from the sepsis that followed the surgery to remove the small black sock lodged in her abdomen. Her… Read More »

Planning agenda

AGENDA SHELBURNE PLANNING COMMISSION Thursday, Sept. 8, 7pm, Shelburne Municipal Center, Meeting Room 1, 5420 Shelburne Road 1.CALL TO ORDER (7pm) 2.APPROVAL OF AGENDA (7:01pm) 3. DISCLOSURES RELATING TO ANY POTENTIAL CONFLICTS OF INTEREST (7:05pm) 4.APPROVAL OF MINUTES (7:10pm) •August 11, 2016. 5.COMMISSIONER QUESTIONS AND COMMENTS (7:15pm) 6. OPEN TO THE PUBLIC (7:20pm) Limited individual… Read More »

Shelburne business survey completed; starting point for future discussions

Shelburne business survey completed; starting point for future discussions

The 2015 Shelburne Business Survey is complete, and the Planning Commission presented the results at their June 14 meeting. Michael Moser, research specialist at the University of Vermont, gave a look at the data that was collected from business community respondents. Planning Commissioner Ann Hogan spearheaded the project. It received the support and design assistance… Read More »

Historic fire truck makes a comeback

Historic fire truck makes a comeback

by Eileen O’Grady The Shelburne Fire Department is celebrating 75 years of service in August, and to honor the historic occasion, firefighters are undertaking the task of restoring a very special vehicle. Affectionately known as Old Engine 1, the 1941 GMC/Buffalo was Shelburne’s first fire truck. Old Engine 1 was built in Buffalo, New York… Read More »

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