Selectboard approves museum’s solar plans

LISA SCAGLIOTTI Correspondent Shelburne Museum’s plans to build two solar arrays on its property this fall received a stamp of approval from the Shelburne Selectboard Tuesday when the board agreed to lend its support for the project in the state permitting process. The selectboard heard a presentation from museum director Tom Denenberg and representatives of… Read More »

Big-ticket decision ahead on wastewater

LISA SCAGLIOTTI Correspondent Town officials have an important decision to make soon regarding how Shelburne handles its wastewater into the future. At its meeting Tuesday night, the selectboard got a refresher from Water Quality Superintendent Chris Robinson on the options and potential costs of each. The discussion comes as South Burlington is beginning to plan… Read More »

‘Always be making’: Creativity and hard work intersect in ‘Johnny Swing: Design Sense’ exhibit

‘Always be making’: Creativity and hard work intersect in ‘Johnny Swing: Design Sense’ exhibit

By SCOOTER MACMILLAN Staff Reporter Entering the lobby of the Pizzagalli Center for Art and Education, the first thing you’ll see from the exhibit “Johnny Swing: Design Sense” is a piece that looks like a very modern, abstract representation of a chaise lounge. And that’s exactly what it is. Visitors are encouraged to sit or… Read More »