Wayne Maceyka is not a member of Responsible Growth Hinesburg. He was quoted in a story on Dec. 6 about a recent meeting that he attended regarding the future of Lot 15 in Commerce Park in Hinesburg.
Justin Bissonette is a senior at Champlain Valley Union High School on the wrestling team. Last week’s CVU Winter Sports Preview incorrectly said he had graduated. He’s won two competitions in his class so far this season.
Jim Donovan is a landscape architect. His profession was stated incorrectly in a Nov. 21 article. The same piece misstated the name of the Melissa and Trevor Mack Trail.
In a story in the Nov. 15 edition of The Citizen, a quotation was incorrectly attributed to Patrick McKee, president and chief executive of Wake Robin. It was Shelburne Police Officer Bob Lake who at an event on Nov. 13 recalled last year’s ricin incident at the retirement community. Lake said: “They Googled ricin and… Read More »
The Aug. 30 Notable Neighbor feature referred to a class in the Mercy Connections Women’s Small Business Program that teaches business planning.
• Charlotte’s working group focused on affordable housing was organized by volunteers at the April 23 Selectboard meeting. • Art therapist Lisa Myers has supported efforts to license art therapists in Vermont, however no licensure requirement exists yet. A story in The Citizen last week implied otherwise.
• Joy Grossman is Hinesburg’s assistant town administrator. Her title was incorrect in The Citizen May 24. • The company Clark Excavating, which is working for the town of Hinesburg on a demolition project, is based in Hinesburg. Its location was incorrect in The Citizen on May 24.
State Rep. Kate Webb, a Democrat, represents Shelburne in the Vermont House. Her district was incorrect in The Citizen last week.