Selectboard holds discussion with Marks on possible conflict of interest

The Hinesburg Selectboard held a discussion with Conservation Commission member Bill Marks last week regarding concerns some board members had regarding a potential conflict of interest. On Jan. 30, the board asked Marks to discuss a possible conflict of interest that might exist due to his membership on the Conservation Commission while he maintains intervenor… Read More »

Hinesburg Selectboard appoints Greenberg as DRB alternate

Andy Greenberg is a new Hinesburg Development Review Board alternate. Greenberg receive the board’s endorsement during the Jan. 23 meeting. He will serve the remainder of the term, which expires Jan. 1, 2019. Another DRB alternate position is open, but that applicant couldn’t attend last Monday’s meeting due to a family emergency. Greenberg sat in… Read More »

Hinesburg selectboard hears update on Vermont Gas protesters

Hinesburg selectboard hears update on Vermont Gas protesters

The Hinesburg Selectboard heard an update Nov. 7 on protests regarding a Vermont Gas pipeline project across the street from Geprags Park. One week following the update, a group of Hinesburg residents filed a lawsuit with the Vermont Supreme Court to halt permanently the Vermont Gas Pipeline from passing through Geprags Park.  Earlier this fall,… Read More »

Hinesburg Selectboard votes to continue paid administrative leave to officer

Following an executive, or private session, the Hinesburg Selectboard voted unanimously Nov. 7 to extend paid, administrative leave to a Hinesburg police officer facing a federal lawsuit. Officer Cameron Coltharp was placed on paid, administrative leave this summer after Community Police Chief Frank Koss became concerned about media coverage of an alleged excessive force complaint.… Read More »

Selectboard continues discussion on Vermont Gas pipeline

On March 28, the Hinesburg Selectboard continued discussion about how to move forward with the contentious potential agreement about Vermont Gas’ pipeline through Hinesburg’s Geprags Park. The previous week, citizen turnout and impassioned input led the board to vote against passing the agreement. This week, the board worked to build consensus about the best way… Read More »

New faces and old

With a new face and Town Meeting Day behind them, last week’s Selectboard meeting wrapped up the results and citizen comments. The newly elected Aaron Kimball was welcomed to the board. Members agreed unanimously to nominate Michael Bissonette as chair again. Phil Pouech was nominated to be vice chair before moving into executive discussion to… Read More »

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