Hinesburg Selectboard meeting includes discussion of need for recreation fields

Monday night’s Hinesburg Selectboard meeting included a continuation of the discussion regarding how to use the funds from Vermont Gas Systems Inc. paid for drilling in Geprags Park. The Feb. 20 Selectboard meeting had included a motion by Selectboard member Tom Ayer, later tabled for discussion at Town Meeting, to use $190,000 of the $250,000… Read More »

Lake Iroquois milfoil cleanup planned

Lake Iroquois milfoil cleanup planned

Eurasian milfoil created a smelly mess for visitors and homeowners last summer at Lake Iroquois. This year, the Lake Iroquois Association has a plan to deal with the invasive aquatic plant, which has already taken over a significant portion of the lake. The Lake Iroquois Association has formulated a five-year milfoil removal plan, including treatment… Read More »

Hinesburg Public Safety Log

Family Fight – On Wednesday, March 1, an officer responded to Sunset MHP for a juvenile out of control. The officer met with the juvenile and the parent. No further action was necessary. Driving Under the Influence of Alcohol – On Friday, March 10, an officer was dispatched to Hollow Rd. for a vehicle off… Read More »

Town Meetings

Charlotte Meetings Charlotte Land Trust March 13, 8am Selectboard March 13 Zoning Board of Adjustment March 14, 7pm Trails Committee March 14 Planning Commission March 16 Selectboard Public Hearing for Amendment to Land Use Regulations March 20, 7pm Selectboard March 27 Conservation Commission March 28, 7pm Hinesburg Meetings Affordable Housing Committee: 1st Wednesday at 7pm… Read More »

Communities need high-quality childcare — Jenn Baudreau

When communities invest in high-quality, affordable childcare, everyone benefits. Children benefit because they receive the nurturing and care that’s so vitally important for their brain development and growth. Parents benefit because they’re able to continue investing in their careers and providing financial support for their families. Childcare workers benefit because they’re paid a living wage.… Read More »

Selectboard appoints Townshend to Town Forest Committee

Hinesburg Selectboard Aaron Townshend sat in the front row in the Hinesburg Town Hall Meeting Room, eager to explain why he’s volunteering for the Town Forest Committee. “Good people are currently serving on the committee,” said Townshend. “I think Hinesburg is pretty fortunate to have a chunk of open space…I thought I’d help out.” Following… Read More »