Benefit concert raises over 15K for Hinesburg recreational area

Benefit concert raises over 15K for Hinesburg recreational area

Hinesburg’s Bissonette Recreation Area received a $15,300 boost from the Quadra benefit concert held Friday night, Jan. 9 at the Old Lantern in Charlotte. Bissonette Recreational Area fundraising organizer Tom Ayer offered special thanks to Lantman’s Market, Jiffy Mart, and Green Mountain Concert Services for donations and assistance respectively. Kudos to Papa Nicks, Good Time… Read More »

Letters to the Editor

SCHIP thanks communities for 10th year celebration As the new year begins, SCHIP wants to thank all who helped make our 10th anniversary year a celebration to remember. We started off the year with a great community dinner fundraiser that realized over $1,200 at the Hinesburgh Public House. Many people attended and enjoyed great food,… Read More »

DRB hears specifics of large subdivision, fields public concerns

By Gail Callahan Hinesburg’s Development Review Board (DRB) continued its review of the Haystack Crossing LLC project during its Tuesday, Jan. 6 meeting. Ben Avery and Dave Marshall told the board they are now supporting a design that eliminates an undetermined number of buildings; it would decrease density numbers and bring the proposal into compliance… Read More »

RGH sponsors benefit concert featuring notable musicians

RGH sponsors benefit concert featuring notable musicians

Responsible Growth Hinesburg (RGH) brings together a collection of outstanding local musicians who have made significant contributions to the musical landscape, as well as one stunning new voice, in “Local Legends, an Evening of Acoustic Music.” The concert will be held at Champlain Valley Union (CVU) High School auditorium in Hinesburg on Friday, Jan. 23… Read More »

The word in the House…

The word  in the House…

My vote for governor The following statement was released on Wednesday, Jan. 7 as the legislative session began. On Thursday, Governor Peter Shumlin was elected back into office with 110 votes to Scott Milne’s 69. Dan Feliciano received none of the votes. The start of the 2015 session of the Vermont Legislature began Wednesday, Jan.… Read More »

Town Meeting Day approaches: A helpful guide to the big day

Charlotte        Nomination forms for elected town office may be obtained from the Charlotte Town Clerk Monday through Friday from 8am-4pm. Prospective candidates must fill out the petition and file it by Monday, Jan 26 at 5pm with at least 30 signatures. Please be sure that voters print legibly so that their names can be verified.… Read More »

Warnings and Wage Classification make work for Charlotte Selectboard

By Robin Reid The 6pm presentation on the Ferry Road stormwater management/pedestrian accessibility and on-street parking was postponed and the regular meeting began at 7pm. The Wage Classification Plan and Policy received final tweaks on Monday both at a morning meeting and during the regular meeting. Robert Mack inquired about the cost of implementation. Presently,… Read More »

Library News

Library News

Upcoming In January Kids Activities Tuesdays, Jan. 13 to Feb. 17, 3:15-4:15pm: Early Elementary Story Time (Kindergarten and 1st grade). Extend the school day with an hour at the library enjoying books, songs, poems and crafts. Light snack provided. Tuesdays, Jan. 13 to Feb. 17, 12:15-1:15pm: Preschool Lunch Bunch. Join us for a fun-filled hour… Read More »

Letters to the Editor

Fitzgerald offers thanks to community On Monday, Dec. 22 at 3pm the 2014 Dee PT Great Diaper Drive in support of COTS Kids came to an end. I am proud to say I have collected more than 43,000 diaper with the help and support of so many amazing people!!!! Thank you for your support and… Read More »