Why I’m Voting No on the Moran Plant Question. Discussion of the financial risks involved and qualifications of the city council in managing real estate development.
Burlington LP Caucus Meeting – Sept 26th, 6-7pm in the Fletcher Room of Fletcher Library – Election of the Town Committee Officers will held and afterwards there will be time for discussion and getting to know everyone!
As many of you may know, we got another snowstorm this week here in Burlington, Vermont.
Wow, what a storm! Over the weekend, Heavenly and I finally finished clearing our driveway of snow. We shoveled 3 times on the day of the storm, a couple times after and then finally cleared a second spot for visitors on Sunday.
A big congrats to Gregory’s class for succeeding where the city couldn’t. I thought it should be possible to still have the event without taxpayer’s money. You would think that with all the connections the city officials and CEDO have, they should have easily been able to find the sponsors to pick up the tab.
Yesterday, here in Burlington, a new coalition called Immigrants Rights Vermont organized a protest against federal immigration legislation. Comments made by protesters include “no one is illegal,” and “We are deeply committed to ending the exploitation and abuse of immigrant workers who are working hard, paying taxes and contributing to our community,”
The following letter to the editor was published in the Burlington Free Press on January 9, 2006.
Public discussion regarding the proposed closing of Barnes school.
The big topic tonight was the southern connector. To continue or not to continue was the question.
Legislative report from Mark Larsen regarding proposal to use an income tax to fund public education and problems with corrections budget as well as public forum and debate on proposed Universal Healthcare.