Coronavirus: South Burlington Business Operations

Seth Bowden, vice president of the Greater Burlington Industrial Corporation, has been appointed as president of the Vermont Business Roundtable’s board of directors.

South Burlington staffing agency Working Fields has hired Chelsea Bardot Lewis as its first chief operating officer.

Paw Print and Mail has acquired Pop Color, a Williston company, as its owner Michael Swaidner retires.

Georgia Grace Edwards was sitting in the attic of her childhood friend’s home the first time she ripped out the crotch of a pair of old ski pants and sewed in a zipper.

Stephanie Wyman, a local civil engineer with nearly 10 years of experience, will fill an empty seat on the South Burlington Development Review Board.

Eric D. Jones is now a partner with Langrock, Sperry & Wool LLP, having joined the law firm in December.

South Burlington-based Common Good Vermont has shifted, becoming a program offered under the umbrella of United Way of Northwest Vermont.

The New England Federal Credit Union has chose four recipient organizations to receive $625 each – part of its $10,000 annual gift package given four times per year.

This week, South Burlington Business Association chair Tim McKenzie visited the South Burlington Food Shelf and presented a check for $16,372 from a recent fundraising drive.

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