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One size does not fit all after all. This seemed to be the sentiment Monday night in South Burlington as city councilors explored whether to impose a local mask mandate.

After the season of thankfulness and turkey-killing comes the most wonderful time of the year: the season of budgets. And the annual joke about budget season.

The South Burlington Public Library hopes to secure a substantial boost in funding in the next fiscal year budget — over $50,000 new dollars — after blossoming in the new city hall building, adding programming and scores of new readers.

The South Burlington Recreation and Parks Department was hard hit during the COVID-19 pandemic, with programs and events canceled indefinitely, staffing shortages and cutbacks in the budget — …

Two proposed apartment buildings could bring 94 new units, as many as 79 of them affordable units, to Kennedy Drive in South Burlington, but the development review board seemed less than enthu…

As a lawyer, Kelsey Peterson has mostly worked on the adversarial side of land use, but as South Burlington’s new city planner she’s excited to build up rather than tear down.

Imagine walking or biking across I-89 without the fear of a speeding car careening into the sidewalk. A $9.7 million federal grant could finally make South Burlington’s dream of a protected pe…

South Burlington City Council chair Helen Riehle hopes to inject $1 million pandemic recovery dollars into the housing trust fund, though it’s unclear how officials plan to spend their federal…

The end of interim zoning in South Burlington has city officials sighing with relief and uttering phrases often scrawled in high school yearbooks.

A third industrial park spanning 113 acres could be coming to South Burlington, but it’s unclear if the developers support their own project or if the application is a statement in protest of …

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