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South Burlington resident Annie Leupp lives on a fixed income. She is concerned about what the school’s budget proposal – and upcoming bond asks – will mean for her and the community.

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With the uncertainty of COVID-19 and mandatory Vermont pre K-12 school closures through April 6, the South Burlington School Board tabled its budget discussion on Monday, March 16. The board w…

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School officials will go back to the drawing board on both a new budget and bond article following the defeat of both proposals on Town Meeting Day.

A group of 11 South Burlington city officials showed up at the City Hall at 9 a.m. on Saturday to handle a recount of the race for the two-year city council seat that had been contested by Mea…

Blink and you might have missed it. Though the South Burlington City Council looks identical to that which was elected last year, members reorganized on Monday, March 9.

There was a strong showing of opposition to the school district’s $209.6 million –before interest– bond article request to fund the construction of a joint middle/high school and athletic comp…

Incumbent South Burlington City Councilor Meaghan Emery narrowly defeated council race newcomer Matt Cota for the three-year seat by a vote of 3,940 -3,866, unofficial tallies show.This will b…

A slight majority of Town Meeting voters showed their support of the city’s approximately $57.2 million municipal budget proposal – about $17 million of which will be raised by local property …

South Burlington voters denied the school district’s proposal for an approximately $55.9 million budget for Fiscal Year 2021.  

The Dorset Meadows development proposal is a no-go following a development review board decision made on Feb. 27.

From VCAM to voters: Community members listen during South Burlington’s March 2 meeting in advance of Town Meeting Day.

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Matt Cota, the two-year city council seat hopeful who was bested by incumbent Meaghan Emery on Town Meeting Day, requested a recount of the votes on Wednesday, March 4. Cota lost the position …

South Burlington residents will make some big decisions this Town Meeting Day. On the ballot are openings in four local governing seats and two articles split between city and school asks. The…

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South Burlington’s Transfer of Development Rights (TDR) bylaw complies with enabling state statute and is not unconstitutionally vague, according to a State Supreme Court opinion that overturn…

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