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Shelburne currently operates two wastewater treatment plants: one on Crown Road and another on Turtle Lane off Harbor Road. Both are aging, with equipment and infrastructure at each plant well over 20 years old.

With Vermont’s primary nearly upon us, here’s what you need to know to vote next Tuesday.

For another summer, the Shelburne Little League, representing the towns of Shelburne, Hinesburg and Charlotte, fielded three fantastic All-Star teams to compete in the annual Vermont District 1 Little League tournament.

Thomas Chittenden’s voice and advocacy is much needed in the Vermont Senate, in my opinion, and I urge you to reelect him. He has supported the development of workforce housing at the city and state level, including permit reform to facilitate in-fill development.

These days we are reminded every day why we need candidates to volunteer and defend democracy. In our state Senate race we can choose a candidate — Lewis Mudge — who will stand up for democracy and fight for human rights here as he has done in my home country: the Democratic Republic of Congo.

I work across Chittenden County, and I support Lewis Mudge as a candidate for state Senate. He is on the selectboard in Charlotte. I ran against him for his current seat and have been very impressed with his leadership and positive influence thus far.

I encourage you to join me and vote for Thomas Chittenden in the Aug. 9 Democratic primary. Chittenden is a proven leader and remarkable public servant, both as a state senator and as a South Burlington city councilor.

We are honored to support Thomas Chittenden for reelection to the Vermont Senate. He has consistently demonstrated the importance of fact-based, holistic thinking about state and local Vermont issues.