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January 12, 2021

Public Hearing: TIF Financing for Garden Street

TIF (Tax Increment Financing)
On January 19th the City Council will host a Public Hearing on the question of whether or not the City voters should authorize Tax Increment Financing debt to pay for the connection of Garden Street to Dorset Street on the south and Midas Drive on the north.
January 12, 2021

Bear Invasion at Fire Station

Bears and More Bears...Oh My!

As in past years, South Burlington Fire Department’s Fire Marshal’s Offices have been an alternative staging site for Santa’s sleigh, when there are heavy headwinds.  Apparently, these winds at altitude made it difficult for Rudolph to make his final approach to the station, and Santa bypassed his usual logistical resupply spot. (it is all about the schedule after all!).
January 11, 2021

Sewer Upgrade project

Hadley/Farrell Neighborhood Sewer Upgrade Project

In 2019 the City completed a project that rerouted the sewer discharged from the Hadley/Proctor/Farrell neighborhood so that it was now sent to and treated at South Burlington’s wastewater treatment plant on Bartlett Bay Road.
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In 2014, the City of South Burlington, under the leadership of its Energy Committee (SBEC), joined a competition called the Georgetown University Energy Prize (GUEP).

During the two-year measurement period, SBEC hosted or participated in over 50 events, laying the foundation for ongoing progress.  South Burlington residents took action and are now saving over $750,000 in energy costs per year as a result – and continued savings will lead to more than $5 million in their pockets over time.
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Police Chief Trevor Whipple to Retire in 2019

South Burlington Chief of Police Trevor Whipple has announced his plans to retire from the Police Department in January 2019.  Whipple has served as Chief for 12 years and has ushered in many modern and innovative approaches to law enforcement and public engagement.
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The closed landfill is a model of responsible solar siting. The solar array was commissioned on October 11, 2017 and a ribbon-cutting ceremony was held on November 16.

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