Mayor Weinberger Announces Funding Plan for Early Learning Initiative to Ensure All Burlington Children Have the Opportunity to Succeed

 New program will expand high-quality child care opportunities for low-income children; Mayor’s FY18 budget will use existing sources to launch $500,000 annual investment intended

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Mayor Miro Weinberger Announces Bob Rusten to Leave Chief Administrative Officer Position

Rusten to Conclude Four Highly Successful Years as Burlington CAO on September 1st; Search for Replacement Underway; Rusten Likely to Continue Service to the

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Vermont Department of Labor Partners with the City of Burlington to Help Youth Find Jobs

Second Annual Jobs for Youth Fair Includes 66 Participating Employers; 17 Training Providers Offering Tailored Workshops for Youth Ages 16-24 Burlington, VT – Mayor Miro

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Mayor Miro Weinberger Promotes Active Transportation Options During Sixth Annual Multi-Modal Tour

Announces New CATMA Bikeshare Pilot Program, Looks Forward to Progress Resulting from PlanBTV Walk/Bike, Great Streets, and Burlington Town Center Redevelopment  Burlington, VT – Mayor

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Vermont Mayors Strongly Oppose Last Minute Effort to Gut State’s Most Successful Economic Development Tool

The Vermont Mayors Coalition released the following statement regarding proposed changes to tax increment financing legislation:   “The Vermont Mayors Coalition has consistently supported

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Mayor Miro Weinberger, ECHO Leahy Center, Edmunds Elementary Students Encourage Community Participation in Burlington’s Green Up Day Efforts on Saturday, May 6

Burlington, VT – Mayor Miro Weinberger, ECHO Leahy Center for Lake Champlain Executive Director Phelan Fretz, Burlington Electric Department General Manager Neale Lunderville, City

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