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'Occupy Burlington' Protesters Agree To Remove Tents
Monday, 11/14/11
The tents at a Burlington park where Occupy Wall Street protesters have been camping out since late October are likely to be gone by Monday night.
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After Caucus, Burlington Dems Still Without A Mayoral Candidate
Sunday, 11/13/11
By Kirk Carapezza
After a protracted six-hour caucus that ended in a tie, the race for Burlington's Democratic nomination for mayor will live to see at least another month. In Burlington Sunday evening, developer Miro Weinberger and State Senator Tim Ashe split a third round of voting, 540-540.
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The Race For Burlington Mayor
Thursday, 02/16/12
As Town Meeting Day looms, VPR looks at the candidates in the running for the Burlington mayoral race.
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Burlington Will Allow 'Occupy' Protestors To Remain In Park
Friday, 10/28/11
Burlington police say they will take "a wait and see approach" to a weekend encampment that a group of Occupy Wall Street protesters are planning in City Hall Park, where camping is banned.
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FAA Looking At Vt. Airport Billing
Thursday, 10/27/11
The Federal Aviation Administration says it has started an inquiry into billing requests made to Burlington International Airport by the cities of Burlington and South Burlington.
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Burlington Mayoral Race Takes Shape Before Kiss Makes Decision
Thursday, 10/20/11
By Kirk Carapezza
With four months until voters go to the polls, the field of candidates in Burlington's mayoral race is getting crowded and the current candidates have one thing in common: they're all taking aim at incumbent Mayor Bob Kiss.
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Ashe Joins Crowded Field In Burlington Mayoral Race
Monday, 10/17/11
By Kirk Carapezza
State Senator Tim Ashe has thrown his hat into the ring in the race for for Burlington mayor. Ashe says he's entering the race because he believes he's best equipped to move the city forward.
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UVM Opens Labs To Scientists Put Out By Irene
Tuesday, 10/04/11
UVM says state scientists began moving in about two weeks ago, and everyone should be in the temporary space by the middle of October.
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Dissecting Burlington's Political Landscape
Monday, 09/19/11
By Jane Lindholm
The Burlington political landscape has been racked by controversy and contention as the mayoral race is beginning to get crowded, Vermont community libraries were impacted by flooding from Irene and the hospital budgeting process concludes.
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Mayor, City Council Split On Lockheed Deal
Tuesday, 08/09/11
By Kirk Carapezza
In Burlington, the mayor and City Council are divided over a resolution that outlines new standards for climate-change partnerships.
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Burlington City Council To Vote On Standards For Lockheed Deal
Monday, 08/08/11
By Kirk Carapezza
Advocates say Burlington needs to set some limits on a partnership that the city administration wants to enter with the military contractor Lockheed Martin.
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Vt. Town Meetings Tackle Elections, Budgets, Rec Facilities
Tuesday, 03/01/11
By Ross Sneyd
Town moderators across the state called their town meetings to order this morning. Voters in cities and towns all over Vermont are deciding municipal and school budgets and a range of other issues.
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Burlington Applauds Expansion Of Online Auto Marketer
Friday, 06/10/11
By Kirk Carapezza
Senator Patrick Leahy joined city leaders in Burlington Friday to celebrate the expansion of Dealer.com, a web-based company that provides global marketing solutions for the automotive industry.
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Vt Food Systems To Receive Funds To Create Local Jobs
Tuesday, 06/07/11
By Kirk Carapezza
Some food systems in Vermont will receive $40,000 in grant funding, thanks to the state's recent jobs bill. That funding will mainly go toward new equipment and infrastructure.
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Burlington Votes On Smart Grid Plan
Tuesday, 06/28/11
By Kirk Carapezza
Voters in Burlington go to the polls Tuesday to decide whether the city should invest in smart grid technology. Supporters say that new technology would improve energy efficiency by decreasing demand. Opponents argue it is dangerous and costly.
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Burlington's Credit Rating Is Lowered
Monday, 01/10/11
By Ross Sneyd
Burlington's credit rating has been lowered because of the ongoing problems with the city-owned Burlington Telecom.
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Kiss Defends Burlington Telecom's Broken Lease
Monday, 11/29/10
By Jane Lindholm
Burlington Telecom has failed in its months-long attempt to renegotiate a lease that provides the equipment that is the cornerstone of the utility's infrastructure. But Mayor Bob Kiss says the city is exploring a purchase of the equipment outright and says the terms of that purchase could be more favorable than the previous lease.
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