With tag: killington
Cow Powered Gondola At Killington
Killington ski resort says it's going to power one of its lifts this
season with electricity generated from methane gas recovered from cow manure.
Killington Plans New Town Entrance
Select Board is
planning to make over the entrance to the central Vermont resort town along Route 4 and Route 100. The goal, town officials say, is to create "a true
sense of arrival" to the biggest ski area of the east.
Cities And Towns Set Tax Rates
It's that time of year when Vermont cities and towns are setting their tax
rates, and select board and city council minutes show many have increased them slightly as they enter the 2013 fiscal year.
Killington Votes To Keep Town Manager
By Ross Sneyd
A petition drive led to a special election Tuesday. Voters were asked whether they wanted to keep a
town manager or revert to the system where select board members play a larger
role in managing town affairs.
Killington Voters Prepare For "Major Impact" Vote
Voters in Killington have
received a letter from the town's Select Board clarifying the upcoming vote to determine whether
or not the town will keep its Town Manager form of government.
Killington Turns To Private Company For Marketing
a mild and nearly snowless ski season, town officials in Killington are considering
alternative models around the country, and
they're consulting with a private company to boost economic development.
Killington Golf Course Raises Rates
Killington, town officials have
approved golf rates for the 2012 season at Green Mountain National Golf
Course, raising them just slightly.
Killington Debates Whether To Expand Select Board
It's a perpetual debate for Vermonters: What is the best practice for managing their towns? In Killington, town officials are once again debating whether to expand the Select Board from three to five members.
Killington Town Manager Resigns
By Kirk Carapezza
Killington Town Manager Kathleen Ramsay's resignation comes as the town is trying to bail out its municipally owned golf course, which is facing $5 million in debt.