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Remembering Toys: From Suzy Homemaker To G.I. Joe
Monday, 12/17/12
By Jane Lindholm
We look at how toys and games became such an integral part of our culture and provide solace for children, hear from one of Vermont's three electors and stop in at a food venture center on Route 7 in Shelburne.
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Shelburne To Vote On ‘Form-Based Zoning Code’ For Route 7 Development
Tuesday, 09/25/12
Residents in the town of Shelburne will vote in November on whether to explore a so-called "form based zoning code" for development. The goal is to fight unchecked commercial development and suburban sprawl. 
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Shelburne Considers Purchasing Fire Rescue Boat
Tuesday, 08/28/12
The Shelburne Fire Department has proposed purchasing a used fire rescue boat to use on Lake Champlain for approximately $36,000. If purchased, it would be the only firefighting boat in the area.   
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Shelburne Cracks Down On Bicyclists
Monday, 05/21/12
Bicycle riders who ignore the rules of the road are asking for a traffic ticket in Shelburne.
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Vt. Towns Aiming To Go Green Remove, Change Streetlights
Monday, 04/23/12
By Kirk Carapezza
Finding greater energy efficiency is a proposition facing many Vermont communities, and towns hoping to save on energy costs are starting small - with their streetlights.
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Shelburne Endorses Project For Route 7 Visitor Center
Monday, 04/09/12
Officials in Shelburne have endorsed a project by Norwich University architectural students to design a visitor center for the Route 7 corridor. The project will highlight the value of Lake Champlain and lake-front properties.
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Newscast: Friday, March 23, 2012 at 12:04 p.m.
Friday, 03/23/12
By Mitch Wertlieb
Newscast: Friday, March 23, 2012 at 12:04 p.m.
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In Shelburne, A New Vision For Route 7
Tuesday, 02/21/12
By Kirk Carapezza
Cities and towns along Vermont's Route 7 corridor have long fought unchecked commercial development and suburban sprawl, trying to maintain their community identity. One Vermont town hopes it has found a way.
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Shelburne Museum Announces Art And Education Center
Thursday, 10/13/11
By Lynne McCrea
The new building, which will be open year-round, will include galleries to showcase special exhibitions, and will include auditorium and classroom space. Currently, the museum is open for six months of the year.
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