Mayor Miro Weinberger Announces Downtown Parking Changes

Burlington, VT – Mayor Miro Weinberger today announced that the City of Burlington will implement several changes to the downtown parking system to both improve the customer experience and to ensure the City has a sustainable plan for maintaining the parking system and infrastructure in the downtown.

Waterfront Development Moves Forward

In the next twelve months you’ll see new parking, improvements to the Bike Path, and fewer power lines on the Burlington Waterfront. The Burlington Business Association checked in with Assistant Director of the Community and Economic Development Office (CEDO), Nate Wildfire, to learn the latest.

Meeting with the Mayor June 2014: Talking Taxes

Taxes –we call them a certainty. In Burlington the city’s nearly $63million municipal budget is funded 24% by the nearly 650 commercial/industrial properties for a total of over $19 million. In effect, 6% of the properties cover nearly a quarter of the budget.

What’s Up With the Champ Heads?

In an effort to curb panhandling, the Church Street Marketplace has teamed up with the Committee on Temporary Shelter (COTS) on a new program entitled, Have a Heart, Give Smart.

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