Photos by Devany Di Paolo | Community News Service
The Burg Bucks program, which wrapped up on Nov. 15, kept Hinesburg residents spending locally and generated over $20,000 in total revenue for local businesses.
More voters voted in 2020 than in any previous Hinesburg Election, with three-quarters of the town’s registered voters casting a ballot. About 3,146 voted, according to unofficial results from Town Clerk Missy Ross. And about 71.6% of those (2,238) voted by mail.
The Burg Buck give out on Sunday was a big success according to outgoing town administrator Renae Marshall.
The town of Hinesburg is to receive a $10,000 grant to promote spending at town businesses with the “Hinesburg Buck,” a currency which can be used to make purchases in participating downtown locations.
Geprags Park has closed off a portion of the park from dogs in order to protect habitat of ground-nesting birds.
A book on early Black settlers in Hinesburg has been given a second life with a reprint by the Vermont Historical Society.
As the summer comes to an end, schools across the country begin to announce their plans for beginning the school year amidst a global pandemic.
Youth Golf Programs with Coach Ryan, Fair Food Night, Back to School Children’s Clothing and Book Swap, and more.
This year has been anything but standard—the same goes for Trillium Farm.