April 14, 2021 Todd Odit is excited to get started as the first manager of the town of Hinesburg. Odit officially begins on April 22. Prior to this role,…
April 1, 2021 On February 8, 2021, the Vermont Department of Environmental Conservation (DEC) approved a permit to use the chemical herbicide ProcellaCOR to treat invasive milfoil in Lake…
On Wednesday, March 17, Champlain Valley Union High School (CVU) hosted a vaccination clinic to distribute the 1000 doses they were allocated.
Hinesburg was one of only seven Vermont towns included in a recent UVM survey of nearly 100 towns that saw their police budget increase by more than 10 percent at this year’s Town Meeting Day.
A total of 915 Hinesburg residents voted on or before Town Meeting Day 2021, according to Town Clerk Melissa Ross, who released the results around 8 p.m. on March 2.
On election day, reporters from UVM’s Community News Service waited outside the polls to speak with Hinesburg voters.
The Hinesburg town ambulance is on the ballot again this Tuesday as voters will choose whether to approve or reject the budget.
Hinesburg residents will consider several consequential ballot items on Town Meeting Day on March 2, including changing the role of town administrator to town manager.
The Black Lives Matter flag was raised over Hinesburg town hall on Feb. 1, after a resolution to display it was passed unanimously by the Select Board.
Town meeting this year will be a town meeting like no other. Instead of crowding into the High School auditorium, this year voters will join town officials on a ZOOM call.