Burlington Livable Community Project
Is Burlington a great place to grow old? Could it be better? The Burlington Livable Community Project says “yes” to both questions. The project is engaging residents, community organizations and the City to make changes so people of all ages can live in the setting of their choice, get around the city safely and easily, and participate fully in the life of our community.
CCTA is holding a public meeting on Tuesday, February 19, 2013 at 6:30 PM at the Underhill Town Hall to discuss the proposed Jeffersonville-Burlington Commuter route. The proposed bus route would serve Jeffersonville, Cambridge, Underhill, and Jericho as it heads into Burlington during morning and evening peak commuting hours. Please attend this meeting to learn more about recent developments and the remaining steps to secure funding and complete its implementation. Please contact CCTA at firstname.lastname@example.org or 864-CCTA (2282) with any questions.
Just released! Vermont passed a Complete Streets law in 2011 directing transportation planners, road designers and town/municipal officials to consider all users of Vermont's roadways when planning new streets or modifying existing corridors. A detailed guide for implementation of this new law has just been released and is available for professionals and residents alike. Read an overview here and check out the this very comprehensive document.
Electric Assistance Program applications are now available for GMP customers. 25% off your electric bill and past due bills waived for eligible ratepayers. Do you qualify or do you know any other Vermonters who might? Income limits are $22,704 for a couple or $16,764 for an individual.