Working a similar diversity job in Minneapolis, former Burlington DEI director Tyeastia Green reportedly made false statements about fundraising for the city’s Black expo.
Police community control board question fails in Burlington
Almost 2/3 of Burlington voters rejected a plan for a community control board over the Burlington Police Department.
Burlington homeless pods ready for occupants
The Elmwood Ave. pods provide “rapid rehousing with all of the services required to move from homelessness to permanent supportive housing,” a city official says.
Burlington mayor stops special-duty policing at condos
“Of much greater concern is that any neighborhood in the City feels that they need to pay out of pocket for basic public safety services,” Weinberger said.
Burlington to vote on ‘carbon impact fee’ for large buildings
A carbon impact fee on large buildings will go to Burlington voters in March.
Miro wants state taxpayers to fund Burlington police, housing, homeless programs, public transportation, etc.
Burlington Mayor Miro Weinberger today presented a lengthy list of funding requests for the Legislature.
Burlington Police Dept. down to 22 active patrol officers, crime rising
The Burlington Police Department has just 22 active patrol officers to provide 24/7/365 coverage in the state’s largest city, and crime is rising.
Anti-cop Burlington city councilor won’t run again, leaves behind undermanned police force
Burlington police needed help from two other police agencies but were still too undermanned to prevent a rear-window escape.
No harvest for Burlington community gardeners refusing diversity/inclusion/equity pledge
As part of its ‘deep organizational work to address racism as a public health crisis,’ the City of Burlington won’t allow people who refuse to sign a diversity pledge to grow food in a taxpayer-funded community garden.
Burlington mayor wants homelessness ‘rare and brief’
The mayor of Burlington wants to make homelessness rare and brief. It’s neither now.