Courtney Lamdin

About Courtney Lamdin

Courtney A. Lamdin, editor and reporter, started with the Milton Independent in September 2009 after graduating at the top of her St. Michael's College journalism class. She inherited the editorship when founder Lynn Delaney retired in December 2010. Courtney hails from Barre Town and now lives in Winooski with her cat, Miss Parker.

Latest From Courtney Lamdin:

Milton's stadium field has now been deemed safe for fall athletes' play, a completely reversed stance taken by the school district this week. (Photo by Courtney Lamdin)

District 180s on field

After three meetings of tough questioning by taxpayers, the district now plans to accommodate all fall sports on the high school campus, Superintendent John Barone told the school board on Monday. “We’ve got to put this to a rest, because …  Read more

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Board hires new AD

Michael Jabour will serve as the district’s new athletic director, the school board voted 4-1 on Monday. According to district paperwork, Jabour was most recently assistant AD at Woodstock Union High School for the last two years. There, he also …  Read more

(Photo courtesy of Kym Duchesneau)

Campers clean up

A summer camp guest speaker found an opportunity to practice what he preaches about recycling in Milton this month. John Powell, school and outreach coordinator for Chittenden Solid Waste District, has visited the full-day Milton Recreation Summer Camp once a …  Read more

ANR's Marc Roy and McRae talk about the conditions in the assurance of discontinuance, which by signing, McRae agreed to cease salvage operations at his wrecker service. (Photo by Courtney Lamdin)

McRae awaits state sign-off

A forthcoming decision will certify whether wrecker service owner George McRae’s business practices still constitute those of a salvage yard, state officials said last week. Marc Roy, salvage yard program supervisor at the Agency of Natural Resources, visited McRae’s lot …  Read more

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