I want to sincerely thank the people of Milton for your support in the recent election. Since my first election to the Senate six years ago, I’ve done my best to represent each Chittenden County community with the same enthusiasm … Read more
This was the message from the General Stannard House Committee when so many shoppers stopped by our table at the Milton Craft Fair. We thank all who expressed interest in saving the General Stannard House and in the history of … Read more
Tuesday, Nov. 4 marked the end of another election cycle. I am honored to have been re-elected for another term in the legislature and will do my best to represent you and your interests at the Statehouse. In past elections, … Read more
To the members of the Milton community, I would like to take this opportunity to share some exciting news and events happening across the Milton Town School District: Halloween Carnival at MHS On October 30, the MHS Student Athletic Leadership … Read more
The University of Vermont Health Network – formerly Fletcher Allen Partners – recently got a new name and a new look and feel. The University of Vermont Medical Center (formerly Fletcher Allen Health Care) and the UVM Health Network’s three … Read more
The Milton Craft Committee, Inc. would like to thank the community for making the 38th Annual Milton Pre-Christmas Craft Show on November 8 a huge success. Attendance was great, with many folks starting their holiday shopping with local handmade crafts. … Read more
I would like to take this opportunity to thank all of the Milton voters for electing me to be justice of the peace. It will be an honor to serve the town of Milton. Kristyn Holsopple Milton
Dear Milton voters, Thank you for your support of my reelection to the Vermont Senate. Your confidence in my work to represent you is greatly appreciated. Critical challenges face us during the coming legislative session. These include cost of living … Read more
I wish to thank the voters of Milton and Chittenden County for electing me to serve in the Vermont Senate. As this was my very first run for elective office, I am humbled and honored by both the election and … Read more
I have seen far too many dogs left loose in the beds of pick-up trucks as the truck is moving, causing dogs to be tossed around because there is nothing to secure them safely in the back of the pick-up. … Read more
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