(Photo by Courtney Lamdin)

McRae decision delayed

After more than 90 minutes of discussion, Milton’s Development Review Board voted unanimously to postpone ruling on alleged junkyard owner George McRae’s appeal last week. McRae requested a hearing on March 27, hoping the DRB would overturn former Zoning Administrator …  Read more

Dorothy Michelson of Milton (center) questions Chittenden County Transportation Authority officials during a public hearing on Thursday, March 13 at the Milton town offices. (Photo by Courtney Lamdin)

Commuter route to change

Passengers will see slightly longer travel times when Colchester stops become part of Milton’s commuter bus route this summer. Chittenden County Transportation Authority will bypass Interstate 89 to and from Milton in favor of four stops along Route 7 in …  Read more

Gov. Peter Shumlin reads the Georgia town report. (Photo by Courtney Lamdin)

Montpelier on the mind

For the second time in three years, Gov. Peter Shumlin dropped by Georgia Elementary and Middle School to take questions from voters before Town Meeting. “This is what makes democracy great in Vermont, and obviously it doesn’t work if you …  Read more

Former Milton Zoning Administrator Taylor Newton tagged wrecker service owner George McRae with a zoning violation after a site visit to his property in January. (Photo courtesy of the town of Milton)

Town cites McRae

The town of Milton cited towing service owner George McRae for running an unpermitted junkyard on the same day it denied his application to operate one. The decisions came down February 18, neither to McRae’s surprise, he said. “ANR is …  Read more

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