(File photo by Abby Ledoux)

GFD appeals conclude

Living across the street from Georgia Fire Chief Keith Baker, Jordan Valyou learned about the fire service just from proximity. When he was old enough to join the department, he did just that. Years later, Valyou was positioned across from …  Read more

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Milton seeks CFO

After months of sorting out accounting confusion, the town of Milton is advertising for a highly qualified finance director to oversee the department. The position has been vacant since November, when Joanne Davis left the post; town treasurer John Gifford …  Read more

Project manager Peter Garceau of Cross Consulting Engineers presents information at a March hearing for the Georgia Zoning Board of Adjustment. (Photo by Abby Ledoux)

ZBA approves Harrison quarry

The third time’s a charm for Georgia businessman Jim Harrison, who finally got the town zoning board of adjustment’s go-ahead last month to build and operate a quarry next to his concrete batching plant off Route 104A after two previous …  Read more

(File photo by Abby Ledoux)

Firefighter appeals lumber on

Allegations of sexual harassment, unsafe working conditions and retaliation were leveled against Georgia Fire Department leadership last Tuesday at the fourth continuation of hearings before the selectboard, as six former firefighters appealed their March 8 dismissals. The town maintains those …  Read more

A construction crew works on what will become Elm Place, a 30-unit affordable senior housing facility developed by Cathedral Square Corporation on Bombardier Road in Milton.  (Photo by Michaela Halnon)

Elm Place breaks ground

The developer behind a state-of-the-art senior housing facility on Bombardier Road celebrated a symbolic groundbreaking ceremony on Monday. South Burlington-based affordable housing corporation Cathedral Square introduced its new three-story, 30-unit development, Elm Place, which will maintain one of the highest …  Read more

Several of the dismissed Georgia firefighters speak with family and friends in the audience of their April 12 appeal hearing before the selectboard, the third continuation since the proceedings began last month. (Photo by Abby Ledoux)

Former firefighters take the stand

Appeals for the six Georgia firefighters dismissed last month for not signing a confidentiality agreement continued last Tuesday night, the third since March 29. After 90 minutes of private, deliberative session – at times with the former firefighters and their …  Read more

Milton Boy Scout Tyler LaFountain is pictured installing one of nine disc golf baskets on a new course in Bombardier Park. (Contributed photo)

Town to spruce up parks

Milton Rec is looking for your help sprucing up Bombardier Park this weekend. The town will host Park Spruce Up Day on Saturday, April 16, a longstanding annual tradition to prepare the grounds for spring by dragging out volleyball and …  Read more

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