Boat launch ready for summer

Seeing concrete slabs sitting in the Georgia Beach parking lot, visitors may think the boat launch renovation never materialized – but they would be wrong, beach manager Kerry Burke said. “A lot of people seem to think it was never …  Read more

K9 on duty

“He won’t bite you; don’t worry.” Milton Police Officer Jason Porter stopped his cruiser in a dark lot at Catamount Industrial Park. At 9:45 p.m. on a Wednesday, the business was decidedly closed, but this was just the middle of …  Read more

Investing in Milton’s K9

Police dogs and their handlers have different strengths in tricky situations, but now Milton’s K9 Hatchi and Officer Jason Porter are more evenly matched in the worst-case scenario. Hatchi, the department’s German shepherd, is now the proud owner of a …  Read more

Woodward steps down

After over a decade in municipal government, Deb Woodward is leaving her post as Georgia town administrator this month. Woodward is breaking from the public sector to return to school to study IT programming, software and support in an eight-week …  Read more

Inspection incomplete, again

The town of Milton’s inspection of Armand Brisson’s condemned building was stymied last week after a hired hand refused to go inside. This is the second time the court-ordered visit didn’t go as planned. In December 2012, Brisson refused entry …  Read more

Grant awarded for trail study

There’s a long, muddy road ahead, but Milton’s Conservation Commission just got one step closer to making a waterlogged trail passable. Progress comes in the form of a $600 grant, one of four awarded by the Association of Vermont Conservation …  Read more

Courts get patched up

Milton’s tennis courts have been closed the last few weeks, but when they reopen, athletes will find a brand new playing surface. A crew from Vermont Tennis Court Surfacing resurfaced the court, which had formed significant cracks, Recreation Coordinator Kym …  Read more

On the run

Milton Police Detective Cpl. Paul Locke, newly-hired Officer Nicholas Hendry and Town Manager Brian Palaia participated in the 2014 Law Enforcement Torch Run for the Vermont Special Olympics last Friday. The trio grabbed the torch from Franklin County officers near …  Read more

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