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Exit interview: Burlington Mayor Miro Weinberger on 12 years at the helm of the Queen City

Outgoing Burlington Mayor Miro Weinberger speaks during an interview in his City Hall office on Wednesday, March 27. Photo by Glenn Russell/VTDigger Outgoing Burlington Mayor Miro Weinberger speaks during an interview in his City Hall office on Wednesday, March 27. Photo by Glenn Russell/VTDigger Outgoing Burlington Mayor Miro Weinberger speaks during an interview in his […]

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Mayor Weinberger and mayor-elect Mulvaney-Stanak raise new trans flag for the Queen City

Burlington Mayor Miro Weinberger was joined by mayor-elect Emma Mulvaney-Stanak in recognizing trans visibility day on Friday.Dozens of community members gathered in front of city hall to celebrate the raising of Burlington’s new trans flag, which resembles the design of the city’s original flag and was sewn by a community member.Weinberger and Mulvaney-Stanak both praised […]

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Emma Mulvaney-Stanak secures Progressive nomination for Burlington mayor

Progressive nominee for Burlington mayor Emma Mulvaney-Stanak speaks at the party caucus in Burlington on Monday. Patrick Crowley/VTDigger Emma Mulvaney-Stanak officially became the Progressive Party’s candidate for Burlington mayor Wednesday evening.  Mulvaney-Stanak, a state representative and former city councilor, was the only mayoral candidate seeking the Progressive nomination, but the party’s window for voting continued […]

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Mayor Weinberger to announce plan for Net Zero Burlington

BURLINGTON, Vt. (WCAX) -Burlington’s mayor is hosting a meeting to talk about what he called “ambitious” new climate policies. The goal is to help the city reach its Net Zero Energy goal by this year. Net Zero Energy means balancing the greenhouse gases put into the atmosphere with those taken out. Several organizations plan to […]

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Burlington City Council approves appointment of two city officials | #citycouncil

The city of Burlington unanimously appointed two city officials Monday, including one position that has been vacant for months.  Mayor Miro Weinberger created the Racial, Equity, Inclusion and Belonging Department in 2019 after declaring racism a public health emergency in Burlington. It has since helped implement the first Juneteenth event in Burlington, among other initiatives.  […]

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