Brattleboro Common Sense has a petition out for those interesting in forcing a town-wide vote on the budget recently passed by the Brattleboro Selectboard:
250 Signatures (or 50 Town Reps)
Needed by This Friday, June 26
Wondering how many people are visiting iBrattleboro.com? Let’s look at some recent stats.
May 2020 had 33,760 unique visitors, with 60,030 visits to 458,918 pages. (This does not include traffic generated by robots, worms, or crawlers.)
Unique visitors for Jan were just above 27k, Feb had 32.5k, March had just over 31k, and Apr was 22.5k.
NOTICE OF MEETING
The Windham Southeast School District Programmatic and Performance Equity Committee will meet remotely at 5:00 p.m. on Wednesday, June 24, 2020 via Zoom:
There are moments in your life and in history that one never can forget. They change the course of your life, of the planet’s history. We are living in such days right now in June of 2020. For me ,as I was watching my carrots grow in Walden, Vermont, a wake up call came to my life on June 22nd 1984. The State of Vermont conducted an early morning raid on a peaceful community of Bible believers. The search and detention order had no names of the children to be seized, no names of accusers and the clear charges that they were making on that day against those parents. When Judge Frank Mahady saw all those parents and children in Orleans County Court, Newport, Vermont that day he is quoted as saying,”In all my years as a family and child judge I have not seen such a close bond between parents and children as I do today! There is something deeply wrong with how these people and the way they choose to live their faith is being viewed by the State of Vermont”.
BCTV Channel 8 / 1075 schedule for the week of 6/22/20
Monday, June 22, 2020
4:05 am Brattleboro Literary Festival – Literary Cocktail Hour with Chard deNiord and Novelist, Vincent Panella
5:00 am Protest for the Life of George Floyd – Battery Park, Burlington 5/30/20
7:00 am Vermont Dairy Producers Alliance E-Meeting – Welch, Leahy, Sanders
8:00 am Democracy Now! – Democracy Now! Daily Broadcast
9:00 am Heartline Ministries – Jesus Came to Bring Peace
Celebrate Life: Viva La Vida by Namaya Art Rat Peace
To all the loving men in my life, who have inspired and nurtured me. Thank you all. Happy Men’s Day. #MensDay. from my book “Celebrate Life: Viva La Vida”
“Naches: The Pride One has in their Children”
Brattleboro Senior Meals Menu June 22 to June 26
IMPORTANT INFORMATION AT THE BOTTOM OF THE MENU
June 22 Manacotti
This document presented to the Brattleboro Selectboard by the Civilian Police Review Board Steering Committee in April 2004 is part of a long process to create a CPB in Brattleboro, Vt. Information on CPB is drawn from www.nacole.org, and leading researchers on the issues of CPB.
Brattleboro Civilian Police Review Board Proposal
Presented by the
Steering Committee for the Brattleboro Civilian Police Review Board
The Brattleboro VFW at 40 Black Mountain Road is open to the public. Our hours are Mon-Fri from 11am-7pm. Sat & Sun from 1pm-7pm. We will be serving lunches Mon-Fri from 11:30 am – 1:30 pm, with doors opening at 11 am. There will be slight price increases at this time, with prices subject to change. Our lunch specials will now be $7. Lunches will be served on our hall side due to social distancing restrictions. Entrance will be through the glass doors, and the public is welcome. Per town ordinance, masks must be worn while walking around the hall, but not while seated at your table.
NOTICE OF MEETING
The Windham Southeast School District Personnel Committee will meet remotely at 4:45 p.m. on Tuesday, June 23, 2020 Via Zoom:
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Montpelier, Vt. – As state data and expanded testing and tracing capacity continue to support reopening, Governor Phil Scott today announced the state will raise occupancy limits for event venues, arts, culture and entertainment venues, as well as restaurants.
Beginning June 26, these venues can expand capacity for events and dining to 50% of approved occupancy size or one person per 100 square feet of customer facing space. This change will allow for indoor events of up to 75 people and outdoor organized events of up to 150.
It’s summer. It’s Brattleboro. Time to list the little things that grab your attention and share them with others.
Parklets are being set-up for some restaurants in town to serve outdoors. Cement barriers have been dropped in parking spaces to mark boundaries.