Government

National Public Works Week Proclamation

Tad Stephanak
April 29, 2022

National Public Works Week is approaching on May 15th through May 21st. For the upcoming occasion DPW Director John Sanchez was before the Select Board to thank Burlington residents for […]

Town Meeting Going Hybrid Again

Tad Stephanak
April 27, 2022

Town Meeting Moderator Bill Beyer and Town Clerk Amy Warfeild were before the Select Board requesting that the forthcoming May 9th Town Meeting be hybrid. Beyer addressed the board. “It’s […]

An Act Driving Climate Policy Forward

BCAT News
April 22, 2022

Amid alarming reports by the Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change, Senator Cindy F. Friedman joined her colleagues in the Massachusetts Senate recently to pass, An Act Driving Climate Policy [...]

Patriots Day Closings

BCAT News
April 15, 2022

Patriot’s Day is Monday, April 18th, and town offices will be closed in observation of the holiday. All Burlington town offices, including Town Hall, the Town Hall Annex, Human Services […]

Burlington Board Reorganization

BCAT News
April 13, 2022

As always following a Town Election, town boards, committees and commissions are reorganized. The Select Board saw changes in the stepping down of 12 year Select Board member Bob Hogan. […]

Sawmill Brook Trail Walk

BCAT News
April 11, 2022

Are you looking to get some exercise and get out into nature this spring? The Burlington Conservation invites one and all for a trail walk at the Sawmill Brook Conservation […]

Summer 2022 State House Internships

BCAT News
April 5, 2022

Representative Ken Gordon is accepting applications for college level internships in his office during Summer 2022. Internships at the State House are unpaid. Any college student is welcome to [...]

2023 Town Budget Midpoint Update

BCAT News
March 31, 2022

The Ways and Means Committees have been busy as the Town of Burlington approaches the midway point of its fiscal 2023 budget building. The Ways and Mean Committee consists of […]