BURLINGTON — Voters in Burlington have approved a $9 million fiscal stability bond as the city faces rising costs.
Mayor Miro Weinberger told Vermont Public Radio he and his staff worked hard to convince voters that supporting the bond was the right move for the city.
With the public’s authorization, the city will sell the bond on the market in the next three months.MORE IN Vermont News
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