Hello, neighbor!

Subscribe to my e-mail list below. I will send a preview of every Bennington City Council meeting and an update afterward. Meetings are held on the second Mondays at 6:30 in the city offices next to the library.

—Shane Pekny, Bennington City Council, Ward 1

Previous Updates

September 2020(Preview) Budget approved, street priorities, 156th Street update
August 2020(Preview) 156th Street schedule, parkland purchase approved, budgeting underway
July 2020(Preview) 156th Street challenges, new parkland progress, slowing down on N. Molley
June 2020(Preview) Kempten Creek progress, 156th Street update, N. Molley Street safety
May 2020(Preview) 156th Street update, new parkland delayed, safety on N. Molley and Stark
April 2020(Preview) 156th Street, COVID-19 matters, development slowdown
March 2020(Preview) Kempten Creek, speeding concerns, and streets funding
February 2020(Preview) State of the City's Finances
January 2020(Preview) New parkland, police update, and ASIP fees
December 2019(Preview) Police hiring, Prairie Hollow, and ASIP fees
November 2019(Preview) Prairie Hollow progress, police officer interviews, and 156th Street update
October 2019(Preview) Prairie Hollow update, police chief's report, and sewer rates
September 2019(Preview) Budget approved, tax rate unchanged, and street plan
August 2019(Preview) New police chief, new housing development, and the city budget
July 2019(Preview) Community collaboration
June 2019(Preview) Sheriff agreement, fireworks, priority street projects, and more
May 2019 (Preview) Update on Bennington Police Department
April 2019 (Preview) Discussing the future of the Bennington Police Department
March 2019 (Preview) New sidewalk, police chief candidates, 156th Street, and more
February 2019 (Preview) Bid farewell to the old city office
January 2019 (Preview) Streets, roads, and how to pay for them
December 2018 (Preview) Safe Streets

Background: Bennington area circa 1950, USGS Aerial Photo Single Frames archive