Tag Archives: Cristina Kumka

Local News
July 17, 2015

KPAA drops proposal to contract with the town

By Cristina Kumka

The Killington Pico Area Association has withdrawn its proposal to manage town events and the budget that funds those events.

The contract, proposed in June, would have put the responsibility for non-winter season event recruitment and sponsorship on the newly-formed Killington Pico…

News Briefs
June 17, 2015

Further background on the KPAA contract proposal

By Cristina Kumka and Polly Lynn

At the June 2 Killington Select Board meeting, the Board unanimously asked Town Manager Seth Webb and the newly formed KPAA (Killington Pico Area Association) to present them with a proposal for how the town’s marketing and special events…

BTC alumni news: Cristina Kumka runs 104 miles

BTC alumni news: Cristina Kumka runs 104 miles

On Sunday, May 31, Cristina Kumka a previous Body Transformation Challenge participant from Pittsford, ran 104 miles in 48 hour as part of the Endurance Society’s Infinitus challenge. Participants ran a figure-eight loop around Goshen, Moosalamoo and Silver Lake out with headquarters at Blueberry Hill….

BTC alumni news: Cristina Kumka runs 104 miles

On Sunday, May 31, Cristina Kumka a previous Body Transformation Challenge participant from Pittsford, ran 104 miles in 48 hour as part of the Endurance Society’s Infinitus challenge. Participants ran a figure-eight loop around Goshen, Moosalamoo and Silver Lake out with headquarters at Blueberry…

Local News
May 14, 2015

Killington moves forward with gunfire ordinance

Selectboard meeting fosters community conversation on useful but not burdensome restrictions

By Cristina Kumka and Polly Lynn

Killington will take steps toward adopting a new ordinance that restricts gunfire along certain town roads. The details, however, are still being ironed out after…

News Briefs
March 19, 2015

Judge “baffled” by Killington Chamber contract dispute

By Cristina Kumka

A Small Claims Court judge in Rutland has ruled in favor of the Killington Chamber of Commerce (KCC) following a website contracat dispute that called the Chamber’s credibility into question.

On Feb. 19 of this year, Judge Jean Coloutti…

Local News
February 26, 2015

Candidates for City Mayor differ on paths to growth

By Cristina Kumka

RUTLAND — The following information regarding the positions of Rutland mayoral candidates Incumbent Chris Louras, Dave Allaire and Kam Johnston came directly from the election season’s first mayoral debate held at the College of St. Joseph in Rutland Feb. 18.

What makes…

Shumlin has tough words for schools, public safety leaders
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January 28, 2015

Shumlin has tough words for schools, public safety leaders

By Cristina Kumka

RUTLAND – Attendees of a legislative luncheon held at the Southside Steakhouse in Rutland Monday Jan. 26 were met with harsh words from Vermont Governor Peter Shumlin on how publicly-funded education and police dispatch should be reformed.

Coming off…