Welcome to Middlebury Community Television

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Welcome to MCTV

Welcome to Middlebury Community Television. To the right, you'll see a short video sent in by Chris Zeoli, featuring a horse and buggy ride around town. If you have short videos you'd like to see on our website, send us a link: mctvbb (at) gmail.com.

To find the video you're looking for, either scroll back in time at the bottom of the page, or enter a search term (like ID#4) or a guest or host's name in the search box below.

Horse & Buggy Ride Around Middlebury

Middlebury Five-0: Jamie McCallum

A riveting glimpse into the realm of academic sociology: Jamie McCallum, a
professor at Middlebury College, presents his vision of the discipline, and
describes his path to the field through civic engagement and his passion
for the labor movement and social justice. A rich and lively conversation
that touches upon topics of community, politics and empowerment.

The Unethical? Journalist

Journalists are sometimes obligated by their role in a democratic society to cause harm to others in order to provide important news. This lecture by Keene State College professor Mark Timney draws on his teaching interests, as well as his background in television news,
in considering a journalistic professional morality that supersedes a standard public morality, examining how these two standards of morality affect the public’s view of journalists. Sponsored by the Addison County Retired Teachers Association.

Climate Change

Selectboard 9/09/14

Town of Middlebury
Selectboard Meeting
Tuesday, September 9, 2014
Large Conference Room
Town Offices - 94 Main Street

6:15 - 6:40 p.m.

The Middlebury Selectboard will hold a site visit to determine whether the public good requires the alteration of a portion of Town Highway #46, also known as Water Street.



1. Call to Order
2. *Approval of Minutes of August 26, 2014 Regular Meeting
3. *Approval of Agenda
4. Citizen Comments [Opportunity to raise or address issues that are not otherwise included on this agenda]
5. *Public hearing to determine whether the public good requires the alteration of a portion of Town Highway #46, also known as Water Street


6. **Consider Entertainment Permit Application from The Lobby Restaurant


7. **The Future of Recycling in Middlebury, Natalie Starr of DSM Environmental will provide a brief overview of DSM's recent review of Middlebury's curbside recycling program and review recommendations for potential changes to update the program to comply with the State's new solid waste management requirements.


8. *Interview Candidates to Fill Vacancy on Selectboard & Appoint New Selectboard Member


9. **Michael Roy, President, Middlebury Regional EMS, re: Service & Operations Update


10. **Committee & Project Reports
10.a. Town Offices & Recreation Facility Building Committee of August 29, 2014: Draft Lease & Shared Use Agreement with UD #3 for Recreation Facility on Creek Road; BreadLoaf Professional Services Contracts
10.b. Public Safety Committee Meeting of August 29, 2014
10.c. Design Advisory Committee Meeting of September 2, 2014
10.d. Energy Committee Meeting of September 3, 2014
10.e. Public Works Committee Meeting of September 9, 2014
10.f. Recreation Committee Meeting of September 9, 2014
10.g. Historic Powerhouse Committee: Price Quote from Middlebury Fence Co. for Erecting Ornamental Aluminum Perimeter Fencing
10.h. Main Street & Merchants Row Railroad Overpass Bridge Replacements: Grant Agreement with State of Vermont Agency of Commerce & Community Development Downtown Program


11. *Designate Voting Delegate for the Vermont League of Cities & Towns' Annual Meeting, October 9, 2014


12. *Approval of Check Warrants
13. *Town Manager's Report
14. Board Member Concerns
15. *Executive Session
15.a. *Evaluation of Town Manager
16. **Action on Matters Discussed in Executive Session


17. *Adjourn

* Decision Item
** Possible Decision

Additional information about most Agenda items is available on the Town's website, www.townofmiddlebury.org on the Selectboard page.

Middlebury Five-0: Matt Ready

In this episode, filmed on-location in Port Townsend, WA, Hospital
Commissioner for East Jefferson County in Washington State, Matt Ready
talks about his role within the healthcare system, striving to make a more
healthy community. He recounts his compelling riches to rags tale,
sacrificing a lucrative career to serve in public office, touching upon his
broader vision of society and civic engagement.


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