Connect With the Buzz
Plus, our Code of Conduct for Public Commenting
One of the goals of the Buzz is to forge stronger connections, communication, and curiosity within our community. That’s why I’m thrilled anytime someone reaches out about one of my stories, or about a story idea. Do you have a story idea or a question? Is there something going on in town that you want me and the Buzz readers to be aware of? Here are the best ways to contact me.
Note: We do not accept op-ed articles at this time, but we do accept guest reporting, and we welcome writeups of events including town committee meetings and events as well as sports, plays, and other school activities; we are currently unable to compensate for this kind of reporting, but hope to be in the position to do so in the coming months
Be advised that response times will vary depending on what else is going on in the world, the news, and my life, but I do try and respond right away to most queries.
Comment on a post to:
Ask a public question about that post
Generate a conversation among community members
Reply to a post via email to:
Notify me of an error in the post
Connect directly with me for another reason with regard to the post
Use the Burlington Buzz Q&A to:
Find answers to the questions about Burlington that are keeping you up at night
Answer questions posed by your community members
Tag the Buzz in events, posts, and articles
Help build community by engaging with your fellow community members
Online Code of Conduct
This is a place where we should all feel welcomed to hear other perspectives and share our own, but hate and abusive speech are not a way to foster that kind of communication. Comments on Burlington Buzz posts on Substack or social media are public. When making a public comment, please be aware that any comment found by Burlington Buzz to contain hate speech or which is abusive to a community member will be deleted and the author contacted with a warning. If a similar occurs again, the individual will be banned from the community.