CHITTENDEN BANK CELEBRATES 100 YEARS SINCE CHARTERBurlington, Vermont – One hundred years ago a group of Burlingtoniansdecided that a need existed for a new financial institution in Burlington. On December 7, 1904 Chittenden County Trust Company was established andgiven two years to gather the capital to start operations.The founders of Chittenden County Trust Company were John. J. Flynn,Edward J. Booth, J.H. Macomber, E.F. Gebhardt, W.B. McKillup, E.P.Woodbury, A.O. Humphrey, J.S. Patrick and R.A. Cooke. On March 30, 1906,these individuals organized what is today Chittenden with only $50,000capital.”Chittenden has been a part of the Vermont community since 1904. Onehundred years later, we remain a significant part because of our employeesand our interest in the communities and the customers we serve” saysKathleen Schirling, Director of Marketing with Chittenden Bank.”Chittenden has grown significantly since our start in 1906, but as I lookback at our history through the years, I find one thing that has notchanged–our people! They distinguish themselves by dedicated andexceptional performance across the entire organization. Theyenthusiastically participate in planning and implementing. Thecreativity, dedication and teamwork of our Chittenden family is the reasonfor our past progress and is the foundation of our future growth. Ourpeople have a commitment to change, but we also have a dedication to thosetraditional values, which have always been at the core of Chittenden,”says Schirling.Chittenden is a full-service, Vermont-headquartered and managed bankproviding a wide range of financial services and products to individualsand businesses. As the largest Vermont-based bank in the state, Chittendenoffers over 50 locations. To find out more about Chittenden, visit ourwebsite at www.chittenden.com(link is external) or call your local branch.
The Road Safety Authority has confirmed they have commenced the recruitment of new driving testers in Co. Donegal.At least one believed to be based in Letterkenny.The announcement was made by the RSA in response to a motion moved by Cllr Adrian Glackin in Letterkenny Municipal District. Speaking after receiving the correspondence, Cllr Glackin said he was delighted by the move.“This is very welcome news, particularly for the Letterkenny area where I have been contacted regularly by people who are frustrated with excessive delays in sitting their driving test.“These delays have been adversely impacting people’s ability to gain employment and go to college, not to mention the costs associated with additional lessons.“In a vast county like Donegal, with limited public transport, access to a car is not a luxury but an essential part of life. “I have been working on this issue for quite some time and I moved a motion to this effect at the Letterkenny Municipal District Committee to gain support for this demand.“I am happy that the RSA have recognised the importance of these concerns and have moved to recruit more testers. I am also hopeful that they will be based in Letterkenny where current waiting lists are far, far too long.Cllr Glackin concluded by stating that he understood the new staff would be in place by autumn.Relief as new driving testers recruited for Donegal was last modified: August 2nd, 2018 by StephenShare this:Click to share on Facebook (Opens in new window)Click to share on Twitter (Opens in new window)Click to share on LinkedIn (Opens in new window)Click to share on Reddit (Opens in new window)Click to share on Pocket (Opens in new window)Click to share on Telegram (Opens in new window)Click to share on WhatsApp (Opens in new window)Click to share on Skype (Opens in new window)Click to print (Opens in new window) Tags:cllr adrian glackindonegaldrivinglearner driverstesters