Burlington [Hartford County] was incorporated from Bristol in May, 1806 and named (as Burlington, Vermont), probably from the Third Earl of Burlington. Formerly "West Woods" or "West Britain."
Area, 30.4 sq. miles. Population, est., 7,892. Voting districts, 1.
Seeks to preserve important natural features that help define and distinguish Burlington, including forests, wetland, farmlands, ridgelines and land having unusual ecological features.
Organization that plans, develops and conducts programs to promote the library and premises as a center for civic and cultural activities.
Services, programs, news, local links and searchable catalog.
Devoted to carousels and offering auctions, gift shop, ezine, and e-cards.
455-acre area in Burlington, Connecticut which focuses on conservation education through programs, demonstrations and workshops pertaining to wildlife and natural resource management.
Municipal information, including government, services, boards and commissions, departments, voting and education.
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