Jaimesen Heins, (Temporarily stepped down to serve on Selectboard)
Jaime was appointed to the Planning Commission in 2013. A recent Shelburne resident, Jaime has lived in Vermont with his family since 2005 and is proud to call Shelburne home. Jaime brings over 15 years of legal and business experience to the Planning Commission. Currently, Jaime is a Senior Director and in-house legal counsel at Keurig Green Mountain, Inc. Prior to joining Keurig Green Mountain, Jaime served as General Counsel to Burton Snowboards where he led and managed Burton’s Legal Department. Jaime also serves on the Board of Directors of the Greater Burlington Industrial Corporation (GBIC). In addition to his career, Jaime is a busy husband and father. Jaime lives with his wife, Erin, a partner at the law firm of Langrock Sperry & Wool, LLP in Burlington and also a Pierson Library Trustee. They have two young children, Brady and Samantha, and a loyal and attention-starved Black Lab named Miles.
Kate joined the Planning Commission in March 2007 after serving on the Bicycle and Pedestrian Paths Committee where she was part of a team that expanded Shelburne's bike and pedestrian network by 60%. A landscape architect, in 2003-2005 she helped the Town mitigate the aesthetic impact of the VELCO powerline upgrade, securing undergrounding of the line along a critical section of the Town's lakeshore. As a Commissioner Kate assists town officials to prioritize and set goals to implement wise and fitting land use objectives. She considers the outcomes of building on the land and how this interrelates with goals to conserve resources, manage stormwater, have a resilient local economy, and enhance liveability. She is leading the redevelopment of the Rt. 7 north mixed-use district with Form-based zoning to uncover the potential hidden in this underperforming area. A native of Washington, DC, Kate and her husband, Scott Giles, and their three children have lived in Shelburne since 2003. She and Scott enjoy cycling, sailing and entertaining their chocolate Labrador, Theo.
Ann L. Hogan
Ann joined the Planning Commission in March 2013 after becoming interested in the revision of the Comprehensive Town Plan. Born and educated in Boston, and happily transplanted to Vermont in 1987, Ann has work experience in commercial lending, teaching, television, writing and editing. She loves the opportunity to sail and play tennis. Ann’s civic involvement began with co-founding Senior Community Luncheons at Shelburne’s Trinity Church. She enjoyed helping organize the Cruise into History for the Town’s 250th Anniversary. Current interests include economic development, starting with making an inventory of the businesses and non-profits in Shelburne, and attempting to find out what kind of help and support they need, if any. Ann lives on Wild Rose Circle with her husband Bill.
Ann L. Hogan
Mark joined the Planning Commission in 2014, after serving on the Development Review Board. Previously, he represented Shelburne on the Chittenden Solid Waste District Board of Commissioners. For the past several years Mark has mentored teenagers with difficult life situations through
Spectrum Youth Services in Burlington. He is a commercial real estate appraiser with Allen & Brooks, Inc. and serves on the board of directors for the Vermont Chapter of the Appraisal Institute, a national professional organization. Mark, his wife Kathy, and children, John and Emily, have lived in Shelburne since the early 1990's. John and Emily attended Shelburne
Community School and Champlain Valley Union High School. Mark enjoys being outdoors as much as possible, especially skiing and boating on Lake Champlain.
Dick has served on the Zoning Board for more than 6 years, from the original Wake Robin proposal. He has served on the Sewer Commission for 2 years, the Design Review Board for 3 years, as an alternate on the Design Review Board for 6 years. Dick also served on the Planning Commission for 9 years, two of those years as the Chair. Presently he is a Real Estate Broker, retired military (mostly reserve), and a he has been a resident of Shelburne for over 60 years.