This case takes us back a decade to a town’s decision to convert a Class 4 road into a trail.
Editor’s note: This article is by Tim McQuiston of Vermont Business Magazine, in which it was first published Feb. 26, 2014. Wednesday was expected to be the day that IBM would cut workers, according to several local employees and national reports. But it appears that layoffs have been put off at least for now. Local […]
Feb. 10, 2014: Vermont House Committee on Corrections and Institutions members discuss the FY14 capital construction budget adjustment bill, moratorium on school construction bonds, plans for the State Hospital, incoming bills dealing with mental health issues, corrections crowding and opiate epidemic. Rep. Linda Myers (Essex/Vice Chair, Terry McCaig (Williston), and Joan Lenes (Shelburne/ Clerk) join […]
Lauren Glenn-Davitian, executive director of CCTV’s Center for Media and Democracy, interviewed Rep. Chris Pearson, P-Burlington, on Feb. 3, 2014. Representative Chris Pearson (Burlington), member of the VT House Committee on Health Care provides an overview of current health care discussions, prospects for financing proposed Vermont’s Universal Health Care system, use of Results-Based Accountability in […]