This article is by Mike Faher of the Brattleboro Reformer, in which it was first published June 11, 2014. TOWNSHEND — Roger Allbee’s run for state Senate is all about experience, he says. That’s not to say he has experience as a legislator. Rather, Allbee believes his leadership positions — he is chief executive officer […]
After extended negotiations in Montpelier, the town’s property owners now know when their valuable tax break will expire.
If the bill had passed, the Public Service Board would not have been able to waive town zoning and screening bylaws in decisions about whether to approve energy generation projects through the Section 248 review process.
It’s time to figure out that if what we have been doing to reform the health care system hasn’t been working, we need to try something else … but that’s not what’s happening in Montpelier.