The panel agreed to require food stamp recipients to repay excess benefits mistakenly awarded by the Vermont Department of Children and Families.
News Release — Governor’s Office April 24, 2014 MONTPELIER – With the state’s unemployment rate the second lowest in the nation, Gov. Peter Shumlin said today it’s key that Vermont’s high school and college students have access to and experience with some of the top employers, and exposure and training in the good-paying, in-demand jobs […]
Joined today by lawmakers and others who supported Vermont Olympians at the 2014 Winter Games in February, Gov. Peter Shumlin hosted five athletes in his State House Ceremonial Office and thanked all 19 Vermont Olympians for their strong performance in Sochi, Russia.
Gov. Peter Shumlin and Vermont Division of Emergency Management and Homeland Security Director Joe Flynn today asked the Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA) to conduct a damage assessment in areas of Vermont impacted by flooding from April 15-18.
Wallack weighs consulting job with Dartmouth-Hitchcock, says it won’t conflict with her work for Vermont
I and the rest of the Brattleboro Selectboard and administrative team had come to Montpelier to talk to our political leaders about municipal taxes, but all any of them wanted to talk about was the cost of education.
News Release — Governor’s Office April 21, 2014 Monday, April 21 In Montpelier, no public appearances scheduled Tuesday, April 22 9:50 a.m.: Greet Rutland County Agricultural Society, Ceremonial Office, State House 10:00 a.m.: Greet Students from Richmond School Leadership Class, Ceremonial Office, State House 11:00 a.m.: Public Signing of S.223, Pension Lending Bill, and release […]