The company dismantling the former Vernon nuclear power plant expects to be finished before its 2026 target date with an estimated budget surplus of up to $25 million.
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Although the mandate applies primarily to large private-sector employers, Vermont is among 26 states who have prior agreements with the federal government that requires them to adopt and enforce all federal OSHA standards.
Sen. Kesha Ram Hinsdale, Rep. Tiff Bluemle and Rep. Gabrielle Stebbins are calling for Michael Harrington’s resignation over his handling of a supplemental unemployment benefit the federal government will not allow.
Suresh Garimella, the president of UVM, said Wednesday that the university is able to afford the move through a number of efforts — most notably, a $45 million fundraising campaign launched last fall.
“We've got six new pairs, and they're on lakes where they've never been before,” said Eric Hanson, a biologist with the Vermont Loon Conservation Project. “They're doing really, really well.”
- Gov. Phil Scott and state and local officials highlight $25 million in new state funding for remediating and redeveloping brownfields sites
- State Ethics Commission executive director stepping down
- OneCare Vermont announces Dr. Carrie Wulfman of Ripton as new Chief Medical Officer
- Sundog Poetry Book Award deadline is Sept. 30, 2021
- 2021 Vermont Arts Awards recipients announced
- Blue Cross and Blue Shield of Vermont recognized for quality
- Clemmons Family Farm ED Lydia Clemmons to receive the 2021 Con Hogan Award
- Richmond Art Crawl
- Washington Electric Co-op appoints Louis Porter as general manager
- Governor Phil Scott and the Department of Mental Health highlight distribution of $4.6 million in federal funds to enhance and expand mental health services