Rabbi Berl Fink could have settled the case for a $300 fine or a referral to a court diversion program. His family’s treatment during a traffic stop made headlines.
Christopher Sullivan has filed a civil court action in addition to his appeal already pending before the Vermont Supreme Court. He was convicted of drunken driving in a hit-and-run.
The businesses received full payment, but not all survived the wait. “They were the victims, along with the investors, and many other people,” said one regulator.
Superintendent Mary Moran, who has been with the district since 1996, will work through the school year.
The reduction follows a call by President Trump to cut the number of refugees admitted into the country to less than half allowed under President Obama.
Joseph Zingale says he was fired because he sought the Selectboard chair’s help in resolving an ongoing dispute with another member.
The Department of Health is seeking the removal of demolition debris it says contains asbestos. The owner has already been ordered to pay up to $1.8 million for a cleanup at another site.
“Essentially, what you have in this complaint is somebody throwing everything, including the kitchen sink, at the wall, seeing what sticks,” Attorney General TJ Donovan said.
Police say Joseph L. Mailhiot, 40, told them he had taken marijuana, a “small amount of heroin and some opiates within the last 24 hours” before the fatal crash.
In fiscal year 2017, the organization reported providing emergency shelter to 433 women, men and children, resulting in 13,141 “bed-nights,” the most in the organization’s history.
An attorney with the Vermont League of Cities and Towns told members to “be cautious” if they’re not sure whether the state’s open meeting law applies.
Anthony Bridger saw 16 burglary-related charges thrown out by the state Supreme Court, only to have the prosecutors replace them with the 33 charges he first faced in 2009.
Joseph Zingale, who worked for the town for more than three decades, said he will file a lawsuit over his termination last month.
If USCIS moves to shut down the center, the state will appeal the decision, says Michael Pieciak, the commissioner of the Vermont Department of Financial Regulation.