A median homeowner in the town of Essex could expect a $340 increase in their property tax bill next fiscal year, according to Daniel Roy, the town’s financial director.
“The allegations against me are false and I have no intention of resigning,” Police Chief John Helfant said in an email to VTDigger.
“As a housing justice advocate and activist who has worked with some fantastic people in Winooski getting this onto the ballot, it’s obviously incredibly galling and very frustrating,” an organizer with Rights & Democracy said.
“I will be completely focused on doing everything I can around this,” Balint said.
“While we are aggressively hiring across Vermont, with the unemployment rate in the state currently at 2.5%, we’re not seeing the numbers we’d like to at our hiring events,” said Steve Doherty, a regional postal official.
A longtime activist and lawyer, Danon, 68, succumbed to a recurrence of endometrial cancer last Friday morning surrounded by those closest to her.
“I would like to pursue charges but need the help of (Vermont State Police) to do that in an efficient and consistent manner,” Chittenden County State's Attorney Sarah George said.
Burlington wants to demolish its PCB-infested high school and have the chemical manufacturer pay for demolition and construction of a new high school. The company wants to delay demolition to preserve evidence.
Michelle Lucas, 45, is one of Chittenden County’s many unhoused residents who are moving into Zephyr Place, a former 99-room hotel in Williston that Champlain Housing Trust acquired and converted into 72 units of affordable housing.
Original plans called for eight municipalities to join, but Colchester’s departure brings the number of participating communities down to four.