The grant is part of the Biden administration’s effort to strengthen the local food supply chain.
The plows were named just before the winter season as part of the Agency of Transportation’s second annual “Name a Plow” Program.
After a chaotic week, Chelsea residents and officials agreed to get back on track with a plan to elect new Selectboard members. The town road foreman, whose disagreements with the board were at the center of the controversy, is said to have returned to duty.
Simmering disagreements between board members and 29-year road commissioner Rick Ackerman boiled over this week, with resignations on both sides and a public meeting devolving into a “shouting match.”
Wild game processors point to changes in hunting regulations for the spike, but state officials are skeptical.
Seth Jensen, deputy director of the Lamoille County Planning Commission, said this project is solely focused on deterring big trucks from using the Notch road, rather than adjusting the roadway to allow them to get through.
Say goodbye to the zipper merge.
The nonprofit aims to provide resources for holding town hall events nationwide, where veterans have the time to speak to their communities about what it was like to serve.
Only 163 of the 250 big plow trucks at the Vermont Agency of Transportation were named last year in a competition involving Vermont schoolchildren. This November, the agency is asking kids to come up with 87 more great names.
As Vermont public schools cut back on driver education, families are switching to private programs. But young would-be drivers who cannot afford to do that are waiting longer than usual to get their licenses.