“We’ve started interviews,” said Selectboard and hiring committee member Aaron Kimball. “We’re narrowing down the candidates we want to recommend to the Selectboard, which we hope will happen in the next few weeks.”
The agreement rescinds Chief James W. Warden’s brief unexplained suspension last month and says he’s retiring for health reasons.
An item on the Selectboard agenda for Tuesday calls for an executive session to discuss a “possible separation agreement” with a town employee.
“We had a list of questions going into the meeting with (state police). Some of them got answered, but we still have questions,” said Kim Davis, mother of the late Pamela Price.
Pamela E. Price, 24, died July 4 from a gunshot wound at her home in St. George. State police say they’ve completed their probe into what happened and will release information soon.
Kibabu, 17, from the Democratic Republic of Congo, drowned in Lake Champlain Monday afternoon as he and friends were trying to reach oil platforms nearly 200 feet from the beach.
The bookstore has been in Essex for 10 years. With a strong presence there and in surrounding towns, the business is staying close to its roots.
The officer resigned nearly a year after he and another officer responded to a domestic violence call at a couple’s home.
Western Vermont’s major north-south corridor is seeing extensive roadwork in Ferrisburgh and Charlotte. Many residents and business owners welcome the changes, while others see issues.
The spending plan is a 4.89 increase over this year’s current budget. Education property taxes will decrease 1.2 percent.
Officials say the thriving illegal trade in such items means schools and museums need to guard against theft. The university is offering a reward for information.
A group of citizens who support retaining the name circulated a petition, garnering 700 signatures, asking the board to hold a vote on the controversial nickname.
Officials say the youth, a refugee, would need a green card and other documentation to go on the annual class trip to Montreal.
Vicki Garrison, organizer of the event, told the crowd “even people who are causing a lot of pain in the community deserve our forgiveness.”