It appears one contract issue remains, having to do with demands on teachers’ time during the workday. If that can’t be ironed out, a strike would start Thursday, the union says.
Juan Conde joined Rep. Peter Welch, UVM President Thomas Sullivan and fellow medical students at a news conference urging Congress to extend the protections against deportation.
The state’s offer did not do enough to ensure “there is strength in the rule of law and that all of those charged with its administration follow the rules,” the judge said.
Developer Eric Farrell and Champlain Housing Trust reached a deal for the housing at Cambrian Rise, a new neighborhood planned at the site.
The union says it won’t start hammering out next year’s contract unless the board reopens talks on the current year. That means a strike isn’t imminent, but it’s not ruled out either.
Many mistakenly believe that purchases in New Hampshire or online are tax-free, says Tax Commissioner Kaj Samsom. The letters say residents have until Oct. 31 to pay without penalty.
A similar move in 2016 nearly resulted in a strike by teachers, and could move the school system toward such an outcome this year.
City officials said they would no longer negotiate with a group hoping to redevelop the former coal plant and would consider demolishing the waterfront building.
Beth Anderson will serve as chief administrative officer during Burlington’s next budgeting cycle. The city will continue to look for a permanent replacement for Bob Rusten, who is retiring.
The local teachers union will have the option to accept the board’s terms or go on strike. Ten months of negotiations failed to yield a compromise.
The attorney general’s office would not say why it is charging Christopher Lopez with the misdemeanor of making false statements to law enforcement as opposed to perjury, a felony.
An advisory board screening offers questioned the co-op’s financing plan and management experience. The Keep Burlington Telecom Local chair said his group feels like an “underdog.”
The two-pronged approach includes new efforts to support homeless people as well as potential criminal penalties for repeated “quality of life” violations such as public drunkenness.
PC Construction will block portions of the public right of way for construction activities, including up to 34 parking spaces.