An 80-page lawsuit filed this week in U.S. District Court in Burlington says the university mishandled a student’s sexual assault report against NBA player Anthony Lamb, who played at the time for the UVM men’s basketball team.
The electric car maker had asked the city government to rezone the former Hannaford site off Shelburne Road so it could build a showroom and service center there.
Thursday night’s shooting appears to be targeted, Vermont State Police said. No one was in custody as of early Friday morning.
James Mulholland, then 22, was accused of firing 11 shots at Kyle Labelle, 32, following a dispute over petting a dog.
Jessie Baker, the South Burlington city manager, said the policy would help ensure that even if shelter through local and state programs isn’t available for people who are experiencing homelessness, the city won’t “push them off to another municipality.”
At its meeting Nov. 14, the South Hero Selectboard voted unanimously to hire an attorney to oversee the process of obtaining a bond. Voters would be asked to approve borrowing up to $1.2 million on Town Meeting Day next March.
David Oleson, 38, was lodged at Northwest State Correctional Facility in St. Albans and has been charged with aggravated operation of a vehicle without the owner’s consent, leaving the scene of an accident that results in injury, and possessing stolen property.
The Franklin County state’s attorney also plans to issue a Brady letter against John Grismore, which could complicate things for the county’s top law enforcement official.
“We will miss his voice and contributions in the State House,” Gov. Phil Scott said.
In a letter Steven Tendo received Tuesday, a top U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement official wrote that Tendo can remain in the U.S. until at least Nov. 12, 2023.