Bennington’s would be the first tax-increment financing district south of U.S. Route 4, and the state’s first since 2013.
The commerce agency is accepting bids for the magazine through Nov. 17.
City officials said they were motivated, in part, by residents calling for greater transparency in the sale process.
The talk, sponsored by The Lightning Jar, Bennington’s collaborative co-working space, is at the Bennington Museum.
The Brattleboro project ran into major delays, but officials are praising the end result. The bridge’s design was a collaborative effort with community members.
Christopher Louras is now working for the American Federation of State, County and Municipal Employees.
As the Vermont EB-5 Regional Center is threatened with closure, officials at the Dover resort hope to solicit foreign investments before the end of the year through their own program.
In this week’s podcast, Tax Commissioner Kaj Samsom responds to readers’ questions about the state’s push to collect sales tax for online and out-of-state purchases.
The awards were among $2.7 million in downtown and village center tax incentives toward rehabilitation of 22 properties across Vermont.
Former lawyers for Jay Peak owner Ariel Quiros are trying to collect $3 million in unpaid legal fees, but his current lawyer and the court-appointed receiver overseeing Quiros’ frozen assets are saying not so fast.
More than 600 artists are exhibiting in 100 locations from the Waterfront in the north to Industrial Parkway in the south.
The president of the Downtown Brattleboro Alliance board said she was shocked by the words on a sign from a panhandler she had earlier seen smoking marijuana with other men downtown.
The question was raised of whether in the future the department might have trouble finding enough volunteers and then need paid personnel.
Developer Eric Farrell and Champlain Housing Trust reached a deal for the housing at Cambrian Rise, a new neighborhood planned at the site.