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Documents that would otherwise have been retained by state agencies as a record of government operations may not be available to the public or the administration of Gov.-elect Phil Scott.
Gov.-elect Phil Scott is expected to pick among two of Donovan’s deputies and another Chittenden County attorney to succeed the outgoing state’s attorney.
Republicans, emboldened by Republican Phil Scott’s easy victory to the office of governor, are hoping for a Myers victory.
Voters in Brattleboro, Dummerston, Guilford and Putney will decide this month whether to allow Vernon to withdraw from a regional school district, a key part of Act 46 consolidation discussions.
With the outcome of at least one Vermont House race still unclear, and another recount having taken longer than expected, officials from both parties have questioned a 2014 law that requires machines to be used in the process.
The Vermont congressman said Congress should begin investigating President-elect Trump’s financial ties across the globe.
The Washington County Republican said the outcome was unlikely to change. Gov.-elect Phil Scott said the decision “speaks to who he is: a public servant first and a politician second.”
Mike Coppinger, of the Downtown Rutland Partnership, touts his business experience. He also says Mayor Chris Louras mishandled the refugee resettlement proposal, although he believes the city can absorb 100 to 200 refugees.
BURLINGTON — City councilors are exploring increasing their compensation, currently an annual stipend of approximately $3,000. City Councilor Dave Hartnett, I-North District, introduced a resolution that called for a $2,000 increase, but he stripped the dollar amount from his proposal, saying he was mostly interested in starting a conversation. The resolution was passed at Monday […]
The Vermont GOP’s executive director has expressed frustration over inconsistency in the process. Monday he was removed from the Orange County Courthouse after challenging a clerk, say people who were there.
The panel adopted two resolutions: one welcoming Syrian refugees and the other moving the community toward formal policies often associated with so-called sanctuary cities.
Gov.-elect Phil Scott’s campaign spent less than Sue Minter’s did. His support from his party’s national governors association was higher, but she benefited from spending by other PACs.
Sarah Copeland Hanzas abandoned her bid after recognizing Mitzi Johnson had more support within the caucus. Democrats meet Saturday to make their choice.