This would mean a jump from 287 to 373 spaces, all of which would be included in the resort’s policy of requiring its non-carpooling skiers and riders to pay for parking on weekends and holidays.
Flood donations have been scattered across at least 100 Vermont groups, enabling locals to work closely with people in need on the ground. But some say the process has also led to disparities between well-off communities and less privileged ones.
While one merchant described having some concerning interactions with people on and around Church Street, he said it generally isn’t true that these issues have made downtown a less safe place to shop and dine.
‘Heroes of resiliency’: Shut out from federal funding, an immigrant-owned Montpelier restaurant struggles to return after the floods
While he has received some local monies, the owner of KSherpa Dinner House does not qualify for federal disaster funds because of his citizenship status, putting him at a significant disadvantage as he works to bring his business back online.