Ed Read was appointed to the seat formerly held by Adam Greshin, who has taken a post in the administration. Like Greshin, Read is an independent.
Her appointment was questioned over paperwork, and a former member of the regulatory board never got a vote. The Senate president hinted the process may change.
Betty Rambur served from 2013 until Jan. 15, but the Senate never confirmed her appointment, says the chamber’s secretary. A current interim member’s status has been questioned too.
Gov. Phil Scott on Monday appointed the head of a new agency that deals with digital services. John Quinn was named secretary of digital services and chief information officer. Quinn will lead the newly formed Agency of Digital Services, created as part of Scott’s effort to modernize state government. The agency replaced the Department of […]
She’s Emily Boedecker, most recently of the nonprofit group Local Motion. The governor also filled a job that remained open at the Public Service Department.
She will continue in the post she has held since being appointed by Gov. Peter Shumlin in 2014.
The governor-elect is keeping two more officials from the Shumlin administration, including Fish and Wildlife Commissioner Louis Porter.
The incoming governor will keep on several members of Shumlin’s administration.
Gov.-elect Phil Scott is bringing some officials back to agencies where they have served before. He reached into the private sector for oversight of Vermont Health Connect.
The governor-elect says he will hold the loan, and he dismissed questions about whether that creates a potential conflict of interest. Scott also discussed his approach to a Trump presidency and his progress on the budget Monday.
The governor-elect tapped the head of the Green Mountain Care Board to lead the state’s largest agency. Susanne Young, former counsel for Jim Douglas, will be secretary of the agency of administration.
Dr. Harry Chen will not seek to be reappointed as commissioner of the Vermont Department of Health. Chen told his staff in an email Tuesday that he decided over the Thanksgiving holiday not to apply to continue under Gov.-elect Phil Scott’s new administration. “In the short run, I will finish out my appointed term through […]
Outgoing Gov. Peter Shumlin picked her to fill an open seat on the regulatory panel. She has been his director of health care reform since 2011.