Through a proposed plan to become a “self-managed utility,” Vermont’s largest private-sector employer could become exempt from Vermont’s Global Warming Solutions Act.
Village residents may vote on the separation question by mail or in person at Essex High School on Nov. 2.
For some, the joy is rooted in seeing friends they’ve been running into at the fair for decades. For others, it’s just being able to attend an event and do something different.
School data delays make it harder to track where cases are happening.
The state health department’s tally does not include scattered cases in facilities that have not reported outbreaks.
The village started looking into separation from Essex town after a vote to merge failed twice last spring.
With lifted restrictions, the post-pandemic world looks closer. How did we change?
Tuesday’s results affirm the original Town Meeting Day vote, barring a recount.
Delayed by the pandemic, one-fifth of the state’s municipalities will decide local leaders, spending and special articles this April, May, June and, in at least one case, July.
Though it passed in the village of Essex Junction last fall, the town of Essex voted 3,751 to 3,734 to reject the merger proposal spearheaded by the town selectboard.
Tuesday’s vote could finally settle the merger question involving the town of Essex and the village of Essex Junction. The division largely comes down to where people live.
Police allege the group stole items from numerous vehicles, and credit cooperation with other agencies for cracking the case
Once it was safe to examine the interior of the carport, authorities found that 24 vehicles had been damaged, and several destroyed. An adjacent condominium building had heat damage and broken windows.
If the Legislature approves the charter change, representation on the board will be evenly divided between the village and the town.