Windham Southeast to present merger plan to Brattleboro residents

Editor’s note: This article by Chris Mays was first published in the Brattleboro Reformer. BRATTLEBORO — Town Meeting representatives and residents are invited to take a last look at articles of agreement for a potential merger with school districts within the Windham Southeast Supervisory Union. “This will be the final presentation of the proposed articles […]

Windham District 4 Incumbents Announce As Candidates for Re-election

News Release — Reps. David Deen and Michael Mrowicki May 24, 2016 Contacts: David Deen (D) 802-869-3116 [email protected] Michael Mrowicki (D) 802-387-8787 [email protected] Representatives David Deen (D) Westminster and Mike Mrowicki (D) Putney seek re-election to The Vermont House of Representatives for the Windham 4 District representing the people living in the towns of Westminster, […]

Putney approved school budget that includes Universal School Meals

News Release — Putney Central School Board March 2, 2016 Contact: Alice Laughlin, Putney Central School Board [email protected] The town of Putney celebrates our town’s passage of a school budget that recognizes the educational benefit of relationships between culture, local economy, health and hunger, food and our environment. A budget that is .4% higher than […]

Putney faces fines over misfiling of IRS forms

Editor’s note: This article is by Howard Weiss-Tisman, of the Brattleboro Reformer, in which it was first published June 26, 2015. PUTNEY — Putney is once again facing potential fines due to the town treasurer’s inability to meet filing deadlines with both the Internal Revenue Service and the state. Town Clerk/Treasurer Anita Coomes allegedly never […]