Comments ranged from eliminating commercial use on the pond altogether to banning “all motorboats.”
Mayors and other policy makers discussed the opiate crisis and the pros and cons of safe injection sites.
One would hope it is inexperience combined with a lapse of common sense that led to recent actions by three Vermont officeholders, and not arrogance or entitlement.
“We’re in constant conflict with them,” Sarah George, a state’s attorney, said of the Craftsbury Outdoor Center rowers and scullers she hopes to restrict on a pond she uses.
This week’s podcast explores a recent initiative to help high-risk individuals and looks at the effects of the rise of fentanyl.
As the SubStat group goes through cases, members share how their latest interactions with each person played out, any past experiences, and what steps might be taken to intervene.
As an appointee and political neophyte, Sarah George says she feels a need to start building name recognition and raising money now, more than a year before the primary.
The state’s attorney’s office opposes letting the ex-girlfriend visit Steven Bourgoin in jail with their child because the woman is a witness in the quintuple murder case.
“We don’t need further study to know fentanyl is dangerous,” the mayor said, urging lawmakers to act. But some see issues with the proposed fentanyl-specific statute.
“We hope you never, ever have to go through the pain we go through — ever,” said a sister of the victim, Amos Beede. The defendant offered a tearful apology.
Allison Gee, 26, will plead guilty to a reduced charge of aggravated assault in exchange for her testimony against her co-defendants, who all face second degree murder charges.
Such sites allow people to use drugs under medical supervision without fear of prosecution. Typically they are coupled with avenues to drug treatment and other social services.
Abdullah Sall says Sarah George told him he was making too many mistakes and his accent was a problem. She cites job performance and the needs of the office.
The officer quit the day before the department planned to fire him, according to Chief Brandon del Pozo, who has called for a criminal investigation.