The Vorstevelds are facing a potential million-dollar environmental fine and court appearance after more than two dozen neighbors complained about the clearing of 2,000 trees and brush from the family’s own property.
A public panel discussion held in Burlington City Hall’s Contois Auditorium on Tuesday focused on health care costs in Vermont and aired fears about the repeal of Obamacare on Capitol Hill.
Ali Dieng’s first chance to keep his promise comes on Monday as City Council will vote on a proposal to change North Avenue from four lanes to two to make room for bicyclists.
As a WDEV radio listener showed on Thursday, Efficiency Vermont’s Karen Glitman may get a mixed reception in her new role depending on whether Vermonters view her as an efficiency director or a tax collector.
Two of Vermont’s top Republican leaders joined the party faithful at an ice cream social in Ferrisburgh on Wednesday, marking the kickoff of the 2018 election campaign for the GOP in Addison County.
Responding to criticism that mortgage loans for Vermont’s affordable housing program will likely never be repaid, the head of the the Vermont Housing Finance Agency says the program doesn’t depend on repayment, and is nonetheless financially sound.
“As I am doing my sign waves during the campaign, cars are stopped and backed up. Even the emission effect of this traffic isn’t good.”
Rutland Mayor David Allaire is working to rebuild the city’s image around transparency and economic growth after winning an election widely regarded as a referendum on refugee resettlement.