Wednesday, March 6, 4 p.m. —KILLINGTON— Join Vermont’s outdoor recreation industry at a Vermont Outdoor Business Alliance (VOBA) Roundtable on Wednesday, March 6 from 4-7 p.m. at the Killington Grand Resort Hotel in the Northstar II room. The event is free and open to the public….
By Alan J. Keays/ VTDigger
A Vermont man is among the more than 100 people facing solicitation of prostitution charges stemming from an investigation in Florida that made headlines after reports that New England Patriots football team owner Robert Kraft had been charged.
Killington hosts Stay to Stay potential new residents
By Katy Savage
KILLINGTON—Robin Parks has been thinking of moving to Vermont for over a year.
The single 46-year-old from Idaho likes the politics, the air and the outdoors.
There’s only one problem.
“It’s expensive to live…
Pittsford voters approved a $970,000 bond request to make public water system sewer improvements.
The vote was approved 240-165 on Tuesday and the expense will include new sewer mains, a pump station and other improvements.
Several seats are still vacant after Town Meeting. No one ran…
Wallingford voters agreed to appoint a constable instead of electing one in the future.
The article passsed 227-144 on Tuesday.
Bruce Duchesne defeated Mark Tessier for a three-year select board seat 185– 158.
John McLallen defeated Bill Brooks for a two-year select board seat 190-180.
Tim Guiles defeated Dennis Reisenweaver for an open three-year select board seat in Brandon on Tuesday.
Guiles won in an Australian ballot vote 400-242.
Voters re-elected incumbents Brian Coolidge and chair Seth Hopkins to one year terms on the elect board.
All articles also passed…
Timothy Hammond defeated incumbent Nicole McPhee 474-375 for a two-year school board seat in Rutland town.
Rutland voters approved all special articles, including a $235,000 bond to improve elementary school safety on Town Meeting Day.
The bond passed 526-322.
Voters also approved a $7.9 million school budget…
Bridgewater has a new Select Board member.
Voters elected Brian Bontrager over Bruce Page in a 91-34 floor vote on Tuesday.
Bontrager, a former school board and planning commission member, was elected to Mary Oldenburg’s seat, after Oldenburg resigned following 17 years of service.
Incumbent select board member John Doten, Jr. defeated challenger Eden Marceau-Piconi 436-310 on Tuesday.
Woodstock voters unanimously approved the $3.9 million budget from a floor vote on Saturday March, 2. The budget will raise the tax rate approximately 1.6 cents per $100 assessed value, or…