Opinion

Opinion
October 22, 2014

Support Gage for House

Dear Editor,

As a real estate broker in the area, I am concerned about the soft market we have struggled with throughout the state, outside of Chittenden County. It is my belief that issues relating to real estate values are rooted in job…

Opinion
October 22, 2014

Appreciation for community support

Dear Editor,

I have Huntington’s. It is a neurologic disorder that attacks my brain. I was just informed of this while going to nursing school. My mother had Huntington’s and when school started to become stressful I would notice symptoms arise. The neurologist…

Opinion
October 22, 2014

Gallivan: On my voting record

Dear Editor, Francis Legayada, and voters,

I would like to take this opportunity to directly respond to the content of your letter to the editor last week. You report that I “kowtowed” to party leadership voting to raise your taxes multiple times. In…

Opinion
October 22, 2014

Send Sherri Durgin Campbell to Montpelier

Dear Editor,

As the only woman candidate running for state representative from Rutland City, I am writing in support of electing and sending Sherri Durgin Campbell to Montpelier to represent the interests of the Rutland community. Sherri Durgin Campbell knows well the plight…

Opinion
October 22, 2014

Tate committed to solving problems of government spending

Dear Editor,

After a visit with Job Tate, candidate for Vt. House of Reps (Mendon, Chittenden, Killington, Bridgewater) I am convinced that he would serve the district very well.

Tate has an infant son and is very concerned about the things this young…

Opinion
October 22, 2014

Seniors, Medicare and single payer

Dear Editor,

An interesting kerfuffle popped up in the comment section of VermontDigger.com’s recent article, “Feliciano claims Shumlin wants to take over Medicare” (see reprinted article, this issue). First, some thought the way the headline was phrased cast doubt on the “claim.” However,…

Opinion
October 15, 2014

Governor prepares for 2016 cuts to state services

By Paul Cillo

A month after announcing a two percent cut to the current year’s budget, the Shumlin administration is signaling its intention to make additional cuts of as much as five percent and possibly more next year (fiscal 2016). For an already anemic state…

Opinion
October 15, 2014

Job Tate will represent our district’s true concerns

Dear Editor:

My wife, Monica, and I are parents to three beautiful young sons and we both agreed there would be no better place to raise them than in Vermont. So in 2011 we bought our first home in Killington. At the time we knew…

  • Community Q&A with Mike Solimano
  • Community Q&A with Mike Solimano
Featured
October 15, 2014

Community Q&A with Mike Solimano

Editor’s note: The Mountain Times receives many questions from readers every week about Killington Resort and Pico Mountain operations. In order to best answer some of the most common questions we have posed them directly to Mike Solimano, president and general manager for Killington Resort…