Tag Archives: Finances

Letter
December 28, 2016

Separating the golf finances

Dear Editor,

First it’s out, then it’s in, now it’s out again. According to one Select Board member a calendar year report would be better. Who cares!! Manage the golf course using comparative data. Make sure the data is accurate and current. Ask some smart…

Letter
August 10, 2016

A Killington riddle

Dear Editor, This riddle is about our town finances. Article  3 from the March 2015 Town Meeting stated: “Shall the voters approve total general fund expenditures for the 18-month budget beginning January 1, 2015 through June 30, 2016 of $6,282,554 of which $243,550 shall be…

Letter
May 11, 2016

Back to Vt. roots, fiscal prudence

Dear Editor, Another legislative biennium has ended and Vermont has begun to enter the doorway of an historic transition in state government. Next January we will have a new Governor, Lt. Governor, Speaker of the House and President Pro Tem of the Senate — and…

State News
April 1, 2015

House passes budget, tax bills

By Elizabeth Hewitt, VTDigger.org

After spending 10 weeks erasing an massive budget deficit, the House gave final approval to two bills that will constitute the backbone of Vermont’s finances in the coming fiscal year.

House lawmakers rejected a flurry of last-minute amendments before passing the…