Op - Ed, Opinion

Holding down legislative expenses

  By John McClaughry Editor’s note: John McClaughry is vice president of the Ethan Allen Institute (ethanallen.org). He has served in both the House and Senate.  One interest group fared extraordinarily well during the just-completed legislative session. That’s the interest […]

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Op - Ed, Opinion

A missed opportunity

What is the ideal structure for public safety? By Polly Mikula Monday night over 70 people attended the select board meeting (in person and online). The recent riff between Killington Search and Rescue (KSAR) and the newly hired Chief of […]

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Op - Ed, Opinion

Pull the plug on Telephone Gap

By Jim Furnish and Zack Porter Editor’s note: Jim Furnish served as the U.S. forest service deputy chief from 1999 to 2002. Zack Porter is co-founder and executive director of Standing Trees, a nonprofit working to protect and restore New […]

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Op - Ed, Opinion

VSU’s library decision: many unforced errors

By Liz DiMarco Weinmann Editor’s note: Liz DiMarco Weinmann, MBA, is principal and owner of Liz DiMarco Weinmann Consulting, L3C, based in Rutland, serving charitable and educational institutions: lizdimarcoweinmann.com.  Pop quiz:  The story behind the Vermont State University administration’s decision […]

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