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Plan ahead for winter with 3SquaresVT

Food distribution sites break attendance records statewide, Farmers to Families likely to end after October After a summer of record-breaking food distribution by the Vermont Foodbank, many people throughout the state are facing hunger this winter — intensified by the […]

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Gov. Scott vetoes Act 250 bill

Signs executive order to manage recreational trails Governor Phil Scott vetoed H.926, an act relating to changes to Act 250, and signed executive order to provide regulatory certainty for recreation trails on Monday, Oct. 5. In his veto letter to the Legislature, Governor […]

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‘Seal, sign, and send!’

Vermont’s early voting period is underway Secretary of State Jim Condos distilled his election guidance to three words Monday, Sept. 21. “Seal, sign, and send!” he said in a statement announcing the start of the early voting period for the […]

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Hundreds call on VT Public Utility

Commission to maintain local renewable choices, net metering, but thousands of Vermont jobs threatened While Governor Phil Scott’s administration has been hesitant on renewable energy progress, 791 Vermonters filed comments with the Public Utility Commission (PUC) on net metering, according […]

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