By Andy Kirkaldy, Addison Independent With affordable and workplace housing a critical need across Vermont, some advocates are working on a plan to expand housing in town centers in a way they say is “gentle.” With the “Homes For […]
Starting Jan. 1, 2024, a new state law will prohibit the sale of specific mercury-containing fluorescent lightbulbs in Vermont. Restrictions include the sale of general purpose, indoor/outdoor, residential, and business mercury-containing four-foot linear, compact fluorescent, and twist-based fluorescent lightbulbs. Twist-based (GU-24) […]
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By Sarah Mearhoff/VTDigger It is high time, a coalition of state political interest groups said Thursday, that Vermont’s wealthiest residents pay their “fair share” in income taxes. Members of the newly formed coalition, which is dubbing itself Fund Vermont’s Future, […]