Updated June 10, 2021 The Vermont Department of Public Service is working with an outside consultant to develop and write a Telecommunications Plan that meets new requirements set forth by Act 79 (201...
Gov. Phil Scott announced Monday that the state has cleared the threshold for loosening Covid-19 guidelines, effectively ending pandemic-related restrictions.It’s over! State vax rate tops 80%; Covi...
Thank you for being such a strong advocate for all our kids!
Congratulations, Kath! The weighting study is so important to all of our kids and the communities that educate them, and I appreciate the hard work that you and your fellow committee task force members have committed to do over the summer.
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I think that with some of the 250 million, the state should give each Vermonter a 1000 dollars voucher, to be spent only in Vermont, and only in stores or businesses that are Vermont owned... win win, people receive a wonderful gift, and Vermont economy benefits
Deep gratitude to you and to the legislation for passing this budget unanimously. I am especially grateful for the funding for climate action. To quote today's VPIRG email:On climate spending, here are a few of the highlights:
$23 million for weatherization. This is going to cut energy bills and climate pollution for thousands of Vermont families (free, for low-income households), and support a major push in job training as well.
$10 million for a new “Affordable Community-Scale Renewable Energy Program.” While some details are still being worked on, this program should support both solar and advanced wood heating options for low-income Vermonters, allowing thousands of families who would otherwise likely be unable to make an upfront investment in these clean energy options to do so.
$5 million for the Clean Energy Development Fund, which will be used to further advance equity and climate action.
$1.5 million for the Community Action Agencies to hire energy & financial advisors to work with low-income Vermonters and help them get on more solid financial footing, especially by reducing the burden their energy bills cause, by cutting fossil fuel use.
$1 million for Regional Planning Commissions to work with municipalities around the state to implement their energy plans, from city halls being weatherized, to heating systems being upgraded, to downtown development and smart growth plans being fleshed out.
Mental Health is a major Priority!!! I will support that 1000%.