Vermont front-line employees hazard pay grant program opens Tuesday August 4th

GOVERNOR PHIL SCOTT ANNOUNCES FRONT-LINE EMPLOYEES HAZARD PAY GRANT PROGRAM APPLICATIONS TO OPEN FOR EMPLOYERS Employers are encouraged to apply starting August 4 Montpelier, Vt. – Governor Phil Scott today announced that beginning Tuesday, August 4, public safety, public health, health care and human services employers whose employees worked to help mitigate or respond to COVID-19 may …

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Economic recovery grant program expands eligibility to more Vermont businesses

ECONOMIC RECOVERY GRANT PROGRAM EXPANDS ELIGIBILITY TO MORE VERMONT BUSINESSES Montpelier, Vt. – Governor Phil Scott, the Agency of Commerce and Community Development (ACCD) and the Department of Taxes today announced expanded eligibility for Economic Recovery Grants for Vermont businesses negatively impacted by the COVID-19 pandemic. Under the original eligibility criteria, a business was required …

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Sibilia calls on Green Mountain Conservatives to clean up graffiti

August 2nd, 2020For Immediate Release: Vermont State Representative Laura Sibilia (I) Dover issued a statement today calling on Green Mountain Conservatives for a Better Vermont and the John Klar campaign to clean up the white supremacist graffiti along Route 100 that accompanied their candidate forum August 1st. "Vermonters all over our state are grappling with …

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MESSAGE TO CONSTITUENTS FROM THE WINDHAM COUNTY DELEGATION

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE MESSAGE TO CONSTITUENTS FROM THE WINDHAM COUNTY DELEGATION Dear Windham County residents, The last few months of global pandemic, economic upheaval and civil unrest have many feeling uncertain and fearful of the future.  The Windham County Delegation is keenly aware of this, and we want to play a meaningful part in shaping …

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Rep. Sibilia: Back to School Forum Thursday night

Over the past few weeks I have been talking with parents, teachers, administrators, board members, legislators and officials in the Scott administration about issues arising from operating our schools during the pandemic. The Superintendents, administrators, staff and school boards in the Windham Central Supervisory Union and the Windham Southwest Supervisory Union have been working diligently …

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Rep Sibilia update: August 2, 2020

Tonight I issued a statement regarding illegal graffiti on Route 100 over the weekend. I want to acknowledge and thank the four young women from towns across our district who brought this issue to my attention yesterday morning. But more importantly I want to reassure them, and all of us, that we can easily do …

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Scam Alert from the VT Attorney General’s Office – Grandchild Imposter “Grandparent” Scam

While the grandparent scam has long plagued older Vermonters, the COVID-19 pandemic has presented a new twist that scammers are exploiting. Scammers, posing as the grandchildren of unsuspecting grandparents, call and pretend to be in the hospital, in jail, or stranded overseas and in urgent need of wire transfers, gift cards, or cash. By presenting …

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Rep. Sibilia: updates July 27th

Good evening, Economic Recovery grants are still available for businesses. Last week the Governor announced a mask mandate would be in place starting on August 1st. Even though Vermont's statistics on cases are amongst the lowest in the country, we look to the South and West and see serious outbreaks happening. With no national plan, …

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Rep. Sibilia: July 19th

Good evening and I hope you have been keeping cool and taking in the sunshine! I love this time of year and seeing my garden exploding and spending time outside with TJ on free evenings. I have spent some time today reading about civil rights icon John Lewis who passed away this weekend. What a …

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Vermont Daily Update on Novel Coronavirus – (COVID-19)

July 15, 2020 New information is in bold. This update is available online athealthvermont.gov/covid19 Click the “See the Latest Update” button. Please visit the Vermont Department of Health’s COVID-19 web and data pageshealthvermont.gov/covid19 Investigation of positive antigen test results in Manchester The Health Department continues to respond to reports of positive COVID-19 antigen tests at …

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