Rep. Sibilia: Week 4 of the #Vermont Legislative Session

Good evening! January in the legislature was spent hearing the Governor's budget proposals, getting acclimated to new committees and learning about concepts relevant to proposals that are being introduced. The bulk of my time has been spent working to pull together a number of House telecommunications expansion proposals and coordinating with the Governor's administration to …

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Sibilia: Week 3 of the #Vermont Legislative Session

Good evening! Reports and notes of interest from the third week of the legislature below: Governor presents his proposed 2020 Budget On Thursday Governor Scott presented his third budget - this for FY 2020. An Executive Summary of the budget can be read here. The governor's budget address can be read here. I heard testimony last …

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Sibilia Week 2 of the #Vermont legislative session:

Good morning! Reports and notes of interest from the second week of the legislature below: Department of Public Service creates wireless coverage maps and submits challenge to wireless coverage in Vermont Montpelier—The Department of Public Service created an interactive map that shows the results of a drive test of mobile wireless coverage in the state. …

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Rep. Sibilia: Reflections on 2018 ~ Contemplating 2019

~ 2018 Reflections ~ Contemplating 2019 ~ This past year voters elected me to a third two-year term representing you in  the Vermont Legislature.  Thank you for placing your trust in me. I will continue to work to represent our district with integrity and passion. ~~~ Last session I served for a second year on the newly formed Energy …

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Rep. Sibilia: Voting, PUC hearings on Consolidated Communications

Good evening/morning, Election day is Tuesday, November 6th. You must be registered to vote in the town you currently reside in. In Vermont you can register the day of the election. Information on Vermont's voting laws is available on the Secretary of State's website. This year, we have contested elections for U.S. Senator, U.S. Congress, Governor, Lieutenant …

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