Southern #Vermont Economy Summit Returns May 28th 2020

Dover, VT-- The Fourth Annual Southern Vermont Economy Summit will be held Thursday, May 28th at the Grand Summit Resort at Mount Snow in Dover, Vermont. The Summit is a daylong event with content geared to business and community leaders, entrepreneurs and engaged citizens. This year’s theme is “Power in Numbers.” The Brattleboro Development Credit Corporation and …

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Rep. Sibilia: October Updates

Greetings from Goose City! Secretary of State Jim Condos and Tom Little in Dover talking about Apportionment and the 2020 Census This email contains information on several opportunities to engage your government and directly weigh in on state policy. Locally, Rep. John Gannon and I are hosting a legislative breakfast for businesses on November 20th …

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Rep. Sibilia Week 7: H.57 passes House, new Adjutant General elected, minimum wage bill on the move

Good evening, Hope to see folks at the Dot's of Dover fundraiser Sunday, February 24, 2-5 PM, at The Dover Forge which is raising money for the employees affected by the fire that destroyed Dot's in January. ~~~~ Work continues in our committee on a 3.1M Telecommunications Bill and I look forward to sharing more …

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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: 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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