Legislature must focus on Vermonters needs with changing climate

When we enact legislation, it is usually with Burlington or Brattleboro in mind. Given that most Vermonters live in larger towns and cities it makes sense to prioritize policy analysis for those areas. But the people who live in little rural towns and up in the hills, they matter too...

Rep Sibilia: Fall Countdown

Good morning from Goose City It's hard to believe Fall is approaching and school is starting for families in our district. September also brings a number of events of interest in our district: Information session on forming a southern Vermont Communications Union District on September 11th from 6-7:30 at Memorial Hall in Wilmington. The info …

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Sibilia: Final report of the 2019 Vermont Legislative Session

Some may know my father passed away last month. As a result, I missed several votes at the end of the session which I will discuss below. Speaker of the House Mitzi Johnson confers with Republican Leader Patti McCoy, Assistant Republican Leader Rob LeClair, Progressive Leader Robin Chesnut-Tagerman and independent Ben Jickling as the House …

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Public comment on Somerset Integrated Resource Project until April 29

From: https://visitstratton.com/listings/somerset-reservoir-hiking-trail/ The USDA Forest Service has completed the proposed action for the Somerset Integrated Resource Project and is now inviting your written comments in response to the proposal during a 30-day comment period that will begin with the March 29, 2019 publication of the legal notice in the Rutland Herald newspaper. The 30-day comment …

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