Rep. Sibilia: December post

Climate OpEd, Legislative Survey, Recreation Grants, State finances, Property Tax Rates, Civics and Open Enrollment

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...

Public Hearing on #Vermont Rural Economic Development

Public Hearing on Rural Economic Development to be held December 11th The Rural Economic Development Working Group (REDWnG) of the Vermont House of Representatives invites Vermonters to share thoughts on how to sustain and grow the economy in rural areas of the state. When:Wednesday, December 11th, 6-8pm. Where: Room 11, Vermont Statehouse, Montpelier, Vermont. Who:Vermonters with constructive …

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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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Equifax settlement, weatherization, water quality, working lands and mental health

Good evening,I hope you all had time to enjoy some of this weekend's beautiful weather. A few updates relevant to tax issues, the Equifax data breach and a settlement for Vermonters whose information was stolen, a new home weatherization incentive program for moderate income households and two opportunities to provide some direct feedback to critical …

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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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