Scam Alert from the VT Attorney General’s Office – Gift card scams

The Consumer Assistance Program has recorded a 220% increase in gift card scams with loss reports since December.  Gift card scams take many forms; however, all request a gift card as payment and for the numbers on the back of the card to be provided to the scammer.  Be in the know:                 -Using gift cards …

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Public discussion January 25th on student opportunity, property taxes and the effect of student weights

On Saturday, January 25th at 9 am at the Dover Town Hall, Rep. Laura Sibilia, Rep. John Gannon, Rep. Carolyn Partridge and Rep. Kelly Pajala will be hosting a public discussion on Vermont’s Education financing system and how it relates to student opportunity and property taxes. Legislators will talk about the results of the recently …

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Rep. Sibilia: Week 2 of the Vermont Legislative Session

Good afternoon,The image above is the list of priorities the Rural Caucus has heard from Vermonters on and is working to address. A helpful podcast! How It Works: A Guide To Vermont's Legislature Various issues are beginning to emerge in this early part of the session. Act 250 reforms, climate change, housing, gun reforms as …

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Windham County Delegation statement on Retreat

The Windham County Delegation has been aware of ongoing financial challenges being experienced by the Brattleboro Retreat related to multi-year, inadequate medicaid reimbursements, unexpected census declines, and the increasing cost of contract RNs and MDs due to national and state-wide workforce shortages. The Brattleboro Retreat is a 150 year old private mental healthcare institution providing …

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