Rep. Sibilia: April 16 update

PODCAST: Productivity Tips for Working From Home Good evening, Please join me tomorrow morning for Coffee with Laura. Coffee with Laura call at 7 am Monday, Wednesday and Friday. You can join that call here:https://us04web.zoom.us/j/734376857?pwd=Z1BmNmlwcWxJMWxVZTFaZE96MmlQQT09 Meeting ID: 734 376 857 Password: 003089 or by calling mobile+16465588656,,734376857# US (New York)+13126266799,,734376857# US (Chicago) Chewie is looking forward …

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Department of Labor announces alphabetized intake structure for unemployment insurance claims center

DEPARTMENT OF LABOR ANNOUNCES ALPHABETIZED INTAKE STRUCTURE FOR UNEMPLOYMENT INSURANCE CLAIMS CENTER Montpelier – In response to the increasing number of initial claims for unemployment insurance benefits and inquiries to its claims center, the Vermont Department of Labor will implement an alphabetized structure for the intake of weekly claims and inquiries. The structure will take …

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GOVERNOR PHIL SCOTT EXTENDS STATE OF EMERGENCY IN VERMONT

Extends State of Emergency and All Existing Mitigation Orders and Closures until May 15 Montpelier, Vt. – Governor Phil Scott today extended Vermont’s State of Emergency through May 15, which also extends the expiration date of all corresponding orders and directives issued in response to the COVID-19 pandemic. The original State of Emergency, issued on March 13, was …

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March 26th

I can see my high school senior doing online work and making college plans from my own remote working perch. GOVERNOR PHIL SCOTT DISMISSES SCHOOLS FOR IN-PERSON INSTRUCTION FOR REMAINDER OF 2019-2020 SCHOOL YEAR School districts to implement continuity of learning plans for remote learning by April 13 Montpelier, Vt. - Governor Phil Scott today directed schools to remain dismissed …

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Rep. Sibilia: March 20 update

Good evening, One week down Vermonters! Here are today's updates: https://youtu.be/m1NOodgthlc A message from Vermont Agriculture, Food & Markets Secretary Anson Tebbetts: FARMERS AND FOOD BUSINESSES LEAD VERMONT IN THE AGE OF THE NEW NORMAL DRM Client Alert for Federal Emergency Paid Sick Leave and Expanded FMLA Protections Talking to my daughter as she heads …

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Rep. Sibilia: 3 new cases, schools ordered closed March 15th 2020

All, I'm certain you may have additional questions or concerns in light of these two news releases. I am still planning to send out additional local information later this evening. If you have questions or info you'd like to see - please be in touch.Vermonters with questions can call 211 for more assistance. Vermonters in …

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Rep. Sibilia March 8 update on COVID-19 Coronavirus

Good afternoon, The first presumptive case of the 2019 Novel Coronavirus has been identified. The patient is receiving treatment at Southwestern Vermont Medical Center in Bennington. Try an elbow bump instead! What follows is information for my constituents. Legislators are getting regular updates from the Department of Health. I will share relevant information and updates …

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