Vermont Business Magazine Champlain College has announced plans to appeal the April 3 decision of the Burlington Development Review Board (DRB) that denied a land-use application submitted on its behalf to construct a mixed-use student apartment project known as Eagles Landing.
by John Herrick vtdigger.org A rival fuel dealer’s opposition to the construction of a gas station at the Costco big box store in Colchester is winning friends in the environmental community.
Retail giant Costco is proposing a gasoline station at its Colchester location that it says would lower gas prices in the area. But since the project was first proposed in 2007, a competing gas station owner has been fighting the project on environmental grounds.
by Anne Galloway vtdigger.org Controversial legislation often takes a circuitous route through the Legislature, and such is the case with H.883, the education governance, or school board consolidation bill.
On Tuesday, expectations among members of the House Education Committee were high. They anticipated tweaking the legislation in House Ways and Means and their own committee and then watching the bill get voted out of House Appropriations on its final journey to a floor vote.
by Anne Galloway vtdigger.org The groundbreaking GMO labeling bill passed by the Senate last week sailed through several House committees on Tuesday and is slated to go to the floor on Wednesday.
The House concurs with the Senate changes to the bill, and the legislation will move forward without going through the conference committee process.