JAMES H. DOUGLAS
JAMES H. DOUGLAS
GMP ANNOUNCES THIRD QUARTER EARNINGS
COLCHESTER, VT&Green Mountain Power Corporation (NYSE: GMP) has announced consolidated earnings of $0.54 per share of common stock, diluted, for the third quarter of 2006 compared with consolidated earnings of $0.48 per share of common stock, diluted, for the same period in 2005. Year to date earnings for 2006 are $1.60 per share, diluted, compared with earnings of $1.50 per share, diluted, for the first nine months of 2005.
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The numbers are just coming in for Small Dog Electronics' new flagship store and by all measurements, it's an undisputed winner.
The Apple Specialist (#1 in New England, #3 in the nation) opened its doors in Burlington, Vermont and it was clear that customers voted with their feet - and their wallets.
Jon Isaacson joined Caleidoscope Communications as the company Controller. Isaacson was previously employed locally by RingMaster Software and lived and worked in Oregon where he was the Controller for the Mandala Agency for ten years. Jon graduated from the University of Connecticut, lives in South Burlington, and serves as a soccer referee for northern Vermont youth leagues
Laura P. Dagan, the president, CEO and chairman of Dwight Asset Management Company in Burlington, has been named to the Board of Trustees at Champlain College.
Dagan, a resident of South Hero, Vt., is an active member of the Vermont Business Roundtable, Institutional Investors US Institute, Old Mutual Top Leadership Group, the Stable Value Investment Association and the international and Vermont CFA Institutes. Volunteer activities include serving as the treasurer of the Humane Society of Chittenden County.
The Windham Foundation, one of Vermont's largest foundations, has awarded nine Vermont non-profit organizations $70,000 in grants in its fourth grant cycle for fiscal year 2006. It also pledged a $100,000 donation to the University of Vermonts Rubinstein School of Natural Resources.
Calkain Institutional Advisors, a division of Calkain Companies, a national real estate investment brokerage firm, has been chosen by R.P.M.
Realty Trust as the exclusive listing agent to sale two fully leased properties located at
198 & 200 Main Street in Lewiston, Maine.
Joel Kahn, CCIM and Michael OMara will represent R.P.M. Realty Trust in the
disposition of these properties which houses the Department of Human Services for the
State of Maine. 200 Main Street, consisting of 50,823 square feet on four floors, was
Craig E. Isvak, CPA, PLC, a provider of accounting and tax services to businesses and individuals in the Mad River Valley and the Waterbury/ Stowe area, is pleased to announce the acquisition of Associates in Accounting, P.C. located at 6 Pinecrest Drive, Essex Junction, VT. Under the previous owner, Michael LeBoeuf, Associates in Accounting has been doing business in Essex Junction since 1989. The staff consists of both full-time and seasonal personnel with many years of experience, who will remain through the acquisition.
The Vermont Economic Development Authority (VEDA) Board of Directors approved $8.5 million in financing assistance to support manufacturing, business incubator and small business projects around the state. Total costs of the projects approved for VEDA financing are $15.6 million.
A Vergennes Union High School teacher who has inspired
students for 22 years has been named Vermont's humanities educator of the
year for 2006. The Vermont Humanities Council has chosen Roberta
Steponaitis, a teacher of history and geography, to receive its annual
Victor R. Swenson Humanities Educator Award. The award is the fourth given
out by VHC since inaugurating the award in 2003.
"Roberta Steponaitis is the teacher they [students] will remember when they
think back to their high school days, as having made a pivotal difference in
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