Unsworth Powell Barra Orr & Bredice, PLC is pleased
to announce that Glenn A. Jarrett, a partner in the firm, has been named
to lead the firm's Estate Planning Team. Mr. Jarrett is a Certified
Financial Planner(tm) practitioner and is a member of the American Academy
of Estate Planning Attorneys and the National Academy of Elder Law
Unsworth Powell PLC's Estate Planning Team provides comprehensive estate
planning, trusts, Medicaid planning, elder law, probate and trust
Unsworth Powell Barra Orr & Bredice, PLC is pleased
DEW Construction Corp. has been selected as the Construction Manager for Chittenden South Supervisory Union's Champlain Valley Union High School Addition and Renovation Project. Work on this project entails a 148,542 square foot renovation of the existing school including a new wood chip-fired heating system, and 63,000 square feet of new construction including space for classrooms, a new library/media center, gymnasium addition, and a new cafeteria and kitchen.
Lorraine Jenne has just been named Director of Operations for The Howard Center, with responsibility for human resources, corporate compliance, quality assurance, risk management, and labor relations. Jenne served most recently as Human Resources Director.
John Kamin, M.D., joined The Howard Center for Human Services staff as Staff Psychiatrist of the Adult Behavioral Health Services division, after completing his residency in the Harvard Longwood Psychiatry Residency Program.
Two International Business students at Champlain College will join a Vermont Chamber of Commerce trade mission to Asia in mid-October. Laura Herrema and Elizabeth Claflin will travel with a delegation of Vermont legislators and business people for an 11-day trip to Shanghai, China, Hong Kong, and Taipei, Taiwan.
Okemo Mountain Resort is gearing up for the 2003/2004
winter season and it won't be long now. Snowmaking operations are
scheduled to begin in just a few short weeks with the opening day
anticipated on Saturday, November 8, 2003. With $55 million in
improvements for the upcoming winter season, Okemo just keeps getting
better and better.
Skiers and riders will discover a vastly expanded mountain with
of playful terrain, a modern and efficient lift system, snowmaking and
The Vermont Manufacturing Extension Center (VMEC) has launched its Fall 2003 – Spring 2004 workshop season. VMEC’s 30 public workshops are located throughout Vermont and cover a wide range of manufacturing topics, including
lean manufacturing, supply chain management, new product development, strategic planning, and industrial marketing. Upon request, throughout the year the Center also holds “on site” workshops at many Vermont manufacturing
Primetime Concepts, Inc. has been
retained to manage and execute a program of public relations and
marketing enhancement initiatives for the Southern Vermont Regional
Marketing Organization, reports agency president, Lynn Barrett.
"Primetime is expert in developing cost-effective, high visibility,
image and awareness building campaigns that get results. As Vermont
businesses struggle to compete in the highly competitive global
marketplace, strategic public relations programs are an essential
part of the marketing arsenal," she says.
IMB Enterprises, Inc., a full time staff search and contract staffing firm announces the completion of a relocation of company offices from Brooklyn, NY, to Bridgewater, VT.
Charter One Financial, Inc. (NYSE: CF) announced that it would be migrating its consumer and small business online banking applications to Corillian’s Voyager platform.
Charter One also announced that it has formed a new partnership with Cash Edge to integrate account aggregation and bank-to-bank transfer functions into the Corillian product. Charter One has also reaffirmed its partnership with Centerpost to provide voice, email and wireless alerting within the application.
Brattleboro has a lively downtown
filled with bookstores, antique stores, fine restaurants and cafes,
upscale clothing shops, exotic import stores, hair salons and home
furnishings stores. It has a hotel and an art movie theater. But up to
now, it has suffered from its reputation as a town with no parking.
All that is about to change. The new $9.6 million Brattleboro
Transportation Center is getting ready to open in the heart of downtown,
providing over 300 new parking spaces at affordable prices and
University of Vermont Extension natural resources specialist Lisa Chase
recently received a grant to study rural recreation and tourism. Partners
in the collaborative study are Roel Boumans of the Gund Institute for
Ecological Economics; Todd Comen of the Institute for Integrated Rural
Tourism; Dick Foster of the Vermont Agency of Agriculture, Food and
Markets; and Bruce Lauber of Cornell University's Department of Natural
The “Participatory Modeling of Recreation and Tourism in the Northern
A new report issued today by the Office of Advocacy details patterns in small business financing. Drawn from the Federal Reserve’s latest Survey of Small Business Finance, the report features over 400 statistical tables comparing the borrowing patterns of various small business subgroups.