VEPC authorizes tax incentives
Brandons Visual Learning and Nexus Approved
VEPC authorizes tax incentives
Entergy Locates Spent Fuel Segments at Vermont Yankee
Entergy workers at the Vermont Yankee nuclear power plant in Vernon located on July 13, 2004, the missing spent fuel rod segments in the plant's spent fuel pool. The two pieces were stored in a unique 40-inch aluminum cylinder, which is unlike a typical storage container but is similar to several other aluminum structures and tools in the pool.
International Center for Captive Insurance Education (ICCIE) Hires
In another step toward its official launch, the governing board of ICCIE
(pronounced "I See") hired Mitch Cantor of Shelburne, Vermont as its first
Mitch was chosen by ICCIE's Board of Directors from an exceptionally
talented pool of applicants to lead the effort. His background includes
extensive business and marketing experience, management of nonprofit
organizations as well as demonstrated grant-writing and fundraising
Gallagher, Flynn Launches Executive Compensation Survey
Gallagher, Flynn & Company has
a web-based executive compensation survey as an addition to their
successful New England Salary Survey. This survey will provide
information not currently available about competitive pay for senior
managers in Vermont and across New England.
"There is no good data that is easily available on executive
compensation in small private companies in Vermont and New England. We
Plans for Vermonts best and biggest food show, the annual Vermont Grocers
exposition have been announced for the weekend of September 10-12, 2004. This years
program will take place at the Sheraton Burlington Hotel & Conference Center.
The Expo, which will feature a wide array of products and services for all food and beverage
retailers, is already sold out. Seminars will include Teamwork and Responsible Alcohol and
Tobacco Sales Training, Award presentations will be presented at the Birthday party and
dinner on Saturday.
The Vermont Institute of Natural Science (VINS) will play
key role in this year's New England Environmental Education Alliance
(NEEEA) Conference October 15-17, 2004 to be held at the beautiful Bread
Loaf Campus of M i ddlebury College in Ripton, VT. Marcia Whitney, VINS
Director of Statewide Education, is co-chair of the conference and
chairs the Fundraising/Sponsorship Committee and Lisa Purcell, VINS ELF
Program Director, chairs its Field Trip Committee. Other VINS staff serve
on committees as well.
Burlington to host largest Captive Insurance Conference in the World
The Vermont Captive Insurance Association (VCIA) will host the largest captive insurance conference in the world, August 10-12, 2004 in Burlington, Vermont. More than 1000 people from around the world and throughout the United States are expected to attend.
The Conference will be held at the Sheraton Hotel and Conference Center. Diving into Captives is the theme of the gathering and will feature keynote speaker, Dr. Robert Ballard, a renowned deep sea explorer and discoverer of the sunken R.M.S. Titanic.
Triple Peaks, LLC and American Skiing Company settle Steamboat suit
Triple Peaks, LLC and American Skiing Company have jointly announced (July 12, 2004) the settlement of the lawsuit regarding the termination of the proposed sale of the Steamboat Ski Resort to Triple Peaks, LLC. In return for a cash settlement, Triple Peaks has agreed to a full dismissal of all claims relating to the sale of the Steamboat Ski Resort.
Champlain College professor Ann DeMarle has been named an Apple Distinguished Educator. DeMarle directs the Multimedia & Graphic Design program and the new Electronic Game and Interactive Development program at Champlain.
Creative Labels of Vermont, located in Winooski, has been cited in the
feature editorial in the June 2004 edition of Package Printing as one of the
"top tag and label converters" in North America.
Creative Labels of Vermont is a fast growing twenty one year old Vermont
company. The company manufactures high quality labels for the food industry
and general manufacturing.
The City of Burlington will be conducting an inventory of historic
buildings over the next several months in an area of Burlington's Hill
Section historically known as known as "Prospect Park."
Lyssa Papazian, a historic preservation consultant, and Phillip Barlow, a
graduate student in historic preservation, will be recording architectural
styles, details, history, and photographing buildings for the City's
Historic Sites and Structures Survey. This survey is an inventory of
Charlie Poulin of Pomerleau Business Services was the selling agent and Kevin DArcy of Pomerleau Real Estate was the listing broker on the sale transaction of Waterbury Beverage and The Vermont Liquor Agency in Waterbury, VT to Quinland Farms, Inc. Their operation will be relocated to the Crossroads Beverage & Deli in Waterbury.