C & S Wholesale Grocers, based in Brattleboro, announced April 1 that it would move its headquarters to a campus-like setting in Keene, NH, by the end of 2003, taking with it 300 employees.
Green Mountain Power (NYSE:GMP) proposed a series of innovative programs that would pay its commercial, farm and water heating customers to reduce electric loads during peak usage periods in order to protect electric reliability and to save money for all energy users.
The Company filed with the Vermont Public Service Board Monday five new programs that it developed as part of a statewide and regional effort to develop “load response programs” designed to reduce peak loads when wholesale power prices spike during the hot summer months.
Triple Peaks, LLC, the company formed by Tim and Diane Mueller, owners of Okemo Mountain Resort in Ludlow, was informed March 27, 2002, by the American Skiing Company of Bethel, ME, that they were not going to proceed with the closing of the sale of the Steamboat Ski and Resort Company in Steamboat Springs, CO.
Dramatically broadening its appeal to target
the corporate meeting and wedding market, The Equinox has broken ground on construction that will create 3,200 additional square feet of flexible, state-of-the-art function space by fall 2002, just in time for the popular fall foliage season.
The centerpiece of the project is The Rockwell Room, named after the internationally renowned New England painter, Norman Rockwell, whose work
Vermont Labor Force Statistics (Seasonally Adjusted)
February 2002 January 2002 February 2001
Total Labor Force 345,500 345,300 333,800
Employment 333,400 332,800 323,000
Unemployment 12,100 12,600 10,800
Elizabeth Bankowski, a consultant in communication and corporate social responsibility has been nominated to serve on Green Mountain Power’s Board of Directors. The election will take place at the Company’s annual meeting of shareholders in May.
Tim and Diane Mueller, owners of Okemo Mountain Resort, will offer eleven scholarship awards for the 2003 school year to high school seniors and college students to assist them to further their education. Okemo has been offering scholarship awards to students since 1988 as a symbol of their commitment to the region's youth and education. Criteria used to select the scholarship recipients include academic achievement, co-curricular involvement and the composition of an essay.
CHILD CARE COUNTS HONOR ROLL 2002
NATIONALLY ACCREDITED CHILD CARE
1150 Mill Pond Road
Benson, VT 05743
Telephone: (802) 537-2831
750 Legend Lane
New Haven, VT 05472
Telephone: (802) 453-3707
PO Box 652
North Troy, VT 05859
Telephone: (802) 988-2819
139 Lakeview Drive
Newport Center, VT 05857
Telephone: (802) 334-1453
Resorts and Great Hotels, The Connoisseur’s Guide to the World’s Best has designated The Equinox resort a “Connoisseur’s Choice” for the year 2002.
Each year the magazine features a select group of the finest hotels and resorts worldwide.
The Equinox shares the “Connoisseur’s Choice” designation in 2002 with such legendary properties as The Plaza, New York City, Pinehurst Resort, North Carolina among others.
(Feb 19, 2002) WILLISTON, VT -- Lightship Telecom, an integrated business communications provider to Vermont and New England, today announced a private equity investment of an additional $12.7 million by JPMorgan Partners and Megunticook Management. This new funding represents an initial investment from Megunticook Management and continued support from JPMorgan Partners (formerly JPMorgan Capital Partners) in the Bedford, NH-based company. This investment fully funds Lightship to profitability.
Occupational Health + Rehabilitation Inc (OH+R) is pleased to announce
that Dr. Jay Brown has joined our clinical team in Vermont as the full
time Medical Director. Dr. Brown is Board Certified in Occupational
Medicine and has over 20 years experience in Occupational Medicine, Urgent
Care and Family Practice. He designed a prototype industrial toxicology
database and was formerly the Medical Director of the Bloomington Hospital
Center for Occupational Health and Plant Physician for DaimlerChrysler.
The governor came through on a promise, the state came up with $13 million for the construction, and federal grants provided $2.85 million for training and equipment.