Governor Douglas Expands Food Assistance Eligibility
League of Women Voters & Vermont Business Roundtable
Host Discussion on Health Care in Vermont
BURLINGTON - This month, the League of Women Voters of the Champlain Valley and the Vermont Business Roundtable will tackle the issue of health care with a panel discussion and Q&A session entitled, "The Road to Health Care: Paved with Good Intentions." The event will be held on Wednesday, Sept. 17, 7 - 8:30 p.m., at Speeder & Earl's Coffee, 412 Pine St. This event is free and open to the public.
NORTH FERRISBURGH, Vt. - John Anderson, a longtime Vermont architect who has been honored for his creative commercial and residential designs, has shifted gears to concentrate on the broad range of artwork that he creates. Anderson has launched a new Web site at www.johnandersonstudio.com to highlight this change in focus.
The purpose of the Legislative Report Card is to clearly and succinctly depict the positions of Vermont's 180 legislators on important business issues. The Vermont Chamber works closely with members of all political parties to champion legislation that will help businesses prosper and stay in Vermont.
Vermont's $182.9 Million Judgment on Behalf of Claimants and Creditors of Ambassador Insurance Co. Upheld on Appeal
Montpelier, Vermont --
Clean and Clear offers ecosystem restoration grants
WATERBURY (September 9, 2008)- Governor Jim Douglas announced today that the Center for Clean and Clear at the Agency of Natural Resources is making up to $500,000 in grants available for its Ecosystem Restoration Program.
ROTARY TO SPONSOR TRIP FOR 4 TO TAIWAN
Group Study Exchange Program for Local Professionals
Vermont Chamber of Commerce to Release the 2007/2008 Legislative Report Card
Duane Marsh, President and Mike Belyea, Legislative Director at the Vermont Chamber of Commerce, will hold a press conference Wednesday September 10, 2008, to release its 2007/2008 Legislative Report Card. The conference will begin at 10 am in the Cedar Creek Room at the State House.
$800,000 In State Grants Available For Planning Projects
Municipal Grants Program Now Administered Entirely Online
MONTPELIER, Vt. - The state is making more than $800,000 in grants available to communities across the state for municipal planning and other special projects.
Officials at the Vermont Department of Housing and Community Affairs (DHCA) announced the Municipal Planning Grants of up to $15,000, which can be used for a variety of planning projects.
DR. ROGER YOUNG ELECTED TO NATIONAL BOARD OF TRUSTEES
OF MARCH OF DIMES
Burlington, Vermont - Roger C. Young, MD, PhD, Professor of Obstetrics, Gynecology and Reproductive Sciences at the University of Vermont College of Medicine and Director of Vermont Perinatal Care at Fletcher Allen Health Care, has been elected to the national Board of Trustees of the March of Dimes Foundation, during their annual summer meeting.
Food Network's Neelys broadcast Vermont stories Tuesday
Food Network's favorite new husband and wife team - Pat and Gina Neely of the hit show Down Home With the Neelys - take to the road on a cross-country search for the best local, hand-crafted foods on their new primetime Road Tasted with the Neelys, which premiered Tuesday, July 22nd. Next stop? VERMONT! Pat and Gina are an awesome couple who have been instantly embraced by Food Network's audience, and this episode highlights some great places they visited while in your backyard.
Governor Douglas Announces Landfill Gas To Energy Project at Moretown Landfill
Moretown, Vt. September 9, 2008 - A new landfill gas to energy project that will provide renewable energy, create new jobs and enhance the environment began construction in Moretown today, announced Governor Douglas, Interstate Waste Corporation, PPL Renewable Energy and Green Mountain Power.