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At the first public hearing for Vermont’s updated energy plan, audience members criticized the siting of wind and solar projects, and the plan’s policy expert told Vermont Watchdog going completely green will have no impact on global warming.Read More →
A recent survey shows college graduates are leaving Vermont because they think the state has a bad jobs outlook. Depending on which employment data they look at, the situation may be even worse than they think.Read More →
The Vermont Board of Education ruled Tuesday that school choice districts that merge with non-choice districts under the new statewide consolidation law can no longer offer school choice to students.Read More →
“Employees who wish to participate will be asked to make a decision over the next few weeks,” James Keller, a spokesman at the company, told Vermont Watchdog.Read More →
“There wouldn’t be any costs associated with accommodating complete streets uses, but the lanes for vehicles would be limited to nine feet, which is pretty narrow,” Public Works Commissioner Jeff Wennberg said.Read More →
“We’re buying the cheapest hydro RECs and selling the more expensive solar and wind RECs.”Read More →