56% of Vermont residents live in towns and cities (listed) that have signed a Declaration of Inclusion.
As a candidate and citizen who has irritated a powerful school and a municipal government, I wanted to tread carefully and deliberately.
“What they [Richmond selectboard] seem to be for is an absolute position of making a ton of forest a protected wilderness designation and not allow townspeople recreational opportunities,” a resident says.
To preserve forests, proposed town zoning regs would increase minimum building lot size from three to five acres.
After two-plus years, Montpelier’s police chief is taking a job in Kansas, to be closer to his midwestern roots.
Vermont’s largest not-for-profit donor has given a $10,000 grant to a town equity committee in the Northeast Kingdom.
A state court sides with the State of Vermont in its effort to locate a secure juvenile detention facility in a rural Orange County town.
Being a rescue worker is in Sandy Korda’s blood.
“We know that the council refuses to help us or put any resources at our disposal to reconcile the obvious rift in our community,” Barre Diversity & Equity Committee chair Joelen Mulvaney said.
“I am concerned about the otherization that is going on,” Toborg said. “There are forces here that want to divide us. There are forces that want us to express hatred against each other.”