The Scott administration will continue its series of briefings for legislators over the next two weeks on a range of issues that are important to Vermont communities. The briefings will provide an efficient overview of major issue areas that the Governor will prioritize this session and allow for an open exchange between executive and legislative branch officials.
This year is the first in recent memory in which the governor’s office has held in-depth, regular briefings.
On Wednesday and Thursday of this week, the Administration covered public safety, as well as climate and energy innovation. Administration officials say these briefings will be uploaded to YouTube for public viewing.
Due to predicted poor driving conditions, this week’s scheduled briefing on economic revitalization and affordability will be rescheduled to the week of January 23rd.
Next Week’s Schedule:
Tuesday, January 17 – Housing, 5-6 p.m. – Pavilion Auditorium
Wednesday, January 18 – Education and Workforce, 4:15 – 5:15 p.m. – Pavilion Auditorium
Thursday, January 19 – Healthcare, 4:15 – 5:15 p.m. – Pavilion Auditorium
Additional briefings will be announced for next week for the week of the 23rd, including economic revitalization and broadband.The briefings are open for the press to observe in person or virtually.