Don’t expect a veto on S4, the gun control bill. But that bill turning half of Vermont into an ecological preserve? Gov. Scott has his eye on that one.
Given high oil and kerosene prices, a one-time $350 benefit will be paid Vermonters already receiving fuel assistance.
Federal ARPA $$ will provide grants of up to $30,000 per Vermont household towards overdue mortgage payments, utility bills, property taxes, and property association charges.
Governor Scott has appointed of Matthew Walker to fill the Swanton-Highgate House seat vacated by Rep. Brian Savage.
Governor Phil Scott launched a new subsidy for electric vehicle charging stations at rental properties.
Vermonters flocked online to order the free rapid tests in the State of Vermont’s collaboration with the NIH and Amazon.
500,000 rapid tests will be delivered to Vermont homes.
The selectboard of the Town of Stamford voted Dec. 17 to affirm the constitutions of Vermont and the United States, in response to the governor’s restrictions on gathering for worship, work and socializing.