The advocacy group continues to advertise about Green Mountain Power’s
plan to take over and merge with Central Vermont Public Service. The group delivered petitions with the signatures of 15,000 customers of
Green Mountain Power has responded to critics who say it isn’t providing enough
benefits to Central Vermont Public Service customers in the planned merger of
the two companies. GMP
says it will pay another $21 million toward customer energy efficiency.
We look at the concept of designing roadways that address the needs of all modes of travel, including automobiles, bicyclists, pedestrians and mass transit vehicles. Plus VPR’s Steve Zind files a Report from Afghanistan.
Jim Leddy, the president of AARP in Vermont
and a former state senator, says a new survey indicates that the number of under-insured
people in the state is growing at an alarming rate, and that lawmakers need to expand the state’s health program.