in nearly every Vermont town have a chance to say yes or no to their school
budget on Town Meeting Day.
in Rutland City, voters have traditionally trusted their elected
school officials on budget matters.
may change, depending on the outcome of a controversial ballot item.
been pointed out that the definition of a living wage can vary, depending on
each worker’s needs and hopes and circumstances.
part of our series on getting by, VPR’s Nina Keck spoke with Steve Leonard.
He’s a 24-year-old bottle sorter at the Beer King in Rutland, and he says he’s satisfied – at least for now – with
the work and the compensation.