VT Judiciary and Douglas Administration square off over proposed budget cuts;
enrollment for Catamount health falls short of projections; regional
initiative aimed at reducing greenhouse gas emissions gaining ground in
Northeast; NH fuel company fined $6,000 for 2 fuel spills in VT; Camp
Ta-Kum-Ta moving from Colchester; Deborah Luskin on boomers caught
between elderly parents and maturing children.
Concerns today about the possibility of flash floods from
torrential storms; Verizon Wireless takes over Unicel, but must sell the assets
in Vermont and upstate New
York to maintain competition. Today’s the first day
to cast a ballot in Vermont’s
primary election. A New Hampshire
fuel company is fined $6,000 for spilling fuel at two Vermont
The Cabot Creamery has agreed to plead guilty to violating the Clean Water Act
after an ammonia spill two years ago killed thousands of fish in the Winooski River.
Creamery will pay a $50,000 dollar fine, and another $50,000 to fund