If nothing else, this year’s Town Meeting Day promises to be, well, different.
Voters in half a dozen Vermont towns will bring school merger divorce into the ballot booth next week. Stowe might take up the issue in the coming months.
Cambridge voters will elect two selectboard members on Town Meeting Day. Incumbent board chair Larry Wyckoff faces a challenge from Teelah Hall for the two-year seat. Here, they answer questions about some of the issues facing Cambridge over the next year, and beyond.
The Hyde Park selectboard is a popular draw for people seeking election to local government. Three seats are up for grabs, and each of them has at least an incumbent and a challenger hoping to grab them — and there are three seeking a single-year term on the board.
A decision by Lamoille County’s community health care organization to change how it has patient blood samples analyzed will save patients money. It will also lose money for Lamoille County’s only hospital.
Voters in Elmore, Morristown and Stowe will elect two new school board members on Town Meeting Day, and both of them will be newcomers, since incumbents Stephanie Craig of Morristown and Norm Williams of Stowe opted not to run again.
Johnson voters will elect two selectboard members on Town Meeting Day, and both of them will be newcomers, since incumbents Kyle Nuse and Doug Molde opted not to run again.
Winter is a trying time for anyone trying to beat the cold winds and dark skies of Vermont. One motivator, drawing folks out to brave the elements and stand in the chilly air while patiently socially distancing themselves, is the promise of food they can’t find anywhere else in the state.
Coronavirus: Local Business Operations
Explore Stowe-area businesses and events with modified operations as a result of COVID-19. Information courtesy of the Stowe Area Association.
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