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As my eighth legislative session serving the people of Stowe comes to a close, I am announcing my intention to not seek reelection to the Vermont House of Representatives in 2022.  This decision was not an easy one and is bittersweet, but it is the right one.

Dot Hayden, Heidi Scheuermann and Maggie Morrissey green up along Stowe’s River Road on Saturday during the state’s annual Green Up Day.

Scott Weathers, a Stowe resident who announced this week he is running for the Vermont House of Representatives, has had a couple of real-life reminders of why he supports the issues he does.

After nearly three months of waiting for an audience before the Vermont State Board of Education to make their case for why Stowe should be able to leave the Lamoille South school district, the group of Stowe residents who have been fighting the forced merger for years may have to take their case to court.

The seven-person Senate Committee on Reapportionment has redrawn the district boundary lines a lot — and may continue to — as the Legislature races to finish the map in time for Senate hopefuls to declare their candidacies in May.

Welcome to Washington County, Stowe? As the Vermont Legislature works to redraw the political map based on new census data, the dilemma continues about where to place Stowe, which saw a 21 percent population increase over the past decade.