I would like to express a heartfelt thank you to everyone who voted and supported me for the Senate position representing Chittenden County.

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I have to respectfully disagree that having a town manager would be a good idea. This has been discussed before, and I am opposed to it.

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I’ve thought long and hard about the move to a town manager form of government for our town. I believe strongly that the time is right to make this move.

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Thank you very much for once again trusting me to represent you in the Vermont House of Representatives.

Thank you for electing me as one of your State Senators. If I did not earn your support in this election, I hope to do so in the years to come.

Friends of Veterans would like to thank all our donors, sponsors and players who made our annual golf fundraiser at the Baker Hill Golf Club a tremendous success.

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As we move through the pandemic I want to express deep gratitude from Shelburne Farms for all the wonderful support and encouragement we have received from our local community this year.

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Tuesday, Nov. 3, Election Day 2020, includes voting for presidential, congressional, state, and local races.

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I’m reaching out on behalf of United Way of Northwest Vermont to ask for your input on community health and wellbeing.

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Donald J. Trump, the 45th president of the United States, is a sociopath whose policies yield psychopathic results.

I write in response to Mr. McClaughry’s recent rant against renewable energy “Like California, Renewable Energy Means Blackouts,” Sept. 10.

I’ve had conversations with friends recently who, on the strength of Gov. Phil Scott’s Covid success, are willing to vote for him come November. I think that Vermont has come out on top so far…

On Tuesday, Nov. 3, the residents of Hinesburg will be voting on whether the town and fire department should start a town ambulance service to be operated by the Hinesburg Fire Department.

On primary day Chittenden County Senators Ginny Lyons and Michael Sirotkin and Senate candidate Thomas Chittenden each received enough write–in votes to run with a Republican nomination, in ad…

I write in response to Meg Handler’s letter that appeared in your Sept. 3 edition. As president of the Lake Iroquois Association, It is necessary to provide a more realistic, data-based report…

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I am writing to update readers on the status of Eurasian water milfoil on Lake Iroquois this summer. Despite very hot, dry conditions, the milfoil situation is excellent. I invite all of you t…

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