Selectmen/women wondered why they should support a non-binding resolution, even on something as fundamentally important as the Second Amendment.
Not a good day for Bernie Sanders, eh? Not only does Joe Biden find his second wind and blow past him as the front runner, but Bernie barely took half of the Democratic primary vote in his home state. What gives?Read more
Did your town approve its school budget? You can probably find the answer on the WCAX next-day report.Read more
Town and City Meeting voters were agreeable to new spending. The Barre city budget, the new swimming pool in St. Albans, and even the Burlington school budget all passed. An exception was the South Burlington school bond…..
In the latest issue of the UVM Research News, retired professor and co-author of “Real Vermonters Don’t Milk Goats” Frank Bryan talks about why Town Meeting still matters.Read more
School mergers last year mean new, big budgets this year - how will Town Meeting voters respond?Read more
Internet, Emerald Ash Borer, local sales taxes, Second Amendment sanctuary among issues facing Town Meeting voters - VT Digger
The proposed Second Amendment Sanctuary resolution received a paragraph of its own in this wrap-up of Town Meeting ballot questions - you can find it 11 paragraphs up from the bottom. Plenty going on at Town Meetings tomorrow besides the presidential primary.Read more
Those boring-looking brochures from the town and the school district contain valuable information that can save you money and/or improve your quality of life. It all depends on knowing what’s really going on at Town Meeting this coming Tuesday.Read more
Seven Days, the often left-leaning statewide newspaper, has recognized this year’s grassroots movement facing Town Meeting – the Second Amendment Sanctuary movement.Read more