This post is a press release
Gov. Peter Shumlin, Barre Mayor Thom Lauzon, and public safety and emergency management officials today provided an update on last night’s flooding affecting parts of eastern and central Vermont, including Barre and Plainfield.
Vermont Gov. Peter Shumlin along with music legend and activist Neil Young today urged support for the Vermont Food Fight Fund, which was established to protect Vermont’s mandatory GMO labeling law from those waging a legal battle to overturn it.
Gov. Peter Shumlin today announced a number of staff changes across his Administration, including in the Governor’s Office, Agency of Natural Resources (ANR), Public Service Department (PSD), and Department of Public Safety (DPS).
At the Climate Summit of the Americas, Gov. Peter Shumlin today joined 21 other states and regional governments in signing the first-ever Pan-American action statement on climate change.
Months after Bellows Falls based medical device maker Vermed was acquired by Buffalo, NY based Graphic Controls, Gov. Peter Shumlin and Graphic Controls CEO and Vermont native Sam Heleba today announced that the company has been awarded a Vermont Economic Growth Incentive award and will remain committed to growing in Vermont.
Recognizing the role the Vermont State Police (VSP) played in assisting in the manhunt for escaped prisoners Richard Matt and David Sweat, Gov. Peter Shumlin today signed a proclamation making July 2, 2015 Vermont State Police Appreciation Day.
Gov. Peter Shumlin today signed a proclamation declaring July 2015 as “Lakes Appreciation Month.”
Gov. Peter Shumlin issued the below statement following news that the sale of IBM’s chip manufacturing facility in Essex Junction to GlobalFoundries has received federal approval and been finalized.
Recipients of the 2015 Governor’s Awards for Environmental Excellence were announced and recognized at a ceremony at the State House today.
Gov. Peter Shumlin today marked an important milestone in the rebuilding of the Waterbury State Office Complex, joining state and local officials to witness the installation of monumental cupolas that will frame the center of the new campus.