Governor Phil Scott today signed a proclamation designating October 19 as Vermont Future Business Leaders of America (FBLA) and Distributive Education Clubs of America (DECA) Day in Vermont, recognizing the organizations’ commitment to developing a skilled future workforce of Vermont students.
A group of national cable and telecom organizations is expected to file suit against the State of Vermont today regarding a law passed in the previous session and an Executive Order issued by the Governor protecting net neutrality in Vermont. Governor Phil Scott issued the following statement:
Governor Phil Scott today signed a proclamation designating October 12 as Dewey Day in Vermont, commemorating Admiral George Dewey’s famed return to Montpelier after serving in the Spanish-American War in 1898.
During his Orleans County Capitol for a Day tour this week, Governor Phil Scott announced a new grant program available to help Vermont communities use outdoor recreation opportunities to grow their local economies.
Governor Phil Scott today announced the allocation of $2.8 million in state tax incentives for 16 projects, supporting more than $324 million in downtown and village center construction and rehabilitation efforts.
Montpelier, Vt. – Flags have been ordered to half-staff on Federal and State buildings Sunday, in honor of the National Firefighters Memorial Service. Governor Phil Scott issued the following statement:
Governor Phil Scott today signed a proclamation designating October 2018 as Manufacturing Month in Vermont, celebrating Vermont’s manufacturing sector and recognizing the important role it plays in Vermont’s economy