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October 23rd, 2014

Senate Report

Waitsfield Supports Statewide Cell and Broadband Service

  Many thanks to the 89 citizens of Waitsfield that participated in the Town Meeting Survey. Waitsfield supported cell and broadband service and labeling food products. Below are comments.   Information “The government collects too much information on the lives of American citizens, but so do companies such as Google, etc.”   Roads “...

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Warren Concerned About the Use of Opiates

  Many thanks to the 101 citizens of Warren who participated in the Town Meeting survey. Aside from opiates, Warren supported reduction of prison population through alternatives for non-violent offenders. Over 20 returns had written comments. Some comments are below.   Energy “We are on the wrong track with energy. Our costs are rising an...

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Waterbury Supports Statewide Cell and Broadband

  Many thanks to the 329 Waterbury citizens who responded to the Town Meeting survey. This was the second highest return in the county. There were over 40 written comments. Some are listed below.   Taxes “Education should not be on the backs of property owners. It should be based on income – the current way of funding education is u...

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Northfield Concerned About Opiates

  Many thanks to the 289 citizens of Northfield who responded to the Town Meeting Survey. Northfield supported minimum wage increase and statewide cell and broadband, and expressed concern about opiates. Comments are as follows.   Cell Phones “I’ve had more people head for me when coming in the opposite direction, only because they are ta...

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Moretown Supports Statewide Broadband and is Concerned About Increased Use of Opiates

  Many thanks to the 97 citizens of Moretown who responded to the annual Town Meeting survey. It was the largest participation ever. The citizens were concerned about the use of opiates, statewide broadband, increasing the minimum wage, and prohibiting cell phones while driving. Following are some comments and results from Moretown.   Eco...

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Montpelier Supports Reduction of Prison Population for Non-violent Offenders

  Many thanks to the 634 citizens of Montpelier who participated in the annual Town Meeting Survey. Montpelier supported reduction of prison population, expressed concern about increased use of opiates, and supported increasing the minimum wage. Montpelier’s return was the highest in Washington County. Following are some of the comments....

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Flag Day – June 14

  In 1861 the first Flag Day was celebrated in Hartford, Connecticut, and in 1889, the state of New York passed a law calling for Flag Day in schools. In 1916, President Woodrow Wilson issued a proclamation asking that June 14 be observed as Flag Day. The statute stipulated: “It shall be the duty of the state superintendent of public schools t...

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2014 Legislative Report

  by Sen. Bill Doyle   Below are some of the results of the 2014 Legislative Session.   GMOs: Requires food sold in Vermont containing genetic engineering to be labeled.   ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT: Establishes a fund to retain and attract businesses.   TOXIC SUBSTANCES: Requires manufacturers of children’s products to identify...

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Middlesex Supports Statewide Cell and Broadband

  Many thanks to the 119 citizens of Middlesex for returning the Town Meeting Survey. This was the largest return ever! Middlesex gave strong support to cell and broadband, reducing prison population through alternatives for non-violent offenders, and also showed great concern about the use of opiates. The following are some of the comments fr...

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Marshfield Concerned About Opiates

  Many thanks to the 65 citizens of Marshfield who responded to the Town Meeting Questionnaire. Marshfield supported the legalization of marijuana, supported labeling of food and the creation of a state bank. Marshfield comments and results are as follows.   Wind “We can’t have wind turbines on every ridgeline in the state and fragmenting...

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