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Proposed communications tower divides Enosburgh neighborhood

A Massachusetts company wants to put up a roughly 150-foot-tall tower at a farm on Bordoville Road that would provide radio communication. In the future, the structure also could host antennas for cellular service. Read the story on VTDigger here: Proposed communications tower divides Enosburgh neighborhood.
BURLINGTON, VT
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Winooski’s noncitizen voting expected to survive lawsuit

The national and state arms of the Republican Party filed suit against Winooski and Montpelier last fall, arguing that charter changes in the two cities affording noncitizens the right to vote in local elections were unconstitutional. Read the story on VTDigger here: Winooski’s noncitizen voting expected to survive lawsuit.
WINOOSKI, VT

Bill Schubart: Will artificial intelligence make life better or just make business more profitable?

Artificial intelligence holds promise in many areas, but if it’s designed solely to wring human costs out of business enterprise and gather personal data to be remarketed at a profit, it will not serve humanity well. Read the story on VTDigger here: Bill Schubart: Will artificial intelligence make life better or just make business more profitable?.
BURLINGTON, VT

Don Keelan: In the Legislature, is it time to make some changes?

It is critical to have the best possible Vermonters in place, crafting the future laws of our state. These best Vermonters should not have to be independently wealthy to serve. It should not be a financial hardship to serve in the Legislature. Read the story on VTDigger here: Don Keelan: In the Legislature, is it time to make some changes? .
MONTPELIER, VT

Springfield, no stranger to factory shutdowns, hopeful laid-off workers can find work in hot market

JELD-WEN, a window and door manufacturer, laid off 80 workers at its North Springfield site on Wednesday, and plans to let go of 10 more. The state Department of Labor aims to connect those who lost their jobs with local firms looking for workers. Read the story on VTDigger here: Springfield, no stranger to factory shutdowns, hopeful laid-off workers can find work in hot market.
SPRINGFIELD, VT

Leahy, Sanders and Welch vote for bipartisan gun safety legislation

Vermont’s congressional delegation joined majorities in the U.S. Senate and House in backing the Bipartisan Safer Communities Act, which is likely to be the first significant gun safety package signed into law in decades. Read the story on VTDigger here: Leahy, Sanders and Welch vote for bipartisan gun safety legislation.
VERMONT STATE