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Randolph Wins Energy Economy Competition: A ‘Climate Economy’ Boost for Development

By Sandy Vondrasek as seen in the Randolph Herald: https://www.ourherald.com/articles/randolph-wins-energy-economy-competit...

With the recent closure of several Randolph businesses— including Belmain’s, a retail anchor in the downtown— concern about the town’s economic future has been running high.

Randolph Selected for the Climate Economy Model Communities Program

The Vermont Council on Rural Development (VCRD) joined with partners Efficiency Vermont and Green Mountain Power to announce that Randolph has been selected as the next community to participate in the Climate Economy Model Communities Program. In the coming months this program will bring the citizens of Randolph together to develop locally identified initiatives that increase prosperity and affordability in an age of climate change.

Vermont Climate Action Commission - Preliminary Recommendations

When Governor Phil Scott announced the formation of the Vermont Climate Action Commission, he charged the Commission to develop at least three recommendations by January 1, 2018. This report outlines that preliminary set of recommendations. The Commission will continue to look at possible policy options to meet Vermont's greenhouse gas and clean energy goals.

Newport City Community Picks Top Priorities: Task Forces In February Will Focus On Attracting Business, Tourism, Events, Plus Health, Early Ed & Welfare

By Robin Smith, as seen in the Caledonian Record: http://www.caledonianrecord.com/news/local/newport-city-community-picks-...

NEWPORT CITY — Nearly 100 people gathered Wednesday evening to pick the top priorities they can do to improve life in Newport City for the coming year.

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