Monthly Archives: October 2011

Spots still available for Road Safety 365 workshops next week

Vermont Local Roads will hold two “Road Safety 365” workshops next week after successfully piloting the new workshop last spring. The workshop will take place in St. Albans Tuesday, November 1 and Rutland Wednesday November 2. There are a few spots … Continue reading

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Vermont Team Competes in National Wastewater Competition in Los Angeles

Nathan Lavallee, who works for the town of Milton; Erik Bailey, Winooski; Brian Mattison, Hinesburg; and Dick Perez of Hoyle and Tanner Engineering in Burlington competed in the national wastewater professionals competition during the Water Environment Federation Technical Exhibition and Conference … Continue reading

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FEMA Deadlines Extended

Gov. Shumlin: Deadlines Extended for FEMA Assistance MONTPELIER – Gov. Peter Shumlin today announced that the Federal Emergency Management Agency approved an extension to the deadline for individuals and municipalities to apply for federal disaster assistance.  The deadline for Individual … Continue reading

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VLCT Town Fair

The Vermont Local Roads staff attended the 39th Annual Vermont League of Cities & Towns Municipal Fair at the Killington Mountain Resort last Thursday. The day provided us with an opportunity to reach out to our many clients throughout the state. … Continue reading

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Sen. Leahy Working to Permanently Reduce Truck Traffic in Downtowns

The Senate Appropriations Committee advanced legislation by Senator Patrick Leahy (D-Vt.) last month that would permanently move heavy trucks off state secondary roads and onto the state’s Interstate highways.  Read the complete news release here: http://leahy.senate.gov/press/press_releases/release/?id=a79a313d-e442-46df-9cb3-3b5865e1f2b8

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