advocates would like to see Vermont towns go back to
the renewable energy future by relying more heavily on hydroelectricity. They
say a bill to simplify the permit process that’s pending on Governor Peter
Shumlin’s desk would make that more likely, but skeptics say hydro is still too
inefficient and expensive.
We check in with Matt Cota, head of the
Vermont Fuel Dealers Association about trends in oil prices and how
customers are approaching this winter. Also, Jane Lindholm talks with mayor
Thomas Lauzon about how he envisions the city’s future.And Glover schoolkids help get veggies into their lunchroom.
One of Vermont’s most popular summer events, the History Expo, won’t be held next year; Secretary of State Deb Markowitz says an audit of optical scan voting machines shows the machines accurately counted votes on Election Day; more…