administration e-mails discussing a round of 400 state job cuts say members of
the House Appropriations Committee are like children and scold one agency secretary
for not being supportive enough of the cuts.
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Entergy company faced tough questions this week about its financial health after federal regulators approve a spin-off company;
congressman is criticizing a Vermont-New Hampshire youth baseball team’s trip
to Cuba next week…
administration is urging the state workers’ union to use a provision in their
labor contract, rather than Vermont’s public records law, to get access to
records relating to 400 state job cuts.
The Douglas administration is demanding
$1,700 from the Vermont State Employees’ Association if the union wants to look
at public records related to the 400 state job cuts Gov. Jim Douglas has
The longtime head
of the Vermont State Employees Association is stepping down.
Annie Noonan is
resigning after 28 years with the union that represents Vermont state workers, half of that time as director.