Slightly radioactive water is still leaking from a pipe at the Vermont Yankee nuclear power plant; there’s a debate at the Statehouse about whether cars and trucks can go two years between state inspections;
In New Hampshire, the Legislature met its constitutional duty to
convene today. But then many lawmakers quickly left Concord to avoid
the worsening weather. In New York, Governor David Paterson gave his state of the state address.
Study says new electric power plants could make
sense for Vermont’s largest utilities; Dramatic increase in the number of calls
to The Women’s Rape Crisis Center in Burlington; The New
York State Senate back in session to vote on spending cuts; Vermonter
Andrew Wheating’s Olympic drive is over.
Town Meeting is just three weeks away, and we talk with with Secretary of State Deb Markowitz about the local balloting and the Vermont primary. Also, New York’s north country may be seeing an infusion of economic development aid, and we check in
with people ice fishing on Lake Champlain.