With tag: neale_lunderville
Former Douglas Official Joins GMP
Green Mountain Power says Neale Lunderville, the former secretary of administration, will head up GMP's efforts to move to smart-grid technology.
Union to try to block layoffs
A union that
represents state workers says it's going to court to stop the layoff of more
than 120 people, 100 of whom are to be let go Friday.
VSEA balks on pay cuts; may face layoffs
representing state workers is resisting calls by the Douglas administration for more pay cuts and is expected to face up to 320
State says more budget cuts on the way
Neale Lunderville says the cuts would be "in the neighborhood" of $28
million and could include layoffs.
Morning Newscast: May 16, 2008
By Mitch Wertlieb
Here are the top stories at 7:30 a.m.:
The top member of Governor Jim Douglas's cabinet, Mike Smith, plans to leave the
administration this summer, but
he'll be replaced by Transportation Secretary Neale Lunderville; Acting
Health Commissioner Sharon Moffat is also stepping down;A farm bill includes provision allowing Bromley Resort to buy Green Mountain National Forest land is drawing criticism...
Transportation Secretary says he’s open to new funding sources
By Ross Sneyd
Vermont's top transportation official says he's willing to
consider new ways of raising money to pay for road and bridge repair.
Transportation Secretary Neale Lunderville says raising taxes is not one of the
alternatives that the administration would accept.
Vermont's Rough Roads
By Jane Lindholm
We talk about our state's deepest ruts and potholes with Transportation Secretary Neale
Lunderville and with the director of the National
Center at UVM. Also, we hear from the Vermont
Retail Association about whether or not Vermonters are opening their pocketbooks in today's economy. And commentator Peter Gilbert reflects on the 40th anniversary of Martin Luther King, Jr.'s death.