The State Board of Education has named a new Acting Commissioner; The incoming head of the Vermont Agency of Transportation says there aren’t going to be many changes after he becomes secretary; The next priest sex abuse trial against Burlington’s Roman Catholic Diocese is scheduled to begin in August; The state Agency of Human Services has abandoned a plan to contract with a Missouri company to provide rides to Medicaid patients; Vermont’s honey bees have made it through the winter in good form; and commentator Deborah Luskin considers generating local hydro-power.

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VPR Evening News May 27th, 2008

05/27/08 6:09PM By Neal Charnoff
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The State Board of Education has named a new Acting Commissioner; The incoming head of the Vermont Agency of Transportation says there aren’t going to be many changes after he becomes secretary; The next priest sex abuse trial against Burlington’s Roman Catholic Diocese is scheduled to begin in August; The state Agency of Human Services has abandoned a plan to contract with a Missouri company to provide rides to Medicaid patients; Vermont’s honey bees have made it through the winter in good form; and commentator Deborah Luskin considers generating local hydro-power.

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