Gov. Phil Scott

  By Mike Eldred MONTPELIER- Late Thursday afternoon, Gov. Phil Scott issued an order dismissing in-person education at Vermont schools for the remainder of the school year.
The latest order supersedes his earlier order, which closed schools until April 6. Under the order, districts...
MONTPELIER- Vermont Governor Phil Scott issued a “stay at home” order Tuesday afternoon, requiring all non-essential businesses to stop any in-person operations by 5 pm Wednesday. 
The order does not affect essential businesses including grocers, pharmacies, retailers of essential supplies...
MONTPELIER- At his press conference Monday, Gov. Phil Scott told Vermonters to expect additional mitigation measures soon, although he stopped short of calling for a “shelter in place” order. “At the state level we've done a lot to make sure people are social-distancing,” Gov. Scott said, “as...
17 MARCH 2020 Montpelier, Vt. – Governor Phil Scott today issued a directive and announced additional guidance for preK-12 schools and childcare centers in response to the COVID-19 pandemic.  The Governor directed childcare centers across the state to close normal operations but encourages...
16 MARCH 2020 Montpelier, Vt. – Governor Phil Scott today announced new guidance in response to COVID-19, commonly known as the novel coronavirus. Today’s guidance updates the executive order he issued on March 13, which declared a state of emergency in Vermont.
 
First, as...
15 MARCH 2020 Montpelier, Vt. –  In response to the COVID-19 pandemic, Governor Phil Scott has announced a Continuity of Education Plan for the orderly dismissal of all schools, and cancellation of all school related activities, no later than Wednesday, March 18. This directive, which will be...
13 MARCH 2020 Montpelier, Vt. – Governor Phil Scott today issued an executive order to declare a state of emergency in Vermont in response to COVID-19, commonly known as the new coronavirus. With this executive order, the Governor can exercise his emergency powers to take important community...
NEWFANE - On Wednesday, Kerry McDonald-Cady, of Dover, was sworn in to the judiciary by Gov. Phil Scott. 
The swearing-in happened in front of a packed courtroom at the courthouse in Newfane, which was filled with McDonald-Cady’s family, including her husband Chris Cady and their children...
MONTPELIER- Gov. Phil Scott recently released the Vermont Department of Tourism and Marketing’s 2017 Tourism Benchmark Study.  
The study, published every two years, evaluates and tracks the impact tourism has on the state’s economy.  According to a statement released by the governor’s...

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