Vermont Health Care Innovation Project: Disability Competencies Training for Front-line Care Managers, In-Person, Session #2 06/17/2016

Vermont Health Care Innovation Project Core Competency Training Series: Disability Awareness Training - Part 2

  • Universal design/accessibility
  • Communication and interaction
  • Tools for improved communication

Judge Ben: Woodside Juvenile Rehabilitation Center 06/17/2016

Judge Ben Joseph hosts a conversation with Jay W. Simons, Director of the Woodside Juvenile Rehabilitation Center, the only detention facility for juveniles in the State of Vermont. 

#WeAreOrlando 06/13/2016

One of the largest rallies in the city's history, the Burlington community came together to sing, to march, and to speak out against violence in the wake of the Orlando nightclub shootings. Speakers include Sen. Bernie Sanders (I-Vt.), Kim Fountain, Executive Director of the Pride Center, Mayor Miro Weinberger, local imam Islam Hassan, and LGBT advocate Jason Lorber. 

Nuclear Free Future: Obama in Hiroshima - Nuclear Waste Watchdog Kevin Kamps of Beyond Nuclear Discusses Historic Visit 06/03/2016

Kevin Kamps, Nuclear Waste Watchdog of Beyond Nuclear, discusses President Obama’s visit to Hiroshima 71 years after US atomic bomb dropped on the Japanese city.

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FOCUS: Fracked Gas in Vermont 06/03/2016

Dr. Terence Cuneo and Kari Cuneo of Williston talk about how the fracked gas pipeline in Vermont has negatively impacted their lives.

Terence and Kari Cuneo of Williston, Vermont discuss the State of Vermont’s threat to seize their land by eminent domain to accommodate the Vermont Gas (VGS) fracked gas pipeline extension through Addison County. They bring us up to date on their problems with the Vermont Department of Public Services and how that agency dealt with the landowners’ right to resist the extension of the fracked gas pipeline onto their properties. Questions raised and answered in this discussion: Does the VGS project make financial sense? Is it good state policy? Does it make ethical sense?

Bill Doyle on Vermont Issues - Baylen Slote 06/02/2016

Bill Doyle talks with acupuncturist Baylen Slote.

Lifelines 06/02/2016

Pro-life issues talk show with guest CareNet.

Press Conference - GMO Labeling Celebration 06/01/2016

GMO Labeling Celebration - June 1, 2016

Vermont Affordable Housing Show: Wrap-up of the Vermont State Legislative Session 06/01/2016

Erhard Mahnke speaks to Karen Lafayette, Advocate for the Vermont Low Income Advocacy Council, on what the Legislature did affecting housing, homelessness, and poverty issues.

More information on Housing Discrimination Law Project of Vermont Legal Aid:  |

If you think you’ve been discriminated against or if you just keep hearing that the apartment is already rented, contact: 1-800-889-2047  |

More information on Fair Housing:  CVOEO Fair Housing Project  |  |  802-864-3334 Ext. 202

Vermont Human Rights Commission:  |  1-800-416-2010

Affirmatively Furthering Fair Housing resources from the National Low Income Housing Coalition:

You can contact Erhard at erhardm '@' | (802) 660-9484 |

Senator Patrick Leahy: EPA's Gina McCarthy Joins Leahy and Welch to Announce New Brownfields Grants 05/20/2016

U.S. Environmental Protection Agency Administrator Gina McCarthy, Senator Patrick Leahy, Congressman Peter Welch, Governor Peter Shumlin, and Mayor Miro Wienberger announce the selection of 218 Brownfields Grant investments across the country, including in Vermont.

The Brownfields Assessment Grants of $400,000 each to Chittenden County Regional Planning Commission (CCRPC) and the Windham Regional Commission (WRC) will support the assessment of brownfields sites, the redevelopment of which is complicated by the possible presence of environmental contamination.

Both the State of Vermont and the City of Burlington have active brownfields redevelopment programs.

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Local Access Organizations Sign Forward Thinking Agreement with Burlington Telecom

An interactive program guide, HD channels, video on demand, improving local PEG channel quality, are just a few examples of this agreement meeting community needs for the creation and distribution of locally produced media. Creatives, citizens, nonprofits, activists and local municipalities all avail themselves of community access services. The support of Burlington Telecom for the work of local community access centers shows a continued support for the citizens and residents of Burlington. 


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