ECOS in Action: The State of Chittenden County - ECOS Leaders Reflect on Accomplishments, Trends, High Priority Actions

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CCRPC Executive Director Charlie Baker, Martha Maksym, Executive Director of United Way of Chittenden County, and Tom Torti, President and CEO of Lake Champlain Regional Chamber of Commerce, speak to the accomplishments of the ECOS project in addressing: Attractive enviroment for responsible growth; Transportation,zoning, sewer and clean lake initiatives; Retention of jobs and marketing of the region for jobs; Reducing the widening income gap; Interconnectedness of educatoin, income, health; Housing Affordability and the importance of education.

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