VT LAW - Burlington City Legal Issues

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Format: 2019-08-19
Format: 2019-08-19
The Vermont Supreme Court Hears Arguments re: the Public Trust Doctrine - 11/22/1988
The Vermont Supreme Court Hears Testimony re: the Public Trust Doctrine
#7 - Perspectives on Vermont's Growth - 05/18/1988
VT LAW - #7 - Perspectives on Vermont's Growth #7 - Perspectives on Vermont's Growth. Citizen comment excerpts from public meetings, comments from Gov. Kunin, Manni Lionni, George Hamilton, Frank Bryant, Mark Eldridge, Anthony Pollina....
# 6 - Sandy Bairds Leads a Discussion about Divorce, Custody and Domestic Violence - 03/23/1988
Sandy Bairds Leads a Discussion about Divorce, Custody and Domestic Violence
#5 - Side Judges, with Elizabeth Gretkowski - 02/01/1988
VT LAW #5 - Side Judges, with Elizabeth Gretkowski. Hosted by John Franco and Sandy Baird. Roz Payne there, but not talking
#4 - "Women, Poor People, and the Law", with Attorney Sandy Baird - 01/14/1988
"Women, Poor People, and the Law", John Franco and guest attorney Sandy Baird   Lori ??
#3 – Cable Company Sale and the City Hall Park Menorah - 12/15/1987
VT LAW – Cable Company Sale, interview with owner Bob McGill; City Hall Park Menorah Issues, with PSB chair Marj Power
#2 - The Burlington Waterfront and the Public Trust Doctrine - 11/12/1987
VT LAW #2 - The Burlington Waterfront and the Public Trust Doctrine, hosted by Asst. City Atty. John Franco
#1 - Medical Center Hospital of Vermont - 10/02/1987
#1 - Medical Center Hospital of Vermont, with John Franco (Asst. City Attorney), Ham Davis (Hospital Data Council), and Jeanne Keller (Former Burlington City Health Insurance Administrator).

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