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Lawmakers, governor weigh first ever environmental justice policy for Vermont

Vermont has a reputation for strong environmental regulations. But it’s one of the last states in New England to have an environmental justice policy on the books, even though the EPA has been pushing for it to happen since 2016. Lawmakers are weighing a bill this week that would create one.

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Buy or say bye South Burlington residents feel housing crunch first hand

South Burlington residents feel housing crunch first hand

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Fed up with dog-doo, Burlington apartments resort to DNA tracing

Fed up with dog-doo, Burlington apartments resort to DNA tracing

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Housing Letter to Lawmakers

Housing Letter to Lawmakers

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How Vermont Housing scams have risen over the past few years

Housing scams in Vermont doubled during pandemic

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Burlington to Build 'Shelter Pods' for Homeless, Review Encampment Policy

The City of Burlington will use federal coronavirus relief funds to build a community of "shelter pods" for unhoused residents. The nearly $3 million plan, which won unanimous support from Burlington city councilors Monday night, also calls for hiring a new city staffer to help end chronic homelessness.