The Senate today passed S. 154, a bill that will fully fund the town highway aid payments in April 2009. The Douglas Administration and the Legislature had previously agreed to withhold half of the $3 million, quarterly payment because of the state’s fiscal situation. The state’s Transportation Fund revenues continue to sag. The Transportation Fund in March was $400,000 below its target. The reaction from the Vermont League of Cities and Towns, which lobbies on behalf of municipalities, was unequivocally opposed to the cuts because it would force the towns to either cut highway projects or raise taxes. Vermonters can not afford to let their local roads and bridges fall into a further state of disrepair or pay higher property taxes, saidSenator Mazza, Chair of the Senate Transportation Committee. By passing this bill, the Senate has ensured that town s will not be forced to defer construction maintenance or raise Vermonters property taxes. It has been the Senate s intent all along to fully fund the towns with their April payments, said Senator Peter Shumlin. Towns will be able to use these much needed funds to pave our roads, repair our bridges and create good paying jobs for Vermonters.The bill passed the Senate, 26 to 0, and now moves to the House for consideration.
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AddThis Sharing ButtonsShare to FacebookFacebookShare to TwitterTwitterShare to MoreAddThisALPENA, Mich –The Alpena Brain Injury Support Group in collaboration with the Brain Injury Association of Michigan has started a local onlinesupport group to help caregivers, family and friends work with those suffering from brain injuries.The Brain Injury Association of Michigan designed a support group to share information, experiences and gain knowledge about brain injuries.According to the support group facilitator , Sandy Smith, injuries that impact the brain are easily undetected.Smith said there are signs that could indicate you may be suffering unknowingly from a brain injury which are considered silent injuries.According to Clinical Social Worker, Nancy Kotwicki, there are additional indicators that may be related to brain injuries such as isolating, depressionor anxiety.Kotwicki also said brain injuries can result from a fall, domestic abuse and other injuries but remedies are available.The Brain Injury Association is currently meeting by Zoom but will be meeting at Mid Michigan in Alpena once in–person meetings resume.The group meets on the 2nd Monday of each month from 6 p.m. to 8 p.m.Registration is required and for those interested in signing up, you can do soand for those interested in signing up, you can visit www.biami.orgAddThis Sharing ButtonsShare to FacebookFacebookShare to TwitterTwitterShare to MoreAddThisContinue ReadingPrevious 4th of July Fireworks are a go this yearNext J.C. Penney making steps toward closing its doors for good
When open: Store hours are from 7:30 a.m. to 6 p.m. Monday – Friday and 7:30 a.m. to 4 p.m. on Saturdays. by Tracy McCue, Sumner Newscow â€” A shipment of over 200 live Christmas trees have been delivered from the state of Michigan to Mill Creek Lumber at 623 E. 16th Street in Wellingtonâ€¦ and these are beauties.Shipped with some northern Michigan snow, a large selection of Frasier Fir, Douglas Fir, Grand Fir, Concolor (White) Fir and Scotch Pines arrived on the doorstep at the Wellington’s Mill Creek Sunday evening and are now ready for sale.The trees range from five to 10 feet.Mill Creek General Manager Brandon Earl shows off a “kissing” ball as part of the many Christmas decorative items on sale at the Wellington store.Mill Street will give you the ultimate full service treatment. Not only will they give the tree a fresh cut, but they will bale it and load it on your truck ready for you to take home.This is part of the many Christmas items, Mill Creek Lumber is selling. Check out the Christmas wreaths, garland, kissing balls and wood reindeer to decorate your home.Zippo hand warmerAnd while you are at it, ask about the Zippo Hand Warmer which after enduring the frigid weather this past week is a great, great stocking stuffer. See information here: http://zippooutdoor.com/golf-blogger-zippo-hand-warmer-review/ Call them: 620-326-2083. E-mail them: firstname.lastname@example.org. Fax them: 620-326-2004. Check out Mill Creekâ€™s Facebook page at: https://www.facebook.com/millcreeklumber/timeline