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TICONDEROGA | Ticonderoga Police Chief Michael Mawn said he will be forced to resign by the end of the month unless the state Civil Service Commission grants a waiver that protects the pension he earned during a career as a New York state trooper. more

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PLATTSBURGH | As budget season gets underway, state Senate Republicans are proposing a series of tax cuts designed to reduce the high tax burden they say is causing people to flee the state in droves. more

The Sun

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RUTLAND | Officials of the City of Rutland and Rutland City Firefighters IAFF Local 2323 agreed to a labor contract on Nov. 13, which will run through the end of the city’s 2020 fiscal year. more

The Vermont Eagle

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State voters squashed the prospects of holding a constitutional convention last week. more

Editorials

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It’s that time of year when we dust off our bully pulpit and tell everyone to go vote. more

Editorials

The stakes are high on Election Day for anyone who lives in the Adirondack Park. more

Editorials

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PLATTSBURGH — Should public officials convicted of felony crimes be stripped of their pensions? more

The Sun 1 Comments

The letter last week from Dianne Iasevoli of Brant Lake was not only great penmanship but also a mind-blowing show of morality. more

Letters to the Editor

Over the past legislative session, the issue of divesting state pension funds of fossil fuel investments received considerable debate both in the State House and around Vermont. more

The Vermont Eagle

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Vermont’s governor and state treasurer have different ideas about the subcommittee being formed to investigate fossil-fuel divestment for the state’s $4 billion retirement fund. more

The Vermont Eagle

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MONTPELIER — Vermont’s divestment fight has focused on the wisdom of shuffling assets in the state’s pension fund, but some observers say Gov. Peter Shumlin’s agenda could have consequences for Vermont’s captive insurance industry as well. more

The Vermont Eagle

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