New England Municipal Government News Headlines

Recent news stories related to municipal government in New England (and issues being faced on the local level) include these articles:

CT: As cost rises, Stonington surveys bus usage (The Westerly Sun)

ME: Portland changes morning bell times for some elementary and middle schools (The Portland Press Herald)

MA: Stormwater costs set to swell (The Sun Chronicle)

NH: New sidewalks giving downtown Exeter a facelift (New Hampshire Union Leader)

RI: Firefighters get bonus for being healthy (Warwick Beacon)

VT: School Districts Can’t Leave Act 46 Study Committees, Ed. Secretary Says (Vermont Public Radio)

National: The Hidden Risks of a Growing Way to Pay for Infrastructure (Governing Magazine)

Background information:

Town of Stonington, CT

Portland, ME, Public Schools

City of Portland, ME

Town of Exeter, NH

City of Warwick, RI

Vermont Agency of Education: Act 46: Unification to Achieve Sustainable Governance – 2015

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Thomas Lopatosky is editor & publisher of New England City & Town.
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