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: Middletown Area Transit bus riders plead for solution to significant route cuts (Middletown Press)

ME: RSU 9 increases student, adult meal prices (Sun Journal)

MA: Farming takes root in the city (The Herald News)

NH: Portsmouth’s downtown named to National Register of Historic Places | New Hampshire

RI: Homelessness on the rise as rents climb (The Valley Breeze)

VT: Energy upgrades: Spontaneous surplus proposal scrapped (The Brattleboro Reformer)

Region: Dartmouth Study Finds Heavier Rainfall May Be Region’s ‘New Normal’ (Valley News)

National: Light Lessons: Looking to the past and the future for school daylighting applications (American School & University)

Background information:

City of Middletown, CT

Mount Blue Regional School District, Farmington, ME (Chesterville, Farmington, Industry, New Sharon, New Vineyard, Starks, Temple, Vienna, Weld, and Wilton)

Mount Blue High School, Farmington, ME

Town of Farmington, ME

Town of New Sharon, ME

Town of Starks, ME

Town of Temple, ME

Town of Vienna, ME

Town of Weld, ME

Town of Wilton, ME

City of Fall River, MA

City of Portsmouth, NH

City of Pawtucket, RI

Town of Brattleboro, VT

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