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Mia Schultz has watched three other Black women in Vermont resign from leadership posts in the mostly white state because of harassment and threats. She’s also seen Black acquaintances move away from the progressive state that is home to Bernie Sanders and Ben & Jerry’s ice cream because…

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BRATTLEBORO — Setting the town on a path toward evaluating systems and addressing injustices, the Select Board unanimously voted to authorize town staff to move forward on implementing recommendations outlined in a community safety report.

WESTMINSTER — A morning fire at 1060 Davidson Hill Road resulted in the home’s destruction and the loss of three pet chihuahuas.

BRATTLEBORO — Setting the town on a path toward evaluating systems and addressing injustices, the Select Board unanimously voted to authorize town staff to move forward on implementing recommendations outlined in a community safety report.

MARLBORO — James Agate was voted to a three-year term on the Select Board and voters approved $300,000 for the general fund and $380,000 for the highway budget during Tuesday's Australian ballot voting.

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MARLBORO — James Agate was voted to a three-year term on the Select Board and voters approved $300,000 for the general fund and $380,000 for the highway budget during Tuesday's Australian ballot voting.

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HALIFAX — In a race where building trust in the local government was a recurring theme among candidates, a three-year term on the Select Board went to Peter Silverberg.

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BELLOWS FALLS — Rockingham voters overwhelmingly elected three newcomers to town government Tuesday, electing Bonnie North to a three-year seat and Rick Cowan and Elijah Zimmer to the two, one-year terms.

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GUILFORD — Voters in Guilford approved the town budget of $838,215 and the highway fund at $973,457. They also approved $238,450 for the Guilford Volunteer Fire Department and $35,000 for its capital improvement fund.

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TOWNSHEND — Town voters approved spending $187,000 of surplus highway funds to purchase a new 2021 Western Star dump truck to replace a 2011 Freightliner "that has a $0 trade value and is not currently road worthy," according to the town warrant.

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NEWFANE — There were no contested races in Newfane, where Angela Litchfield Sanborn earned a three-year seat on the Select Board and Ann Golob and Katy Johnson-Aplin each received one-year terms on the board.

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WILMINGTON — In a 290-184 vote, residents supported taking out a $5.5 million bond to relocate the fire and police stations to a new public safety facility on town-owned land next to the Old School Community Center at 40 Beaver St.

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