Mike Hebert

Type: Person
Name: Mike Hebert
First reported Jul 16 2014 - Updated Jul 16 2014 - 1 reports

Guilford seeks expert for bridge options

GUILFORD -- As it turns out, it is no simple task to come up with a plan for bypassing Guilford's Green River Covered Bridge.So Guilford Selectboard members, while still moving forward with plans to reinforce the historic wooden span, have decided to ... [Published Greenfield Town Crier - Jul 16 2014]
First reported Jul 10 2014 - Updated Jul 10 2014 - 1 reports

Changing limits on political signs panned

LAFAYETTE — The Zoning Commission says a proposal up for a vote next week would gut limits on political signs and leave residents “exposed to increased visual clutter.”The City-Parish Council on Tuesday is set to vote on lifting a ban on political signs ... [Published The Advocate - Jul 10 2014]
First reported Jul 02 2014 - Updated Jul 02 2014 - 1 reports

Lafayette Council Approves Comprehensive Plan

Lafayette Comprehensive Plan, FacebookThe Lafayette Comprehensive Plan is set in stone after it earned final approval from the council Tuesday night.The body voted 6-3 to approve a resolution supporting the plan. Council members Jared Bellard, District ... [Published 973 The Dawg - Jul 02 2014]
First reported Jun 25 2014 - Updated Jun 25 2014 - 1 reports

Proposed ordinance weakens political sign limit

We also have more stories about:(click the phrases to see a list)Subjects:Places:LAFAYETTE, Louisiana — An existing city ordinance that restricts campaign signs would be weakened under a proposal introduced by the Lafayette City-Parish Council.The Advertiser ... [Published Greenfield Daily Reporter - Jun 25 2014]
First reported Jun 25 2014 - Updated Jun 25 2014 - 1 reports

Citing free speech concerns, Lafayette council considers abolishing politial sign regulation

LAFAYETTE — The City-Parish Council is considering doing away with a regulation that bans political signs on private property in the city of Lafayette earlier than 90 days before an election.City-parish government stopped enforcing the prohibition earlier ... [Published The Advocate - Jun 25 2014]
First reported Jun 21 2014 - Updated Jun 21 2014 - 1 reports

Not many primary contests, filings show

The Vermont Statehouse (Wikimedia Commons)BRATTLEBORO -- The only excitement is in the Senate.That's the picture that emerged over the past week as state officials finalized a list of candidates who have filed papers to run for Windham County's legislative ... [Published Greenfield Town Crier - Jun 21 2014]
First reported May 13 2014 - Updated May 13 2014 - 1 reports

Vernon tax break will expire in 2019

VERNON -- After extended negotiations in Montpelier, the town's property owners now know when their valuable tax break will expire.As the 2014 Legislative session wound down last week, lawmakers agreed on a bill that will phase out Vernon's 25 percent ... [Published Greenfield Town Crier - May 13 2014]
First reported May 10 2014 - Updated May 10 2014 - 1 reports

Lawmakers OK child-care union

BRATTLEBORO -- As a veteran of the child-care business, Kay Curtis wants to ensure that "Vermont has the best early education system in the country."The owner of Happy Hands -- A School for Little People, based in Brattleboro, Curtis believes the state ... [Published Greenfield Town Crier - May 10 2014]
First reported May 05 2014 - Updated May 05 2014 - 1 reports

Vernon tax break gets an extra year in the Senate

VERNON -- The Vermont Senate says Vernon residents should keep their property tax break for a little longer than previously proposed.The Senate has voted to gradually phase out Vernon's 25-percent reduction in the state property tax rate by 2019, giving ... [Published Greenfield Town Crier - May 05 2014]
First reported May 03 2014 - Updated May 03 2014 - 1 reports

Local lawmakers split on forced school mergers

BRATTLEBORO -- Rep. Tristan Toleno sees a big problem in Vermont's educational system -- "deficits in opportunity" from school to school, with some students having less access to classes and services than others.But the Brattleboro Democrat on Wednesday ... [Published Battleboro Reformer - May 03 2014]
First reported Apr 26 2014 - Updated Apr 26 2014 - 1 reports

Most local reps favor food labels, marijuana program

BRATTLEBORO -- For state Rep. Mike Hebert, the debate over Vermont's proposed GMO-labeling law came down to money -- and its possible influence.Though the Vernon Republican last year supported a House-approved labeling bill for genetically modified food, ... [Published Greenfield Town Crier - Apr 26 2014]
First reported Apr 12 2014 - Updated Apr 12 2014 - 1 reports

House proposes phasing out Vernon tax break

Vermont Yankee nuclear power plant in Vernon (Entergy Corp.)VERNON -- A property-tax break benefiting town residents would continue but would be phased out over a period of three years, according to the latest proposal in the state Legislature.Due to ... [Published Greenfield Town Crier - Apr 12 2014]

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"it went to conference committee, and all day thursday and friday i worked to try and convince the house to see it my way" Hebert said

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Guilford seeks expert for bridge options [Published Greenfield Town Crier - Jul 16 2014]
Changing limits on political signs panned [Published The Advocate - Jul 10 2014]
Lafayette Council Approves Comprehensive Plan [Published 973 The Dawg - Jul 02 2014]
Proposed ordinance weakens political sign limit [Published Greenfield Daily Reporter - Jun 25 2014]
Citing free speech concerns, Lafayette council ... [Published The Advocate - Jun 25 2014]
Not many primary contests, filings show [Published Greenfield Town Crier - Jun 21 2014]
Vernon tax break will expire in 2019 [Published Greenfield Town Crier - May 13 2014]
Lawmakers OK child-care union [Published Greenfield Town Crier - May 10 2014]
Vernon tax break gets an extra year in the Senate [Published Greenfield Town Crier - May 05 2014]
Local lawmakers split on forced school mergers [Published Battleboro Reformer - May 03 2014]
Most local reps favor food labels, marijuana pr... [Published Greenfield Town Crier - Apr 26 2014]
House proposes phasing out Vernon tax break [Published Greenfield Town Crier - Apr 12 2014]
Vernon town, school budget votes set [Published Greenfield Town Crier - Mar 26 2014]
Vernon principal heading to Brattleboro's Green... [Published Greenfield Town Crier - Mar 26 2014]
Vernon mulls school cuts, May 6 revote [Published Greenfield Town Crier - Mar 12 2014]
Vernon school budget fails [Published Greenfield Town Crier - Mar 06 2014]
Dover prepares for Act 148 [Published Greenfield Town Crier - Feb 04 2014]
Lafayette boundary ordinance up for adoption [Published The Washington Times stories: News - Feb 03 2014]
Vernon board defends budget [Published Greenfield Town Crier - Feb 01 2014]
Vernon proposes school budget [Published Greenfield Town Crier - Jan 28 2014]
Lawmakers tackle water cleanup, sick time, addi... [Published Greenfield Town Crier - Jan 25 2014]
Lawmakers praise gov's pitch for road, ag funding [Published Greenfield Town Crier - Jan 18 2014]
Finances, taxes among state lawmakers' priorities [Published Battleboro Reformer - Jan 04 2014]
Vernon board discusses school-spending cuts [Published Greenfield Town Crier - Jan 02 2014]
Vernon at 'crossroads' for trash collection [Published Greenfield Town Crier - Nov 08 2013]
Vernon targets 30 percent budget cut [Published Greenfield Town Crier - Nov 06 2013]
Lawmakers visit Vernon to discuss future withou... [Published Battleboro Reformer - Oct 29 2013]
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