Mike Hebert

Type: Person
Name: Mike Hebert
First reported Apr 18 2014 - Updated Apr 18 2014 - 1 reports

Editorial: Traffic camera lawsuits should move forward

Lafayette Consolidated Government will move forward within the next 30 days with lawsuits to collect unpaid traffic camera fines, City-Parish Attorney Mike Hebert was quoted as saying last week in The Daily Advertiser.He had made the same statement last ... [Published Opelousas Daily World - Apr 18 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]
First reported Apr 09 2014 - Updated Apr 09 2014 - 1 reports

Council supports bill exempting Horse Farm from La. lease law

Legislation that would exempt the former UL Horse Farm and adjacent property from the state lease law drew unanimous support Tuesday from the Lafayette City-Parish Council.State Rep. Joel Robideaux, R-Lafayette, introduced House Bill 992 but asked for ... [Published Monroe News Star - Apr 09 2014]
First reported Mar 26 2014 - Updated Mar 26 2014 - 1 reports

Vernon town, school budget votes set

VERNON -- The debate over Vernon's town and school budgets has been pushed into May.The Selectboard on Monday rescheduled a special Town Meeting for 6 p.m. May 5 at the elementary school's gym. That session will be for reconsideration of the town's fiscal ... [Published Greenfield Town Crier - Mar 26 2014]
First reported Mar 26 2014 - Updated Mar 26 2014 - 1 reports

Vernon principal heading to Brattleboro's Green Street

VERNON - With the Vermont Yankee nuclear power plant scheduled to shut by year's end, these are uncertain times for Vernon and its elementary school.But Principal Mark Speno says such issues did not play a role in his decision to leave Vernon Elementary ... [Published Greenfield Town Crier - Mar 26 2014]
First reported Mar 12 2014 - Updated Mar 12 2014 - 1 reports

Vernon mulls school cuts, May 6 revote

VERNON -- Less than a week after their proposed $4.4 million budget was rejected by just eight votes, Vernon School Board members gathered around a table and considered sending the same spending plan back to town residents.But after hearing a detailed ... [Published Greenfield Town Crier - Mar 12 2014]
First reported Mar 06 2014 - Updated Mar 06 2014 - 1 reports

Vernon school budget fails

VERNON -- Before Tuesday's vote on Vernon's school budget, board member Mike Hebert warned that "further reductions would mean drastic changes to our educational program."Residents may now get a chance to see what those changes are following the rejection ... [Published Greenfield Town Crier - Mar 06 2014]
First reported Feb 04 2014 - Updated Feb 04 2014 - 1 reports

Dover prepares for Act 148

DOVER -- Selectboard members were relieved to hear that new solid waste legislation will not bring financial penalties upon the town if residents and second homeowners do not abide by it."I don't think Act 148 is going to be very difficult for Dover," ... [Published Greenfield Town Crier - Feb 04 2014]
First reported Feb 01 2014 - Updated Feb 01 2014 - 1 reports

Vernon board defends budget

VERNON -- Earlier this week, Vernon town officials unveiled a proposed fiscal 2015 budget that included some deep cuts due to the pending closure of Vermont Yankee nuclear plant.But Vernon Elementary School’s proposed budget includes no major reductions, ... [Published Greenfield Town Crier - Feb 01 2014]
First reported Jan 28 2014 - Updated Jan 28 2014 - 1 reports

Vernon proposes school budget

VERNON -- Following months of line-by-line budget deliberations, the Vernon Town School Board has finalized a suggested spending plan for the next fiscal year.A public forum on the $4.4 million proposed budget for fiscal year 2015 is scheduled for 6 p.m. ... [Published Greenfield Town Crier - Jan 28 2014]
First reported Jan 25 2014 - Updated Jan 25 2014 - 1 reports

Lawmakers tackle water cleanup, sick time, addiction

BRATTLEBORO -- Local lawmakers are taking new steps to protect one of Vermont's most-precious resources -- the state's (reputedly) pristine streams, rivers, ponds and lakes.In the state Senate, the Natural Resources Committee is working on a version of ... [Published Greenfield Town Crier - Jan 25 2014]
First reported Jan 02 2014 - Updated Jan 02 2014 - 1 reports

Vernon board discusses school-spending cuts

VERNON -- Vernon School Board members are mulling staff changes, energy savings and other measures in anticipation of reduced revenues in a post-Vermont Yankee world.But officials say slicing expenses from a school budget requires an X-ACTO knife, not ... [Published Greenfield Town Crier - Jan 02 2014]

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"Certainly, I appreciate what they've done," Hebert added. "it helps the town of vernon."
"our target was to cut as much as we could without having a direct impact on the students" Hebert said
"there's been a change in the climate since you've been here" Hebert said

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Editorial: Traffic camera lawsuits should move ... [Published Opelousas Daily World - Apr 18 2014]
House proposes phasing out Vernon tax break [Published Greenfield Town Crier - Apr 12 2014]
Council supports bill exempting Horse Farm from... [Published Monroe News Star - Apr 09 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]
Flathead County attorney, sheriff, 2 others uno... [Published Missoulian - Mar 13 2014]
Vernon mulls school cuts, May 6 revote [Published Greenfield Town Crier - Mar 12 2014]
Lake County sheriff, attorney, 1 commissioner l... [Published Missoulian - 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]
Blue Santas brings joy to special child [Published Port Arthur News - Dec 24 2013]
Blue Santa brings Christmas joy to hundreds [Published Port Arthur News - Dec 21 2013]
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]
Guilford to complete water line from Brattleboro [Published Greenfield Town Crier - Oct 16 2013]
State lawmakers to discuss Vermont Yankee closure [Published Greenfield Town Crier - Oct 09 2013]
Quotes on Entergy's decision. [Published Greenfield Town Crier - Aug 28 2013]
Vernon wrestles with shutdown. [Published Greenfield Town Crier - Aug 28 2013]
State pledges cooperation, but questions remain. [Published Greenfield Town Crier - Aug 28 2013]
Keeping Sweet Pond in the 'public eye' [Published Greenfield Town Crier - Jul 30 2013]
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