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November 21, 2022
Vermont Emergency Management (VEM) currently has nearly $37 million in grant funding available to Vermont municipalities seeking to undertake hazard mitigation and resiliency projects, with little or no local cost share required.  
November 8, 2022
VLCT’s Unemployment Insurance (UI) Trust 2023 renewals were mailed to current members on November 10. Please contact Kelley Avery, kavery@vlct.org, at VLCT if you are a current UI member with any questions regarding your 2023 renewal.
November 8, 2022
EyeMed Vision Care® asks members of VLCT's Vision Insurance program to either email their group's enrollment/change forms to enroll@eyemed.com or make changes directly in the EyeManage online portal, rather than faxing forms as they might have in the past.
November 8, 2022
The Vermont Department of Environmental Conservation (DEC) has nearly $294,000 available for diesel emissions reduction grants. The Vermont Diesel Emissions Reduction Financial Assistance Program provides technical assistance and incentive funding for projects that reduce emissions from diesel powered vehicles, engines, and non-road equipment.
October 28, 2022
The State of Vermont has created a one-stop-shop for all State Fiscal Recovery Fund (State ARPA) programs that are available to municipalities as eligible applicants.  It can be found HERE.  For each program this document provides the:

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