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A fair amount is happening in Vermont’s economic development arena this year, much of it outside state government and far outside the political rhetoric of campaigns. In reality, that makes a lot of sense. After all, businesses are conceived, started, flourish, or die outside of government.
Nonetheless, Vermont cities, towns, and villages – as well as the communities they foster – are central to the conversation about how to grow Vermont’s economy. What might economic development look like in your community? What kind of business or entrepreneur, if any, fits the character of your municipality? What innovative vision and supportive practices or regulatory environment will help the kinds of development your community wants? What home-grown businesses are already flourishing within your borders? Where will your children find or invent work?
You care about your city, town, or village tremendously – enough to be one of the Vermonters who commits untold hours to ensuring its smooth operation and continued vitality. So take a few minutes this summer to learn new ways to make the future you and your citizens want a reality.