Investing in Vermont's Future Questionnaire
Vermont has a once in a lifetime opportunity to transform and shape the future of our state. Thanks to federal stimulus funds, a surge in state revenues, and more potential federal funds on the way, the Vermont Legislature is positioned to make historic investments in Vermont's pandemic recovery, address critical infrastructure needs, support Vermonters' health and well-being, and strengthen Vermont's communities, businesses, environment, and climate.
Legislative leaders Jill Krowinski, Speaker of the House, and Becca Balint, Senate President Pro Tem, are committed to working with you to navigate this historic moment. This fall, we’re conducting “Investing in Vermont’s Future: Community Conversations” to make sure the opportunity is informed by the voices of Vermonters and the experiences of their day-to-day lives. We’re reaching out to people across the state through regional Town Hall meetings, intentional small group conversations, and this online questionnaire.
We want to know what you care about, struggle with in your communities, and what you envision for Vermont’s future. Please share your ideas below. Your answers, along with responses from all the other Community Conversations, will be used to inform policy and budgetary work when the Legislature convenes in January.
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What's one thing that's working well in your community and/or in Vermont?
What is one of the biggest challenges facing your community and/or Vermont in the upcoming year?
What's one investment could we make that would lead to positive change in your community and/or in Vermont?
Have you participated, or are you registered to participate, in an event or conversation with Speaker Jill Krowinski or Senator Becca Balint this fall?
I don't know
Please help us hear from people whose voices have been missing from the legislative process. Who else should we invite to participate (including individuals, groups or communities)? What is the best way to reach them?
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