(Current residents are not able to apply.) The law also defines a qualifying worker as someone who works primarily from a home office or co-working space for a company based outside Vermont. "We need more people in the state and people participating in the workforce", said Joan Goldstein, the commissioner of Vermont's Department for Economic Development. The state has only budgeted for 100 grants to be given out over the next three years, on a first-come, first-serve basis beginning on January 1, 2019, and Goldstein says her office is already receiving inquiries.
But since the money is meant to reimburse expenses incurred in moving to Vermont-computer software, hardware, and broadband Internet, and fees for membership in a co-working space are specifically mentioned-it makes some sense.
So, you can't move to Vermont to open a branch of an out-of-state business; they're truly looking for lone wolves. "If the program is successful, we'd probably ask for more funding". As The Burlington Free Press notes, the state is aging faster than the rest of the USA, and has the third highest median age in the country.
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An attorney for 20-year-old Emily Weinman , of Philadelphia, told Philly.com the charges against Weinman are exaggerated. The officers involved in the incident have been identified as Ptlm. "You have a young lady who was out of control".
According to CNBC, the policy is meant to address the aging population of the state. The initiative, announced in March, aims to convert tourists into full-time residents. It's been tried several weekends this year so far, but attendance has been sparse. The program's next pilot weekend is in mid-August.
One of the bill's sponsors, Senator Virginia Lyons, said the law was aimed at bringing new workers into the state who will become productive members of their communities. Scott's called for measures he feels will make Vermont more economically attractive so young people will stay and others might move here, such as more housing and tuition-free college for National Guard members.