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News in Brief August 2022 – Vermont Biz

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S&P affirms and upgrades credit outlook for State of Vermont bonds
S&P Global Ratings has affirmed the State of Vermont’s AA+ (the second highest) general obligation bond ratings and revised the rating outlook from negative to stable. Vermont is still the highest rated New England state. In the ratings report, S&P wrote that the improved outlook is attributed to recent shifts in demographic trends, “retirement reforms designed to significantly reduce unfunded liabilities,” and historical credit strengths including “regular forecast updates, annual midyear budget adjustments, consistent reserve levels across economic cycles, and debt affordability oversight.” Vermont received the highest score possible in the financial management category. The state’s bond rating was downgraded by Moody’s and Fitch from triple A status in 2018 and 2019, respectively, and the assignment of a “negative outlook” by S&P in 2020.
State tax revenues again greater than expectations
The State’s General Fund, Transportation Fund (T-Fund), and Education Fund receipts in July were a combined $227.0 million, or 2.8%, above monthly consensus expectations. The General Fund, Education Fund and even the Transportation Fund all finished the month with revenues above target, marking a strong start for the new fiscal year. The sales tax, which feeds the Ed Fund, was particularly strong (plus 8.5%). General Fund revenues collected for the month totaled $136.6 million, $0.6 million above the monthly consensus cash flow revenue target.
The corporate income was particularly strong (plus 18.25%), while the personal income, which has been very robust, had a more modest month (plus 3.1%). The tourism-related rooms & meals tax, which also has been strong, was below targets (minus 3.55%) as set by state economists.
Revenues into the Transportation Fund exceeded monthly consensus expectations, bringing in $23
The Education Fund revenues were $4.9 million, or 7.9%, above the monthly consensus cash flow target, having collected $66.8 million in July.
Strong performance was to be expected given the still largely positive pace to retail and visitor activity in Vermont.
Vermont’s unemployment rate falls to 2.1 percent in July
Vermont’s seasonally adjusted unemployment rate fell one-tenth in July 2022 to 2.1 percent. All three major metrics showed positive results, as the labor force and number of employed increased and the number of people looking for work decreased. In addition, the civilian labor force participation rate rose to 61.7 percent in July, up one-tenth from June. The jobless rate has returned to pre-pandemic levels, but the labor force is still far behind and some 20,000 available jobs in Vermont are still unfilled. Vermont has the fifth lowest jobless rate in the nation.
Healthy Living Market receives Deane Davis Business of the Year Award
VermontBiz and the Vermont Chamber of Commerce announced August 17 that Healthy Living Market and Café is the winner of the prestigious and highly anticipated Deane C. Davis Outstanding Business of the Year Award, 2021. This annual award honors a Vermont business that shows an outstanding history of sustained growth while displaying an acute awareness of what makes Vermont unique. The award, named for the former governor of Vermont, was created 32 years ago by VermontBiz and the Vermont Chamber of Commerce to recognize and honor the state’s best companies.
Scott issues 10-point public safety enhancement and violence prevention action plan framework
Governor Phil Scott has issued his 10-point public safety enhancement and violence prevention action plan, laying out the framework of a comprehensive response to address violent crime and other public safety concerns across the state. To begin, Governor Scott has directed the commissioner of Public Safety and other agency and department executives – in partnership with other law enforcement entities, prosecutors, and the judiciary – to implement a 10-point plan focused on three core goals: To reinforce frontline law enforcement capacity and prioritize immediate reduction, prevention and prosecution of violent crime statewide; To expand prosecution capacity and help the courts address a backlog of cases; and To prioritize long-term violence prevention policies, systems, and services.
GMCB approves health insurance rates hikes of 11.7% for Blue Cross and 18.3% for MVP
The Green Mountain Care Board (GMCB) is requiring Blue Cross Blue Shield of Vermont (BCBSVT) and MVP Health Plan, Inc to lower the premiums they wanted to charge individuals and small businesses for health insurance plans in 2023. BCBSVT asked for a 15.4% increase and got 11.7% in the small group (business) plan; MVP asked for a 23.4% increase and got 18.3%. The increase in rates for individuals were similar (see below). Despite the reductions, the rates are still the highest approved since August 2019.
AOE and VDH provide recommendations on COVID-19 for the start of school
The Vermont Agency of Education and the Department of Health has issued a joint memo to school nurses for the opening of school relative to COVID-19. The memo gives school nurses recommendations on how to manage symptomatic individuals, implement testing protocols, and suggests communication strategies including the need to work closely with local medical practices. The memo puts emphasis on the clinical judgment of school nurses in determining if a student or staff member with mild symptoms is well enough to attend school.
The memo puts emphasis on the clinical judgment of school nurses in determining if a student or staff member with mild symptoms is well enough to attend school.
Schools will be provided a supply of both antigen and LAMP tests to implement the protocol outlined in the memo. Both in-school and take-home testing will be available. Decisions about when to test, and what test to use, will rely on the expertise of school nurses.
Scott appoints Jennifer Barrett to Vermont Superior Court
Governor Phil Scott has appointed Jennifer Barrett, of Newport, to the Vermont Superior Court. Barrett has served as the state’s attorney for Orleans County since 2015. She previously served as deputy state’s attorney in both Orleans and Bennington counties. As state’s attorney, Barrett has prosecuted a range of cases including homicides, kidnappings, sexual assaults and domestic assaults, as well juvenile cases, post-conviction relief cases and appeals. Over the course of her career, she has skillfully tried more than 50 cases to verdict before Vermont juries.
Court approves plan to sell Jay Peak for $58 million
A Park City, Utah, resort company has offered to acquire Jay Peak Resort for $58 million. Jay Peak Receiver Michael Goldberg will accept this bid for Vermont’s northern-most ski resort unless a higher bid comes in over the next month. Goldberg announced the bid by Pacific Group Resorts Inc in a filing to the US District Court in Miami. The court granted Goldberg’s motion on August 4.
The Pacific Group bid is binding, according to Goldberg, regardless of any other bid.
However, if there is another bid, at the receiver’s discretion, an auction could be triggered to generate a higher offer for the resort. The receiver would then make the final determination on the winning bid, with the minimum offer being $58 million. According to the resort, since the initial offer other bidders have emerged, though no stated bidder or offer has been made public. A final bid is expected to be announced by the end of this year.
AOT receives $12.5 million in E-Bus funding and public transit improvements
The Vermont Agency of Transportation (AOT) has received two new grants through the Federal Transportation Agency (FTA) totaling $12.5 million. These awards will bring nine new e-buses to Vermont and allow for a new building and facility improvements to the Marble Valley Regional Transit District. The first grant award of $9.2 million is through the FTA’s Low and No Emissions Bus and Bus Facility Grant program and will bring nine new e-buses to Marble Valley Regional Transit District (MVRTD) and Green Mountain Transit (GMT). Five of these buses will be medium-sized transit vehicles from a new manufacturer, Letenda, located in Longueuil, Quebec.
Five towns commit ARPA funds to build high-speed internet
Select boards in Groton, Hardwick, Peacham, Ryegate, and Walden have voted to allocate a total of $328,050 in American Rescue Plan Act funding towards constructing additional high-speed broadband infrastructure within their communities. The funds pledged by the five Caledonia County towns will be matched by both NEK Broadband and the Vermont Community Broadband Board. The combined total of $984,150 will accelerate the construction of the initial framework of infrastructure referred to as the “backbone” of the project. By building the backbone sooner than planned, NEK Broadband expects to bring new high-speed internet to portions of 90% of the towns in the Northeast Kingdom over the next two years. The ARPA funding also enables NEK Broadband to build new infrastructure sooner to three additional towns: Danville, Lyndon, and Saint Johnsbury.
AOT grant program for 2023 municipal highway and stormwater mitigation projects
The Vermont Agency of Transportation (AOT) has announced a grant funding opportunity for 2023 municipal highway and stormwater mitigation projects, as part of the Agency’s ongoing commitment to improve the quality of state waters and provide financial assistance to municipalities in these efforts. The enabling legislation that determines eligibility states: Any environmental mitigation activity, including pollution prevention and pollution abatement activities and mitigation to address stormwater management, control, and water pollution prevention or abatement related to highway construction or due to highway runoff.
Delegation applauds funding of over $34 million in three transportation projects
Senator Patrick Leahy (D), Senator Bernie Sanders (I), Representative Peter Welch (D) and state and local officials have announced that the US Department of Transportation (USDOT) has awarded Vermont three Rebuilding American Infrastructure With Sustainability And Equity (RAISE) grants totaling $34,624,624 for Fiscal Year 2022. The grants will support three projects in Vermont: replacing the Winooski River Bridge; construction of the Federal Street Multi-Modal Connector in St. Albans; and a planning grant to improve public transit in Northwestern Vermont.
Merged NEFCU and VSECU will get new name
As part of their preparations for their proposed merger, VSECU and NEFCU have completed an evaluation of their individual brand identities. The financial institutions said they will create a new brand identity and name for the merged credit union, pending the merger’s approval by the membership. The new name would take effect after they are operating as one credit union, potentially in late 2023.
State gets $5.8 million from NBRC for economic development
US Senator Patrick Leahy (D-Vermont) together with US Senator Bernie Sanders (I-Vermont), Congressman Peter Welch (D-Vermont) and Governor Phil Scott, and the Northern Border Regional Commission (NBRC), have announced that 14 Vermont communities will be receiving a combined $5.8 million from NBRC’s State Economic and Infrastructure Development program. The NBRC supports economic development in Vermont, New Hampshire, New York and Maine.
AOE: School nurses to determine COVID and wellness responses
With testing no longer a first-line strategy for COVID-19 prevention in Vermont, school nurses should revisit their pre-COVID-19 school sickness policies. This is an opportunity to identify possible improvements based upon lessons learned during the COVID-19 pandemic, keeping in mind public health principles in the prevention of all respiratory diseases. Good communication with pediatric medical homes in your district is paramount to the success of implementing these illness policies. Aligning your approach with local medical practices will promote better outcomes.
$4.5 million in grants support Vermont’s first-generation college students
A total of $4.5 million in grants from the U.S. Department of Education has been awarded to support first-generation college students in Vermont. Northern Vermont University-Johnson was awarded a $2.7M five-year grant, and Northern Vermont University-Lyndon was awarded a $1.8M five-year grant for their Upward Bound programs. The grants will continue to support the Upward Bound program when NVU unifies with Castleton University and Vermont Technical College to become Vermont State University in July 2023. Upward Bound is one of the US. Department of Education’s TRIO programs and is free for any eligible participating student. Students are eligible if neither parent has completed a bachelor’s degree, or if the family is low-to-moderate income, based on federal guidelines.
Scott launches Vermont’s first technology-based economic development program
Governor Phil Scott and the Agency of Commerce and Community Development have launched the State’s first Technology-Based Economic Development program designed to catalyze growth in Vermont’s high tech business sector through increased access to targeted technical and research assistance. Coined as Elevate Vermont, the goal of the multi-faceted program is to help accelerate early-stage technology companies and help established small businesses remain relevant in a global market.
Bank of Burlington launches
Bank of Burlington has received a certificate of insurance from the Federal Deposit Insurance Company (FDIC) and a Certificate of Authority from the State of Vermont Department of Financial Regulation effective August 2, 2022. Bank of Burlington is the newest Vermont Charted Bank since 1989. Bank of Burlington offers custom lending solutions to Vermont businesses and a full suite of deposit products/services to individuals and businesses. Bank of Burlington is a community bank that is looking toward the future; both in the use of technology and differentiating products.
UVM research funding tops $250 million
The University of Vermont faculty and staff researchers attracted over a quarter-billion dollars in research funding in the fiscal year ending June 30, 2022, reaching a new all-time high. In recent years, the university has enhanced its emphasis on research activities that build healthy societies and a healthy environment. Significant attention has gone into building campus infrastructure to support researchers’ work.
Vermont ranks 5th in annual Kids Count report
The 33rd edition of the Annie E Casey Foundation’s KIDS COUNT Data Book describes how children in America are in the midst of a mental health crisis, struggling with anxiety and depression at unprecedented levels. Vermont ranked 5th overall. The state ranked best in the Health (3rd) and Community (3rd) categories, was 5th in Education and 12th in Economic Well-Being. New England states continued to hold the top two spots in overall child well-being. Massachusetts ranks first again, followed by New Hampshire, Minnesota, Utah and Vermont. At the other end of the list: New Mexico ranked worst in child well-being followed by Louisiana (49th) and Mississippi (48th).
VDH: COVID cases increase, 11 deaths so far in August
The Vermont Department of Health reported August 24 that COVID-19 cases and hospitalizations are still considered “Low.” Total cases for the week increased to over 500. However, hospitalizations decreased to 30 from 50 the previous week. As of August 23, there have been 11 COVID-related fatalities in August, for a pandemic total of 707 (there were a total of 20 in August 2021). Vermont now has the lowest COVID death rate in the nation, at 112 per 100,000 population. There were 12 deaths from COVID in Vermont in both June and July. June and July had the fewest COVID fatalities since July 2021 (2). COVID fatalities this summer are running higher than summer 2021.
Study: Vermont has 2nd lowest rental vacancy rate
A new report from found that in Vermont, only 2.4% of all rental units are vacant as of Q2 of 2022, which is the 2nd lowest percentage out of any state. Only Connecticut has a lower rate. While a very high rental vacancy rate can indicate other local economic hardships, an extremely low rental vacancy rate can signal a scarcity of affordable housing options for many Americans. The vacancy rate for residential rental properties in the US is at its lowest point in 38 years. Not since early 1984 has the rental vacancy been below the 5.6% rate registered in the second quarter of 2022.
Burlington to vote on $165 million bond for new high school
On August 15, Burlington City Council voted to allow Burlington School District (BSD) to put a bond request on the November ballot. After months of planning, District leaders presented City Council with a request to ask voters to allow the District to borrow up to $165m to build a new high and technical center on Institute Road. City Council voted unanimously to allow the measure to go on the November ballot.
The $165 million bond request will go towards the total project cost of $190 million. BHS has been housed recently at the former Macy’s department store in downtown Burlington. The new school would be built on the site of the former school in the New North End.
Leahy announces $212 million for Vermont projects in Senate Appropriations bills
Senator Patrick Leahy (D-Vermont), Chairman of the Senate Appropriations Committee, has announced that more than $212 million in Congressionally Directed Spending (CDS) for 38 projects across Vermont were included in the Senate Appropriations bills that he released at the end of last week. The 12 annual Appropriations Bills fund the federal government. Leahy was also able to secure formula funding increases and programmatic changes to support longtime Vermont priorities. The bills must now go through conference negotiations before being passed by the House and Senate and signed into law by the president.
Healthy Living Market receives Deane Davis Business of the Year Award
VermontBiz and the Vermont Chamber of Commerce announced August 17 that Healthy Living Market and Café is the winner of the prestigious and highly anticipated Deane C. Davis Outstanding Business of the Year Award, 2021. This annual award honors a Vermont business that shows an outstanding history of sustained growth while displaying an acute awareness of what makes Vermont unique. The award, named for the former governor of Vermont, was created 32 years ago by VermontBiz and the Vermont Chamber of Commerce to recognize and honor the state’s best companies.
Vermont Changemakers Table announces $60,260 in grants to support BIPOC-led work
The Vermont Changemakers Table, with contributions from the Vermont Community Foundation and the Johnson Family Foundation, has distributed 22 grants totaling $60,260 to provide unrestricted operating support for organizations and initiatives led by Black, Indigenous, and People of Color (BIPOC) across Vermont. The Vermont Changemakers Table, convened by the Vermont Community Foundation and Vermont Businesses for Social Responsibility (VBSR), hosts an annual cohort of approximately 20 leaders under the age of 35 from across Vermont. The cohort collaboratively designs a grant round to deploy a pool of funds aimed at addressing community-level challenges across the state.
DCF: Families of eligible children will get a food benefit to help
The federal government has authorized the Vermont Department for Children and Families (DCF) and Agency of Education (AOE) to provide a temporary food benefit to preK-12 students who would normally receive free or reduced-price meals at school. These benefits, called Pandemic EBT or P-EBT, are provided to students who missed meals at school due to COVID.  Benefits are $48.78 each month an eligible student had at least one COVID-related absence February through June 2022. Eligible children will also receive a one-time benefit of $391 for the summer. 
Brattleboro Museum & Art Center receives $50K grant to improve accessibility
The Brattleboro Museum & Art Center (BMAC) has been awarded a $50,000 grant from The Institute of Museum and Library Services (IMLS) through the “Inspire! Grants for Small Museums” program. The funding will support initiatives to improve digital and in-person accessibility, allowing people with a wide range of abilities and learning styles to take part in meaningful experiences at the museum. A new, fully accessible BMAC website will make it easier to gain information about exhibits and events, and the museum’s online events will include real-time captioning. Visitors to the museum will be able to use assistive listening devices and iPads pre-loaded with videos of ASL translations of exhibit text.
USDA invests $121 million to combat climate change across rural America
US Department of Agriculture Deputy Secretary Dr Jewel Bronaugh has announced USDA is investing $121 million in critical infrastructure to combat climate change across rural America. The funding will include grants for 15 energy-efficiency and renewable-energy projects throughout New Hampshire and Vermont. These include the Big Picture Farm in Townshend which received a $18,039 REAP grant and the VT NH Veterinary Clinic in East Dummerston received a $16,378 REAP grant.
Vermont Food Bank receives Feeding America grant
Feeding America, the nationwide network of 200 food banks, 21 statewide associations and 60,000 partner food pantries and meal programs, has announced the initial grant awards as part of the Food Security Equity Impact Fund. Nearly $10 million was awarded to 25 food banks, partnering with 60 different community-based organizations, to address the root causes of hunger and food insecurity by developing and advocating for change and developing solutions to improve food insecurity and to create a more just food system. Among the recipients is Vermont Foodbank, SUSU CommUNITY Farm, in Barre.
VSAC praises student loan forgiveness and repayment
The Vermont Student Assistance Corp (VSAC) applauds the decision by President Biden to announce student loan relief for Vermont borrowers. Under the President’s plan, Vermont federal student loan borrowers earning less than $125,000 will be eligible for up to $10,000 of undergraduate student loan cancelation. Borrowers who received Pell grants will be eligible for an additional $10,000. It is estimated that 30% of Vermont borrowers will be eligible for the additional cancelation. The Biden Administration will also extend the repayment pause, scheduled for Aug. 31, 2022, a final time through Dec. 31, 2022, with payments resuming in January 2023. According to the Department of Education, there are currently 77,000 federal student loan borrowers in Vermont. The average student loan balance is $37,000 and 15% of borrowers have less than $5,000 in outstanding debt.
Feds approve expanded coverage in Vermont’s essential health benefits benchmark plan
Governor Phil Scott has announced that starting in 2024, individual and small group health plans will cover one set of prescription hearing aids every three years and annual exams. This week, the Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Services approved expanded coverage in Vermont’s essential health benefit (EHB) for services including prescription hearing aids. Together with the Food and Drug Administration’s recent announcement establishing a new category of over-the-counter hearing aids, the new EHB benchmark plan ensures that Vermonters will have better access to affordable hearing aids than ever before.
AG settles allegations of abuse & neglect with Rutland residential care homes
Following its investigation, the Vermont Attorney General’s Medicaid Fraud and Residential Abuse Unit (MFRAU) has settled with Our House Residential Care Homes. It is alleged that Our House, operator of four residential care homes in Rutland, Vermont, failed to properly train staff and adequately document and monitor the delivery of resident care services, resulting in abuse and neglect of residents. The settlement requires Our House to implement new training and compliance practices, including designating an internal compliance monitor that will evaluate Our House’s performance. Additionally, if Our House fails to meet certain standards at any point in the next three years, it will be required to pay $40,000 in damages and penalties.
VHCB expands supply of housing with 283 new and rehabilitated homes in 12 towns
At meetings in May and June, the Vermont Housing & Conservation Board awarded funding to create and rehabilitate 283 new homes in 12 communities statewide. One fifth of these homes will serve households that have experienced homelessness. A total of $38,130,642 in state and federal funding commitments will result in new construction 249 rental homes, rehabilitation of 34 existing apartments and shelter beds, and accessibility modifications to homes statewide. VHCB awarded $2,315,331 in state funding, which will leverage $35,815,311 in federal funds from the American Rescue Plan Act, the HOME Program, and the National Housing Trust Fund.
Northfield Savings announces $445,000 in support to local nonprofits
Northfield Savings Bank Foundation has announced five community partnerships and financial support of $445,000 to be utilized over the next two years. Boys & Girls Club of Burlington, Lund Family Center, Mercy Connections, Spectrum Youth and Family Services, and the Center for Financial Literacy at Champlain College will each receive a contribution to meet the growing needs of our community.
Rotary Club of Deerfield Valley awarded $5,000 from The Richards Group
Liberty Mutual and Safeco Insurance have announced that The Richards Group has earned a 2022 Make More Happen Award, which recognizes its exceptional volunteerism with Rotary Club of Deerfield Valley and commitment to making a positive community impact. The award includes an initial $5,000 donation with a chance to double the amount to $10,000 that will directly benefit Rotary Club of Deerfield Valley. They are a nonprofit organization dedicated to providing service to others, promoting integrity and peace through a fellowship of business, professional, and community leaders. 
Reimbursement available for organic certification costs
If you paid fees to receive USDA organic certification between October 1, 2021, and September 30, 2022, the Vermont Agency of Agriculture, Food & Markets has funding available to reimburse you. With funding assistance through the U.S. Department of Agriculture, certified organic producers and handlers who are newly certified or re-certified are eligible for reimbursement. The reimbursement can be up to 50% of the direct certification costs. The maximum reimbursement is $500 per certification scope. The four scopes are crops, livestock, wild crops, and handling. 
Vermont employers recognized for policies that support Worksite Wellness
Seventy-two Vermont employers received the Governor’s Excellence in Worksite Wellness Award at the annual Worksite Wellness Conference, held this week at the Vermont College of Fine Arts in Montpelier. The awards recognize Vermont employers for activities, programs and policies to help employees improve their health. Most Vermonters spend more than one third of their day at work. Research has shown that an environment promoting employee wellness in the workplace, actively supported by policies and programs, can have a significant influence on employees’ health and well-being. These practices also yield benefits for employers, such as a positive workplace culture attractive to prospective employees, improved employee morale, and reduced absenteeism and health care costs.
ReArch to build net zero housing at The Putney School 
The Putney School Faculty and Student Housing project in Windham County includes (2) 13,600 SF identical dormitories totaling approximately 27,000 SF of new construction and associated site work by ReArch of South Burlington. Each of the two-story buildings will include faculty apartments featuring (3) bedrooms and (11) student dorm rooms. They will include a comfortable common space and a small kitchenette area with a full basement to support additional storage. 
Finney Crossing in Williston fully leased
Tony Blake of V/T Commercial in Burlington has announced that Finney Crossing in Williston, is 100% leased. Developers of the project, Scott Rieley and Chris Snyder, worked exclusively with V/T Commercial over the past few years and leased approximately 60,000 square feet. Commercial tenants of Finney Crossing include the Union Bank, Healthy Living Market & Cafe, H&R Block, Xfinity, Folino’s Wood Fired Pizza, LL Bean, Men’s Wearhouse, Jersey Mike’s, Crumbl Cookies, and Railroad & Main Restaurant. Completion of this phase of the project is anticipated this fall.  
State to consider how to spend infrastructure fundsThe Vermont Department of Public Service (PSD) seeks feedback from stakeholders and ratepayers on the objectives and metrics by which the state should distribute federal funding provided under the Infrastructure Investment and Jobs Act (IIJA). The IIJA creates funding opportunities open to Vermont to facilitate electric grid modernization for the purpose of preventing outages and enhancing the resilience of the electric grid. Section 40101(d) of the IIJA allows for states and Indian tribes to receive grants over a five-year period in an amount consistent with a pre-determined formula – approximately $3 million per year for Vermont – for uses that meet certain criteria.
BHAKTA Spirits names new CEO
BHAKTA Spirits, a portfolio of luxury brands founded by entrepreneur and spirits mogul Raj Peter Bhakta, has appointed Sean O’Rourke as the company’s Chief Executive Officer. O’Rourke will assume day-to-day leadership of the company and its operations across Vermont, France, and Florida. Additionally, he will oversee development of BHAKTA’s experiential spirits hospitality destination, Griswold, as its inaugural location on the former campus of Green Mountain College in Vermont advances into its launch phase.
First I Heart Mac and Cheese locations coming to Vermont
I Heart Mac & Cheese, a South Florida-based fast-casual restaurant concept specializing in customizable, made-to-order macaroni and cheese bowls and grilled cheese sandwiches, announced it will open two locations in Vermont. The fast casual concept has signed a new franchise agreement that will be owned and operated by franchisee Robert Leonard. Leonard has inked a deal for St Albans and Williston slated to open in 2023. 
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