§2104. Planning

Link to law: http://legislature.vermont.gov/statutes/section/03/043/02104
Published: 2015

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2104. Planning

The central

planning office and its state planning functions are transferred hereby to the

office of the governor. The governor, by executive order, may specify the

duties, responsibilities, and organization of the office as he deems necessary

for the proper execution of its functions. The office shall be headed by a

director of planning who shall be appointed by the governor to serve at his

pleasure. The director of planning with the approval of the governor may:

(1) coordinate

the planning activities of departments of the executive branch;

(2) make

studies, surveys and reports concerning that program;

(3) accept,

contract for, and administer under this chapter and for its objectives and

purposes contributions, capital grants, appropriations, gifts, services, and

other financial assistance from or for any individual, association, corporation

or other organization having an interest in planning and development, this

state, and the United States, and any of their agencies, political or administrative

subdivisions, and instrumentalities, corporate or otherwise; and

(4) perform such

other acts as may be necessary or appropriate to carry out the objectives and

purposes of this section. (1969, No. 244 (Adj. Sess.), § 6, eff. Jan. 10,