MONTPLIE, W. (WCAX) – State leaders assess the prospects for summer season tourism in Vermont. Many faculties are closed and American households are planning their summer season holidays.
Many steep fuel costs collide with costly aircraft tickets. Gov. Phil Scott says this, together with inflation, is a priority.
However he says many individuals within the area are selecting to drive slightly than fly, and that might draw folks to Vermont.
“Issues are wanting good for now and it seems to be like among the provide chain points are easing,” the governor mentioned. Scott mentioned. “However fuel costs are too excessive.”
The Governor says some provide chain points are beginning to resolve themselves. However he says labor shortages will stay an issue this summer season.
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