Contractor charged with failure to maintain worker’s comp, violating work-stop order

first_imgAttorney General William H. Sorrell announced today that his office has charged Williston-based home improvement contractor Donald Bevins with three counts of failing to maintain workers’ compensation insurance and two counts of violating a Vermont Department of Labor Stop Work Order.According to documents on file with the Court, Bevins failed to secure workers’ compensation for two of his employees performing roof repairs in Richmond, Vermont and another employee performing roof repairs in Essex, Vermont. In addition, Bevins continued to perform home repairs in Essex and Essex Junction Vermont after the Department of Labor ordered him to stop working immediately.Bevins pled not guilty to all counts and was released pending trial on the condition that he, any company he has an ownership interest in, or anyone working at his direction or request, not perform any home repair.Anyone with a complaint against Donald Bevins is encouraged to contact the Attorney General’s Consumer Assistance Program at (802) 656-3183 or toll free in Vermont: (800) 649-2424. Source: Attorney General, February 17, 2011last_img read more

Hope Indian Fans Support New Zealand In World Cup Final: Kane Williamson

first_imgManchester: After beating Virat Kohli’s men in the semifinals, New Zealand skipper Kane Williamson is hopeful that Indian fans are not too angry with the Black Caps and would be supporting them in the finals of the ongoing World Cup.On Wednesday, New Zealand came out with a brilliant bowling performance as they registered a 18-run victory over the Men in Blue at the Old Trafford to make it to their second successive World Cup final. Also Read – Meghalayan mid-fielder Phrangki Buam joins ISL side FC Goa “I hope they’re not too angry. Obviously, the passion for the game in India is unrivalled and we are all fortunate to play this sport and have a country like India be right behind it,” Kane Williamson said at the post-match press conference.“But hopefully we can adopt 1.5 billion supporters and they’ll be supporting us,” he added.The Black Caps defended a chaseable 240-run target as they bowled out India for 221 in the final over of the game. Also Read – COVID-19: Football team observes ‘social distancing’ during match, loses 37-0“The game of cricket is fickle in its nature especially when it comes to the white ball and T20 and one-day cricket.“Today perhaps some of those small margins went our way and it was great that we could get across the line and beat a very strong side,” he added. IANSAlso Read: We Believed We Could Put Pressure On India With 240: Kane Williamsonlast_img read more