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In the last few weeks of the session, two committees in the Vermont House and Senate were at an impasse over a bill that was important to both sides. One colleague kept saying to me in increasingly exasperated tones, “Their position doesn’t make any sense. We could clear this up in a few minutes with just a very small amount of money. Why won’t they take the deal?” Shuttle diplomacy (over Zoom) wasn’t working. Conversations between chairs and leadership teams couldn’t seem to break the logjam. We were all discouraged, and the conflict felt intractable. But then I remembered High Conflict, a new book by Amanda Ripley.

DERBY — Community National Bank CEO Kathy Austin recently welcomed Bruce Baker to serve as a director of the Community National Bank and Community Bancorp. boards. Baker’s appointment to the Boards is effective as of Jan. 1, 2021. He was appointed to the class of directors whose terms expire at the company’s 2021 annual meeting of shareholders, at which time he will stand for election for a three-year term. Baker will serve on the company’s Audit and Compensation Committees.