Tag Archives: Rutland Redevelopment Authority

Rescuing Rutland neighborhoods, one city-owned house at a time
Local News
April 12, 2018

Rescuing Rutland neighborhoods, one city-owned house at a time

By Julia Purdy

RUTLAND—All real estate speculation isn’t bad. In Rutland’s case, the city sees it as an avenue toward the revitalization of in-town neighborhoods and a way to get tax sale properties – typically distressed and an invitation to trouble – off its books…

Local News
July 14, 2016

Evelyn Street hotel one step closer

Killington Mountain Lodge owner hopes to open hotel in downtown Rutland

RUTLAND — An initiative of the Rutland Redevelopment Authority (RRA) and the City of Rutland took a big step forward recently with the City and a local private developer agreeing to a lease option,…

Rutland Blooms doubles
Local News
April 13, 2016

Rutland Blooms doubles

By Steve Costello

Volunteers plant  a tree last year for the Rutland Blooms project.

RUTLAND—With Castleton University joining Green Mountain Power as lead partners and a host of significant contributions from the business community, Rutland Blooms will kick…

Local News
March 17, 2016

Vermont Butcher Shop plans to open Rutland location

RUTLAND – The Vermont Butcher Shop, the leading proprietor of  “honest” meats and victuals from the Green Mountain State and surrounding area, will soon provide the newest ingredient in Rutland’s ongoing revitalization.

Nick DeLauri, co-owner as well as native son of Rutland, said The Vermont…

Local News
October 8, 2015

Rutland City announces Northwest Neighborhood revitalization progress

RUTLAND–A collaboration of the City of Rutland, Rutland Redevelopment Authority, NeighborWorks of Western Vermont, and Project VISION on Sept. 30 announced a number of recently completed action steps representing significant progress towards the revitalization of a section of the city’s Northwest Neighborhood.

In July, 2014…

News Briefs
June 17, 2015

News Briefs: Rutland Region

Rutland Mental Health announces personnel changes

RUTLAND–Dan Quinn, executive director of RMHS, resigned after seven and a half years, believing his leaving would smooth the path to an easier relationship with state officials. RMHS employs a staff of about 400, providing $22 million in mental…