Local News

Killington to require fireworks permits

By Curt Peterson Inspired by the still-mysterious explosions set off over several nights this summer, the Killington Select Board decided at their July 20 meeting to reinforce Vermont state fireworks law with a local fireworks permit system. Selectman Jim Haff […]

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Letter

Face the facts

Dear Editor, Hello taxpayers of Killington, it’s Jim Haff. I’m not on the ballot this year, surprise! But a good friend of mine, Chuck Claffey, is on the ballot, and I’m asking you to help Chuck become the next Select […]

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Local News

Killington eyes tax hike

By Polly Mikula Killington has significant debt. Town Manager Chet Hagenbarth said the town has accumulated about $2.2 million worth of debt. Hagenbarth also projects about $14 million of future expenses, including the construction of a new $4 million public […]

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