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News Briefs: Rutland Region

By Lani Duke CITY NEWS Computerizing public works data Rutland City has spent some $11 million in the past ten years in combined sewer overflow (CSO) projects, Public Works Commissioner Jeff Wennberg told the City Public Works Committee April 5. […]

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by Lani Duke RUTLAND CITY NEWS Dorr Drive bridge name change considered Members of the Veterans of Foreign Wars have asked the Rutland Aldermen to consider renaming the new bridge on River Street in honor of Aldo Manfredi. Although the […]

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News Briefs: Rutland Region

Rutland City Interim Chamber director announced The Rutland Region Chamber of Commerce board of directors has unanimously chosen former NeighborWorks of Western Vermont executive Mary Cohen to take over interim leadership of the Chamber, as of April 4. Longtime Chamber […]

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Rutland Region News Briefs

By Lani Dukes RUTLAND CITY Jack Russell terrier theft not part of fighting ring, police say Rutland City police are noncommittal about the theft of service dog Daphni and her subsequent death. Taken from her owner’s Center Street apartment March […]

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Rutland Region

RUTLAND CITY Dorr Drive bridge work resumes With the return of construction season, crews are scheduled to resume work on the bridges crossing Otter Creek. Preparations are being made to remove the old Dorr Bridge. Removal of the deck and […]

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Rutland Region News Briefs

Rutland City Frozen ground, wet neighborhoods A leaking line connected to a fire hydrant on North Street Extension brought out the City Public Works Department the morning of February 23. Northbound traffic squeezed into a single lane while crews salted […]

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Rutland Region

Rutland City Rutland leaders discuss affordable housing at Candidates’ Forum Too many of Rutland’s landlords don’t live in their own rental units, incumbent alderman candidate William Notte commented at a Feb. 10 public forum. He was responding to a question […]

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News Briefs: Rutland Region

By Lani Duke Rutland City Combination Pond ballot item in contention Yes, no, maybe. That’s the pattern for the appearance of an advisory question on the Rutland City ballot regarding whether “the voters of the city of Rutland [should] reclaim, […]

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