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I’m writing to correct some misinformation in your recent opinion piece. more

Letters to the Editor

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With affordable housing properties in Vermont being developed for around $500 per square foot at taxpayer expense, the word “affordable” seems to have lost all meaning. more

Editorials

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MIDDLEBURY | Republicans haven’t had an elected state senator representing Addison County since early 2000s. more

The Vermont Eagle

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NEW HAVEN | Former New Haven Selectboard member Doug Tolles, who won the 2018 GOP primary and is now in the general election race for Addison County assistant judge, told the Eagle that he has received anonymous complaints about... more

The Vermont Eagle

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NEW HAVEN | Ask most Vermonters what an assistant judge does and the answers will probably be something along the lines of: “Assist the judge, naturally.” more

The Vermont Eagle

BRANDON | A large solar power project planned for a rural section of Brandon has some town officials and neighbors upset. more

The Vermont Eagle

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Conclusion: NEW HAVEN | A recent victory by solar proponents in the town of New Haven, Vt., has upset a former New Haven selectman. more

The Vermont Eagle

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NEW HAVEN | As of March of last year, the New Haven Town Plan cites Green Mountain Power as indicating that only a small portion of New Haven’s east side has available capacity left on its distribution lines. more

The Vermont Eagle

When former New Haven Selectman Doug Tolles decided not to seek another term on Town Meeting Day last March, it wasn’t for lack of getting votes. more

Editorials

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BRISTOL — Earlier this month, at a food cooperative in Montpelier, Gov. Phil Scott attended the unveiling of a solar energy-gathering carport. more

The Vermont Eagle

Now is the Minter of our discontent. Why such discontent? more

Letters to the Editor

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NEW HAVEN — One thing is becoming clear in the midst of the 2016 Vermont Republican race for governor, GOP candidates Lt. Gov. Phil Scott and Bruce Lisman are finally differentiating themselves enough for voters to better make a choice. more

The Vermont Eagle

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A recent survey, sponsored by foreign-owned power utility National Grid (N.G.), indicates, at first blush, that residents of the Town of New Haven have expressed strong support for the controversial Vermont Green Line renewable energy transmission... more

Editorials

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MONTPELIER — Two activists behind the Public Service Board’s rejection of a solar farm last week say the unlikely outcome shows lawmakers must legislate local control of renewables. more

The Vermont Eagle

Now is the Minter of our discontent. Why such discontent? more

Letters to the Editor

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