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I live on a dead end road in the town of Horicon. The road has not been paved since the original paving very long ago. Read more

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QUEENSBURY | Robust sales tax revenue for Warren County is leading to more of its rough roadways to be paved this summer, if not earlier. Read more

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MIDDLEBURY | This year’s VTrans Route 116 paving project extends along the highway for approximately 20 miles from just south of Robinson School in Starksboro to the U.S. Route 7 and State Route 116  intersection in Middlebury. Read more

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MIDDLEBURY - The VTrans Route 116 paving project has been underway since the start of the construction season. Read more

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STARKSBORO | The Route 116 VTrans paving project continues through the last week of August and into September, according to Stephanie Barrett. Read more

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INDIAN LAKE | The state has yet to begin a $6.6 million paving project on state Route 28 announced last month with an anticipated starting date only given as “April.” Read more

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HORICON | Horicon supervisor Matt Simpson said the 2018 budget with its 2.4 cent tax rate increase is very conservative, with the increase due to rising healthcare, expanded roadwork and two more weeks of milfoil harvesting. Read more

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Hancock paving project begins on Vermont Route 125 at mile marker .767 and extends east for approximately 6.5 miles to the intersection of Routes 125 and 100 in Hancock. Read more

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