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ATV Trail Ordinance Survives Vote In Barnet, But Not Cabot
Thursday, 11/15/12
By Charlotte Albright
Barnet voters have decided to keep an ordinance that allows all terrain vehicles to use some town roads. The vote was prompted by a petition proposing to ban ATV's on public roads.
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Girl Injured In ATV Accident
Monday, 10/15/12
New Hampshire Fish and Game officials say a 14-year-old Vermont girl was seriously injured when the all-terrain vehicle she was driving was hit by a motorcycle on a trail in Hinsdale, New Hampshire.
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ANR To Repeal All-Terrain Vehicles Rule
Wednesday, 11/23/11
All-terrain vehicles in Vermont will no longer be allowed on state land. The Agency of Natural Resources is repealing a rule that permits ATVs on public land because it says the state doesn't have enough resources to enforce against illegal activity.
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Shumlin Administration Wants ATV Rule Repealed
Tuesday, 03/22/11
By John Dillon
The Shumlin administration has officially proposed repealing a rule that allows all-terrain vehicles on state land. The announcement has pleased environmentalists and disappointed ATV riders.
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Debate Over ATVs Renewed With Decison To Revoke Rule
Monday, 01/24/11
By Jane Lindholm
Burlington Free Press reporter Candace Page says despite a decision by the Shumlin administration to back away from allowing limited use of ATVs on state lands, a trail in Island Pond will be permitted.
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New Administration Wants Expanded Market For Vermont Agriculture
Monday, 01/24/11
By Jane Lindholm
Governor Shumlin has tapped Chuck Ross as Secretary of Agriculture, citing his experience as a farmer, legislator and aide to Senator Patrick Leahy.  Shumlin says he wants to invest in infrastructure and aggressively market Vermont food products.
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ATVs To Be Allowed On State Land
Thursday, 01/07/10
Over the objections of lawmakers, the Vermont Agency of Natural Resources has adopted a rule to allow all-terrain vehicles on state land.
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Douglas Administration To Allow ATVs On State Land
Thursday, 12/17/09
By John Dillon
Governor Jim Douglas says his administration will brush aside legislative opposition and allow all terrain vehicles to use state land. The administration's plan could face a legal challenge.
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Legislative Rules Committee Rejects ATVs On State Land
Tuesday, 12/15/09
By John Dillon
A legislative rules committee has unanimously rejected a Douglas administration proposal to permit all-terrain vehicles on state land.
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Vermont Committee Takes Up ATV Rule
Tuesday, 12/01/09
A Vermont legislative committee that reviews rules issued by the executive agencies of state government will consider whether to allow all-terrain vehicles on state-owned land.
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Committee Leans Against ATVs On State Land
Monday, 11/30/09
A legislative committee that reviews rules issued by the executive agencies of state government appears poised to object to one that would allow all-terrain vehicles on state-owned land.
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ATV Rule To Be Subject Of Statehouse Hearing
Wednesday, 11/04/09
Vermont environmental officials are getting tough questions from lawmakers about rules allowing limited use of all-terrain vehicles on state land.
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Lawmakers Have Tough Questions About ATVs On State Land
Tuesday, 11/03/09
By John Dillon
A legislative committee had tough questions for the state's top environmental official over a proposal that would allow all-terrain vehicles to cross state land.
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ATV Rule To Be Subject Of Statehouse Hearing
Tuesday, 11/03/09
The use of all-terrain vehicles on state-owned land is up for a hearing before a panel of Vermont lawmakers.
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ATV Land Use Proposal Stirs Up Strong Feelings
Monday, 11/02/09
By John Dillon
The Douglas Administration's proposal to allow all-terrain vehicles on state land has stirred up strong feelings around the state.
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ATV meeting draws overflow crowd
Tuesday, 06/16/09
By Steve Zind
An overflow crowd of nearly three hundred filled a Montpelier auditorium last night to weigh in on a proposal to allow all terrain vehicles limited access to state lands. The Agency of Natural Resources has proposed allowing ATV access in designated areas to connect existing trails on private land. 
Vermont Edition
ATVs on State Land
Tuesday, 06/16/09
By Jane Lindholm
A proposal to allow limited use of All Terrain Vehicles on state land has raised environmental concerns.
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ATVs on public land subject of public hearing
Monday, 06/15/09
By John Dillon
Should all terrain vehicles be allowed to use state land? That's the subject of a public hearing in Montpelier. The Agency of Natural Resources stirred up considerable controversy when it proposed a rule that would allow ATV connector trails across state property.
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Douglas proposal would allow ATVs on state lands
Thursday, 05/28/09
By John Dillon
As the popularity of riding all-terrain vehicles has grown, networks of trails have developed around Vermont. Enthusiasts say they're prevented from expanding their network because of a ban on using ATVs on state land.
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