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Some Towns Can Expect FEMA Reimbursements, While Others Are Still Waiting
Thursday, 06/07/12
By Nancy Eve Cohen
As the end of the fiscal year approaches, some town officials say they're about to receive most of the federal funding that they've applied for to repair roads damaged by Tropical Storm Irene.
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Halifax Evaluates Bridges Damaged By Irene
Tuesday, 05/29/12
Repairing bridges damaged by Tropical Storm Irene has posed challenges for many cities and towns. In Halifax, town officials continue to evaluate the status of a number of bridges undermined by Irene's floodwaters.
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Halifax Considers Special Zoning To Address Flood Hazards
Friday, 02/24/12
Voters in Halifax on Town Meeting Day will consider amendments to the town's zoning bylaws. 
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Irene Lingers As Select Boards Present Budgets
Thursday, 02/23/12
Vermont towns have been grappling with the cost of clean-up and repairs from Tropical Storm Irene. They're hoping most of the tab will be paid by the Federal Emergency Management Agency, but it's a slow process.
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Long Stretches Of Town Roads, Many Bridges Remain Closed
Tuesday, 11/29/11
By Nancy Eve Cohen
The Agency of Transportation is almost finished repairing state roads that were swept away by Irene. But officials are concerned about how they'll hold up come spring, and in many towns dozens of bridges and sections of road are still closed.  
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Towns Begin To See FEMA Funds As Irene Repairs Continue
Monday, 11/21/11
By Kirk Carapezza
Cities and towns across Vermont have begun to receive checks from FEMA to help them repair Tropical Storm Irene damage. The amounts are just a drop in the bucket for many communities. But town officials are struggling to pay for multi-million dollar repairs, and they're happily taking the money.
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