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Rutland Angry About Water Rate Hike
Wednesday, 10/06/10
By Nina Keck
Rutland residents are angry about the latest double-digit hike in their water and sewer rates. Local lawmakers say they have no choice.  
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Rutland Begins Construction Of Long-Awaited Bike Path
Saturday, 05/01/10
By Nina Keck
Construction has begun on Rutland's long-awaited bike and pedestrian path.
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Rutland Blood Drive Inspires Film
Friday, 04/09/10
By Nina Keck
Each December, the people of Rutland come together to give a very special Christmas present -- blood. The annual Gift of Life Marathon provides a huge amount of blood at a time when supplies are often critically low. Last year, the event brought in over one thousand pints. Per capita, it's the largest single day donation in the nation.   
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Committee Turns Down Rutland Charter Changes
Tuesday, 04/06/10
A Vermont House committee has declined to endorse two city charter changes approved by Rutland voters.
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Voices In The Week's News
Friday, 03/19/10
By Ric Cengeri
The state was at odds with the EPA and Rutland aldermen losing confidence in their police chief were among the top stories this week.
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Rutland Residents Raise Questions About Police Commission
Wednesday, 03/17/10
By Nina Keck
Rutland City Police Chief Anthony Bossi continues to come under fire following revelations that several officers have been investigated for allegedly viewing pornography while on duty.   Rutland City Aldermen say they've lost confidence in the police chief and have some serious concerns about the governing body that oversees him.  
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Rutland Aldermen Investigate Pornography Allegations
Monday, 03/08/10
By Nina Keck
Rutland's Board of Aldermen will meet tonight with the city's Police Commission in the wake of revelations that several officers have been investigated for allegedly viewing pornography while on duty.  
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Rutland Vote May Be Difficult To Enact
Wednesday, 03/03/10
By Nina Keck
Rutland residents upset with the rising cost of government say one way to save money would be to rein in the benefits paid to city workers.  But city officials say that might be difficult to do.
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Rutland Votes In Favor Of Term Limits
Wednesday, 03/03/10
By Nina Keck
Rutland City officials are celebrating the fact that both the city and school budgets passed.  But some of those officials may be less pleased by something else that passed - term limits.  
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Rutland To Vote On Term Limits
Thursday, 02/25/10
By Nina Keck
Besides city budgets, voters in Rutland will also decide the fate of several bond initiatives at town meeting next week. One bond would fix the library and another, more costly one, would move and improve the city's recreation department.  Local voters will also decide whether to impose term limits on local leaders. 
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Rutland Voters To Weigh In On City Budget
Wednesday, 02/24/10
By Nina Keck
On Town Meeting Day next week, voters in Rutland will have a chance to weigh in on their city's $17 million budget. 
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Rutland Plans To Renovate Downtown Alley With Federal Money
Thursday, 12/31/09
By Nina Keck
Community activists in Rutland got a big boost this month when they learned that their proposal to rehabilitate a large downtown alley will receive nearly one million dollars in federal funding.
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