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UVM Opens Labs To Scientists Put Out By Irene
Tuesday, 10/04/11
UVM says state scientists began moving in about two weeks ago, and everyone should be in the temporary space by the middle of October.
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Waterbury Looks Toward Long-Term Recovery
Tuesday, 10/04/11
By Bob Kinzel
Over the past five weeks, hundreds of volunteers have helped fuel Waterbury's short-term flood recovery effort. But local officials say they now need to develop a different model to help guide the town's long-term recovery.
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Waterbury Hires Lobbyists, In Effort To Keep State Offices
Thursday, 09/29/11
The town of Waterbury has hired two lobbying firms to make the case to state officials that 1,500 state jobs should remain in the community after flooding from Tropical Storm Irene made their offices unusable.
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With Extensive Damage, State Offices May Not Be Worth Repairing
Tuesday, 09/06/11
By Bob Kinzel
The State Office Complex has suffered "an extensive catastrophe" to its entire infrastructure following recent flooding, which raises the question of whether or not it makes sense to renovate the buildings.
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Red Cross, Towns Manage Support For Flood Victims
Saturday, 09/03/11
Across the state Saturday, Vermonters have been trying to lend a hand to flood victims. Red Cross officials in the state say that -- as generous as Vermonters are being -- donations of materials goods are difficult to sort and match with people who need them.
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