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Where We Stand On Irene Recovery

12/28/11 12:00PM By Steve Zind
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AP/Jim Cole
The Bartonsville Covered Bridge in ruins after Tropical Storm Irene struck Vermont in August.

It's been four months since Tropical Storm Irene. Rebuilding and recovery have dominated the state's resources since the fateful day the storm blew through our region.

Deputy Transportation Secretary Sue Minter, Irene Recover Officer Neale Lunderville and Vermont Emergency Management Interim Director Peter Coffey update us on what has been accomplished so far and what is left to rebuild. And we get an idea of how well the state thinks what's in place can make it through the winter just ahead.

Also on the program, the end of the calendar is traditionally a time when people make charitable donations. Stuart Comstock-Gay, president of the Vermont Community Foundation, talks about end-of-year giving trends in Vermont.

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