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TREES FOR TROOPS

November 22, 2012

NEWPORT, VT - Families of military personnel will have a Christmas tree this year thanks to the generosity of tree farmers in Vermont and New Hampshire.
Tuesday, trucks from the Vermont Forest and Parks Department drove throughout the state to pick up trees at different tree farms and tree stands such as Breezy Hill Acres. Breezy Hill Acers has a stand across from the Cumberland Farms Store on East Main Street in Newport City. 
Carl Szych, owner of Breezy Hill Acers, has donated 10 trees for the program for the past 10 years.

A Home for Aging in Place

November 22, 2012

HOLLAND – Rural Edge, formerly Gilman Housing Trust, is going out of its norm by building a two-family home off the beaten path.
The new home will be at the intersection of Holland Pond and Page Pond roads. Traditionally, Rural Edge builds multifamily housing complexes in more urban areas.

DECRIMINALIZING MARIJUANA

November 22, 2012

NEWPORT, VT- Voters from the States of Colorado and Washington approved legalization of marijuana, taking an unprecedented step in asserting state's rights over federal laws against the cultivation, distribution and use of the plant. Each state approved the ballot measure with 55% of the voters agreeing to legalize marijuana.
In recent years, states have enacted medical marijuana laws, passed legislation to decriminalize marijuana, and now to flat out legalize the plant, remove the state government from regulating its use except among minors, and remove civil and criminal penalties.

 

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