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LONG ROAD AHEAD - Part 1

January 29, 2013

Part 1 of a 2 part story on Derby development.
DERBY - With years of ground work already done, including a 2006 traffic study, a public hearing and a proposal to locate a Walmart Super Center in downtown Newport, the recent announcement that a store will be sited between Shattuck Hill Road and US RT5 in Derby has been met with much anticipation for some. But long before the doors will open, the project must undergo a lengthy public review process that will involve several major players.

LANDFILL WANTS MORE TRASH

January 29, 2013

COVENTRY – Officials from the state’s largest landfill are asking to increase the facilities tonnage from 2,500 tons to 5,000 tons a day, however the annual total tonnage would be limited to 600,000 tons.
The landfill is currently permitted to handle 370,000 tons.
“We’re not looking to expand the landfill itself,” said John Gay, an engineer with New England Waste Services of Vermont (NEWS). “We’re looking to increase the tonnage that we take at the facility.”

NEK METH RING MEMBERS PLEAD GUILTY

January 29, 2013

BURLINGTON, VT – Carl Coker, 37, of Island Pond, was sentenced to 100 months imprisonment for conspiracy to manufacture five grams or more of methamphetamine, a Schedule II controlled substance. He was one of 13 Northeast Kingdom residents indicted for methamphetamine-related crimes.
United States District Judge William K. Sessions, III, also ordered that Coker serve four years supervised release after his incarceration ends.

 

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