VERMONT — “Toxics in Vermont: A Town-by-Town Profile,” a report released in January by the Toxics Action Center, is the most comprehensive and up-to-date report hitherto on the toxic contamination of Vermont’s environment.
After revealing many critical environmental issues facing Vermont, the Montpelier-based center recommends a number of ways the state should address these issues.
Their suggestions for a healthy environmental future are long and varied. Here they are in a nutshell:
ADDISON COUNTY — The 1,421 Vermont hazardous waste sites identified in the Toxics Action Center report “Toxics in Vermont: a Town by Town-by-Town profile” were drawn from year-old statistics compiled by the Vermont Department of Environmental Conservation (DEC) in their online database.
MIDDLEBURY — Despite a push for broadband Internet to every corner of Vermont, there are some communities that lack the means, the skill and the infrastructure to use the technology — including some farmers and farmworkers in Addison County.
MIDDLEBURY — Middlebury officials believe the answer to getting any speedy, substantial improvements to the intersection of Route 7 North and Exchange Street might lie in the community offering to take on some of the costs of that state project.