Stripped down to its structural elements, Middlebury's Pulp Mill Bridge is undergoing a $1.7 million renovation. The project, which will provide new siding, roofing and decking for the 192-year-old span, is scheduled to be completed by November. But don't worry walkers, joggers and bikers, the adjacent footbridge of the Otter Creek will remain open during construction.
Last week, our one and only Trent campbell got down and dirty in construction rubble to expose the fabled bridge's bare essentials. Click below to enjoy the slideshow!
MONTPELIER — As a result of unusually warm and dry weather, lack of snow and projected weather forecast over the next few weeks the Agency of Agriculture, Food & Markets in agreement with the Agency of Natural Resources and Vermont Association of Conservation Districts, is lifting the winter spreading ban that normally is in place until April 1st.
According to Secretary Chuck Ross, “I am lifting the ban because I believe it will help farmers best manage their manure resources and is in the best interests of Vermont’s waterways.”