Tuesday, March 1, 2016

Springfield debates paving, blight and budgets

Residents on Monday night questioned the $28 million school budget, extra money for paving and whether or not declaring that Springfield had “blight” was a good idea.

www.rutland herald.com    


  1. it's about time the town budget start's getting smaller,every year the school tries to reduce their budget,but the town raise theirs,costing taxpayers even more money

  2. Dig up all the streets and roads and sell the asphalt to another town. Buy a new grader to keep the dirt nice and smooth. Problem solved.


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Animation of the Vt. State Song, "These Green Mountains," by Gallery at the VAULT Summer Art Camp, Springfield, VT, 2016.

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