Thursday, November 3, 2016

Vermont Tech official announces $4M grant at annual SRDC meeting

Vermont Technical College Interim President Patricia Moulton, who took the helm at the college this fall, spoke to about 60 guests at the Springfield Regional Development Corp. 2016 annual meeting and dinner

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  1. the Springfield Regional Development Corp. held it's annual meeting and dinner, at the Windsor Mansion Inn.takes money from taxpayers in Springfield,but has the event in another town,kind of slap in the face i would say

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    1. SRDC is a private, non-profit regional development corporation serving ten towns in Southern Windsor County Vermont. SRDC's mission is to help companies create and sustain employment in our region. That is taken from their website. It is a regional effort and I would bet that Springfield isn't the only town supporting it with tax dollars.

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  2. It's only fitting that one of the few organizations or institutions that has retained "Springfield" in its name holds its meeting out of town. Another bogus celebration of a handout (grant) of temporary proportions that will will benefit bureaucracies but not produce anything sustainable.

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