by Trisha Ingalls
In the spring of 2022, the people of Brownington started a process they hoped would lead them to be more connected with one another and make their town a better place to live. Over one year later, groups are still meeting, and a major project has materialized: saving Brownington’s general store and gas station for the benefit of current and future generations and turn it into a vibrant community hub.
Representative David Templeman of the Orleans-3 District spoke to the Chronicle about progress made since the Vermont Council on Rural Development (VCRD) community visit process last year. ….
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