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TODAY’S FEATURE/NEWS

‘Every apartment is an opportunity’

Windham & Windsor Housing Trust holds open house for Snow Block, a new structure that will cultivate community in Brattleboro with 23 units for tenants of different ages with a variety of income levels

BRATTLEBORO—The scent of fresh paint and drywall dust filled the stairwell to the second floor of the Snow Block, the Windham & Windsor Housing Trust’s latest housing project and the newest housing on Flat Street.

As contractors in hardhats paint one of the building’s apartments, community members attending the Oct. 29 open house wandered through the nearly completed apartments on the second floor.... Continue reading story


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TODAY’S FEATURE/NEWS

‘Every apartment is an opportunity’

Windham & Windsor Housing Trust holds open house for Snow Block, a new structure that will cultivate community in Brattleboro with 23 units for tenants of different ages with a variety of income levels

BRATTLEBORO—The scent of fresh paint and drywall dust filled the stairwell to the second floor of the Snow Block, the Windham & Windsor Housing Trust’s latest housing project and the newest housing on Flat Street.

As contractors in hardhats paint one of the building’s apartments, community members attending the Oct. 29 open house wandered through the nearly completed apartments on the second floor.... Continue reading story

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VOICES

OPEN LETTER • Vermont has a long legacy of environmental leadership. Gov. Scott, we can do even better.: ‘I urge you to build on our existing bottle-redemption law and outlaw single-use beverage containers’

VIEWPOINT • Toyota’s stance throws loyal environmental car buyers under the bus: Toyota has brought in billions of dollars in profits from citizens who buy Priuses out of concern for climate change. Why is it supporting Trump’s attempts to weaken California fuel-efficiency standards?

LETTERS FROM READERS • Some new ideas for Brattleboro’s struggles

LETTERS FROM READERS • VPR commentaries were its heart and soul

LETTERS FROM READERS • Brattleboro community supports Haiti in a time of great need

COLUMN • Trans people more prone to death, discrimination, and poverty: The killing of transgender people, particularly women of color, is an epidemic. They deserve awareness, acceptance, and safety.

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ARTS

PUTNEY

Out of time

Yellow Barn resident artists Lassus Quartett push the boundaries with an epic concert program in Putney

• Grafton Historical Society publishes new Civil War novel

• NECCA presents Circus Workshop Weekend

• Vermont Center for Photography to present Year End Members’ Show

• Actors Theatre Playhouse seeks volunteers for 2020 season

• Internationally celebrated singer-songwriter Rupert Wates to perform in Bellows Falls

• NEYT’s Theatre Adventure hosts ‘Putting On Our Finery’ fundraiser

• Grammy-nominated jazz artists Sofia Rei and JC Maillard to play at Next Stage

• River Gallery School hosts annual auction fundraiser

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