Letter

Face the facts

Dear Editor, Hello taxpayers of Killington, it’s Jim Haff. I’m not on the ballot this year, surprise! But a good friend of mine, Chuck Claffey, is on the ballot, and I’m asking you to help Chuck become the next Select […]

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Local News

Killington eyes tax hike

By Polly Mikula Killington has significant debt. Town Manager Chet Hagenbarth said the town has accumulated about $2.2 million worth of debt. Hagenbarth also projects about $14 million of future expenses, including the construction of a new $4 million public […]

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Local News

Killington Select Board hesitates on solar

By Julia Purdy KILLINGTON—Obstacles are multiplying for the town’s installation of 15 solar trackers. The Killington Select Board discussed the actual cost per kilowatt-hour; the wisdom of taking on long-term debt in which the savings in electric bills would not […]

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Local News

Killington Select Board gets house in order

By Julia Purdy The Killington Select Board has begun the process of unraveling several financial knots. Unlike the Gordian Knot, which Alexander the Great simply cut through with his saber, thus astonishing the world, Killington’s financial knots must be analyzed, […]

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