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WILMINGTON- Hermitage Club owner James Barnes has released a draft of a reorganization and financing plan he intends to file as part of his Chapter 11 bankruptcy filed last week in Hartford, CT.
Barnes met with The Deerfield...

SeVEDS President Meg Streeter speaks during the economic summit held at Mount Snow last week.
DOVER - The Southern Vermont Economy Summit wrapped up a day of economy-focused discussion on Thursday, May 23, with the designation of six projects as “vital.” The projects were deemed the 2019 Southern Vermont Comprehensive Economic Development Strategy (CEDS) Vital Projects. Among them was the...
WILMINGTON- Development review board members heard the town’s latest proposal for the construction of an access ramp to Reardon Bridge Monday evening. The proposal represents the third design and, if approved, it will be the second time a permit has been issued for an access ramp. 
The...
READSBORO- Consideration of trails for all-terrain vehicles was prominent at recent selectboard meetings on May 22 and 29. At the former meeting, chair Raymond Eilers noted the current ATV ordinance includes provision for two roads.  “We could add roads whenever we want but only if wording on the...
WILMINGTON- Selectboard members approved spending for sidewalk improvements on North Main Street at their regular meeting Tuesday evening. 
Wilmington Works Director Meg Staloff, sitting in for economic development consultant Gretchen Havreluk, said the North Main Street sidewalks needed...
BURLINGTON- Hermitage receiver Alan Tantleff will stay on the job until further notice, according to an order signed by Vermont District Bankruptcy Court Judge Colleen Brown Friday afternoon.
The order follows a court hearing on Thursday morning during which several issues were discussed,...
HARTFORD, CT- Hermitage owner James Barnes is seeking permission from the Connecticut District Bankruptcy Court to borrow more than $1.7 million to fund Hermitage administration and operations during Chapter 11 proceedings. The motion was one of several documents posted Tuesday evening in the...
BURLINGTON- Bankruptcy judges in Vermont and Connecticut have ordered a temporary stay of Hermitage Chapter 11 cases filed in Connecticut while the Vermont District Bankruptcy Court decides whether to consolidate the cases in Vermont.   The filing of Hermitage Chapter 11 bankruptcies in...

Hermitage Club members have not been able to use club facilities since it was ordered closed by Vermont Tax Commissioner Kaj Samsom.in April 2018
BURLINGTON- A group of 187 Hermitage Club members is seeking to join the involuntary Chapter 7 bankruptcy action filed by three creditors in Vermont District Bankruptcy Court last week. 
In an accompanying statement by Timothy Treanor, a member of the so-called ad hoc committee, the group...
DOVER - The Wardsboro School Board will not pursue a $100,000 extension to Wardsboro Elementary in the short term. Dwight Boerem, who serves on the Wardsboro School Board as well as the River Valleys Unified Union School Board, reported the development at the latter board’s meeting on Monday, May...

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