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by Paul Heintz
Well, Hirschfeld has an interesting follow-up in today's Rutland Herald and Barre-Montpelier Times Argus about another complex land deal the gov's engaged in next door to his East Montpelier cabin.
While the whole story is behind the Herald's and the T-A's paywall, you can read the first half of it for free here on the Press Bureau's blog. You could also drive on down to the store and buy yourself a copy, which you can't quite do with VTDigger.org.
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