Lake Champlain cleanup to take 10 years

It will take at least 10 years to clean up Lake Champlain.That’s according to a new plan from the Agency of Natural Resources that focuses attention on cutting pollution in the northern part of the lake. The ten-year time frame is a retreat from the state’s previous goal, which called for reaching pollution reduction targets by 2009.

Midday Newscast: Semptember 7, 2007

Vermont Lieutenant Governor Brian Dubie could be appointed administrator of the Federal Aviation Administration; more Vermont National Guard members are heading overseas; Montpelier residents and officials are welcoming a land conservation group’s plan to buy a tract of open land; the chairman of the National Transportation Safety Board is in Vermont promoting highway and boating safety.