April 6, 2004 – Midday Report

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Top stories developing across the region at the noon hour:

The Vermont Electric Cooperative based in Johnson has closed on its purchase of assets of Citizens Communications’ Vermont Electric Division; Governor Jim Douglas has signed a proclamation declaring April to be Child Abuse Prevention Month in Vermont; the Federal government says Lebanon, New Hampshire has put city workers at risk at its landfill, airport and public works garages and the Environmental Protection Agency has filed a complaint against the city; Vermont state officials have confirmed the FBI is looking at a local tourism marketing group that was investigated by the state last year; the Vermont Woodlands Association is holding is annual meeting today; a Senate committee has voted six to nothing to advance a bill reforming Vermont’s worker’s compensation insurance.

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