August 23, 2004 – Midday Report

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Top stories developing across the state at the noon hour:

The state Transportation Agency says it’s sending a $35,000 clean-up bill to promoters of the Phish concert held in Coventry; at this hour, Senator Jim Jeffords is a guest at the Burnham Library Bookmobile; the University of Vermont’s Proctor Maple Research Center is going to recommend that sugarmakers increase production by fertilizing maple trees with calcium or other minerals; a footwear factory in Claremont, New Hampshire, will be closing September 22.

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