January 28, 2005 – Midday Report

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Top stories developing across the region at the noon hour:

A much anticipated Public Service Board ruling is expected today on Velco’s proposed Northwest Reliability Project ; replacing the Vermont State Hospital could cost $4.5 million more a year than its current annual operating costs, according to a draft report; on Capitol Hill this week there was some interest that it was Senator Jim Jeffords, and not Patrick Leahy, who voted against confirming Condoleezza Rice as Secretary of State; fire and rescue officials in Stockbridge were called in last night to help an ice-climber who fell from Vulture Mountain; state officials and national experts hold summit on the manufacturing of methamphetamine.

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