Midday Report: June 14, 2007

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State Representative Clem Bissonnette, a former mayor of Winooski, is about to become the city manager there, on a temporary basis; historian and Pulitzer Prize-winning author Doris Kearns Goodwin will be the keynote speaker this evening as the Vermont Business Roundtable meets to celebrate its 20th anniversary; the Nuclear Regulatory Commission says the Vermont Yankee nuclear power plant in Vernon can operate safely for 20 years after its current license expires in 2012, but the report was written before the plant’s owner, Entergy Nuclear, reported more cracks in the plant’s steam dryer; a wind power company is asking the West Rutland select board for an easement in an unused area known as Grandpa’s Knob to build what could become Vermont’s largest wind farm; in the past two months, there have been fourteen cases of measles reported in and around Montreal – far from an epidemic, but enough to prompt a warning from the Vermont Health Department.

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