November 17, 2004 – Midday Report

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Top stories developing across the region at the noon hour:

Attorney general nominee Alberto Gonzales meets with senators on Capitol Hill; Vermont’s chief executives expect sales to rise in the next six months; the Douglas administration is defending the state’s new stormwater permit law before the Vermont Supreme Court; Vermont Fish and Wildlife revenues are declining; Trout Unlimited says the survival of the brook trout in New England is in serious danger; services have been held in Rutland for John Cioffredi, the longtime head of the city’s parks and recreation department, who died last week at 73; Governor Douglas attends annual meeting of the Republican Governors’ Association in New Orleans.

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