Rutland to vote on moving railyard out of downtown

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The fate of the Rutland railyard will be decided by voters in Rutland Town and Rutland City on Town Meeting Day. The $100 million plan would move the railyard to a 77-acre plot shared by the city and town.

Town officials are undecided about the proposal. City officials see it as a first step toward revitalizing the region. But critics worry about losing agricultural land, maintaining the town’s water supply and increased sewer fees.

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