VPR Evening News September 28th 2007

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Debating the statewide property tax; Vermont’s two largest power companies
say they need to be able to change their rates when their own costs for
electricity rise or fall; The federal Department of Homeland Security is
creating 300 new jobs in Vermont; A new research initiative that’s focused
on Lake Champlain and its tributaries has been awarded a six-point-seven
million dollar grant; Members of the U.S. House are asking the FCC to
review the proposed sale of Verizon’s telephone land lines in the three
states; Enthusiasts of four-legged power gather this weekend at the
Tunbridge Fairgrounds; and commentator Frank Bryan on the end of September
being a time for reflection.

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