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What Rutland needs? Needs so much more than an ATM and kitchen twine. Maybe if we had a people with disposable incomes, stores would carry such items as kitchen twine?

We need private sector jobs - PERIOD! Why doesn't the Herald start printing weekly or monthly updates on how our tax payer funded organizations are doing to bring economic developemnt to this area. Might just sell some newspapers and get some new executive directors when the public finds out they are getting little to no return on their investments?

Perhaps a roundabout at the intersection of Center Street, Evelyn Street and Merchants Row. An injection of efficiency?

Why there, fbstecroix? I can't say that's ever been a probem intersection for me.

Keeping traffic moving in the heart of downtown would be a good thing for folks wanting to get from different parts of the city in a quicker manner. Plus, if we were to follow the model set forth by Glens Falls - what a center piece that would be for us in Rutland! Then again, this is just my opinion. Is anyone else peeved off when having to wait at that dreaded light ?

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