VT Selling Bonds to Free Up Money for Repairs

VT Selling Bonds to Free Up Money for Repairs

The state of Vermont has agreed to sell millions in bonds in order to free up money for repairs.
MONTPELIER, Vt. - The state of Vermont has agreed to sell millions in bonds in order to free up money for repairs.

It includes more than 10-million dollars in transportation bonds. That gives Vermont leverage to more than $64 million for road and bridge repairs.

The money will go toward 17 projects, six of those were caused by Tropical Storm Irene. Some of the bridge projects, include Brighton, Hancock, Jamaica and Plymouth.
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