MONTPELIER — About 100 people are expected to attend a meeting at Norwich University in Northfield to talk about Vermont’s response to flooding from Tropical Storm Irene and the best way to plan for the future.
The summit “Irene & Beyond: Continuing Vermont’s Recovery, Shaping Our Future Resilience” will be held Jan. 11.
The meeting will bring together representatives from many organizations and agencies working on disaster recovery for individuals and families affected by Irene and other severe storms in 2011.
People working on the recovery from across the state will gather to map out the work that remains to done.MORE IN Vermont NewsVermont Attorney General Bill Sorrell plans to join the U.S. Full StoryAs Rutland prepares to welcome Syrian refugees to its community, some are continuing to voice... Full Story
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