Gov., lawmakers at odds on 'current use'

Gov., lawmakers at odds on 'current use'

There are 3 comments on the Bennington Banner story from May 23, 2010, titled Gov., lawmakers at odds on 'current use'. In it, Bennington Banner reports that:

From the front porch of his farmhouse, dairy farmer George Woodard can look across a lush valley at Camels Hump, a mountain so iconic it's on Vermont's state quarter.

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Bennington, VT

#1 May 24, 2010
Vermont is so over tax happy..Douglas,Sanders,Leahy and all these pigs should pay their share of they don't they get away without paying..they will all be replaced soon enough..MONEY GRUBBERS..
Never like this

Peterborough, NH

#2 May 24, 2010
Just a way to keep land and not pay taxes. This should never be allowed
Westminster Native

Bellows Falls, VT

#3 May 29, 2010
Current Use does not conserve soon as someone wants to develop it, they take it out of current problem.

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