Irene’s Floods Dry Up Business In Vermont Town

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Posted in Gross | History by on January 25th, 2012

Waterbury, Vermont, suffered a minimum of $9 million dollars in damages five months ago when Hurricane Irene wreaked havoc in the area. The quaint Vermont town nestled in the Green Mountains and home to Ben and Jerry’s ice cream is still suffering from Irene’s wake on all levels: economically, agriculturally, socially, and more. Here is Irene’s Floods Dry Up Business In Vermont Town.

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