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Former Element Hotel owners seek zoning change to extend lease lengths
10-06-2023 3:37 AM

By PATRICK ADRIAN

LEBANON — The owners of the former Element Hotel on Route 120 are asking the city to allow long-term residential leases at the property AAM Lebanon Residences, a private equity firm based in Burlington, Mass., is seeking a zoning variance to allow...


Gile Hill condo owners face steep fee hikes
10-04-2023 6:27 AM

By PATRICK ADRIAN

HANOVER — Condominium owners at Gile Hill are facing steep increases in their monthly homeowner fees to cover the costs of insurance and long-term maintenance.Last month, the board of directors for the Gile Hill Condominium Owner Association notified...


Dartmouth plans new undergraduate housing on West Wheelock, changes to Lyme Road project
10-01-2023 2:12 AM

By PATRICK ADRIAN

HANOVER — Dartmouth College has announced new plans to build “apartment-style units” with a total of 250 to 300 beds on West Wheelock Street close to the heart of campus and has pulled back from plans to house hundreds of undergraduate students on...


Hanover to launch inspection program for rental housing
09-25-2023 8:36 PM

By PATRICK ADRIAN

HANOVER — With rental homes making up one-third of the town’s housing stock, Hanover is launching a rental housing inspection program to ensure that tenants are living in safe, sanitary and code-compliant homes.Planning and Zoning Director Rob...


Developer of former Kleen laundry site to seek tax relief
09-24-2023 7:10 AM

By PATRICK ADRIAN

LEBANON — City Councilors said last week they would consider a multi-year tax abatement to support the development of a 196-unit apartment complex at the site of the former Woolen Mill building on Foundry Street.On Wednesday, the City Council had an...


Plans for Mechanic Street shelter in Lebanon taking shape
09-12-2023 5:18 PM

By PATRICK ADRIAN

LEBANON — Over 40 city residents attended a community meeting on Monday to voice their questions, concerns or support for a proposed seasonal emergency shelter for unhoused individuals. Opponents who raised objections focused on public safety and...


Security stroll
09-11-2023 12:37 PM


Jim Kenyon: Playing with house money at Dartmouth
09-03-2023 4:47 AM

By JIM KENYON

The Upper Valley’s housing crunch is making it nearly impossible for many employers to persuade workers from other parts of the country to move here.But Dartmouth College has come up with a remedy.Granted, it’s no magic bullet. Only an ultra-wealthy...


Twin Pines Housing talking with Hanover about town-owned parcel
08-31-2023 4:46 PM

By PATRICK ADRIAN

HANOVER — Town officials are in early negotiations with nonprofit developer Twin Pines Housing Trust for the acquisition of 5 acres of town-owned land on which to build workforce housing.Town Manager Alex Torpey said the Selectboard is currently...


Waggin’ ride
07-06-2023 10:54 PM


Editorial: Balancing growth and conservation
06-24-2023 10:29 PM

Vermont is trying to thread the policy needle by promoting, on the one hand, affordable housing and, on the other, land conservation. This experiment, in the form of two bills passed by the Legislature this year, will test the proposition that these...


Lebanon seeks new developer for Spencer Street parcel
06-09-2023 2:43 PM

By PATRICK ADRIAN

LEBANON — City officials will seek new proposals to redevelop the former public works building at 20 Spencer St., after plans to build 94 apartments and street-level retail and commercial spaces collapsed.On Wednesday, the City Council recruited the...


After last-ditch legal effort fails, hundreds of unhoused Vermonters are evicted from motel program
06-02-2023 6:40 PM

By LOLA DUFFORT, PATRICK CROWLEY, KEVIN O’CONNOR, EMMA COTTON and ERIN PETENKO

Sitting on a curb behind the Colchester Quality Inn on Thursday and surrounded by all of her belongings packed into grocery bags, Rebecca Bussard was crying. Her phone in her hand, she said she had been on hold for an hour and 20 minutes, waiting for...


City finalizes purchase of 3 parcels on Main Street in West Lebanon
06-02-2023 6:37 PM

By PATRICK ADRIAN

WEST LEBANON — After acquiring three commercial properties on Main Street, the city will continue leasing to the existing business owners until decisions are made for the land’s future use.On Wednesday city officials closed on the purchase of 14, 28...


Upper Valley Habitat for Humanity seeks new director
05-23-2023 2:01 PM

LEBANON — Affordable housing nonprofit Upper Valley Habitat for Humanity is seeking a new executive director to replace Eva Loomis, who recently announced plans to leave the organization at the end of June. Loomis, who served six years as director,...


Developers pitch plan for 240 apartments in White River Junction
04-21-2023 9:41 AM

By PATRICK ADRIAN

WHITE RIVER JUNCTION — Developers are proposing an “extensive” apartment complex containing 240 residential units on Sykes Mountain Avenue, on an undeveloped 24-acre property sandwiched between existing single-family homes.The Hartford Planning...


Voters to consider housing solutions
03-04-2023 8:46 PM

By PATRICK ADRIAN

Housing supply and how to increase it will be an issue at several Town Meetings as voters consider zoning reforms designed to encourage residential development.Lebanon, Enfield, Hanover, Charlestown and New London all are seeking voter approval of new...


Hanover residents pan Dartmouth’s plan for residence hall
02-02-2023 9:16 AM

By PATRICK ADRIAN

HANOVER — Dartmouth College’s request for a town zoning permit to build a 397-bed student residence on Lyme Road faced heavy opposition on Thursday from Hanover residents, who challenged the thoroughness of the college’s considerations for traffic...


A Life: Lee Cutting; ‘I mostly want Lee remembered for the kind man he was, and not what he ended up with’
01-30-2023 12:12 PM

By JIM KENYON

Lee Cutting and John Walsh were the best of friends. Whether they were good influences on each other is arguable.But they had a bond. His name was Jim Beam. “We put away a lot of bourbon,” Walsh told me.For 10 years, Cutting, 64, and Walsh, 72, lived...


Donations sought for community center pavilion
01-20-2023 7:33 PM

By NORA DOYLE-BURR

VERSHIRE — Community members have launched a crowdfunding campaign in an effort to raise $60,000 to build a timber frame pavilion behind the Vershire Town Center building, according to a news release from the Vermont Department of Housing and...

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