in other states, the foreclosure crisis left Vermont relatively unscathed. But
Burlington International Airport’s effort to buy properties and relocate residents from
neighborhoods awash in noise from airplanes has created a scene that resembles
Airports in Rutland and West Lebanon, New Hampshire, both benefit from a
federal subsidy program that’s been the subject of a bitter dispute in
Washington over the past two weeks. The
quarrel has been temporarily resolved. And the airline that serves both
communities says their service is strong and growing.