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Public Post is a community reporting initiative using digital tools to report on cities and towns across Vermont.Public Post is the only resource that lets you browse and search documents across dozens of Vermont municipal websites in one place.Follow reporter Amy Kolb Noyes and #PublicPost on Twitter and read news from the Post below.

Public Post Weekly Roundup

Tody Talbot
The flood-damaged contents of the town clerk's office sit outside the building in Moretown, Thursday, Sept. 8, 2011.

This week VPR's Public Post reports on a phone scam targeting Vermont utility customers; election day votes in Hinesburg and Moretown; and the introduction of competitive sports at Sterling College, in Craftsbury.

Here's a sampling of the week's Public Post Twitter updates from Stowe, Greensboro, Mount Holly, Woodstock and more:

VPR’s Public Post indexes municipal public documents, posted online, to bring you local news from Vermont’s cities, towns, villages and gores. When we find something interesting or newsworthy, we share it at Public Post, on Twitter, and on-air Saturday mornings at 9:35 a.m. on Vermont Public Radio.

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