Route 4 Now Open For Traffic

September 19, 2011

in Killington,News,Recovery Update


Barb Wood Photo
An official reopening of Route 4 was celebrated in Killington Friday morning. The damage to Route 4 left by the flooding from Tropical Storm Irene is extensive. With the most severe damage now fixed, the Governor said, the State is entirely navigable with a few minor exceptions. From left to right are: Seth Webb, director of Killington’s Economic Development Committee, Chris Nyberg, President of Killington/Pico SRP, Governor Shumlin, Doug Searle, from the Vermont Agency of Transportation, Megan Smith, head of the state’s Department of Tourism and Marketing Commission, Doug Casella, co-founder of Casella Waste, and Craig Mosher of Mosher Excavating.

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