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Danforth seeks more space, newer technology

DANFORTH PEWTER HAS applied for a $425,000 grant that would allow the company to add services and employees at its Middlebury headquarters off Seymour Street. Independent photo/Steve James

Danforth Pewter is seeking a $425,000 grant through the Vermont Capital Investment Program that would allow it to grow its Seymour Street campus and acquire a laser engraver.

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