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Cornwall thinks green with solar on its town hall

IAN PHAIR, OWNER of Vermont Solar Fund, begins installation of what will be an 88-panel array on the roof of the Congregational Church of Middlebury this week. Phair, who works primarily with tax-exempt clients, will likely also install an array on the roof of the Cornwall town hall. Independent photo/Steve James

Cornwall’s 142-year-old town hall could soon be capped with a 21st century crown of solar panels aimed at saving local taxpayers money while encouraging them to make similar investments in green energy.

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