Top Ten 2022: Housing crunch worsens

THE PROPOSED SITE for workforce housing on land off Seminary Street Extension, not far from downtown Middlebury. Independent photo/Steve James

Addison County’s — and Vermont’s — dearth of affordable housing has been well-chronicled during the past three decades. And 2022 added another sad chapter to a housing dilemma that began to touch all segments of the market.

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