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Train brings steps toward big grants to plan housing

THE EXPANDED ETHAN Allen Express rail service is drawing a growing number of passengers, including at its Middlebury stop, shown here. Independent photo/Steve James

Three Addison County municipalities are well-positioned to receive a $100,000 grant to plan future housing, bike paths and other facilities that could dovetail with the new passenger rail service in their communities.

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