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Thursday, November 17, 2011

New Motor Homes Arrive at Flooded Mobile home Park

A Vermont mobile home park that was inundated by Irene-related flooding has reopened, with the delivery of the first new home since the Aug. 28 storm.

Lt. Gov. Phil Scott's office said about 30 of the 70 damaged mobile homes at Weston's in Berlin have been removed at no cost to the homeowners.

The cost was covered by a deal worked out with Associated General Contractors of Vermont and funds raised by the Vermont Community Foundation and the Vermont Long Term Disaster Recovery Group.

Scott said Thursday that Bond Auto Parts has donated $50,000.

Crews expected to complete the removal work at Patterson's Mobile Home Park in Duxbury on Thursday before moving on to Whalley's in Waterbury and other parks in Woodstock and Brattleboro.

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