Losing the three rural Vermont state college campuses would be a disaster to prospective students and to the campuses’ host towns, senators said during a virtual caucus Monday.
"Think about the economic impact,” said Sen. John Rodgers (D-Essex). “Lyndonville will dry up without that college. Without all of the professors and other folks who work at that college having jobs there, many of them will leave the state, there will be tons of vacant houses. The kids won’t be coming to that town to spend money.”"
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