Is this just more of the same, painting a picture of Chittenden County versus the rest of Vermont? How can we level the playing field?
"With one notable exception, the richest towns in Vermont are clustered in Chittenden County. The notable exception is Norwich, which also boasts the highest income of any town in Vermont. The median income family in Norwich earned $141,660 in 2017, far higher than second-ranked Shelburne, at $128,000, and double the statewide average of $70,500. Norwich, just across the river from Hanover, New Hampshire, is home to many high paid professionals who work at Dartmouth College and Dartmouth-Hitchcock Medical Center."
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