Many young Vermonters prefer living where they can walk or bike to three coffee shops, VT Digger reports. How you going to keep ‘em down on the farm, when they’ve seen Church Street?
Vermont’s total population is essentially stagnant and has hardly changed over the last decade. But Census data shows that where people live in the state has shifted dramatically as more people, like Sauer, have chosen to live in Chittenden County and surrounding towns in the northwest. The rest of the state -- especially southern Vermont and the Northeast Kingdom -- have seen population declines.
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