victor steinbok aardvark66 at GMAIL.COM
Wed May 18 23:28:40 UTC 2011

I looked at a fairly detailed map and the two towns that appear to be on par
or larger than Rutland in the south are the two college towns--Brattleboro
and Bennington. I did not notice any other towns of comparable size, but I
could have missed a few, I suppose. But about two thirds of the territory
south of the Rutland-White River Junction line is the National Forest and
the towns I recall in the area near Rutland and Lebanon, NH (including WRJ)
don't even deserve the proverbial one horse.


On Wed, May 18, 2011 at 2:41 PM, Joel S. Berson <Berson at att.net> wrote:

> Check the figures in Wikipeda - Vermont for the population of both
> "cities" and "towns".  Many of the larger in population are south of
> Rutland -- although I don't know which ones would claim they are "major".
>  :-)
> Joel

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