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From offices in Vermont and New Hampshire, the attorneys of Downs Rachlin Martin achieve maximum efficiency by developing deep spires of knowledge within these specific practice areas. With the resulting “been there, done that” approach, we are better suited to address each client’s problems with versatility and depth. Call us at 802.863.2375 to get started.

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Public NoticesJune 17, 2019Cornish, NH Balloon TestViridi Wireless, LLC is proposing to construct a 170' self-support monopole communications tower and associated compound at 200 Burr Road, Cornish, NH. A balloon test at the site is scheduled for June 17.
UpdatesMay 31, 20192019 Final Legislative UpdateThe legislature limped to an odd ending this session, as the House adjourned on May 24th and the Senate delayed adjournment until May 29th, still hopeful that the House would come back to pass the Minimum Wage and Paid Family Leave bills.
ArticlesMay 29, 2019Wireless Services: What’s Special in Vermont?Vermont has some important legal requirements to work through when it comes to building out a wireless network.  
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