Killington The Environmental Commission (a state panel) has approved a four-seasons village that would be of a scale comparable to Tremblant in eastern Canada, on a 1,000-acre site at the base of the ski area. The project will include hotels, condos and shops, and is largely supported by the community, including the town of Killington (formerly known as Sherburne). But the Vermont Natural Resources Council, the state's most powerful conservation group, is appealing the decision on the basis that the development is too large, would threaten independent businesses and might add to the pollution levels of nearby streams.
Vermont State Contact:
State of Vermont Environmental Board
National Life Records Building
Drawer 20, Montpelier, Vermont 05620-3201