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Corporate America seldom to be found in Burlington

The pedestrian mall in downtown Burlington is decked out with Christmas-like cheer in February and March, perfect for a city not bound by convention. (Josh Noel/Chicago Tribune_
The pedestrian mall in downtown Burlington is decked out with Christmas-like cheer in February and March, perfect for a city not bound by convention. (Josh Noel/Chicago Tribune_
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BURLINGTON, Vt. — There was a McDonald’s downtown in Vermont’s largest city for years, but then Vermont’s largest city decided it didn’t want McDonald’s anymore. So the McDonald’s closed. A McDonald’s closing. Who ever heard of such a thing? In Vermont’s largest city, these things happen. Not only did the McDonald’s on Bank Street disappear, it was replaced by The Farm House Tap & Grill, a casually comfortable spot that has the town abuzz with ...


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