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Proposal for Downtown Rutland Hotel Moving Forward

The Williston-based contractor DEW hopes to build the $20 million hotel on the site occupied by the former Rutland Herald building and an area known locally as the Pit.

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    Proposal for Downtown Rutland Hotel Moving Forward

    Planning is underway to bring a new hotel to downtown Rutland.

    The development review board in the Vermont city is expected to consider next week a preliminary design for the hotel, but no decisions will be made at the meeting on whether to move forward with the project.

    The Williston-based contractor DEW hopes to build the $20 million hotel on the site occupied by the former Rutland Herald building and an area known locally as the Pit. DEW's Peter Kelley says the 60,000-square-foot hotel would have 100-to-120 rooms and additional conference rooms.

    The Pit was once the site of hotel that was destroyed by fire in 1973.

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    Kelley says that if all goes well the hotel could open in about two years.

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