Dunkiel Saunders is seeking a motivated attorney with one to two years of experience to join our legal team as an associate attorney in our Burlington, Vermont-based practice.
The individual hired for the position will be responsible for providing support in each of the firm’s practice areas, which include environmental, energy, health care, telecommunications, nonprofit, and business law.
Candidates must be a graduate of an accredited law school, hold a JD degree, and be admitted to practice before the Vermont Bar. Experience in a law firm or corporate law department, including experience in one or more of the firm’s core practice areas, is preferred.
Interested candidates should email a cover letter and resume to Ki McClennan at email@example.com by December 23, 2011. No telephone calls please.
You can find out more about the firm at www.dunkielsaunders.com.
Construction during Phase 1 at Salisbury Square
Salisbury Square, located in Randolph, Vermont, held its ribbon cutting ceremony on Tuesday for completion of Phase I of the development project.
Among the brownfield redevelopment project’s first phase was cleanup of the contaminated parcel, previously home to the Ethan Allen Furniture Company, and historic renovation and construction of apartment complexes.
For its part in the process, Dunkiel Saunders worked closely with the Randolph Area Community Development Corporation (RACDC) and the Hartland Group to secure an approved Corrective Action Plan from the Vermont Agency of Natural Resources, to help the developers obtain local zoning and Act 250 permits for the project, and to help address state historic-preservation issues related to the existing buildings and structures on the site.
The project will ultimately provide 22 single-family homes and duplexes and 14 affordable-housing apartments for families in the community, renovate an historic building, and help to support and revitalize the historic village center.