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Michelle Smith <[log in to unmask]>
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Tue, 2 Mar 2010 16:42:31 -0500
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Sorry, everyone, but I can't seem to find this original message 
anywhere, and so can't respond directly to Elizabeth.

I have a few contacts for you, Elizabeth, if you would like to email me 
directly:
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Thanks,
-Michelle


             
            *----- Original Message -----
            From: 'A. Elizabeth Smith'
            To:
            Sent: Wed Feb 17 10:08
            Subject: Fwd: referral
             
             
             *Hello,
             
            I am a Vermonter who relocated for work to the South 18
            years ago, now longing to return home. Do you know of a
            reputable, green-savvy architect/builder who can help with
            the building of a small cottage somewhere in the Great
            Northeast Kingdom region i.e. north of St. Johnsbury.
             
            Alternatively, do you know of any realtors who specialize in
            locating small, energy efficient or completely green,
            cottages/cabins for people in the market for a special
            little, artisanal or handmade gem, rather than a typically
            large American home?
             
            Many thanks for any suggestions or leads you can provide,
            Elizabeth Smith
             
             



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