Day care

A toddler from Tami Dodge's home day care in St. Albans City browses for books on the Franklin Grand Isle Bookmobile. 

FRANKLIN COUNTY — The Messenger newsroom has heard a lot of chatter in the last year about the challenges of child care in Vermont. There's talk that it's expensive and hard to find, but is that true in Franklin County? 

Please take our anonymous 6-question survey to help us understand the child care situation in our area. Want to share more? Write to Managing Editor Bridget Higdon at bhigdon@orourkemediagroup.com

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