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Brookfield, Vermont

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-Year incorporated or chartered: 1781

-Unincorporated villages and settlements: E. Brookfield

-Location of the famous Floating Bridge, a 320-foot span made up of wood atop pontoons that crosses Sunset Pond.

-There were 1222 residents of Brookfield at the 2000 census.

-Brookfield was one of the first US towns to pass a resolution calling for the impeachment of George W. Bush.

-Site of the oldest library in continuous operation in Vermont (est. 1791).

Lodging:

Green Trails Inn - Located just across the road from the Floating Bridge.

Restaurants:

Ariel's Restaurant & Pond Village Pub
RR 65, Brookfield, VT 05036
(802) 276-3939

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-Southern Vermont
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