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Monday, April 1, 2013
Timetable Â set Â for Â new Â Middlebury Â bridges By Â JOHN Â FLOWERS MIDDLEBURY Â â€” Â Engineers Â are Â plowing Â head-Âon Â into Â planning Â for Â the Â replacement Â of Â the Â Merchants Â Row Â and Â Main Â Street Â railroad Â over-Â passes, Â a Â project Â they Â said Â would Â be Â accomplished Â with Â unprecedented Â rapidity Â and Â with Â what Â they Â hope Â will Â be Â minimal Â disruption Â to Â local Â
businesses. That Â was Â the Â basic Â message Â de-Â livered Â on Â March Â 28 Â by Â Vanasse Â Hangen Â Brustlin Â Inc. Â (VHB) Â rep-Â resentatives Â to Â around Â 80 Â citizens, Â PHUFKDQWV DQG PXQLFLSDO RIÂżFLDOV who Â assembled Â at Â the Â Town Â Hall Â Theater Â for Â a Â â€œlocal Â concernsâ€? Â meet-Â (See Â Middlebury, Â Page Â 21)
Welch Â looks Â for Â stability Â in Â student Â loan Â interest Â rates By Â LEE Â J. Â KAHRS Brandon Â Reporter RUTLAND Â â€” Â Just Â listening Â to Â these Â working Â parents Â pursuing Â col-Â lege Â degrees Â is Â exhausting. Â Ava Â Pehm, Â 42, Â of Â Pittsford Â is Â a Â single Â mother Â to Â two Â kids, Â ages Â 10 Â and Â 13. Â She Â is Â pursuing Â a Â degree Â in Â administrative Â management Â from Â
the Â Community Â College Â of Â Vermont Â in Â Rutland Â and Â works Â part-Âtime. Â Greg Â Lambert, Â 36, Â of Â Rutland Â is Â a Â single Â father Â to Â a Â seven-Âyear-Âold Â boy Â and Â is Â a Â recent Â cancer Â survivor Â pursuing Â a Â degree Â in Â environmental Â science Â at Â CCV. Â Niki Â Twohig Â of Â Rutland Â has Â (See Â Welch, Â Page Â 7)
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Getting Â a Â head Â start BETH Â WIMETT Â WORKS Â in Â the Â Woods Â Market Â Garden Â greenhouse Â in Â Brandon Â recently. Â Frigid Â air Â swirled Â outside Â the Â greenhouse, Â but Â inside Â it Â was Â hot Â and Â humid. Independent Â photo/Trent Â Campbell
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By Â XIAN Â CHIANG-ÂWAREN BRISTOL Â â€” Â The Â location Â may Â have Â been Â rural Â Vermont, Â but Â the Â ambiance Â was Â entirely Â French Â at Â the Â Mount Â Abraham Â Union Â High Â School Â cafeteria Â last Â Thursday. Â French Â music Â piped Â in Â through Â the Â speakers, Â crisp, Â white Â tablecloths Â dressed Â up Â the Â caf-Â eteria, Â and Â students Â gathered Â to Â con-Â verse Â in Â French Â over Â a Â gourmet Â meal Â
prepared Â by Â chef Â Bill Â Snell Â of Â New Â Havenâ€™s Â Tourterelle Â restaurant. â€œItâ€™s Â what Â we Â want Â meals Â to Â be Â like Â â€” Â this Â idea Â of Â community,â€? Â said Â Kathy Â Alexander, Â director Â of Â the Â Ad-Â dison Â Northeast Â Supervisory Â Union Â Food Â Service Â Cooperative, Â surveying Â the Â scene Â with Â a Â smile. The Â high Â schoolâ€™s Â second Â annual Â French Â Day Â was Â a Â collaborative Â effort Â
between Â Mount Â Abe Â French Â students, Â Tourterelle Â owners Â Bill Â and Â Christine Â Snell, Â and Â the Â staff Â of Â the Â ANeSU Â food Â co-Âoperative. Â In Â recent Â years, Â the Â ANeSU Â co-Â op Â has Â made Â great Â strides Â in Â using Â school Â kitchens Â â€” Â not Â to Â mention Â the Â countyâ€™s Â agricultural Â heritage Â â€” Â to Â enhance Â the Â learning Â experiences Â of Â students Â in Â the Â Five Â Town Â Area. Â
Along Â with Â in-Âschool Â community Â ser-Â vice Â programs, Â the Â co-Âop Â has Â planned Â themed Â lunch Â days Â as Â special Â events Â that Â also Â integrate Â classroom Â learn-Â ing. Â They Â recently Â hosted Â a Â Turkish Â Lunch, Â and Â the Â high Â school Â has Â Greek Â Day Â and Â Latin Â American Â Day Â coming Â up. Â Most Â theme Â days Â highlight Â food Â from Â cultures Â around Â the Â world, Â but Â (See Â Mt. Â Abe, Â Page Â 2)
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Mt. Â Abe (Continued Â from Â Page Â 1) students Â prepared Â themselves Â earlier Â they Â arenâ€™t Â limited Â Â to Â geography Â â€” Â in Â the Â week. Â â€œ(Students) Â came Â in Â as Â last Â year Â on Â March Â 14 Â (which Â can Â be Â we Â were Â cooking Â in Â the Â morning, Â abbreviated Â â€œ3.14â€?), Â the Â co-Âop Â also Â and Â they Â were Â excited Â to Â eat Â lunch.â€? sponsored Â a Â Pi Â Day Â (think Â of Â the Â nu-Â â€œTo Â see Â (students) Â trying Â differ-Â merical Â concept Â of Â â€œpiâ€?), Â where Â every Â ent Â food Â is Â also Â nice Â to Â see,â€? Â Snell Â item Â on Â the Â menu Â came Â in Â pie Â form. Â laughed. Â â€œI Â donâ€™t Â think Â I Â would Â have Â Dishes Â included Â pizza Â and Â quiche Â as Â eaten Â celery Â puree Â at Â that Â age.â€? well Â as Â dessert Â pies. Tourterelle Â pastry Â chef Â Adam Â Fe-Â â€œWe Â are Â really Â committed Â to Â be-Â derman Â was Â also Â on Â hand, Â busily Â ing Â part Â of Â studentsâ€™ Â education,â€? Â said Â serving Â up Â trays Â of Â apple Â clafouti, Â a Â Alexander. Â â€œWe Â tell Â all Â our Â teachers, Â traditional Â French Â dessert Â of Â apples Â especially Â here Â at Â the Â high Â school, Â if Â over Â vanilla Â custard. you Â want Â to Â inject Â food Â and Â culture Â â€œI Â wanted Â to Â do Â something Â the Â into Â your Â studies Â to Â make Â it Â more Â in-Â students Â could Â learn Â how Â to Â make Â teresting Â or Â fun, Â weâ€™re Â themselves,â€? Â Federman Â here Â for Â you.â€? explained. Â â€œIt Â is Â one Â â€œTo see Mount Â Abe Â French Â of Â the Â simplest Â French Â teacher Â Jori Â Jacobeit Â (students) desserts Â out Â there. Â Ju-Â took Â them Â up Â on Â it. Â trying different lia Â Child Â describes Â it Â as Â This Â yearâ€™s Â French Â Day Â food is also pancake Â batter Â poured Â marked Â a Â special Â occa-Â nice. I donâ€™t over Â fruit. Â Traditional, Â VLRQÂ˛IRUWKHÂżUVWWLPH think I would simple, Â and Â itâ€™s Â good.â€? a Â collaboration Â was Â The Â meal Â was Â pre-Â have eaten made Â with Â community Â pared Â with Â the Â best Â avail-Â members Â outside Â of Â the Â celery puree at able Â ingredients Â that Â the Â that age.â€? school Â system. Â ANeSU Â cooperative Â â€” Chef Bill Snell had, Â with Â input Â from Â the Â â€œI Â just Â thought, Â this Â is Â such Â a Â wonderful Â op-Â students Â and Â the Â Tourt-Â portunity Â to Â partner Â with Â our Â col-Â erelle Â staff. Â Planning Â a Â school Â lunch Â leagues Â in Â the Â community,â€? Â said Â menu Â can Â be Â an Â educational Â experi-Â Alexander, Â who Â added Â that Â in Â plan-Â ence Â in Â itself, Â Alexander Â explained, Â ning Â French Â Day, Â she Â immediately Â since Â she Â and Â her Â staff Â have Â to Â meet Â thought Â of Â Bill Â and Â Christine Â Snell, Â USDA Â nutritional Â standards Â for Â each Â whose Â restaurant Â is Â among Â the Â most Â meal Â served Â in Â the Â cafeteria. Â popular Â and Â well-Âreviewed Â destina-Â The Â French Â Day Â menu Â was Â de-Â tions Â for Â French Â cuisine Â in Â the Â state Â VLJQHG WR UHĂ€HFW WUDGLWLRQDO )UHQFK and Â whose Â two Â youngest Â children Â cuisine Â while Â using Â fresh, Â local Â Ver-Â currently Â attend Â Beeman Â Elemen-Â mont Â ingredients, Â a Â principle Â that Â tary Â School. Tourterelle Â uses Â to Â an Â even Â higher Â â€œEveryoneâ€™s Â excited,â€? Â said Â Bill Â degree Â when Â preparing Â dishes Â for Â Snâ€œEveryoneâ€™s Â excited,â€? Â said Â Bill Â its Â customers. Â Tourterelleâ€™s Â menu Â Snell Â on Â Thursday, Â taking Â a Â break Â changes Â seasonally, Â and Â the Â Snells Â from Â preparing Â the Â meal Â of Â pork Â rely Â on Â local Â meats, Â vegetables Â and Â with Â cider Â and Â prunes Â (â€œsautĂŠ Â de Â cheese Â in Â the Â restaurant. porc Â au Â cidre Â et Â aux Â prunesâ€?);Íž Â pureed Â Students Â also Â helped Â in Â food Â prepa-Â parsnips Â with Â celery Â (â€œpurĂŠe Â de Â pa-Â ration Â itself. Â On Â Monday, Â French Â stu-Â nais Â et Â de Â celeryâ€?);Íž Â rice Â pilaf Â (â€œriz Â pi-Â dents Â went Â to Â the Â cafeteria Â and Â pre-Â lafâ€?);Íž Â and Â sautĂŠed Â green Â beans Â with Â pared Â ratatouille, Â a Â traditional Â French Â almonds Â (â€œharicots Â verts Â aux Â aman-Â vegetable Â dish. Â They Â chopped Â toma-Â desâ€?). Â Snell Â also Â assisted Â with Â the Â ra-Â toes Â and Â eggplant Â with Â chef Â knives, Â tatouille Â dish Â that Â Mount Â Abe Â French Â sautĂŠed Â the Â vegetables, Â layered Â the Â
MOUNT Â ABRAHAM Â UNION Â High Â School Â student Â Vanessa Â Malloy Â sits Â at Â the Â â€œtable Â francophoneâ€? Â with Â fellow Â students Â and Â French Â teacher Â Jori Â Jacobeit Â during Â a Â French-Âthemed Â lunch Â in Â the Â school Â cafeteria Â last Â Thurs-Â day. Â Only Â French Â was Â spoken Â at Â the Â table.
YHJHWDEOHV WR HQKDQFH WKH Ă€DYRU DW %LOO 6QHOOÂśV GLUHFWLRQ DQG OHW LW ÂłĂ€D-Â vor Â upâ€? Â for Â a Â few Â days Â before Â serving Â on Â Thursday. Tenth-Âgraders Â Katie Â Meyer Â and Â Susannah Â Frey Â staffed Â the Â lunch Â line Â along Â with Â Christine Â Snell, Â herself Â a Â native Â of Â France. â€œWe Â did Â a Â lot Â of Â stuff Â in Â class Â over Â the Â last Â couple Â of Â weeks,â€? Â Meyer Â said. Â She Â and Â Frey Â had Â helped Â make Â a Â bul-Â letin Â board Â for Â the Â hallway, Â decorated Â the Â cafeteria, Â and Â found Â French Â music Â to Â play Â during Â the Â event. Â â€œI Â think Â itâ€™s Â good Â to Â get Â people Â in-Â terested Â in Â French, Â too,â€? Â Meyer Â said Â of Â the Â event. Â â€œItâ€™s Â not Â like Â youâ€™re Â just Â sitting Â in Â a Â classroom Â reading Â a Â text-Â book, Â youâ€™re Â really Â involved Â in Â learn-Â ing Â the Â language Â and Â the Â culture.â€? ANeSU Â co-Âop Â educator Â Kristen Â Andrews Â emphasized Â that Â the Â cafete-Â ria Â can Â really Â be Â an Â ideal Â classroom Â
for Â students. Â â€œItâ€™s Â an Â amazing Â resource Â thatâ€™s Â usually Â untapped Â in Â high Â schools, Â a Â place Â for Â them Â to Â do Â hands-Âon Â work Â and Â to Â apply Â what Â it Â is Â theyâ€™re Â learn-Â ing. Â Itâ€™s Â here, Â so Â why Â not Â use Â it?â€? Â An-Â drews Â said. â€œIt Â helps Â them Â to Â be Â more Â intimate Â with Â the Â operation Â of Â food, Â it Â helps Â them Â think Â about Â planning Â healthy Â meals, Â itâ€™s Â really Â linked Â to Â health Â and Â well-Âbeing. Â The Â more Â that Â students Â
are Â involved Â in Â preparing Â their Â foods, Â seeing Â where Â their Â food Â comes Â from, Â seeing Â that Â we Â have Â local Â farms Â that Â are Â dropping Â off Â their Â food Â here, Â that Â their Â beef Â is Â from Â a Â local Â farm Â â€” Â it Â can Â have Â lifelong Â consequences.â€? In Â the Â short Â term Â though, Â the Â Mount Â Abraham Â community Â seemed Â to Â be Â thoroughly Â enjoying Â French Â Dayâ€™s Â success. â€œCan Â I Â have Â thirds?â€? Â one Â student Â asked.
TOURTERELLE Â CHEF Â AND Â co-Âowner Â Bill Â Snell Â works Â on Â a Â green Â bean Â MOUNT Â ABRAHAM Â UNION Â Middle Â School Â eighth-Âgrader Â Peter Â Gebo, Â who Â would Â like Â to Â own Â a Â restaurant Â dish Â for Â service Â during Â Mount Â Abraham Â Union Â High Â Schoolâ€™s Â French Â some Â day, Â talks Â with Â Food Â Service Â Cooperative Â Director Â Kathy Â Alexander Â and Â Tourterelle Â pastry Â chef Â Adam Â Day Â celebration Â last Â Thursday. Federman Â in Â the Â Mount Â Abraham Â Union Â High Â School Â kitchen Â last Â Thursday. Â Independent Â photos/Trent Â Campbell
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Council Â to Â add Â member Â on Â April Â 9;Íž Â candidates Â emerge By Â ANDY Â KIRKALDY VERGENNES Â â€” Â Vergennes Â city Â council Â members Â at Â their Â meeting Â last Â week Â said Â they Â will Â almost Â certainly Â ÂżOOWKHYDFDQF\RQWKHFRXQFLODWWKHLU April Â 9 Â meeting, Â and Â two Â candidates Â have Â emerged Â for Â the Â vacancy Â created Â when Â Alderman Â Bill Â Benton Â won Â a Â race Â for Â mayor Â on Â March Â 5. Â Former Â alderman Â Peter Â Garon Â had Â already Â expressed Â an Â interest Â before Â Tuesdayâ€™s Â meeting. Â On Â Wednesday, Â Vergennes Â real Â estate Â broker Â Lynn Â -DFNVRQ'RQQHOO\FRQÂżUPHGWKDWVKH too, Â would Â like Â to Â be Â appointed Â to Â VHUYHWKHÂżQDO\HDURI%HQWRQÂśVWHUP which Â will Â expire Â in Â March Â 2014. Â Both Â attended Â last Â weekâ€™s Â meeting. Â %HQWRQ UXQQLQJ KLV ÂżUVW PHHWLQJ since Â his Â election, Â asked Â all Â other Â in-Â terested Â candidates Â to Â submit Â a Â letter Â to Â City Â Clerk Â Joan Â Devine Â with Â their Â background Â and Â reasons Â for Â wanting Â to Â serve. Â City Â Manager Â Mel Â Hawley Â said Â those Â letters Â should Â be Â received Â by Â this Â Thursday Â to Â allow Â him Â to Â include Â the Â letters Â in Â the Â packet Â he Â will Â send Â to Â aldermen Â in Â advance Â of Â their Â April Â 9 Â meeting. Garon Â served Â a Â two-Âyear Â term Â that Â expired Â in Â March, Â but Â lost Â a Â four-Âway Â race Â for Â three Â seats Â on Â March Â 5. Â He Â is Â a Â 10-Âyear Â city Â resident Â who Â has Â retired Â from Â a Â long Â career Â working Â for Â the Â state Â as Â a Â human Â resources Â adminis-Â trator;Íž Â he Â now Â works Â for Â the Â Vermont Â State Â Employees Â Union Â as Â a Â labor Â
educator. Â He Â has Â served Â on Â boards Â and Â rescue Â squads Â in Â other Â towns Â and Â as Â a Â Vergennes Â Area Â Rescue Â Squad Â presi-Â dent. Â Â Jackson Â Donnelly Â is Â a Â lifelong Â resi-Â dent Â of Â the Â Vergennes Â area Â who Â is Â the Â principal Â broker Â of Â Century Â 21 Â Jack Â Associates. Â She Â recently Â returned Â to Â Vergennes Â after Â living Â in Â Panton, Â where Â she Â served Â on Â the Â town Â select-Â board, Â including Â as Â its Â chairwoman. Â She Â also Â has Â an Â extensive Â community Â service Â rĂŠsumĂŠ. Â The Â exact Â process Â for Â the Â council Â to Â choose Â their Â new Â colleague Â from Â among Â those Â two Â and Â any Â other Â candi-Â dates Â remains Â up Â in Â the Â air. Â Hawley Â said Â the Â Vergennes Â charter Â calls Â for Â a Â vacancy Â to Â be Â â€œforthwith Â ÂżOOHG E\ WKH DSSRLQWLQJ DXWKRULW\Â´ D statement Â that Â he Â said Â means Â aldermen Â must Â act Â promptly. Â Alderman Â Renny Â Perry Â said Â that Â also Â elsewhere Â councils Â cast Â ballots Â in Â secret Â before Â announcing Â the Â win-Â ner. Â Hawley Â said Â he Â would Â research Â whether Â Vergennes Â aldermen Â would Â have Â to Â go Â on Â public Â record Â with Â their Â votes. Â Â Regardless Â of Â how Â the Â vote Â is Â han-Â dled, Â Garon Â suggested Â a Â â€œpublic Â in-Â terview Â processâ€? Â to Â allow Â for Â â€œmore Â transparency,â€? Â a Â suggestion Â aldermen Â viewed Â favorably. But Â they Â did Â not Â agree Â last Â week Â on Â whether Â the Â candidates Â should Â all Â be Â asked Â the Â same Â set Â of Â questions Â â€” Â as Â suggested Â at Â the Â meeting Â by Â former Â
mayor Â Mike Â Daniels Â â€” Â or Â whether Â the Â interview Â should Â be Â more Â free-Â Ă€RZLQJ Alderwoman Â Ziggy Â Comeau Â made Â a Â recommendation Â that Â was Â well Â re-Â ceived Â â€” Â simply Â giving Â each Â candi-Â date Â a Â few Â minutes Â to Â make Â his Â or Â her Â case. Â â€œYou Â can Â let Â each Â of Â them Â speak,â€? Â Comeau Â said. Â Alderman Â Joe Â Klopfenstein Â said Â after Â those Â presentations Â the Â council Â could Â then Â ask Â â€œclarifying Â questionsâ€? Â of Â the Â candidates. Â Benton Â said Â he Â and Â Hawley Â would Â work Â out Â a Â process Â and Â discuss Â it Â with Â the Â council Â before Â April Â 9. â€œWeâ€™ll Â try Â to Â come Â up Â with Â some-Â thing Â that Â is Â fair Â and Â not Â take Â two Â hours,â€? Â Benton Â said. Â TEAMWORK Â ISSUE? Aldermen Â also Â last Â week Â voted Â to Â ask Â a Â warning Â to Â be Â prepared Â for Â their Â April Â 9 Â meeting Â that Â would Â call Â for Â a Â $1.45 Â million Â bond Â vote Â to Â support Â a Â $1.55 Â million Â police Â station Â project Â on Â North Â Main Â Street;Íž Â that Â issue Â was Â covered Â in Â the Â March Â 28 Â Independent. Â Â On Â conclusion Â of Â discussion Â of Â the Â police Â station, Â Alderman Â Klopfenstein Â made Â a Â statement Â that Â it Â was Â crucial Â for Â citizens Â to Â trust Â the Â council, Â and Â for Â aldermen Â to Â trust Â and Â support Â each Â other, Â act Â as Â a Â team Â and Â back Â group Â decisions. Â â€œItâ€™s Â very Â important Â we Â uphold Â that Â decision, Â especially Â if Â it Â is Â unanimous, Â publicly Â and Â privately,â€? Â he Â said. Â
Afterward, Â Klopfenstein Â said Â he Â was Â not Â pleased Â that Â Comeau, Â also Â a Â member Â of Â the Â councilâ€™s Â police Â station Â committee, Â had Â allegedly Â campaigned Â against Â aldermenâ€™s Â $1.85 Â million Â Town Â Meeting Â Day Â police Â station Â pro-Â posal Â after Â voting Â for Â it Â as Â a Â member Â of Â council. Reached Â later Â in Â the Â week, Â Comeau Â said Â she Â had Â not Â actively Â lobbied Â against Â the Â proposal. â€œI Â didnâ€™t Â say Â one Â way Â or Â another Â on Â it. Â I Â didnâ€™t Â campaign Â against Â it, Â knock Â on Â doors Â or Â anything,â€? Â she Â said. Â Comeau Â did Â acknowledge Â that Â if Â people Â â€œapproached Â me Â concerned Â with Â their Â taxes,â€? Â she Â told Â them Â they Â had Â the Â right Â to Â vote Â against Â the Â plan. â€œOf Â course, Â I Â have Â a Â lot Â of Â seniors Â who Â talk Â to Â me, Â and Â thatâ€™s Â what Â I Â tell Â them,â€? Â she Â said. If Â people Â asked Â her Â about Â the Â size Â and Â scope Â of Â the Â project Â before Â the Â vote, Â Comeau Â said Â her Â response Â was, Â â€œI Â said Â theyâ€™re Â planning Â ahead Â for Â the Â future,â€? Â adding, Â â€œI Â was Â trying Â to Â be Â careful Â about Â how Â I Â said Â it.â€? Comeau Â said Â she Â encouraged Â all Â she Â spoke Â to Â to Â vote. Â â€œI Â did Â say Â we Â have Â to Â know Â how Â you Â feel Â â€Ś Â because Â thatâ€™s Â a Â big Â proj-Â ect,â€? Â she Â said. Â Aldermen Â last Â week Â also: Â Â‡ 7DEOHG D YRWH IRU VHQLRU DOGHU-Â PDQXQWLOWKHFRXQFLOYDFDQF\LVÂżOOHG Randy Â Ouellette Â has Â served Â as Â senior Â alderman Â in Â recent Â years. Â The Â senior Â alderman Â serves Â the Â remainder Â of Â the Â
mayorâ€™s Â term Â if Â the Â mayor Â steps Â down. Â Â‡ 9RWHGWRVHHNÂłLQWHUYHQHUÂ´VWDWXV before Â Public Â Service Â Board Â delib-Â erations Â on Â the Â Vermont Â Gas Â Systemsâ€™ Â DSSOLFDWLRQIRUD&HUWLÂżFDWHRI3XEOLF Good Â for Â its Â Addison Â County Â natu-Â ral Â gas Â pipeline Â project. Â Hawley Â said Â that Â status Â would Â allow Â Vergennes Â to Â negotiate Â with Â Vermont Â Gas Â how Â the Â pipeline Â runs Â in Â Vergennes Â and Â how Â city Â residents Â are Â served. Â Â‡ $GRSWHG5REHUWÂśV5XOHVRI2UGHU for Â boards Â and Â committees, Â a Â move Â that Â will Â mean Â a Â slight Â departure Â from Â past Â council Â procedure. Â In Â the Â past, Â mayors Â have Â generally Â not Â fully Â par-Â ticipated Â in Â discussions Â and Â only Â cast Â tie-Âbreaking Â votes. Â The Â Robertâ€™s Â Rules Â VSHFLÂżF WR ERDUGV DOORZ ERDUG FKDLU-Â persons Â to Â participate Â in Â discussions Â and Â vote. Â‡ +HDUGIURP+DZOH\WKDW(QFRUH Redevelopment Â Inc. Â â€œis Â in Â the Â design Â phaseâ€? Â for Â a Â solar Â array Â project Â to Â be Â built Â near Â the Â cityâ€™s Â wastewater Â treat-Â ment Â plant. Â‡ 5HDSSRLQWHG &KHU\O %ULQNPDQ as Â the Â cityâ€™s Â representative Â to Â the Â Ad-Â dison Â County Â Solid Â Waste Â Manage-Â ment Â District, Â Christine Â Bradford Â as Â the Â councilâ€™s Â representative Â on Â the Â Bixby Â Memorial Â Library Â board, Â the Â entire Â city Â recreation Â committee, Â and Â Mike Â Daniels Â and Â Craig Â Miner Â as Â the Â co-Âchairmen Â of Â the Â townâ€™s Â Green Â Up Â Day Â effort. Andy Â Kirkaldy Â may Â be Â reached Â at Â email@example.com.
Brandon Â DRB Â decision Â on Â marijuana Â dispensary Â appealed By Â LEE Â J. Â KAHRS landowner Â has Â appealed Â a Â recent Â cal Â marijuana Â dispensary Â on Â Lovers Â On Â March Â 7, Â the Â Brandon Â DRB Â Brandon Â Reporter Brandon Â Development Â Review Â Lane. issued Â a Â decision Â unanimously Â ap-Â BRANDON Â â€” Â A Â neighboring Â Board Â decision Â to Â permit Â a Â medi-Â -RDQQH1LFKROVÂżOHGDQDSSHDOWR proving Â a Â change Â of Â use Â application Â the Â Vermont Â Environmental Â Court Â for Â Alexandra Â Ford Â and Â Rutland Â on Â March Â 21, Â citing Â numerous Â con-Â County Â Organics Â for Â a Â building Â at Â 84 Â cerns Â with Â the Â proposed Â facility, Â Lovers Â Lane. Â The Â property, Â owned Â including Â issues Â of Â safety, Â privacy, Â by Â Chuck Â Mitchell, Â is Â in Â the Â Rural Â odor Â and Â air Â quality, Â pesticides Â and Â Development Â zone Â and Â was Â permit-Â Welcome Â fertilizers, Â and Â the Â potential Â risk Â of Â ted Â for Â light Â wood Â manufacturing. Â living Â next Â to Â a Â â€œhigh-Âcrime Â target.â€? The Â DRB Â approved Â a Â change Â of Â use Â 1HZ$IÂżOLDWHV
ACBOR Â would Â like Â to Â welcome Â all Â of Â the Â new Â businesses Â DQGSURIHVVLRQDOVDVDIÂżOLDWHPHPEHUVÂą Weâ€™re Â glad Â to Â have Â you Â with Â us! Appraisal Â Professionals -Â Â Â Â Â Â Â Â Â Â Â Justus Â Devries, Â Jr., Â Inc. -Â Â Â Â Â Â Â Â Â Â Â Stavenow Â Appraisal Â Services, Â Inc. -Â Â Â Â Â Â Â Â Â Â Â W.D. Â Benton Â Inc. Â Appraisers Â Building Â Professionals -Â Â Â Â Â Â Â Â Â Â Â A.Ginsburg Â Architects -Â Â Â Â Â Â Â Â Â Â Â Cramer Â Inspection Â Group, Â Inc -Â Â Â Â Â Â Â Â Â Â Â Jim Â Murphy Â Property Â & Â Home Â Inspection -Â Â Â Â Â Â Â Â Â Â Â Woodland Â Woodworks, Â LLC Â Environmental Â Professionals -Â Â Â Â Â Â Â Â Â Â Â LaRose Â Surveys, Â PC -Â Â Â Â Â Â Â Â Â Â Â LTM Â Environment Â Insurance Â Professionals -Â Â Â Â Â Â Â Â Â Â Â Gaines Â Insurance Â Agency, Â Inc. -Â Â Â Â Â Â Â Â Â Â Â Liberty Â Mutual Â Insurance Â Legal Â Professionals -Â Â Â Â Â Â Â Â Â Â Â American Â Land Â Title, Â Inc /DZ2IÂżFHVRI)UHG93HHW3& Marketing Â Professionals -Â Â Â Â Â Â Â Â Â Â Â Addison Â Independent Â / Â Addison Â Press Mortgage Â Professionals -Â Â Â Â Â Â Â Â Â Â Â Kittredge Â Mortgage Â Corporation -Â Â Â Â Â Â Â Â Â Â Â National Â Bank Â of Â Middlebury -Â Â Â Â Â Â Â Â Â Â Â Peopleâ€™s Â United Â Bank -Â Â Â Â Â Â Â Â Â Â Â Real Â Estate Â Mortgage Â Network 9HUPRQW6WDWH(PSOR\HHV&UHGLW8QLRQ Other Â Professionals -Â Â Â Â Â 6FHQWVDWLRQV)ORZHUV *LIWV Repair Â Professionals -Â Â Â Â Â Â Â Â Â Â Â Third Â Generation Â Appliance Â Repair
to Â a Â licensed Â medical Â marijuana Â dis-Â pensary Â and Â manufacturing Â facility. All Â appeals Â of Â local Â permitting Â decisions Â go Â before Â the Â Vermont Â En-Â vironmental Â Court. Â To Â overturn Â the Â DRBâ€™s Â decision Â to Â issue Â a Â permit, Â the Â appellants Â must Â prove Â that Â the Â project Â would Â have Â adverse Â effects Â on Â the Â building, Â the Â character Â of Â the Â (See Â Marijuana, Â Page Â 7)
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&RORUDGRÂżUVWRIDWUHQG" In Â a Â sign Â of Â what Â the Â nation Â might Â hope Â is Â the Â start Â of Â a Â continuing Â trend, Â &RORUDGREHFDPHWKHÂżUVW:HVWHUQVWDWHWRDGRSWWRXJKHUJXQFRQWUROODZV with Â the Â recent Â signing Â of Â legislation. The Â measure, Â which Â is Â similar Â to Â what Â Vermont Â legislators Â were Â asked Â to Â consider Â but Â decided Â not Â to Â tackle Â this Â year, Â bans Â magazines Â for Â automatic Â assault-Âstyle Â weapons Â that Â hold Â more Â than Â 15 Â rounds Â and Â requires Â back-Â ground Â checks Â made Â online Â or Â through Â private Â parties Â (like Â gun Â shows). Â &RORUDGRLVWKHÂżUVWVWDWHEH\RQGWKH(DVW&RDVWWRVWUHQJWKHQLWVJXQODZV since Â last Â yearâ€™s Â shootings Â in Â Aurora Â in Â a Â movie Â theater Â killed Â 12 Â people Â and Â left Â 60 Â wounded, Â and Â the Â more Â recent Â shootings Â in Â Newtown, Â Conn. Â In Â ad-Â dition Â to Â the Â ban Â on Â magazines Â holding Â more Â than Â 15 Â rounds, Â the Â law Â bans Â magazines Â with Â a Â smaller Â capacity Â but Â which Â can Â be Â easily Â converted Â to Â hold Â more Â than Â 15 Â rounds. In Â their Â tired Â response, Â Republican Â opponents Â criticized Â the Â legislation Â VD\LQJ VRPH FULPLQDOV ZLOO ÂżQG ZD\V WR VNLUW WKH ODZV DQG WKDW WKH PHD-Â sure Â will Â hurt Â the Â stateâ€™s Â economy Â by Â eliminating Â jobs. Â Seriously. Â In Â their Â response, Â Republican Â opponents Â offered Â no Â recognition Â that Â this Â style Â of Â as-Â sault Â weapon Â has Â been Â used Â by Â mentally Â ill Â people Â to Â walk Â into Â public Â spaces Â and Â wreak Â senseless Â havoc, Â and Â yet Â could Â buy Â the Â assault Â weapons Â with Â no Â questioning Â about Â their Â background Â â€” Â including Â criminal Â records Â or Â mental Â stability. Â The Â modest Â proposals Â being Â made Â to Â bring Â a Â little Â sanity Â to Â state Â and Â na-Â tional Â gun Â control Â laws Â is Â yet Â another Â argument Â (same Â sex Â marriage Â and Â the Â notion Â that Â we Â canâ€™t Â keep Â cutting Â taxes Â to Â the Â wealthiest Â few Â are Â two Â others) Â in Â which Â Republicans Â need Â to Â take Â an Â accurate Â measure Â of Â the Â publicâ€™s Â pulse Â (roughly Â 80 Â percent Â of Â Americans Â support Â increased Â background Â checks Â and Â stricter Â control Â of Â assault-Âstyle Â weapons) Â before Â they Â discover, Â once Â again, Â they Â are Â on Â the Â wrong Â side Â of Â history. The Â issue Â here Â is Â not Â about Â preventing Â Americans Â from Â owning Â guns, Â in Â JHQHUDO EXW UDWKHU OLPLWLQJ DFFHVV WR KLJKO\ VSHFLÂżF ZHDSRQV ZKRVH SUL-Â PDU\LQWHQWLVWRNLOOSHRSOHZLWKUDSLGÂżUHSUHFLVLRQ6XUHO\ZHFDQJHWPRVW Americans, Â and Â even Â the Â gun Â lobby, Â to Â support Â a Â commonsense Â approach. Â .XGRVWR&RORUDGRIRUOHDGLQJWKH:HVW+RSHIXOO\LQ9HUPRQWZHZLOOWDNH much Â needed Â action Â next Â year.
$QRWKHUSOXJIRUDFDUERQWD[ Hereâ€™s Â another Â reason Â a Â tax Â on Â carbon Â dioxide Â emissions Â (a Â carbon Â tax) Â makes Â good Â economic Â sense: Â According Â to Â a Â study Â done Â for Â the Â International Â Monetary Â Fund, Â governments Â throughout Â the Â world Â are Â subsizing Â cheap Â en-Â ergy Â to Â the Â detriment Â of Â the Â world Â economy Â (not Â just Â the Â environment) Â to Â the Â tune Â of Â $2 Â trillion Â in Â 2011. The Â enormous Â negative Â impact Â â€” Â that Â $2 Â trillion Â annually Â â€” Â is Â not Â just Â cash Â subsidies Â used Â minimize Â fuel Â costs, Â but Â also, Â as Â a Â Washington Â Post Â edi-Â torial Â said Â on Â Sunday, Â â€œwhat Â policymakers Â are Â refusing Â to Â do. Â Burning Â fossil Â fuels Â produces Â a Â range Â of Â negative Â side Â effects, Â such Â as Â pollution. Â The Â only Â economically Â rational Â response Â is Â to Â build Â those Â costs Â into Â the Â price Â of Â energy Â WKURXJKDQHIÂżFLHQWWD[ÂŤ*RYHUQPHQWSROLFLHVWKDWPDNHSULFHVDUWLÂżFLDOO\ low Â encourage Â people Â to Â use Â too Â much Â energy, Â resulting Â in Â pollution Â that Â A Â CLASSIC Â KIDâ€™S Â bike Â with Â a Â banana Â seat Â and Â monkey Â bar Â handlebars Â sits Â outside Â Little Â City Â Cycles Â dirties Â local Â environments, Â congested Â streets Â and Â global Â warming. Â At Â the Â in Â Vergennes Â last Â Monday Â morning. Independent Â photo/Trent Â Campbell VDPHWLPHVXEVLGLHVGLVWRUWLQYHVWPHQWLQVWHDGRIDOORZLQJFDSLWDOWRĂ€RZ to Â where Â it Â would Â do Â the Â most Â good, Â they Â push Â it Â toward Â fossil-Âfuel Â produc-Â tion Â â€” Â and Â away Â from Â enterprises Â that Â would Â more Â usefully Â employ Â some Â of Â the Â money, Â such Â as Â clean Â energy. Â Supports Â also Â hurt Â government Â budgets Â E\GLYHUWLQJUHVRXUFHVDZD\IURPZRUWKLHUVWDWHVSHQGLQJÂŤ(YHU\FRXQWU\ LQWKHZRUOGZRXOGEHQHÂżWIURPWKHKRQHVWSULFLQJRIHQHUJ\7KH*URXSRI (LJKWUHFRJQL]HGWKLVLQLWVVXPPLWDW&DPS'DYLGODVW\HDUZKHQLWVPHP-Â ber Â countries Â recommitted Â eliminating Â fossil-Âfuel Â supports.â€? :KDWÂśVGLIÂżFXOWWRQHJRWLDWHLVJHWWLQJEX\LQIURPWKHJOREDOFRPPXQLW\ so Â one Â country Â isnâ€™t Â punished Â economically Â by Â implementing Â the Â tax Â while Â Many Â lake Â property Â owners Â are Â preciation Â for Â lake Â conservation Â relocation Â or Â enlargement Â of Â any Â RWKHUVEHQHÂżWE\QRWLPSOHPHQWLQJVRPHWKLQJVLPLODU7KDWÂśVDWRXJKQXWWR not Â aware Â of Â the Â Vermont Â House Â and Â allowing Â future Â generations Â the Â VWUXFWXUHDVZHOODVVSHFLÂżFDWLRQRQ crack, Â but Â it Â needs Â to Â be Â a Â top Â concern Â of Â the Â Obama Â administration Â if Â it Â is Â opportunity Â to Â enjoy Â more Â pristine Â vegetative Â cover, Â including Â dead, Â to Â help Â lead Â the Â world Â in Â solving Â the Â problems Â caused Â by Â a Â warming Â planet. Bill Â H.526 Â (Shoreland Â Protection Â for Â Lakes) Â that Â will Â allow Â the Â state Â lakes. Â However, Â I Â am Â deeply Â con-Â diseased Â or Â fallen Â tree Â removal, Â Angelo Â S. Â Lynn to Â have Â jurisdiction Â to Â control Â not Â cerned Â that Â the Â H.526 Â bill Â as Â written Â would Â require Â a Â permit. Â The Â permit Â only Â construction Â as Â they Â have Â at Â ZLOOUHVXOWLQÂżQDQFLDOEXUHDXFUDWLF would Â be Â issued Â after Â meeting Â the Â ADDISON COUNTY this Â point, Â but Â also Â maintenance Â of Â and Â unrealistic Â implications Â (end-Â requirements Â of Â rules Â and Â payment Â vegetation Â within Â 100 Â feet Â of Â the Â less Â and Â frivolous Â lawsuits) Â that Â RIIHHVQRW\HWVSHFLÂżHGLQWKHELOO mean Â water Â level. portions Â of Â this Â legislation Â will Â have Â The Â impact Â of Â a Â 100-Âfoot Â buffer Â on Â Periodicals Â Postage Â Paid Â at Â Middlebury, Â Vt. Â 05753 The Â bill Â proposes Â to Â authorize Â on Â many Â lake Â property Â owners Â by Â a Â 1-Âacre Â lot Â with Â 200 Â feet Â of Â front-Â Postmaster, Â send Â address Â change Â to Â Addison Â Independent, the Â ANR Â (Agency Â of Â Natural Â implementing Â controls Â that Â are Â in Â age Â would Â impact Â 50 Â percent Â of Â the Â 32%R[0DSOH6WUHHW0LGGOHEXU\9HUPRQWÂ‡Â‡)D[ Resources) Â to Â adopt Â by Â rule, Â the Â re-Â excess Â of Â the Â environmental Â conser-Â residentâ€™s Â lot. (0DLOQHZV#DGGLVRQLQGHSHQGHQWFRPÂ‡:HE6LWHZZZDGGLVRQLQGHSHQGHQWFRP quirements Â for Â ground Â disturbances Â vation Â process. I Â also Â noted Â in Â the Â bill Â there Â are Â 3XEOLVKHGHYHU\0RQGD\7KXUVGD\E\WKH$GGLVRQ3UHVV,QF0HPEHU9HUPRQW3UHVV$VVRFLDWLRQ1HZ(QJODQG3UHVV$V and Â development Â within Â shoreland Â This Â bill Â proposes Â establishment Â variances Â only, Â no Â waivers. Â This Â VRFLDWLRQ1DWLRQDO1HZVSDSHU$VVRFLDWLRQ 68%6&5,37,215$7(69HUPRQWÂą0RQWKV0RQWKV0RQWKV0RQWKV2XWRI6WDWHÂą zones Â adjacent Â to Â lakes Â in Â the Â state Â of Â â€œlakeside Â zonesâ€? Â which Â include Â would Â make Â it Â almost Â impossible Â to Â 0RQWKV0RQWKV0RQWKV0RQWKV'LVFRXQWHGUDWHIRU6HQLRU&LWL]HQVFDOOIRUGHWDLOV of Â Vermont. â€œallâ€? Â the Â land Â within Â 100 Â feet Â of Â the Â request Â changes, Â especially Â if Â you Â 7KH,QGHSHQGHQWDVVXPHVQRÂżQDQFLDOUHVSRQVLELOLW\IRUW\SRJUDSKLFDOHUURUVLQDGYHUWLVHPHQWVEXWZLOOUHSULQWWKDWSDUWRIDQ I Â have Â lived Â on Â Lake Â Champlain Â lakeâ€™s Â mean Â water Â level. Â Activities Â have Â unfriendly Â neighbors Â as Â abut-Â DGYHUWLVHPHQWLQZKLFKWKHW\SRJUDSKLFDOHUURURFFXUUHG$GYHUWLVHUZLOOSOHDVHQRWLI\WKHPDQDJHPHQWLPPHGLDWHO\RIDQ\ HUURUVZKLFKPD\RFFXU for Â 30 Â years Â and Â have Â much Â ap-Â such Â as Â construction, Â conversion, Â (See Â Letter, Â Page Â 5) 7KH$GGLVRQ,QGHSHQGHQW8636
Letters to the Editor
House Â bill Â would Â affect Â shoreline Â property Â owners
Addison Â Independent, Â Monday, Â April Â 1, Â 2013 Â â€” Â PAGE Â 5
Letters to the Editor
Solar Â energy, Â not Â large-Âscale Â wind, Â is Â the Â way Â to Â go In Â reference Â to Â letters Â printed Â in Â the Â Addison Â Independent Â on Â Feb. Â 11 Â and Â March Â 11 Â concerning Â wind Â energy Â in Â Vermont, Â I Â have Â the Â fol-Â lowing Â comments: I Â have Â learned Â much Â from Â liv-Â ing Â off-Âgrid Â for Â the Â past Â eight Â years, Â and Â I Â do Â own Â a Â small Â wind Â turbine. Â It Â helps Â the Â process, Â but Â the Â solar Â energy Â is Â truly Â the Â workhorse. Â Iâ€™m Â not Â sure Â that Â there Â is Â anywhere Â in Â Vermont Â where Â enough Â wind Â can Â be Â produced Â constantly Â to Â make Â it Â worth Â scourging Â our Â ridgelines? It Â is Â worth Â noting, Â that Â wind Â developers Â are Â as Â intertwined Â with Â political Â parties Â as Â any Â other Â interest. Â When Â I Â worked Â in Â opposi-Â tion Â to Â the Â larger Â VELCO Â power Â lines Â coming Â through Â our Â county, Â the Â large Â wind Â interests Â were Â one Â of Â the Â major Â obstacles. Â Even Â then Â (about Â 10 Â years Â ago), Â certain Â wind Â projects Â in Â the Â state Â seemed Â a Â trade Â for Â the Â VELCO Â project Â approval. Â Perhaps Â the Â largest Â letdown Â of Â all Â was Â approaching Â Bill Â McKib-Â
ben Â for Â assistance Â (at Â the Â time Â he Â was Â writing Â articles Â concerning Â local Â this, Â local Â that), Â only Â to Â have Â follow-Âup Â e-Âmails Â avoided Â and Â re-Â ceive Â no Â assistance Â at Â all. Â I Â wonder Â where Â he Â is Â now Â when Â natural-Â gas Â lines Â equated Â with Â fracking, Â contaminating Â water Â supplies Â and Â explosion, Â are Â looming Â over Â Addi-Â son Â County Â to Â service Â International Â Paper? Â But, Â he Â too Â is Â sold-Âout Â and Â beholden Â to Â certain Â interests Â as Â much Â as Â any Â politician: Â He Â knows Â when Â itâ€™s Â safe Â to Â get Â involved Â and Â only Â then Â does Â he Â make Â a Â move. ,ÂżQGLWKDUGWREHOLHYHWKDW percent Â of Â all Â Vermonters Â favor Â wind Â on Â our Â ridgelines. Â This Â state-Â ment Â made Â me Â wonder Â about Â the Â Castleton Â State Â College Â poll, Â who Â was Â surveyed, Â and Â how Â many? Â I Â went Â online Â to Â study Â the Â results Â and Â noticed Â it Â was Â a Â very Â small Â sample Â of Â people. Â Also, Â it Â did Â not Â identify Â if Â subjects Â had Â any Â existing Â knowledge Â about Â large Â wind Â installations. Â I Â am Â an Â ardent Â backer Â of Â renewable Â energy;Íž Â I Â live Â
it Â â€” Â but Â renewable Â energy Â done Â wisely. Â I Â do Â not Â believe Â huge Â wind Â on Â our Â ridgelines Â is Â wise Â for Â nu-Â merous Â reasons, Â some Â explained Â in Â your Â previous Â letters, Â and Â I Â be-Â lieve Â we Â will Â regret Â those Â projects Â in Â the Â future. Distributed Â solar Â energy Â is Â the Â way Â to Â go. Â I Â picture Â a Â world Â where Â everyone Â has Â solar Â panels Â to Â pow-Â er Â their Â home/business, Â maybe Â a Â small Â wind Â turbine Â as Â well, Â energy Â HIÂżFLHQF\LVSUDFWLFHGDQGZHDUH all Â driving Â better-Âmileage Â cars Â or Â hybrids. Â Sure, Â in Â the Â winter Â you Â may Â need Â some Â backup Â propane Â or Â oil, Â but Â it Â wonâ€™t Â be Â anywhere Â near Â what Â you Â are Â using Â now! Â How Â about Â all Â new Â construction Â being Â required Â to Â be Â energy Â producers? Â The Â above Â would Â be Â enough Â to Â be-Â gin Â solving Â our Â climate Â troubles, Â all Â without Â ugly, Â earth-Âharming, Â controversial Â projects. Â The Â tech-Â nology Â is Â there Â for Â us Â to Â take Â care Â of Â ourselves: Â Make Â it Â real, Â folks! Judy Â Kowalczyk Ripton
Bristol Â Fire Â Department Â project Â should Â have Â been Â OKâ€™d Let Â me Â begin Â by Â telling Â you Â what Â an Â educated, Â dependable Â and Â well-Â WUDLQHGÂżUHGHSDUWPHQWWKHWRZQRI Bristol Â is Â lucky Â to Â have. Â I Â have Â to Â give Â them Â so Â much Â credit Â for Â spend-Â ing Â years Â of Â their Â free Â time Â trying Â to Â come Â up Â with Â a Â reasonable Â plan Â in Â order Â to Â keep Â our Â historic Â N.H. Â Munsill Â Hose, Â Hook Â and Â Ladder Â ÂżUHKRXVHFXUUHQWWRWKHFRPPX-Â nity, Â but Â at Â the Â same Â time Â restore Â a Â badly Â needed Â worn-Âout Â building. Â Free Â time. Â Time Â away Â from Â his Â or Â her Â families, Â in Â order Â to Â help Â the Â community Â and Â hold Â onto Â the Â pride Â that Â anyone Â can Â see Â when Â you Â hear Â DÂżUHÂżJKWHUWDONDERXWKLVGHSDUW-Â ment Â and Â about Â bettering Â the Â town Â of Â Bristol. 7KLVLVDYROXQWHHUÂżUHGHSDUW-Â ment. Â Iâ€™m Â sure Â I Â donâ€™t Â even Â know Â all Â the Â time Â they Â put Â into Â this Â organi-Â zation Â so Â freely. Â For Â us, Â the Â citizens Â of Â Bristol. Â So Â it Â saddened Â me Â to Â hear Â and Â see Â the Â way Â some Â of Â our Â community Â members Â treated Â the Â PHPEHUVRIRXUÂżUHGHSDUWPHQWDW several Â meetings Â that Â were Â held Â in Â order Â to Â talk Â about Â a Â proposal Â that Â FRXOGZRUNIRURXUÂżUHGHSDUWPHQW Maybe Â some Â community Â mem-Â bers Â were Â just Â upset Â because Â they Â were Â not Â asked Â to Â be Â on Â the Â com-Â mittee Â as Â to Â what Â was Â needed. Â But Â everyone Â canâ€™t Â be Â on Â the Â committee. Â No Â one Â asked Â me Â to Â be Â on Â the Â com-Â mittee Â to Â restore Â Holley Â Hall Â either. Â But Â it Â was Â refurbished. Â Everyone Â canâ€™t Â be Â on Â every Â committee Â or Â nothing Â would Â be Â done. How Â many Â people Â did Â you Â ask Â when Â it Â was Â time Â to Â build Â your Â busi-Â ness? Â Did Â you Â give Â anyone Â notice Â that Â it Â might Â block Â someoneâ€™s Â view Â or Â be Â too Â close Â to Â someoneâ€™s Â side-Â walk? Â Besides, Â who Â better Â knows Â ZKDWDÂżUHGHSDUWPHQWQHHGVWKDQ WKHÂżUHÂżJKWHUV":KRNQRZVEHVW how Â much Â money Â they Â might Â need? Â
7KHÂżUHÂżJKWHUV+RZZRXOG\RX feel Â if Â someone Â without Â the Â knowl-Â edge Â of Â your Â business Â were Â to Â come Â in Â and Â tell Â you Â not Â only Â how Â to Â set Â it Â up Â but Â also Â what Â it Â was Â that Â would Â work Â best Â for Â you? The Â selectboard Â meetings Â are Â open Â to Â the Â public, Â and Â anyone Â could Â have Â gone Â to Â any Â meeting Â pertaining Â to Â the Â proposed Â build-Â ing Â site Â or Â watched Â in Â on Â TV. Â There Â was Â no Â secret Â agenda. Â Where Â have Â you Â people Â been Â for Â the Â last Â six Â years Â while Â these Â discussions Â were Â taking Â place Â at Â the Â selectboard Â meetings? Â As Â far Â as Â the Â residential Â LVVXHJRHVWKHÂżUHKRXVHLVDOUHDG\ in Â our Â neighborhood, Â as Â well Â as Â many Â other Â businesses Â around Â the Â corner, Â across Â the Â street Â and Â on Â the Â street. Â The Â parking Â issue Â would Â be Â greatly Â improved, Â as Â it Â would Â get Â the Â cars Â of Â North Â and Â Church Â streets. Â The Â trucks Â already Â come Â out Â on Â North Â Street, Â it Â would Â be Â Â no Â different. Yes, Â I Â grew Â up Â in Â Bristol, Â right Â on Â Church Â Street, Â and Â kept Â time Â by Â the Â noon Â whistle, Â and Â listened Â
to Â the Â different Â codes Â that Â blew Â to Â DOHUWXVWRDÂżUH(YHU\RQHLVVR concerned Â about Â the Â old Â Duclos Â home, Â and Â not Â moving Â it Â or Â tearing Â it Â down, Â but Â few Â seem Â to Â care Â about Â WKHUHDOO\KLVWRULFÂżUHKRXVHZKLFK LVIDOOLQJGRZQDURXQGWKHÂżUHÂżJKW-Â ers Â and Â could Â be Â gone Â tomorrow Â if Â something Â is Â not Â done Â soon. Â That Â is Â a Â landmark Â that Â would Â be Â truly Â missed. I Â want Â to, Â at Â the Â very Â least, Â thank Â the Â property Â owners Â for Â the Â oppor-Â tunity Â that Â they Â gave Â to Â the Â Bristol Â Fire Â Department Â and Â the Â town Â of Â Bristol. Â It Â is Â now Â your Â choice Â to Â do Â whatever Â you Â feel Â best, Â however Â a Â loss Â for Â the Â town Â of Â Bristol. 5HPHPEHUWKLVLVDYROXQWHHUÂżUH GHSDUWPHQW:KDWLIRXUÂżUHÂżJKWHUV get Â tired Â of Â spending Â all Â this Â free Â time, Â getting Â nowhere Â and Â being Â treated Â like Â they Â donâ€™t Â know Â what Â they Â are Â doing, Â and Â decide Â to Â close Â the Â building Â and Â tell Â us, Â the Â citizens Â of Â Bristol, Â to Â hire Â someone Â else Â to Â SXWRXWRXUÂżUHV":KDWWKHQ" Mary Â J. Â Orvis-ÂBaker Bristol
REMINDER TOWN OF BRISTOL PROPERTY TAXES DUE FRIDAY, APRIL 5th, 2013 Office hours are Monday â€“ Friday 8:00 AM to 4:30 PM
(Continued Â from Â Page Â 4) ters Â who Â can Â contest Â your Â variance Â forever Â or Â use Â it Â as Â a Â blackmail Â or Â extortion Â tool. This Â legislation Â also Â has Â the Â potential Â to Â increase Â the Â cost Â of Â maintenance Â without Â reducing Â the Â prime Â tax Â rate Â charged Â for Â lakefront Â property. Â In Â addition, Â the Â legislation Â puts Â landowner Â property Â rights Â at Â risk Â â€” Â would Â â€œshoreline Â zonesâ€? Â be Â seen Â as Â public Â access Â points Â to Â the Â water? Â Could Â an Â uninvited Â person Â ÂżVKRUVZLPIURPSULYDWHO\RZQHG state-Âcontrolled Â â€œshoreland Â zonesâ€?? Â Who Â covers Â insurance Â if Â they Â are Â in-Â jured, Â etc., Â while Â we Â pay Â the Â taxes? Â This Â bill Â throws Â many Â yet-Âunknown Â burdens Â on Â the Â lake Â property Â owners Â without Â having Â evaluated Â the Â many Â XQNQRZQÂżQDQFLDOLPSDFWVDQGIRU sure Â lowered Â property Â values. Other Â unknowns Â arise Â where Â this Â is Â quite Â a Â bit Â of Â vegetation Â on Â a Â lot Â consisting Â of Â small Â and Â large Â trees, Â saplings Â and Â shrubs Â within Â the Â 100-Â foot Â buffer Â zone. Â Some Â of Â the Â veg-Â etation Â requires Â annual Â trimming Â or Â removal. Â Under Â this Â bill, Â lakefront Â owners Â would Â be Â required Â to Â obtain Â a Â permit Â to Â remove Â a Â dead Â tree, Â one Â presenting Â a Â danger Â to Â the Â dwelling, Â or Â blown Â over Â in Â our Â more Â frequent Â windstorms. Â Conditions Â for Â removal Â are Â unknown Â and Â there Â is Â no Â clue Â as Â to Â how Â the Â permit Â process Â would Â work.
Many Â lake Â residents Â have Â docks Â to Â access Â the Â water. Â If Â a Â dock Â is Â taken Â out Â in Â the Â fall, Â would Â we Â be Â required Â to Â obtain Â a Â state Â permit Â to Â replace Â it? Â Again, Â at Â what Â cost Â and Â what Â fees? This Â is Â important: Â Could Â the Â state Â disallow Â replacement Â of Â structure Â (including Â camps Â within Â the Â 100 Â feet) Â in Â this Â buffer Â zone, Â even Â though Â they Â are Â pre-Âexisting? Â Again, Â neighbors Â can Â make Â hay Â out Â of Â this Â by Â appealing Â any Â decision Â and Â drag-Â ging Â it Â on Â for Â years Â or Â by Â extorting Â the Â party Â requesting Â the Â permit. I Â love Â the Â lake Â and Â want Â to Â see Â it Â improved Â but Â not Â with Â such Â draco-Â QLDQOHJLVODWLRQVRXQGHÂżQHGWKDW even Â I Â (a Â non-Âlawyer) Â could Â tie Â up Â any Â owner Â requesting Â changes Â for Â years. Â Also, Â the Â enforcement Â of Â this Â legislation Â would Â be Â very Â costly Â to Â the Â state, Â towns Â and Â residents. Â Pro-Â tecting Â the Â environment Â is Â a Â com-Â monsense Â and Â noble Â cause Â we Â all Â support, Â but Â this Â piece Â of Â legislation Â seems Â to Â be Â lacking Â common Â sense Â and Â will Â only Â open Â a Â Pandoraâ€™s Â box Â RILQÂżQLWHOLWLJDWLRQ I Â urge Â lake Â property Â owners Â to Â read Â Bill Â H.526 Â at Â www.leg.state. vt.us Â and Â contact Â your Â representa-Â tives Â and Â Gov. Â Shumlin Â with Â your Â opinion Â on Â this Â proposal. Â John Â Carrigan South Â Burlington Addison Â property Â owner
Letters to Â the Â editor
The Â Addison Â Independent Â encourages Â readers Â to Â write Â letters Â to Â the Â editor. Â We Â believe Â a Â newspaper Â should Â be Â a Â community Â forum Â for Â people Â to Â debate Â issues Â of Â the Â day. Â Because Â we Â believe Â that Â accountability Â makes Â for Â responsible Â debate, Â we Â will Â print Â signed Â letters Â only. Â Be Â sure Â to Â include Â an Â address Â and Â telephone Â number, Â too, Â so Â we Â can Â call Â to Â clear Â up Â any Â questions. If Â you Â have Â something Â to Â say, Â send Â it Â to: Â Letters Â to Â the Â Editor, Addison Â Independent, Â P.O. Â Box Â 31, Â Middlebury, Â VT Â 05753. Or Â email Â to Â firstname.lastname@example.org
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Richard Jerome, 77, Monkton 021.721 Â˛ 5LFKDUG Âł'LFNÂ´ -HURPH RI 0RQNWRQ SDVVHG DZD\SHDFHIXOO\RQ0DUFK surrounded Â by Â his Â family. Â Dick Â was Â born Â in Â Burlington Â on Â Jan. Â 14, Â 1936, Â the Â son Â of Â the Â late Â David Â and Â Beulah Â (Mitchell) Â Jerome. Â On Â Jan Â 31, Â 1953, Â he Â married Â the Â love Â of Â his Â life, Â Veronica Â LaBelle, Â and Â they Â began Â their Â life Â together Â in Â 3DQWRQ ZKHUH KH ZDV HPSOR\HG E\ Simmonds Â Precision Â and Â retired Â after Â 38 Â years Â of Â service. Â Â 8SRQPRYLQJWR0RQNWRQLQ 'LFN DQG 9RQ IXOÂżOOHG D OLIHORQJ dream Â of Â owning Â their Â own Â farm. Â His Â WUXHSDVVLRQVLQOLIHZHUHKXQWLQJDQG ÂżVKLQJERWKWUDLWVKHSDVVHGRQWRKLV children Â and Â grandchildren. Â Later Â in Â OLIH'LFNHQMR\HGDQGUDUHO\PLVVHG KLVDIWHUQRRQYLVLWVZLWK1LOHV0RH and Â Tiger. Â All Â who Â knew Â Dick Â will Â UHPHPEHU KLV VSDUNOLQJ EOXH H\HV great Â sense Â of Â humor Â and Â friendly Â smile. Â Dick Â is Â survived Â by Â his Â wife Â of Â 60 Â years, Â Von, Â and Â their Â children, Â Judy Â DONNA Â PALMER (Pete) Â Bissonette, Â David Â (Jackie) Â -HURPH -DQH 'DYLG &RIÂżQ DQG Paul Â (Alicia) Â Jerome;Íž Â son-Âin-Âlaw Â Memorial Â gifts Â may Â be Â made Â to Â 5DOSK /DQJ JUDQGFKLOGUHQ $QJLH the Â Brandon Â Area Â Rescue Â Squad, Â Jeremy, Â Shawn, Â Heidi, Â Andy, Â Ashley, Â 32%R[%UDQGRQ97 Chris, Â Jesse, Â Katie, Â Michael Â and Â Jake;Íž Â and Â nine Â great-Âgrandchildren. Â He Â is Â also Â survived Â by Â brothers Â James Â and Â Sharon Â Jerome Â of Â Chandler, Â Ariz., Â and Â Donald Â and Â Mary Â Jerome Â of Â Seymour, Â Tenn., Â and Â several Â nieces, Â QHSKHZVDQGFRXVLQV +H ZDV SUHGHFHDVHG E\ KLV Paul Â Piche Â of Â Burlington;Íž Â as Â well Â DV QLHFHV QHSKHZV DQG D ODUJH H[WHQGHGIDPLO\ +HU EURWKHU 3HWHU 3LFKH SUHGH-Â ADDISON COUNTY ceased Â her. A Â Mass Â of Â Christian Â Burial Â will Â be Â concelebrated Â from Â St. Â Andrew Â Catholic Â Church Â in Â Waterbury Â on Â Sierra Â Dessureault, Â the Â daughter Â $SULODWDP$UHFHSWLRQ RI 5LFK DQG 'HE 'HVVXUHDXOW RI 1HZ ZLOOIROORZLQWKHFKXUFKSDULVKKDOO Haven, Â has Â been Â named Â to Â the Â deanâ€™s Â list Â Inurnment Â will Â be Â in Â Holy Â Cross Â for Â the Â fall Â 2012 Â semester Â in Â the Â College Â &HPHWHU\LQ'X[EXU\ of Â Agriculture Â and Â Life Â Sciences Â at Â the Â To Â send Â online Â condolences Â visit Â 8QLYHUVLW\ RI 9HUPRQW 6KH KDV DOVR XV DW ZZZSHUNLQVSDUNHUFRP EHHQLQGXFWHGLQWRWKH1DWLRQDO6RFLHW\ Memorial Â gifts Â may Â be Â made Â to Â of Â Collegiate Â Scholars. Addison Â County Â Home Â Health Â and Â Dessureault, Â a Â freshman, Â is Â on Â a Â +RVSLFH32%R[0LGGOHEXU\ SUHPHG WUDFN PDMRULQJ LQ ELRORJLFDO 97 science. Â
Donna Palmer, 69, Leicester LEICESTER Â â€” Donna Â Marie Â â€œDuckyâ€? Â Palmer, Â 69, Â died Â Monday, Â March Â 25, Â 2013, Â at Â Rutland Â Regional Â Medical Â Center. She Â was Â born Â in Â Brandon Â on Â July Â 20, Â 1943. Â She Â was Â the Â daugh-Â ter Â of Â Homer Â and Â Freda Â (Devino) Â Mitchell. Â She Â received Â her Â early Â education Â in Â local Â Brandon Â schools Â and Â graduated Â from Â Brandon Â High Â School, Â class Â of Â 1961. In Â her Â earlier Â years Â she Â worked Â DW WKH $\UVKLUH %UHHGHUV 2IÂżFH LQ Brandon. Â She Â later Â worked Â in Â the Â RIÂżFH RI WKH VXSHULQWHQGHQW RI WKH Brandon Â School Â District. Â She Â after-Â ZDUGZDVHPSOR\HGDW1H[XV&RUS LQTXDOLW\FRQWURODQGVKLSSLQJDQG afterwards Â at Â the Â Forest Â Dale Â Post Â 2IÂżFH+HUIDPLO\VD\VVKHHQMR\HG traveling, Â was Â an Â avid Â reader Â and Â adored Â her Â grandchildren. Surviving Â are Â her Â husband, Â Lemuel Â Palmer Â of Â Leicester, Â whom Â she Â married Â in Â Forest Â Dale Â on Â Oct. Â 15, Â 1983;Íž Â her Â mother, Â Freda Â Mitchell Â of Â Brandon;Íž Â her Â daugh-Â ter Â Tammy Â Ricard Â and Â husband Â *OHQQRI:LQGVRUKHUVWHSGDXJKWHU
Vicki Â Genier Â and Â husband Â Shawn Â of Â Leicester;Íž Â her Â sisters, Â Charlene Â Grimes Â and Â husband Â Roddy Â of Â Forest Â Dale, Â Linda Â Russell Â and Â husband Â Harold Â of Â Forest Â Dale, Â Lorraine Â Williams Â and Â husband Â John Â of Â Sudbury, Â and Â Jane Â Aines Â and Â husband Â David Â of Â Forest Â Dale;Íž Â ÂżYHJUDQGFKLOGUHQDQGWKUHHJUHDW JUDQGFKLOGUHQ 0DQ\ QLHFHV QHSK-Â ews Â and Â cousins Â also Â survive Â her. 6KHZDVSUHGHFHDVHGE\KHUIDWKHU Homer Â Mitchell, Â in Â December Â 1980. The Â funeral Â service Â will Â be Â held Â RQ )ULGD\ $SULO DW DP DW *UDFH (SLVFRSDO &KXUFK in Â Forest Â Dale. Â The Â Rev. Â Margaret Â )OHWFKHU UHFWRU ZLOO RIÂżFLDWH $ SULYDWHJUDYHVLGHFRPPLWWDOVHUYLFH and Â burial Â will Â follow Â in Â the Â family Â lot, Â at Â Forest Â Dale Â Cemetery. Following Â the Â ceremony Â the Â family Â will Â receive Â friends Â in Â the Â church Â â€œundercroftâ€? Â for Â a Â time Â of Â IHOORZVKLSDQGUHPHPEUDQFH Friends Â may Â call Â at Â the Â Miller Â & Â Ketcham Â Funeral Â Home Â in Â Brandon Â RQ 7KXUVGD\ $SULO IURP SP
Mary Grace, 69, Vergennes 9(5*(11(6:$7(5%85< Â˛ Mary Â P. Â Grace, Â 69, Â of Â Vergennes Â and Â formerly Â of Â Waterbury, Â died Â at Â home Â on Â Sunday Â evening, Â March Â 24, Â 2013. Â Born Â in Â Colchester Â on Â 1RY VKH ZDV WKH GDXJK-Â WHU RI WKH ODWH *LOEHUW DQG 8UVXOD (Thomas) Â Piche. On Â Oct. Â 3, Â 1964, Â she Â married Â John Â Grace Â in Â Johnson. Â They Â made Â their Â home Â in Â Waterbury Â where Â she Â was Â a Â homemaker Â raising Â her Â two Â FKLOGUHQ /DWHU GHFLGLQJ WR SXUVXH a Â career Â in Â education, Â she Â gradu-Â ated Â from Â Johnson Â State Â College Â in Â 1985 Â and Â became Â an Â educator Â at Â the Â Moretown Â Elementary Â School, Â from Â which Â she Â retired.
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U.S. Â REP. Â PETER Â Welch Â hears Â from Â working Â parents Â about Â their Â strug-Â gles Â to Â get Â a Â college Â degree Â in Â a Â visit Â to Â the Â Community Â College Â of Â Ver-Â mont Â last Â Thursday. Â
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Welch (Continued Â from Â Page Â 1) two-Âyear-Âold Â twin Â boys, Â and Â splits Â her Â time Â between Â school Â and Â work. Â U.S. Â Rep. Â Peter Â Welch, Â D-ÂVt., Â visited Â CCV Â Thursday Â as Â part Â of Â an Â effort Â to Â thwart Â a Â proposed Â doubling Â of Â interest Â rates Â on Â new, Â subsidized Â Stafford Â student Â loans, Â from Â 3.4 Â to Â 6.8 Â percent. Â The Â event Â was Â a Â round-Â table Â discussion Â with Â 10 Â CCV Â stu-Â dents Â who Â count Â on Â Stafford Â loans Â DQG RWKHU ÂżQDQFLDO DLG VRXUFHV WR pursue Â their Â academic Â goals. Â Welch Â intends Â to Â take Â some Â of Â WKHLU VWRULHV WR WKH +RXVH Ă€RRU WKLV month Â when Â he Â argues Â against Â the Â interest Â rate Â hike. Â Itâ€™s Â worked Â before Â and Â the Â Congressman Â hopes Â it Â will Â work Â again. Â Welch Â used Â the Â same Â strategy Â in Â March Â of Â 2012 Â to Â win Â a Â one-Âyear Â reprieve Â on Â the Â interest Â rate Â hike. Â That Â reprieve Â is Â set Â to Â expire Â July Â 1. Â If Â the Â interest Â rate Â hike Â goes Â through, Â it Â will Â add Â roughly Â $1,000 Â to Â the Â Stafford Â loan Â tab Â per Â students. But Â it Â would Â also Â raise Â an Â estimat-Â ed Â $6 Â billion Â toward Â lowering Â the Â IHGHUDOGHÂżFLWDWDWLPHZKHQIHGHUDO budget Â negotiations Â have Â Democrats Â and Â Republicans Â at Â a Â standoff. Â At Â this Â point, Â neither Â party Â has Â money Â set Â aside Â in Â their Â respective Â budget Â proposals Â to Â keep Â student Â loan Â inter-Â est Â rates Â at Â current Â levels. But Â Welch Â said Â Thursday Â that Â he Â believes Â just Â cutting Â costs Â is Â not Â the Â way Â to Â solve Â the Â debt Â crisis Â and Â shared Â a Â recent Â argument Â he Â had Â with Â Wisconsin Â Republican Â Paul Â Ryan, Â who Â chairs Â the Â House Â Budget Â Committee Â and Â was Â the Â Republican Â vice Â presidential Â nominee Â last Â year. â€œMy Â argument Â is, Â yes, Â we Â have Â to Â deal Â with Â debt Â in Â this Â country, Â but Â we Â also Â have Â wage Â stagnation Â and Â income Â inequality,â€? Â Welch Â said. Â â€œWe Â have Â to Â invest Â in Â our Â future Â and Â in Â our Â infrastructure, Â and Â if Â the Â only Â thing Â weâ€™re Â doing Â is Â cutting, Â weâ€™re Â going Â to Â make Â (the Â economy) Â worse, Â not Â better.â€?
Welch Â was Â clearly Â impressed Â with Â the Â workload Â the Â students Â have Â taken Â on, Â with Â six Â out Â of Â 10 Â of Â them Â work-Â ing Â while Â going Â to Â school Â and Â raising Â families. â€œI Â donâ€™t Â know Â if Â I Â can Â get Â through Â the Â rest Â of Â you,â€? Â Welch Â said Â jokingly Â after Â hearing Â from Â half Â of Â the Â stu-Â dents. Â â€œDo Â you Â know Â how Â easy Â my Â life Â is Â compared Â to Â yours?â€? Welch Â added Â that Â supporting Â stu-Â dents Â is Â the Â best Â way Â to Â invest Â in Â the Â countryâ€™s Â future. â€œWe Â have Â to Â get Â incomes Â up Â and Â get Â people Â to Â work,â€? Â he Â said. Â â€œAnd Â here Â you Â are, Â working Â hard Â to Â create Â a Â future, Â and Â your Â governmentâ€™s Â pol-Â icies Â should Â take Â advantage Â of Â that.â€? Ava Â Pehm Â concurred. â€œYes, Â arenâ€™t Â we Â the Â future?â€? Â she Â asked. Â â€œArenâ€™t Â we Â the Â ones Â who Â will Â be Â paying Â our Â taxes Â and Â contributing Â to Â the Â economy?â€? The Â congressman Â seemed Â heart-Â ened Â by Â the Â exchange. â€œYou Â are Â the Â future, Â and Â you Â know Â ZKDW",IHHOFRQÂżGHQWLQRXUIXWXUHÂ´ he Â told Â the Â students. Â â€œYouâ€™re Â going Â to Â take Â care Â of Â me Â in Â my Â old Â age. Â As Â citizens, Â youâ€™re Â entitled Â to Â have Â Congress Â watching Â your Â back, Â more Â than Â we Â are Â now.â€? Afterwards, Â Welch Â said Â heâ€™s Â hop-Â ing Â for Â a Â longer-Âterm Â solution Â than Â another Â one-Âyear Â reprieve, Â but Â heâ€™ll Â take Â it. Âł,ÂśOO GHÂżQLWHO\ EH WDONLQJ DERXW these Â students,â€? Â he Â said. Â â€œThey Â are Â so Â inspiring. Â All Â they Â want Â is Â a Â shot. Â I Â would Â like Â a Â longer-Âterm Â solution, Â but Â letâ€™s Â do Â what Â we Â can.â€? Welch Â said Â he Â believes Â there Â are Â ways Â to Â raise Â revenue Â other Â than Â a Â hike Â in Â student Â loan Â interest Â rates, Â which Â he Â considers Â taking Â advantage Â of Â students. â€œItâ€™s Â just Â unconscionable Â to Â dou-Â ble Â the Â cost Â to Â these Â students,â€? Â he Â said. Â â€œItâ€™s Â like Â a Â punitive Â tax. Â If Â we Â could Â get Â some Â stability Â for Â families Â instead, Â weâ€™d Â be Â much Â better Â off.â€?
nents Â also Â cite Â the Â fact Â that Â children Â (Continued Â from Â Page Â 3) DUHD WUDIÂżF ORFDO E\ODZV DQG RUGL-Â live Â in Â the Â area Â around Â the Â proposed Â nances, Â and Â impacts Â under Â the Â Act Â dispensary Â site. Â At Â the Â very Â least, Â opponents Â say, Â the Â selectboard Â 250 Â land Â use Â law. The Â Vermont Â Medical Â Marijuana Â should Â have Â held Â a Â public Â informa-Â law Â of Â 2004 Â allows Â for Â up Â to Â four Â dis-Â tion Â meeting Â about Â the Â issue Â before Â pensaries Â statewide Â to Â serve Â almost Â it Â went Â to Â the Â DRB. Â The Â selectboard Â 500 Â patients Â on Â the Â state Â registry. Â did Â not Â act Â on Â the Â proposal, Â remand-Â There Â are Â currently Â two Â dispensaries Â ing Â it Â to Â Town Â Zoning Â Administra-Â permitted, Â one Â in Â Burlington Â and Â one Â tor Â Tina Â Wiles Â and Â the Â DRB Â since Â in Â Waterbury. Â There Â are Â almost Â 200 Â there Â was Â no Â town Â ordinance Â ban-Â patients Â on Â the Â state Â registry Â living Â in Â ning Â such Â a Â facility. In Â her Â appeal, Â Nichols Â four Â southern Â counties Â of Â also Â noted Â that Â there Â is Â no Â Vermont Â who Â are Â unable Â â€œI have a to Â access Â the Â more Â north-Â responsibility letter Â of Â support Â from Â Po-Â lice Â Chief Â Chris Â Brickell Â ern Â dispensaries. regarding Â the Â dispensary. Â By Â law, Â a Â patient Â must Â as the police In Â fact, Â Brickell Â stated Â at Â suffer Â from Â a Â â€œdebilitat-Â chief to look a Â March Â 11 Â selectboard Â ing Â medical Â conditionâ€? Â at how this meeting Â that Â Ford Â mis-Â in Â order Â to Â qualify Â for Â affects my characterized Â his Â support Â the Â medical Â marijuana Â community.â€? of Â the Â project. Â While Â he Â registry. Â Patients Â must Â â€” Police Chief said Â a Â February Â meet-Â have Â the Â approval Â of Â a Â Chris Brickell ing Â with Â Ford Â went Â well, Â physician Â they Â have Â been Â he Â did Â take Â issue Â with Â a Â seeing Â for Â at Â least Â six Â months, Â who Â authorizes Â the Â use Â of Â line Â in Â the Â minutes Â from Â the Â Feb. Â medical Â marijuana Â for Â the Â patient Â 19 Â DRB Â hearing, Â which Â he Â did Â not Â once Â all Â other Â avenues Â have Â been Â ex-Â attend. Â In Â the Â minutes, Â Ford Â said, Â hausted. Â Patients Â must Â be Â screened Â â€œThe Â chief Â told Â her Â he Â is Â comfort-Â by Â the Â Department Â of Â Public Â Safety, Â able Â with Â everything Â they Â are Â pro-Â submit Â to Â a Â background Â check Â and Â posing.â€? Â Brickell Â said Â that Â is Â inac-Â agree Â to Â no-Âknock Â searches Â by Â law Â curate. â€œWe Â talked Â about Â security Â and Â enforcement Â before Â being Â accepted Â surveillance Â and Â I Â would Â say Â it Â went Â onto Â the Â state Â registry. The Â dispensaries Â operate Â under Â well,â€? Â Brickell Â said Â in Â a Â March Â 11 Â the Â authority Â of Â the Â state Â Depart-Â interview Â with Â the Â Brandon Â Re-Â ment Â of Â Public Â Safety. Â They Â must Â porter. Â â€œBut Â to Â say Â Iâ€™m Â comfortable Â operate Â by Â appointment Â only, Â and Â with Â everything Â theyâ€™re Â proposing Â only Â one Â patient Â at Â a Â time Â is Â al-Â is Â inaccurate.â€? Brickell Â said Â he, Â too, Â has Â been Â lowed Â to Â be Â seen. Â The Â facility Â must Â be Â equipped Â with Â surveillance Â and Â concerned Â that Â no Â public Â informa-Â tion Â meeting Â was Â held Â on Â the Â issue. alarm Â equipment. â€œI Â have Â a Â responsibility Â as Â the Â Some Â Brandon Â residents Â have Â re-Â cently Â expressed Â their Â disapproval Â police Â chief Â to Â look Â at Â how Â this Â af-Â with Â the Â plan Â to Â establish Â a Â medical Â fects Â my Â community,â€? Â he Â said. Â â€œI Â do Â marijuana Â facility Â in Â Brandon, Â say-Â have Â a Â problem Â with Â this Â (dispensa-Â ing Â it Â will Â increase Â drug Â use Â and Â the Â ry) Â becoming Â a Â potential Â target Â for Â crime Â rate Â in Â Brandon. Â There Â is Â no Â criminals. Â Certainly Â itâ€™s Â a Â legitimate Â proof Â that Â a Â medical Â marijuana Â dis-Â business, Â but Â itâ€™s Â a Â much Â broader Â pensary Â has Â that Â effect, Â but Â oppo-Â social Â issue Â about Â what Â we Â want Â to Â
bring Â into Â our Â community.â€? Brickell Â did Â say Â that Â he Â and Â Ford Â came Â to Â an Â understanding Â of Â the Â police Â departmentâ€™s Â role Â should Â the Â dispensary Â be Â approved, Â and Â there Â is Â the Â possibility Â of Â a Â memorandum Â of Â understanding Â with Â the Â Brandon Â police. Â That Â would Â give Â Brickell Â the Â same Â authority Â as Â the Â Department Â of Â Public Â Safety, Â the Â overseeing Â body Â of Â medical Â marijuana Â dispen-Â saries Â in Â the Â state, Â to Â perform Â sur-Â prise Â or Â â€œno-Âknockâ€? Â searches Â and Â spot Â checks. According Â to Â Nicholsâ€™ Â appeal, Â she Â was Â also Â unclear Â about Â her Â rights Â as Â an Â abutting Â landowner Â when Â she Â attended Â the Â Feb. Â 19 Â pub-Â lic Â hearing Â held Â by Â the Â DRB Â on Â the Â dispensary Â application. Â While Â she Â acknowledged Â receipt Â of Â a Â letter Â ap-Â prising Â her Â of Â the Â hearing, Â Nichols Â said Â she Â was Â not Â told Â of Â her Â rights Â as Â an Â abutter. â€œThe Â letter Â did Â not Â say Â I Â had Â to Â attend Â or Â be Â sworn Â in Â to Â testify Â to Â appeal Â any Â decision Â made Â by Â the Â DRB,â€? Â Nichols Â wrote, Â adding Â that Â the Â condition Â of Â being Â sworn Â in Â was Â not Â made Â clear Â at Â the Â hearing Â either. â€œI Â assumed Â I Â would Â be Â able Â to Â ask Â questions Â at Â that Â meeting,â€? Â she Â wrote. Â â€œI Â did Â not Â realize Â it Â was Â a Â judiciary Â hearing.â€? Â Nichols Â added Â that Â she Â did Â not Â have Â ample Â time Â to Â prepare Â for Â the Â hearing. A Â number Â of Â people Â attending Â that Â hearing Â had Â the Â same Â com-Â plaint. Â According Â to Â Wiles, Â Town Â Attorney Â Jim Â Carroll Â has Â told Â her Â that Â everyone Â who Â signed Â in Â at Â the Â public Â hearing Â should Â be Â included Â on Â a Â list Â of Â interested Â parties. Â That Â will Â give Â them Â the Â right Â to Â appeal, Â but Â the Â Environmental Â Court Â will Â ultimately Â determine Â party Â status. That Â said, Â there Â is Â still Â time Â for Â other Â appeals Â in Â this Â case. Â The Â 30-Â GD\ SHULRG LQ ZKLFK WR ÂżOH DQ DS-Â peal Â is Â up Â April Â 6.
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Tai Â Chi Â for Â Arthritis Â graduate Â class Â in Â Vergennes. Â Tuesday, Â April Â 2, Â 12:15-Â1 Â SP1RUWKODQG-RE&RUSV7KHÂżUVWLQDVHULHV of Â graduate Â tai Â chi Â classes Â meeting Â Tuesdays Â and Â Thursdays Â through Â May Â 23. Â Sponsored Â by Â CVAA, Â these Â free Â classes Â for Â people Â age Â 50 Â or Â ROGHU FDQ KHOS LPSURYH EDODQFH Ă€H[LELOLW\ DQG PXVFOHVWUHQJWK5HJLVWHUDWH[W 1028. Â
GED Â testing Â in Â Middlebury. Â Wednesday, Â April Â 3, Â 8:45 Â a.m.-Â1 Â p.m., Â Vermont Â Adult Â Learning, Â 282 Â Boardman Â St. Â Pre-Âregistration Â required. Â Call Â 388-Â4392 Â for Â info Â and Â to Â register. Â Tai Â Chi Â for Â Arthritis Â class Â in Â Middlebury. Â Wednesday, Â April Â 3, Â 10-Â10:45 Â a.m., Â Eastview. Â 7KH ÂżUVW LQ D VHULHV RI EHJLQQHU WDL FKL FODVVHV meeting Â Wednesdays Â and Â Fridays Â through Â May Â 24. Â Sponsored Â by Â CVAA, Â these Â free Â classes Â for Â people Â age Â 50 Â or Â older Â can Â help Â improve Â EDODQFHĂ€H[LELOLW\DQGPXVFOHVWUHQJWK5HJLVWHU DWH[W Gallery Â talk Â in Â Middlebury. Â Wednesday, Â April Â 3, Â noon-Â1 Â p.m., Â Henry Â Sheldon Â Museum. Â Bill Â %URRNV H[HFXWLYH GLUHFWRU RI WKH 6KHOGRQ ZLOO lead Â a Â talk Â on Â items Â from Â the Â museumâ€™s Â current Â H[KLELW Âł7UHDVXUHV IURP WKH 6KHOGRQÂ´ ,QIR 388-Â2117 Â or Â www.henrysheldonmuseum.org. Â Tai Â Chi Â for Â Arthritis Â class Â in Â Middlebury. Â :HGQHVGD\$SULOSP,OVOH\/LEUDU\7KH ÂżUVW LQ D VHULHV RI LQWHUPHGLDWH WDL FKL FODVVHV meeting Â Wednesdays Â through Â May Â 8. Â Sponsored Â by Â CVAA, Â these Â free Â classes Â for Â people Â age Â 50 Â RUROGHUFDQKHOSLPSURYHEDODQFHĂ€H[LELOLW\DQG muscle Â strength. Â Register Â at Â (802) Â 865-Â0360, Â H[W â€œBullyâ€? Â screening Â at Â Middlebury Â College. Â Wednesday, Â April Â 3, Â 7-Â9 Â p.m., Â Dana Â Auditorium. Â $QXQĂ€LQFKLQJORRNDWKRZEXOO\LQJKDVWRXFKHG WKHOLYHVRIÂżYHNLGVDQGWKHLUIDPLOLHV6HHPRUH DWKWWSWKHEXOO\SURMHFWFRP,QIR â€œKnight Â to Â Queen: Â Chess, Â Courtly Â Life, Â and Â the Â Game Â of Â Love Â in Â the Â Middle Â Agesâ€? Â presen-Â tation Â in Â Middlebury. Â Wednesday, Â April Â 3, Â 7-Â9 Â SP ,OVOH\ /LEUDU\ 'DUWPRXWK SURIHVVRU -DQH &DUUROOH[DPLQHVWKHPHGLHYDODUWRIĂ€LUWLQJWKH power Â plays Â of Â love, Â and Â the Â skill Â of Â negotia-Â WLRQDVH[SUHVVHGWKURXJKWKHJDPHRINLQJV$ Vermont Â Humanities Â Council Â First Â Wednesday Â HYHQW,QIR Public Â meeting Â on Â methane Â digester Â in Â Salisbury. Â Wednesday, Â April Â 3, Â 7-Â9 Â p.m., Â 6DOLVEXU\&RPPXQLW\6FKRRO,QWHJUDWHG(QHUJ\ Solutions Â will Â discuss Â the Â methane Â digester Â being Â installed Â by Â Ernie Â Goodrich, Â and Â the Â pipeline Â going Â from Â the Â digester Â to Â Middlebury Â College. Â Residents Â encouraged Â to Â attend Â and Â learn Â more. Â Mount Â Abe Â Family Â Swim Â in Â Bristol. Â Wednesday, Â April Â 3, Â 7:30-Â9 Â p.m., Â MAUHS Â pool. Â Cost: Â $5 Â per Â IDPLO\SHULQGLYLGXDO,QIR
Stone Â Soup Â Summit Â in Â Bristol. Â Thursday, Â April Â 4, Â 3:15-Â7 Â p.m., Â Mount Â Abraham Â Union Â High Â School. Â Addison Â County Â Relocalization Â Network Â hosts Â this Â annual Â Farm Â to Â School Â gathering, Â to Â discuss Â and Â increase Â local Â success Â in Â the Â movement Â to Â get Â local Â food Â and Â agriculture Â into Â our Â schools. Â Free, Â with Â a Â suggested Â $5-Â10 Â donation Â for Â local-Âfoods Â GLQQHU,QIRLQIR#DFRUQYWRUJ Art Â history Â lecture Â at Â Middlebury Â College. Â Thursday, Â April Â 4, Â 4:30-Â6 Â p.m., Â Mahaney Â Center Â for Â the Â Arts, Â Room Â 125. Â Jessica Â Boehman Â of Â NYU, Â a Â specialist Â in Â Roman Â baroque Â sculpture, Â SUHVHQWVÂł(UFROH)HUUDWDDQGWKH$UWRI/HDUQLQJ WR &DUYH LQ %HUQLQLÂśV 5RPHÂ´ )UHH ,QIR ZZZ middlebury.edu/arts Â or Â 443-Â3168. Â Twist Â Oâ€™ Â Wool Â Spinning Â Guild Â meeting Â in Â Middlebury. Â Thursday, Â April Â 4, Â 7-Â9 Â p.m., Â American Â Legion. Â Guest Â speaker Â Judy Â Comfort Â will Â give Â a Â presentation Â on Â the Â website Â Ravelry. Â Participants Â should Â bring Â or Â borrow Â a Â laptop, Â WDEOHW RU VPDUWSKRQH 7KH /HJLRQ KDV ZLÂż$OO
Strings Â attached ELECTRIC Â VIOLIN Â VIRTUOSO Â Tracy Â Silverman Â joins Â the Â Champlain Â Symphony Â Or-Â chestra Â at Â the Â Town Â Hall Â Theater Â in Â Middlebury Â on Â Sunday, Â April Â 7, Â at Â 4 Â p.m. DUHZHOFRPH,QIR Exhibit Â opening Â reception Â in Â Middlebury. Â Thursday, Â April Â 4, Â 8-Â9 Â p.m., Â 51 Â Main. Â Celebrating Â WKHRSHQLQJRIÂł3URJUHVV:LOO.LOO8VÂ´DQH[KLELW of Â charcoals, Â soft Â pastels Â and Â ink Â portraits Â by Â Levi Â Westerveld Â depicting Â the Â faces Â of Â French Â farmers Â from Â the Â Dordogne Â region. Â Portraits Â are Â accompanied Â by Â short Â biographies Â of Â the Â farm-Â ers. Â The Â artist Â will Â be Â on Â hand Â to Â discuss Â his Â proj-Â ect. Â Refreshments Â served. Â
Senior Â luncheon Â in Â Middlebury. Â Friday, Â April Â 5, Â 11:30 Â a.m.-Â1:30 Â p.m., Â Middlebury Â VFW. Â CVAAâ€™s Â monthly Â First Â Friday Â luncheon, Â with Â glazed Â ham, Â mashed Â potatoes Â with Â cheddar Â and Â chives, Â baby Â carrots, Â green Â salad, Â dinner Â roll Â and Â apple Â pie Â with Â cream. Â Suggested Â donation Â $4. Â Reservations Â required Â by Â April Â 3: Â 1-Â800-Â642-Â5119. Â Free Â transportation Â by Â ACTR: Â 388-Â1946. Â Prom Â dress Â sale Â in Â Bristol. Â Friday, Â April Â 5, Â 3-Â7 Â p.m., Â Mount Â Abraham Â Union Â High Â School Â cafete-Â ria. Â The Â Mount Â Abe Â PTO Â is Â selling Â prom Â dresses Â for Â $25 Â each. Â Many Â styles, Â sizes Â and Â colors Â to Â choose Â from. Â Menâ€™s Â formal Â wear Â also Â available. Â Menâ€™s Â Warehouse Â will Â donate Â $5 Â back Â to Â the Â 372IRUHYHU\WX[UHQWDO$OOWX[UHQWDOVRII $OOSURFHHGVEHQHÂżWWKH372 Community Â health Â center Â open Â house Â in Â Bristol. Â Friday, Â April Â 5, Â 5-Â7 Â p.m., Â Mountain Â Health Â Center, Â Bristol Â Works, Â 74 Â Munsill Â Ave. Â Come Â celebrate Â the Â opening Â of Â the Â Mountain Â Health Â Center, Â the Â ÂżYHWRZQ DUHDÂśV QHZ FRPPXQLW\ KHDOWK FHQWHU Refreshments Â provided Â by Â the Â centerâ€™s Â neigh-Â ERUV $TXD 9LWHD .RPEXFKD DQG WKH %ULVWRO Bakery Â and Â CafĂŠ. Â Âł6SULQJ ,QWR 6XPPHUÂ´ EHQHÂżW DXFWLRQ LQ Middlebury. Â Friday, Â April Â 5, Â 6-Â8 Â p.m., Â Middlebury Â ,QQ +HOS UDLVH PRQH\ IRU WKH %R\V DQG *LUOV Club Â of Â Greater Â Vergennes. Â Tickets, Â $25, Â include Â a Â Caribbean Â buffet Â dinner Â and Â admission. Â Tickets Â available Â at Â 877-Â6344 Â or Â at Â Everywear Â for Â Everybody Â in Â Vergennes. Â %HQHÂżW DXFWLRQ LQ 0LGGOHEXU\ Â Friday, Â April Â 5, Â SP 0LGGOHEXU\ ,QQ 7KH %R\V DQG *LUOV &OXE RI *UHDWHU 9HUJHQQHV ZLOO KROG D Âł6SULQJ ,QWR 6XPPHU $XFWLRQÂ´ WR VXSSRUW WKH FOXEÂśV
after-Âschool Â programming. Â More Â than Â 75 Â items, Â many Â with Â a Â summer Â theme, Â have Â been Â donated. Â Event Â includes Â a Â silent Â auction, Â live Â auction Â with Â Charlie Â Barsalow, Â a Â Caribbean-Âthemed Â EXIIHW DQG D QRKRVW EDU ,QIR EJFYHUJHQQHV# comcast.net Â or Â on Â Facebook. Â â€œFractured Â Fairy Â Talesâ€? Â on Â stage Â in Â Vergennes. Â Friday, Â April Â 5, Â 7:30-Â9:30 Â p.m., Â Vergennes Â Opera Â House. Â Little Â City Â Players Â present Â this Â collection Â of Â classic Â stories, Â with Â a Â twist. Â Tickets Â $12 Â adults, Â $10 Â seniors Â and Â students, Â available Â at Â the Â VOH, Â Classic Â Stitching Â in Â Vergennes Â or Â www.vergen-Â nesoperahouse.org. Â Also Â on Â April Â 6 Â and Â 7. Â â€œGreat Â Expectationsâ€? Â broadcast Â in Â Middlebury. Â Friday, Â April Â 5, Â 7:30-Â9:45 Â p.m., Â Town Â Hall Â Theater. Â The Â critically Â acclaimed Â London Â produc-Â tion Â of Â Dickensâ€™ Â classic Â will Â be Â broadcast Â on Â the Â big Â screen Â at Â the Â THT. Â Tickets Â $17/$10 Â students, Â DYDLODEOH DW WKH 7+7 ER[ RIÂżFH RU www.townhalltheater.org, Â or Â at Â the Â door. Â Violinist Â Mary Â Rowell Â in Â concert Â at Â Middlebury Â College. Â Friday, Â April Â 5, Â 8-Â10 Â p.m., Â Mahaney Â Center Â for Â the Â Arts. Â Rowell, Â with Â special Â guest Â (YH%HJODULDQSUHVHQWVÂł/HW0H7HOO<RX:KHUH ,ÂśYH%HHQÂ´DFRQFHUWRIPXVLFIRUYLROLQYLRODDQG HOHFWURQLFV)UHH,QIRZZZPLGGOHEXU\HGXDUWV or Â 443-Â3168. Â
Green Â Mountain Â Club Â hike Â in Â Bridport/Addison. Â Saturday, Â April Â 6, Â time Â and Â meeting Â place Â TBA. Â Hike Â up Â 6QDNH 0RXQWDLQ (DV\ (PDLO SDXOHWWHERJDQ# yahoo.com Â or Â call Â 475-Â2848 Â for Â meeting Â time Â and Â place. Â Trinkets Â and Â Treasures Â Rummage Â Sale Â in Â Vergennes. Â Saturday, Â April Â 6, Â 8 Â a.m.-Â2 Â p.m., Â VUHS Â middle-Âschool Â gym. Â Annual Â fundraiser Â hosted Â by Â the Â Commodore Â Parents Â Teacher Â Group. Â Household Â goods, Â furniture, Â books, Â FROOHFWLEOHVÂżVKLQJDQGVSRUWLQJJHDUDGXOWDQG childrenâ€™s Â clothing, Â toys, Â games, Â jewelry Â and Â PRUH3URFHHGVEHQHÂżW98+6VWXGHQWVWKURXJK enrichment Â programs Â and Â opportunities. Â GMC Â Young Â Adventurersâ€™ Â Club Â labyrinths Â and Â mazes Â in Â Ripton. Â Saturday, Â April Â 6, Â 9-Â11 Â DP6SLULWLQ1DWXUHWUDLOV$QGUHD.DQHOHDGV WKLV *UHHQ 0RXQWDLQ &OXE HYHQW IRU NLGV ,QIR
RUGUHDNDQH#FRPFDVWQHW Spring Â Fling Â Flea Â Market Â in Â Bristol. Â Saturday, Â April Â 6, Â 9 Â a.m.-Â3 Â p.m., Â Bristol Â American Â Legion. Â Food Â and Â beverages, Â bake Â sale Â items, Â and Â lots Â RIWUHDVXUHV7REHQHÂżWWKH$X[LOLDU\6FKRODUVKLS Fund. Â Spring Â rummage Â sale Â in Â Bristol. Â Saturday, Â April Â 6, Â 9 Â a.m.-Â1 Â p.m., Â First Â Baptist Â Church Â of Â Bristol. Â Shop Â for Â spring Â clothing Â and Â linens. Â Cost Â $5 Â per Â bag. Â Bags Â supplied. Â Basketball Â tournament Â in Â Shoreham. Â Saturday, Â April Â 6, Â 9:30 Â a.m.-Â1 Â p.m., Â Shoreham Â Elementary Â School. Â The Â Platt Â Memorial Â Library Â presents Â a Â co-Âed, Â inter-Âgenerational, Â 3-Âon-Â3, Â lightning Â round Â tournament, Â played Â on Â the Â schoolâ€™s Â new Â J\P Ă€RRU 5HJLVWUDWLRQ WHDP DVVLJQPHQWV DQG warm-Âup Â 9:30; Â tournament Â starts Â at Â 10 Â a.m. Â Ages Â 10 Â and Â up, Â $5 Â per Â player, Â free Â to Â watch. Â Coffee, Â fresh Â donuts, Â fruit Â and Â water. Â Large-Âprint Â book Â sale Â in Â Middlebury. Â Saturday, Â $SULO DP SP ,OVOH\ /LEUDU\ $V SDUW of Â the Â libraryâ€™s Â regular Â book Â sale, Â there Â will Â be Â a Â special Â table Â featuring Â over Â 200 Â large-Âprint Â ERRNV 3URFHHGV IXQG OLEUDU\ SURJUDPV ,QIR 388-Â4095. Â Solar Â open Â house Â in Â Ferrisburgh. Â Saturday, Â April Â 6, Â 1-Â3 Â p.m., Â 1096 Â Route Â 7. Â Come Â see Â how Â the Â Co-Âop Â Solar Â hot-Âwater Â heating Â program Â works, Â get Â the Â details Â and Â learn Â about Â incentives. Â Program Â ends Â April Â 30. Â Sign Â up Â online Â at Â www. co-Âopsolar.net. Â â€œFractured Â Fairy Â Talesâ€? Â on Â stage Â in Â Vergennes. Â Saturday, Â April Â 6, Â 2-Â4 Â p.m., Â Vergennes Â Opera Â House. Â Little Â City Â Players Â present Â this Â collection Â of Â classic Â stories, Â with Â a Â twist. Â Tickets Â $12 Â adults, Â $10 Â seniors Â and Â students, Â available Â at Â the Â VOH, Â Classic Â Stitching Â in Â Vergennes Â or Â www.vergen-Â nesoperahouse.org. Â Also Â on Â April Â 7. Â â€œIn Â Darknessâ€? Â screening Â at Â Middlebury Â College. Â 6DWXUGD\$SULOSP'DQD$XGLWRULXP,Q German-Âoccupied Â Ukraine, Â a Â blunt, Â opportunistic Â sewer Â worker Â takes Â bribes Â to Â help Â Jews Â evade Â capture Â through Â underground Â tunnels, Â but Â even-Â tually Â grows Â committed Â to Â saving Â their Â lives. Â )UHH,QIRZZZPLGGOHEXU\HGXDUWV Jon Â Gailmor Â in Â concert Â in Â Middlebury. Â Saturday, Â April Â 6, Â 3-Â5 Â p.m., Â Middlebury Â Municipal Â Gym. Â Gailmor, Â a Â beloved Â Vermont Â singer, Â songwriter, Â educator Â and Â performer, Â will Â give Â a Â concert Â to Â EHQHÂżWWKH0DU\-RKQVRQ&KLOGUHQÂśV&HQWHUDQG College Â Street Â Childrenâ€™s Â Center. Â Homemade Â Âł7DNH +RPH 0HDOVÂ´ ZLOO DOVR EH DYDLODEOH IRU sale. Â Meal Â to Â serve Â four Â people: Â $12, Â including Â side Â salad. Â Admission Â $8 Â adults, Â $5 Â children Â 8 Â and Â older, Â $2 Â for Â children Â under Â 8. Â Tickets Â avail-Â able Â at Â the Â door Â or Â at Â Mary Â Johnson Â or Â College Â Street Â childrenâ€™s Â centers. Â Pajama Â story Â time Â in Â Middlebury. Â Saturday, Â April Â SP ,OVOH\ /LEUDU\ .LGV DUH LQYLWHG WR drop Â in Â and Â enjoy Â a Â special Â evening Â story Â time Â complete Â with Â games Â and Â crafts. Â Hosted Â by Â the Â Middlebury Â College Â Page Â One Â Literacy Â program. Â 3DMDPDVHQFRXUDJHG,QIR Spring Â Fling Â Pasta Â Dinner Â & Â Dance Â in Â Middlebury. Â Saturday, Â April Â 6, Â 6-Â11 Â p.m., Â American Â Legion Â Post Â 27. Â Eighth Â annual Â fund-Â raiser Â to Â support Â the Â Vermont Â National Â Guard Â Charitable Â Foundation Â and Â other Â causes. Â Social Â hour Â 6 Â p.m., Â spaghetti Â and Â meatball Â dinner Â at Â 7 Â SPPXVLFDQGGDQFLQJSP0XVLFE\,YRU\ UDIĂ€H VLOHQW DXFWLRQ 7LFNHWV GLQQHU and Â dance, Â $8 Â dance Â only Â (after Â 8 Â p.m.), Â avail-Â DEOHDWWKH/HJLRQLQDGYDQFHRUDWWKHGRRU,QIR 388-Â9931 Â or Â 352-Â1027. Â Chris Â Dorman Â and Â His Â PBRs Â in Â concert Â in Â Ripton. Â Saturday, Â April Â 6, Â 7:30-Â9:30 Â p.m., Â Ripton Â Community Â House. Â The Â Ripton Â Community Â Coffee Â House Â welcomes Â singer-Âsongwriter Â Chris Â Dorman Â and Â his Â PBRs: Â Philip Â Halteman, Â Brett Â Hughes Â and Â Ryan Â Hayes. Â One-Âhour Â open Â mike Â at Â 7:30 Â p.m. Â followed Â by Â the Â featured Â performers. Â 5HIUHVKPHQWVEHQHÂżWWKH)ULHQGVRIWKH5LSWRQ Church. Â Adults Â $9, Â seniors Â and Â teens Â $6, Â chil-Â GUHQ,QIR â€œIn Â Darknessâ€? Â screening Â at Â Middlebury Â College. Â Saturday, Â April Â 6, Â 8-Â10 Â p.m., Â Dana Â Auditorium. Â ,Q *HUPDQRFFXSLHG 8NUDLQH D EOXQW RSSRUWX-Â nistic Â sewer Â worker Â takes Â bribes Â to Â help Â Jews Â evade Â capture Â through Â underground Â tunnels, Â but Â eventually Â grows Â committed Â to Â saving Â their Â lives. Â )UHH,QIRZZZPLGGOHEXU\HGXDUWV Contradance Â in Â Bristol. Â Saturday, Â April Â 6, Â 8-Â11 Â p.m., Â Holley Â Hall. Â Alison Â James Â calling, Â with Â music Â by Â Toss Â the Â Feathers. Â All Â dances Â will Â be Â
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communitycalendar taught; Â no Â experience Â necessary. Â Beginners Â workshop Â at Â 7:30 Â p.m. Â Admission Â $5-Â$10; Â SURFHHGV WR EHQHÂżW DFRXVWLF LPSURYHPHQWV WR the Â hall. Â Info: Â 453-Â4613. Â Sophie Â Shao Â and Â Friends Â in Â concert Â at Â Middlebury Â College. Â Saturday, Â April Â 6, Â 8-Â10 Â p.m., Â Mahaney Â Center Â for Â the Â Arts. Â Cellist Â Shao Â and Â friends Â return Â as Â a Â quartet Â to Â perform Â Brahmsâ€™ Â Piano Â Quartet Â in Â A Â Major Â and Â a Â %HHWKRYHQSLDQRWULR5HVHUYHGVHDWLQJ7LFNHWV $25/20/6. Â Info: Â 443-Â3168 Â or Â www.middlebury. edu/arts. Â
Pancake Â breakfast Â in Â Starksboro. Â Sunday, Â April Â 7, Â 7-Â10:30 Â a.m., Â 5RELQVRQ (OHPHQWDU\ 6FKRRO 7KLUWHHQWK DQQXDO DOO\RXFDQHDW EUHDNIDVW homemade Â buttermilk Â pancakes, Â scrambled Â eggs, Â McKenzie Â of Â Vermont Â bacon Â and Â sausage, Â local Â cider, Â home Â fries, Â toast, Â juice, Â coffee, Â tea Â and Â Starksboro Â maple Â syrup. Â Adults Â $8, Â seniors Â and Â kids Â $5. Â Mini Â silent Â auction Â and Â D 5HG 6R[ UDIĂ€H IRU WZR WLFNHWV WR D JDPH DW )HQZD\WKLVVXPPHU7REHQHÂżWWKH6WDUNVERUR sports Â program. Â Info, Â or Â to Â help Â out: Â 453-Â4074. Â â€œFractured Â Fairy Â Talesâ€? Â on Â stage Â in Â Vergennes. Â Sunday, Â April Â 7, Â 2-Â4 Â p.m., Â Vergennes Â Opera Â House. Â Little Â City Â Players Â present Â this Â collec-Â WLRQRIFODVVLFVWRULHVZLWKDWZLVW7LFNHWV DGXOWV VHQLRUV DQG VWXGHQWV DYDLODEOH at Â the Â VOH, Â Classic Â Stitching Â in Â Vergennes Â or Â ZZZYHUJHQQHVRSHUDKRXVHRUJ Tracy Â Silverman Â in Â concert Â with Â the Â CPO Â in Â Middlebury.6XQGD\$SULOSP7RZQ+DOO 7KHDWHU(OHFWULFYLROLQYLUWXRVR7UDF\6LOYHUPDQ joins Â the Â Champlain Â Philharmonic Â Orchestra Â for Â DXQLTXHFRQFHUWDQGWKHSUHPLHURIÂł(PEUDFHÂ´ DSLHFHIRUHOHFWULFYLROLQDQGRUFKHVWUDE\.HQML %XQFKÂł(PEUDFHÂ´WDNHVWKHIRUPRIDĂ€DVKPRE and Â includes Â elements Â of Â Afrobeat, Â Indian Â music Â DQGJRVSHO7LFNHWVDGXOWVVHQLRUV VWXGHQWVIHHIRUNLGV\RXQJHUWKDQ7LFNHWV DYDLODEOH DW WKH 7+7 ER[ RIÂżFH RU www.townhalltheater.org, Â or Â at Â the Â door. Â
Legislative Â breakfast Â in Â Shoreham. Â Monday, Â April Â 8, Â 7-Â8:45 Â a.m., Â Shoreham Â Congregational Â Church. Â Breakfast Â at Â 7 Â a.m., Â program Â 7:30-Â8:45. Â Kindergarten Â registration Â and Â orientation Â in Â Salisbury. 0RQGD\ $SULO DP SP Salisbury Â Community Â School. Â Choose Â one Â of Â WKUHH VHVVLRQV DP DP RU p.m. Â Kindergartners Â can Â explore Â the Â classroom Â and Â meet Â the Â teachers Â and Â staff. Â Children Â who Â are Â 5 Â by Â Sept. Â 1 Â are Â eligible Â to Â attend Â kindergar-Â WHQ3OHDVHEULQJWKHFKLOGÂśVELUWKFHUWLÂżFDWHDQG LPPXQL]DWLRQUHFRUG&DOO'RQQDDWWR let Â her Â know Â which Â session Â you Â will Â attend. Â
Behind-Âthe-ÂScenes Â Lunch Â and Â Discussion Â at Â Middlebury Â College. Â 7XHVGD\ $SULO SP :ULJKW 0HPRULDO 7KHDWHU +HDU D GLVFXVVLRQ with Â cast, Â crew Â members Â and Â the Â audience Â about Â the Â upcoming Â production Â of Â â€œUndressing Â &LQGHUHOOD$ )HVWLYDO RI 1HZ 3OD\VÂ´ /XQFK LV free Â to Â college Â ID Â holders; Â community Â donations Â are Â accepted. Â Info: Â www.middlebury.edu/arts Â or Â 443-Â3168. Â Culinary Â herbs Â presentation Â in Â Middlebury. Â 7XHVGD\ $SULO SP ,OVOH\ /LEUDU\ 7KH Middlebury Â Garden Â Club Â welcomes Â past Â presi-Â dent Â Shari Â Johnson, Â who Â will Â discuss Â culinary Â KHUEV )UHH 5HIUHVKPHQWV VHUYHG ,QIR 3UHVHQWDWLRQ RQ RFHDQ DFLGLÂżFDWLRQ DW Middlebury Â College. 7XHVGD\$SULO SP )UDQNOLQ (QYLURQPHQWDO &HQWHU 2UFKDUG /LEE\ -HZHWW GLUHFWRU RI 12$$ÂśV 2FHDQ $FLGLÂżFDWLRQ 3URJUDP SUHVHQWV Âł2FHDQ $FLGLÂżFDWLRQ:KDWÂśV,W*RWWR'R:LWK2\VWHUV"Â´ 7KH WDON GLVFXVVHV KRZ WKH ULVH LQ DWPR-Â spheric Â CO2 Â is Â already Â causing Â harm Â to Â marine Â ecosystems. Â
Music Â on Â the Â mountain SINGER-ÂSONGWRITER Â CHRIS Â DORMAN Â performs Â with Â his Â â€œPBRsâ€? Â â€” Â Philip Â Halte-Â man Â on Â upright Â and Â electric Â bass, Â Brett Â Hughes Â on Â harmonies Â and Â electric Â guitar Â and Â mandolin, Â and Â Ryan Â Hayes Â on Â drums Â â€” Â at Â the Â Ripton Â Community Â Coffee Â House Â on Â Saturday, Â April Â 6, Â at Â 7:30 Â p.m. The Â Harlem Â Superstars Â comedy Â basketball Â team Â in Â Bristol.7XHVGD\$SULOSP Mount Â Abraham Â Union Â High Â School Â gymna-Â VLXP 7KH +DUOHP 6XSHUVWDUV SOD\ DJDLQVW WKH %ULVWRO'UHDP7HDPPDGHXSRIWKH0RXQW$EH FRDFKLQJ VWDII DQG ÂżYH JLUOV IURP WKH YDUVLW\ basketball Â team. Â Family Â fun, Â trick Â shots, Â dunks, Â PXVLF GDQFLQJ DQG DQ LQWHUDFWLYH KDOIWLPH VKRZ$GYDQFHWLFNHWVDYDLODEOHDW0DUWLQÂśV +DUGZDUH DQG WKH VFKRRO RIÂżFH7LFNHWV DW WKH door Â $10. Â Buy Â tickets Â early; Â this Â will Â be Â a Â sellout. Â
Rural Â Vermont Â annual Â celebration Â in Â Vergennes. Â Wednesday, Â April Â 10, Â SP 9HUJHQQHV 2SHUD +RXVH 5XUDO9HUPRQWVXSSRUWHUVIURPDURXQGWKHVWDWH JDWKHU IRU D VSHFLDO HYHQLQJ IHDWXULQJ NH\QRWH speaker Â Philip Â Ackerman-ÂLeist Â of Â Green Â Mountain Â College. Â Finger Â food Â potluck, Â wine Â and Â EHHU FDVK EDU XQLTXH UDIĂ€H SUL]HV 'RQDWLRQV EHQHÂżW 5XUDO 9HUPRQW ,QIR DQG 5693 RUVKHOE\#UXUDOYHUPRQWRUJ â€œWyethâ€™s Â Spaceâ€? Â poetry Â reading Â and Â presenta-Â tion Â in Â Middlebury. :HGQHVGD\$SULO p.m., Â Ilsley Â Library. Â Cornwall Â poet Â Gary Â Margolis Â
will Â read Â poems Â from Â his Â latest Â collection, Â a Â book Â that Â responds Â to Â paintings Â by Â Andrew Â Wyeth Â in Â 0DLQHDQG3HQQV\OYDQLD6OLGHVRIWKHSDLQWLQJV ZLOOEHVKRZQ,QIR Historical Â society Â presentation Â in Â Ferrisburgh. Â Wednesday, Â April Â 10, Â 7-Â8:30 Â p.m., Â Ferrisburgh Â +LVWRULFDO 6RFLHW\ 5RXWH 6LODV 7RZOHU ZLOO UHYLHZ WKH GLVFRYHULHV EXULHG ZLWKLQ DQ 1842-Â1843 Â credit Â account Â book Â for Â the Â general Â store Â that Â once Â stood Â on Â the Â Ferrisburgh Â town Â green. Â Free. Â All Â are Â welcome. Â Mount Â Abe Â Family Â Swim Â in Â Bristol. Â Wednesday, Â $SULOSP0$8+6SRRO&RVWSHU IDPLO\SHULQGLYLGXDO,QIR â€œUndressing Â Cinderella: Â A Â Festival Â of Â New Â Playsâ€? Â on Â stage Â at Â Middlebury Â College. Â Wednesday, Â April Â 10, Â 8-Â10 Â p.m., Â Wright Â 0HPRULDO 7KHDWHU .LFNLQJ RII 0LGGOHEXU\ÂśV LQDXJXUDO 1HZ 3OD\ )HVWLYDO SOD\ZULJKWV IURP DURXQG WKH QDWLRQ KDYH WXUQHG WKH &LQGHUHOOD tale Â upside Â down, Â writing Â short Â plays Â using Â any Â character Â other Â than Â Cinderella Â as Â the Â main Â IRFXV7ZRGLIIHUHQWSOD\VHOHFWLRQV3URJUDP$ to Â be Â presented Â April Â 10 Â and Â 12; Â program Â B Â to Â EHSUHVHQWHG$SULODQG7LFNHWV Info: Â www.middlebury.edu/arts Â or Â 443-Â3168. Â
Monthly Â wildlife Â walk Â in Â Middlebury. 7KXUVGD\ $SULO 8-Â10 Â a.m., Â Otter Â View Â Park Â and Â Hurd Â *UDVVODQG$PRQWKO\2&$60$/7HYHQWLQYLW-Â LQJ FRPPXQLW\ PHPEHUV WR KHOS VXUYH\ ELUGV and Â other Â wildlife. Â Meet Â at Â Otter Â View Â Park Â park-Â ing Â area, Â corner Â of Â Weybridge Â Street Â and Â Pulp Â 0LOO %ULGJH 5RDG 6KRUWHU DQG ORQJHU URXWHV SRVVLEOH /HDGHU 5RQ 3D\QH &RPH IRU DOO RU part Â of Â the Â walk. Â Beginning Â birders Â welcome. Â ,QIRRU Senior Â luncheon Â in Â Bristol. 7KXUVGD\ $SULO 11:30 Â a.m.-Â1:30 Â p.m., Â Bristol Â Masonic Â Hall. Â CVAA Â VSRQVRUV WKLV IDYRULWH PHDO 0HQX VKHSKHUGÂśV pie, Â soup Â and Â salad, Â and Â dessert. Â Suggested Â GRQDWLRQ 5HVHUYDWLRQV UHTXLUHG 7UDQVSRUWDWLRQYLD$&75 Lecture Â on Â BPA/plastics Â and Â research Â at Â Middlebury Â College.7KXUVGD\$SULO SP%LFHQWHQQLDO+DOO5RRP7KH%LRORJ\ Department Â welcomes Â guest Â speaker Â Patricia Â +XQWRI:DVKLQJWRQ6WDWH8QLYHUVLW\ZLWKDWDON WLWOHGÂł3ODVWLFV%LVSKHQRO$%3$ DQG5HVHDUFK Credibility: Â When Â a Â Scientist Â Collides Â With Â ,QGXVWU\DQGWKH0HGLDÂ´,QIRZZZPLGGOHEXU\ edu/academics/bio/news. Â Free. Â â€œArmchair Â Visit Â to Â Chinaâ€? Â presentation Â in Â Middlebury. 7KXUVGD\ $SULO SP Ilsley Â Library. Â Addison Â County Â resident Â Mike Â 1RUULV ZLOO VKDUH VWRULHV DQG SKRWRV RI KLV recent Â trip Â to Â China, Â including Â Beijing, Â Shanghai, Â 6X]KRXDQG+DQJ]KRX,QIR Visiting Â architect Â lecture Â at Â Middlebury Â College. Â 7KXUVGD\$SULOSP-RKQVRQ0HPRULDO %XLOGLQJ 5RRP &DUO )UHGULN 6YHQVWHGW D Swedish-Âborn, Â Yale-Âtrained Â architect Â now Â based Â LQ 3DULV SUHVHQWV Âł%XLOW8QEXLOWÂ´ )UHH ,QIR www.middlebury.edu/arts Â or Â 443-Â3168. Â Northeast Â Tenor Â Sax Â Summit Â in Â concert Â in Â Brandon. 7KXUVGD\ $SULO SP Brandon Â Music. Â A Â unique Â band Â comprised Â of Â VHYHUDO RI 1HZ (QJODQGÂśV SURIHVVLRQDO WHQRU saxophonists Â backed Â by Â a Â premium Â rhythm Â section. Â Part Â of Â Brandon Â Musicâ€™s Â monthly Â jazz Â VHULHV *HQHUDO DGPLVVLRQ UHVHUYDWLRQV HQFRXUDJHG,QIR â€œUndressing Â Cinderella: Â A Â Festival Â of Â New Â Playsâ€? Â on Â stage Â at Â Middlebury Â College. Â 7KXUVGD\$SULO SP :ULJKW 0HPRULDO 7KHDWHU.LFNLQJRII0LGGOHEXU\ÂśVLQDXJXUDO1HZ 3OD\)HVWLYDOSOD\ZULJKWVIURPDURXQGWKHQDWLRQ KDYH WXUQHG WKH &LQGHUHOOD WDOH XSVLGH GRZQ writing Â short Â plays Â using Â any Â character Â other Â WKDQ&LQGHUHOODDVWKHPDLQIRFXV7ZRGLIIHUHQW play Â selections: Â Program Â A Â to Â be Â presented Â April Â 10 Â and Â 12; Â program Â B Â to Â be Â presented Â April Â 11 Â DQG7LFNHWV,QIRZZZPLGGOHEXU\ edu/arts Â or Â 443-Â3168. Â
LIVEMUSIC Sound Â Investment Â Jazz Â Ensemble Â in Â Middlebury. Â Friday, Â April Â 5, Â 8-Â10 Â p.m., Â 51 Â Main. Â 3 Â Sheets Â 2 Â the Â Wind Â in Â Middlebury. Â Friday, Â April Â SPPLGQLJKW7ZR%URWKHUV7DYHUQ Soule Â Monde Â in Â Middlebury. Â Saturday, Â April Â 6, Â 8-Â11 Â p.m., Â 51 Â Main. Â The Â Wheelers Â in Â Middlebury. Â Saturday, Â April Â 6, Â SPPLGQLJKW7ZR%URWKHUV7DYHUQ Dayve Â Huckett Â in Â Middlebury.7KXUVGD\$SULO 5-Â7 Â p.m., Â 51 Â Main. Â Snake Â Mountain Â Bluegrass Â and Â the Â Connor Â Sisters Â in Â Middlebury.7KXUVGD\$SULO p.m., Â 51 Â Main. Â Zack Â duPont Â Trio Â in Â Middlebury. Â Friday, Â April Â 12, Â SP7ZR%URWKHUV7DYHUQ The Â Engines Â in Â Middlebury. Â Friday, Â April Â 12, Â 8-Â11 Â p.m., Â 51 Â Main. Â Casio Â Bastard Â in Â Middlebury. Â Friday, Â April Â 12, Â 10 Â SPPLGQLJKW7ZR%URWKHUV7DYHUQ
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Pros to perform Mahler and Brahms Award-Âwinning Â cellist Â Sophie Â Shao Â Tchaikovsky Â competitions. Â Just Â this Â will Â return Â at Â 8 Â p.m. Â on Â Saturday Â to Â season, Â she Â performed Â the Â premiere Â perform Â a Â program Â of Â Beethovenâ€™s Â RI ÂżOP FRPSRVHU +RZDUG 6KRUHÂśV String Â Trio Â in Â D Â Major, Â concerto Â â€œMythic Â Gar-Â Mahlerâ€™s Â Piano Â Quartet Â densâ€? Â with Â the Â American Â in Â A Â Minor, Â and Â Brahmsâ€™ Â Symphony Â Orchestra, Â she Â epic Â Piano Â Quartet Â in Â A Â played Â the Â complete Â Bach Â Major Â in Â the Â concert Â hall Â Suites Â (in Â one Â evening) Â at Â at Â Middlebury Â Collegeâ€™s Â Union Â College, Â and Â led Â Mahaney Â Center Â for Â the Â her Â annual Â â€œSophie Â Shao Â Arts. Â Shao Â will Â be Â joined Â and Â Friendsâ€? Â tour Â from Â BY GREG PAHL Middlebury Â to Â Sedona, Â by Â violinist Â Frank Â Huang;Íž Â violist Â Roger Â Tapping;Íž Â and Â Ariz. Â frequent Â Series Â guest Â pianist Â Pei-ÂYao Â Violinist Â Frank Â Huang Â was Â ap-Â Wang. pointed Â concertmaster Â of Â the Â Houston Â Shao Â is Â a Â highly Â accomplished Â cel-Â 6\PSKRQ\LQ+HZDVÂżUVWSUL]H-Â list Â with Â a Â string Â of Â accolades Â and Â winner Â of Â both Â the Â 2003 Â Naumburg Â honors Â to Â her Â credit. Â She Â received Â an Â Competition Â and Â the Â 2000 Â Hannover Â Avery Â Fisher Â Career Â Grant, Â and Â won Â International Â Violin Â Competitions. top Â prizes Â at Â the Â Rostropovich Â and Â Roger Â Tapping Â played Â in Â a Â number Â of Â Londonâ€™s Â leading Â chamber Â ensem-Â bles Â before Â joining Â Britainâ€™s Â longest Â established Â quartet, Â the Â Allegri Â Quar-Â tet. Â In Â 1995, Â he Â joined Â the Â esteemed Â TakĂĄcs Â Quartet Â in Â the Â U.S. Pianist Â Pei-ÂYao Â Wang Â made Â her Â orchestral Â debut Â with Â the Â Taipei Â Sym-Â phony Â Orchestra Â at Â the Â age Â of Â eight, Â and Â has Â since Â performed Â throughout Â the Â United Â States, Â Canada, Â Europe Â and Â Asia. Â Tickets Â are Â $25 Â for Â the Â general Â public. Â For Â more Â i n f o r m a t i o n , Â call Â 443-Â6433 Â or Â go Â to Â http:// go.middlebury. edu/arts. Â Free Â parking Â is Â available. RIPTON Â COFFEE Â HOUSE The Â Ripton Â Com-Â munity Â Coffee Â House, Â D QRQSURÂżW FRPPX-Â nity Â concert Â series, Â wel-Â comes Â Chris Â Dorman Â and Â His Â PBRs Â on Â Saturday, Â at Â the Â Rip-Â ton Â Community Â House. Singer-Âsongwriter Â Dorman Â is Â a Â IDPLO\PDQDQGKLVVRQJVUHĂ€HFW FRANK Â HUANG
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that. Â In Â Dormanâ€™s Â music Â you Â can Â KHDU WKH LQĂ€XHQFH of Â folk Â musicians Â from Â the Â â€™60s Â and Â â€™70s Â like Â James Â Tay-Â lor, Â Joni Â Mitchell, Â and Â story Â tellers Â like Â Greg Â Brown. Â The Â timbre Â of Â his Â voice Â has Â been Â compared Â to Â James Â Taylor, Â and Â he Â accom-Â panies Â himself Â on Â acoustic Â guitar. Dorman Â has Â two Â albums, Â â€œTo Â Be Â Born Â Againâ€? Â and Â â€œSita.â€? Â Reviewing Â â€œSitaâ€? Â in Â Seven Â Days, Â Dan Â Bolles Â wrote Â that Â Dorman Â is Â â€œa Â profoundly Â talented Â and Â ambitious Â songwriter Â who Â is Â some-Â thing Â of Â a Â sonic Â chameleon. Â And Â â€˜Sitaâ€™ Â is Â as Â unpredictable Â as Â it Â is Â fascinating Â and Â rewarding, Â regardless Â of Â how Â you Â categorize Â it.â€? Â The Â PBRs Â include Â legendary Â musi-Â cian Â Brett Â Hughes Â on Â harmonies Â and Â electric Â guitar Â and Â mandolin, Â Philip Â Halteman Â on Â upright Â and Â electric Â bass, Â and Â Ryan Â Hayes Â on Â drums. Â As Â always, Â the Â concert Â begins Â at Â 7:30 Â p.m. Â with Â a Â one-Âhour Â open Â mike Â set, Â followed Â by Â the Â featured Â perform-Â ers. Â Open-Âmike Â performers Â are Â encour-Â aged Â to Â call Â in Â advance Â and Â reserve Â one Â RIWKHÂżYHRSHQPLNHVORWV
SOPHIE Â SHAO Admission Â to Â the Â coffeehouse Â is Â $9 Â for Â adults, Â $6 Â for Â seniors Â and Â teens, Â and Â $3 Â for Â children. Â The Â coffeehouse Â LV KHOG RQ WKH ÂżUVW 6DWXUGD\ RI HDFK month, Â except Â August. Â For Â more Â in-Â formation, Â contact Â Richard Â Ruane Â or Â Andrea Â Chesman Â at Â 388-Â9782. CPO Â AT Â THT The Â violin Â is Â over Â 400 Â years Â old, Â but Â itâ€™s Â still Â evolving Â as Â a Â musical Â in-Â VWUXPHQW (OHFWULÂżHG LW KDV D UDQJH of Â colors Â and Â timbres Â that Â Mozart Â could Â only Â dream Â about. Â Tracy Â Sil-Â verman Â has Â been Â called Â the Â greatest Â living Â exponent Â of Â the Â electric Â violin, Â and Â heâ€™ll Â join Â the Â Champlain Â Phil-Â harmonic Â Orchestra Â for Â a Â concert Â at Â Middleburyâ€™s Â Town Â Hall Â Theater Â on Â Sunday Â at Â 4 Â p.m. Conductor Â Paul Â Gambill Â has Â cre-Â ated Â a Â program Â that Â includes Â Tchai-Â kovskyâ€™s Â Symphony Â No. Â 5, Â Marin Â Van Â Burenâ€™s Â â€œLife,â€? Â and Â the Â premiere Â of Â â€œEmbrace,â€? Â a Â piece Â for Â electric Â violin Â and Â orchestra Â by Â Kenji Â Bunch. The Â new Â composition Â has Â an Â un-Â XVXDO LQVSLUDWLRQ Â˛ WKH Ă€DVK PRE Bunch Â begins Â the Â work Â with Â a Â solo Â violin Â on Â stage. Â Music Â gradually Â emerges Â from Â offstage, Â from Â the Â back Â of Â the Â hall, Â and Â from Â the Â au-Â dience Â itself, Â surrounding Â and Â em-Â bracing Â the Â audience. Â Bunch Â usually Â works Â within Â the Â tradition Â of Â West-Â ern Â form Â and Â harmony, Â but Â this Â piece Â is Â built Â on Â hypnotic Â rhythmic Â drives Â and Â improvisation, Â and Â includes Â el-Â ements Â of Â Afrobeat, Â Indian Â music, Â and Â gospel. Tickets Â are Â $15 Â adults, Â $12 Â se-Â niors, Â $10 Â students, Â and Â free Â for Â chil-Â dren Â under Â 12 Â and Â may Â be Â purchased Â at Â townhalltheater.org, Â at Â 382-Â9222, Â DW WKH 7+7 %R[ 2IÂżFH 0RQGD\ Saturday, Â noon Â to Â 5 Â p.m.) Â or Â at Â the Â door. â€˜GREAT Â EXPECTATIONSâ€™ This Â season Â the Â talk Â of Â London Â is Â â€œGreat Â Expectations,â€? Â a Â spectacular Â staging Â of Â Dickensâ€™ Â classic, Â which Â will Â be Â broadcast Â at Â 7:30 Â p.m. Â on Â (See Â Arts Â Beat, Â Page Â 11)
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Addison Independent Puzzles This Â weekâ€™s Â puzzle Â is Â rated
The Â Real Â Thing By Â Myles Â Mellor Â and Â Sally Â York
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(Continued Â from Â Page Â 11) performer. Â His Â funny Â and Â witty Â tunes Â are Â ideal Â for Â kids, Â grown-Âups Â and Â grown-Âup Â kids. Â A Â consummate Â performer, Â his Â love Â of Â music Â comes Â across Â and Â infects Â the Â audience, Â giv-Â ing Â a Â charge Â of Â happiness Â to Â every-Â one Â around Â him. Â Admission Â is Â $8 Â for Â adults, Â $5 Â for Â children Â 8 Â and Â over Â and Â $2 Â for Â children Â under Â 8. Â Tickets Â will Â be Â available Â at Â the Â door, Â or Â may Â be Â pur-Â chased Â in Â advance Â at Â Mary Â Johnson Â or Â College Â Street Â childrenâ€™s Â centers. TWO Â BROTHERS Â TAVERN There Â will Â be Â two Â live Â musi-Â cal Â performances Â this Â week Â at Â Two Â Brothers Â Tavern Â in Â Middlebury. Â On Â Friday, Â the Â tavern Â will Â feature Â 3 Â Sheets Â 2 Â The Â Wind, Â beginning Â at Â 10 Â p.m. Â This Â is Â a Â cover Â band Â with Â a Â large Â musical Â vocabulary Â and Â ad-Â venturous Â spirit. Â Tight Â rhythms, Â three-Âpart Â harmonies Â and Â non-Âstop Â fun. Â There Â is Â a Â $3 Â cover. Then, Â on Â Saturday, Â the Â tavern Â presents Â The Â Wheelers Â at Â 10 Â p.m. Â The Â Wheelers Â are Â a Â dance-Âcentric Â cover Â band Â that Â will Â hit Â you Â with Â your Â favorite Â tunes Â of Â the Â last Â 30 Â years Â with Â an Â authentic Â Wheeler Â sound. Â Expect Â genres Â from Â pop Â to Â reggae Â to Â rock, Â and Â everything Â in Â between. Â There Â is Â a Â $3 Â cover Â charge. Â For Â more Â information, Â call Â Two Â Brothers Â at Â 388-Â0002. LIVE Â MUSIC Â AT Â 51 Â MAIN There Â will Â be Â two Â musical Â events Â
this Â week Â at Â Middleburyâ€™s Â 51 Â Main. Â At Â 8 Â p.m. Â on Â Friday, Â The Â Sound Â In-Â vestment Â Jazz Â Ensemble Â takes Â to Â the Â stage. Â The Â Ensemble Â is Â Middlebury Â Collegeâ€™s Â swinginâ€™ Â 17-Âpiece Â big Â band. Then, Â at Â 8 Â p.m. Â on Â Saturday, Â Soule Â Monde Â will Â perform. Â Soule Â Monde Â is Â a Â funk Â duo Â with Â Ray Â Paczkowski Â on Â Hammond Â organ Â and Â Russ Â Law-Â ton Â on Â drums. Â Groove Â is Â the Â bottom Â line Â in Â this Â band. All Â ages, Â no Â cover. Â For Â additional Â information Â visit Â www.go51main. com Â or Â phone Â 388-Â8209. INTâ€™L Â FILM Â SERIES 7KH +LUVFKÂżHOG ,QWHUQDWLRQDO Film Â Series Â continues Â its Â exciting Â 2012-Â2013 Â series Â on Â Saturday Â at Â Middlebury Â College Â with Â the Â 2011 Â 3RODQG*HUPDQ\&DQDGD ÂżOP Âł,Q Darkness,â€? Â directed Â by Â Agnieszka Â Holland. In Â German-Âoccupied Â Ukraine, Â a Â blunt, Â opportunistic Â sewer Â worker Â takes Â bribes Â to Â help Â Jews Â evade Â cap-Â ture Â in Â a Â network Â of Â subterranean Â tunnels, Â but Â eventually Â grows Â com-Â mitted Â to Â saving Â their Â lives. Âł,Q'DUNQHVVÂ´ZLOOEHVKRZQDW and Â again Â at Â 8 Â p.m. Â in Â Dana Â Audito-Â rium. Â Itâ€™s Â free. CONTRA Â DANCE Â IN Â BRISTOL There Â will Â be Â a Â contra Â dance Â on Â Saturday, Â at Â 8 Â p.m. Â in Â Holley Â Hall Â in Â Bristol. Â Lively Â music Â will Â be Â provid-Â ed Â by Â Toss Â the Â Feathers Â (Rick Â Cebal-Â los, Â Bill Â Drislane, Â Matt Â Witten) Â with Â
caller Â Alison Â James. Â All Â dances Â will Â be Â taught. Â No Â experience Â necessary. Â There Â will Â be Â a Â beginnersâ€™ Â workshop Â DW SP 3URFHHGV ZLOO EHQHÂżW acoustic Â improvements Â to Â the Â hall. Â Admission Â is Â Â on Â a Â sliding Â scale Â of Â $5-Â$10. Â Sponsored Â by Â Bristol Â Rec-Â reation Â Department. Â For Â more Â infor-Â mation Â call Â 453-Â4613.
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Forest Â workshop Â to Â be Â held in Â Bristol Â on Â Sat., Â April Â 13 BRISTOL Â â€” Â Vermont Â Fam-Â ily Â Forests Â and Â Lewis Â Creek Â Association Â will Â co-Âsponsor Â a Â free Â workshop, Â â€œForwarding Â Path Â and Â Skid Â Trail Â Closureâ€? Â on Â Saturday, Â April Â 13, Â from Â 9 Â a.m. Â to Â noon Â at Â New Â Leaf Â Organics Â Farm, Â 4818 Â Bristol-ÂMonkton Â Road, Â in Â Bristol Participants Â will Â learn Â how Â to Â properly Â stabilize Â and Â close Â out Â
forest Â skid Â trails Â and Â forwarding Â paths, Â how Â to Â install Â appropriate Â trail Â drainage, Â and Â how Â to Â assess Â DQG Âż[ SUREOHP DUHDV RQ IRUHVW access Â trails. Â The Â workshop Â will Â be Â held Â rain Â or Â shine. Pre-Âregistration Â is Â not Â re-Â quired. Â No Â pets, Â please. Â For Â more Â information Â call Â 453-Â7728 Â or Â visit Â www.familyforests.org.
Childrenâ€™s centers to host Jon Gailmor MIDDLEBURY Â â€” Â Jon Â Gailmor, Â a Â beloved Â Vermont Â singer, Â song-Â writer, Â educator Â and Â musician Â will Â perform Â a Â fun, Â family-Âfriendly Â con-Â cert Â this Â Saturday, Â April Â 6, Â as Â a Â fun-Â draiser Â for Â the Â Mary Â Johnson Â Chil-Â drenâ€™s Â Center Â and Â the Â College Â Street Â Childrenâ€™s Â Center. 7KH EHQHÂżW FRQFHUW ZKLFK LV open Â to Â all, Â will Â take Â place Â at Â the Â Middlebury Â municipal Â gym Â from Â 3-Â5 Â p.m. Â There Â will Â be Â two Â hours Â of Â music Â and Â dancing;Íž Â organizers Â said Â it Â will Â be Â great Â for Â music-Âlovers Â of Â all Â ages. Â
Gailmorâ€™s Â funny Â and Â wit-Â auction Â â€” Â the Â proceeds Â of Â ty Â tunes Â are Â ideal Â for Â kids, Â In addition which Â will Â also Â go Â to Â ben-Â grown-Âups Â and Â grown-Âup Â to great live HÂżWWKHWZRFHQWHUV kids. Â A Â consummate Â per-Â entertainOrganizers Â offered Â their Â former, Â his Â love Â of Â music Â ment, there thanks Â to Â the Â sponsors Â infects Â the Â audience, Â giving Â will also whose Â generous Â support Â a Â charge Â of Â happiness Â to Â ev-Â make Â this Â concert Â be a â€œTake helped Â eryone Â around Â him. possible. In Â addition Â to Â great Â live Â Home Admission Â is Â $8 Â for Â entertainment, Â there Â will Â Mealâ€? sale. adults, Â $5 Â for Â children Â 8 Â also Â be Â a Â â€œTake Â Home Â and Â over Â and Â $2 Â for Â chil-Â Mealâ€? Â sale. Â There Â will Â be Â delicious, Â dren Â under Â 8. Â Tickets Â will Â be Â avail-Â home-Âmade Â packaged Â meals Â (com-Â able Â at Â the Â door, Â or Â may Â be Â pur-Â plete Â with Â a Â side Â salad) Â available Â chased Â in Â advance Â at Â Mary Â Johnson Â for Â purchase. Â These Â meals Â are Â a Â or Â College Â Street Â childrenâ€™s Â centers. Â perfect Â solution Â for Â a Â no-Âfuss Â din-Â There Â will Â also Â be Â a Â ticket Â given Â ner Â that Â evening Â after Â the Â show Â (or, Â away Â on Â Minibury.com. save Â your Â meal Â for Â another Â night). Â For Â more Â information Â on Â Mary Â Take-Âhome Â meals Â suitable Â for Â four Â Johnson Â Childrenâ€™s Â Center, Â and Â its Â will Â be Â sold Â for Â $12. Â There Â will Â also Â DIÂżOLDWHGHDUO\FKLOGKRRGSURJUDPV be Â a Â healthy Â snack Â sale Â and Â a Â silent Â visit Â www.mjccvt.org.
School News Briefs
Ana Â Fleming Â of Â Middlebury, Â a Â senior, Â and Â Lillian Â Rosenberg Â of Â Cornwall, Â a Â junior, Â earned Â high Â honors Â on Â the Â winter Â honor Â roll Â at Â the Â Loomis Â Chaffee Â School Â in Â Windsor, Â Conn.
Kasee Â Ingram Â of Â Vergennes Â graduated Â from Â Charleston Â Southern Â University Â in Â December Â 2012 Â with Â bachelor Â of Â arts Â degrees Â in Â commu-Â nication Â and Â religion. Ingram Â was Â named Â to Â the Â deanâ€™s Â list Â for Â the Â fall Â 2012 Â semester. Â
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Coloring & Decorating Contest 1- Color and decorate
this Springtime picture anyway you choose (you can use this one or photocopy it or draw/trace the outline the same size).
2- Have fun!
3- Send your entry to: Addison Independent P.O. Box 31 Middlebury, VT 05753 or drop them off at 58 Maple Street (Marble Works) in Middlebury.
4- Entries must be in by: Wednesday, April 10 At 5pm
Two winners from each age group will win gift certificates from local businesses. All contestants will receive a prize which will be given when and if entries are picked up. Winners will be announced in the April 18 edition of the Addison Independent. All entries and prizes must be claimed by April 30th, 2013 at 5 p.m.
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Menâ€™s lax unbeaten before weekend play
MIDDLEBURY Â â€” Â The Â Middlebury Â College Â men Â last Â Wednesday Â hung Â on Â to Â top Â visiting Â NE-Â SCAC Â foe Â Hamilton, Â 6-Â5. The Â Panthers, Â ranked Â No. Â 11 Â in Â NCAA Â Divi-Â sion Â III, Â improved Â to Â 6-Â0 Â overall Â and Â 4-Â0 Â in Â the Â conference Â heading Â into Â a Â Saturday Â home Â game Â vs. Â Bowdoin Â (4-Â2, Â 2-Â2 Â NESCAC). Â On Â Wednesday, Â Hamil-Â ton Â took Â a Â 1-Â0 Â lead Â when Â Pax Â Anthos Â scored Â at Â LQWKHÂżUVWTXDUWHU Middlebury Â responded Â LACROSSE with Â three Â goals Â in Â the Â VHFRQGTXDUWHUIURP4XLQQ&URQLQDW$Q-Â GUHZ0HWURVDWDQG0LNH*LRUGDQRDW Hamilton Â took Â advantage Â of Â a Â Panther Â offensive Â turnover Â with Â a Â Paul Â Armideo Â goal Â in Â transition Â ZLWKIRXUVHFRQGVOHIWLQWKHKDOIWRPDNHLW Hamiltonâ€™s Â ball-Âcontrol Â and Â deliberate Â offen-Â sive Â game Â plan Â kept Â the Â pace Â slow, Â but Â Middle-Â bury Â got Â goals Â from Â Scott Â Redmond Â and Â top Â scorer Â Jon Â Broome Â to Â outscore Â the Â Continentals Â E\LQWKHWKLUGDQGWDNHDOHDG 7KH3DQWKHUVPDGHLWLQWKHIRXUWKRQD Joel Â Blockowitz Â goal Â off Â a Â nice Â dodge Â at Â 10:44. Â +DPLOWRQ VFRUHG WZR JRDOV LQ WKH ÂżQDO PLQ-Â utes, Â including Â a Â man-Âup Â tally Â by Â Luke Â Walsh Â with Â 0:52 Â to Â play. Â Middleburyâ€™s Â Brian Â Foster Â then Â won Â the Â decisive Â faceoff Â and Â the Â ground Â ball. Â Giordano Â maintained Â possession Â for Â most Â RIWKHÂżQDOVHFRQGVWRVHFXUHWKHZLQ Billy Â Chapman Â got Â the Â lone Â assist Â for Â Mid-Â dlebury. Â Goalie Â Nate Â Gaudio Â made Â 10 Â saves, Â ZKLOH )RVWHU ZRQ RI IDFHRIIV DQG WLHG *LRUGDQRZLWKDJDPHKLJKÂżYHJURXQGEDOOV $UPLGHR SDFHG +DPLOWRQ RYHUDOO NESCAC) Â with Â two Â goals, Â and Â goalie Â Will Â 'ULVFROOPDGHVDYHV
Womenâ€™s Â lax Â moves Â to 6-Â0 Â with Â midweek Â win HOBOKEN, Â N.J. Â â€” Â The Â Middlebury Â College Â womenâ€™s Â lacrosse Â team Â defeated Â host Â Stevens Â In-Â VWLWXWHODVW:HGQHVGD\DVVHQLRUPLGÂżHOGHU Margaret Â Souther Â recorded Â a Â hat Â trick Â that Â includ-Â ed Â the Â 100th Â goal Â of Â her Â career. Â The Â Panthers, Â ranked Â No. Â 4 Â in Â NCAA Â Divi-Â sion Â III, Â improved Â to Â 6-Â0 Â heading Â into Â a Â Saturday Â game Â at Â Bowdoin. Â Middlebury Â allowed Â just Â 11 Â shots Â in Â the Â game Â MOUNT Â ABRAHAM Â UNION Â High Â School Â junior Â Ashlie Â Fay Â is Â the Â Addison Â Independent Â high Â school Â girlsâ€™ Â basketball Â player Â of Â the Â and Â scored Â eight Â straight Â goals Â through Â the Â mid-Â dle Â of Â the Â contest. Â Emma Â Kramer Â scored Â two Â year. Independent Â photo/Trent Â Campbell JRDOVHDUO\WRSXWKHUWHDPXSDWRI WKHÂżUVWKDOI6WHYHQVVFRUHGWZRRIWKHQH[WIRXU before Â Liza Â Herzog Â tallied Â two Â straight Â to Â put Â the Â 3DQWKHUVXS&KULVV\5LWWHUQHWWHGWKHÂżQDO WDOO\RIWKHKDOIWRJLYH0LGGOHEXU\DOHDG Middlebury Â then Â opened Â the Â second Â half Â with Â By Â ANDY Â KIRKALDY also Â helped Â that Â the Â Eagles Â had Â enough Â depth Â lead Â her Â old Â Middlebury Â team, Â which Â started Â ÂżYHVWUDLJKWJRDOVWRPDNHLWZLWKUH-Â ADDISON Â COUNTY Â â€” Â It Â was Â a Â dream Â WR KDYH ÂżYH WHDP PHPEHUV LQ DOO UHFRJQL]HG out Â 0-Â10 Â this Â winter Â and Â then Â went Â 5-Â5 Â in Â the Â maining. Â Five Â Panthers Â scored Â during Â the Â deci-Â season Â for Â longtime Â Coach Â Connie Â LaRoseâ€™s Â RQWKHAddison Â Independent Â Girlsâ€™ Â Bas-Â second Â half Â of Â the Â regular Â season. Â A Â senior Â sive Â run. Mount Â Abraham Â Union Â High Â School Â girlsâ€™ Â ketball Â All-ÂStar Â Team Â â€” Â including Â two Â non-Â FDSWDLQDQGVSDUNSOXJHDUQHGDÂżUVWWHDPIn-Â +HU]RJ HTXDOHG 6RXWKHUÂśV HIIRUW ZLWK WKUHH basketball Â team, Â which Â won Â the Â Division Â II Â starters. Â dependent Â berth. Â goals, Â and Â Kramer Â and Â Ritter Â scored Â two Â apiece. Â WLWOHZLWKDUHFRUGWKDQNVWRVNLOOWHDP-Â First-Âyear Â coach Â Steve Â Keithâ€™s Â Otter Â Valley Â Coach Â Billy Â Wallerâ€™s Â four-Âwin Â Vergennes Â Herzog Â controlled Â four Â draws, Â and Â Catherine Â work, Â chemistry, Â hard Â work Â and Â relentless Â de-Â VTXDGFRPSLOHGWKHVHFRQGEHVWORFDOPDUNDW team Â also Â played Â better Â in Â the Â second Â half Â of Â Fowler Â controlled Â three, Â while Â Michaela Â Colbert Â fense. 10-Â11, Â and Â the Â Otters Â gave Â the Â Eagles Â one Â of Â the Â season Â after Â an Â 0-Â8 Â start. Â A Â strong Â senior Â picked Â up Â four Â ground Â balls. Â Lily Â Nguyen Â earned Â And Â it Â didnâ€™t Â hurt Â that Â the Â Eagles Â had Â the Â their Â best Â battles Â of Â the Â winter Â in Â an Â eight-Âpoint Â UHERXQGHUDOVRPHULWHGDÂżUVWWHDPQRGKHUH ÂżYHVDYHVZLWKRQHJRDODOORZHGLQZKLOH Addison Â Independent Â Girlsâ€™ Â Basketball Â December Â setback. Â Three Â Otters Â are Â honored Â Selections Â are Â based Â on Â observation, Â con-Â Katie Â Mandigo Â made Â one Â save Â and Â allowed Â a Â Player Â of Â the Â Year Â in Â the Â lineup, Â either, Â multi-Â KHUHRQHRQWKHÂżUVWWHDPDQGQRQHRIZKRP sultation Â with Â the Â coaches, Â and Â statistics. Â Con-Â goal Â in Â 10:10 Â of Â play Â during Â her Â collegiate Â debut. Â talented Â junior Â Ashlie Â Fay, Â who Â earns Â that Â dis-Â will Â graduate Â this Â spring. gratulations Â to Â the Â following: Â Stevens Â goalie Â Meg Â Collins Â made Â eight Â saves. tinction Â for Â the Â second Â straight Â season. Â And Â it Â First-Âyear Â coach Â Mary Â Nienow Â returned Â to Â (See Â Hoop Â stars, Â Page Â 17)
Eagle junior tops Independent girlsâ€™ team
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Hoop Â stars (Continued Â from Â Page Â 16) FIRST Â TEAM ASHLIE Â FAY, Â MOUNT Â ABE Â JUNIOR, Â PLAYER Â OF Â THE Â YEAR. Â Notes: Â Poised, Â skilled, Â fast Â and Â versatile Â player Â who Â might Â have Â been Â the Â best Â around Â at Â every Â po-Â VLWLRQ RQ WKH Ă€RRU from Â point Â guard Â to Â power Â forward Â â€Ś Â Averaged Â lo-Â cal Â bests Â of Â 14.1 Â points, Â 4.1 Â assists Â and Â 3.5 Â steals, Â and Â chipped Â in Â 4.5 Â re-Â bounds Â per Â game Â â€Ś Â Can Â handle Â the Â ball Â and Â throw Â passes Â on Â the Â break Â at Â full Â speed Â with Â FAY either Â hand, Â and Â KLWIURPEHKLQGWKHDUFRUÂżQLVKLQWKHODQH â€Ś Â Savvy Â defender Â who Â reads Â passing Â lanes Â well Â and Â covers Â tons Â of Â territory Â in Â the Â Ea-Â glesâ€™ Â press, Â or Â inside Â or Â outside Â in Â the Â Eagle Â zones. Â LaRoseâ€™s Â Quotes: Â â€œShe Â has Â the Â ability Â to Â make Â everyone Â elseâ€™s Â job Â easier Â â€Ś Â She Â had Â games Â with Â 20 Â points, Â and Â she Â had Â games Â with Â 20 Â rebounds, Â depending Â on Â what Â you Â asked Â her Â to Â do Â â€Ś Â Â Sheâ€™s Â great Â defensively Â because Â sheâ€™s Â a Â great Â athlete Â â€Ś Â Sheâ€™s Â got Â OLJKWQLQJTXLFNKDQGVÂŤ6KHÂśVÂżYHVHYHQRU VRDQGKDVJRWWKHYHUVDWLOLW\WREHDÂżYH kid, Â with Â those Â long Â arms Â and Â great Â leaping Â ability Â â€Ś Â The Â head Â is Â up. Â She Â sees Â the Â court. Â She Â knows Â what Â the Â best Â op-Â tion Â is.â€? JESSICA Â FRA-Â ZIER, Â OV Â JU-Â NIOR. Â Notes: Â Speedy, Â athletic Â player Â who Â scored Â in Â double Â digits Â in Â 15 Â of Â 21 Â games Â and Â averaged Â 13.6 Â points Â to Â lead Â the Â Otters Â â€Ś Â Explo-Â FRAZIER sive Â scorer Â with Â ÂżQH VKRRWLQJ UDQJH DQG D JUHDW ÂżUVW VWHS who Â is Â particularly Â effective Â slashing Â to Â the Â basket Â â€Ś Â Good Â defender Â who Â was Â effective Â in Â OVâ€™s Â pressure Â defense Â and Â averaged Â 2.0 Â steals Â per Â contest. Â Keithâ€™s Â Quotes: Â â€œJessica Â was Â always Â on Â the Â attack Â â€Ś Â Jessica Â used Â her Â speed Â to Â con-Â sistently Â attack Â the Â lane Â â€Ś Â Jessica Â was Â able Â to Â defend Â with Â a Â high Â intensity Â on Â the Â ball, Â while Â still Â being Â able Â to Â react Â quickly Â and Â read Â the Â passing Â lanes Â â€Ś Â Jessica Â is Â a Â gym Â rat. Â Jessica Â wants Â to Â be Â in Â the Â gym Â all Â the Â time Â and Â consistently Â improve Â â€Ś Â Jessica Â has Â a Â huge Â passion Â for Â the Â game Â of Â basket-Â ball.â€? TIFFANY Â DANYOW, Â MUHS Â SENIOR. Â Notes 7RXJK GHIHQGHU DQG Ă€RRU OHDGHU ZKR led Â the Â Tigers Â with Â 9.7 Â points Â per Â game Â â€Ś Â Chipped Â in Â 1.84 Â steals Â and Â 3.74 Â rebounds Â a Â
game Â â€Ś Â Good Â defending Â on-Âball, Â reading Â passing Â lanes, Â or Â helping Â teammates Â â€Ś Â Four-Â year Â varsity Â player Â who Â always Â played Â hard Â â€Ś Â Shrugged Â off Â a Â late-Âgame Â injury Â to Â score Â six Â points Â in Â overtime Â in Â a Â win Â at Â VUHS. Â Nienowâ€™s Â Quotes: Â â€œSheâ€™s Â very Â hard-Â working, Â tough Â physically, Â fearless, Â always Â driving Â to Â the Â rim Â ... Â She Â re-Â ally Â understands Â the Â game Â of Â basketball Â â€Ś Â Sheâ€™s Â a Â great Â de-Â fender Â â€Ś Â She Â wants Â DANYOW all Â of Â her Â teammates Â to Â get Â better, Â sheâ€™s Â always Â giving Â her Â team-Â mates Â feedback Â in Â practice Â â€Ś Â Sheâ€™s Â a Â true Â leader, Â kept Â the Â girls Â positive, Â always Â willing Â to Â help Â out Â the Â team Â on Â and Â off Â the Â court.â€? Â MEGHAN Â LIVINGSTON, Â MOUNT Â ABE Â JUNIOR. Â Notes: Â Quick Â and Â consistent Â guard Â who Â scored Â at Â key Â times Â for Â the Â Eagles Â this Â winter Â â€Ś Â Averaged Â 9.6 Â points, Â 2.0 Â assists, Â 2.0 Â rebounds Â and Â 2.5 Â steals Â â€Ś Â Ef-Â ÂżFLHQW VFRUHU ZKR hit Â about Â two-Âthirds Â of Â her Â shots Â from Â WKH Ă€RRU DQG DERXW 80 Â percent Â of Â her Â free Â throws Â â€Ś Â Had Â three-Âpoint Â range Â and Â the Â ability Â to Â get Â to Â the Â basket Â â€Ś Â Smart Â defender Â who Â helped Â key Â the Â Eaglesâ€™ Â zones Â and Â press. Â LIVINGSTON LaRoseâ€™s Â Quotes: Â â€œHer Â consistency Â is Â her Â strength Â â€Ś Â Sheâ€™s Â money Â from Â the Â free Â throw Â line Â â€Ś Â She Â moves Â her Â feet Â (defensively). Â Sheâ€™s Â shutting Â down Â passing Â lanes Â â€Ś Â Her Â scoring Â seems Â to Â come Â when Â she Â sees Â the Â need. Â When Â you Â need Â a Â bas-Â ket, Â she Â seems Â to Â be Â the Â one Â to Â step Â up Â â€Ś Â Her Â best Â seems Â to Â come Â out Â in Â our Â toughest, Â big-Â gest Â games.â€? CAITLIN Â CHAPUT, Â VUHS Â SENIOR. Â Notes: Â Gave Â the Â Commodores Â a Â tough Â inside Â pres-Â ence Â and Â led Â all Â local Â players Â with Â an Â average Â of Â 7.75 Â rebounds Â per Â game Â â€Ś Â Averaged Â 6.25 Â points Â per Â game, Â and Â her Â roughly Â .400 Â shooting Â per-Â centage Â was Â the Â teamâ€™s Â best Â â€Ś Â Turned Â the Â ball Â over Â only Â a Â team-Â CHAPUT best Â once Â a Â game Â â€Ś Â Hit Â more Â than Â lay-Âups, Â showing Â a Â nice Â jump Â shot Â when Â given Â the Â opportunity Â â€Ś Â Solid Â po-Â
sitional Â defender. Â Wallerâ€™s Â QuotesÂł6KHKDGÂżYHRUVL[JDPHV in Â a Â row Â where Â she Â didnâ€™t Â have Â any Â (turnovers) Â â€Ś Â She Â had Â a Â real Â nice Â 15-Âfooter Â â€Ś Â Sheâ€™s Â pretty Â strong Â and Â she Â learned Â her Â senior Â year Â to Â carve Â out Â some Â space Â â€Ś Â She Â boxed Â out Â all Â night Â â€Ś Â Those Â (soccer) Â goalie Â instincts Â came Â in Â when Â the Â ball Â was Â near Â her Â â€Ś Â She Â wasnâ€™t Â a Â captain, Â but Â she Â gave Â us Â leadership Â â€Ś Â She Â was Â MXVWDFDOPLQJLQĂ€XHQFHÂ´ SECOND Â TEAM OLIVIA Â BLOOMER, Â OV Â JUNIOR. Â Notes: Â Smart Â player Â who Â developed Â this Â win-Â ter Â into Â a Â much-Âneeded Â inside Â presence Â for Â OV Â and Â averaged Â a Â team-Âhigh Â 6.0 Â re-Â bounds Â per Â game Â despite Â giving Â away Â size Â most Â of Â the Â time Â â€Ś Â Also Â de-Â fended Â well Â inside Â with Â smart Â position-Â ing Â and Â boxing Â out Â on Â the Â boards Â â€Ś Â Team Â leader Â who Â chipped Â in Â with Â 6.7 Â points Â per Â contest, Â second Â for Â the Â Ot-Â BLOOOMER ters. Â Keithâ€™s Â Quotes: Â â€œOlivia Â always Â makes Â the Â right Â play Â on Â the Â Ă€RRUÂŤ2OLYLDSOD\HGDERYHKHUVL]HFRQVLV-Â tently Â out-Ârebounding Â opponents Â â€Ś Â Olivia Â de-Â fended Â well Â in Â the Â post Â and Â was Â always Â in Â the Â right Â help Â spot. Â Olivia Â understands Â the Â game Â of Â basketball Â and Â how Â it Â should Â be Â played Â â€Ś Â 2OLYLDLVDSRVLWLYHWHDPLQĂ€XHQFHDQGZRUNV to Â keep Â her Â teammates Â focused.â€? SAM Â DRISCOLL, Â MOUNT Â ABE Â JU-Â NIOR. Â Notes: Â Consistently Â gave Â the Â Eagles Â a Â lift Â off Â the Â bench Â this Â season, Â and Â played Â and Â produced Â in Â Barre Â when Â it Â mattered Â â€Ś Â Aver-Â aged Â 8.0 Â points, Â 1.8 Â assists Â and Â 1.5 Â steals Â â€Ś Â Good Â three-Âpoint Â shooter Â ZKR FRXOG DOVR ÂżQ-Â ish Â or Â set Â up Â team-Â mates Â on Â the Â break Â â€Ś Â Became Â a Â hard-Â working, Â disruptive Â defender. Â LaRoseâ€™s Â Quotes: Â â€œI Â just Â felt Â her Â growth Â as Â a Â player Â was Â huge Â this Â year Â DRISCOLL â€Ś Â When Â sheâ€™s Â hot, Â sheâ€™s Â really Â hot Â â€Ś Â Sheâ€™s Â very Â quick Â and Â athletic, Â no Â doubt Â about Â it Â â€Ś Â Sheâ€™s Â got Â great Â basketball Â savvy Â â€Ś Â In Â those Â games Â (in Â Barre) Â she Â really Â stepped Â up Â to Â the Â plate Â â€Ś Â She Â showed Â us Â what Â she Â could Â do Â defensively.â€? Â TAYLOR Â AINES, Â OV Â JUNIOR. Â Notes: Â 6DYY\WHQDFLRXVĂ€RRUOHDGHUDQGSRLQWJXDUG who Â averaged Â an Â area Â second-Âbest Â 3.0 Â assists Â per Â game Â â€Ś Â Could Â hit Â from Â long Â range Â and Â averaged Â 6.5 Â points Â per Â game, Â often Â scoring Â key Â hoops Â in Â close Â games Â â€Ś Â Determined Â de-Â fender Â who Â made Â it Â tough Â for Â opposing Â guards Â
to Â bring Â the Â ball Â up Â and Â get Â shots Â off. Â Â Keithâ€™s Â Quotes: Â â€œTaylor Â is Â one Â of Â the Â hardest-Âworking Â players Â Iâ€™ve Â coached Â â€Ś Â Taylor Â is Â a Â com-Â petitor Â and Â will Â not Â back Â down Â â€Ś Â Tay-Â lor Â handled Â the Â ball Â all Â year Â and Â request-Â ed Â the Â ball Â during Â crunch Â time Â â€Ś Â Tay-Â lor Â defended Â well Â AINES and Â hit Â several Â key Â shots Â throughout Â the Â season Â â€Ś Â Taylor Â is Â a Â ferocious Â competitor Â at Â ERWKHQGVRIWKHĂ€RRUÂ´ LIZZIE Â HUIZENGA, Â MOUNT Â ABE Â SE-Â NIOR. Â Notes: Â Quick Â and Â tireless Â defender Â who Â typically Â keyed Â the Â Eaglesâ€™ Â trademark Â 1-Â2-Â2 Â SUHVV DV WKH SRLQW SHUVRQ ÂŤ 7HUULÂżF GHIHQG-Â ing Â one-Âon-Âone, Â or Â in Â the Â Eaglesâ€™ Â press Â or Â zone Â looks Â â€Ś Â Could Â stick Â jumpers, Â and Â con-Â tributed Â offensively Â with Â 5.0 Â points Â and Â 2.0 Â assists Â per Â game Â â€Ś Â Also Â averaged Â 2.5 Â steals Â and Â 2.0 Â re-Â bounds. LaRoseâ€™s Â Quotes: Â â€œLizzie Â is Â just Â the Â Energizer Â Bunny Â out Â there Â â€Ś Â I Â canâ€™t Â think Â of Â any Â other Â kid Â Iâ€™ve Â had Â who Â HUIZENGA had Â such Â relentless Â energy Â out Â there Â â€Ś Â And Â sheâ€™s Â not Â a Â bad Â perimeter Â shooter Â â€Ś Â I Â looked Â at Â her Â as Â our Â best Â defender Â â€Ś Â Lizzie Â had Â a Â huge Â year Â of Â growth Â in Â terms Â of Â compo-Â sure Â on Â the Â court.â€? ISABEL Â BRENNAN, Â MOUNT Â ABE Â SOPHOMORE. Â Notes: Â Six-Âfooter Â who Â earned Â more Â time Â as Â the Â season Â progressed Â and Â averaged Â 5.0 Â points Â and Â a Â team-Âhigh Â 6.5 Â rebounds Â â€Ś Â Has Â good Â hands Â and Â showed Â a Â nice Â touch Â posting Â up Â and Â in Â transition Â â€Ś Â Im-Â proved Â offensively Â and Â defensively, Â and Â made Â an Â im-Â pact Â in Â the Â middle Â of Â the Â Eagle Â zone Â â€Ś Â Shone Â in Â Barre, Â with Â nine Â points Â and Â seven Â boards Â in Â the Â semi Â and Â game-Â highs Â of Â 16 Â points Â and Â nine Â rebounds Â LQWKHÂżQDO LaRoseâ€™s Â Quotes: Â â€œShe Â picked Â a Â real Â good Â time, Â I Â think, Â BRENNAN those Â last Â two Â games Â in Â Barre, Â to Â show Â us Â what Â she Â could Â do Â â€Ś Â She Â showed Â such Â a Â great Â attitude Â and Â such Â a Â great Â willingness Â to Â learn Â â€Ś Â There Â was Â that Â consis-Â tent Â improvement Â â€Ś Â I Â thought Â she Â made Â some Â solid Â improvement Â on Â defense.â€?
Womenâ€™s Â soccer Â squad Â to Â hold Â April Â 21 Â youth Â clinic Â MIDDLEBURY Â â€” Â The Â Mid-Â dlebury Â College Â womenâ€™s Â soccer Â team Â â€” Â which Â has Â participated Â in Â the Â NCAA Â Division Â III Â tourna-Â ment Â six Â times Â â€” Â will Â present Â a Â three-Âhour Â clinic Â for Â youth Â play-Â ers Â on Â Sunday, Â April Â 21, Â from Â
noon Â until Â 3 Â p.m. Â The Â program Â is Â open Â to Â boys Â and Â girls Â between Â the Â ages Â of Â 6 Â and Â 13 Â and Â will Â in-Â clude Â instruction, Â fun Â games Â and Â match Â play. Â According Â to Â the Â coaches Â and Â Panther Â players, Â participants Â will Â
have Â the Â opportunity Â to Â work Â with Â the Â Middlebury Â soccer Â athletes Â while Â learning Â fundamental Â skills, Â clever Â tricks Â and Â key Â elements Â of Â the Â game Â in Â a Â fun, Â challenging, Â supportive Â soccer Â environment. Â In Â addition Â to Â instructional Â ses-Â
VLRQVVPDOODQGIXOOÂżHOGJDPHV are Â planned. Â There Â will Â be Â a Â break Â midway Â through Â the Â clinic, Â and Â participants Â are Â encouraged Â to Â bring Â a Â snack. Â The Â $30 Â cost Â will Â include Â a Â T-Â shirt. Â Those Â interested Â may Â reg-Â
ister Â at Â www.middlebury.edu/ athletics/sports/womenssoccer/ wscampsclinics. Â More Â informa-Â tion Â is Â available Â from Â Coach Â Pe-Â ter Â Kim Â at Â 443-Â5410 Â or Â ptkim@ middlebury.edu.
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4-ÂHers Â compete Â in Â Quiz Â Bowl RANDOLPH Â CENTER Â â€” Â For Â the Â 54 Â Vermont Â 4-ÂH Â club Â members Â who Â participated Â in Â the Â state Â 4-ÂH Â Dairy Â Quiz Â Bowl Â on Â March Â 16 Â in Â Randolph Â Center, Â the Â annual Â event Â provided Â an Â opportunity Â to Â match Â wits Â with Â other Â 4-ÂHâ€™ers Â on Â everything Â dairy-Ârelated, Â from Â what Â cows Â eat Â to Â herd Â health, Â cattle Â breeds Â and Â genetics. University Â of Â Vermont Â (UVM) Â Ex-Â tension Â hosted Â the Â event Â at Â Vermont Â Technical Â College. Â The Â competition Â consisted Â of Â a Â written Â test Â and Â sev-Â eral Â rounds Â of Â oral Â questions Â with Â the Â combined Â scores Â from Â each Â used Â to Â determine Â the Â winners Â in Â each Â age Â group. In Â an Â unusual Â turn Â of Â events, Â the Â winner Â of Â the Â senior Â division Â (ages Â 14 Â and Â up), Â Maggie Â Kirby Â of Â East Â Mont-Â pelier, Â is Â ineligible Â for Â the Â 2013 Â Ver-Â
mont Â Dairy Â Quiz Â Bowl Â Team Â because Â her Â birthday Â falls Â after Â the Â cutoff Â date Â for Â eligibility, Â making Â her Â too Â young Â to Â compete Â nationally. Instead, Â the Â team Â will Â be Â made Â up Â RI WKH VHFRQG WKURXJK ÂżIWKKLJKHVW scorers Â in Â the Â senior Â division: Â Jake Â Senecal, Â Bradford;Íž Â Shelby Â Biasini, Â Morrisville;Íž Â Levi Â Vaughan, Â East Â Thetford;Íž Â and Â Tim Â Carson, Â Newbury. Â 7KH ÂżUVW DOWHUQDWH LV .HOOL -HURPH of Â Leicester. Â The Â second Â alternate Â is Â Devin Â Mitchell Â of Â Richford. Â The Â team Â will Â represent Â the Â state Â in Â quiz Â bowl Â competition Â at Â Eastern Â States Â ([SRVLWLRQ LQ :HVW 6SULQJÂżHOG Mass., Â in Â September, Â and Â the Â North Â American Â Invitational Â 4-ÂH Â Dairy Â Quiz Â Bowl Â Contest Â in Â Louisville, Â Ky., Â in Â November. Junior Â division Â winners, Â by Â age Â
group, Â and Â in Â order Â of Â placement Â were: Eight Â to Â 9 Â years Â old Â â€” Â Caroline Â Kirby, Â East Â Montpelier;Íž Â Peter Â Thorn-Â ton, Â South Â Royalton;Íž Â Sadie Â Ellner, Â Morrisville;Íž Â and Â Michael Â Plouffe, Â Bridport. Ten Â to Â 11 Â years Â old Â â€” Â Isabel Â Hall, Â East Â Montpelier;Íž Â Chandra Â Stanley, Â Enosburg Â Falls;Íž Â Lucy Â Kelley, Â Morris-Â ville;Íž Â and Â Adele Â Biasini, Â Morrisville. Twelve Â to Â 13 Â years Â old Â â€” Â Lilli Â Seward, Â East Â Wallingford;Íž Â Maddie Â Nadeau, Â Derby;Íž Â Andrew Â Seward, Â East Â Wallingford;Íž Â and Â Will Â Ringey, Â Brandon. For Â more Â information Â about Â the Â Vermont Â 4-ÂH Â dairy Â program, Â contact Â Wendy Â Sorrell, Â UVM Â Extension Â 4-ÂH Â livestock Â educator, Â at Â (802) Â 656-Â5418 Â or Â email@example.com.
Remove Â bird Â feeders Â to Â help Â keep Â bears Â out Â of Â your Â yard VERMONT Â â€” Â The Â Vermont Â Fish Â & Â Wildlife Â Department Â is Â urging Â people Â to Â take Â down Â their Â bird Â feed-Â ers Â to Â avoid Â attracting Â bears Â that Â are Â emerging Â from Â their Â winter Â dens Â and Â looking Â for Â food. â€œIt Â is Â best Â to Â remove Â food Â sources Â before Â hungry Â bears Â locate Â them,â€? Â said Â Fish Â & Â Wildlifeâ€™s Â Col. Â David Â LeCours. Â â€œWe Â highly Â recommend Â taking Â down Â bird Â feeders Â and Â not Â feeding Â birds Â until Â Dec. Â 1. â€œAlso, Â donâ€™t Â leave Â pet Â food Â out-Â side, Â wash Â down Â your Â barbecues Â
after Â using Â them, Â and Â secure Â your Â garbage Â containers,â€? Â he Â added. Â â€œAnd Â above Â all, Â never Â purposely Â leave Â food Â out Â for Â bears. Â Feeding Â bears Â may Â seem Â kind, Â but Â it Â is Â almost Â a Â sure Â death Â sentence Â for Â them. Â â€œHelp Â keep Â bears Â wild,â€? Â said Â LeCours. Â â€œWe Â care Â about Â these Â bears Â as Â much Â as Â anyone. Â Having Â to Â destroy Â one Â that Â has Â become Â a Â threat Â to Â human Â safety Â is Â not Â a Â pleasant Â experience, Â and Â we Â know Â that Â mov-Â ing Â them Â to Â another Â location Â doesnâ€™t Â change Â their Â behavior. Â They Â contin-Â
ue Â to Â seek Â food Â near Â people Â because Â they Â have Â learned Â that Â it Â works.â€? Vermont Â law Â prohibits Â a Â person Â from Â killing Â a Â bear Â that Â has Â been Â at-Â WUDFWHGWRDQ\DUWLÂżFLDOEDLWRUIRRG VXFKDVELUGVHHG7KHÂżQHIRUGRLQJ so Â can Â be Â as Â high Â as Â $1,000. Â Bears Â often Â eat Â seeds Â in Â the Â wild, Â so Â a Â birdfeeder Â chock Â full Â of Â high-Â energy Â seed Â is Â a Â concentrated Â source Â of Â what Â a Â bear Â considers Â natural Â food. Â And Â they Â are Â smart. Â Once Â bears Â learn Â to Â obtain Â food Â around Â peopleâ€™s Â homes, Â they Â will Â be Â back Â for Â more.
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Best of Luck in the future to all Addison County Students! ADDISON COUNTY
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Students of the Week from area High Schools Middlebury Union High School
Middlebury Â Union Â High Â School Â is Â pleased Â to Â recognize Â Sydney Â Reigle Â as Â its Â Student Â of Â the Â Week. Â Sydney Â is Â the Â daughter Â of Â Natalie Â and Â Steve Â Reigle Â of Â Weybridge. Â Her Â older Â sister, Â Danielle, Â will Â be Â graduating Â from Â the Â University Â of Â Pittsburgh Â this Â spring. Sydney Â has Â achieved Â High Â Honors Â and Â Honors Â all Â four Â years Â at Â MUHS Â and Â is Â a Â member Â of Â the Â local Â chapter Â of Â the Â 1DWLRQDO +RQRU 6RFLHW\ 6KH ZDV WKH UHFLSLHQW RI WKH VW Century Â Book Â Award Â for Â English Â in Â grade Â 9. Â Sydney Â has Â enrolled Â in Â challenging Â coursework Â including Â AP Â Calculus Â I Â and Â II, Â AP Â Statistics, Â AP Â Environmental Â Science Â and Â Advanced Â Physics Â with Â Calculus. Â Sydney Â is Â a Â Peer Â Leader Â for Â grade Â 9 Â students. Â She Â was Â selected Â to Â attend Â the Â Vermont Â Athletic Â Leadership Â Conference Â LQJUDGH6\GQH\ZDVYRWHGÂ³0RVW6FKRRO6SLULWHGÂ´E\WKH FODVV RI IUHTXHQWO\ DWWHQGLQJ 7LJHUVÂ¶ VSRUWLQJ HYHQWV 6\GQH\UHFHQWO\DSSHDUHGDVDSDUHQWLQWKHVHQLRUSOD\Â³%\H %\H%LUGLHÂ´6KHSOD\HGÃ€XWHLQWKH&RQFHUW%DQGLQJUDGHV DQG Sydney Â Reigle Sydney Â has Â competed Â on Â the Â varsity Â soccer Â team Â for Â the Â M.U.H.S. 7LJHUVDOOIRXU\HDUVVHUYLQJDVDFDSWDLQWKLV\HDU6KHZDV QDPHGD%XUOLQJWRQ)UHH3UHVV$OO6WDULQJUDGH6\GQH\ZDVDOVRWKH/DNH'LYLVLRQVW7HDPUHFLSLHQWLQ JUDGHVDQG In Â addition Â to Â the Â National Â Honor Â Society Â community Â service Â initiatives, Â the Â blood Â drive Â and Â food Â drive, Â Sydney Â volunteers Â for Â Success Â Saturdays Â in Â the Â Learning Â Lab. Â She Â tutors Â math Â and Â other Â subjects Â to Â students Â needing Â help Â with Â understanding Â the Â subjects Â or Â to Â catch Â up Â on Â schoolwork. Â She Â has Â also Â volunteered Â for Â the Â past Â two Â \HDUVDVDQDVVLVWDQW3DQWKHUVÂ¶6RFFHU&OXEFRDFKIRUWKH0LGGOHEXU\5HFUHDWLRQ'HSDUWPHQW Outside Â of Â school, Â Sydney Â enjoys Â playing Â soccer Â and Â other Â sports Â and Â socializes Â with Â friends Â in Â her Â spare Â time. Â In Â the Â winter, Â she Â works Â at Â the Â Snow Â Bowl Â and Â in Â the Â summer Â at Â Middlebury Â College Â Dining Â Services. Â She Â has Â played Â Panther Â Soccer Â since Â the Â age Â of Â seven Â and Â enjoys Â going Â to Â a Â variety Â of Â sporting Â events. 6\GQH\ZLOODWWHQGDIRXU\HDUFROOHJHLQWKHIDOOZKHUHVKHZLOOPDMRULQNLQHVLRORJ\H[HUFLVHVFLHQFH4XDOLWLHV VXFKDVSHUVHYHUDQFHDSRVLWLYHRXWORRNDQGDÂ³FDQGRÂ´DWWLWXGHZLOOVHUYH6\GQH\ZHOOLQDOOKHUIXWXUHHQGHDYRUV Congratulations, Â Sydney, Â from Â everyone Â at Â MUHS!
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Benjamin J. Brisson of Shore- ham has been selected for inclusion MIDDLEBURY — When four on the dean’s list for the fall 2012 se- students from New Haven’s Beeman Spring Fair mester at St. Lawrence University in By Phoebe Morse of Middlebury Canton, N.Y. He is a member of the Elementary School grade 3-6 team Little lambs racing came to visit Project Independence class of 2016. And thrushes sing— in Middlebury recently, they shared It is spring fair Plymouth State University stu- a few of their own poems, and then And an elderly lady is racing by!!! dents Tegan Donnelly of Brandon, led Project Independence partici- Sean Noonan of Brandon and Todd pants in a poetry writing exercise Savage of Shoreham have been that resulted in the following poems. Blue Blooms named to the “Who’s Who of Ameri- By Elaine McLaren of Salisbury, can Colleges and Universities.” Friendly Love Art Sherman of New Haven, and Eli Cohen and Sonia Hare, both By George Farwell of Benson and Brian Larsen, grade 5 Blue blooms shoot in lovely rich- members of the class of 2013, earned Jackson Gepfert, grade 5 Red gives apple. ness term honors for the fall 2012 semes- The cow wanders with blown Beautiful blue eggs ter at Skidmore College. All the lightning rush through the Cohen is the son of Robert Cohen winds. The pleasant showers pass. heavens and Claudia Cooper of Middlebury. She walks with me all day Descending to the timber Hare is the daughter of Steve and %\WKHZKLWHÀRZHUV The thrush echoing in the trees. Shelly Hare of Middlebury. In the open meadow grass Kay Keren of Middlebury was She eats the tart cream. named to the dean’s list for the fall Friendly love. She showers 2012 semester at Parsons The New ZLWKÀRZHUV School For Design in New York, N.Y. By Sally Bruch Spring is Lovely and Barbara Gillies By Louise Elwood of Salisbury, Sierra Dessureault, daughter of 6KHVKRZHUVZLWKÀRZHUVWKHUH Rich and Deb Dessureault of New Liz Hunt of Middlebury, She walks by the friendly cow, all Haven, was named to the dean’s list and Jessica Frey, grade 5 Red and white and wet. Spring is lovely and for the fall 2012 semester in the Col- She eats cream and apple with the The beautiful tree blooms. lege of Agricultural and Life Sciences open All the leaves echo and descend at the University of Vermont Grass blown winds. Their richness. A freshman on a pre-med track She wanders with the cow, among The heavens sing. Does it hear majoring in biological science, Des- The meadow and gives all the love The racing little lambs sureault is also a member of the Na- in her heart. As they brush the glassy weeds? tional Society of Collegiate Scholars.
MCTV SCHEDULE Channels 15 & 16 MCTV Channel 15 Tuesday, April 2 4:30 a.m. Railroad Overpass Bridge Meeting 6:30 a.m. Legislative Breakfast 8 a.m. Congregational Church Service 9:30 a.m. Rep. Betty Nuovo 10 a.m. Selectboard 11:30 a.m. Legislative Breakfast 1 p.m. Vermont Gas Meeting (Held April 1) 3 p.m. Public Affairs from the Vermont Media Exchange (VMX) 4 p.m. Chronique Francophone 4:30 p.m. Vershire Bible Church Service 6 p.m. Community Bulletin Board 7 p.m. Selectboard 8:25 p.m. Railroad Overpass Bridge Meeting 11 p.m. Vermont Gas Meeting (Held April 1) Wednesday, April 3 5 a.m. Legislative Breakfast 6:30 a.m. Mid East Digest 7:30 a.m. Memorial Baptist Church Service 9 a.m. Vermont Workers’ Center 10 a.m. Selectboard 11:30 a.m. Vermont Gas Meeting (Held April 1) 1:30 p.m. Legislative Breakfast 2:45 p.m. Governor’s Proposed Budget/ From the VMX 4 p.m. Salaam Shalom 5 p.m. Words of Peace 5:30 p.m. Las Promesas de Dios 6 p.m. Chronique Francophone 6:30 p.m. Rep. Betty Nuovo 7 p.m. Public Affairs from the VMX 8 p.m. Railroad Overpass Bridge Meeting 10 p.m. Legislative Breakfast 11:30 p.m. Vermont Workers’ Center Thursday, April 4 4:30 a.m. Vermont Gas Meeting (Held April 1) 6:30 a.m. Salaam Shalom 7:30 a.m. Legislative Breakfast 10 a.m. Vershire Bible Church 11:30 a.m. Chronique Francophone Noon Selectboard 1:25 p.m. Railroad Overpass Bridge Meeting 4 p.m. Legislative Breakfast 5:30 p.m. Community Bulletin Board 6 p.m. Vermont Gas Meeting (Held April 1)
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8:30 p.m. Las Promesas de Dios 9 p.m. Rep. Betty Nuovo 9:30 p.m. Vermont Gas Meeting (Held April 1) Friday, April 5 4:30 a.m. Public Affairs from the VMX 6 a.m. Vermont Gas Meeting (Held April 1) 8:30 a.m. Chronique Francophone 9 a.m. Las Promesas de Dios 10 a.m. Selectboard Noon Legislative Breakfast 1:15 p.m. Railroad Overpass Bridge Meeting 3:30 p.m. Lifelines 4 p.m. Memorial Baptist Church Service 5:30 p.m. Community Bulletin Board/Public Affairs 7:30 p.m. Rep. Betty Nuovo 8 p.m. Public Affairs 10 p.m. Mid East Digest 11 p.m. Vermont Gas Meeting (Held April 5) Saturday, April 6 5 a.m. For the Animals 5:30 a.m. Railroad Overpass Bridge Meeting 7:30 a.m. Public Affairs from the VMX 8:30 a.m. Chronique Francophone 9 a.m. Las Promesas de Dios 9:30 a.m. Rep. Betty Nuovo 10 a.m. Selectboard Noon Legislative Breakfast 1:30 p.m. Vermont Gas Meeting (Held April 5) 3:30 p.m. For the Animals 4 p.m. Memorial Baptist Church Service 5:30 p.m. Community Bulletin Board 6 p.m. Vermont Gas Meeting (Held April 5) 8 p.m. Railroad Overpass Bridge Meeting 10:30 p.m. Salaam Shalom 11 p.m. Public Affairs from the VMX Sunday, April 7 5:30 a.m. Legislative Breakfast 7 a.m. Words of Peace 7:30 a.m. Chronique Francophone 8 a.m. Las Promesas de Dios 8:30 a.m. Community Bulletin Board 9 a.m. Catholic Mass 9:30 a.m. Public Affairs from the VMX 11 a.m. Memorial Baptist Church Service 1 p.m. Vershire Bible Church Service 2:30 p.m. For the Animals 3 p.m. Green Mountain Veterans for Peace
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4 p.m. Congregational Church Service 5:30 p.m. Vermont Workers’ Center 6:30 p.m. Las Promesas de Dios 7 p.m. Catholic Mass 7:30 p.m. Community Bulletin Board 8 p.m. Vermont Gas Meeting (Held April 5) 10 p.m. Words of Peace 10:30 p.m. Green Mountain Veterans for Peace 11:30 p.m. Community BulletinBoard/Public Affairs Monday, April 8 5 a.m. Vermont Gas Meeting/Public Affairs 8:30 a.m. Chronique Francophone 9 a.m. Lifelines 10 a.m. Selectboard 11:30 a.m. Railroad Overpass Bridge Meeting 2:30 p.m. Rep. Betty Nuovo 3 p.m. Mid East Digest 4 p.m. Congregational Church Service 5:30 p.m. Las Promesas de Dios 6 p.m. Community Bulletin Board/Public Affairs 7:30 p.m. Legislative Breakfast 9 p.m. Vermont Gas Meeting (Held April 5) 11 p.m. Development Review Board (DRB) METV Channel 16 Tuesday, April 2 5 a.m. Sister Helen Prejean: Dead Man Walking, the Journey Continues 6:30 a.m. First Wednesday 7:30 a.m. Middlebury Five-0 8 a.m. State Board of Education 12:30 p.m. ID-4 Board 3 p.m. Hannaford Career Center (HCC) 6 p.m. UD-3 Board 9 p.m. First Wednesday 10 p.m. Middlebury Five-0 10:30 p.m. State Board of Education Wednesday, April 3 5 a.m. Otter Creek Audubon Society 6 a.m. New England Review Reading Series 7 a.m. HCC Board 11 a.m. UD-3 Board 4 p.m. Middlebury College Environmental Colloquium (MCEC) 5 p.m. Middlebury Five-0 6:30 p.m. ACSU Board 9 p.m. UD-3 Board
11:30 p.m. State Board of Education Thursday, April 4 8 a.m. State Board of Education 12:30 p.m. Middlebury Five-0 1 p.m. ACSU Board 4 p.m. From the College (MCEC) 5 p.m. Otter Creek Audubon Society/Local Performance 8 p.m. New England Review Reading Series 9:30 p.m. Middlebury Five-0 10 p.m. First Wednesday 11:30 p.m. From the College Friday/Saturday, April 5/6 5:30 a.m. Awareness Theater 6 a.m. King Lear 7 a.m. Hannaford Career Center (HCC) Board 9:15 a.m. UD-3/ACSU/ID-4 Boards 3:15 p.m. Vermont Youth Orchestra (VYO) Winter Concert 5:02 p.m. Awareness Theater 5:30 p.m. Middlebury Five-0 6 p.m. La Bohème 7:01 p.m. Otter Creek Audubon Society 8 p.m. VINS: Bats in Motion 10 p.m. First Wednesday 11 p.m. VYO Winter Concert Sunday, April 7 6:10 a.m. Otter Creek Audubon Society: Owls 7 a.m. VYO Winter Concert 9 a.m. Middlebury Five-0 9:30 a.m. A Week at Whiting Elementary School 10 a.m. New England Review Reading Series 11 a.m. First Wednesday/Local Performance 4 p.m. From the College (MCEC) 5 p.m. Awareness Theater 5:30 p.m. Otter Creek Audubon Society: Owls 6:20 p.m. A Week at Whiting Elementary School 6:30 p.m. King Lear 7:30 p.m. VYO Winter Concert 11:30 p.m. Middlebury Five-0 Monday, April 8 5:30 a.m. HCC Board 8 a.m. State Board of Education 11:30 a.m. ACSU/UD-3 Boards 4 p.m. First Wednesday 7 p.m. ID-4 Board 11:30 p.m. State Board of Education
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Gas Â pipeline Â meeting Â in Â Middlebury Â Monday
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tant Â outlet Â while Â the Â railroad Â bridges Â tion Â for Â an Â extended Â period,â€? Â Colgan Â are Â out Â of Â commission. said. Â â€œIf Â we Â shut Â down Â Middlebury, Â In Â addition, Â he Â noted Â the Â project Â thereâ€™s Â quite Â a Â bit Â of Â effort Â to Â re-Âroute Â will Â require Â some Â drainage Â improve-Â down Â toward Â Bellows Â Falls Â and Â then Â ments Â and Â the Â relocation Â of Â some Â up Â to Â White Â River Â Junction Â and Â to Â St. Â utilities, Â work Â that Â will Â occasionally Â Albans Â and Â further Â north. Â There Â is Â inconvenience Â property Â owners, Â ac-Â quite Â a Â runaround Â for Â the Â railroad Â in Â cording Â to Â Colgan. VKXWWLQJGRZQWUDIÂżFÂ´ â€œWe Â want Â to Â minimize Â impacts,â€? Â The Â coming Â months Â will Â see Â he Â said. VHB Â and Â the Â town Â of Â Middlebury Â While Â the Â two Â railroad Â bridges Â will Â â€” Â which Â will Â manage Â the Â project Â â€” Â be Â the Â primary Â focus Â of Â work, Â the Â work Â to Â meet Â a Â timeline Â that Â would Â project Â area Â will Â include Â a Â lengthy Â call Â for Â construction Â to Â begin Â during Â swath Â of Â rail Â line Â extending Â from Â the Â the Â spring Â of Â 2014. Â Colgan Â said Â the Â Otter Â Creek Â truss Â bridge Â timeline Â includes Â three Â (to Â the Â south), Â all Â the Â â€œThe schedule phases: way Â to Â Elm Â Street Â to Â the Â is accelerated Â‡ 3URMHFW GHÂżQLWLRQ north. Â Before Â construc-Â and very and Â alternatives Â evalu-Â tion Â wraps, Â workers Â will Â ation. Â This Â will Â entail Â aggressive. have Â excavated Â the Â rail Â ruling Â out Â the Â options Â of Â bed Â in Â a Â gradual Â fashion Â We are going leaving Â the Â bridges Â alone, Â along Â the Â entire Â stretch, Â in Â to be moving or Â renovating Â them. Â It Â is Â a Â manner Â that Â will Â provide Â very quickly.â€? expected Â to Â culminate Â in Â for Â an Â additional Â three-Â Â to Â â€” engineer the Â selection Â of Â a Â â€œpre-Â four Â feet Â of Â clearance Â un-Â Mark Colgan ferred Â alternativeâ€? Â that Â der Â the Â two Â bridges. Â This, Â will Â be Â mapped Â out Â in Â Colgan Â explained, Â will Â allow Â Amtrak Â concept, Â along Â with Â potential Â envi-Â to Â run Â double-Âstack Â cars Â under Â the Â ronmental Â impacts. bridges Â â€” Â something Â that Â cannot Â be Â Â‡ 3URMHFW GHVLJQ 'XULQJ WKLV done Â with Â the Â current Â spans. phase, Â plans Â will Â be Â completed Â on Â Contractors Â will Â also Â need Â to Â wid-Â the Â preferred Â design, Â with Â public Â in-Â en Â the Â horizontal Â clearance Â for Â trains Â volvement. Â This Â will Â include Â meet-Â under Â the Â bridges, Â which Â will Â mean Â ings Â with Â nearby Â property Â owners Â renovating Â or Â replacing Â the Â old Â stone Â for Â the Â negotiation Â of Â right-Âof-Âway Â walls Â that Â buttress Â the Â rail Â corridor Â easements Â and Â any Â potential Â property Â downtown. Â This Â will Â be Â a Â tricky Â en-Â acquisition. gineering Â task, Â as Â well Â as Â pose Â some Â Â‡ &RQVWUXFWLRQ &ROJDQ VDLG WKLV delicate Â historic Â preservation Â ques-Â will Â occur Â with Â a Â lot Â of Â public Â out-Â tions. reach Â through Â e-Âmails, Â a Â communica-Â FREIGHT Â TRAFFIC WLRQV RIÂżFHU DQG LQIRUPDWLRQ SRVWHG And Â as Â if Â the Â project Â didnâ€™t Â present Â on Â the Â townâ€™s Â website. Â There Â will Â be Â enough Â challenges, Â it Â will Â have Â to Â be Â an Â emphasis, Â he Â said, Â on Â stressing Â GRQH LQ GHIHUHQFH WR IUHLJKW WUDIÂżF that Â downtown Â Middlebury Â is Â â€œopen Â That Â will Â mean Â staggering Â tasks Â and/ for Â business.â€? RUZRUNLQJZLWKUDLORIÂżFLDOVWRVXV-Â Not Â encountering Â any Â substantial Â SHQGWUDIÂżFLQRUGHUWRJHWFRQVWUXF-Â environmental Â issues Â will Â be Â key Â tion Â done. Â Middlebury Â is Â a Â prominent Â to Â getting Â the Â project Â moving Â on Â point Â on Â the Â Burlington-Âto-ÂBenning-Â the Â speediest Â possible Â path, Â Colgan Â ton Â line. Â Another Â point Â on Â the Â line Â â€” Â stressed. Â The Â necessity Â of Â having Â to Â Rutland Â â€” Â is Â second Â only Â to Â Burling-Â prepare Â an Â Environmental Â Impact Â ton Â as Â the Â largest Â freight Â hub Â in Â the Â Statement Â for Â the Â project Â could Â add Â state, Â Colgan Â said. one Â to Â three Â years Â to Â the Â project, Â Col-Â â€œThere Â are Â daily Â trains Â and Â limited Â gan Â said. Â Thatâ€™s Â why Â he Â is Â hoping Â the Â freight Â storage Â capacity Â in Â Burling-Â undertaking Â will Â be Â granted Â a Â â€œcat-Â ton, Â so Â there Â are Â some Â challenges Â with Â egorical Â exclusion,â€? Â which Â he Â said Â the Â idea Â of Â closing Â off Â a Â bridge Â loca-Â could Â limit Â the Â environmental Â study Â
to Â two Â to Â three Â months. Audience Â members Â inside Â the Â the-Â ater Â listened Â intently Â to Â Colganâ€™s Â pre-Â sentation Â and Â asked Â several Â thought-Â ful Â questions, Â including Â whether Â the Â two Â spans Â would Â be Â replaced Â simulta-Â neously Â and Â if Â a Â concrete Â tunnel Â link-Â ing Â the Â bridges Â was Â shaping Â up Â as Â the Â leading Â replacement Â option. Colgan Â said Â planners Â have Â not Â ruled Â out Â replacing Â both Â bridges Â at Â WKH VDPH WLPH DQG FRQÂżUPHG WKDW a Â tunnel Â is Â shaping Â up Â as Â an Â option Â warranting Â more Â study. Â One Â audience Â member Â noted Â a Â tunnel Â would Â have Â WKHVLGHEHQHÂżWRIFORVLQJDJDSLQWKH town Â park Â that Â could Â be Â seeded Â and Â enjoyed Â as Â more Â open Â space. â€œI Â think Â a Â tunnel Â is Â appealing Â to Â a Â lot Â of Â people,â€? Â Colgan Â said, Â calling Â such Â a Â scenario Â a Â 50-Â50 Â proposition Â at Â this Â point. He Â added Â thereâ€™s Â the Â potential Â that Â some Â work Â could Â be Â done Â at Â night, Â thereby Â reducing Â impacts Â on Â rail Â traf-Â ÂżFDQGSDUNLQJ â€œItâ€™s Â all Â on Â the Â table Â right Â now,â€? Â he Â said. â€œNot Â everyone Â will Â get Â what Â they Â want,â€? Â he Â added. Â â€œWe Â will Â do Â the Â best Â we Â can.â€? 9+% RIÂżFLDOV KDQGHG RXW VRPH electronic Â clickers Â to Â audience Â mem-Â bers Â that Â allowed Â them Â to Â express Â their Â feelings Â about Â elements Â of Â the Â project. Â A Â clear Â majority Â of Â respon-Â dents Â expressed Â interest Â in Â a Â â€œtun-Â nelâ€? Â option Â and Â cited Â parking Â as Â their Â number Â one Â concern. 0LGGOHEXU\ 7RZQ 3ODQQHU )UHG 'XQQLQJWRQ SUHVHQWHG &ROJDQ ZLWK sections Â of Â the Â town Â plan Â that Â relate Â to Â railroad Â bridges. Â The Â plan Â asks Â that Â the Â bridges Â be Â replaced Â in Â a Â man-Â ner Â that Â keeps Â streets Â and Â sidewalks Â pedestrian Â and Â bicycle Â friendly, Â that Â it Â be Â done Â with Â sensitivity Â to Â down-Â town Â parking, Â that Â the Â new Â bridges Â be Â â€œpassenger Â rail Â ready,â€? Â and Â that Â the Â project Â afford Â the Â possibility Â of Â cre-Â ating Â a Â safer Â and Â better Â access Â to Â the Â Marble Â Works Â shopping Â complex. â€œThe Â town Â plan Â has Â anticipated Â this Â IRUPDQ\\HDUVÂ´'XQQLQJWRQQRWHG Reporter Â John Â Flowers Â is Â at Â firstname.lastname@example.org.
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Basketball Â tourney Â to be Â held Â in Â Shoreham SHOREHAM Â â€” Â A Â co-Âed, Â inter-Â generational, Â 3-Âon-Â3 Â lightning Â round Â basketball Â tournament Â will Â be Â held Â at Â the Â Shoreham Â Elementary Â School Â gym Â on Â Saturday, Â April Â 6. Â The Â event Â LV D IXQGUDLVHU IRU WKH 3ODWW 0HPR-Â rial Â Library Â and Â will Â feature Â single-Â elimination Â brackets. Â This Â is Â an Â op-Â portunity Â for Â the Â public Â of Â all Â ages Â (10 Â DQGXS WRWU\RXWWKHQHZJ\PĂ€RRU 7KH Ă€RRU ZDV LQVWDOOHG WKLV ZLQWHU thanks Â to Â the Â fundraising Â efforts Â of Â WKH 6KRUHKDP 3DUHQWV7HDFKHUV DQG Friends Â group. 3DVWSOD\HUVIURPWKHROG6KRUHKDP High Â School Â and Â Middlebury Â High Â School, Â casual Â dooryard Â players Â and Â out-Âof-Â Â towners Â are Â all Â encouraged Â to Â come Â and Â shoot Â some Â hoops Â to Â ben-Â HÂżW WKH 3ODWW 0HPRULDO /LEUDU\ 7KH tournament Â will Â run Â from Â 10 Â a.m. Â to Â 1 Â p.m. Â Registration, Â warm-Âup Â and Â team Â assignments Â will Â take Â place Â from Â 9:30 Â to Â 10 Â a.m. Â The Â cost Â per Â player Â is Â $5;Íž Â spectators Â are Â free Â of Â charge. Â Grand Â prizes Â will Â be Â presented Â to Â the Â win-Â ning Â teams. Â Coffee, Â fresh Â donuts, Â and Â fruit Â will Â be Â sold. For Â more Â information Â contact Â Bob Â Rathbun Â at Â 897-Â7969 Â or Â stop Â by Â the Â library Â for Â a Â registration Â form.
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Willowell brings NYC artists to share ideas with local students MONKTON Â â€” Â Two Â emerging Â art-Â ists Â based Â in Â New Â York Â City Â will Â hold Â brief Â residencies Â with Â Addison Â County Â schools Â in Â early Â April. Â Anna Â K. Â Miller Â and Â Nobutaka Â Aozaki Â will Â present Â their Â artistic Â practices Â to Â high Â school Â students Â in Â the Â Walden Â Project Â outdoor Â high Â school Â program Â at Â the Â Willowell Â Foundation, Â and Â to Â elementary Â school Â classes Â at Â Monkton Â Central Â School Â and Â Vergennes Â Union Â Elementary, Â as Â part Â of Â Willowellâ€™s Â ongoing Â efforts Â to Â bring Â visual Â artists Â into Â Vermont Â class-Â rooms. Â On Â Wednesday, Â April Â 3, Â Anna Â Mill-Â
er Â will Â lead Â Walden Â Project Â students Â in Â a Â performative Â work Â called Â â€œHand,â€? Â which Â Miller Â says Â â€œis Â meant Â to Â explore Â the Â space Â between Â language Â and Â the Â physical Â world.â€? Â A Â number Â of Â Millerâ€™s Â sculptural Â and Â performance Â pieces Â have Â included Â honey. Â She Â intends Â to Â create Â a Â performative Â honey Â sculpture Â with Â the Â Walden Â students. Â On Â April Â 4, Â with Â the Â younger Â stu-Â GHQWV Â˛ 0RQNWRQ ÂżUVWJUDGHUV DQG Vergennes Â fourth-Âgraders Â â€” Â Miller Â will Â share Â a Â piece Â called Â the Â â€œHoney Â Library,â€? Â paired Â with Â a Â honey Â tasting. Â Millerâ€™s Â practice Â includes Â both Â
sculpture Â and Â per-Â QLÂżFDQW GDLO\ PDWWHUV formance Â involving Â On April 4, with could Â become Â a Â door Â â€œa Â limited Â palette Â of Â the â€” Monkton for Â new Â perspectives Â common Â materials, Â Ă€UVWJUDGHUVDQG on Â art Â making, Â com-Â plywood, Â beeswax, Â 9HUJHQQHVIRXUWK munication, Â and Â our Â honey, Â canvas, Â and Â JUDGHUVÂł0LOOHU way Â of Â living.â€? Â In Â his Â cheesecloth,â€? Â accord-Â Aozaki Â says Â he Â ZLOOVKDUHDSLHFH art, Â ing Â to Â SIGNAL, Â the Â often Â â€œplays Â with Â ev-Â Brooklyn Â gallery Â that Â FDOOHGWKHÂ´+RQH\ eryday Â interactions Â in Â hosted Â her Â recent Â solo Â /LEUDU\ÂľSDLUHG order Â to Â explore Â the Â exhibition. Â That Â exhi-Â ZLWKDKRQH\ relationship Â between Â bition, Â titled Â â€œFolds,â€? Â WDVWLQJ artistic Â labor Â and Â non-Â involved Â 700 Â yards Â artistic Â labor, Â an Â artist Â of Â cheesecloth Â spanning Â the Â gallery Â and Â audiences, Â art Â and Â commodity.â€? IURP Ă€RRU WR FHLOLQJ 6,*1$/ VD\V His Â recent Â projects Â include Â â€œValue_ â€œMillerâ€™s Â practice Â has Â long Â focused Â on Â Added Â #240950,â€? Â which Â consists Â of Â repetitive Â processes, Â the Â gradual Â ac-Â a Â can Â of Â corn Â with Â a Â pile Â of Â receipts. Â cumulation Â of Â effects Â in Â a Â given Â ma-Â According Â to Â his Â website: Â â€œThe Â art-Â terial,â€? Â amounting Â to Â â€œa Â conversation Â ist Â takes Â one Â canned Â good Â to Â multiple Â with Â material.â€? Â She Â has Â also Â exhibited Â supermarkets Â and Â re-Âbuys Â it. Â This Â her Â work Â at Â the Â Liloveve Â Gallery Â in Â single Â can Â of Â corn Â has Â been Â re-Âbought Â Brooklyn Â and Â the Â Lucas Â Gallery Â in Â from Â 100 Â supermarkets Â for Â a Â total Â of Â Princeton, Â N.J. $107.42.â€? Â Another Â recent Â piece Â is Â Nobutaka Â Aozaki Â will Â visit Â the Â â€œNames Â on Â Starbucks Â Cups,â€? Â which Â Walden Â Project Â on Â Monday, Â April Â 8. Â involves Â a Â collection Â of Â Starbucks Â Aozaki Â says Â he Â will Â be Â talking Â about Â plastic Â cups Â with Â Aozakiâ€™s Â name Â his Â work, Â â€œfocusing Â on Â how Â insig-Â spelled, Â often Â incorrectly, Â on Â the Â cups. Â
Aozaki Â goes Â by Â â€œNobuâ€?;Íž Â some Â of Â the Â misspellings Â include Â â€œNorbert,â€? Â â€œNo-Â bel,â€? Â and Â â€œMobu.â€? Â By Â using Â the Â cups Â in Â an Â installation, Â Aozaki Â says Â he Â turns Â his Â â€œposition Â as Â a Â passive Â consumer Â into Â active Â producer Â of Â artwork.â€? Â Aozaki Â has Â exhibited Â his Â work Â in Â New Â York Â and Â Los Â Angeles, Â among Â other Â cities, Â and Â in Â 2012 Â received Â the Â C12 Â Emerging Â Artist Â Award. Both Â Miller Â and Â Aozaki Â recently Â completed Â the Â MFA Â program Â at Â Hunt-Â er Â College Â in Â Manhattan, Â and Â con-Â nected Â with Â Willowell Â through Â fellow Â MFA Â Marela Â ZacarĂas. Â ZacarĂas Â spent Â a Â month Â this Â past Â fall Â at Â Willowell, Â working Â with Â over Â 130 Â students Â and Â community Â members Â to Â build Â a Â per-Â manent Â sculptural Â mural Â installation Â titled Â â€œAzimuth.â€? Â Willowell Â founder Â and Â director Â Matt Â Schlein Â says Â he Â hopes Â that Â these Â residencies Â promote Â enthusiasm Â for Â the Â arts Â among Â Addi-Â son Â County Â students Â and Â teachers. Â For Â more Â information, Â visit Â www. willowell.org, Â www.annakmiller.com, Â and Â www.nobutakaaozaki.com. Â
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A L C O H O L I C S Â A N O N Y-Â M O U S Â M I D D L E B U R Y Â M E E T I N G S Â S A T U R -Â DAY: Â Discussion Â Meeting Â 9:00-Â10:00 Â AM Â at Â the Â Mid-Â dlebury Â United Â Methodist Â Church. Â Discussion Â Meeting Â 10:00-Â11:00 Â AM. Â Womenâ€™s Â Meeting Â Noon-Â1:00 Â PM. Â Be-Â ginners Â Meeting Â 6:30-Â7:30 Â PM. Â These Â three Â meetings Â are Â held Â at Â the Â Turning Â Point Â Center Â in Â the Â Marbleworks, Â Middlebury. A L C O H O L I C S Â A N O N Y-Â M O U S Â M I D D L E B U R Y Â MEETINGS Â FRIDAY: Â Dis-Â cussion Â Meeting Â Noon-Â1:00 Â PM Â at Â the Â Turning Â Point Â in Â the Â Marbleworks, Â Middlebury.
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A L C O H O L I C S Â A N O N Y-Â M O U S Â M I D D L E B U R Y Â MEETINGS Â THURSDAY: Â Big Â Book Â Meeting Â Noon-Â1:00 Â PM Â at Â the Â Turning Â Point Â Center Â in Â the Â Marbleworks, Â Middlebury. Â Speaker Â Meeting Â 7:30-Â8:30 Â PM Â at Â St. Â Stephenâ€™s Â Church, Â Main Â St.(On Â the Â Green).
A L C O H O L I C S Â A N O N Y-Â M O U S Â M I D D L E B U R Y Â MEETINGS Â MONDAY: Â As Â Bill Â Sees Â It Â Meeting Â Noon-Â1:00 Â P M . Â B i g Â B o o k Â M e e t i n g Â 7:30-Â8:30 Â PM. Â Both Â held Â at Â the Â Turning Â Point Â Center Â in Â the Â Marbleworks, Â Middlebury.
A L C O H O L I C S Â A N O N Y-Â MOUS Â BRANDON Â MEET-Â INGS: Â Monday, Â Discussion Â M e e t i n g Â 7 :3 0 -Â 8 :3 0 Â PM . Â Wednesday, Â 12 Â Step Â Meet-Â ing Â 7:00-Â8:00 Â PM. Â Friday, Â 12 Â Step Â Meeting Â 7:00-Â8:00 Â PM. Â All Â held Â at Â the Â St. Â Thomas Â Episcopal Â Church, Â RT Â 7 Â South.
A L C O H O L I C S Â A N O N Y-Â MOUS Â NORTH Â FERRIS-Â BURGH Â MEETINGS: Â Sun-Â day, Â Daily Â Reflections Â Meet-Â ing Â 6:00-Â7:00 Â PM, Â at Â the Â United Â Methodist Â Church, Â Old Â Hollow Â Rd.
BRAIN Â INJURY Â SUPPORT Â GROUP: Â Survivors, Â family Â members Â and Â care Â givers Â are Â invited Â to Â share Â their Â experience Â in Â a Â safe, Â se-Â cure Â and Â confidential Â envi-Â ronment. Â Meets Â monthly Â on Â the Â second Â Tuesday Â from Â 6:00pm Â to Â 8:00pm Â at Â the Â Hannaford Â Career Â Center, Â Room Â A214 Â (second Â floor, Â an Â elevator Â is Â available) Â in Â Middlebury. Â For Â more Â infor-Â mation, Â contact Â Beth Â Dia-Â mond Â 802-Â388-Â9505.
A L C O H O L I C S Â A N O N Y-Â M O U S Â M I D D L E B U R Y Â MEETINGS Â WEDNESDAY: Â Big Â Book Â Meeting Â 7:15-Â8:15 Â AM Â is Â held Â at Â the Â Middlebury Â United Â Methodist Â Church Â on Â N. Â Pleasant Â Street. Â Discus-Â sion Â Meeting Â Noon-Â1:00 Â PM. Â Womenâ€™s Â Meeting Â 5:30-Â6:30 Â PM. Â Both Â held Â at Â The Â Turning Â Point Â Center Â in Â the Â Marble-Â A L C O H O L I C S Â A N O N Y-Â works, Â Middlebury. MOUS Â NEW Â HAVEN Â MEET-Â A L C O H O L I C S Â A N O N Y-Â INGS: Â Monday, Â Big Â Book Â M O U S Â M I D D L E B U R Y Â Meeting Â 7:30-Â8:30 Â PM Â at Â the Â MEETINGS Â TUESDAY: Â 11th Â Congregational Â Church, Â New Â Step Â Meeting Â Noon-Â1:00 Â Haven Â Village Â Green. PM. Â ALTEEN Â Group. Â Both Â held Â at Â Turning Â Point, Â 228 Â A L C O H O L I C S Â A N O N Y-Â Maple Â Street. Â 12 Â Step Â Meet-Â MOUS Â RIPTON Â MEETINGS: Â ing Â Noon-Â1:00 Â PM. Â 12 Â Step Â Monday, Â As Â Bill Â Sees Â It Â Meet-Â Meeting Â 7:30-Â8:30 Â PM. Â Both Â ing Â 7:15-Â8:15 Â AM. Â Thursday, Â held Â at Â the Â Turning Â Point Â Grapevine Â Meeting Â 6:00-Â7:00 Â Center Â in Â the Â Marbleworks, Â PM. Â Both Â held Â at Â Ripton Â Fire-Â house, Â Dugway Â Rd. Middlebury.
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Peg Â Allen, Â of Â Whiting, Â is Â the Â Pro-Â gram Â Chair Â of Â the Â Milk Â & Â Honey Â Quilt Â Guild Â which Â meets Â monthly Â and Â makes Â lovely Â quilts. Â Â Often, Â the Â group Â uses Â their Â meeting Â time Â to Â support Â a Â local Â charity, Â and Â this Â month Â they Â took Â on Â the Â task Â of Â sewing Â â€œchemo Â capsâ€? Â for Â the Â American Â Cancer Â Society. Â Â Peg Â spent Â time Â decipher-Â ing Â the Â directions Â and Â creating Â a Â proto-Âtype Â for Â the Â members Â of Â the Â Guild Â to Â duplicate. Â Â Another Â sewing Â project Â that Â Peg Â has Â en-Â joyed Â was Â making Â pet Â beds Â for Â Homeward Â Bound Â (previously Â the Â Humane Â Society) Â and Â she Â also Â volunteers Â at Â Addison Â County Â Fair Â and Â Field Â Days, Â for Â SOUL Â and Â as Â a Â Master Â Gardener. Â Â Peg Â explained Â that Â she Â enjoys Â â€œworking Â on Â a Â common Â project Â with Â other Â members Â of Â the Â guildâ€? Â who Â praise Â her Â as Â â€œa Â quiet Â leader, Â who Â leads Â by Â exampleâ€?. Â Â Thank Â you, Â Peg! Â
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ARE Â YOU Â BOTHERED Â by Â someoneâ€™s Â drinking? Â What-Â ever Â your Â problems, Â there Â are Â those Â of Â us Â who Â have Â had Â them Â too. Â We Â invite Â you Â to Â our Â Opening Â Our Â Hearts Â Womenâ€™s Â Al-ÂAnon Â group, Â meeting Â every Â Wednes-Â day Â at Â 7:15 Â pm Â upstairs Â at Â IS Â LIFE Â FEELING Â like Â a Â con-Â St.Stephenâ€™s Â on Â the Â Green Â stant Â struggle? Â In Â addition Â to Â in Â Middlebury. taking Â over Â your Â life Â and Â who Â you Â are Â as Â a Â person? Â Do Â you Â B I B L I C A L Â R E C O V E RY Â remember Â when Â the Â sim-Â GROUP Â Meeting, Â Mondays Â plest Â things Â could Â make Â you Â 6:30-Â7:30pm Â at Â Grace Â Bap-Â happy? Â If Â you Â said Â yes, Â come Â tist Â Church, Â Merchants Â Row, Â to Â the Â Turningpoint Â Center Â Middlebury. Â psalm62minis-Â of Â Addison Â County Â for Â â€œLife Â tries.org Â . in Â Transitionâ€?. Â These Â recov-Â ery Â meetings Â are Â for Â young Â adults, Â ages Â 16-Â25, Â with Â any Â kind Â of Â addiction. Â Meetings Â on Â Mondays Â and Â Fridays, Â 4-Â5 Â pm, Â at Â the Â center Â in Â the Â Marble Â Works Â in Â Middlebury. Â Our Â support Â system Â will Â help Â you Â make Â a Â difference Â in Â your Â life. Â Stop Â in, Â even Â if Â it Â is Â just Â to Â talk. Â Itâ€™s Â your Â life, Â choose Â how Â youâ€™re Â going Â to Â live Â it. Services
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C&I Â DRYWALL. Â Hanging, Â taping Â and Â skim Â coat Â plas-Â tering. Â Also Â tile. Â Call Â Joe Â 802-Â234-Â5545.
FULL Â TIME Â NURSE Â position Â available Â in Â May-ÂJune: Â Seek-Â ing Â full-Âtime Â experienced Â and Â dynamic Â LPN Â or Â Medical Â As-Â sistant Â to Â join Â our Â fast Â paced Â team. Â Work Â one-Âon-Âone Â with Â a Â doctor. Â Job Â includes Â room-Â ing Â patients, Â giving Â injec-Â tions, Â EKGs, Â venipuncture Â and Â triaging Â phone Â calls. Â Electronic Â Medical Â Record Â experience Â a Â plus Â but Â will Â train Â the Â right Â person. Â Com-Â petitive Â Salary Â and Â benefits Â included. Â Position Â is Â 3.5 Â days Â per Â week. Â Send Â resume Â and Â references Â to: Â Middlebury Â Family Â Health, Â Attn: Â Stacy Â Ladd, Â Practice Â Administrator, Â 44 Â Collins Â Drive Â Suite Â 201 Â Middlebury, Â VT Â 05753, Â Fax: Â 802-Â388-Â0441.
CONSTRUCTION: Â ADDI-Â TIONS, Â RENOVATIONS, Â new Â construction, Â drywall, Â carpentry, Â painting, Â floor-Â ing, Â roofing. Â All Â aspects Â of Â construction, Â also Â property Â maintenance. Â Steven Â Fifield Â 802-Â989-Â0009.
DEVELOPMENTAL Â HOME Â PROVIDER Â for Â live-Âin Â client Â or Â respite Â care. Â 36 Â years Â ex-Â perience. Â State Â background Â check Â completed. Â State Â Agency Â and Â past Â client Â fam-Â ily Â references Â provided. Â Call Â INN Â ON Â THE Â GREEN Â in Â Mid-Â Doreen Â at Â 802-Â247-Â4409. dlebury Â now Â hiring Â additional Â breakfast Â / Â housekeeping Â staff Â for Â Thursday, Â Friday, Â FREELANCE Â GRAPHIC Â DE-Â Saturday Â from Â early Â morn-Â SIGNER Â offering Â reason-Â ing Â (7:00 Â am) Â through Â early Â able Â rates Â for Â work Â in Â Adobe Â afternoon. Â Housekeeping Â Photoshop Â and Â InDesign, Â experience Â preferred, Â but Â Custom Â Clip Â Art, Â Logos Â and Â will Â train. Â Contact Â Bruce Â or Â Artwork. Â Basic Â tutorial Â in Â pho-Â Brenda Â at Â 802-Â388-Â7512 Â to Â toshop Â and Â indesign. Â Great Â apply.
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SALISBURY SCHOOL BOARD School Board Meeting Recorder The Salisbury School Board is seeking someone to take meeting minutes at their board meetings which are scheduled for the second Thursday of the month beginning at 6:30pm. All meeting materials are available through electronic submission. Apply by sending a letter of interest, resumĂŠ and three current reference letters to: Dr. Gail B. Conley, Superintendent Addison Central Supervisory Union 49 Charles Avenue Middlebury, VT 05753 Deadline: April 15, 2013
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FULL Â TIME Â CUSTODIAN Middlebury Union High School is looking for an energetic, motivated individual to work as a custodian from 3:00 to 11:30 PM, Monday through Friday. Experience is a plus, but not required. This is a salaried position with LIEPXLFIRIÂ˝XW4PIEWIGEPP&VYGI1EG-RXMVIEX 802-382-1198 for more information. Apply by sending letter of interest, resume and references to: Dr. Gail Conley, Superintendent Addison Central Supervisory Union 49 Charles Avenue Middlebury, VT 05753 Position Open Until Filled.
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Help Â Wanted BANKRUPTCY: Â Call Â to Â find Â out Â if Â bankruptcy Â can Â help Â you. Â Kathleen Â Walls, Â Esq. Â 388-Â1156. BARNES Â DAIRY, Â SHORE-Â HAM Â seeking Â feeder. Â Per-Â son Â needed Â for Â mixing Â feed Â and Â delivering Â to Â animals. Â Need Â valid Â drivers Â license, Â experience Â preferred. Â Some Â light Â maintenance Â or Â feeding Â equipment. Â 6 Â days Â per Â week. Â 40-Â50 Â hours. Â For Â interview Â call Â 802-Â989-Â8853. CREW Â CHIEF Â AND Â IN-Â STALLER Â for Â Middlebury Â Fence. Â Ideal Â candidate Â must Â have Â fence Â installation Â and Â / Â or Â contruction Â experience; Â supervisory Â experience; Â at-Â tention Â to Â detail Â and Â qual-Â ity. Â Must Â be Â self-Âmotivated. Â Send Â email Â with Â resume Â or Â inquiries Â to Â EBiello@middle-Â buryfence.com Â .
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KITCHEN HELP NEEDED: Local Food Service com- pany seeks kitchen help. Looking for motivated, hard-working individuals to help prep and pack Help Wanted food Thursday through Saturday. Please email PART-TIME, RELIABLE, resume and references to flexible, personable person firstname.lastname@example.org for a customer service posi- -scheduling interviews im- tion at a busy flower shop. mediately. Must have a clean driver’s license. Send resume to colesflowers@myfairpoint. net or stop in to see Paula.
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Architect/Designer Vermont Integrated Architecture, P.C. of Middlebury seeks architect with 5-‐10 years of experience with ĚĞƐŝŐŶ͕ĐŽŶƐƚƌƵĐƟŽŶĚŽĐƵŵĞŶƚĂƟŽŶ͕ĂŶĚƐƉĞĐŝĮĐĂƟŽŶ ǁƌŝƟŶŐ ĨŽƌ ĐŽŵŵĞƌĐŝĂů ĂŶĚ ŝŶƐƟƚƵƟŽŶĂů ƉƌŽũĞĐƚƐ͘ WŽƐŝƟŽŶ ƌĞƋƵŝƌĞƐ ĞǆĐĞůůĞŶƚ ĐŽŵŵƵŶŝĐĂƟŽŶ ƐŬŝůůƐ ĨŽƌ ĞǆƚĞŶƐŝǀĞ ĐůŝĞŶƚ ŝŶƚĞƌĂĐƟŽŶ͕ ĐŽŶƐƵůƚĂŶƚ ĐŽŽƌĚŝŶĂƟŽŶ͕ and team management. Candidate must be a resourceful and independent worker while also being a team player. Commitment to and experience ǁŝƚŚ ĞŶĞƌŐǇ ĞĸĐŝĞŶĐǇ ĂŶĚ ƐƵƐƚĂŝŶĂďŝůŝƚǇ ƐƚƌĂƚĞŐŝĞƐ in buildings paramount. Extensive experience with ƵƚŽĂŵƵƐƚ͘<ŶŽǁůĞĚŐĞŽĨĚŽďĞƌĞĂƟǀĞ^ƵŝƚĞ ĂŶĚ^ŬĞƚĐŚͲƵƉƉƌŽŐƌĂŵƐƉƌĞĨĞƌƌĞĚ͘ ^ĞŶĚůĞƩĞƌŽĨŝŶƚĞƌĞƐƚĂŶĚƌĞƐƵŵĞƚŽ ĂŶĚƌĞĂΛǀĞƌŵŽŶƟŶƚĞŐƌĂƚĞĚĂƌĐŚŝƚĞĐƚƵƌĞ͘ĐŽŵ
Applications can be printed from our website & emailed to email@example.com, faxed to 802-388-9010 or returned in person at 2464 Case St., Middlebury, VT No phone calls, please.
MIDDLEBURY UNION HIGH SCHOOL SUMMER SCHOOL DRIVER EDUCATION TEACHER Middlebury Union High School is seeking a Summer School Driver Education teacher who has subject appropriate Vermont 'IVXM½GEXMSRERHLEWHIQSRWXVEXIHWYFNIGX area expertise with a background in Driver Education. Successful candidate must have demonstrated effectiveness regarding rapport with students and communication with parents and students, demonstrated knowledge of current technology, be willing to work summers (stipend) and after school and have exemplary oral and written communication skills.
Munson Earth Moving is seeking experienced construction workers for upcoming projects throughout Vermont.
We are currently taking applications for: Laborer/Pipe Layer ★ Mechanics ★ Operators ★ Flaggers ★ Lowbed Operators ★ Sitework Layout/Survey ★
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JP Carrara & Sons is looking for: CONCRETE LABORERS Individuals applying for these positions must be able to work well in a fast-paced, challenging enviroment.
Dr. Gail Conley, Superintendent Addison Central Supervisory Union 49 Charles Avenue Middlebury,VT 05753 E.O.E.
MIDDLEBURY FARMERS MARKET MANAGER: The MFM is seeking an orga- nized, personable and hard working individual to work with our board of directors to facilitate the smooth operation and promotion of our summer market. Markets are held Satur- day mornings May through October and Wednesday mornings mid June through mid October. The position offers excellent opportunity for connecting with the Middlebury community and earning a significant sup- plemental income. Contact for more information or resumes can be sent to Spencer Blackwell at el- firstname.lastname@example.org or 855 Case St. Middlebury, VT 05753.
PER DIEM POSITION available immediately: Seeking per diem LPN or Medical Assistant to join our fast paced team. Job includes rooming pa- tients, taking vitals and more based on your skills. PreMed students welcome to apply. Join our team and get a head start on your career with hands on training. Electronic Medi- cal Record experience a plus but will train the right person. Send Resume and references to Middlebury Family Health, Attn: Stacy Ladd, Practice Adminis- trator, 44 Collins Drive Suite 201, Middlebury, VT 05753, Fax: 802-388-0441.
TREADWAY DAIRY LLC is looking to fill the position of feeder. Candidate must have a valid driver’s license, prior experience preferred but not necessary. Please call Brian at 802-349-6199 to schedule an interview.
T O W N O F L I N C O L N seeks Assistant to the Se- lectboard 10 hrs / wk to work with the board doing min- utes and other assigned tasks. Computer skills re- quired. Must be available evenings. Apply at Lincoln Town Office, 62 Quaker St., Lincoln, VT 05443 or call 802-453-2980. Appl
T O W N O F L I N C O L N seeks Asst. Town Clerk 10 hrs / wk assistant to the Town Clerk to aid with multiple tasks. Excellent people and computer skills required. Flexible hours. Apply at Lincoln Town Office, 62 Quaker St., Lincoln, VT 05443 or call POTENTIAL DEVELOP- 802-453-2980. Application MENTAL HOME Provider sought for 21 year old deadline: April 10. woman with a mild devel- opmental disability and anxiety. She is graduat- ing from high school this summer, and wants to try getting to know a person / family through respite now to find the right match for later this summer. She loves music, movies, going for walks, making teas and crafts. Experience is desir- able, especially supporting others through anxious times. Looking for support in learning life and social Check the skills during this time of transition into adult life. Classifieds twice a Call Paula Dougherty at week in the Addison Community Associates 8 0 2 - 3 8 8 - 4 0 2 1 . i c a t i o n Independent. deadline: April 10.
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MO’S COUNTRY RAB- BITS: Fresh Rabbit Meat for sale. Average weight: 4-5 lbs. Charging $14.00 per rabbit. Also selling live adult rabbits, as well as baby rabbits for negotia- ble price. Many different breeds including “Giants”. May be seen by appoint- ment. Call Mo O’Keefe at 802-349-8040. Great Meat. Great Pets. Great Prices. SAP TOTES: 275 Gallons, clean, food grade, heavy duty. $125 each. Delivery available. 802-453-4235. VA C U U M — C A N N I S - TER Dirt Devil Vision, model 082660. Almost new. Was $129.99, $60. 802-388-1835. WINTER SPECIAL — THE BARREL MAN: 55 gallon Plastic and Metal barrels. Several types: 55 gallon rain barrels with faucets, Food grade with remov- able locking covers, plastic food grade with spin-on cov- ers (pickle barrels). Many types of barrels. 55 gal- lon salt / sand barrels with PT legs. Also, 275 gallon food grade totes, great for Maple sap. Special price, $125. Delivery available. 802-453-4235.
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1 Â LARGE, Â 1 Â BEDROOM Â apart-Â ment Â in Â Salisbury Â near Â Lake Â Dunmore. Â Super Â energy Â ef-Â ficient. Â Bedroom Â and Â full Â bath Â on Â second Â floor. Â Eat-Âin Â kitchen Â with Â stove Â and Â refrigerator; Â and Â living Â room Â on Â first Â floor. Â Private Â basement Â with Â washer Â and Â dryer Â included. Â Available Â May Â 1. Â $800 Â / Â mo. Â plus Â utili-Â ties. Â Yard Â maintenance Â and Â snow Â plowing Â included. Â Se-Â curity Â and Â references Â required. Â Non-Âsmoking Â property. Â No Â pets. Â 802-Â352-Â6678.
BRISTOL Â 2 Â BEDROOM Â HOUSE: Â 2 Â Bath, Â 2 Â Living Â rooms, Â 2 Â fire Â places, Â 2 Â porches, Â undercover Â parking Â for Â 2 Â cars. Â 2250 Â sq. Â ft. Â Private Â with Â views. Â First Â floor Â living. Â New Â stainless Â steel Â flat Â top Â stove. Â Washer? Â / Â dryer. Â Free Â Wifi. Â Extra Â storage. Â Garden Â space. Â Plowing Â and Â lawn Â maint, Â for Â small Â fee. Â No Â pets Â / Â smoking. Â Security, Â refer-Â ences, Â lease. Â Avail. Â June Â 1. Â $1325 Â / Â month. Â 802-Â453-Â4838 Â Leave Â message.
SPRING Â ON Â LAKE Â DUN-Â MORE: Â Expecting Â company? Â Comfortably Â furnished Â 2-ÂBR Â winterized Â lakefront Â cottages Â available Â by Â night Â (2-Ânight Â minimum), Â weekend, Â week Â or Â month Â u Â ntil Â mid-ÂJune. Â Smaller Â heated Â cottages Â open Â in Â May. Â 10 Â minutes Â to Â Middlebury Â or Â Brandon. Â Some Â vacancies Â left Â for Â commencement. Â No Â smoking. Â 802-Â352-Â4236; Â info@ northcovecottages.com Â .
TWO-Â Â BAY Â GARAGE, Â de-Â BRISTOL Â 2 Â BEDROOM Â Mo-Â posit, Â references. Â Middlebury. Â 2 Â BEDROOM Â UPSTAIRS Â bile Â home Â in Â small Â park. Â All Â 802-Â558-Â6092. apartment. Â $1145 Â / Â mo. Â Includes Â appliances. Â Call Â 802-Â453-Â4207. UP Â TO Â 7500 Â SQ.FT. Â avail-Â electricity, Â hot Â water, Â heat, Â rub-Â EAST Â MIDDLEBURY; Â 1 Â able Â for Â food Â processing Â or Â bish Â removal. Â No Â pets. Â Security Â bedroom Â apartment. Â Small Â light Â manufacturing. Â Includes Â deposit. Â 802-Â453-Â4037. kitchen Â / Â dining Â room. Â $650 Â / Â mo. Â freezer Â and Â cooler. Â Ex-Â 25,000 Â SQ.FT. Â INDUSTRIAL Â References. Â Available Â May Â 1. Â change Â Street, Â Middlebury. Â 802-Â388-Â4831. space Â available Â in Â Middlebury Â 802-Â352-Â4124. industrial Â park. Â Call Â for Â details. Â EAST Â MIDDLEBURY; Â 3 Â bed-Â VERGENNES Â 3BR: Â washer Â 802-Â349-Â8544. room Â house Â with Â backyard. Â / Â dryer Â hookup. Â $900 Â / Â month. Â 2500 Â SQ.FT. Â LIGHT Â industrial Â $995 Â / Â m onth Â plus Â utilities. Â Pets Â negotiable. Â On Â Monkton Â space Â on Â Exchange Â Street, Â Available Â April Â 1. Â References Â Rd. Â across Â from Â Vergennes Â Variety. Â 240-Â281-Â1508 Â or Â email Â Middlebury. Â For Â more Â informa-Â required. Â 802-Â352-Â4124. ocopom.ninja.turtle@gmail. tion Â call Â 388-Â4831. MIDDLEBURY Â 1 Â BEDROOM Â com Â Available Â April Â 1. Â Must Â 4000 Â SQUARE Â FEET Â or Â less. Â apartment Â near Â downtown. Â pass Â background Â check. Professional Â Office Â space Â in Â Appliances, Â lease, Â security Â de-Â Middlebury, Â multi-Â Â room, Â recep-Â posit. Â No Â pets. Â Real-ÂNet Â Man-Â VERGENNES, Â 277 Â MAIN Â ST. Â tionist Â desk. Â Ground Â level, Â park-Â agement, Â Inc. Â 802-Â388-Â4994. available Â 3/1/13. Â Large Â reno-Â vated Â 7-Âroom Â apartment, Â full Â ing, Â handicapped-Âaccessible. Â MIDDLEBURY Â 1BR Â APART-Â bath, Â laundry Â hookups, Â large Â Available Â now. Â 802-Â558-Â6092. MENT Â near Â Marble Â Works. Â porch, Â includes Â heat Â and Â hot Â ADDISON Â HOUSE Â TO Â share. Â Rent Â includes Â heat, Â off-Âstreet Â water. Â $1100. Â Call Â between Â Private Â suite Â consisting Â of Â 1 Â parking, Â large Â lawn Â and Â garden Â 8am Â and Â 8pm. Â 802-Â349-Â4125. bedroom, Â small Â living Â room, Â space, Â storage, Â plowing Â and Â private Â bath, Â skylights, Â laun-Â lawn Â maintenance. Â No Â pets Â WEYBRIDGE; Â 1 Â BEDROOM Â dry Â room Â with Â washer Â / Â dryer, Â or Â smoking. Â Lease, Â references Â furnished Â cottage Â 2 Â miles Â includes Â internet, Â satellite Â tv Â and Â security Â deposit Â required. Â from Â Middlebury. Â Great Â view, Â and Â all Â utilities. Â $550 Â / Â month. Â Available Â immediately. Â $675 Â screened Â porch, Â washer, Â dryer, Â References Â and Â deposit. Â / Â mo. Â Call Â 802-Â355-Â4164 Â for Â dishwasher. Â Pets Â ok. Â $850 Â / Â more Â information. mo. Â plus Â utilities. Â References, Â 802-Â759-Â2133. deposit. Â ihwashington@gmavt. ADDISON Â NEWER Â 3BR Â MIDDLEBURY Â PRIVATE Â SET-Â net Â . HOME Â with Â 2 Â full Â baths, Â fire-Â TING: Â 3 Â Room Â apartment Â with Â place, Â deck Â and Â large Â yard. Â own Â entrance Â and Â parking. Â $1195 Â / Â m onth Â plus Â utilities. Â Appliances, Â heat, Â hot Â water, Â No Â pets. Â Call Â Karen Â at Â Lang Â rubbish Â and Â snow Â removal. Â McLaughry Â Real Â Estate, Â Available Â May Â 1. Â $900 Â / Â month. Â 802-Â388-Â6131. 802-Â388-Â1977. ADDISON: Â 1 Â BEDROOM Â 1 Â Bath. Â $1250 Â / Â month Â utilities Â included. Â First Â months Â rent Â plus Â security Â deposit. Â 1 Â year Â lease. Â Available Â April Â 1. Â Contact Â Karla Â at Â 802-Â377-Â7445.
MIDDLEBURY Â UPSTAIRS Â STUDIO Â apartment. Â Heat, Â electric, Â rubbish Â removal Â inc. Â $600 Â / Â month. Â First, Â last Â and Â security. Â 802-Â453-Â4823.
M I D D L E B U RY, Â L A R G E Â BRANDON Â 2 Â BR Â $650 Â + Â 2 Â bedroom, Â upstairs Â apart-Â utilities. Â 802-Â773-Â9107 Â www. ment. Â Close Â to Â downtown. Â Security Â deposit, Â references Â thefuccicompany.com Â . required. Â $1000 Â / Â mo. Â plus Â heat; Â BRANDON: Â 1 Â BEDROOM Â Up-Â other Â utilities Â included. Â Call Â stairs Â apartment. Â $575 Â / Â month Â 802-Â759-Â2169. plus Â utilities. Â Security Â deposit Â and Â first Â months Â rent. Â Available Â NEW Â HAVEN Â 1 Â Bedroom Â apartment. Â $830 Â / Â month Â ev-Â April Â 1. Â 802-Â247-Â3393. erything Â included. Â Please Â call Â BRISTOL Â 1 Â BEDROOM Â apart-Â 802-Â453-Â3870. ment. Â Small, Â $650 Â / Â month, Â in-Â cludes Â heat. Â No Â pets, Â no Â smok-Â ONE Â BEDROOM Â APART-Â ing. Â Available Â May Â 3. Â Lease Â MENT, Â Country Â setting. Â 12 Â min-Â and Â Deposit Â required. Â Available Â utes Â to Â college. Â $750 Â includes Â all. Â 802-Â989-Â8124. now. Â 802-Â453-Â7037. BRISTOL Â LARGE Â ONE Â bed-Â room Â apartment. Â Walking Â distance Â to Â town. Â No Â pets. Â No Â smoking. Â $700 Â / Â m onth Â and Â utilities Â and Â deposit. Â Call Â 802-Â388-Â0730.
RV, Â BOAT Â AND Â HEATED Â MOTORCYCLE Â STORAGE Â Available. Â Call Â 802-Â453-Â5563. SELF-ÂSTORAGE, Â 8X10 Â units. Â Your Â lock Â and Â key, Â $50 Â / Â month. Â Middlebury. Â 802-Â558-Â6092.
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CORNWALL, Â VT: Â WELL Â Sea-Â soned Â 3â€?x5â€? Â diameter, Â 16 Â inch Â length Â firewood. Â Mostly Â hard-Â hack. Â $300. Â per Â cord. Â You Â pick Â up Â $245 Â cash. Â Get Â it Â while Â it Â lasts. Â 802-Â462-Â3313.
FREE Â JUNK Â CAR Â REMOVAL. Â Cash Â paid Â for Â some Â com-Â plete Â cars. Â Call Â 388-Â0432 Â or Â 388-Â2209.
FIREWOOD; Â CUT, Â SPLIT Â and Â delivered. Â Green Â or Â sea-Â soned. Â Call Â Tom Â Shepard, Â 802-Â453-Â4285. MOBILE Â FIREWOOD Â PRO-Â CESSING. Â Equipment Â and Â crew Â for Â hire Â to Â cut, Â split Â and Â stack. Â Reasonable Â rates. Â 802-Â Â 238-Â7748. MOUNTAIN Â ROAD Â FIRE-Â WOOD: Â 50 Â cords Â dry Â hard-Â wood Â for Â sale. Â Call Â for Â price. Â 802-Â759-Â2095.
MIDDLEBURY; Â INDUSTRIAL Â PARK. Â Available Â 2 Â acres, Â lease Â or Â build Â to Â suit. Â 802-Â558-Â6092.
Att. Â Farmers 145 Â ACRES Â AVAILABLE Â for Â five Â year Â lease. Â Organic Â pre-Â ferred. Â $5500 Â per Â year. Â First Â and Â last Â year Â rent Â paid Â at Â signing Â of Â contract. Â 619-Â208-Â2939. Â www. landwoodwater.com Â . HAY Â FOR Â SALE: Â Small Â square Â bales. Â First Â cut, Â second Â cut, Â and Â mulch. Â Delivery Â available. Â Call Â for Â pricing. Â 802-Â453-Â4481, Â 802-Â349-Â9281, Â or Â 802-Â989-Â1004. HAY Â FOR Â SALE; Â first Â and Â sec-Â ond Â cut. Â Call Â 352-Â4686. HAY: Â FIRST Â AND Â SECOND Â Cut. Â Small Â squares. Â First Â cut-Â Â big Â squares. Â 4 Â x Â 5 Â round Â bales. Â 802-Â759-Â2015. JOHN Â DEERE Â TRACTOR. Â Model Â #4230. Â Good Â condition. Â $14,000 Â OBO. Â 802-Â758-Â2417. LOCAL Â PIGLETS Â FOR Â SALE Â wormed Â and Â vaccinated. Â To Â reserve, Â call Â 349-Â4566. SAWDUST; Â STORED Â AND Â un-Â dercover. Â Large Â tandem Â silage Â truck Â $600, Â delivered. Â Large Â single Â axle Â dump Â $250, Â deliv-Â ered. Â Single Â axle Â dump Â $185, Â delivered. Â Pick Â up Â also Â avail-Â able. Â Phone Â order Â and Â credit Â cards Â accepted. Â 802-Â453-Â2226. Â Bagged Â shavings Â in Â stock. Â $5.50 Â per Â bag. STANLEY Â LIVESTOCK. Â WE Â pick Â up Â all Â sizes Â and Â ages Â of Â cattle. Â For Â information Â call Â 518-Â321-Â4946, Â 518-Â692-Â2760. WANTED: Â TO Â PURCHASE Â from Â owner, Â open Â land, Â 20+ Â acres. Â 802-Â558-Â6092.
WHITNEYâ€™S Â CUSTOM Â FARM Â WORK Â Pond Â agitating, Â liquid Â manure Â hauling, Â mouldboard Â Want Â to Â Rent plowing. Â 462-Â2755, Â John Â SEEKING Â 2 Â BEDROOM, Â 1-Â1/2 Â Whitney. bath Â house Â / Â apt. Â (first Â floor) Â in Â Middlebury Â for Â mid Â May Â for Â 2 Â professional Â females. Â 773-Â420-Â6658.
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WANTED: Â OLDER Â TOYO-Â TA Â Camry. Â Automatic, Â low Â miles, Â in Â good Â to Â excellent Â 2003 Â JEEP Â LIBERTY: Â Green, Â shape Â (Grammaâ€™s Â car). Â 105,508 Â miles. Â Recently Â 802-Â453-Â4235. refurbished. Â $3500 Â OBO. Â 802-Â349-Â6874.
â€˜07 CHEVROLET COBALT LT FOR SALE BY OWNER White with tan interior in good condition with no accidents and clean driving history. 94K miles. Price includes set of 4 winter tires (mounted) and 4 all season tires.
NEXT Â SEASONS Â FIREWOOD. Â All Â hardwood. Â $250 Â / Â cord; Â cut, Â split, Â delivered. Â 802-Â352-Â1034, Â 802-Â349-Â5457.
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Wanted WANTED Â TO Â BUY Â 1 Â item Â or Â houseful. Â Also Â old Â books. Â Call Â Blue Â Willow Â Antiques. Â 802-Â247-Â5333. WANTED: Â TWO Â THREE Â drawer Â single Â file Â cabinets. Â Good, Â clean Â condition. Â Call Â Pam Â at Â 802-Â388-Â4944.
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Public Notices Index Public Â notices Â for Â the Â following Â can Â be Â found Â in Â this Â Â ADDISON Â INDEPENDENT Â on Â Pages Â 28, Â 29, Â 30 Â & Â 31.
Addison Â (1) Addison Â Central Â School Â (1) Addison Â County Â Superior Â Court Â (3) Addison Â Northeast Â Supervisory Â Union Â -Â Â M.A.U.H.S. Â (1) Bristol Â (1) Ferrisburgh Â (2) Middlebury Â (2) 0LGGOHEXU\8QLÂżHG'LVWULFW
North Â Ferrisburgh Â Cemetery Â Assoc. Â (1) Orwell Â (1) SUPERIOR COURT Addison Unit
STATE OF VERMONT
CIVIL DIVISION Docket No. 188-Â6-Â10 Ancv
GMAC Â Mortgage, Â LLC, Â Plaintiff Â v. Thomas Â A. Â Lebiecki Â & Â Occupants Â residing Â at Â 1243 Â Forrest Â Rd, Â Bridport, Â VT, Â Defendants Â Â Â NOTICE OF SALE By Â virtue Â and Â in Â execution Â of Â the Â Power Â of Â Sale Â contained Â in Â a Â certain Â mortgage Â given Â by Â Thomas Â A. Â Lebiecki Â to Â Mortgage Â Electronic Â Registration Â Systems, Â Inc., Â as Â nominee Â for Â GMAC Â Mortgage Â Corporation Â dated Â October Â 8, Â 2003 Â and Â recorded Â in Â Volume Â 59, Â Page Â 359, Â which Â mortgage Â was Â assigned Â from Â Mortgage Â Electronic Â Registration Â Systems, Â Inc., Â as Â nominee Â for Â GMAC Â Mortgage Â Corporation Â to Â GMAC Â Mortgage, Â LLC Â by Â an Â instrument Â dated Â June Â 11, Â 2010 Â and Â recorded Â on Â June Â 23, Â 2010 Â in Â Volume Â 76, Â Page Â 492 Â of Â the Â Land Â Records Â of Â the Â Town Â of Â Bridport, Â of Â which Â mortgage Â the Â undersigned Â is Â the Â present Â holder, Â for Â breach Â of Â the Â conditions Â of Â said Â mortgage Â and Â for Â the Â purposes Â of Â foreclosing Â the Â same Â will Â be Â sold Â at Â Public Â Auction Â at Â 9:00 Â A.M. Â on Â April Â 24, Â 2013, Â at Â 1243 Â Forrest Â Road, Â Bridport, Â Vermont Â all Â and Â singular Â the Â premises Â described Â in Â said Â mortgage: Â Â Â Â To Â Wit: Being Â all Â and Â the Â same Â lands Â and Â premises Â conveyed Â to Â Thomas Â A. Â Lebiecki Â by Â virtue Â of Â a Â Warranty Â Deed Â from Â Stephen Â A. Â Longshore Â and Â Stephanie Â A. Â Longshore Â dated Â August Â 30, Â 1996 Â and Â recorded Â August Â 31, Â 1996 Â in Â Volume Â 43, Â Page Â 207 Â of Â the Â Bridport Â Land Â Records. Â Â Â Â Terms Â of Â Sale: Â Â $10,000.00 Â to Â be Â paid Â in Â cash Â or Â cashierâ€™s Â check Â by Â purchaser Â at Â the Â time Â of Â sale, Â with Â the Â balance Â due Â at Â closing. Â The Â sale Â is Â subject Â to Â taxes Â due Â and Â owing Â to Â the Â Town Â of Â Bridport. Â Â Â Â The Â mortgagor Â is Â entitled Â to Â redeem Â the Â premises Â at Â any Â time Â prior Â to Â the Â sale Â by Â paying Â the Â full Â amount Â due Â under Â the Â mortgage, Â including Â the Â costs Â and Â expenses Â of Â the Â sale. Â Â Â Â Other Â terms Â to Â be Â announced Â at Â the Â sale Â or Â inquire Â at Â Lobe Â & Â Fortin, Â 30 Â Kimball Â Avenue, Â Ste. Â 306, Â South Â Burlington, Â VT Â 05403, Â (802) Â 660-Â9000. Â Â Â Â DATED Â at Â South Â Burlington, Â Vermont Â this Â 28th Â day Â of Â March, Â 2013. *0$&0RUWJDJH//&Â‡&RUH\-)RUWLQ(VT/REH )RUWLQ3/& .LPEDOO$YH6WHÂ‡6RXWK%XUOLQJWRQ97 4/1, Â 8, Â 15
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Public Notices can Â be Â found Â on Â Pages Â Â 28, Â 29, Â 30 Â & Â 31.
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TOWN OF FERRISBURGH REQUEST FOR BIDS LAWN MOWING SPECIFICATIONS
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SUPERIOR COURT Addison Unit
STATE OF VERMONT
CIVIL DIVISION Docket No. 68-Â3-Â07 Ancv
Deutsche Â Bank Â National Â Trust Â Company, Â as Â Trustee Â for Â HSI Â Asset Â Securitization &RUSRUDWLRQ2370RUWJDJH3DVV7KURXJK&HUWLÂżFDWHV6HULHV237 Â Plaintiff Â v. Thomas Â Kerr, Â Donna Â Kerr, Â Ford Â Motor Â Credit Â Co. Â and Â Occupants Â residing Â at Â 2029 Â Goshen Â Ripton Â Road, Â Goshen, Â Vermont, Â Defendants Â Â Â NOTICE OF SALE By Â virtue Â and Â in Â execution Â of Â the Â Power Â of Â Sale Â contained Â in Â a Â certain Â mortgage Â given Â by Â Thomas Â Kerr Â and Â Donna Â Kerr Â to Â H&R Â Block Â Mortgage Â Corporation Â dated Â October Â 26, Â 2005 Â and Â recorded Â in Â Volume Â 24, Â Page Â 131, Â which Â mortgage Â was Â assigned Â from Â H&R Â Block Â Mortgage Â Corporation Â to Â Option Â One Â Mortgage Â Corporation Â by Â an Â instrument Â dated Â February Â 13, Â 2007 Â and Â recorded Â on Â March Â 10, Â 2007 Â in Â Volume Â 25, Â Page Â 22 Â of Â the Â Land Â Records Â of Â the Â Town Â of Â Goshen, Â which Â mortgage Â was Â further Â assigned Â from Â Option Â One Â Mortgage Â Corporation Â to Â Deutsche Â Bank Â National Â Trust Â Company, Â as Â Trustee Â for Â HSI Â $VVHW6HFXULWL]DWLRQ&RUSRUDWLRQ2370RUWJDJH3DVV7KURXJK&HUWLÂżFDWHV6HULHV 2006-ÂOPT3 Â by Â an Â instrument Â dated Â October Â 5, Â 2006 Â and Â recorded Â on Â March Â 10, Â 2007 Â in Â Volume Â 25, Â Page Â 21 Â of Â the Â Land Â Records Â of Â the Â Town Â of Â Goshen, Â a Â corrective Â assignment Â of Â mortgage Â from Â ADA Â Services Â Corp. Â f/k/a Â H&R Â Block Â Mortgage Â Corporation Â to Â Option Â One Â Mortgage Â Corporation Â dated Â December Â 10, Â 2010 Â was Â recorded Â December Â 21, Â 2010 Â in Â Volume Â 27, Â Page Â 71 Â of Â the Â Land Â Records Â of Â the Â Town Â of Â Goshen, Â of Â which Â mortgage Â the Â undersigned Â is Â the Â present Â holder, Â for Â breach Â of Â the Â conditions Â of Â said Â mortgage Â and Â for Â the Â purposes Â of Â foreclosing Â the Â same Â will Â be Â sold Â at Â Public Â Auction Â at Â 10:15 Â A.M. Â on Â April Â 24, Â 2013, Â at Â 2029 Â Goshen Â Ripton Â Road, Â Goshen, Â Vermont Â all Â and Â singular Â the Â premises Â described Â in Â said Â mortgage: Â Â Â Â To Â Wit: Being Â all Â and Â the Â same Â lands Â and Â premises Â conveyed Â to Â Thomas Â and Â Donna Â Kerr Â by Â virtue Â of Â an Â Administrators Â Deed Â from Â Joan Â Fox, Â Administrator Â of Â the Â Estate Â of Â Elizabeth Â George Â dated Â June Â 30, Â 1992 Â and Â recorded Â September Â 15, Â 1992 Â in Â Volume Â 19, Â Page Â 108 Â of Â the Â Land Â Records Â of Â the Â Town Â of Â Goshen. Â Â Â Â Terms Â of Â Sale: Â $10,000.00 Â to Â be Â paid Â in Â cash Â or Â cashierâ€™s Â check Â by Â purchaser Â at Â the Â time Â of Â sale, Â with Â the Â balance Â due Â at Â closing. Â Â The Â sale Â is Â subject Â to Â taxes Â due Â and Â owing Â to Â the Â Town Â of Â Goshen. Â Â The Â mortgagor Â is Â entitled Â to Â redeem Â the Â premises Â at Â any Â time Â prior Â to Â the Â sale Â by Â paying Â the Â full Â amount Â due Â under Â the Â mortgage, Â including Â the Â costs Â and Â expenses Â of Â the Â sale. Â Â Other Â terms Â to Â be Â announced Â at Â the Â sale Â or Â inquire Â at Â Lobe Â & Â Fortin, Â 30 Â Kimball Â Avenue, Â Ste. Â 306, Â South Â Burlington, Â VT Â 05403, Â (802) Â 660-Â9000. Â Â DATED Â at Â South Â Burlington, Â Vermont Â this Â 28th Â day Â of Â March, Â 2013. Deutsche Â Bank Â National Â Trust Â Company, Â as Â Trustee Â for Â HSI Â Asset Â Securitization Â &RUSRUDWLRQ2370RUWJDJH3DVV7KURXJK&HUWLÂżFDWHV6HULHV237 Corey Â J. Â Fortin, Â Esq., Â Lobe Â & Â Fortin, Â PLC .LPEDOO$YH6WHÂ‡6RXWK%XUOLQJWRQ97 4/1, Â 8, Â 15
INVITATION TO BID LAWN MOWING ADDISON CENTRAL SCHOOL
Â Â The Â Addison Â Board Â of Â School Â Directors Â is Â seeking Â bids Â for Â mowing, Â trimming Â and Â general Â lawn Â care Â at Â the Â Addison Â Central Â School. GENERAL SPECIFICATIONS: 1. Â Bidder Â will Â submit Â bids Â for Â the Â job Â of Â mowing Â the Â lawns, Â trimming Â and Â general Â lawn Â care Â at Â the Â Addison Â Central Â School Â for Â the Â ensuing Â year, Â commencing Â upon Â award Â and Â ending Â May Â 31, Â 2014. Â Please Â submit Â your Â bid Â BY THE SEASON. 2. Â The Â schedule Â of Â mowing Â will Â be Â determined Â by Â the Â administration Â with Â the Â cooperation Â and Â in Â collaboration Â with Â the Â successful Â bidder. Â Â Scheduling Â limitations Â include, Â but Â may Â not Â be Â limited Â to, Â times Â when Â school Â is Â in Â session Â and Â during Â after-Âschool Â and Â summer Â athletic Â activities. 6HUYLFHVWREHSURYLGHGLQFOXGHFRPSOHWHPRZLQJRIWKHODZQDUHDVDQGWKHDWKOHWLFÂżHOG areas Â around Â the Â school;Íž Â clipping Â around Â building, Â shrubbery, Â fences, Â etc.;Íž Â general Â lawn Â care, Â which Â includes Â picking Â up Â paper Â and Â other Â small Â debris Â on Â the Â lawn Â prior Â to Â mowing;Íž Â DQGPRZLQJRIVSHFLDODUHDVLHOHDFKÂżHOG DVQHHGHG 4. Â Payment Â will Â be Â made Â in Â four Â equal Â installments Â during Â the Â months Â of Â July, Â August, Â September Â and Â October. Â %LGV PXVW VKRZ WKH DPRXQW RI :RUNHUVÂś &RPSHQVDWLRQ LI DSSOLFDEOH DQG /LDELOLW\ ,QVXUDQFH ZKLFK WKH SRWHQWLDO FRQWUDFWRU FDUULHV $ Âł&HUWLÂżFDWH RI ,QVXUDQFHÂ´ PXVW EH submitted Â by Â the Â successful Â bidder Â before Â any Â contractual Â obligation Â will Â occur. 6. Â The Â successful Â bidder Â may Â be Â required Â to Â submit Â personal Â and Â business Â references Â prior Â WRWKHÂżQDODZDUGRIWKHELG Â Â Â Interested Â bidders Â should Â contact Â Jeff Â Kauffman, Â Head Â Custodian, Â Addison Â Central Â 6FKRROWRYLHZWKHSURSHUW\DQGFRQÂżUPWKHVFRSHRIWKHVHUYLFHVUHTXLUHG prior Â to Â submitting Â a Â bid. Â Â The Â Board Â of Â School Â Directors Â reserves Â the Â right Â to Â waive Â any Â irregularities Â to Â accept Â or Â reject Â any Â or Â all Â bids Â as Â it Â may Â deem Â to Â be Â in Â the Â best Â interest Â of Â the Â school Â district. Â Â Bids will be accepted until 4:00 PM Friday, April 12, 2013. Â Â Â Â Please Â submit Â to Â Kathleen Â Cannon, Â Business Â Manager, Â Addison Â Northwest Â Supervisory Â Union, Â 48 Â Green Â Street, Â Suite Â 1, Â Vergennes, Â VT Â Â 05491 Â in Â a Â sealed Â envelope Â marked Â â€œACS Lawn Mowing Bid.â€? Â Bids Â will Â be Â presented Â at Â the Â regularly Â scheduled Â school Â board Â meeting Â in Â April. 3/28, Â 4/1, Â 4, Â 8
Lincoln Â school Â announces Â kindergarten Â registration LINCOLN Â â€” Â The Â Lincoln Â Community Â School Â will Â hold Â its Â 2013-Â2014 Â kindergarten Â registration Â on Â Friday, Â April Â 12, Â from Â 8 Â a.m. Â to Â 3 Â p.m. Â in Â the Â Lincoln Â Community Â School Â kindergarten. Â Children Â regis-Â tering Â need Â to Â be Â 5 Â years Â old Â by Â Sept. Â 1. Parents Â should Â call Â Deirdre Â Zele Â at Â
SUPERIOR COURT ADDISON UNIT
453-Â2119 Â or Â email Â email@example.com Â WR VHW XS D VSHFLÂżF WLPH WR UHJLVWHU their Â child. Â Children Â may Â play Â in Â the Â kindergarten Â to Â become Â familiar Â with Â their Â new Â classroom. Â Kindergarten Â teacher Â Deb Â Eddington Â and Â assis-Â tant Â Beth Â Trombly Â will Â be Â there Â to Â welcome Â families Â and Â answer Â any Â questions Â parents Â may Â have. Â
STATE OF VERMONT CIVIL DIVISION DOCKET NO: 236-Â9-Â10 Ancv
HSBC Â BANK Â USA, Â N.A., Â AS Â TRUSTEE Â ON Â BEHALF Â Â OF Â ACE Â SECURITIES Â CORP. Â HOME Â EQUITY Â LOAN Â Â TRUST Â AND Â FOR Â THE Â REGISTERED Â HOLDERS Â OF Â Â ACE Â SECURITIES Â CORP. Â HOME Â EQUITY Â LOAN Â TRUST, Â Â SERIES Â 2007-ÂWM2 Â ASSET Â BACKED Â PASS-Â THROUGH Â Â CERTIFICATES Plaintiff Â v. GARY Â F. Â WEATHERWAX; Â Â CAROLYN Â A. Â WEATHERWAX; Â Â VERMONT Â FEDERAL Â CREDIT Â UNION; Defendants NOTICE Â OF Â SALE By Â virtue Â and Â in Â execution Â of Â the Â Power Â of Â Sale Â contained Â in Â a Â certain Â mortgage Â given Â by Â Gary Â F. Â Weatherwax Â and Â Carolyn Â A. Â Weatherwax Â to Â Mortgage Â Electronic Â Registration Â Systems, Â Inc., Â as Â nominee Â for Â WMC Â Mortgage Â Corp. Â dated Â November Â 3, Â 2006 Â and Â recorded Â in Â Book Â 90 Â at Â Page Â 251 Â of Â Â the Â City/Town Â of Â Addison Â Land Â Records, Â of Â which Â mortgage Â the Â undersigned Â is Â the Â present Â holder Â by Â Assignment Â of Â Mortgage Â recorded Â on Â February Â 12, Â 2008 Â in Â Book Â 92 Â at Â Page Â 324, Â for Â breach Â of Â the Â conditions Â of Â said Â mortgage Â and Â for Â the Â purpose Â of Â foreclosing Â the Â same Â will Â be Â sold Â at Â Public Â Auction Â at Â 10:00 Â a.m. Â on Â April Â 16, Â 2013 Â at Â 218 Â Algonquin Â Drive, Â Addison, Â VT Â 05491 Â all Â and Â singular Â the Â premises Â described Â in Â said Â mortgage, To Â Wit: The Â following Â described Â real Â property Â situated Â in Â Addison Â County, Â Vermont, Â to Â wit: Â Parcel Â 1: Â Â Commencing Â at Â a Â point Â marked Â by Â an Â existing Â iron Â pipe Â located Â S Â 24 Â degrees Â 43â€™ Â W Â and Â approximately Â 60 Â feet Â form Â a Â set Â iron Â pipe Â located Â on Â the Â southerly Â side Â of Â Hospital Â Creek, Â so-Âcalled: Â Â Thence Â S Â 76 Â degrees Â 31â€™ Â W Â 145.36 Â feet Â to Â an Â existing Â iron Â pipe; Â Â Thence Â S Â 86 Â degrees Â 39â€™ Â W Â 125 Â feet Â to Â a Â set Â iron Â pipe; Â Â Thence Â S Â 86 Â degrees Â 39â€™ Â W Â 400 Â feet Â to Â an Â existing Â iron Â pipe Â at Â or Â near Â P. Â P. Â #5; Â Thence Â N Â 03 Â degrees Â 21â€™ Â W Â 133.45 Â feet Â to Â an Â existing Â iron Â pipe; Â Â Thence Â N Â 03 Â degrees Â 21â€™ Â W Â 91.55 Â feet Â to Â a Â point Â marking Â the Â approximate Â low Â water Â mark Â located Â on Â the Â southeasterly Â shore Â of Â Lake Â Champlain; Â Â Thence Â proceeding Â in Â a Â general Â Northeasterly Â direction Â along Â the Â approximate Â low Â water Â mark Â of Â Lake Â Champlain Â to Â a Â point Â located Â on Â the Â said Â low Â water Â mark Â of Â Lake Â Champlain; Â Thence Â S Â 50 Â degrees Â 09â€™ Â E Â 75 Â feet, Â more Â or Â less, Â to Â an Â existing Â iron Â pipe; Â Thence Â S Â 60 Â degrees Â 09â€™ Â E Â 361.54 Â feet Â to Â the Â existing Â iron Â pipe Â marking Â the Â point Â or Â place Â of Â beginning. Â Included Â in Â this Â conveyance Â is Â dwelling Â and Â other Â outbuildings Â thereon. Â Said Â Parcel Â contains Â 3.44 Â acres, Â more Â or Â less. Â Reference Â is Â made Â to Â a Â survey Â map Â entitled Â â€œProperty Â of Â George Â M. Â Marrow Â (Chimney Â Point) Â Addison Â County, Â Addison, Â Vermontâ€? Â surveyed Â by Â Lee Â H. Â Lowell, Â Land Â Surveyor Â 2FWREHURQÂżOHLQWKH$GGLVRQ7RZQ&OHUNÂśV2IÂżFHUHIHUHQFHLVDOVRPDGHWRD survey Â map Â entitled Â â€œCertain Â Lands Â of Â Warren Â and Â Jean Â Fauser Â Addison Â County, Â Addison, Â VT, Â being Â portions Â of Â BK. Â 35, Â PG. Â 483 Â and Â BK. Â 32, Â PG. Â 163â€? Â surveyed Â by Â Rodney Â R. Â Orvis Â 'HFHPEHURQÂżOHLQWKH$GGLVRQ7RZQ&OHUNÂśV2IÂżFH5HIHUHQFHLVIXUWKHUPDGH to Â a Â Homestead Â Exemptions Â dated Â September Â 3, Â 1991 Â as Â recorded Â in Â Book Â 51, Â Page Â 471 Â of Â the Â Addison Â Land Â Records. Â Parcel Â 2: Â Commencing Â at Â a Â point Â marked Â by Â a Â set Â iron Â pipe Â located Â on Â the Â Easterly Â side Â of Â Lake Â Port Â Road, Â so-Âcalled, Â and Â further Â described Â as Â being Â the Â Northwest Â corner Â of Â the Â property Â herein Â conveyed; Â Thence Â N Â 86 Â degrees Â 39â€™ Â E Â 167 Â feet Â to Â a Â set Â iron Â pipe Â marking Â the Â Northeast Â corner Â of Â the Â parcel Â being Â conveyed Â and Â the Â Northwest Â corner Â of Â Lot Â 24, Â so-Âcalled; Â Thence Â S Â 08 Â degrees Â 58â€™ Â 30â€? Â W Â 100 Â feet Â to Â a Â set Â iron Â pipe Â marking Â the Â Northeast Â corner Â of Â the Â parcel Â being Â conveyed Â and Â the Â Southwest Â corner Â of Â Lot Â 24, Â so Â called; Â Thence Â S Â 86 Â degrees Â 39â€™ Â W Â 155.08 Â feet Â to Â a Â set Â iron Â pipe Â marking Â the Â Southwest Â corner Â of Â the Â parcel Â being Â conveyed Â and Â the Â Northwest Â corner Â of Â Lot Â 18, Â so-Âcalled; Â Thence Â N Â 19 Â degrees Â 08â€™ Â E Â 24.62 Â feet Â to Â a Â set Â iron Â pipe; Â Thence Â N Â 03 Â degrees Â 21â€™ Â W Â 75 Â feet Â to Â the Â set Â iron Â pipe Â marking Â the Â point Â or Â place Â of Â beginning. Â Included Â in Â this Â conveyance Â is Â a Â swimming Â pool Â located Â on Â the Â said Â premises. Â Reference Â is Â made Â to Â â€œA Â Survey Â Map Â of Â the Â premises Â to Â be Â conveyed, Â carrying Â the Â legend Â â€˜Property Â of Â George Â M. Â Marrow, Â (Chimney Â Point), Â Addison Â County, Â Addison, Â Vermont, Â survey Â Lee Â W. Â Lowell, Â Land Â Surveyor, Â October Â 13, Â 1961, Â revised Â by Â Lee Â H. Â Lowell, Â Land Â Surveyor, Â 1/7/63, Â 1/20/64, Â 3URSHUW\ NQRZQ DV$UERXUVLGHÂ´ 0DS 1R Âś LV RQ ÂżOH LQ VDLG$GGLVRQ /DQG Records. Â Excepting Â and Â Reserving Â herefrom Â that Â portion Â of Â the Â above-Âdescribed Â premises Â conveyed Â by Â Gary Â Weatherwax Â to Â Champlain Â Bridge Â Marina, Â Inc., Â by Â Warranty Â Deed Â dated Â April Â 11, Â 2003 Â and Â Recorded Â April Â 15th, Â 2003 Â in Â Book Â 80, Â Page Â 332 Â of Â the Â Land Â Records Â of Â the Â Town Â of Â Addison, Â Vermont. Â BEING Â THE Â SAME Â PROPERTY Â CONVEYED Â TO Â GARY Â F. Â WEATHERWAX Â AND Â CAROLYN Â A. Â WEATHERWAX, Â HUSBAND Â AND Â WIFE Â BY Â DEED Â FROM Â GARY Â F. Â WEATHERWAX Â A/K/A Â GARY Â WEATHERWAX Â RECORDED Â 01/03/2006 Â IN Â DEED Â BOOK Â 88 Â PAGE Â 242, Â IN Â THE Â TOWN Â CLERKâ€™S Â OFFICE Â OF Â ADDISON, Â VERMONT Â Â Parcel Â No. Â AL0218 Plaintiff Â may Â adjourn Â this Â Public Â Auction Â one Â or Â more Â times Â for Â a Â total Â time Â not Â exceeding Â 30 Â days, Â without Â further Â court Â order, Â and Â without Â publication Â or Â service Â of Â a Â new Â notice Â of Â sale, Â by Â announcement Â of Â the Â new Â sale Â date Â to Â those Â present Â at Â each Â adjournment. Â Terms Â RI6DOHWREHSDLGLQFDVKRUE\FHUWLÂżHGFKHFNE\WKHSXUFKDVHUDWWKHWLPH RIVDOHZLWKWKHEDODQFHGXHDWFORVLQJ3URRIRIÂżQDQFLQJIRUWKHEDODQFHRIWKHSXUFKDVH to Â be Â provided Â at Â the Â time Â of Â sale. Â The Â sale Â is Â subject Â to Â taxes Â due Â and Â owing Â to Â the Â Town Â of Â Addison. The Â Mortgagor Â is Â entitled Â to Â redeem Â the Â premises Â at Â any Â time Â prior Â to Â the Â sale Â by Â paying Â the Â full Â amount Â due Â under Â the Â mortgage, Â including Â the Â costs Â and Â expenses Â of Â the Â sale. Other Â terms Â to Â be Â announced Â at Â the Â sale. HSBC Â Bank Â USA, Â N.A., Â as Â Trustee Â on Â Behalf Â of Â ACE Â Securities Â Corp. Â Home Â Equity Â Loan Â Trust Â and Â for Â the Â Registered Â Holders Â of Â ACE Â Securities Â Corp. Â Home Â Equity Â Loan Â 7UXVW6HULHV:0$VVHW%DFNHG3DVV7KURXJK&HUWLÂżFDWHV.DWKU\Q'RQRYDQ(VT Shechtman, Â Halperin, Â Savage, Â LLP, Â 1080 Â Main Â Street, Â Pawtucket, Â RI Â Â 02860, Â 877-Â575-Â 1400, Â Attorney Â for Â Plaintiff 3-Â25, Â 4-Â1, Â 4-Â8 Â
PAGE Â 30 Â â€” Â Addison Â Independent, Â Monday, Â April Â 1, Â 2013
Public Notices can Â be Â found Â on Pages Â 28, Â 29, Â 30 Â & Â 31.
NORTH FERRISBURGH CEMETERY ASSOCIATION REQUEST FOR BIDS
Â Â Request Â for Â mowing Â and Â trimming Â bids Â for Â the Â 2013 Â season. Â For Â information Â call Â 877-Â 6903. Â Bids Â are Â due Â by Â April Â 15, Â 2013. Â Â Â Â Â 4/1, Â 4
TOWN OF BRISTOL â€“ NOTICE TO PUBLIC OF INTENT TO REQUEST RELEASE OF FUNDS
To ALL INTERESTED AGENCIES, GROUPS AND PERSONS: The Â purpose Â of Â this Â notice Â is Â to Â identify Â actions Â to Â be Â taken Â by Â the Â Town Â of Â Bristol, Â VT. Â Â On Â or Â about Â April Â 9, Â 2013 Â the Â above Â named Â municipality Â will Â request Â that Â the Â Vermont Â Agency Â of Â Commerce Â & Â Community Â Development Â (hereinafter Â Agency) Â to Â release Â funds Â under Â the Â Vermont Â Community Â Development Â Act Â to Â be Â used Â for Â the Â following Â project. Â Â Project Title: Addison Â County Â Dental Â Center Purpose/Nature of Project: The Â Town Â of Â Bristol Â will Â subgrant Â $297,500 Â to Â Addison Â County Â Dental Â Center Â to Â establish Â an Â affordable Â dental Â center Â at Â BristolWorks!, Â Bristol, Â VT. Â Â The Â dental Â center Â will Â be Â part Â of Â the Â Mountain Â Health Â Center, Â 5 Â Town Â Health Â Alliance Â VHUYLQJ%ULVWRO0RQNWRQ/LQFROQ1HZ+DYHQ 6WDUNVERUR7KHSURMHFWZLOOEHQHÂżW low-Âmoderate Â income Â households. Â Â Location of Project: BristolWorks!, Â Bristol, Â VT Estimated Cost of Project: $458,615 Project Summary: Â Addison Â County Â Dental Â Center Â will Â use Â the Â funds Â for Â purchase, Â VKLSSLQJDQGLQVWDOODWLRQRIGHQWDOHTXLSPHQWIRUDFKDLUGHQWDORIÂżFH7KHHTXLSPHQW will Â be Â installed Â in Â leased Â premises Â at Â BristolWorks!, Â an Â adaptive Â use Â project Â in Â Bristol. Â Â )ROORZLQJLQWHULRUÂżWXSWRWKHLQWHULRURIDQH[LVWLQJEXLOGLQJLQVWDOODWLRQRIWKHHTXLSPHQW and Â furnishings Â will Â not Â change Â the Â size, Â capacity Â or Â character Â of Â BristolWorks!. Â Â Finding of Categorical Exclusion: An Â environmental Â review Â for Â the Â project Â has Â been Â PDGHE\WKH7RZQRI%ULVWRODQGLVDYDLODEOHIRUWKHSXEOLFH[DPLQDWLRQDQGFRS\LQJDW WKHPXQLFLSDORIÂżFHVGXULQJQRUPDOEXVLQHVVKRXUV%DVHGRQWKLVUHYLHZWKH7RZQRI %ULVWROKDVGHWHUPLQHGVDLGSURMHFWWREH&DWHJRULFDOO\([FOXGHGXQGHUWKHSURYLVLRQV of Â the Â National Â Environmental Â Policy Â Act Â of Â 1969 Â (PS Â 91-Â910). Public Comments on Finding: All Â interested Â agencies, Â groups Â and Â persons Â disagreeing Â with Â this Â decision Â are Â invited Â to Â submit Â written Â comments Â for Â the Â consideration Â by Â the Â Town Â of Â Bristol Â no Â later Â than Â April Â 9, Â 2013. Â Â All Â comments Â must Â FOHDUO\VSHFLI\ZKLFKGHFLVLRQWKH\REMHFWWRÂąWKH)LQGLQJRI&DWHJRULFDO([FOXVLRQRU the Â Request Â for Â Release Â of Â Funds. Â Â All Â comments Â so Â received Â will Â be Â considered Â by Â the Â Town Â of Â Bristol Â prior Â to Â its Â taking Â any Â administrative Â action Â or Â requesting Â release Â of Â funds Â on Â the Â date Â listed Â immediately Â above. Request for Release of Funds: The Â Town Â of Â Bristol Â will Â undertake Â the Â project Â described Â above Â with Â Vermont Â Community Â Development Â Program Â funds Â from Â the Â Agency. Â Â The Â Town Â of Â Bristol Â is Â certifying Â to Â the Â Agency Â that Â the Â Town Â of Â Bristol, Â and Â :LOOLDP %U\DQW LQ KLV RIÂżFLDO FDSDFLW\ DV 7RZQ$GPLQLVWUDWRU FRQVHQW WR DFFHSW WKH jurisdiction Â of Â the Â Federal Â Courts Â if Â an Â action Â is Â brought Â to Â enforce Â responsibilities Â in Â relation Â to Â environmental Â reviews, Â decision-Âmaking, Â and Â action; Â and Â that Â these Â UHVSRQVLELOLWLHVKDYHEHHQVDWLVÂżHG7KHOHJDOHIIHFWRIWKHFHUWLÂżFDWLRQLVWKDWXSRQLWV approval, Â the Â Town Â of Â Bristol Â may Â use Â the Â Vermont Â Community Â Program Â funds, Â and Â the Â $JHQF\ZLOOKDYHVDWLVÂżHGLWVUHVSRQVLELOLWLHVXQGHUWKH1DWLRQDO(QYLURQPHQWDO3ROLF\ Act Â of Â 1969 Â and Â other Â environmental Â responsibilities Â listed Â in Â 24 Â CFR Â Part Â 58. Â Â Â Objection to Release of Funds: the Â agency Â will Â accept Â an Â objection Â to Â its Â approval Â RIWKHUHOHDVHRIIXQGVDQGDFFHSWDQFHRIWKHFHUWLÂżFDWLRQRQO\LILWLVRQRQHRIWKH following Â bases: D 7KDWWKHFHUWLÂżFDWLRQZDVQRWLQIDFWH[HFXWHGE\WKH&HUWLI\LQJ2IÂżFHUDSSURYHG by Â the Â Agency; (b) Â That Â the Â Town Â of Â Bristolâ€™s Â environmental Â review Â record Â for Â the Â project Â indicated Â RPLVVLRQ RI D UHTXLUHG GHFLVLRQ ÂżQGLQJ RU VWHS DSSOLFDEOH WR WKH SURMHFW LQ WKH environmental Â review Â process; (c) Â The Â grant Â recipient Â or Â other Â participants Â in Â the Â development Â process Â have Â committed Â funds, Â incurred Â costs Â or Â undertaken Â activities Â not Â authorized Â by Â 24 Â CFR Â Part Â 58 Â before Â approval Â of Â a Â release Â of Â funds Â by Â HUD/State; Â or (d) Â Â Any Â other Â reason Â allowed Â under Â 24 Â CFR Â Part Â 58 Â Section Â 58.75 Objections Â may Â be Â addressed Â to Â the Â Agency Â of Â Commerce Â and Â Community Â Development, Â Department Â of Â Housing Â & Â Community Â Affairs, Â National Â Life Â Building, Â 6th Â Floor, Â One Â National Â Life Â Drive Â Montpelier, Â Vermont Â 05620. Â Â No Â objection Â received Â after Â 15 Â days Â from Â the Â date Â of Â request Â for Â funds Â listed Â above Â will Â be Â considered Â by Â the Â Agency. 4/1
TOWN OF MIDDLEBURY BOARD AND COMMISSION VACANCIES
Each Â year Â at Â this Â time Â the Â Town Â of Â Middlebury Â Select Â Board Â makes Â its Â annual Â appointments Â to Â volunteer Â positions Â required Â by Â State Â Statute, Â and Â local Â and Â regional Â boards Â and Â commissions. Â Â If Â you Â are Â interested Â in Â any Â of Â the Â following Â positions, Â please Â VXEPLWDOHWWHURILQWHUHVWWRWKH7RZQ0DQDJHUÂśV2IÂżFH0DLQ6WUHHW0LGGOHEXU\QR ODWHUWKDQ)ULGD\$SULO,I\RXZRXOGOLNHWRÂżQGRXWPRUHDERXWDQ\RIWKHVH positions, Â please Â contact Â us Â at Â 388-Â8100, Â Ext Â 202. ( Â ) Â indicates Â number Â of Â positions Â open Three Â Year Â Terms Auditor Â (1) Auditor Â (1) Development Â Review Â Board Â (1) Planning Â Commission Â (2) Fence Â Viewer Â (3) Design Â Advisory Â Committee Â (2) First Â Constable Â (1) Â Development Â Review Â Board Â (1) Â /LVWHU WRÂżOOXQH[SLUHGWHUPXQWLOQH[W Downtown Â Improvement Â District Â Â Â March Â Town Â Meeting Â Â Committee Â (2) Middlebury Â Community Â Television Â Board Â (1) Two Â Year Â Term Sports Â Commission Â (3) Auditor Â (1) Town Â Agent Â (1) One Â Year Â Term Town Â Grand Â Juror Â (1) Addison Â County Â Regional Â 7RZQ6HUYLFH2IÂżFHU
Â Â Planning Â Commission Â (3) Tree Â Warden Â (1) Addison Â County Â Solid Â Waste Â Tree Â Warden Â Deputy Â (1) Â Â Management Â District Â (1) The Â Select Â Board Â is Â also Â taking Â names Â of Â citizens Â interested Â in Â serving Â on Â the Â Middlebury Â Area Â Land Â Trust Â and Â Town Â of Â Middlebury Â Power Â House Â Committee.
NOTICE OF TAX SALE TOWN OF ADDISON
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ORWELL PLANNING COMMISSION ORWELL TOWN PLAN â€“ NOTICE OF PUBLIC HEARING
The Â Orwell Â Planning Â Commission Â will Â hold Â a Â public Â hearing Â on Â Wednesday, Â May Â 15, Â DW30DWWKH7RZQ&OHUNÂśV2IÂżFHLQ2UZHOO9HUPRQWRQWKHSURSRVHG2UZHOO 7RZQ3ODQ7KLVKHDULQJLVKHOGSXUVXDQWWR96$7KLVQRWLFHLVLVVXHGSXUVX-Â DQWWR96$E STATEMENT Â OF Â PURPOSE Â AND Â AREAS Â OF Â TOWN Â AFFECTED 7KH2UZHOO7RZQ3ODQFUHDWHVDQGGHÂżQHVDORQJWHUPYLVLRQIRUWKH7RZQRI2UZHOO The Â Plan Â provides Â historical Â data Â and Â statistics Â to Â provide Â context Â for Â those Â making Â com-Â munity Â decisions. Â It Â describes Â Orwellâ€™s Â current Â conditions, Â character Â and Â challenges. Â Â Â It Â also Â establishes Â goals Â and Â action Â items Â intended Â to Â implement Â the Â vision Â of Â the Â Plan. Â The Â Plan Â should Â serve Â as Â a Â primary Â reference Â for Â all Â individuals Â and Â entities Â making Â commu-Â QLW\GHFLVLRQVDQGVKRXOGJXLGHORFDORIÂżFLDOVVHWWLQJSXEOLFSROLF\$OODUHDVZLWKLQWKH Town Â of Â Orwell Â are Â affected. Â Â Topic Â areas Â of Â the Â Plan Â include: Â TABLE OF CONTENTS 1. Â Introduction Â Â Â Â Â Â Â Â Â Â Â Â Â Â Â 1.1. Â General Â Description Â ................................................................................8 Â Â Â Â Â Â Â Â Â Â Â 1.2. Â Authority Â and Â Purpose Â ............................................................................9 Â Â Â Â Â Â Â Â Â Â Â 1.3. Â Town Â History Â ...........................................................................................11 2. Â The Â People 'HPRJUDSKLF3URÂżOH Â ...............................................................................21 +RXVLQJ3URÂżOH Â .......................................................................................22 (FRQRPLF3URÂżOH Â .....................................................................................26 Â 3. Â The Â Community 3.1. Â Historic Â & Â Archaeological Â Resources Â ......................................................29 3.2. Â Town Â Facilities Â and Â Lands Â ......................................................................31 3.3. Â Economy Â .................................................................................................32 3.4. Â Education Â and Â Childcare Â ........................................................................34 3.5. Â Recreation Â ..............................................................................................34 3.6. Â Transportation.........................................................................................36 3.7. Â Utilities Â and Â Energy Â .................................................................................39 3.8. Â Public Â Health Â and Â Safety Â ........................................................................41 3.9. Â Fiscal Â Condition Â ......................................................................................43 4. Â The Â Environment 4.1. Â Air Â ...........................................................................................................44 4.2. Â Land........................................................................................................46 4.3. Â Water Â ......................................................................................................48 4.4. Â Special Â Features Â .....................................................................................54 5. Â The Â Future 5.1. Â Natural Â and Â Historic Â Features Â .................................................................55 5.2. Â Agriculture Â and Â Forestry Â .........................................................................57 5.3. Â Extraction Â of Â Earth Â Resources Â ................................................................58 5.4. Â Recreation Â ..............................................................................................58 5.5. Â Transportation.........................................................................................59 5.6. Â Public Â Facilities Â and Â Services Â .................................................................61 5.7. Â Energy Â ....................................................................................................62 5.8. Â Economic Â Development Â ..........................................................................62 5.9. Â Education................................................................................................63 5.10. Â Childcare Â ..............................................................................................63 5.11. Â Housing Â .................................................................................................64 5.12. Â Land Â Use Â Plan Â ......................................................................................65 5.13 Â Implementation Â ......................................................................................72 5.14.Compatibility Â ..........................................................................................73 &RSLHVRIWKHSURSRVHG2UZHOO7RZQ3ODQFDQEHYLHZHGDWWKH7RZQ&OHUNÂśV2IÂżFH 2UZHOO9HUPRQW For Â further Â information Â please Â call Â Andrea Â Ochs, Â Chair Â of Â the Â Planning Â Commission Â at Â RUHPDLO$QR[#6KRUHKDPQHWRUFDOOWKH7RZQ&OHUNDW Orwell Â Planning Â Commission BY: Â Andrea Â Ochs, Â Chair 4/1
MIDDLEBURY SELECTBOARD SPECIAL WORKING SESSION
Recreation Â Building 77 Â Mary Â Hogan Â Drive Monday, Â April Â 1, Â 2013 4:30 Â p.m. The Â purpose Â of Â the Â working Â session Â is Â to Â discuss Â Board Â process Â and Â procedures Â & Â objectives Â for Â and Â potential Â challenges Â in Â the Â coming Â year. 4/1
MIDDLEBURY UD#3 CONTROLS PROJECT REQUEST FOR BIDS
Project Â scope Â of Â work Â includes Â a Â com-Â plete Â modernization Â of Â HVAC Â controls Â at Â the Â Middlebury Â Union Â High Â School Â and Â at Â the Â Middlebury Â Union Â Middle Â School. Â All Â legacy Â HVAC Â controllers Â shall Â be Â removed Â and Â replaced Â with Â modern Â HVAC Â control-Â lers. Â A Â new Â web Â based Â HVAC Â manage-Â ment Â head Â end Â shall Â be Â provided Â for Â cen-Â tralized Â management Â of Â both Â schools. Â For Â more Â information Â please Â contact Â Facilities Â Manager Â Bruce Â MacIntire Â 802-Â382-Â1500 Â or Â firstname.lastname@example.org. Â All bids Â will Â be Â due Â no Â later Â than Â April Â 8, Â 2013 Â at Â 1:00 Â PM. 3/28
TOWN OF FERRISBURGH NOTICE OF PUBLIC HEARING PLANNING COMMISSION
A Â public Â hearing Â before Â the Â Planning Â Commission Â of Â the Â Town Â of Â Ferrisburgh Â ZLOOEHKHOGDWWKH7RZQ&OHUNÂśV2IÂżFHRQ April Â 17, Â 2013 Â to Â consider Â the Â following Â applications: 7:35 Â PM. Â Â An Â application, Â #13-Â028, Â submitted Â by Â Debbie Â and Â Terry Â Allen Â for Â a Â two-Âlot Â minor Â Â subdivision, Â Property Â ID# Â 05.02.75.21. Â Property Â located Â at Â 5467 Â Route Â 7. Â Zoning Â District Â RA-Â5. 7:45 Â PM Â Â An Â application, Â #13-Â029, Â submitted Â by Â Alyth Â and Â Melody Â Hescock Â for Â a Â two-Âlot Â subdivision. Â Property Â ID#11.01.09, Â 165 Â Fuller Â Mountain Â Road. Â Zoning Â Dist. Â RA-Â5. The Â above Â applications Â are Â available Â IRULQVSHFWLRQDWWKH7RZQ&OHUNÂśV2IÂżFH Persons Â wishing Â to Â appear Â and Â be Â heard Â may Â do Â so Â in Â person Â or Â be Â represented Â by Â an Â agent Â or Â an Â attorney PLEASE Â NOTE: Â Participation Â in Â the Â local Â proceeding Â is Â a Â prerequisite Â to Â the Â right Â to Â take Â any Â subsequent Â appeal. Â Communications Â about Â the Â above Â DSSOLFDWLRQV PD\ EH ÂżOHG LQ ZULWLQJ ZLWK the Â Board Â or Â at Â such Â hearing. 4/1
ADDISON NORTHEAST SUPERVISORY UNION DISTRICT â€“ NOTICE OF RECORDS DESTRUCTION
(Bristol, Lincoln, Monkton, New Haven, Starksboro, Mt. Abraham UMHS) ATTN: Parents & eligible students who received Special Education services up to June 2007. The Â Vermont Â Agency Â of Â Educationâ€™s Â State Â Board Â of Â Ed. Â Manual Â of Â Rights Â and Â Practices, Â Section Â 2365, Â 2.13(a) Â Destruction Â of Â Information, Â states: Â Â â€œFor Â purposes Â of Â an Â audit, Â when Â a Â participating Â agency Â has Â counted Â a Â child Â to Â justify Â receipt Â of Â IDEIA Â funds, Â the Â district Â shall Â retain Â copies Â of Â the Â childâ€™s Â IEP Â and Â special Â education Â eligibility Â evaluations, Â IRUDPLQLPXPRIÂżYH\HDUVIURPWKHHQG of Â the Â school Â year Â in Â which Â the Â document Â was Â in Â effect.â€? Â Â If Â you Â received Â Special Â Education Â services Â and Â graduated Â between Â 2005-Â Â 2007 Â you Â are Â entitled Â to Â a Â copy Â of Â your Â records. Â Â The Â ANESU Â District Â will Â destroy Â these Â Special Â Education Â records Â on Â Monday, Â 4/8/13. Â Â Â If Â you Â want Â a Â copy Â of Â your Â record, Â contact Â ANESU Â 6XSHULQWHQGHQWÂśV 2IÂżFH DW Your Â request Â must Â be Â received Â prior Â to Â Friday, Â 4/5/13. 3/18, Â 3/25, Â 4/1
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Vermont Â wildlife Â responding Â to Â milder Â winter Â weather Following Â a Â spell Â of Â warm, Â spring-Â like Â weather, Â biologists Â at Â the Â Vermont Â Fish Â & Â Wildlife Â Department Â observed Â black Â bears Â out Â of Â their Â dens Â early Â in Â March. Â In Â recent Â years, Â mild Â weather Â has Â frequently Â driven Â bears Â to Â enter Â their Â dens Â later Â and Â to Â emerge Â earlier. Â â€œBears Â are Â triggered Â to Â enter Â their Â den Â when Â food Â begins Â to Â become Â scarce Â in Â fall Â or Â early Â winter, Â which Â usually Â follows Â a Â heavy Â snowfall,â€? Â said Â Forrest Â Hammond, Â bear Â project Â leader Â for Â Vermont Â Fish Â & Â Wildlife. Â â€œSpring Â rains Â and Â warm Â temperatures Â cause Â bears Â to Â leave Â their Â dens Â in Â search Â of Â uncovered Â nuts Â and Â green Â shoots Â that Â start Â to Â emerge Â from Â the Â melting Â snowpack. Â Bears Â will Â be Â active Â as Â long Â DV WKH\ FDQ HDVLO\ ÂżQG IRRG EXW WKH\ will Â return Â to Â their Â dens Â if Â another Â deep Â snowfall Â covers Â their Â food Â supply.â€? Shorter Â denning Â seasons Â in Â Vermont Â are Â consistent Â with Â reports Â from Â the Â American Â West, Â Scandinavia Â and Â Spain, Â where Â many Â brown Â bears Â have Â forgone Â hibernation Â altogether. Â Bears Â vary Â the Â duration Â of Â winter Â dormancy Â based Â on Â their Â latitude Â and Â altitude;Íž Â bears Â that Â live Â further Â north Â or Â high Â in Â the Â mountains Â typically Â den Â for Â a Â longer Â period Â of Â time. Vermontâ€™s Â black Â bears Â are Â not Â the Â
only Â species Â changing Â their Â behavior Â due Â to Â recent Â winter Â weather Â patterns. Â Many Â bird Â species Â have Â started Â to Â migrate, Â breed, Â and Â nest Â earlier Â in Â the Â spring Â in Â recent Â years. John Â Buck, Â migratory Â bird Â project Â leader Â for Â Vermont Â Fish Â & Â Wildlife, Â says Â that Â the Â department Â has Â observed Â state Â endangered Â spruce Â grouse Â display-Â ing Â courtship Â and Â breeding Â activity Â three Â weeks Â early Â as Â a Â response Â to Â low Â spring Â snowpack Â levels Â in Â recent Â years. Â â€œWeâ€™re Â concerned Â that Â the Â females Â may Â nest Â early Â and Â then Â see Â their Â nests Â buried Â under Â a Â heavy, Â late-Âseason Â snowstorm, Â which Â would Â likely Â result Â in Â a Â high Â rate Â of Â nest Â failures,â€? Â he Â said. The Â department Â has Â also Â observed Â that Â waterfowl Â are Â delaying Â their Â departure Â from Â Vermont Â for Â the Â winter Â because Â they Â continue Â to Â have Â access Â to Â open Â water, Â sometimes Â late Â into Â December Â or Â January. Fish Â & Â Wildlifeâ€™s Â Steve Â Parren Â has Â been Â studying Â a Â population Â of Â wood Â turtles Â for Â the Â past Â 25 Â years. Â According Â to Â Parren, Â the Â turtles Â have Â historically Â emerged Â from Â hibernation Â in Â mid-Â April. Â â€œDuring Â the Â extreme Â warm Â spell Â that Â we Â had Â last Â winter, Â we Â saw Â wood Â turtles Â basking Â on Â March Â 17, Â nearly Â a Â month Â earlier Â than Â they Â are Â typically Â
BEARS Â THAT Â EMERGED Â during Â the Â warm Â weather Â in Â early Â March Â were Â likely Â driven Â back Â into Â their Â dens Â by Â the Â heavy Â snows Â that Â hit Â Vermont Â near Â the Â end Â of Â the Â month. Photo Â by Â Tom Â Rogers, Â Vermont Â Fish Â & Â Wildlife Â Department
spotted,â€? Â he Â said. Other Â amphibian Â and Â reptile Â species Â responded Â to Â a Â warm Â early-ÂMarch Â rain Â this Â year Â by Â emerging Â from Â winter Â dormancy Â Herpetologist Â Jim Â Andrews, Â of Â the Â Vermont Â Reptile Â and Â Amphibian Â Atlas, Â tracks Â the Â spring Â emergence Â of Â reptiles Â and Â amphibians Â in Â Vermont. Â Andrews, Â a Â Salisbury Â resident, Â reported Â seeing Â spring Â peeper Â frogs, Â spotted Â
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salamanders Â and Â even Â some Â Eastern Â newts Â on Â March Â 12 Â this Â winter Â in Â the Â Champlain Â Valley. Vermontâ€™s Â insects Â also Â vary Â their Â emergence Â dates Â based Â on Â the Â spring Â temperatures. Â During Â warmer Â and Â drier Â springs, Â many Â will Â emerge Â early. Âł)ORZHULQJ SODQWV EHHV EXWWHUĂ€LHV â€” Â these Â species Â have Â evolved Â together Â EDVHG RQ D VSHFLÂżF WLPLQJ RI HYHQWV in Â the Â spring,â€? Â said Â Fish Â & Â Wildlife Â biologist Â Mark Â Ferguson. Â â€œMany Â of Â the Â stateâ€™s Â crops, Â including Â apple Â trees, Â require Â insects Â for Â pollination.â€? Â Last Â spring, Â many Â Vermont Â apple Â growers Â saw Â high Â levels Â of Â frost Â damage Â when Â unusually Â high Â temperatures Â pushed Â Ă€RZHUEXGVRXWEHIRUHWKHODVWIURVWVRI the Â season Â were Â over. Milder Â winter Â temperatures Â can Â make Â controlling Â many Â forest Â pest Â VSHFLHV GLIÂżFXOW 9HUPRQWÂśV KHPORFNV are Â currently Â threatened Â by Â a Â non-Ânative Â insect Â known Â as Â the Â hemlock Â woolly Â adelgid, Â which Â feeds Â on Â hemlock Â sap Â and Â may Â inject Â toxic Â saliva Â while Â feed-Â ing. Â The Â adelgidâ€™s Â northward Â spread Â is Â limited Â by Â its Â inability Â to Â tolerate Â long Â stretches Â of Â temperatures Â below Â minus Â 20 Â degrees Â Fahrenheit, Â which Â have Â become Â less Â frequent Â in Â Vermont Â in Â the Â last Â decade. Â
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As Â this Â pest Â spreads, Â it Â can Â cause Â devastating Â declines Â in Â Vermontâ€™s Â hemlock Â forests. Â Hemlock Â forests Â are Â a Â critical Â habitat Â for Â many Â Vermont Â species;Íž Â bears, Â bobcats Â and Â ruffed Â grouse Â all Â use Â hemlock Â for Â protective Â cover, Â and Â these Â forests Â are Â crucial Â as Â wintering Â habitat Â for Â white-Âtailed Â deer. Â Following Â the Â mild Â winter Â of Â 2011, Â hemlock Â woolly Â adelgid Â spread Â to Â seven Â additional Â towns Â in Â Vermont, Â more Â than Â doubling Â the Â number Â of Â towns Â in Â which Â the Â pest Â was Â previously Â detected. :KLOH PLOG ZLQWHUV PD\ EHQHÂżW some Â species Â in Â Vermont, Â the Â weatherâ€™s Â XQSUHGLFWDELOLW\FDQSURYHGLIÂżFXOWIRU wildlife. Â Mid-Âwinter Â rains Â followed Â by Â deep Â freezes Â or Â March Â temperatures Â above Â 50 Â degrees Â F Â followed Â by Â heavy, Â late-Âseason Â snowfalls Â can Â cause Â oner-Â ous Â conditions Â for Â many Â species. â€œDuring Â a Â normal Â winter, Â bud Â break, Â insect Â hatching Â and Â birds Â returning Â to Â Vermont Â or Â establishing Â nests Â all Â occur Â at Â the Â same Â time,â€? Â added Â Buck. Â â€œMild Â and Â unpredictable Â winters Â cause Â these Â events Â to Â get Â out Â of Â sync. Â Birds Â that Â donâ€™t Â keep Â up Â with Â changing Â weather Â patterns Â return Â to Â Vermont Â to Â nest Â and Â ÂżQG WKDW WKH LQVHFWV WKDW WKH\ IHHG RQ have Â already Â hatched.â€?
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