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ADDISON COUNTY INDEPENDENT

B Section

THURSDAY,  DECEMBER  19,  2013

KARL LINDHOLM

SPORTS

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I  never  missed  one from  the  stands Editor’s  note:  If  you  get  a  wicked   sense  of  dĂŠjĂ   vu  reading  this  column   don’t  call  your  doctor.  Karl  Lindholm   wrote   this   gem   in   December   1998   and  we  ran  it  again  in  order  to  give   Karl  a  chance  to  catch  his  breath  af-­ ter  he  rushed  back  from  Africa. Ted   Williams   was   wrong.   Hitting   a   baseball   is   not   the   hardest   task   in   VSRUWV5HIÂżQJDEDVNHWEDOOJDPHLV A   few   years   back,   I   made   a   fool-­ ish   decision.   I   agreed   to   become   a   basketball   referee   —   not   a   real   ref,   D FHUWLÂżHG RIÂżFLDO EXW IDU ZRUVH , DJUHHG WR RIÂżFLDWH JDPHV LQ WKH Middlebury   Adult   0HQÂśV /HDJXH LQ which  I  had  played   for  nearly  15  years. The   clever   fel-­ lows   running   the   league   played   to   my   innocence   and   my   egotism.   “We   need   you,â€?   they   said.   They   derided   WKH RIÂżFLDOV WKH\ KDG DQG FODLPHG my  association  with  the  league  as  a   player   for   so   long   gave   me   special   credibility   and   authority.   “You’ll   be   good  at  it,â€?  they  added.   Right. $ERXW ÂżYH PLQXWHV LQWR P\ ÂżUVW game,   my   former   teammates   and   friends   in   the   league   were   trans-­ formed   into   snarling   monsters,   casting   aspersions   on   my   eyesight,   honesty,   masculinity,   heritage,   my   very   being.   I   knew   immediately   I   had  been  naive.  By  the  third  game,  I   WKRXJKWP\QDPHZDVÂł-HVXV&KULVW Karl!â€? I’m  still  at  it.  Once  a  week,  Tues-­ GD\ RU 7KXUVGD\ QLJKW IURP 'H-­ OTTER  SENIOR  OLIVIA  Bloomer  tries  to  block  a  shot  by  Eagle  junior   cember   to   March,   I   show   up   at   the   Jen  Gordon  Tuesday  night. Municipal  Gym,  and  lumber  my  way   Independent  photo/Trent  Campbell through  two  full  length  games,  blow-­ LQJWKHZKLVWOHIURPSP /LNHDOOUHIV,VRPHWLPHVPDNHFDOOV in  the  frantic  last  minutes  of  a  close   game  that  I  wish  I  could  take  back.   Some   nights,   I   go   home   reasonably   VDWLVÂżHGRWKHUQLJKWV,JRKRPHGLV-­ OTTER  VALLEY  UNION  High  School  senior  Brittany  Bushey  spins  away  from  Eagles  Isabel  Brennan,  left,   couraged  by  my  imperfections. and  Ashlie  Fay  during  Tuesday’s  game  in  Brandon.  Mount  Abraham  won  the  game,  42-­31. Independent  photo/Trent  Campbell Starting   out,   I   knew   the   kind   of   ref  I  wanted  to  be.  I  would  not  be  a   (See  Lindholm,  Page  2B)

ScoreBOARD

HIGH SCHOOL SPORTS Boys’ Basketball 12/17  Fair  Haven  vs.  MUHS    ..............  40-­32 12/17  Mill  River  vs.  Mt.  Abe    ...............  73-­43 12/17  OV  Boys  vs.  Poultney    ..............  49-­40 12/17  Fairfax  vs.  VUHS    .....................  63-­45 Girls’ Basketball 12/16  Mill  River  vs.  MUHS    .................  39-­16 12/17  VUHS  vs.  Montpelier    ...............  50-­27 12/17  Mount  Abe  vs.  OV    ....................  42-­31

Schedule

HIGH SCHOOL SPORTS Hockey 12/21  MUHS  Girls  at  B&Burton    ...  5:45  p.m. 12/21  MUHS  Boys  at  Lyndon    ......  4:15  p.m. 1RUWKÂżHOGDW08+6*LUOV  .........5  p.m. 0W0DQVÂżHOGDW08+6*LUOV  ..  5  p.m. Boys’ Basketball 12/19  VUHS  at  S.  Burlington    ............  6  p.m. 12/19  Mt.  Abe  at  Randolph    ........  12:30  p.m. 12/21  Montpelier  at  VUHS    ..........11:30  a.m. 12/21  Mt.  Abe  at  Winooski    ...........  2:30  p.m. 12/23  VUHS  at  Burr  &  Burton    ......  6:30  p.m. 12/23  OV  at  Arlington  Tourney    ..........  7  p.m. 12/23  Colchester  at  MUHS    ...............  7  p.m. 12/28  Peoples  at  VUHS    .............  11:30  a.m. 12/28  Randolph  at  Mt.  Abe    ........  12:30  p.m. 12/28  MUHS  at  Montpelier    ..........  2:30  p.m. Girls’ Basketball 12/19  OV  at  Proctor    ..........................  7  p.m. 12/20  Burr  &  Burton  at  MUHS    ..........  7  p.m. 12/20  VUHS  at  Mill  River    ..................  7  p.m. 12/20  CVU  at  Mt.  Abe    .......................  7  p.m. 0W0DQVÂżHOGDW98+6  ...........  7  p.m. 29DW6SULQJÂżHOG  ....................  7  p.m. 12/23  MUHS  at  Winooski    ............  7:30  p.m. 12/23  Mt.  Abe  at  Fair  Haven  Tourney    ..  TBA 12/27  Mt.  Abe  at  Fair  Haven  Tourney    ..  TBA 12/27  MUHS  at  Mill  River    .................  7  p.m. 12/27  Arlington  at  OV    .......................  7  p.m. Wrestling 12/19  MUHS  at  Spaulding    ................  6  p.m. 12/19  VUHS  at  Milton    .......................  6  p.m. 12/21  MUHS/OV/VUHS  at  Granville,  NY, Tournament    ......................................10  a.m. 12/27&28    ..................OV,  VUHS,  Mt.  Abe  at   MUHS  ........................................................... Nordic 12/21  MUHS  at  S.  Burlington    .........  10  a.m. Gymnastics 12/27  MUHS  at  CVU    ........................  1  p.m. Indoor Track 12/21  VUHS  at  UVM    .........................  9  a.m. Spectators   are   advised   to   consult   school   websites  for  the  latest  schedule  updates.  

Eagles  outlast  Otter  Valley Third-­quarter  surge  boosts  champs  vs.  stubborn  Otters By  ANDY  KIRKALDY %5$1'21²7KH0RXQW$EUD-­ ham   Union   High   School   girls’   bas-­ ketball   team   opened   its   defense   of   WKH'LYLVLRQ,,WLWOHE\UDOO\LQJSDVW stubborn  host  Otter  Valley  on  Tues-­ day,  42-­31. The   Otters   used   their   quickness   and   hard   work   on   man-­to-­man   de-­ fense   to   frustrate   the   Eagles   in   the   ÂżUVWKDOIZKLFKHQGHGZLWKWKHKRVW WHDP XS  EHKLQG D WULR RI three-­pointers   from   senior   Jessica   )UD]LHU But  in  the  second  half,  the  Eagles   showed   more   patience   on   offense   and   switched   tactics,   pounding   the   ball   inside   to   six-­foot   junior   cen-­ ter   Isabel   Brennan.   Brennan   scored   eight  of  her  game-­high  16  points  in   the   third   period,   and   senior   Ashlie   )D\  SRLQWV VL[ VWHDOV IRXU DV-­ sists)   added   six   as   the   Eagles   took   the  lead  for  good,  29-­23,  after  three. Brennan,  who  chipped  in  nine  re-­ bounds,   acknowledged   the   Eagles   DQG &RDFK &RQQLH /D5RVH WDONHG about  a  change  in  approach  at  half-­ time.   “We   really   decided   around   the   perimeter   wasn’t   working   well,   so   we   needed   to   start   getting   it   in   and   drawing   fouls   and   really   start   mak-­

ing   some   moves   in   the   post,â€?   she   said. /D5RVH FUHGLWHG WKH 2WWHUV ZLWK taking   away   the   Eagles’   preferred   ÂżUVWRSWLRQWKHLUUXQQLQJJDPH “They   did   a   good   job.   We   talked  

about  it  at  halftime.  We  have  to  stop   trying  to  outrun  them.  They’re  just  as   quick  as  we  are,  so  let’s  actually  try   to   play   basketball   and   see   what   we   GR ZLWK LW´ /D5RVH VDLG Âł$QG ZH had  a  pretty  good  stretch  going  in  the   third  quarter.â€? The   Otters’   chances   of   staging   a   comeback   received   a   pair   of   blows   ODWH LQ WKH WKLUG SHULRG )LUVW )UD-­ zier  and  then  senior  Olivia  Bloomer   went  down  clutching  their  left  knees.   )UD]LHU UHWXUQHG HDUO\ LQ WKH IRXUWK but   soon   fell   again.   Both   had   to   be   helped  off. OV  coach  Steve  Keith  could  only   be   hopeful   afterward   for   the   health   of  two  key  players  —  both  are  four-­ year   varsity   athletes,   and   Bloomer   scored  six  before  she  left.   “We’re  going  to  ‌  get  them  looked   at   and   see   where   they   are,â€?   Keith   said.   “We’ll   know   more   tomorrow,   I   think.   I’m   hoping   it’s   short-­term.   We’ve  got  to  be  positive.â€? /D5RVH ZKRVH WHDPV KDYH VXI-­ fered  their  share  of  knee  injuries  over   the  years,  wished  the  Otters  well. MOUNT  ABRAHAM  UNION  High   “One   is   bad   enough,   never   mind   School   senior   Ashlie   Fay   races   WZR´ /D5RVH VDLG Âł, GRQÂśW FDUH LI around  Otter  senior  Brittany  Bush-­ you  win  or  lose,  you  don’t  want  that   ey   during   the   Eagles’   42-­31   win   to  happen  to  anybody.â€? Tuesday  night. (See  Hoops,  Page  2B) Independent  photo/Trent  Campbell

EAGLE  SAMANTHA  DRISCOLL,  pursued  by  Otter  Amy   Jones,   races   up  the  court  Tuesday  night  in  Brandon.  Driscoll  had  four  points  and  four   assists  in  the  Eagles  win. Independent  photo/Trent  Campbell

Middleburyâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s  35th  annual  Turkey  Trot  draws  247  runners 0,''/(%85< ² 7ZR KXQGUHG and  forty-­seven  runners  braved  cold   temperatures   on   Nov.   24   to   run   ei-­ WKHU ÂżYH RU  NLORPHWHUV LQ WKH Middlebury   Parks   and   Recreation   'HSDUWPHQWÂśV DQQXDO 7XUNH\ 7URW and  Gobble  Wobble. Many   runners   brought   donations   to  local  food  shelves,  20  won  draw-­ ings   for   turkeys   after   the   race,   and  

many   more   won   prizes   donated   by   the  many  local  business  sponsors  of   WKHDQQXDOHYHQWLQDSRVWUDFHUDIĂ&#x20AC;H Out   on   the   courses,   Todd   Smith   RI %ULVWRO DQG -HVVLH 'RQDYDQ RI &RUQZDOO ZHUH WKH RYHUDOO PHQÂśV and   womenâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s   winners   of   the   10K,   respectively,   while   Allen   Mead   of   +LQHVEXUJ DQG .ULVWHQ &RQULHOOH RI &ROFKHVWHUZHUHWKHPHQÂśVDQGZRP-­

OV  only  winner  in  area   boysâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;  basketball  action $'',621 &2817< ² 2QO\ Otter   Valley   won   as   all   four   local   union  high  school  boysâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;  basketball   teams  saw  action  on  Tuesday. OTTERS The   Otters   snapped   a   36-­36   tie  

after  three  periods  to  defeat  Poult-­ ney,  49-­40,  in  the  consolation  game   of   Mount   St.   Josephâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s   Tip-­Off   Tournament.   John   Winslowâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s   25   points   and   a   fullcourt   press   were   (See  Wrap,  Page  3B)

enâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s  winners  of  the  5K  race.   In  the  5K,  Ethan  Reiderer  of  Mid-­ dlebury  was  the  12-­and-­under  boysâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;   winner,   and   Maisie   Newbury   of   Weybridge  was  the  U-­12  girlsâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;  win-­ QHU 3DWWL )LVFKHU RI 1RUWK )D\VWRQ was   the   50-­99   womenâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s   age   group   winner  in  the  5K,  an  honor  claimed   E\ 'DQ 'D3ROLWR RI :H\EULGJH among  the  men.  

Judy   Messer   of   Northampton,   Mass.,   won   the   womenâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s   50-­99   age   group  at  the  10K  distance,  and  Tony   Bates  of  Salisbury  coasted  to  a  win   among   the   50-­plus   male   runners   in   the  10K.   The  complete  10K  results  were:   1.   Todd   Smith,   M,   39,   Bristol,   34:14. 2.   Josh   Hummel,   M,   24,   Middle-­

bury,  35:44. 3.  Ben  Bruno,  M,  29,  Middlebury,   38:25.  -HVVLH 'RQDYDQ )  &RUQ-­ wall,  38:26. 5.   Tony   Bates,   M,   54,   Salisbury,   38:55. 6.  Thomas  Beatty  Jr.,  M,  22,  Mad-­ LVRQ&RQQ (See  Turkey  Trot,  Page  3B)

Otter  wrestlers  reach  St.  J  podium By  ANDY  KIRKALDY ST.   JOHNSBURY   â&#x20AC;&#x201D;   The   Ot-­ ter   Valley   Union   High   School   wrestling   team   got   off   to   a   strong   start  for  its  season  this  past  week-­ end,  taking  fourth  place  at  a  major   opening  tournament,  the  St.  Johns-­ bury  Early  Bird  Invitational.   Six   Otters   reached   the   podium  

ZLWK WRSIRXU ÂżQLVKHV OHG E\ MX-­ QLRU $GDP 6KHUZLQÂśV ÂżUVWSODFH effort  at  220  pounds. OV   coach   Steve   Mitchell   noted   his   team   is   still   young,   with   only   one  senior  on  his  roster,  Joe  Palm-­ er,  who  took  fourth  at  138.   â&#x20AC;&#x153;We   did   pretty   well   considering   our  youth,â&#x20AC;?  Mitchell  said.

Also  placing  were: Â&#x2021; -XQLRU (ULF 0DQQLQJ VHFRQG at  112. Â&#x2021; )UHVKPDQ7\VRQ&UDPVHFRQG at  126.   Â&#x2021; -XQLRU -DFRE 6FDUERURXJK third  at  132. Â&#x2021; )UHVKPDQ 1HLNR 'HVDEUDLV fourth  at  120.  


PAGE  2B  â&#x20AC;&#x201D;  Addison  Independent,  Thursday,  December  19,  2013

Lindholm the  only  person  in  the  gym  who  has   (Continued  from  Page  1B) â&#x20AC;&#x153;pickyâ&#x20AC;?  ref  who  never  misses  a  lane   no  idea  who  knocked  the  ball  out  of   violation  but  canâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;t  seem  to  see  a  thun-­ bounds.   The   players   admonish   me   to   â&#x20AC;&#x153;be   derous  whack  on  the  shooting  hand  at   consistent,â&#x20AC;?   â&#x20AC;&#x153;call   â&#x20AC;&#x2122;em   the  end  of  a  game.  I  also   both  ways,â&#x20AC;?  â&#x20AC;&#x153;let  us  play!â&#x20AC;?   didnâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;t  want  to  have  â&#x20AC;&#x153;rab-­ They expect (that   one   when   they   are   bit  earsâ&#x20AC;?:    I  would  not  be   perfection. about   to   commit   mutual   overly   sensitive   or   easily   offended.   After   all,   these   The obligation mayhem).   They   expect   perfection.  The  obligation   are   guys   between   20   and   of spontaneof   spontaneity   is   more   50,  not  teenagers  needing   ity is more to  be  taught  self-­control.   GLIĂ&#x20AC;FXOWWKDQ GLIÂżFXOWWKDQ,KDGLPDJ-­ ined  also.  Snap  judgments   Knowing  how  you  want   I had imagmust   be   correct   judg-­ to   do   something,   and   do-­ ined also. ments.   No   instant   replay.   ing   it   that   way,   are   two   6QDSMXGJIâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;m   supposed   to   know   very  different  things. immediately   whether   the   In   truth,   I   thought   it   PHQWVPXVW defensive  man  had  estab-­ would   be   easier.   I   never   be correct lished  position  when  these   missed   one   from   the   MXGJPHQWV stands,   or   sitting   in   front   No instant re- two   elephants   collided,   whether   the   shooter   had   RIWKHWXEH,GLGQÂśWUHĂ&#x20AC;HFW released  the  ball  before  he   VXIÂżFLHQWO\ RQ WKH IDFW play. crashed  into  the  defender,   that,  in  all  my  years,  I  had   QHYHU DFWXDOO\ VHHQ D ZHOORIÂżFLDWHG how  long  the  big  guy  has  been  in  the   game,   a   game   without   innumerable   paint  â&#x20AC;&#x201D;  it  goes  on  and  on. Why  do  I  do  it?  Why  do  I  subject   mistakes  by  the  refs.   , GLVFRYHUHG WKDW Ă&#x20AC;RRU OHYHO FDQ myself   to   this   weekly   humiliation?   be  a  lousy  place  to  call  a  game.  The   Isnâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;t   this   nocturnal   role   as   a   zebra   a   baseline   is   a   swirl   of   large   bodies   peculiar  expression  of  masochism?   I   do   it   because   itâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s   hard   â&#x20AC;&#x201D;   and   I   whose  movements  are  punctuated  by   grunts  and  slaps  and  curses  at  indig-­ love  the  game.  Iâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;m  a  better  person  for   nities  suffered  them  which  go  unseen   it:  people  will  actually  sit  next  to  me   by   me.   Sometimes,   I   realize   I   am   at  college  games  when  I  am  a  specta-­

tor.  I  no  longer  feel  the  need  to    â&#x20AC;&#x153;cor-­ rectâ&#x20AC;?   the   refs   in   a   loud   voice   during   quiet  breaks  in  the  action.   I  have  gained  a  greater  appreciation   for   the   basketballâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s   powerful   dance,   the   tension   between   offense   and   de-­ fense   which   centers   on   the   risk   of   violence  and  the  complementary  will   to  avoid  it.  I  admire  the  players  who   try  to  â&#x20AC;&#x153;do  it  right,â&#x20AC;?    and  play  without   unnecessary   physical   contact   while   expressing   all   the   extraordinary   ath-­ leticism   the   game   demands.   The   fundamental  idea  of  the  game  seems   more  accessible  to  me  from  my  van-­ WDJHSRLQWRQWKHĂ&#x20AC;RRU$VWKHUHI,DP the  guardian  of  the  gameâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s  aesthetic. Tonightâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s   games   feature   the   gray-­ beards   against   the   Greyhounds.   The   SRUWO\$QJHODÂśVÂżYHWDNHRQ0DUWLQÂśV the  leagueâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s  doormat  for  the  last  two   years,   now   soaring   with   the   addi-­ tion   of   a   couple   young   studs.   Then,   in   the   nightcap,   itâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s   Buxtonâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s   versus   Woodyâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s   in   a   rematch   of   last   yearâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s   championship   game.   Woodyâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s,   the   oldest   team   in   the   league,   a   dynasty   for  over  a  decade,  is  creaky  this  year,   showing  its  age. 0\ JRDO WRQLJKW LV WR ÂłEH FRQVLV-­ tent,â&#x20AC;?  â&#x20AC;&#x153;call  â&#x20AC;&#x2122;em  both  ways,â&#x20AC;?  â&#x20AC;&#x153;let  â&#x20AC;&#x2122;em   SOD\´ , H[SHFW ,ÂśOO FDOO WKH ÂżUVW HYHU perfect  game.  

OTTER  SENIOR  JESSICA  Frazier  goes  up  for  a  shot;͞  she  scored  a  team-­high  nine  points  against  Mount   Abraham  Tuesday  night. Independent  photos/Trent  Campbell

Hoops (Continued  from  Page  1B) Keith   did   see   some   positives   for   his   team   against   the   defending   champs.   â&#x20AC;&#x153;Today  had  the  possibility  of  go-­ ing   down   to   the   end,   and   a   couple   things  didnâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;t  fall  our  way,â&#x20AC;?  he  said.   â&#x20AC;&#x153;Iâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;m  happy  with  what  we  were  able   to   do   in   a   lot   of   ways,   and   it   gives   us   a   good   notion   of   what   we   have   WRÂż[´ Keith  said  the  Otters  will  work  to   cut   down   on   turnovers   (they   com-­ mitted   28   vs.   the   Eagles)   become   more  patient  on  offense  and  against   the   press,   and   better   support   the   post  defenders.  With  those  improve-­ ments,   a   â&#x20AC;&#x153;pretty   solid   seasonâ&#x20AC;?   is   within  the  teamâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s  reach,  he  said. The  Otters  served  notice  early  the   Eagles  would  have  to  work  hard  at   WKH+RXVHRI1RLVHIRUDZLQ0RXQW Abe  took  an  early  5-­2  lead  on  a  three   from   senior   guard   Sam   Driscoll   (4   points,   4   assists)   and   free   throws   IURPVHQLRUIRUZDUG0HJ:HWWHUDQG Fay.   But   two   Frazier   treys   helped   OV  take  a  9-­7  lead  after  one. The   Eagles   tied   the   game   at   13-­ 13  at  3:13  of  the  second  on  two  free   throws   apiece   from   Brennan   and   Fay   and   a   putback   by   junior   for-­

OTTER   VALLEY   UNION   High   School   senior   Taylor   Aines   gets   past   Eagle   senior  Ashlie   Fay   dur-­ ing  girlsâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;  basketball  action  in  Bran-­ don   Tuesday   night.   The   Eagles   won  the  game,  42-­31.

ZDUG -HQ *RUGRQ 0HDQZKLOH 29 managed  only  a  free  throw  by  senior   &RUWQH\ 3ROMDFLN DQG )UD]LHUÂśV ÂżQDO trey  and  points  of  the  game.   But   the   Otters   continued   to   frus-­ trate  the  Eagles  offensively,  and  they   added   only   a   Driscoll   free   throw   in   WKHÂżQDO$QG29VHQLRUJXDUG Taylor  Aines  (5  points)  hit  a  jumper,   and   sophomore   forward  Amy   Jones   (6  points)  rebounded  an  air  ball  and   beat  the  buzzer  with  a  layup  to  make   it  17-­14.   OV   led,   23-­22,   midway   through   the   third   period   â&#x20AC;&#x201D;   despite   four   points   apiece   from   Brennan   and   Fay   â&#x20AC;&#x201D;   thanks   to   two   Jones   hoops   and   two   Bloomer   buckets,   one   set   up  nicely  by  Frazier.  But  Eagle  se-­ QLRU 0HJKDQ /LYLQJVWRQ  SRLQWV 4   steals,   3   assists)   fed   Brennan   for   a   jumper   that   gave   the   Eagles   the   lead,  and  Brennan  hit  in  the  post  at  

3:00  to  make  it  26-­23.  After  the  two   2WWHUVZHQWGRZQD/LYLQJVWRQIUHH throw   and   another   Fay   drive   made   it  29-­23.   The  Eagles  pushed  the  lead  to  34-­  DW  RI WKH IRXUWK /LYLQJVWRQ fed  Fay  on  the  break,  Brennan  con-­ verted   a   feed   from   senior   Hailey   6D\OHV LQ WKH SRVW DQG /LYLQJVWRQ hit  a  free  throw.  OV  came  no  closer   than  eight  the  rest  of  the  way  despite   hoops   by   Aines,   Jones   and   senior   /DXUD%HWK5REHUWV Keith   was   happy   his   team   hung   tough,  and  praised  the  Eagles.   â&#x20AC;&#x153;Thatâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s  a  good  team,â&#x20AC;?  Keith  said.   Âł,QWKHÂżUVWKDOIZHGLGDJRRGMRE helping  (in  the  post),  trying  to  deny   as  much  in  as  we  could  â&#x20AC;Ś  Second   half  they  spread  us  out  a  bit  and  got   some  easier  looks.â&#x20AC;? /D5RVH VDLG WKH 2WWHUV PDGH LW GLIÂżFXOWIRUWKH(DJOHV â&#x20AC;&#x153;To   Otter   Valleyâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s   credit,   they   did   the   things   they   needed   to   do.   That  was  anybodyâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s  game  for  most   of  it,â&#x20AC;?  she  said. $V IRU WKH (DJOHV /D5RVH VDLG VKHLVFRQÂżGHQWWKH\ZLOOSXWLQWKH necessary   work   on   their   patience   and  offensive  execution,  especially   with  Fridayâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s  big  test  vs.  defending   Division   I   champ   Champlain   Val-­ ley  on  tap.   â&#x20AC;&#x153;We  will  be  a  work  in  progress,â&#x20AC;?   /D5RVHVDLGÂł:HKDYHVRPHJRRG athletes  and  we  have  a  lot  of  poten-­ tial.  But  weâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;ve  got  a  ways  to  go.â&#x20AC;? Brennan  said  the  Eagles  have  to   be  as  hungry  as  the  opponents  that   want  to  knock  them  off,  but  she  is   DOVRFRQÂżGHQWLQWKHWHDP Âł:HGHÂżQLWHO\KDYHVWXIIWRZRUN on   as   a   team,   but   I   think   weâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;re   coming  together  really  nicely,â&#x20AC;?  she   VDLG Âł:HÂśUH VWDUWLQJ WR Ă&#x20AC;RZ OLNH we  did  last  year.â&#x20AC;? Andy  Kirkaldy  may  be  reached  at   andyk@addisonindependent.com.

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VUHS  girls  top   Solons  in  hoop MONTPELIER  â&#x20AC;&#x201D;  The  Vergennes   8QLRQ+LJK6FKRROJLUOVÂśEDVNHWEDOO team  evened  its  record  at  1-­1  with  a   FRQYLQFLQJYLFWRU\DW0RQWSH-­ lier.   Sophomore   forward   Nikki   Sal-­ ley  came  off  the  bench  to  spark  the   &RPPRGRUHVZLWKJDPHKLJKVRI SRLQWVDQGUHERXQGV Junior   guard   K.C.   Ambrose   UHDFKHG GRXEOH ÂżJXUHV IRU WKH VHF-­ ond   straight   game   by   scoring   10   points,   and   senior   forward   Taylor   Paquette   chipped   in   nine   points   for   the  second  straight  contest. VUHS  plays  at  Mill  River  on  Fri-­ GD\EHIRUHKRVWLQJ0RXQW0DQVÂżHOG at  7  p.m.  on  Monday.

Visiting  MRU  tips   MUHS  girlsâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;  hoop MIDDLEBURY   â&#x20AC;&#x201D;   Visiting   Mill   River   dealt   the   Middlebury   Union   +LJK6FKRROJLUOVÂśEDVNHWEDOOWHDPD VHWEDFNRQ0RQGD\ The   Minutemen   got   eight   points   from   Nariz   Mangwdayab   and   six   from   Rylee   Perron   in   evening   their   record  at  1-­1.   Freshman   Payton   Buxton   led   MUHS  with  four  points. The  Tigers  fell  to  0-­2  heading  into  a   Friday  home  game  at  7  p.m.  with  Burr   &   Burton.   On   Monday,   the   Tigers   travel   for   a   rematch   with   Winooski,   which  nipped  them  by  two  points  in   their  home  opener  last  week.

MAHA  offers  kids   intro  to  skating

MIDDLEBURY   â&#x20AC;&#x201D;   Middlebury   Amateur   Hockey   Association   an-­ nounces   Session   2   of   its   Learn   to   Skate   program,   an   initiation   to   hockey.  The  program  focuses  on  the   introduction   of   skating   and   hockey   skills  (with  emphasis  on  skating)  to   children  aged  approximately  4  to  7. 7KLV LV D ZHHN VHVVLRQ PHHWLQJ weekly  on  Saturdays  beginning  Jan.   4,  from  3:30  to  4:30  p.m.  The  fee  is   $80.  For  more  information  or  to  reg-­ ister,   email   registrar@middlebury-­ hockey.org  or  call  .

Wrap (Continued  from  Page  1B) key  for  OV  as  the  Otters  pulled  away   to  even  their  record  at  1-­1  against  0-­2   Poultney.   TIGERS In   Middlebury,   Fair   Haven   hit   enough   free   throws   in   the   fourth   quarter  to  ice  a  40-­32  win  in  a  defen-­ sive  battle  vs.  the  Tigers  in  the  opener   for  both  squads.   Cameron  Hughes  (12  points)  and   Alex  Fontaine  KLWGRXEOHÂżJXUHV for   the   Slaters.   Cullen   Hathawayâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s   10  points  led  the  Tigers.   EAGLES At  Mount  Abe,  visiting  Mill  River   (1-­1)   cruised   to   a   73-­43   victory   as   three   Minutemen   struck   for   double   ÂżJXUHV Post   player   Mark   Jipner   led   the   0-­2  Eagles  with  10  points. COMMODORES 98+6 VXIIHUHG LWV ÂżUVW ORVV VLQFH WKH  ',, ÂżQDO  WR YLVLW-­ ing  BFA-­Fairfax  (2-­0).  Game  details   were   unavailable.  The   Commodores   play  at  South  Burlington  on  Thursday   and  host  Montpelier  at  12:30  p.m.  on   Saturday.  

7.  Ed  Hamilton,  M,  46,  Shelburne,  40:49. 8.  Michael  Malinowski,  M,  31,  Burlington,   44:42. 9.  Kyle  Livak,  M,  20,  Hilmar,  Calif.,  45:21. 10.   Romain   Masliah,   M,   34,   Middlebury,   45:31. 11.   Gregory   Morse,   M,   28,   Hyde   Park,   46:04. 12.   Katherine   Seaton,   F,   32,   Burlington,   47:01. 13.   Jessica   Racusin,   F,   39,   Middlebury,   47:06. 14.   Jennifer   Bleich,   F,   40,   Middlebury,   47:46. 15.   Julian   Schmitt,   M,   13,   Middlebury,   47:49. 16.  Rick  Morris,  M,  48,  Salisbury,  47:49. 17.  Chris  Provost,  M,  42,  South  Burlington,   48:01. 18.   Kate   DaPolito,   F,   17,   Middlebury,   48:51. 19.   Allison   Dibianca,   F,   31,   Middlebury,   49:35. 20.  Chris  Kocur,  M,  30,  Burlington,  49:44. 21.  Kate  Adams,  F,  33,  North  Ferrisburgh,   49:56. 22.   Perry   Messer,   M,   52,   Northampton,   Mass.,  50:17. 23.  Sandy  May,  F,  43,  Monkton,  50:37. 24.  Karen  Oppenheimer,  F,  40,  Shelburne,   50:37. 25.  Devon  Fuller,  M,  48,  Brandon,  51:41. 26.  Maja  Smith,  F,  47,  Shelburne,  51:58. 27.   Dana   Silver,   M,   19,   Cherry   Hill,   N.J.,   52:05. 28.  Monica  Chow,  F,  19,  Middlebury,  52:06. 29.  Gwen  Lyons,  F,  29,  Montpelier,  52:34. 30.  Matthew  Yoskowitz,  M,  29,  Hyde  Park,   52:34. 31.  Amy  Buck,  F,  38,  Middlebury,  53:00. 32.   Judy   Messer,   F,   50,   Northampton,   Mass.,  53:12. 33.  Tim  Leary,  M,  52,  Brandon,  53:43. 34.  Caitlyn  Dayman,  F,  29,  South  Burling-­ ton,  53:49. 35.  Dawn  Goodro,  F,  46,  Lincoln,  54:19. 36.  Sonja  Burrows,  F,  40,  Middlebury,  55:07. 37.   Puanani   Purdue,   F,   33,   Weybridge,   56:01. 38.  Nicole  Doner,  F,  41,  Hinesburg,  56:03. 39.  Edward  Dunakin,  M,  37,  Ripton,  56:19. 40.  Rodney  Hill,  M,  35,  North  Ferrisburgh,   56:32. 41.   Michelle   Murphy,   F,   26,   Burlington,   56:47. 42.  Lauren  Brady,  F,  23,  Middlebury,  57:25. 43.   Monica   Benjamin,   F,   30,   Middlebury,   57:26. 44.   Kristin   Lavallie,   F,   29,   Ticonderoga,   N.Y.,  57:33. 45.   Wendy   Hildebrand,   F,   49,   Shelburne,   57:34.  0DU\ 1HIÂżQJHU )  )HUULVEXUJK 57:52. 47.   Michele   Livak,   F,   53,   Hilmar,   Calif.,   59:33. 48.   Emme   Oâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;Rourke,   M,   18,   Rutland,   59:33. 49.  Tara  Case,  F,  39,  New  Haven,  59:50. 50.  Allison  Pouliot,  F,  50,  Bristol,  59:58. 51.   Susan   Bruce,   F,   47,   Middlebury,   1:00:05. 52.   Amanda   Crane,   F,   25,   New   Haven,   1:00:05. 53.  Sophie  McKeever-­Parkes,  F,  17,  Salis-­ bury,  1:00:07. 54.   Anna   Caliandro,   F,   17,   Weybridge,   1:00:07.

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55.  Mikaela  Frank,  F,  36,  Bristol,  1:00:56. 56.  Amy  Cousin,  F,  Bristol,  1:00:58. 57.  Lisa  Fischer,  F,  54,  Williston,  1:00:59. 58.  Kins  Milne,  M,  69,  Charlotte,  1:01:01. 59.  Lesley  Dunakin,  F,  42,  Ripton,  1:01:01. $P\0DVH¿HOG)%ULVWRO 61.  Glenn  Schaef,  M,  63,  Glens  Falls,  N.Y.,   1:02:01. 62.  Katherine  Yoskowitz,  F,  29,  Hyde  Park,   1:02:10. 63.  Jennifer  Heffernan,  F,  39,  Middlebury,   1:02:23. 64.   Mary   Douglas,   F,   25,   Whitehall,   N.Y.,   1:02:24. 65.  Lorraine  Besser-­Jones,  F,  40,  Middle-­ bury,  1:02:33. 66.   Christina   Wadsworth,   F,   52,   Wey-­ bridge,  1:03:07. 67.  Jeff  Olson,  M,  55,  Weybridge,  1:03:07. 68.   Logan   Henry,   M,   27,   Montpelier,   1:03:29. 69.   Josh   Richmond,   M,   45,   Weybridge,   1:05:10. 70.   Abby   Eaton,   F,   39,   Lincoln,   N.H.,   1:05:30. 71.   Elizabeth   Kyhill,   F,   33,   Poultney,   1:07:48. 72.  Jesse  Kyhill,  M,  32,  Poultney,  1:07:48. 73.  Zoe  Pike,  F,  38,  Weybridge,  1:07:53. 74.   Robert   Shaw,   M,   59,   Hampton,   N.Y.,   1:08:09. 75.   Emily   Mahar   Cannon,   F,   36,   Bristol,   1:09:50. 76.   Alison   Cannon,   F,   48,   Burlington,   1:10:16. 77.  CJ  Spiritu,  M,  45,  Middlebury,  1:10:18. 78.  Abbey  Willard,  F,  36,  Danville,  1:10:51. 79.   Lynette   Obrien,   F,   60,   Bomoseen,   1:18:50. 80.   Kathryn   Duncan,   F,   37,   Wilmington,   1:23:17. 5K COMPETITORS The  complete  5K  results  were:   1.  Allen  Mead,  M,  47,  Hinesburg,  19:16. 2.  Max  Moulton,  M,  18,  Middlebury,  19:37. 3.  Casey  Silk,  M,  18,  Shelburne,  20:18. 4.   Forrest   Hamilton,   M,   15,   Shelburne,   20:23. 5.   Kristen   Conrielle,   F,   34,   Colchester,   20:26. 6.   Michael   Nolan,   M,   37,   Middlebury,   20:48. 7.  Mike  Bessette,  M,  43,  St.  Albans,  21:40. 8.  Alexandra  Josinowski,  F,  26,  Salisbury,   21:44. 9.  Sarah  Pribram,  F,  45,  Shelburne,  21:56. 10.  Jessica  Cover,  F,  44,  Richmond,  22:12. 11.  Dee  Barbic,  F,  46,  Hinesburg,  22:15. 12.  Todd  Silk,  M,  43,  Shelburne,  22:24. 13.   Stephen   Riener,   M,   30,   St.   Albans,   23:23. 14.   Jonah   Supernovich,   M,   17,   Cornwall,   24:06. 15.  Matthew  Wagner,  M,  43,  Essex  Junc-­ tion,  24:18. 16.  Angus  Chaney,  M,  40,  Brandon,  24:32. 17.  Sophie  Ryan,  F,  17,  Weybridge,  25:07. 18.  Peter  Ryan,  M,  47,  Weybridge,  25:07. 19.   Katherine   Koehler,   F,   13,   Cornwall,   25:32. 20.  Bill  Mayers,  M,  49,  Weybridge,  25:47. 21.   Dan   DaPolito,   M,   51,   Middlebury,   25:56. 22.  Renee  Mosier,  F,  31,  Sudbury,  26:12. 23.  Julie  Scribner,  F,  42,  Cornwall,  26:12. 24.  Ross  Gregory,  M,  45,  Cornwall,  26:19. 25.   Maisie   Newbury,   F,   12,   Weybridge,   26:25. 26.   Aileen   Bosworth,   F,   12,   Weybridge,  

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124.  Nancy  Graham,  F,  43,  Bristol,  38:25. 125.   Sarah   Keblin,   F,   35,   Huntington,   38:34. 126.   Bill   Cobleigh,   M,   66,   Wallingford,   38:34. 127.   Charlie   Reiderer,   M,   4,   Middlebury,   38:39. 128.   Larkin   Kenney,   F,   12,   Weybridge,   39:14. 129.   Eklutna   Kenney,   F,   17,   Weybridge,   39:15. 130.  Michelle  Shambo,  F,  47,  Middlebury,   39:41. 131.   Paula   Quesnel,   F,   65,   Manchester   Center,  39:41. 132.   Katelyn   Howard,   F,   20,   Colchester,   39:42. 133.   Pearl   Teague,   F,   48,   Middlebury,   42:19. 134.  Rebecca  Zelis,  F,  40,  Brandon,  42:24. 135.  Emerson  Zelis,  F,  9,  Brandon,  42:25. 136.   Christa   Clifford,   F,   42,   Middlebury,   42:45. 137.   Lauren   Calvin,   F,   12,   West   Rutland,   43:29. 138.  Wendy  Beane,  F,  40,  Proctor,  43:33. 139.   Rebecca   Mashak,   F,   23   Hampton,   N.Y.,  44:13. 140.   Samantha   Cain,   F,   26,   Hampton,   N.Y.,  44:15. 141.   Karleen   Werner,   F,   55,   Brandon,   44:27. 142.  Erik  Werner,  M,  18,  Brandon,  44:27. 143.   Aaron   Perlow,   M,   6,   Middlebury,   46:01. 144.   Bruce   Perlow,   M,   35,   Middlebury,   46:01. 145.   Julie   Reiderer,   F,   42,   Middlebury,   47:44. 146.  Michele  McHugh,  F,  47,  East  Middle-­ bury,  47:49. 147.   Art   Berenbaum,   M,   46,   Middlebury,   48:08. 148.   Celeste   Berenbaum,   F,   10,   Middle-­ bury,  48:10. 149.   Sarah   Reiderer,   F,   9,   Middlebury,   49:23. 150.  Melody  Berenbaum,  F,  9,  Middlebury,   49:23. 151.   Chris   Thebodo,   M,   44,   Middlebury,   49:32. 152.   Mia   Thebodo,   F,   10,   Middlebury,   49:33. 153.   Donald   Lacharite,   M,   82,   Winooski,   51:07. 154.  Betty  Lacharite,  F,  78,  Winooski,  51:08. 155.  Lee  Ann  Cenate,  F,  37,  West  Rutland,   52:34. 156.  Hillary  Knapp,  F,  28,  Brandon,  52:36. 157.  Ryan  Butler,  F,  42,  Williston,  53:20. 158.   Jessica   Nguyen,   F,   24,   Colchester,   53:20. 159.   John   Gustavson,   M,   34,   Colchester,   54:19. 160.   Elizabeth   Bunt,   F,   5,   Middlebury,   1:00:56. 161.  Rick  Bunt,  M,  45,  Middlebury,  1:01:22. 162.   Isaac   Bicknell,   M,   18,   Middlebury,   1:01:38. 163.   Delaney   Bicknell,   M,   5,   Middlebury,   1:01:38. 164.   Peter   Bicknell,   M,   46,   Middlebury,   1:01:39. 165.  Camilla  Gonzalez,  F,  10,  Middlebury,   1:04:33. 166.   Natalie   Steen,   F,   39,   Middlebury,   1:09:33. 167.   Aidan   Steen,   M,   8,   Middlebury,   1:09:33.


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Letters to Santa Dear  Santa, I  am  Shannon  Oâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;Brien  and  I  have   a  few  questions  to  ask.  What  does   the  raindeer  look  like  and  if  it  is  not   too  much  to  ask  can  you  send  me  a   picture  of  one?  I  will  love  to  look  at   it  for  a  long  time  and  I  will  be  happy   forever  at  you. We  are  waiting  for  you  at  are  hose   in  Middlebury.  And  can  you  not   forget  my  dog.  He  will  like  a  bone   please. Love,   Shannon  Lynn  Oâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;Brien Middlebury Dear  Santa, I  love  you!  I  have  been  good  this   year.  Please  bring  me  a  pink  and   purple  jumpy  house  with  lots  of  fair-­ ies  on  it  for  Christmas.  Also  I  would   like  a  doll  highchair  and  a  Twilight   sparkle  pretty  pony.  Please  bring  my   brother  Paytton  some  coffee  and  my   brother  Wren  a  CD.  Hug  all  your   deer  for  me! Love, Clover  Hobbs Age  4 XO Salisbury

Dear  Santa, Merry  Christmas.  I  would  like   a  Remote  control  for  wheeler,  rist   woch  and  a  woope  cushin. Love, Ben  Fuller Age  6 Middlebury Dear  Santa, I  would  like  a  remote  control   four-­wheeler  and  a  jackhammer.   Please,  Santa,  I  would  like  a  fart   cushion  for  Christmas,  please.   Merry  Christmas! Love, Peter  Fuller Age  3 Middlebury Dear  Santa  Clas, WKLVLV\RXUGHDUÂżUHQG$PHOLDLW dose  not  mater  if  you  donâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;t  get  me   all  the  presents  on  my  chrismase  list   I  am  just  happ  to  be  hear  whith  my   famly  I  hop  you  have  a  good  chris-­ PDVHIURP\RXUGHDUÂżUHQG Amelia  Quesnel Middlebury

May this holiday season be the Merriest ever, with the joy and laughter of family and friends to keep you warm inside and out.

Dear  Santa, PepĂŠ   showed   me   Rudolph   on   his   computer.  Iâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;m  glad  Rudolph  is  your   deer. I   would   like   earrings   please.   My   brother   David   would   like   earrings   too,  or  maybe  a  tractor. Caroline  Larocque Age  3 East  Middlebury Santa, Ho  ho  hoâ&#x20AC;Ś  I  would  like  a  stuffed   Curious  George  and  books  and  arts   and  crafts.  I  will  leave  you  a  snack   and  carrots  for  the  reindeer Love, Halle  Michelle  Forrest Age  5 Lincoln Dear  Santa, This  is  what  I  whant  for  Christmas.   A   tablet   and   a   iPhone,   Xbox   360   games   and   a   3DS   and   3DS   games   and  a  remote  control  plane,  Pokemon   cards,  a  go  cart  and  that  is  it. Thank  you. Tyler  Quesnel Age  9 Vergennes

All  smiles VANESSA  ANGIER,  4,  of  Middlebury  canâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;t  hide  her  excitement  to  be  visiting  with  Santa  Claus  during  this   yearâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s  Very  Merry  Middlebury  celebration  on  Dec.  7. Independent  photo/Trent  Campbell

Dear  Santa, This  year  my  goal  was  to  stop   talking  back  to  my  parents  and  i   think  im  doing  very  well  at  it.  For   christmas  i  hope  you  can  please  bring   me  the  monster  high  computer  lab,   the  monster  high  science  Kit,  the   monster  dehydration  Kit,  Ghoulia   yelps  with  her  pet  owl,  a  cotton  candy  

maker,  a  crayon  maker,  a  laptop,  three   surprises,  a  create  your  own  monster   high  doll  set,  the  lego  friends  cruise   ship,  the  untold  stories  of  the  ER   series,  a  Kindle,  the  american  girl   doll  stables  with  one  horse,  saige  the   american  girl  hot  air  balloon,  a  new   pretty  binder,  Saige  the  american  girl   doll,  and  please  please,  make  it  so  

my  brother  can  come  home  soon  and   please  make  my  dad  recover  quickly   and  please  get  my  mom  a  great  job,   hopefully  at  the  North  pole.  And  donâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;t   bring  me  any  of  the  stuff  listed  above   if  my  parents  do. Sincerely,  your  friend, Kate  Ayotte Vergennes

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MIDDLEBURY   â&#x20AC;&#x201D;   Middlebury   police   responded   to   a   report   about   a   woman   banging   on   the   doors   of   the   new   warming   shelter   on   South   Pleasant   Street   on   Dec.   15.   Shelter   personnel   were   not   able   to   let   the   woman   in   due   to   rules   barring   ad-­ mittance   after   10   p.m.   Police   took   the   woman   to   the   Grace   House   in   Rutland. In  other  action  last  week,  Middle-­ bury  police: Â&#x2021; $VVLVWHG 0LGGOHEXU\ ÂżUHÂżJKW-­ ers  at  the  scene  of  a  blaze  at  Cham-­ plain   Valley   Equipment   on   Ex-­ change  Street  on  Dec.  9. Â&#x2021; 6SRNH ZLWK D 5RXWH  6RXWK resident   who   suspected   on   Dec.   9   that   her   child   might   have   used   her   debit   card   without   her   permission.   The  matter  remains  under  investiga-­ tion. Â&#x2021; &LWHG D 0LGGOHEXU\ 8QLRQ Middle   School   student   for   posses-­ sion  of  marijuana  on  school  grounds   on  Dec.  10. Â&#x2021; 6SRNHZLWKDPDQZKRFODLPHG someone  had  stolen  money  from  his   wallet  while  he  was  at  Two  Brothers   Tavern  on  Main  Street  on  Dec.  10. Â&#x2021; 5HVSRQGHG WR D WUXDQF\ UHSRUW at   Middlebury   Union   High   School   on  Dec.  10. Â&#x2021; ,QYHVWLJDWHG D FRPSODLQW DERXW

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a  man  singing  loudly  on  Main  Street   on   Dec.   11.   Police   interviewed   the   man,   who   said   he   simply   enjoys   singing   loudly   â&#x20AC;&#x201D;   especially   tunes   from  Sister  Hazel  and  Led  Zeppelin.   Police  asked  the  man  to  sing  quieter   when  people  are  nearby. Â&#x2021; 5HFHLYHG D UHSRUW RI VRPHRQH GULYLQJ DZD\ IURP 0DSOHÂżHOGV RQ North  Pleasant  Street  without  paying   for  gasoline  on  Dec.  11. Â&#x2021; $VVLVWHG D &URVV 6WUHHW PDQ with  mental  health  issues  on  Dec.  12. Â&#x2021; ,QYHVWLJDWHGDKHDGRQWZRFDU crash  on  Court  Street  Extension  near   The   Centre   shopping   plaza   on   Dec.   12.  Police  said  one  person  involved   in  the  crash  was  taken  to  Porter  Hos-­ pital  for  observation. Â&#x2021; 5HVSRQGHG WR WZR WUXDQF\ UH-­ ports  at  MUMS  on  Dec.  12. Â&#x2021; )XOÂżOOHGDUHTXHVWE\WKH&RXQ-­ VHOLQJ6HUYLFHRI$GGLVRQ&RXQW\RQ Dec.  13  to  take  a  person  to  the  South   Pleasant  Street  warming  shelter. Â&#x2021; ,QYHVWLJDWHGDRQHFDUDFFLGHQW with   property   damage,   on   Hillcrest  

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Road  on  Dec.  13. Â&#x2021; 5HVSRQGHG WR D FDUGHHU DFFL-­ dent   on   Seminary   Street   Extension   on   Dec.   13.   Police   said   no   one   in   the  vehicle  was  injured  and  the  deer   could  not  be  found. Â&#x2021; 5HFHLYHGDUHSRUWWKDWVRPHMHZ-­ elry   had   been   stolen   from   the   Gulf   station/convenience   store   on   Court   6WUHHW RQ 'HF $Q LQYHVWLJDWLRQ into  the  matter  continues. Â&#x2021; &KHFNHG RQ D PDQ ZKR ZDV sleeping  in  a  vehicle  parked  off  Bak-­ ery   Lane   at   around   3   a.m.   on   Dec.   13.  Police  said  the  man  was  OK. Â&#x2021; :DUQHGWKUHHF\FOLVWVIRUULGLQJ without  lighting  after  dark  on  Court   Street  on  Dec.  13. Â&#x2021; 4XHVWLRQHGDPDQVLWWLQJLQDFDU parked  behind  a  closed  business  off   MacIntyre   Lane   shortly   after   mid-­ night  on  Dec.  14.  Police  said  the  man   was  resting  a  little  prior  to  continu-­ ing  his  travels. Â&#x2021; :HUH DVNHG E\ 3RUWHU +RVSLWDO RIÂżFLDOV WR DVVLVW LQ FRQWUROOLQJ D combative,  drunken  patient  who  was   being   transported   from   Rutland   on   Dec.  15.  Police  said  the  patient  had   calmed  down  by  the  time  he  arrived   at  the  hospital. Â&#x2021; $VVLVWHGD&URVV6WUHHWUHVLGHQW who   was   having   a   mental   health   breakdown  on  Dec.  16.

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/,1&2/1²:HOOWKHÂłELJVWRUP´ came   and   went   and   mostly,   up   here,   all  we  got  was  wind,  with  some  drifts   here   and   there.   On   Sunday   morning   after   church,   the   roads   were   horrid   â&#x20AC;&#x201D;   snow   on   top   of   the   sand   and   salt   mixture,   with   the   road   re-­frozen   be-­ neath,  made  it  like  driving  on  grease.   I  wasnâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;t  sure  I  would  get  my  grand-­ daughter  and  her  smaller  cousin  home   from   Sunday   school   without   sliding   off  the  road,  but  we  got  there  safely,   and   then   I   made   it   home   OK.   The   GLUWURDGVZHUHÂżQH+RSHDOORI\RX stayed  warm  and  did  all  your  baking   that  day. 2XU&KULVWPDVWUHHLVÂżQDOO\XS0\ husband  cut  a  tall  one  from  out  back   that   he   planted   (along   with   2   dozen   others)   about   20   years   ago.   Had   to   cut  the  whole  tree  down,  which  was   very  sparse,  except  for  the  top  8  feet.   It  looks  beautiful,  even  with  the  very   top  of  it  going  through  the  heat  vent   hole   in   the   ceiling   (warmth   for   up-­

stairs)  as  he  hated  to  cut  it  off. Remember   the   Christmas   Tea   on   Saturday,   Dec.   21,   at   the   United   &KXUFK RI /LQFROQ IURP  SP This  is  a  time  for  adults  to  gather  in   the  decorated  sanctuary  for  a  time  of   fellowship,  music,  readings  and  great   refreshments.   The   outside   tree   is   re-­ ally  growing  and  also  looks  wonder-­ ful  this  year  with  all  the  lights. ,I\RXDUHÂżQGLQJLWGLIÂżFXOWWRSLFN a  gift  for  a  certain  someone,  donâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;t  for-­ get  two  of  Vermontâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s  staples  â&#x20AC;&#x201D;  ma-­ ple  syrup  and  honey.  These  are  only   two  of  the  yummy  made-­in-­Vermont   food  items  that  we  Vermont  folks  ap-­ preciate   receiving.   (Chocolates   are   another.) If   you   have   not   gotten   to   see   the   hand-­carved   Christmas   ornaments   created  by  George  Lang  and  the  pho-­ tos  of  Cuba  by  John  and  Mary  Gemi-­ gnani,  remember  they  are  only  at  the   library   through   December,   and   this   PRQWKLVĂ&#x20AC;\LQJE\

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I   understand   that   in   the   religious   services   section   the   Christmas   Tea   info  got  mixed  up  with  the  Christmas   Eve   services   info.   Please   notice   the   above   information   for   the   Christmas   Tea.  The  following  is  for  the  United   Church   of   Lincoln   Christmas   Eve   Services:   On  Dec.  24  at  6:30  p.m.  the  Christ-­ mas  Eve  Service  of  Carols  and  Can-­ dlelight   is   geared   for   families   with   young  children.  Bring  your  little  ones   and   perhaps   they   will   wish   to   take   part  â&#x20AC;&#x201D;  we  always  need  more  sheep,   shepherds  and  angels.  The  8:30  p.m.   service   is   the   Traditional   Service   of   Carols  and  Candlelight  with  the  mes-­ VDJH Âľ*RG 6WLOO 6XUSULVHV´$W  p.m.  the  Midnight  Service  with  Com-­ munion,   Carols   and   Candlelight   is   a   peaceful   time   to   relax   and   enjoy   the   real  meaning  of  the  season. Thank  you  for  your  interest  in  this   column   and   I   hope   everyone   has   a   very  merry  Christmas.

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+$1&2&. ² 7KH &RPPXQLW\ Church   of   Hancock   and   Granville   would   like   to   thank   all   those   who   made  our  annual  Christmas  Bazaar  a   success.  People  who  set  up,  vendors,   patrons  and  clean  up:  Thank  you. Join  us  Tuesday,  Dec.  24,  at  6  p.m.   for   our   Christmas   Eve   Candlelight   6HUYLFH$OODUHZHOFRPH The  Community  Church  of  Han-­

cock  and  Granville  is  looking  for  a   music  director  for  1-­1/2  to  2  hours   on  Sundays.  This  person  should  be   able  to  play  the  piano  and/or  organ.   This   person   will   also   be   picking   out   the   hymns   and   working   with   the   choir   in   preparing   an   anthem   for  Sundays.  If  youâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;re  interested  in   this   position   please   contact   Roger   &RPHV DW  IRU PRUH GH-­

tails. The   Community   Church   is   also   selling  high-­quality  2014  calendars,   Christmas   cards   and   Rada   paring   knives.  These  will  be  sold  at  our  din-­ ners  but  you  can  also  contact  Roger   &RPHV DW  LI \RX ZRXOG like   to   purchase   any   of   these   items   for  yourself  or  as  gifts.  Check  us  out   RQ)DFHERRNDVZHOO

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Winter  manure  spreading  ban  in  effect Leahy

VERMONT   â&#x20AC;&#x201D;   The   Agency   of   Agriculture,  Food,  and  Markets  is  issu-­ ing  a  reminder  that  the  winter  manure   spreading  ban  is  once  again  in  effect  as   of  Dec.  15. This  annual  ban  is  part  of  an  overall   strategy   to   protect   the   stateâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s   work-­ ing   landscape   and   natural   resources,   as   outlined   in   Vermontâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s   Accepted   Agricultural   Practices   (AAPs).   The   agency   works   closely   with   farmers   across   the   state   to   ensure   that   their   farming  operations  are  complying  with   the  AAPs. Manure   spreading   is   a   common   practice   in   Vermont   agriculture   that   enriches   the   soil   for   production.   The   manure   spreading   ban   is   a   regulation   that  has  been  in  place  since  1995  under   the   Accepted   Agricultural   Practice   rules.   Vermont   was   a   leading   state   in   developing  such  a  ban.  In  recent  years   several   other   states   have   considered   adopting,   or   have   adopted,   the   idea.   Research  has  shown  that  manure  appli-­ cations  on  frozen  ground  can  increase   the  runoff  potential. Vermont  chose  to  select  a  ban  period  

from   Dec.   15   to  April   1   each   year   to   protect   water   quality;Íž   however   the   agency  has  discretion  with  those  dates   to   accommodate   unusual   circum-­ stances.  As   an   example,   in   the   spring   of  2012,  the  ban  was  lifted  early,  due  to   unusually  dry  conditions  in  Vermont,  a   result  of  the  warm  winter. During  the  ban,  farmers  must  either   have  a  storage  structure  that  is  capable   of   holding   all   manure   produced   from   Dec.  15  to  April  1,  which  is  107  days,   or  they  must  be  able  to  stack  all  manure   produced  in  a  way  that  will  not  lead  to   water  quality  impacts. When  stacking  manure,  AAPs  require   that  stacking  sites  be  located  more  than   100  feet  from  private  wells  or  property   boundaries.  In  addition,  manure  cannot   be  stacked  on  unimproved  sites  within   100   feet   of   surface   water,   or   on   land   WKDWLVVXEMHFWWRDQQXDORYHUĂ&#x20AC;RZIURP adjacent  waters.  In  all  these  situations,   however,  farmers  have  the  opportunity   to  demonstrate  to  the  secretary  of  agri-­ culture  that  no  alternative  sites  exist  to   enable  them  to  meet  these  restrictions. For   more   information   about   the  

manure  spreading  ban,  or  for  assistance   in  the  selection  of  appropriate  manure   stacking  sites,  call  the  agency  at  (802)   828-­3475. Requesting   a   Manure   Spreading   Ban  Exemption Under   Vermontâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s   Accepted   Agricultural   Practices   (AAPs)   regula-­ tions,   manure   spreading   ban   exemp-­ tions   are   available   to   farmers   that   are   experiencing   an   emergency   situation   DQGÂżQGWKHPVHOYHVZLWKOHVVWKDQVXIÂż-­ cient  manure  storage  to  make  it  through   the   manure   spreading   ban   (107   days).   Emergency   situations   can   include,   but   are  not  limited  to,  the  structural  failure   of  a  manure  storage  system,  equipment   failure,   etc.   Exemptions   can   also   be   LVVXHG IRU RWKHU VSHFLÂżF PDQDJHPHQW needs. )DUPHUV ÂżQGLQJ WKHPVHOYHV LQ WKLV situation   should   call   the   Agency   of   Agriculture   at   (802)   828-­3475   as   soon   as   possible.   We   will   send   an   Agricultural   Resource   Specialist   or   Field  Agent  out  to  meet  with  you  and   discuss   your   situation.   Information   will  be  collected  from  you  in  order  to  

determine   how   much   manure   your   operation   produces   on   a   daily   basis,   how  much,  if  any,  surface  runoff  (rain   fall  or  snow  melt)  may  be  entering  your   pit,  what  land  base  you  have  available   for   spreading,   and   the   proximity   of   water  resources  to  your  operation.  If  the   Agency  determines  that  an  emergency   situation  exists  and  you  have  no  alter-­ natives   for   the   management   of   your   manure,   an   exemption   will   be   issued   for  your  operation.  The  exemption  will   specify   the   amount   of   manure   to   be   VSUHDG WKH ¿HOGV VXLWDEOH IRU PDQXUH application,  and  the  dates  during  which   you   will   be   allowed   to   spread.   Fields   will  be  selected  that  have  the  least  like-­ lihood   of   generating   runoff   to   surface   waters. Exemptions  are  not  intended  to  allow   for   continued   daily   spreading   for   the   duration  of  the  ban,  but  are  designed  to   allow  for  the  application  of  the  required   amount  of  manure  over  a  period  of  3  to   5   days.   For   more   information   regard-­ ing  the  manure  spreading  ban  exemp-­ tion  process,    call  the  Agency  at  (802)   828-­3475.

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The   Senate   passed   a   new   bill   including   the   Dairy   Security   Act,   which   would   replace   current   dairy   support   programs   with   a   margin   insurance   program   and   a   supply   management   program   intended   to   bring   a   halt   to   large   swings   in   the   price  of  milk. Leahy  noted  that  the  initial  ideas   for   those   programs   came   from   Vermont  and  had  won  broad  support   from  dairy  farmers  across  the  coun-­ try,  in  part  because  of  the  lobbying   efforts   of   Franklin   County-­based   Dairy  Farmers  Working  Together. House   Speaker   John   Boeher,   R-­Ohio,   has   opposed   the   supply   management   program   and   it   was   dropped  from  the  House  version  of   the  Farm  Bill. Currently,  dairy  farmers  are  enjoy-­ ing   a   comfortable   price   for   their   milk,  in  part  because  of  an  increase   in  exports,  and  low  grain  prices.  But   Leahy  reminded  the  small  crowd  in   St.  Albans  that  things  were  consid-­ erably  less  rosy  in  2009  when  farm-­ ers  were  receiving  less  than  the  cost   of  production  for  their  milk. â&#x20AC;&#x153;We   donâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;t   write   farm   bills   for   the  good  times,â&#x20AC;?  he  said.  â&#x20AC;&#x153;We  write   them  for  the  bad  times.â&#x20AC;? â&#x20AC;&#x153;If   we   donâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;t   get   rid   of   the   vola-­ tility,  weâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;ll  be  right  back  where  we   were,â&#x20AC;?  said  Leahy. Dairy   economist   Bob  Wellington   of   Agrimark,   also   present   at   the   Leahy   event,   has   found   that   large   swings  in  milk  prices  can  be  traced   to  very  small  changes  in  the  supply   of   milk.   The   supply   management   program  is  intended  to  signal  farm-­ ers   when   the   supply   is   exceeding   the   demand   so   farmers   can   reduce   production   and   avoid   a   dramatic   drop   in   prices   like   those   seen   in   2006  and  2009. Neither   farmers   nor   consumers   EHQHÂżW IURP WKH SULFH VZLQJV VDLG Wellington,  since  bottlers  and  other   dairy   manufacturers   donâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;t   typi-­ cally   pass   their   reduced   costs   onto   consumers.   In   2009,   Dean   Foods,   WKH ODUJHVW ERWWOHU RI Ă&#x20AC;XLG PLON LQ WKH86UHSRUWHGUHFRUGSURÂżWVIRU example. â&#x20AC;&#x153;Farmers   get   hurt.   Consumers   GRQÂśWEHQHÂżW´VDLG:HOOLQJWRQ The   margin   insurance   program   partially   insures   dairy   farmers   against  rising  feed  prices  or  falling   milk  prices,  or  a  combination  of  the   two.  An  insurance  program  without   a   supply   management   program   to   eliminate   price   swings   would   end   up   costing   the   government   more   than   current   dairy   programs,   said   Wellington.   â&#x20AC;&#x153;Weâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;re   going   to   have   a  budget  buster  a  year  or  two  from   now,â&#x20AC;?   he   said.   â&#x20AC;&#x153;Thereâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s   no   way   to   correct  the  marketplace.â&#x20AC;? Boehner   has   argued   that   the   supply   management   program   inter-­ feres  with  the  free  market. â&#x20AC;&#x153;There   isnâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;t   a   free   market   in   dairy,â&#x20AC;?   said   Wellington.     Indeed,   the   price   of   milk   is   actually   set   by   the   USDA   based   upon   the   price   of   cheese   on   the   Chicago   Mercantile   Exchange. The  supply  management  program   is  a  marketplace  solution  to  the  vola-­ tility  of  dairy  prices,  in  Wellingtonâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s   view.  â&#x20AC;&#x153;Youâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;d  think  they  also  would   like  a  marketplace  solution,â&#x20AC;?  he  said   of  House  Republicans. CONSERVATION  AND OTHER  PROGRAMS The   Farm   Bill   also   includes   multiple   conservation   programs,   representing  potentially  $15  million   for   water   quality   work   in  Vermont,   according   to   Vermont   Secretary   of   Agriculture   Chuck   Ross.   â&#x20AC;&#x153;That   is   critical,â&#x20AC;?  he  said. Ross  also  spoke  of  the  importance   of  the  energy,  organic  and  research   programs  in  the  bill.   If   farmers   are   to   be   able   to   feed   9   billion   people   then   funds   for   research  are  needed  now,  said  Ross. Several  programs  also  are  crucial   to   support   the   continued   growth   RI GLYHUVLÂżHG DJULFXOWXUH KH suggested. Ross   said   his   counterparts   in   every   other   U.S.   state   support   the   passage  of  the  farm  bill. The  bill,  he  said,  is  â&#x20AC;&#x153;critical  to  our   future.â&#x20AC;?


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ALCOHOLICS   ANONY-­ M O U S   M I D D L E B U RY   MEETINGS   THURSDAY:   Big   Book   Meeting   Noon-­ 1:00  PM  at  the  Turning  Point   PARTY  RENTALS;  CHINA,   Center  in  the  Marbleworks,   flatware,  glassware,  linens.   Middlebury.  Speaker  Meet-­ Delivery  available.  802-­388-­ ing  7:30-­8:30  PM  at  St.  Ste-­ phenâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s  Church,  Main  St.(On   4831. the  Green).

ALCOHOLICS   ANONY-­ MOUS   BRANDON   MEET-­ INGS:  Monday,  Discussion   Meeting   7:30-­8:30   PM.   Wednesday,  12  Step  Meet-­ ing  7:00-­8:00  PM.  Friday,  12   Step  Meeting  7:00-­8:00  PM.   All   held   at   the   St.  Thomas   Episcopal   Church,   RT   7   South.

CONSTRUCTION:   ADDI-­ TIONS,   RENOVATIONS,   new   construction,   drywall,   carpentry,  painting,  flooring,   roofing,   pressure   washing,   driveway  sealing.  All  aspects   of  construction,  also  property   maintenance.  Steven  Fifield   802-­989-­0009.

ALCOHOLICS   ANONY-­ M O U S   M I D D L E B U RY   MEETINGS  WEDNESDAY:   Big  Book  Meeting  7:15-­8:15   AM  is  held  at  the  Middlebury   United   Methodist   Church   on  N.  Pleasant  Street.  Dis-­ cussion  Meeting  Noon-­1:00   PM.  Womenâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s  Meeting  5:30-­ 6:30  PM.  Both  held  at  The   Turning  Point  Center  in  the   Marbleworks,  Middlebury.

ALCOHOLICS   ANONY-­ MOUS   BRISTOL   MEET-­ INGS:   Sunday,   Discussion   Meeting   4:00-­5:00   PM.   Wednesday,  12  Step  Meet-­ ing   7:00-­8:00   PM.   Friday,   Big  Book  Meeting,  6:00-­7:00   PM.  All  held  at  the  Federated   Church,  Church  St.

THE   HELENBACH   CAN-­ CER   Support   Group   is   an   independent  group  of  people   who  are  dealing  with,  have   dealt   with,   and   who   know   people  with  cancer.  We  meet   on  an  irregularly  regular  ba-­ sis   (if   there   is   a   need,   we   meet!)  at  the  Mary  Johnson   Child   Care   Center   on   Wa-­ ter  St.  in  Middlebury.  Good   home-­made   treats   are   al-­ ways  available  and  all  meet-­ ings   are   free.   Our   theme   song  has  been  Bill  Witherâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s   â&#x20AC;&#x153;Lean   on   Me,   when   youâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;re   not  strong,  Iâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;ll  be  your  friend,   Iâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;ll   help   you   carry   on..for   it   wonâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;t  be  long,  â&#x20AC;&#x2DC;til  Iâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;m  gonna   need,  somebody  to  lean  on.â&#x20AC;?   Come  be  a  leaner,  be  a  sup-­ porter,  be  part  of  something   that  gives  strength  by  shar-­ ing  love.  Call  802-­388-­6107   with  questions.

DOG   TEAM   CATERING.   Seating  up  to  300,  plus  bar   available,  Middlebury  VFW.   Full  menus.  802-­388-­4831,   dogteamcatering.net  .

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SEEKING  DWIGHT  DAVID   GORDON,  who  lived  in  Ver-­ gennes   in   the   early   1960s   and  knew  Pop  Briggs.  Write   ALCOHOLICS   ANONY-­ Virginia,  98  Brown  Hill  Road,   M O U S   M I D D L E B U RY   Wolcott,  VT  05680. MEETINGS  TUESDAY:  11th   Step   Meeting   Noon-­1:00   PM.  ALTEEN   Group.   Both   Public  Meetings held   at   Turning   Point,   228   Maple  Street.  12  Step  Meet-­ AL-­ANON:   FOR   FAMI-­ ing  Noon-­1:00  PM.  12  Step   LIES   and   friends   affected   Meeting  7:30-­8:30  PM.  Both   by   someoneâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s   drinking.   held   at   The   Turning   Point   Members   share   experi-­ Center  in  The  Marbleworks,   ence,  strength  and  hope  to   Middlebury. solve   common   problems.   N e w c o m e r s   w e l c o m e .   ALCOHOLICS   ANONY-­ Confidential.   St.   Stephenâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s   M O U S   M I D D L E B U RY   Church  (use  front  side  door   MEETINGS   MONDAY:   As   and   go   to   second   floor)   in   Bill   Sees   It   Meeting   Noon-­ Middlebury,   Sunday   nights   1:00  PM.  Big  Book  Meeting   7:15-­8:15pm. 7:30-­8:30   PM.   Both   held   at   The   Turning   Point   Cen-­ ALATEEN:   FOR   YOUNG   ter   in   T   he   Marbleworks,   PEOPLE   whoâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;ve   been   af-­ Middlebury. fected  by  someoneâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s  drink-­ ing.  Members  share  experi-­ ALCOHOLICS   ANONY-­ ence,  strength,  hope  to  solve   M O U S   M I D D L E B U RY   common   problems.   Meets   MEETINGS   SUNDAY:   12   Wednesdays   7:15-­8:15pm   Step   Meeting   9:00-­10:00   downstairs  in  Turning  Point   AM  held  at  the  Middlebury   Center   of  Addison   County   United  Methodist  Church  on   in  Middlebury  Marbleworks.   N.  Pleasant  Street.  Discus-­ (Al-­Anon   meets   at   same   sion  Meeting  1:00-­2:00  PM   time  nearby  at  St.  Stephens   held   at   The   Turning   Point   Church). Center  in  The  Marbleworks,   Middlebury. ALCOHOLICS   ANONY-­ M O U S   M I D D L E B U RY   ALCOHOLICS   ANONY-­ MEETINGS   SATURDAY:   MOUS  NEW  HAVEN  MEET-­ Discussion   Meeting   9:00-­ INGS:   Monday,   Big   Book   10:00  AM  at  the  Middlebury   Meeting  7:30-­8:30  PM  at  the   United   Methodist   Church.   Congregational  Church,  New   Discussion   Meeting   10:00-­ Haven  Village  Green. 11:00  AM.  Womenâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s  Meeting   Noon-­1:00   PM.   Beginnersâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;   ALCOHOLICS   ANONY-­ Meeting   6:30-­7:30   PM.   MOUS   RIPTON   MEET-­ These   three   meetings   are   INGS:   Monday,   As   Bill   held   at   The   Turning   Point   Sees   It   Meeting   7:15-­8:15   Center  in  The  Marbleworks,   AM.   Thursday,   Grapevine   Meeting  6:00-­7:00  PM.  Both   Middlebury. held   at   Ripton   Firehouse,   ALCOHOLICS   ANONY-­ Dugway  Rd. M O U S   M I D D L E B U RY   MEETINGS   FRIDAY:   Dis-­ cussion  Meeting  Noon-­1:00   PM  at  The  Turning  Point  in   The   Marbleworks,   Middle-­ bury.

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ALCOHOLICS   ANONY-­ M O U S   V E R G E N N E S   MEETINGS:   Sunday,   12   Step  Meeting  7:00-­8:00  PM.   Friday,  Discussion  Meeting   8:00-­9:00   PM.   Both   held   at   St.   Paulâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s   Church,   Park   Services St.   Tuesday,   Discussion   Meeting   7:00-­8:00   PM,   at   the  Congregational  Church,   C H A I N   S AW   C H A I N S   sharpened.   Call   802-­759-­ Water  St. 2095. ALCOHOLICS   ANONY-­ M O U S   N O R T H   F E R -­ RISBURGH   MEETINGS:   Help  Wanted Sunday,   Daily   Reflections   Meeting  6:00-­7:00  PM,  at  the   United   Methodist   Church,   Old  Hollow  Rd.

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PRIVATE   CARE   GIVING   Services.   20   yearsâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;   expe-­ rience.   References.   Call   FREE  HOUSE  CATS!  Many   Leigh.  802-­282-­1903. to  choose  from.  Spayed  and   neutered.  Good  homes  only.   Call   802-­388-­1410.   1683   Dog  Team  Rd.,  New  Haven. S M A L L   C A R P E N T RY   JOBS,   property   mainte-­ nance   and   repairs.   Brush   Work  Wanted trimming,   hedge   trimming,   light  trucking.  Geneâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s  Prop-­ CHILDCARE   OPENINGS.   DEVELOPMENTAL  HOME   erty  Management,  Leicester,   Infants  through  school  age;   PROVIDER  for  live-­in  client   VT.   Fully   insured.   Call   for   in  home,  registered  daycare.   or  respite  care.  36  years  ex-­ a   free   estimate,   802-­349-­ Associateâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s  degree  in  ECE.   Call  Lori  at  388-­2254. perience.  State  background   6579. check   completed.   State   Agency  and  past  client  fam-­ SNOW   PLOWING   AND   ily  references  provided.  Call   sanding  services.  802-­352-­ 1034,  802-­349-­5457. Doreen  at  802-­247-­4409. HAS   YOUR   BUILDING   SNOW  PLOWING  call  453-­ shifted   or   settled?   Contact   3495  or  349-­7156.





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ELECTRICIANS Omega Electric Construction Co. has immediate openings with long term job opportunities for licensed electricians as well as apprentices. Omega offers a competitive salary along with an excellent benefit package. EOE Women and minorities are encouraged to apply. Please respond by contacting Sam at statro@omegavt.com or you may call 802-862-0517 x219

METICULOUS   RESIDEN-­ TIAL  CLEANING  Services.   12  yearsâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;  experience.  Fully   insured.   Call   Leigh.   802-­ 282-­1903.

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BRAIN  INJURY  SUPPORT   GROUP:   Survivors,   family   members   and   care   givers   are   invited   to   share   their   experience  in  a  safe,  secure   and   confidential   environ-­ ment.   Meets   monthly   on   the   second   Tuesday   from   6:00pm   to   8:00pm   at   the   Hannaford   Career   Center,   Room   208   (second   floor,   an   elevator   is   available)   in   Middlebury.  For  more  infor-­ mation,  contact  Lisa  Bernar-­ din  802-­388-­2720. NA   MEETINGS   MIDDLE-­ BURY:  Mondays,  6pm,  held   at  The  Turning  Point  Center   located  in  The  Marbleworks. NA   MEETINGS   MIDDLE-­ BURY:   Fridays,   7:30pm,   held   at   the   Turning   Point   Center  located  in  the  Marble   Works.

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Christmas Dinner Volunteers Living Well, a community care home in Bristol, is seeking volunteers to join them for a holiday dinner on Christmas day from 11:30-1:00. Volunteers would serve the residents, enjoy a delicious meal together, and then help clean up following the festivities. Please call 388-7044 for more information. Thank you!

L o c a l age n c ie s c a n p o s t t h e i r v o l u n te e r ne e d s w i t h Th e Vo l u n te e r C e n te r by c a l l i ng RSV P at 388-7044.

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Public Works Administrative Assistant The Town of Middlebury seeks friendly, pleasant candidates with outstanding customer service skills and the ability to work in a team environment for the position of Public Works Assistant. Work involves: receiving inquiries from residents both on the phone and in person and tracking such inquiries through to resolution; invoice and payroll processing; and utility billing. Graduation from a standard senior high school is required, preferably supplemented by successful completion of a business course in bookkeeping or a closely related field, and one year of increasingly responsible bookkeeping and clerical experience. Experience in a municipal public works office, engineering firm or a construction contractorâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s office is highly desirable as well. This position is full-time with a competitive salary and benefits package.

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EXPERIENCED   VETERI-­ NARY  TECHNICIAN  wanted   for  a  small  animal  veterinary   hospital  in  Middlebury.  Full-­ time  with  benefits.  The  suc-­ cessful  candidate  will  have   good   animal   and   people   skills  and  enjoy  working  in  a   team-­oriented  environment.   Apply  to  Middlebury  Animal   Hospital,   139   Washington   St.   Ext.,   Middlebury,   VT   05753   or   middleburyah@ gmail.com  .

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CLASSIFIEDS For  Rent BRIDPORT   VILLAGE;   ONE   bedroom   apartment,   4   rooms,   with   porch  /  lawn.   Washer  /  dryer,  heat  /  hot  wa-­ ter   included.   No   smoking,   no  pets.  References.  $775  /   month  plus  security  deposit.   Only  living  unit  in  building.   For  more  information,  Char-­ lie  802-­758-­2218. BRISTOL   2   BEDROOM   1   Bath   efficient   gas   heat   and   new   windows.   Excel-­ lent  condition.  Water,  sewer   and  WiFi  included.  No  pets   or   smoking.   $850  /  month.   802-­453-­4670. BRISTOL,  3  BEDROOM,  2   full   bathrooms,   private,   on   dead  end  road,  $1200.00  a   month,  1st  and  last  monthâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s,   plus  security  deposit,  lease   and  credit  application.  Call   453-­3062   or   349-­8383   to   view,  ask  for  Mary.

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SELF   STORAGE,   8â&#x20AC;&#x2122;X10â&#x20AC;&#x2122;   FIREWOOD,   DRY,   CUT,   units.  Your  lock  and  key,  $50   split.  $190  /  cord.  You  truck.   /  month.   Middlebury,   802-­ 802-­247-­6061. 558-­6092. FIREWOOD;   CUT,   SPLIT   SHOREHAM;  2  BEDROOM   and   delivered.   Green   or   trailer.   $650.   monthly   plus   seasoned.  Call  Tom  Shepa-­ deposit.  No  utilities  includ-­ rd,  802-­453-­4285. ed.   Pets   welcome.   Call   Sandy  802-­897-­2060,  leave   FIREWOOD;   CUT,   SPLIT   and   delivered.   Call   for   in-­ message. formation.  247-­9782. S T O R A G E   S PA C E S ,   11â&#x20AC;&#x2122;X28â&#x20AC;&#x2122;.   Large   overhead   MIXED  HARDWOOD,  PAR-­ doors,   extra   high   ceilings.   TIALLY   seasoned.   Cut,   Will   accommodate   large   split,  delivered.  $190  /  cord.   campers,   boats   or   lots   of   Also  trees  cut  and  removed.   Please  leave  message,  802-­ stuff.  Call  802-­388-­8394. 282-­9110. VERGENNES;   285   MAIN   Street,   available   now.   2   MOUNTAIN   ROAD   FIRE-­ bedroom   apartment.   Full   WOOD.   Green   and   dry   bath,  laundry  hookups,  large   available.  Oak,  ash,  maple,   porch,  new  kitchen,  parking,   beech.  Order  now  and  save   heat  and  hot  water  includ-­ for   next   season.   Cut,   split   ed.   $890  /  month.   Call   only   and   delivered.   Call   802-­ 759-­2095. 8am-­8pm.  802-­349-­8405.

SAFE   WOOD   PELLET   HEAT:   Maxim   Outdoor   Wood   Pellet   furnace   by   Central   Boiler   can   reduce   WEST   ADDISON   com-­ your  heating  bills  by  50%  or   pletely   furnished   2   bed-­ more.  Boivin  Farm  Supply.   room   apartment.   Located   802-­236-­2389. on   Lake   Champlain.   No   pets.  Available  immediately.   Real  Estate   BRISTOL;   3   BEDROOM   Rent  includes  utilities.  Call   apartment.   Includes   heat,   802-­759-­2382. Wanted water,  hot  water,  lawn  care,   WANTED:  TO  PURCHASE   snow  removal,  appliances.   from  owner,  open  land,  2  to   $1080  /  month.  Call  802-­453-­ 100  acres.  802-­558-­6092. 2566. BRISTOL,   ROUTE   116.   Cottage,  furnished,  private,   beautiful   setting,   walking   trails,  4.5  acres.  W/D,  jet  tub.   Non-­smoking.  References.   $850  /  mo.  6  month  rental  or   possible  long  term.  Available   1-­1-­14.  Call  520-­481-­5801.

WEEKLY  RENTALS  AVAIL-­ ABLE.   Contact   802-­388-­ 4091  and  802-­388-­4935.

C L I M AT E   C O N T R O L   STORAGE   now   available   in   New   Haven.   Call   802-­ 388-­4138.

Real  Estate MIDDLEBURY;   INDUS-­ TRIAL   PARK.   Available   2   acres,  lease  or  build  to  suit.   802-­558-­6092.

CORNWALL  EFFICIENCY   APARTMENT   clean   and   quiet.   $650   includes   all.   989-­8124.

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LEICESTER;  1  BEDROOM   apartment.   $675.   Heat   in-­ cluded.  References,  deposit,   lease.  802-­349-­9733.

HAY   FOR   SALE:   First   cut  $3  /  square  bale.  First   cut  round  bales  $30.  Mike   Quinn,  end  of  South  Munger   Street,   Middlebury.   802-­ 388-­7828.

M I D D L E B U RY,   F U R -­ NISHED   APARTMENT.   Large  living  room,  kitchen,   bedroom,   bath.   $795  /  mo.   All   utilities   included.   802-­ 388-­4251.

HAY  FOR  SALE:  First  and   second   cut.   Call   802-­352-­ 4686.

MIDDLEBURY;   2   BED-­ ROOM,  1.5  bath  condo  with   garage.   Updated   and   new   appliances.  $1000  /  mo.  plus   Want  to  Rent utilities.  Call  Karen  at  Lang,   McLaughry   Real   Estate,   OFFICE   SHARE   WANT-­ 802-­388-­1977. ED.   2   holistic   health   care   NEW   HAVEN:   Very   nice,   practitioners  seek  part-­time   sunny,   special   apartment.   wheelchair-­accessible  treat-­ Views,  deck,  garden  space.   ment   room   in   Middlebury   No  pets,  no  smoking.  Refer-­ with   waiting   room,   bath-­ ences,   lease.   $850  /  month   room,   parking   access.   plus  utilities.  802-­236-­2040. Barbara   Clearbridge,   802-­ 324-­9149 PANTON;  GREAT  LOCA-­ TION,   Lake   Champlain   views.   Totally   renovated   Wood  Heat house,  2  bedrooms,  2  baths,   new   kitchen,   fully   appli-­ DRY   HARDWOOD   FIRE-­ anced,   garage   space.   No   WOOD.   Cut,   split,   cov-­ pets,   no   smoking.   $1400  /   ered.   2   plus   cords,   $500.   mo.   plus   utilities.   Contact   delivered  in  Addison  County.   Nancy   Larrow   877-­6462,   802-­453-­4235. Lang  McLaughry  Real  Es-­ tate.

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HAY   FOR   SALE:   Small   square  bales.  First  cut  and   mulch.   Delivery   available.   Call   for   pricing.   802-­453-­ 4481,   802-­349-­9281,   or   802-­989-­1004. NEW   HOLLAND   T1530-­   250TL   Loader,   200   hours.   Winco  PTO  Generator.  Call   802-­247-­6735. SAWDUST;  STORED  AND   undercover.  Large  tandem   silage  truck  $627,  delivered.   Large   single   axle   dump   $259,  delivered.  Single  axle   dump  $192,  delivered.  Pick   up   and   loading   also   avail-­ able.  Phone  order  and  credit   cards   accepted.   802-­453-­ 2226.  Bagged  shavings  in   stock.  $5.50  per  bag.

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CITY OF VERGENNES PUBLIC HEARING NOTICE

    Notice   is   hereby   given   that   the   Development   Review   Board   will   hold   a   public   hearing   on   Monday,   January   6,   2014  at  7  p.m.  in  City  Hall  for  the  following   purpose:     To   consider   the   request   by   Simmonds   Precision   Products,   Inc.   for   site   plan   approval   and   conditional   use   approval   to   construct   an   accessory   structure   associated   with   the   temporary   storage   of   construction   and   demolition   waste   and   scrap   metal   and   to   locate   two   storage   containers  on  a  concrete  foundation  at  100   Panton  Road.    The  request  will  be  reviewed   pursuant   to   Articles   VII   and   VIII   of   the   zoning  and  subdivision  regulations.     A   copy   of   the   site   plan   and   building   elevations  are  available  for  public  review  in   WKH&LW\&OHUNœV2I¿FH December  11,  2013 12/19                          Mel  Hawley,  Zoning  Administrator

PROBATE  DIVISION DOCKET  NO.  15966 STATE  OF  VERMONT DISTRICT  OF  ADDISON,  SS. IN  RE  THE  ESTATE  OF COLEEN  F.  BECK NOTICE  TO  CREDITORS To   the   creditors   of   the   estate   of   Coleen   F.   Beck  late  of  Middlebury,  Vermont. I   have   been   appointed   to   administer   this   estate.   All   creditors   having   claims   against   the  decedent  or  the  estate  must  present  their   claims  in  writing  within  four  (4)  months  of  the   ¿UVWSXEOLFDWLRQRIWKLVQRWLFH7KHFODLPPXVW be   presented   to   me   at   the   address   listed   below  with  a  copy  sent  to  the  court.  The  claim   may   be   barred   forever   if   it   is   not   presented   within  the  four  (4)  month  period. Dated:  Dec.  6,  2013 Kenneth  Perine c/o  Dinse,  Knapp,  McAndrew 209  Battery  St. Burlington,  VT  05401 (802)  864-­5751 ndetarnowsky@dinse.com Name  of  Publication:  Addison  Independent Publication  Date:  Dec.  19,  2013 Address  of  Probate  Court:  Addison  Probate   Court,   7   Mahady   Court,   Middlebury,   VT   05753 12/19

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CITY OF VERGENNES PUBLIC HEARING NOTICE

  Notice   is   hereby   given   that   the   Development  Review  Board  will  reconvene   the   public   hearing   on   Monday,   January   6,   2014   at   7:15   p.m.   at   City   Hall   for   the   following  purpose:    To   consider   the   request   by   Rivers   Edge   Associates,   LLC   for   subdivision,   planned   unit   development,   conditional   use   review,   and   local   Act   250   review   to   develop   Claybrook,   a   50-­Lot   subdivision   off   West   Main  Street.    The  request  will  be  reviewed   pursuant   to   the   zoning   and   subdivision   regulations.   A   copy   of   the   subdivision   plat   and   VSHFL¿FDWLRQVLVDYDLODEOHIRUSXEOLFUHYLHZ LQWKH&LW\&OHUNœV2I¿FH December  11,  2013 12/19                          Mel  Hawley,  Zoning  Administrator

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Addison Independent NORTHLANDS JOB CORPS CENTER REQUEST FOR QUOTE

The  Northlands  Job  Corps  Center  locat-­ ed  at  100  A  MacDonough  Dr.,  Vergennes,   VT.   05491   request   the   following   medical   services   vendors   to   submit   bids   on   the   following  services  for  the  Northlands  Job   Corps  Center.   NJCC   Contract   Base   year   (1)   contract   period  beginning: (March  1st  2014  â&#x20AC;&#x201C;  November  30th  2014)   Base  Year  (2)  December  1st  2014  â&#x20AC;&#x201C;   November  30th  2015)   Pricing  to  include  three  (3)  additional   option  years     Medical Services to Include: Center Physician Services Center Mental Health Consultant Services Center Dentist Services Center Optometry Services Bids  must  be  received  by  Date  January   WK DW  SP 6SHFLÂżFDWLRQV PD\ EH obtained   by   contacting   the   Purchasing   Agent,   Annette   Paquette   at   Northlands   Job   Corps   Center   Via   email;  Annette.pa-­ quette@etrky.com  or  802-­877-­0149 The   Northlands   Job   Corps   Center   re-­ serves  the  right  to  accept  or  reject  any  and   all  bids.  Small  Businesses  and  Minorities   are  encouraged  to  reply. â&#x20AC;&#x153;THIS  IS  A  SUBCONTRACTING  OPPORTUNITYâ&#x20AC;? 12/12,  16,  19,  23

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Itâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s  against  the  law   to  discriminate  when   advertising  housing   related  activities. Particularly  on  sites  like  Craigslist. And  itâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s  easier  to  break  the  law  than  you  might   think.  You  canâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;t  say  â&#x20AC;&#x153;no  childrenâ&#x20AC;?  or  â&#x20AC;&#x153;adults  only.â&#x20AC;?   There  is  lots  you  canâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;t  say.  The  federal  government   is  watching  for  such  discrimination. Let  us  help  you  sift  through  the  complexities  of  the  Fair   Housing  Law.  Stay  legal.  Stay  on  the  right  side  of  the   nationâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s  Fair  Housing  Law.   Call  the  Addison  Independent  at  (802)  388-­4944. Talk  to  our  sales  professionals.

Notice  is  hereby  given  that  the  undersigned  will  sell,  to  satisfy  lien  of  owner,  at  public  sale   by  closed  bidding  on  Dec.  21,  2013  at  9:00  a.m.,  at  Bristol  Stor  Mor  Storage  Facility,  located   at  508  Burpee  Road,  Bristol,  Vermont,  the  personal  goods  stored  therein  by  the  following: Unit Size Name â&#x20AC;&#x201C; Address Unit Number 10â&#x20AC;&#x2122;x10â&#x20AC;&#x2122;   Joseph  Hagan  â&#x20AC;&#x201C;  Lincoln,  VT   Unit  #35  C Purchase  must  be  made  with  cash  only  and  paid  for  at  the  time  of  the  sale.  Minimum  bid   required.  All  goods  are  sold  as  is,  where  is,  and  all  items  to  be  removed  from  unit  at  time  of   purchase.  Sale  is  subject  to  adjournment.  A  $50.00  deposit  will  be  required  and  refunded  to   bidder  when  ALL  items  have  been  removed  from  the  unit  and  broom-­cleaned.   The  owners  of  the  storage  facility  reserve  the  right  to  place  a  minimum  bid  on  any  sheds                                                                              12/12,  19 being  sold.                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                          

MORTGAGEEâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;S NOTICE OF FORECLOSURE SALE OF REAL PROPERTY

 As  ordered  by  the  Court  set  forth  below  and  in  connection  with  a  certain  mortgage  given   by   Mark   Hubbell   to   CitiFinancial,   Inc.,   dated  August   23,   2007   and   recorded   in   Book   71   Page  294  of  the  Land  Records  of  the  Town  of  New  Haven,  of  which  mortgage  CitiFinancial,   Inc.   is   still   the   present   holder,   and   in   accordance   with   the   Judgment   Order   and   Decree   of   Foreclosure   entered   May   18,   2009   in   the   action   entitled   CitiFinancial,   Inc.   v   Mark   Hubbell,  by  the  Addison  Unit,  Civil  Division,  Vermont  Superior  Court,  Docket  No.  350-­12-­ 08  Ancv  for  breach  of  the  conditions  of  said  mortgage  and  for  the  purpose  of  foreclosing   the   same   will   be   sold   at   Public   Auction   at   1161   Hunt   Road,   New   Haven,   Vermont   on   January   9,   2014   at   3:00PM   all   and   singular   the   premises   described   in   said   mortgage,        To  wit:    All  that  certain  parcel  of  land  in  New  Haven,  Addison  County,  State  of  VT,  as  more  fully   described  in  Book  65,  Page  720,  ID  #  0642.100,  Being  known  and  designated  as  lot  2  A   survey  entitled  Survey  Plat  Lands  of  the  Estate  of  Erma  Sturtevant.    Filed  in  map  Book  3,   map  no.  38,  Drawn  by  Timothy  L.  Short,  L.S.,  Dated  August  26,  1999.    Being  the  same  fee  simple  property  conveyed  by  quit  claim  from  Clarence  Sturtevant  and   Yvette  Sturtevant  to  Mark  Hubbell,  single  dated  8/24/2004,  recorded  on  8/26/2004  in  Book   65,  page  720  in  Addison  County  Records,  State  of  VT.    Reference  is  hereby  made  to  the  above  instruments  and  to  the  records  and  references   contained  therein  in  further  aid  of  this  description.  Terms  of  sale:  Said  premises  will  be  sold  and  conveyed  subject  to  all  liens,  encumbrances,   unpaid  taxes,  tax  titles,  municipal  liens  and  assessments,  if  any,  which  take  precedence  over   the  said  mortgage  above  described. 7(17+286$1'  'ROODUVRIWKHSXUFKDVHSULFHPXVWEHSDLGLQFDVKFHUWLÂżHG check,  bank  treasurerâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s  or  cashierâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s  check  at  the  time  and  place  of  the  sale  by  the  purchaser.     7KHEDODQFHRIWKHSXUFKDVHSULFHVKDOOEHSDLGLQFDVKFHUWLÂżHGFKHFNEDQNWUHDVXUHUÂśVRU cashierâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s  check  within  thirty  (30)  days  after  the  date  of  sale.      The  mortgagor  is  entitled  to  redeem  the  premises  at  any  time  prior  to  the  sale  by  paying   the   full   amount   due   under   the   mortgage,   including   the   costs   and   expenses   of   the   sale.          Other  terms  to  be  announced  at  the  sale.       DATED  :  November  7,  2013                        By:  Amber  L.  Doucette,  Esq.,  Bendett  and  McHugh,  PC 270  Farmington  Ave.,  Ste.  151    Farmington,  CT  06032 12/12     860-­677-­2868,  x  1090    Fax  860-­409-­0626

Salisbury NEWS

SALISBURY  â&#x20AC;&#x201D;  The  Salisbury   Congregational  Church  will  hold   an   all-­music   service   on   Sunday,   Dec.  22,  at  10  a.m.  The  public  is   cordially  invited. The   church   will   hold   its   tra-­ ditional   candlelight   service   on   Christmas  Eve,  Dec.  24,  at  7  p.m.  

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Everyone  is  welcome.  The  church   will  not  hold  a  service  on  Sunday,   Dec.  29. Santa  arrived  in  town  on  Sunday,   Dec.   15,   to   help   light   the   town   Christmas  tree.  Local  residents  of   all  ages  welcomed  him  and  enjoyed   hot  chocolate  and  cookies.

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PROPOSED STATE RULES By   law,   public   notice   of   proposed   rules   must   be   given   by   publication   in   newspapers   of  record.    The  purpose  of  these  notices  is  to  give  the  public  a  chance  to  respond  to  the   proposals.    The  public  notices  for  administrative  rules  are  now  also  available  online  at  http:// vermont-­archives.org/aparules/ovnotices.htm.    The  law  requires  an  agency  to  hold  a  public   hearing  on  a  proposed  rule,  if  requested  to  do  so  in  writing  by  25  persons  or  an  association   having  at  least  25  members. To  make  special  arrangements  for  individuals  with  disabilities  or  special  needs  please  call   or  write  the  contact  person  listed  below  as  soon  as  possible. To   obtain   further   information   concerning   any   schedule   hearing(s),   obtain   copies   of   proposed  rule(s)  or  submit  comments  regarding  proposed  rule(s),  please  call  or  write  the   contact  person  listed  below.  You  may  also  submit  comments  in  writing  to  the  Legislative   Committee  on  Administrative  Rules,  State  House,  Montpelier,  Vermont  05602  (828-­2231). Rule of the Vermont Human Rights Commission Vermont  Proposed  Rule:  13P044 AGENCY:  Vermont  Human  Rights  Commission CONCISE SUMMARY: The  Vermont  Human  Rights  Commissionâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s  Rule  has  not  been  updated   since   1999.   The   amended   Rule   provides   substantive   guidance   on   interpretations   of   the   Vermont  Fair  Housing  and  Public  Accommodations  Act  (VFHPAA)  including  interpretations   based  on  caselaw  and  regulations  interpreting  the  Americanâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s  with  Disabilities  Act  (ADA)  and   the  federal  Fair  Housing  Act  as  well  as  changes  to  school  harassment  laws.  Additionally,   the  new  Rule  provides  a  clearer  understanding  of  the  procedural  guidelines  applicable  to   investigations  and  Commissioner  review  of  discrimination  charges. FOR FURTHER INFORMATION, CONTACT:   Karen   Richards   Vermont   Human   Rights   Commission  14-­16  Baldwin  St.,  Montpelier  VT  05633  Tel:  802-­828-­2482  Fax:  802-­828-­2481   Email:  karen.richards@state.vt.us  URL:  http://www.hrc.vermont.gov. For Copies:  Ellen  Maxon  Vermont  Human  Rights  Commission  14  â&#x20AC;&#x201C;  16  Baldwin  St.,  Montpelier   VT  05633  Tel:  802-­828-­2494  Fax:  802-­828-­2481  Email:  ellen.maxon@state.vt.us. 'HĂ&#x20AC;QLWLRQRI'RZQWRZQ5HGHYHORSPHQW3URMHFW Vermont  Proposed  Rule:  13P045 AGENCY:  Agency  of  Commerce  and  Community  Development CONCISE SUMMARY: 7KLV UXOH GHÂżQHV WKH WHUP ÂłGRZQWRZQ UHGHYHORSPHQW SURMHFW´ IRU purposes   of   a   sales   tax   exemption   on   building   materials   incorporated   into   a   downtown   UHGHYHORSPHQWSURMHFWSUHYLRXVO\DGRSWHGE\WKH9HUPRQW/HJLVODWXUH FOR FURTHER INFORMATION, CONTACT: Noelle   MacKay,  Agency   of   Commerce   and   Community  Development,  One  National  Life  Drive,  6th  Floor,  Montpelier,  VT  05620  Tel:  802-­ 828-­5216  Fax:  802-­828-­3258  EMail:  noelle.mackay@state.vt.us  URL:  http://accd.vermont. gov/strong_communities. For Copies: Dale  Azaria,  Agency  of  Commerce  and  Community  Development,  One  National   Life  Drive,  6th  Floor,  Montpelier,  VT  05620  Tel:  802-­828-­5245  EMail:  dale.azaria@state.vt.us. &DSLWDO*DLQV([FOXVLRQ Vermont  Proposed  Rule:  13P046 AGENCY: Dept.  of  Taxes,  Agency  of  Administration CONCISE SUMMARY:  Certain  capital  gain  income  is  exempted  from  the  Vermont  individual   LQFRPHWD[$WD[SD\HUPD\H[FOXGHWKHJUHDWHURI  WKHÂżUVWRIDGMXVWHGQHWFDSLWDO JDLQLQFRPHRU  SHUFHQWRIDGMXVWHGQHWFDSLWDOJDLQLQFRPHIURPWKHVDOHRIDVVHWVKHOG more  than  3  years.  However,  residential  real  estate,  most  depreciable  personal  property  and   publicly  traded  stocks  and  bonds  do  not  qualify  for  the  exemption.  This  rule  explains  the  term   ÂłDGMXVWHGQHWFDSLWDOJDLQLQFRPH´WKHVFRSHRIWKHSHUFHQWH[HPSWLRQWKHWUHDWPHQWRI DVVHWVDOHVYHUVXV QRQSXEOLF VWRFNVDOHVKRZWKHH[FOXVLRQĂ&#x20AC;RZVWRSDVVWKURXJKHQWLWLHV that  Vermont  follows  federal  law  with  respect  to  basis,  holding  period  and  the  characterization   RIDVDOHDQGÂżOLQJUHTXLUHPHQWV FOR FURTHER INFORMATION, CONTACT:  Molly  Bachman  Administration,  Department  of   Taxes  133  State  Street  Montpelier,  VT  05633-­1401  Tel:  802-­828-­0212  Fax:  802-­828-­5873   Email:  molly.bachman@state.vt.us  URL:  http://www.state.vt.us/tax/index.shtml. For Copies:  Jeffrey  Dooley  Administration,  Department  of  Taxes  133  State  Street,  Montpelier,   977HO)D[(PDLOMHIIUH\GRROH\#VWDWHYWXV 12/19

NOTICE OF SALE

   According  to  the  terms  and  conditions  of  a  Judgment  and  Decree  of  Foreclosure  by  Judicial   Sale   (the   Order)   in   the   matter   of   Federal   Home   Loan   Mortgage   Corporation   v.   Julie   A.   Anderson,  et  al.,  Vermont  Superior  Court,  Addison  Unit,  Civil  Division,  Docket  No.  208-­9-­13   Ancv,  foreclosing  a  mortgage  given  by  Julie  A.  Anderson  and  Michael  T.  Anderson  to  New   England  Federal  Credit  Union  dated  February  19,  2008  and  recorded  in  Volume  126,  Page   96,  et  seq.,  of  the  Bristol  Land  Records  (the  Mortgage)  presently  held  by  Plaintiff  Federal   Home  Loan  Mortgage  Corporation  for  the  purpose  of  foreclosing  the  Mortgage  for  breach   of  the  conditions  of  the  Mortgage,  the  real  estate  with  an  E-­911  address  of  3411  North  116   Road,  Bristol,  VT  (the  Property)  will  be  sold  at  public  auction  at  10:00  a.m.  on  January  17,   2014  at  the  location  of  the  Property.         Property   Description.   The   Property   to   be   sold   is   all   and   the   same   land   and   premises   described  in  the  Mortgage,  and  further  described  as  follows:     All   and   the   same   lands   and   premises   conveyed   to   Julie   A.   Anderson   and   Michael   T.   Anderson  by  warranty  deed  of  Allan  C.  Ward  dated  August  23,  2006  and  of  record  in  Volume   120,  Page  397,  et  seq.,  of  the  Bristol  land  records.    The  Property  is  described  therein  as   being   Lot   No.   2   on   a   plat   of   survey   entitled   â&#x20AC;&#x153;Survey   and   Subdivision   of   a   Portion   of   the   Lands  of  DMV  Properties,  Inc.,  Vermont  Route  116,  Bristol,  Vermontâ&#x20AC;?  prepared  by  McCain   Consulting,   Inc.   dated   February   25,   2005   and   of   record   in   Hanger   54   of   the   Bristol   land   records.      The  Property  may  be  subject  to  easements,  rights-­of-­way  of  record  and  other  interests  of   record    Terms  of  Sale.    The  Property  will  be  sold  to  the  highest  bidder,  who  will  pay  $10,000.00  at   VDOHLQFDVKFHUWLÂżHGWUHDVXUHUÂśVRUFDVKLHUÂśVFKHFNPDGHSD\DEOHWR.RKQ5DWK'DQRQ  Appel,  LLP  Client  Trustee  Account  (or  by  wire  transfer,  if  arrangements  for  wire  transfer  are   PDGHDWOHDVWÂżYH  EXVLQHVVGD\VLQDGYDQFHFRQÂżUPDWLRQRIZLUHWUDQVIHULVDYDLODEOH before  commencement  of  sale  and  bidder  pays  additional  fees  required  for  wire  transfer)  and   will  pay  the  balance  of  the  highest  bid  price  within  thirty  (30)  days  of  the  issuance  of  an  Order   RI&RQÂżUPDWLRQE\WKH9HUPRQW6XSHULRU&RXUW,IWKHVDOHLVVHWDVLGHIRUDQ\UHDVRQWKH highest  bidder  at  sale  shall  be  entitled  only  to  a  return  of  the  $10,000.00  deposit  paid.  The   highest  bidder  shall  have  no  further  recourse  against  the  Mortgagor,  the  Mortgagee,  or  the   0RUJDJHHÂśVDWWRUQH\7KHKLJKHVWELGGHUZLOOEHUHTXLUHGWRVLJQD3XUFKDVH$JUHHPHQWDQG attached  Vermont  Lead  Law  Real  Estate  Transaction  Disclosures.  Copies  of  the  Agreement   and  Disclosures  are  available  by  calling  the  telephone  number  below.    If  the  highest  bidder   fails  to  complete  the  purchase  of  the  Property  as  required  by  the  Purchase  Agreement,  the   $10,000.00  deposit  will  be  forfeited  to  Plaintiff.    The  Property  is  sold  â&#x20AC;&#x153;AS  ISâ&#x20AC;?  and  the  highest   bidder  is  required  to  purchase  the  Property  whether  or  not  the  Property  is  in  compliance   with  local,  state  or  federal  land  use  laws,  regulations  or  permits.  Title  to  the  Property  will  be   FRQYH\HGZLWKRXWZDUUDQWLHVE\2UGHURI&RQÂżUPDWLRQ7KLVVDOHLVH[HPSWIURPIHGHUDOOHDG based  hazards  disclosure.  24  CFR  Section  35.82.  The  person  holding  the  public  sale  may,   for  good  cause,  postpone  the  sale  for  a  period  of  up  to  thirty  (30)  days,  from  time  to  time,   until  it  is  completed,  giving  notice  of  such  adjournment  and  specifying  the  new  date  by  public   proclamation  at  the  time  and  place  appointed  for  the  sale.    Redemption  Rights  of  Mortgagor.  The  mortgagor  is  entitled  to  redeem  the  Property  at  any   time  prior  to  the  sale  by  paying  the  full  amount  due  under  the  Order,  including  the  costs  and   H[SHQVHVRIVDOH 2WKHUWHUPVWREHDQQRXQFHGDWWKHVDOHRULQTXLUHDW.RKQ5DWK'DQRQ $SSHO//3 482-­2905.  Dated:  December  4,  2013                          David  Rath,  Esq.,  Attorney  for  Plaintiff   12/19,  26,  1/2                            


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Troopers  and  Casella  team  up  to  collect  for  Vt.  Foodbank $'',621&2817<²9HUPRQW State   Police   responded   to   several   WUDIÂżF FUDVKHV ODVW ZHHN 7KH RQO\ one   reported   locally   that   involved   more   than   one   car   occurred   on   Monday   when   troopers   went   to   the   scene   of   a   two-­car   crash   on   Route   116  in  Starksboro.   Police  report  that  Scott  A.  Burrell,   RI%HWKHOZDVVORZO\WXUQLQJKLV +RQGD&LYLFOHIWRII5RXWH DV D  .LD 6RUUHQWR GULYHQ E\ Stewart   G.   Devino,   67,   of   Bristol   approached  from  behind.  The  trooper   reported   that   Devino   attempted   to   pass   Burrellâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s   Civic,   and   it   collided   with  the  Civic. 'HYLQRÂśV .LD VXVWDLQHG PLQRU passenger-­side   damage;Íž   Burrellâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s   Civic   sustained   minor   damage   to   the  driverâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s-­side  front  quarter  panel.   There   were   no   injuries.   The   trooper   LVVXHG'HYLQRDWUDIÂżFWLFNHW In  other  recent  activity,  troopers: Â&#x2021; 2Q'HFDWSPVWRSSHG D PRWRU YHKLFOH GULYHQ E\ .HYLQ 5 1RUVHNRI'HOPDU1<RQ5RXWH  LQ )HUULVEXUJK IRU D WUDIÂżF LQIUDF-­ tion.  Police  cited  Norsek  for  driving   in   a   careless   and   negligent   manner   DQG IRU GULYLQJ XQGHU WKH LQĂ&#x20AC;XHQFH of   drugs.   He   is   due   to   answer   the   charges   in   Addison   Superior   Court,   Criminal  Division,  on  Jan.  27. Â&#x2021; 2Q 'HF  DW  DP ZHUH called   to   investigate   the   theft   of   DSSUR[LPDWHO\  JDOORQV RI GLHVHO fuel   from   a   farm   on   the   Shoreham   Depot   Road   in   Shoreham.   The   trooper   reported   that   someone   had   pried   open   a   diesel   tank   box   at   the   farm   and   stolen   the   fuel.   Anyone   with  information  is  asked  to  contact   9631HZ+DYHQDW Information   can   also   be   submit-­ ted   anonymously   online   at   www. vtips.info   or   by   texting   â&#x20AC;&#x153;CRIMESâ&#x20AC;?    WR.H\ZRUG97,36 Â&#x2021; 2Q'HFDWSPUHFHLYHG a   report   of   a   theft   from   Paul   D.   6PLWK  RI /HLFHVWHU 7URRSHUV subsequently   investigated   the   report   and   found   that   Smith   had   an   active  

arrest  warrant  for  escape.  They  took   Smith  into  custody  and  lodged  him  at   the   Chittenden   County   Correctional   Center.   The   theft   complaint   is   still   under  investigation. Â&#x2021; 2Q'HFDWDPUHFHLYHGD report  of  a  burglary  at  a  residence  on   Route   7   in   Ferrisburgh.   The   victim   reported   that   the   break-­in   occurred   sometime   during   the   day   on   Dec.   DQGUHSRUWHGWKDWDGLDPRQGULQJ and   prescription   medication   were   stolen.   Anyone   with   information   on  this  incident  is   asked   to   contact   VSP. Â&#x2021; :HUH FDOOHG again   this   week   to   the   site   of   the   Greenhaven   Nursery   off   Route   7   near  the  state  police  barracks  in  New   +DYHQ /DVW ZHHN WKH\ ÂżHOGHG D report  of  Christmas  trees  stolen  from   WKH VLWH 2Q 'HF  WKH\ UHFHLYHG a   report   of   vandalism   to   a   business   sign  at  the  site,  which  is  being  used   seasonally   by   Wernerâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s   Tree   Farm.   The   complainant   reported   that   on   Dec.   12   a   vehicle   was   seen   driving   into   a   cable   gate   restricting   access   to   the   business   during   non-­business   hours.   A   sign   was   damaged   as   a   result.   Anyone   with   information   on   this  is  asked  to  contact  VSP. Â&#x2021; 2Q 'HF  UHVSRQGHG WR D one-­vehicle   crash   that   occurred   on   Route   7   in   Leicester.  A   trooper   said   his   investigation   showed   that  Adam   'XE\RI%UDQGRQIHOODVOHHSDQG ORVW FRQWURO RI WKH  )RUG ) truck   he   was   driving   southbound   on   Route   7.   The   pickup   crossed   the   center   line,   traveled   into   the   north-­ bound   lane   and   into   the   northbound   shoulder,   crashing   into   a   large   tree.   Duby  was  wearing  a  seat  belt  and  no   injuries   were   reported,   but   the   truck   sustained   extensive   front-­end   and   driverâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s   side   damage.   The   trooper   LVVXHG'XE\VHYHUDOWUDIÂżFWLFNHWV Â&#x2021; 2Q 'HF  LVVXHG FLWDWLRQV IRU trespassing   and   violating   conditions  

Vt. State

Police Log

Winter  snows  bring  accidents   and  parking  ban  violations VERGENNES   â&#x20AC;&#x201D;   Vergennes   police   dealt   with   three   one-­car   accidents   during   Sundayâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s   major   snowstorm,   all   between   midnight   and  about  8  a.m. First,   city   police   responded   on   behalf   of   Vermont   State   Police   to   a   car   reported   to   be   off   Monkton   Road   in   Ferrisburgh,   and   called  a  wrecker   to  help  out. Later   that   morning,   police   went   to  a  Main  Street  accident  in  which   a   car   struck   a   utility   pole.   The   operator  told  police  he  was  forced   off  the  road  by  a  car  coming  from   the  other  direction.   At  about  8  a.m.  Vergennes  police  

also  helped  another  motorist  whose   car  slid  off  Monkton  Road.   /DVW ZHHN DOVR EURXJKW WKH ÂżUVW violations  of  the  Vergennes  winter   ban   on   parking   on   city   streets   during   the   overnight   hours.   City   police  issued  11   tickets   on   Dec.   9,   four   tickets   on   Dec.   12,   and   three   tickets   on   Dec.  14. In   other   action   between   Dec.  9  and  15,  Vergennes  police:   Â&#x2021; 2Q'HFFKHFNHGWKHZHOIDUH of   a   Walker  Avenue   resident,   who   ZDVIRXQGWREHÂżQH Â&#x2021; 2Q 'HF  DWWHQGHG DQ DQWL bullying   meeting   at   St.   Peterâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s   Parish  Hall.   Â&#x2021; 2Q 'HF  ZHUH WROG E\ D Vergennes   Union   High   School   staff   member   of   students   appar-­ ently   offering   drug   paraphernalia   for   sale   on   Facebook;Íž   police   are   following   up   on   the   information   DQGDOVRQRWLÂżHGWKH'HSDUWPHQWRI Children  and  Families.   Â&#x2021; 2Q 'HF  UHFHLYHG D WLS about   illegal   drug   activity   in   the   Vergennes  area.   Â&#x2021; 2Q 'HF  FRQWDFWHG WKH owner  of  a  boat  on  a  trailer  parked   on   North   Maple   Street,   an   action  

Vergennes Police Log

Thank You: On   behalf   of   the   board,   staff   and   volunteers   of   WomenSafe,   we   would   like   to   thank   all   those   who   have   offered  their  support  in  2013.    People  have  given  of  their  time,  in-­kind  gifts,  and  monetary  resources.    Your  continued   support  enables  us  to  continue  our  work  of  reducing  physical,  sexual  and  emotional  violence  against  women  and  their   children  through  direct  service,  education  and  social  change.    Thank  you  to  those  listed  below  and  to  those  who  remain   anonymousâ&#x20AC;&#x201D;we  thank  you  for  your  generosity!   Dana  Allen  in  honor  of  Emma  Lee  Gibbs Meredith  Anderson      in  honor  of  Annie  Schrader Marion  &  Fred  Baser Janet  Beers  Winkler  &  Frank  Winkler Anna  &  John  Benson  in  memory  of  Winton          Lembke  in  honor  of  Ann  Carol  Benson Betsey  S.  Benton Pam  &  Arthur  Berenbaum Robert  Bernstein Melanie  &  Edward  Bessette Lynne  &  Robert  Boie    in  memory  of  Alberta  Pantas Nancy  &  Carl  Brandauer    in  honor  of  Marion  &  John Priscilla  Bremser  &  Steve  Maier Mary  Brevda Mary  Louise  &  Graham  Bright Diane  Brown Barbara  &  Crispin  Butler Foresta  CastaĂąeda  &  Sean  McCaffrey Patrice  &  David  Colander Kitty  &  Eric  Davis Julia  Doucet Mary  &  Ray  Doyle Eugenie  Doyle  &  Sam  Burr Anne  Driscoll    in  memory  of  Betty  Jo  Goodrich Kerri  Louray  &  Jason  Duquette-­Hoffman Rita  &  John  Elder Caryn  Etherington Linda  &  Barry  Francis Kay  Freedy  in  honor  of  Pat  Freedy Macky  &  Scott  Gaines Cristy  Goyette  &  Joe  Fortune Christina  R.  &  Keith  Grier Sue  &  Charlie  Grigg Amy  Hastings  &  Larry  Yarbrough    in  honor  of  Betty  K.  Hastings J.  Higbee  in  memory  of  Kim  Krans Cynthia  Huard  in  honor  of  Barbara  Huard Frances  Hutner  in  honor  of  Lousie  Hutner Ingrid  Jackson  in  honor  of  Martha  Graf, Tom  &  Nancy  Maxwell,  Linda  Punderson Linda  &  Barry  Jones  in  memory  of  Kim  Krans Susan  Kavanagh      in  honor  of  Willow  Wheelock Bronwen  &  Gregor  Kent Stephen  E.  Ketcham Marie  &  Charlie  Kireker Susan  Klaiber  &  Molly  Bidwell Nancy  &  Joseph  J.    Klopfenstein Lois  Kraus Audrey  LaRock Ilene  Levitt

Mary  Longey Ellyn  &  David  Mack Gail  &  Ken  Martin  in  honor  of  Laura  Martin Peg  &  Edward  Martin  in  honor  of  all  women Joan  &  Jay  McEvoy John  &  Mireille  McWilliams Mary  Metcalf  in  honor  of  Anne  Metcalf Kathryn  Morse Sandra  &  Michael  Morse  in  honor  of  Sophie  Morse Linda  Namy  In  memory  of  Sam Betty  Norris  in  memory  of  Betty  Jo Diane  Patterson Amethyst  Peaslee Melody  &  Clayton  Perkins Susan  Prager Jennifer  Ranelli-­Guild  &  Brian  Guild Sara  Rae  Robinson  Beckwith  &   Lee  Beckwith Ann  &  Jim  Ross Karen  S.  Rowland Carol  &  Jeffery  Rule Jonathan  Rule Paige  C.  Russell Jeff  Sampson  in  memory  of  Suzanne Santo  Santoriello   Linda  &  Ira  Schiffer Marita  Schine Katherine  Schmidt Marguerite  &  Larry  Senecal    in  memory  of  Rea  Charlebois Jean  Shappee Krista  &  Brendan  Siringo Lauren  Slayton Charles  Smith Naomi  Smith Joan  Stephens  in  honor  of  Mary  Stevenson Judy  &  Will  Stevens Jennifer  Thompson George  Tighe Daveyne  Totten Anne  Wallace  in  honor  of  Deborah  Lubar Suzanne  Ward Ann  D.  Watson  in  memory  of   Nancy  Dingman  Watson Sarah  Wesson  in  honor  of  Anne  Wesson Patricia  &  Ralph  White    in  memory  of  Jackie  White  Jackson H.  Peter  Wimmer  in  memory  of  mother Nancy  Means  Wright 3  Squares  Cafe 51  Main  at  the  Bridge A  &  W Almost  Home  Market American  Flatbread

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of   release   to   Elizabeth   Armstrong,   66,   of   Addison.   The   trooper   said   Armstrong   came   onto   the   property   of  a  Lake  Street  neighbor  in  Addison   after  being  told  she  was  not  allowed;Íž   he   said   the   violation   of   conditions   related   to   an   early   case   involving   a   dispute   with   the   same   neighbors.   Armstrong   is   due   to   answer   the   charge   in   Addison   Superior   Court,   Criminal  Division,  on  Jan.  27. Â&#x2021; 2Q 'HF 16   at   6:17   p.m.   cited   Jessica   L.   Whitney,   26,   of   Vergennes   for   a   criminal   count   of   driving   with   a   suspended   license   on   Interstate   91   at   the   U.S.-­ Canada  border  in  Derby  Line. POLICE  COLLECTING  FOOD   To   help   our   fellow   Vermonters   struggling   with   hunger   this   holiday   season,   state   police,   in   cooperation   with   Casella   Waste   Systems,   are   collecting   food   donations   for   the   Vermont   Foodbank.   Those   wishing   to  donate  are  asked  to  drop  off  pack-­ aged  food  at  VSP  barracks,  including   the  state  police  barracks  on  Route  7   in  New  Haven. Donations   can   be   dropped   off   during  business  hours,  Monday,  Dec.   WKURXJK)ULGD\'HF Donations  will  be  collected  in  large,   JDOORQ UHF\FOLQJ ELQV GRQDWHG

E\ &DVHOOD :DVWH 2Q 0RQGD\ 'HF WKHELQVZLOOEHFROOHFWHGE\963 troopers   and   delivered   to   regional   food  shelves  across  Vermont. The   Vermont   Foodbank   suggests   the   following   non-­perishable   items   for  donation: Â&#x2021; &DQQHGWXQDVDOPRQVDUGLQHV Â&#x2021; 3HDQXWEXWWHU Â&#x2021; &HUHDO²DOOYDULHWLHV Â&#x2021; &DQQHGIUXLWV²DOOYDULHWLHV Â&#x2021; &DQQHGYHJHWDEOHV²DOO varieties. Â&#x2021; &DQQHGPHDW²EHHISRUN chicken. Â&#x2021; &DQQHGVRXSVDQGFKLOL Â&#x2021; %R[HGPHDOV Â&#x2021; 3DVWDDQGSDVWDVDXFH Â&#x2021; 'LDSHUV²DOOVL]HV Â&#x2021; 3HWIRRG²DOOYDULHWLHV Those   who   would   rather   donate   money   are   reminded   that   the   Foodbank   estimates   that   $1   pays   for   three   meals.   Supporting   the   Vermont   Foodbank  helps  provide  food  for  one   in  seven  Vermonters. Vermont   Foodbank   is   the   stateâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s   largest   hunger-­relief   organization,   serving  Vermont  through  a  network  of   IRRGVKHOYHVPHDOVLWHVVKHOWHUV senior  centers  and  youth  programs.  In   ÂżVFDO\HDUWKH)RRGEDQNGLVWULE-­ uted  nearly  8.2  million  pounds  of  food   WR DV PDQ\ DV  9HUPRQWHUV To   learn   more   about   hunger   in   your   community  and  to  take  action  against   hunger   and   poverty   in   Vermont,   go   online  to  www.vtfoodbank.org.

Going  solo VERGENNES  UNION  HIGH  School  student  Alix  Kauffman  takes  a   solo  during  a  performance  of  Vivaldiâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s  â&#x20AC;&#x153;Gloria  in  Dâ&#x20AC;?  by  a  combined   Middlebury,  Mount  Abraham  and  Vergennes  choir  on  Dec.  5. Independent  photo/Trent  Campbell

taken  on  behalf  of  the  public  works   department,   who   were   trying   to   plow   the   road;Íž   the   owner   moved   the  trailer.   Â&#x2021; 2Q 'HF  IROORZLQJ DQ alert   that   a   southbound   car   on   Route   7   was   being   driven   errati-­ cally,   joined   VSP   and   an  Addison   County   Sheriffâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s   Department   GHSXW\DWDWUDIÂżFVWRSDWWKHLQWHU-­ section  of  that  highway  and  Route   22A.   The   city   departmentâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s   Drug   Recognition   Expert   determined   the  operator  was  impaired  by  mari-­ juana,   and   the   driver   was   taken   to   Porter  Hospital  for  a  blood  test  that   could  result  in  an  impaired  driving   charge  if  it  is  positive. Â&#x2021; 2Q 'HF  ZHQW WR D Ferrisburgh  home  on  behalf  of  VSP   to   counsel   an   upset   man   threaten-­ ing  to  harm  himself. Â&#x2021; 2Q 'HF  KHOSHG D PRWRU-­ ist   get   into   a   locked   car   on   Green   Street.   Â&#x2021; 2Q 'HF  DLGHG 9HUPRQW State  Police  at  a  South  Water  Street   vehicle  stop.   Â&#x2021; 2Q 'HF  LVVXHG D QRWLFH of   no-­trespass   to   a   man   who  

was   allegedly   stalking   a   female   employee  of  a  city  business.   Â&#x2021; 2Q 'HF  ZHUH WROG D GHDG fox  had  been  dumped  in  an  Armory   Lane  recycling  bin.   Â&#x2021; 2Q'HFRSHUDWHGDGUXQN driving   checkpoint   along   with   the   sheriffâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s  department.   Â&#x2021; 2Q'HFKHOSHG963ZLWKD suicidal  man  at  a  Panton  home;Íž  he   was  taken  to  Porter  Hospital.   Â&#x2021; 2Q 'HF  UHIHUUHG D URDG rage   incident   to   the   stateâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s   attor-­ QH\ÂśV RIÂżFH IRU SRVVLEOH FKDUJHV police  were  told  a  man  followed  a   womanâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s  car  after  she  had  to  swerve   to  avoid  him  south  of  the  city,  got   out  of  his  car  when  she  pulled  over   in   Vergennes,   struck   her   car,   and   called  her  vulgar  names.   Â&#x2021; 2Q 'HF  KHOSHG D PRWRU-­ ist  get  into  a  locked  car  on  Panton   Road. Â&#x2021; 2Q 'HF  WRRN D UHSRUW RI an   alleged   violation   of   a   relief   from  abuse  order  that  took  place  in   Shelburne.   Â&#x2021; 2Q 'HF  FKHFNHG WKH welfare   of   a   Main   Street   resident,   ZKRZDVIRXQGWREHÂżQH

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As   ordered   by   the   Court   set   forth   below   and   in   connection   with   a   certain   mortgage   given   by   Frank   L.   Raymond,   III   and   Rinda   L.   Raymond   to   Mortgage   Electronic   Registration   Systems,   Inc.   as   nominee   for   CTX   Mortgage   Company,   LLC,   dated   August   1,   2005   and   recorded   in   Book   87   Page   356   of   the   Land   Records   of   the   Town   of   Addison,   of   which   mortgage   JPMorgan   Chase   Bank,   National   Association   is   now   the   present   holder,   and   in   accordance   with   the   Judgment   Order   and   Decree   of   Foreclosure   entered   May   21,   2013   in   the   action   entitled   JPMorgan   Chase   Bank,   National  Association   v   Frank   L.   Raymond,   III,   Rinda   L.   Ray-­ mond   and   Citizens   Bank,   N.A.,   by   the   Addison   Unit,   Civil   Division,   Vermont   Superior   Court,   Docket   No.   230-­9-­12   Ancv   for   breach   of   the   conditions   of   said   mortgage   and   for   the   purpose   of   foreclosing   the   same   will   be   sold   at   Public  Auction   at   4582   VT   Route   22A,   Addison,   Vermont   on   January   17,   2014   at   11:00   am   all   and   singular   the   premises   described   in   said   mortgage,      To  wit:   Being  all  the  same  lands  and  premises  conveyed  to  Frank  L.  Raymond,  III  and  Rinda  L.  Raymond  by  Warranty  Deed  of  Robert  C.   Gaboriault  and  Jean  M.  Gaboriault  dated  April  18,  2003  and  recorded  at  Book  80  Page  358  of  the  Town  of  Addison  Land  Records   and  being  more  particularly  described  therein,  in  part,  as  follows: â&#x20AC;&#x153;Being  all  and  the  same  lands  and  premises  decreed  to  Jean  M.  Gaboriault  by  Decree  of  Distribution  of  the  Probate  Court  for  the   District  of  Addison  in  the  matter  of  the  Estate  of  Howard  F.  Birchmore  (Probate  Court  Docket  #7527),  dated  November  13,  1966,   which  Decree  is  recorded  in  Book  45,  Page  491  of  the  Town  of  Addison  Land  Records,  and  being  more  particularly  described  therein   as  follows: â&#x20AC;&#x153;Being  the  so-­called  home  place  located  in  the  Town  of  Addison,  and  being  all  and  the  same  lands  and  premises  as  described  in     a  Warranty  Deed  from  Charles  E.  Jackman  and  Jeanne  S.  Jackman  to  Howard  C.  Birchmore  and  Caroline  Birchmore  (who  prede-­ ceased  her  husband,  Howard  C.  Birchmore),  husband  and  wife  as  tenants  by  the  entity,  dated  12th  day  of  October,  1966,  recorded   in  Volume  33  at  page  149  of  the  Land  Records  of  the  Town  of  Addison,  Vermont.  Further  reference  may  be  made  to  a  Warranty  Deed   from  Warren  E.  Kirby  and  Eileen  G.  Kirby  to  Charles  E.  Jackman  and  Jeanne  S.  Jackman,  dated  July  1,  1961. Reference  is  made  to  a  Quit  Claim  Deed  from  Jean  M.  Gaboriault  to  Thomas  W.  Lynch  dated  November  21,  1966  and  recorded  in     Book  45,  Page  494  of  the  Town  of  Addison  Land  Records. Reference  is  also  made  to  a  Quit  Claim  Deed  from  Thomas  W.  Lynch  to  Robert  C.  Gaboriault  and  Jean  M.  Gaboriault  dated  No-­ vember  21,  1966  and  recorded  in  Book  45,  Page  496  of  the  Town  of  Addison  Land  Records.   EXCEPTING  THEREFROM  lands  and  premises  condemned  by  the  State  of  Vermont  Agency  of  Transportation  as  referenced  in   a  Condemnation  Order  dated  June  13,  1996  and  recorded  July  5,  1996  in  Book  61,  Page  70  of  the  Addison  Land  Records.  Said   condemned  lands  containing  .23  acres,  more  or  less. Reference  is  hereby  made  to  the  above  instruments  and  to  the  records  and  references  contained  therein  in  further  aid  of  this  description.    Terms  of  sale:  Said  premises  will  be  sold  and  conveyed  subject  to  all  liens,  encumbrances,  unpaid  taxes,  tax  titles,  municipal  liens  and   assessments,  if  any,  which  take  precedence  over  the  said  mortgage  above  described. 7(17+286$1'  'ROODUVRIWKHSXUFKDVHSULFHPXVWEHSDLGLQFDVKFHUWLÂżHGFKHFNEDQNWUHDVXUHUÂśVRUFDVKLHUÂśVFKHFN DWWKHWLPHDQGSODFHRIWKHVDOHE\WKHSXUFKDVHU7KHEDODQFHRIWKHSXUFKDVHSULFHVKDOOEHSDLGLQFDVKFHUWLÂżHGFKHFNEDQNWUHD-­ VXUHUÂśVRUFDVKLHUÂśVFKHFNZLWKLQWKLUW\  GD\VDIWHUWKHGDWHRIVDOH The   mortgagor   is   entitled   to   redeem   the   premises   at   any   time   prior   to   the   sale   by   paying   the   full   amount   due   un-­ der   the   mortgage,   including   the   costs   and   expenses   of   the   sale.   Other   terms   to   be   announced   at   the   sale.        DATED  :  December  17,  2013 By:/s/:  Amber  L.  Doucette,  Esq. Bendett  and  McHugh,  PC,    270  Farmington  Ave.,  Ste.  151,    Farmington,  CT  06032,  860-­677-­2868,  x  1090,  Fax  860-­409-­0626 12/19


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