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ADDISON COUNTY INDEPENDENT

B Section

THURSDAY,  FEBRUARY  6,  2014

MATT DICKERSON

SPORTS

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Nostalgia  and  the SRZHURIÂżVKLQJ I’ve  recently  been  digging  up  old   outdoor  memories. Some  of  it  has  to  do  with  this  pa-­ thetic  winter.  Pathetic  in  the  amount   RI VQRZ WKDW LV :HÂśYH GRQH ÂżQH with   cold.   Well   enough   with   the   cold,  in  fact,  that  news  media  are  act-­ ing  like  it’s  the  coldest  winter  since   Vermont  was  buried  under  a  mile  of   glacier.   Well   enough   that   my   wood   supply   is   looking   frighteningly  low.   Well   enough   that   people   are   pro-­ claiming   an   end   to   global   warm-­ ing,   apparently   forgetting   that   it   was  only  two  de-­ cades  ago  that  sub-­zero  temperatures   were  routine  in  Vermont  winters. ,WKLQNLWZDVWKDWZHKDGD ZHHNRIPLQXVGHJUHHV)WHPSHU-­ atures  that  froze  our  car  battery,  and   when  the  (late)  Crown  Point  Bridge   approached  that  special  temperature   RIPLQXVGHJUHHVZKHQLWGRHVQÂśW matter   whether   you   are   using   Fahr-­ enheit  or  Celsius.  It  seemed  like  ev-­ ery  winter  back  then  we  could  expect   DZHHNRUVREHORZEHORZ Still,   this   winter   has   had   me   re-­ membering   the   old   days   when   we   used   to   be   able   to   sled   on   our   Ver-­ mont   hillside   and   cross-­country   ski   on  natural  snow. Lack   of   good   conditions   for   my   favorite   outdoor   winter   sports   also   had   me   sitting   inside   reminiscing   with  my  friend  Randy  Butler  about  a   time  (or  two)  when  each  of  us  acci-­ GHQWDOO\ZHQWÂżVKLQJLOOHJDOO\²XQ-­ ZLWWLQJO\ÂżVKLQJRXWRIVHDVRQRURQ closed  waters  —  and  only  later,  after   FDWFKLQJVHYHUDOÂżVKGLVFRYHUHGRXU mistake.   In   one   case   the   discovery   was  made  with  the  help  of  a  warden   ZKLOH WKH ÂżVKLQJ ZDV VWLOO KDSSHQ-­ ing.  But  since  I’m  not  sure  what  the   statute  of  limitations  is  on  the  other   occurrences,  I  will  refrain  from  remi-­ VERGENNES  UNION  HIGH  School  senior  Josh  Benning  keeps  a  tight  grip  on  the  ball  after  battling  Tiger  ju-­ niscing  in  print. nior  Connor  Quinn  for  a  rebound  Tuesday  night  in  Vergennes.  Benning  had  11  rebounds  in  the  Commodores’   Mostly,  though,  I  have  been  remi-­ 58-­54  win. niscing  with  my  father  and  two  older   Independent  photos/Trent  Campbell EURWKHUVDERXWWKHVXPPHUVRPH \HDUVDJRZKHQ,ÂżUVWZHQWĂ€\ÂżVKLQJ DQG KDG P\ ÂżUVW GD\ ZLWK D ÂżVKLQJ guide  (shared  with  those  two  broth-­ ers),  and  a  week  later  when  I  had  my   ÂżUVW H[SHULHQFH FDWFKLQJ WURXW LQ DQ (See  Dickerson,  Page  3B) “I’m  certainly  going  to  be  a  big  fan   By  ANDY  KIRKALDY for  Middlebury  when  they  go  down   VERGENNES   —   The   host   Ver-­ “The win means a lot there,â€?  Quinn  said.  “I  think  Middle-­ gennes   Union   High   School   boys’   to the team, because bury  is  good  enough  to  beat  them,  for   basketball   team   fought   off   a   furi-­ now that we’ve beaten ous   rally   by   visiting   Middlebury   on   Middlebury we’re second sure.  I  think  us  and  Middlebury  and   St.  Albans  are  pretty  comparable.â€? Tuesday  to  prevail  in  a  pivotal  Lake   in the Lake, which The   Commodores   shot   63   per-­ 'LYLVLRQFODVK means we’re one step HIGH SCHOOL SPORTS FHQW DQG VFRUHG  RI WKHLU  EDV-­ 7KH&RPPRGRUHVLPSURYHGWR Boys’ Basketball kets  in  the  paint,  both  by  exploiting   LQWKH/DNHZKLOHWKH7LJHUV closer to getting to Barre, 2/3  OV  vs.  Woodstock    .......................  71-­64 hopefully.â€? the   smaller   Tigers   in   the   post   and   GURSSHGWRLQWKHOHDJXH 2/4  VUHS  vs.  MUHS    .........................  58-­54 — VUHS forward by   beating   their   press.   The   Tigers   Both   are   chasing   BFA-­St.  Albans   2/4  St.  Albans  vs.  Mt.  Abe    ..................  60-­43 Josh Benning worked   hard   on   defense   and   forced   LQ WKH /DNH 'LYLVLRQ %)$ LV  Girls’ Basketball  WXUQRYHUV EXW %HQQLQJ DQG MX-­ RYHUDOOEXWLVLQWKHOHDJXHDQG 2/3  Mt.  Abe  vs.  MUHS  .........................57-­16 nior  forwards  Wesley  Miedema  and   has  defeated  both  MUHS  and  VUHS   league  title,  and  beyond.   2/3  Colchester  vs.  VUHS    ....................42-­24 in  St.  Albans. “The  win  means  a  lot  to  the  team,   Dylan  Raymond  and  sophomore  for-­ 2/4  OV  vs.  Windsor  .............................  51-­28 Senior   VUHS   forward   Josh   Ben-­ because  now  that  we’ve  beaten  Mid-­ ward  Josh  Dam  all  were  effective  in   COLLEGE SPORTS QLQJ ZKRVH JDPHKLJK  SRLQWV dlebury   we’re   second   in   the   Lake,   the  lane. Men’s Basketball MUHS   Coach   Chris   Altemose   included   the   winning   basket   with   which   means   we’re   one   step   closer   2/2  Hamilton  vs.  Midd.    ........................76-­74  VHFRQGV WR JR VDLG WKH GHIHQG-­ to  getting  to  Barre,  hopefully,â€?  Ben-­ noted   the  Tigers   played   well   on   the   2/4  Midd.  vs.  Keene    ...........................  92-­86 boards,  earning  a  39-­30  edge  includ-­ ing   Division   II   champion   Commo-­ ning  said. Women’s Basketball dores  —  winners  of  four  of  their  past   VUHS   coach   Peter   Quinn   sees   a   ing  team  rebounds,  with  junior  Con-­ 2/2  Hamilton  vs.  Midd.    ........................57-­53 (See  Hoops,  Page  2B) ÂżYHJDPHV²KDYHWKHLUH\HRQWKH three-­way  race  for  the  Lake  title.  

COMMODORE   WESLEY   MIEDEMA,   double-­teamed   by   Tigers   Sam   Usilton   and   Bobby   Ritter,   takes   a   pass   and   tries   to   spin   to   the   basket   Tuesday  night  in  Vergennes.

VUHS  boys  outlast  Tigers

Commodores  break  late  tie,  take  key  Lake  Division  clash  

ScoreBOARD

2/4  Midd.  vs.  Keene    ...........................  59-­55 Women’s Hockey 2/4  Midd.  vs.  Utica  ..................................  5-­4

Schedule

HIGH SCHOOL SPORTS Hockey 2/7&8    .......MUHS  Boys  at  L.  Placid  Tourney 08+6*LUOVDW0W0DQV¿HOG  .  4:30  p.m. 2/12  Rice  at  MUHS  Girls    .............  4:30  p.m. 2/12  Hartford  at  MUHS  Boys    ............  7  p.m. 2/15  MUHS  Boys  at  Missisquoi    ........  2  p.m. 08+6*LUOVDW1RUWK¿HOG  ..........  7  p.m. Boys’ Basketball 2/7  Mt.  Abe  at  MUHS    ........................  7  p.m. 2/7  VUHS  at  Missisquoi    ...............  7:30  p.m. 2/10  Milton  at  VUHS    .........................  7  p.m. 2/10  St.  Albans  at  MUHS    ..................  7  p.m. 2/10  Leland  &  Gray  at  OV    ................  7  p.m. 2/10  Mt.  Abe  at  Missisquoi    ...........  7:30  p.m. 2/13  Mt.  Abe  at  Milton    .......................  7  p.m. 2/13  OV  at  Proctor    ............................  7  p.m. 2/13  MUHS  at  Missisquoi    .................  7  p.m. 2/13  St.  Albans  at  VUHS    ..................  7  p.m. 2/15  MUHS  at  S.  Burlington    ......  11:30  a.m. Girls’ Basketball 2/8  MUHS  at  Milton    ...................  11:30  a.m. 2/8  S.  Burlington  at  Mt.  Abe    .......  12:30  p.m. 98+6DW0W0DQV¿HOG  ..........  2:30  p.m. 2/11  S.  Burlington  at  VUHS    ..............  7  p.m. 2/11  Hartford  at  OV    ...........................  7  p.m. 2/11  Missisquoi  at  Mt.  Abe    ................  7  p.m. 08+6DW0W0DQV¿HOG  ........  7:30  p.m. 2/13  Leland  &  Gray  at  OV    ................  7  p.m.

(See  Schedule,  Page  3B)

COMMODORE  SENIOR  JOSH  Benning  beats  Tiger  junior  Sam  Holmes   to  the  basket  and  scores  two  of  his  game-­high  24  points  Tuesday  night   in  Vergennes.

Eagles,  VUHS,  OV  claim  girls’  hoop  victories ADDISON  COUNTY  —  In  local   high   school   girls’   basketball   play   EHWZHHQ -DQ  DQG )HE  0RXQW Abraham  split  a  pair  of  games,  Ver-­ gennes   and   Otter   Valley   each   won   once   in   three   tries,   and   Middlebury  

came  up  short.   EAGLES On   Jan.   30,   host   Colchester   im-­ SURYHGWRDQGDYHQJHGDQHDU-­ lier  loss  in  Bristol  with  a  44-­36  vic-­ tory   over   the   Eagles,   who   slipped  

DQGVWHDOVDVWKH(DJOHVJRW SDVW 08+6  Isabel   Bren-­ nan FKLSSHG LQ ZLWK  SRLQWV DQG /LYLQJVWRQFRQWULEXWHGSRLQWVDQG ÂżYHDVVLVWVKrisandra  Provencher   (See  Girls’  basketball,  Page  3B)

Boys’  hoop:  VUHS  nips  Mt.   Abe;͞  Eagles,  OV  net  wins

New  Haven’s   Bigelow  rolls   perfect  game By  ANDY  KIRKALDY SHELBURNE   —   New   Haven   resident  Stan  Bigelow  bowled  a  per-­ fect  game  on  Monday  night,  rolling   a  300  at  Champlain  Lanes  in  Shel-­ burne.   Bigelow,  bowling  with  his  Cham-­ plain  Valley  Plumbing  and  Heating   teammates  Craig  Smith,  Duane  and   Kirk   Fuller,   and   Richard   Malm-­ strom,  achieved  the  feat  in  the  mid-­ dle  of  his  three-­game  set,  for  which   he  totaled  694.   +H ÂżUHG D  LQ WKH ÂżUVW JDPH WKHQWKHSHUIHFWEHIRUHÂżQLVKLQJ ZLWK D  ² ZLWK WKH WKLUG JDPH IRXUVWURNHVEHWWHUWKDQKLVDY-­ erage. %LJHORZ D \HDU ERZOLQJ YHW-­

into  second  place  in  Division  II  with   the   setback.   Ashlie   Fay   topped   the   (DJOHV ZLWK  SRLQWV ZKLOH Meg   LivingstonDGGHG 2Q 0RQGD\ )D\ ¿OOHG WKH VWDW VKHHW ZLWK  SRLQWV ¿YH DVVLVWV

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ADDISON  COUNTY  —  In  local   high   school   boys’   basketball   in   the   past  eight  days,  Vergennes  made  it  a   season  sweep  of  Mount  Abraham  to   highlight  the  action.   In   other   games,   Vergennes   came   up   short   on   the   road,   while   the   Ea-­ gles  won  one  of  two  and  Otter  Valley   split  a  pair  of  games. Middlebury   also   visited   VUHS   RQ 7XHVGD\ VHH VWRU\ RQ 3DJH % The  Tigers  also  won  twice  last  week,   games   covered   in   the   Monday   edi-­ tion  of  the  Independent.   VUHS  OVER  MT.  ABE On   Saturday,   host   Mount   Abra-­ ham   came   up   short   in   an   attempt   to   avenge   its   34-­point   loss   at   Ver-­ JHQQHV LQ -DQXDU\ WKLV WLPH98+6 ZRQE\DVFRUHRI7KH(DJOHV led  the  Commodores  at  the  half,  but   Josh  Benning’sSRLQWVXOWLPDWHO\

proved   too   much   to   overcome,   and   Liam   Hayes DGGHG  IRU 98+6 ZKLFKLPSURYHGWRKHDGLQJLQWR 7XHVGD\¶VGXHOZLWKWKH7LJHUV Sawyer   Kamman VFRUHG  IRU WKH(DJOHVZKROHGE\DWWKH half.   COMMODORES 2Q -DQ  KRVW %)$6W $O-­ EDQV WRSSHG 98+6  Jarrett   LeFlecheVFRUHGSRLQWV EAGLES 2Q -DQ  WKH (DJOHV FOLSSHG YLVLWLQJ 0LOWRQ  EHKLQG  points   from   Mark   Jipner DQG  from   Kamman.   The   Yellowjackets   GURSSHGWR On  Tuesday,   visiting   BFA-­St.  Al-­ bans  downed  the  Eagles,  60-­43.  The   %REZKLWHVLPSURYHGWRDQGDUH undefeated   in   the   Lake   Division.   (See  Basketball,  Page  3B)

Sports BRIEFS

MUHS  wrestlers   win  at  tournament

CORINTH,   N.Y.   â&#x20AC;&#x201D;   Three   mem-­ bers   of   the   Middlebury   Union   High   School   wrestling   team   won   their   ZHLJKWFODVVHVDWDQWHDPWRXUQD-­ ment  in  Corinth,  N.Y.,  this  past  Sat-­ urday. Overall,   the   Tigers,   who   brought   just   seven   wrestlers,   took   seventh   RXWRIWHDPVIXOOYDUVLW\WHDPV and  eight  of  those  squadsâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;  B  teams.   *DOZD\ 1< SUHYDLOHG ZLWK  points,   followed   by   Corinth   with   08+6VFRUHG The   lionâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s   share   of   those   points   came  from  Nate  Gebo,  James  Mason   and  Jake  Trautwein.   Gebo  compiled  a  3-­0  mark  in  win-­ QLQJ DW  SRXQGV ZKLOH 0DVRQ and   Trautwein   both   went   4-­0   while   ZLQQLQJDWDQGSRXQGVUH-­ spectively.   Chris   Gobbi   also   fared   well,   tak-­ LQJVHFRQGDWZLWKDPDUN 1LFN%HDXFKDPSDWDQG%HQQ /XVVLHU DW  HDFK FRPSLOHG  records,   while   Kyle   Desabrais   went   DW


PAGE  2B  â&#x20AC;&#x201D;  Addison  Independent,  Thursday,  February  6,  2014

Hoops (Continued  from  Page  1B) nor  Quinnâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s  eight  leading  the  way.   But  Altemose   said   the  Tigers   had   trouble   underneath   defensively,   and   KDGGLIÂżFXOW\RQWKHDWWDFNXQWLOWKHLU late   surge   â&#x20AC;&#x201D;   they   went   on   a   15-­2   fourth-­quarter   run   to   knot   the   score   at   52-­52,   a   rally   sparked   by   three   treys   from   sophomore   Oakley   Gor-­ GRQZKRÂżQLVKHGZLWKSRLQWV â&#x20AC;&#x153;Obviously   the   size   differential   there  was  a  challenge  for  us  coming   in,  and  it  was  a  challenge  for  us  all   game  long.  But  I  think  we  held  our   own  defensively  and  on  the  boards,â&#x20AC;?   Altemose   said.   â&#x20AC;&#x153;But   offensively   â&#x20AC;Ś   I  donâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;t  think  we  made  a  shot  on  the   perimeter   outside   of   12   feet   until   SUREDEO\ WKH ODVW IRXU ÂżYH PLQXWHV of  the  game.â&#x20AC;? ,QWKHÂżUVWTXDUWHUWKH7LJHUVWRRN a  4-­0  lead  on  a  couple  hoops  set  up   by   junior   point   guard   Bobby   Ritter   (11   points,   four   assists,   four   steals,   ÂżYHUHERXQGV  But   then   VUHS   remembered   the   game  plan:  Get  the  ball  inside.  Ben-­ ning  scored  nine  points  in  the  period,   and   Raymond   (13   points,   a   couple   nice   assists)   capped   it   with   a   three,   and  VUHS  led,  14-­8. Benning   said   the   Commodores   had   discussed   taking   advantage   of   their  size.   â&#x20AC;&#x153;We   knew   that   we   were   going   to   have  a  little  bit  (of  size)  on  them,  we   VERGENNES  UNION  HIGH  School  junior  Jake  Dombek  tries  to  block   just  tried  to  play  our  best  and  try  to   a  pass  by  Tiger  junior  Connor  Quinn  Tuesday  night.  Vergennes  won  the   game,  58-­54. get  it  down  low,â&#x20AC;?  he  said.   Independent  photo/Trent  Campbell In   the   second   period,   the   Com-­ modores  stretched  the  lead  to  20-­10,   for  VUHS.   baskets   by   seniors   Jarret   LaFleche   when   only   a   putback   by   senior   for-­ 7KH 7LJHUV ÂżQLVKHG WKH SHULRG and   Jamie   DeVries.   MUHS   coun-­ ward   Sam   Usilton   (nine   down   12,   43-­31,   but   tered   only   with   hoops   from   junior   points)   answered   two   â&#x20AC;&#x153;(Our) kids could  have  made  up  more   swingman   Cullen   Hathaway,   Gor-­ buckets   inside   by   Miede-­ played hard ground   if   they   had   hit   don  and  Usilton,  all  in  the  lane.   ma   and   one   by   Benning.   and kept more  than  four  of  11  free   Then  at  3:30,  Gordon  sank  a  three   A  couple  hoops  by  MUHS   their heads throws  in  the  period  (they   IURPWKHOHIWĂ&#x20AC;DQNDWDQGDIWHU sophomore   forward   Sam   were   eight   for   20   over-­ a  VUHS  turnover,  sank  another  one   Holmes   and   three   Rit-­ in it and all).   Still,   junior   forward   from  the  same  spot  at  3:10  to  make   ter   points   helped   cut   the   made a nice Bryce   Burrell   scored   it  50-­43.   lead   to   24-­17,   but   Ray-­ run at the four,   and   Usilton   and   Benning   hit   in   the   lane   at   2:49,   mond   closed   the   quarter   end. Iâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;d just Ritter   added   three   apiece   courtesy   of   one   of   Cousinoâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s   four   with   six   straight   points   like to see us as   MUHS   stayed   within   assists,   but   14   seconds   later   Rit-­ â&#x20AC;&#x201D;   three   free   throws   after   play more of striking   distance   by   at-­ ter  nailed  a  trey.  Nine  seconds  after   being   fouled   launching   a   tacking   the   basket   in   the   that,   a   Gordon   free   throw   made   it   trey,  and  then  a  trey  at  the   a consistent third.   52-­47.  After  another  VUHS  miscue,   buzzer  â&#x20AC;&#x201D;  to  make  it  30-­17   game.â&#x20AC;? Quinn  switched  VUHS   Usilton  rebounded  a  miss,  Altemose   at  the  half.   â&#x20AC;&#x201D; MUHS Coach into   a   zone   to   open   the   called   for   time,   and   Burrell   con-­ The   Tigers   pushed   the   Chris Altemose fourth   period,   and   it   verted  inside  on  the  inbounds  play  at   pace   in   the   third   and   be-­ looked   like   a   good   idea   1:45:  52-­49.   JDQ WR ÂżQG WKH EDVNHW EXW PDGH for   four-­and-­a-­half   minutes,   after   Usilton   stole   the   ball   at   the   other   little  headway  on  the  scoreboard  as   which  VUHS  still  led  by  13,  50-­37,   HQGDWDQGÂżYHVHFRQGVODWHUWKH Dam  came  off  the  bench  to  score  six   on   three   points   from   Benning   and   game  was  tied  â&#x20AC;&#x201D;  Gordon  hit  another  

Panther  men   split  games   on  weekend MIDDLEBURY   â&#x20AC;&#x201D;   The   Middle-­ bury  College  menâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s  hockey  team  split   two   NESCAC   home   games   this   past   weekend,   following   a   solid   win   with   a  disappointing  setback.  The  Panthers   are   8-­8-­2   overall   and   6-­5-­1   in   NES-­ CAC  play,  good  for  a  three-­way  tie  for   fourth  in  the  league.  Their  loss  on  Sat-­ urday  cost  them  outright  possession  of   fourth  place.   On   Friday,   Derek   Pimentel   scored   two   third-­period   goals   and   Liam   0RRUÂżHOG<HH UHFRUGHG KLV ÂżUVW FD-­ reer   shutout   in   a   3-­0   win   over   Tufts   (3-­15,  1-­11  in  the  league). $IWHU D VFRUHOHVV ÂżUVW SHULRG DW 11:17  of  the  second  Louis  Belisle  fol-­ ORZHGKLVRZQVKRWDQGÂżQLVKHGDIWHU a   pinpoint   assist   from   Brendan   Mc-­ Govern. The   score   stayed   at   1-­0   until   the   midway  point  of  the  third  period,  when   Pimentel   converted   his   own   rebound   at   10:42   after   passes   from   Belisle   and  Jake  Charles.  Pimentel  added  his   second   of   the   period   and   10th   of   the   season  at  16:32  after  precision  passes   from  Mike  Najjar  and  Belisle. 0RRUÂżHOG/HH UHFRUGHG  VDYHV while  Greg  Jenkins  was  credited  with   28  saves  for  the  Jumbos. On   Saturday,   Middlebury   outshot   visiting  Connecticut  by  34-­15  but  lost,   2-­1;Íž   the   Camels   improved   to   5-­12-­1   and  4-­8-­0  in  the  league. Middlebury   held   a   15-­7   edge   in   VKRWVLQWKHVFRUHOHVVÂżUVWSHULRGEXW the   Camels   took   the   lead   at   4:03   of   the   second   period,   when   Steve   Ser-­ COMMODORE  SOPHOMORE  AARON  Gaines  puts  up  a  jumper  during   video  found  the  upper  right  corner  of   Tuesdayâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s  game  against  Middlebury. the  net.     Independent  photo/Trent  Campbell At  3:36  of  the  third,  Servideo  made   LW  RQ WKH SRZHU SOD\ E\ GHĂ&#x20AC;HFW-­ three.   Quinn   called   for   time,   after   0:13,   but   Raymond   iced   the   game   which   the   Commodores   inbounded   from   the   line   at   0:11   with   two   for   ing  in  a  shot  from  the  point.  At  11:12,   Belisle  made  it  2-­1  on  the  power  play   WR&RXVLQR+HĂ&#x20AC;HZGRZQWKHĂ&#x20AC;RRU VUHS. and  dished  to  his  left  to  Benning  cut-­ Altemose   said   both   teams   made   by   tipping   in   a   shot   by   Jake   Charles   ting  to  the  hoop.  Benning  converted,   good   plays   down   the   stretch,   but   from  the  point;Íž  it  was  his  team-­leading   was  fouled  and  made  the  free  throw   would   have   liked   to   see   the   Tigers   13th  of  the  season. 0RRUÂżHOG/HH   UHFRUGHG  (VUHS   was   nine   for   17   from   the   do  more  earlier.     saves,   while   Camel   goalie   Mike   Pe-­ line)  to  put  VUHS  on  top,  55-­52,  at   â&#x20AC;&#x153;(Our)  kids  played  hard  and  kept   tchonka  was  credited  with  33  saves. 0:27.   their  heads  in  it  and  made  a  nice  run   Quinn  said  the  play  was  by  design.   at   the   end,â&#x20AC;?   he   said.   â&#x20AC;&#x153;Iâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;d   just   like   â&#x20AC;&#x153;He   created   a   little   lane   for   Josh,   to   see   us   play   more   of   a   consistent   who  was  the  horse  all  night,â&#x20AC;?  he  said.   game.â&#x20AC;? â&#x20AC;&#x153;That   was   exactly   what   we   were   Quinn   said   it   was   important   for   hoping  for.â&#x20AC;? the   Commodores   that   they   won   BOULDER,   Colo.   â&#x20AC;&#x201D;   Turner   Benning   then   rebounded   a   Tiger   without   starting   junior   point   guard   Ramsay,   daughter   of   Middlebury   miss   and   hit   a   free   throw   at   0:17:   Liam  Hayes,  who  was  out  sick.   Town   Manager   Kathleen   Ramsay,   56-­52.  Ritter  hit  two  free  throws  at   â&#x20AC;&#x153;Certainly,  winning  a  game  with-­ ÂżQLVKHGVHFRQGLQWKHDQGXQGHU out   Liam   is   huge,â&#x20AC;?   Quinn   said.   â&#x20AC;&#x153;I   girlsâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;  category  at  the  National  Cyclo-­ think   that   helped   everybodyâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s   con-­ cross   Championships,   which   were   ÂżGHQFH´ held  in  Boulder  from  Jan.  10  through   Altemose   noted   the   rematch   12.   comes  on  Feb.  21.   Ramsay,   who   competes   for   her   â&#x20AC;&#x153;Weâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;ll   probably   have   another   Killington   Mountain   School   team,   tough   game   with   them   at   our   place   improved  on  her  third-­place  national   in  a  couple  weeks,â&#x20AC;?  he  said.  â&#x20AC;&#x153;Weâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;ve   8ÂżQLVKLQ got  to  focus  on  the  ones  in  between,   Cyclocross   is   an   endurance   sport   but   of   course,   we   always   look   for-­ combining   bicycling   and   running   ward  to  that.â&#x20AC;? 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Frost  Mountain  skiers  compete STOWE   â&#x20AC;&#x201D;   Frost   Mountain   Nor-­ dic   Club   skiers   competed   this   past   weekend  at  the  Trapp  Family  Lodge   â&#x20AC;&#x201D;   site   of   the   upcoming   Junior   Na-­ tional   Championships   in   March   â&#x20AC;&#x201D;   in  the  third  set  of  races  in  the  highly   competitive  Eastern  Cup  Series,  with   some  solid  results.     ,Q6DWXUGD\ÂśVNLORPHWHUFODVVLF sprint   competition,   Cornwallâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s   So-­ SKLH+RGJHVDQG:H\EULGJHÂśV'RUR-­ thy   Punderson   competed   for   Frost   Mountain  in  the  girlsâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;  races.   +RGJHVTXDOLÂżHGIRUWKHVHPLÂżQDO

rounds   by   taking   sixth   in   the   indi-­ vidual   16-­and-­under   preliminary   TXDOLI\LQJ UDFH ZRQ KHU VHPLÂżQDO heat,   and   ended   up   third   overall.   3XQGHUVRQÂżQLVKHGUGLQWKH8 competition.   On   the   boysâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;   side,   U-­16   skiers   Nick   Wilkerson   of   Middlebury   and   6DP+RGJHVRI&RUQZDOOMXVWPLVVHG the   12-­person   preliminary   cut,   with   Wilkerson   in   15th   and   Hodges   in   22nd. ,Q 6XQGD\ÂśV . VNDWH UDFHV 6R-­ phie   Hodges   took   sixth   in   the   girlsâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;  

U-­16  event,  Punderson  was  42nd  in   the  girlsâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;  U-­18  race,  and  in  the  boysâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;   U-­16   competition   Sam   Hodges   was   15th  and  Wilkerson  took  26th. Frost   Mountain   coach   Cam   MacKugler   also   noted   that   several   club  alums  skated  for  college  teams   as  the  University  of  Vermont  carni-­ val   wrapped   up   on   Sunday:   Britta   Clark   for   Bates,   Alia   Johnson   for   Middlebury   and   Mac   Groves   for   Bowdoin.   Groves  fared  the  best,  taking  third   in  a  sprint  event,  MacKugler  said.  

Dickerson (Continued  from  Page  1B) alpine  stream  in  a  remote  wilderness.   7KH UHDVRQ , ZDV GUHGJLQJ XS WKHVH memories   is   that   â&#x20AC;&#x201D;   thanks   in   part   to   years   of   writing   an   outdoor   col-­ XPQIRUWKLVSDSHU²,ZDVUHFHQWO\ offered   contracts   for   several   books   weaving   together   narratives   about   QDWXUHHFRORJ\WURXWDQGĂ&#x20AC;\ÂżVKLQJ And   that   had   me   remembering   that   ÂżUVWWLPH,HYHUSLFNHGXSDĂ&#x20AC;\URG Or,   possibly,   misremembering.   Which   is   to   say,   engaging   in   nostal-­ JLD 2QH RI WKH ÂżUVW SUREOHPV ZDV QDLOLQJGRZQWKHGDWH$QG,DPQRW referring  to  the  exact  day  of  the  week,   RUGD\RIWKHPRQWK,GLGQÂśWQHHGWKDW PXFKGHWDLO,MXVWQHHGHGWKH\HDUVR ,ZRXOGNQRZKRZROG,ZDV0\ID-­ ther  thought  it  was  1979  or  even  1980   ZKHQ , WXUQHG  , ZDV WKLQNLQJ LW ZDVZKHQ,ZDV,WWRRNDOO four   of   us   to   piece   together   various   FOXHV WR GHÂżQLWLYHO\ QDLO WKH \HDU DV 1978   â&#x20AC;&#x201D;   the   same   year   my   middle   brother   fell   off   a   ladder,   fractured   a   vertebra,  and  started  college  in  a  back   brace. The  interesting  thing,  though,  was   that   while   we   struggled   for   some   time   to   remember   details   like   the   year   it   happened,   or   the   name   of   lodge   where   we   were   staying   in   the   mountains  of  Colorado,  or  what  kind   of  rental  car  we  drove,  all  of  us  had   very  powerful  and  clear  memories  of   WKDWGD\RIÂżVKLQJ,UHPHPEHUZDON-­ LQJ LQWR D Ă&#x20AC;\ VKRS LQ WKH PRUQLQJ with   our   guide,   and   seeing   a   trophy   lake   trout   of   36   pounds   hanging   on   WKH ZDOO EHKLQG WKH FRXQWHU ,Q DZH

Thatâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s  a  keeper ,DVNHGWKHVWRUHRZQHUZKHUHLWKDG come  from.  Turns  out  our  guide  had   FDXJKWLWRQDĂ&#x20AC;\URG$PDFNLQDZKH called  it:  the  Western  name  for  a  lake   WURXW,WZDVWKHRQO\WLPH,KDYHHYHU heard  a  togue  called  a  mackinaw,  but   ,UHPHPEHUWKHQDPHVWLOO$QG,UH-­ member  our  guide  being  both  a  little   proud  and  a  little  embarrassed  when   WKHĂ&#x20AC;\VKRSRZQHUODXJKHGDQGSRLQW-­ ed  to  him. , UHPHPEHU RXU JXLGH WKHQ WDN-­ ing  us  out  in  the  river.  Heâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;d  told  us   to   bring   â&#x20AC;&#x153;tenniesâ&#x20AC;?   â&#x20AC;&#x201D;   assuming   we   knew  what  they  were.  Tennis  shoes.   We   had   to   be   told.  Those   were   the   days   before   any   of   us   owned   wad-­ HUV 1HLWKHU GLG , SOD\ WHQQLV %XW , GLG KDYH VRPH VQHDNHUV DQG ZDV perfectly   willing   to   let   them   get   VRDNHGIRUWKHVDNHRIDGD\RIÂżVK-­ LQJ,DOVRUHPHPEHURXUJXLGHW\LQJ WZRGU\Ă&#x20AC;LHVRQKLVOLQHDWWKHVDPH time:  a  size  no.  14  Adams  and  about   DQR+RUQEXUJ2QKLVÂżUVWFDVW he  hooked  and  landed  two  rainbow   WURXWRQHRQHDFKĂ&#x20AC;\LQVRPHULIIV

on  the  West  Branch  of  the  Colorado   River  in  Granby. 3HUKDSV PRVW FOHDUO\ WKRXJK , can  still  picture  that  beautiful  moun-­ tain  meadow  where  the  river  took  a   big   bend   around   an   old   stump   and   emptied   into   a   reservoir.   We   had   to   hike   about   a   mile   into   it.   But   it   was  worth  the  hike.  The  three  of  us,   VSUHDG RXW DURXQG WKDW MXW RI ODQG DW WKH ULYHU EHQG FDXJKW ÂżVK DIWHU ÂżVK DOO WKDW ODWH DIWHUQRRQ DQG LQWR the  evening  on  Adamses  and  Horn-­ burgs.   They   were   mostly   rainbows   and  cutthroat,  but  one  brother  land-­ ed   a   mackinaw.   Not   a   36-­pounder,   but  still  one  that  bent  his  rod. , KDYH QR GRXEW WKDW P\ PHPR-­ ries   â&#x20AC;&#x201D;   whether   about   snow,   or   FROG RU WURXW ÂżVKLQJ ² DUH RIWHQ if   not   always   clouded   with   roman-­ tic   nostalgia.   Nonetheless,   the   type   of   memories   that   do   stick,   and   the   clarity   with   which   those   memories   stick   even   as   others   fade,   tells   me   something  very  important  about  the   SRZHURIÂżVKLQJ

ELEVEN-­YEAR-­OLD  THATCHER  TRUDEAU,  son  of  Darcy  and  Apachie  Trudeau  of  Salisbury,  holds  up   WKHSRXQG1RUWKHUQSLNHKHFDXJKWGXULQJ.DPSHUVYLOOHœVDQQXDO¿VKLQJGHUE\KHOG)HEDQGRQ /DNH'XQPRUH7KDWFKHUœVFDWFKWRRN¿UVWSODFHLQWKH1RUWKHUQSLNHFDWHJRU\DQGZDVWKHVHFRQGODUJHVW ¿VKFDXJKWLQWKHGHUE\ Photo  by  Jonathan  Blake

Girlsâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;  basketball (Continued  from  Page  1B) led  the  1-­15  Tigers  with  seven  points.   The   Tigers   also   played   on   Jan.   31,  when  visiting  Missisquoi  (2-­13)   snapped   a   13-­13   halftime   tie   and   claimed  a  32-­21  win  over  MUHS.   OTTERS On   Jan.   30,   visiting   Fair   Haven   won  a  defensive  battle  at  OV,  30-­20.   Bethany  Lanfear  (nine  points)  and   Orwellâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s   Elizabeth   Fyles   (seven)   helped   the   Slaters   improve   to   11-­3   DQG WDNH RYHU ÂżUVW SODFH LQ ',, from   Mount  Abe.   Brittany   Bushey   topped  OV  with  seven  points. On  Saturday,  visiting  Burr  &  Bur-­ ton   pulled   away   from   a   16-­13   half-­ time  lead  for  a  39-­23  victory  over  the  

Otters.   Amy   Jones   paced   OV   with   11   points,   and   Taylor   Aines   added   ÂżYH On   Tuesday,   the   Otters   used   bal-­ anced  scoring  to  pull  away  from  vis-­ iting  Windsor  in  the  second  half,  51-­ 28.  Laura  Beth  Roberts  led  the  way   with   15   points,   Jones   and   Bushey   contributed  seven  apiece,  and  Cort-­ ney   Poljacik   and   Aines   added   six   each  as  OV  moved  to  6-­10.   COMMODORES On  Jan.  30,  visiting  Miltonâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s  14-­0   second-­quarter   surge   proved   deci-­ sive   in   its   43-­29   victory   at   VUHS.   K.C.  Ambrose  contributed  11  points   and   10   rebounds   and   Breanna   La-­ Pan  scored  seven  for  the  3-­11  Com-­

modores.  Milton  moved  to  9-­4. On   Saturday,   the   Commodores   trailed   visiting   Montpelier   at   the   half,  26-­19,  but  erupted  in  the  second   half   to   outscore   the   Solons   by   28-­6   in  a  47-­32  victory.   Taylor   Paquetteâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s   13   points   and   12   boards   sparked   VUHS,   and   Ta-­ mara  Aunchman  and  Nikki  Salley   chipped   in   nine   points   apiece   for   VUHS. On   Monday,   host   Colchester   im-­ proved  to  12-­4  with  a  42-­24  victory   over   VUHS.   Ambrose   led   the   4-­11   Commodores   with   six   points,   Bri-­ anna  GeboFDPHXSZLWKÂżYHVWHDOV and   Jane   Russell   pulled   in   a   team-­ KLJKÂżYHERDUGV

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â&#x20AC;&#x2DC;Face  Offâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;  raises  record  $75K  to   Health  Matters boost  breast  cancer  research Health  care  navigators  gear  up   for  March  15  enrollment  deadline MIDDLEBURY   â&#x20AC;&#x201D;   The   15th   annual   â&#x20AC;&#x153;Face   Off   Against   Breast   Cancerâ&#x20AC;?  hockey  tournament  broke  an   all-­time  fundraising  record  this  year,   raising   $75,000.   That   put   the   total   amassed   for   the   statewide   Cancer   Patient   Support   Program   at   more   than  $400,000  altogether  over  all  15   years. Tournament   was   hosted   by   the   Middlebury   Otters   and   the   Middlebury   Mystix,   two   local   womenâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s   community   ice   hockey   teams,  at  the  Memorial  Sports  Center   in  Middlebury  on  Jan.  25  and  26. The   tournament   was   founded   in   2000,   when   one   of   the   Middlebury   Otters   was   diagnosed   with   breast   cancer.  Luckily,  she  is  still  a  survivor   and  is  said  to  be  a  great  stick-­handler.   This   yearâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s   competition   brought   together   13   womenâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s   hockey   teams   from  all  over  Vermont  to  take  part  in   competitive,  recreational  and  novice   divisions,   as   well   as   a   â&#x20AC;&#x153;Friends   and   Familyâ&#x20AC;?   division   for   men,   kids   and   co-­ed   groups.   In   addition   to   the   Otters   and   Mystix,   the   other   teams   included  the  Burlington  Ice  Breakers,   Green  Mountain  Thunder,  Evolution,   Waterbury   Wicked,   Manchester   THE  MIDDLEBURY  OTTERS  womenâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s  ice  hockey  team  waits  for  their   Rusty   Blades,   Burlington   Black   Ice,   WXUQRQWKHLFH6KRZQIURPOHIWDUH:HQG\/HHGV/L]D6DFKHOL6DUDK Burlington   Switch   Blades,   Arctic   Lâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;Esperance  and  Amy  Buck. Photos  courtesy  of  Sheri  Lewis Foxes,  Northeast  Kingdom  Womenâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s   Hockey,  Team  Warrior,  and  Barre  32   Although   the   tournament   is   for   a   enjoy   the   competition.   This   year,   Degrees. good   cause,   many   participants   also   the   winning   teams   in   each   division   were   Team   Warrior   in   the   competi-­ tive   division,   Middlebury   Otters   in   recreational  and    Middlebury  Mystix   in  novice. In   addition   to   hockey   games,   the   Face  Off  Against  Breast  Cancer  also   included   several   other   associated   DFWLYLWLHVLQFOXGLQJDIXQÂżOOHGEHQH-­ ÂżWFRQFHUWGDQFHQLJKWZLWKWKH+RUVH Traders  at  Two  Brothers  Tavern. Friends  and  families  of  the  partici-­ pants   enjoyed   cheering   on   their   teams,   as   well   as   socializing   and   forming  bonds  with  others  who  face   this   disease.   One   story   shared   was   of   the   four   Hayes   sisters   of   â&#x20AC;&#x153;Team   Warrior,â&#x20AC;?   who   played   in   honor   of   their  mom,  a  breast  cancer  survivor.   The   four   young   women   spanned   11   years   in   age   and   last   monthâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s   Face   OTTER  PLAYERS  SHARE  a  laugh  between  games. Off   Against   Breast   Cancer   was   the   ÂżUVW WLPH DOO IRXU KDG HYHU SOD\HG on   a     team   together.   Also,   breast   cancer   survivor   Cathy   Aragi   of   the   Manchester  Rusty  Blades  played  for   WKHÂżUVWWLPHLQ\HDUVDQGGR]HQVRI her  family  and  friends  showed  up  at   the  rink  to  surprise  her  and  cheer  her   on. One   in   eight   women   will   face   a   breast   cancer   diagnosis   in   her   lifetime. Proceeds   from   the   tournament   EHQHÂżW WKH &DQFHU 3DWLHQW 6XSSRUW Program   (CPSP)â&#x20AC;&#x2122;s   patient   services   and   emergency   fund,   and   are   earmarked  for  breast  cancer  patients.   CPSP   provides   counseling,   nutri-­ WLRQDOVXSSRUWDQGHPHUJHQF\ÂżQDQ-­ cial  assistance.  The  Face  Off  Against   Breast   Cancer   is   the   single   largest   fundraiser   for   CPSPâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s   Emergency   FANS  AT  A  recreational  division  game  wave  pink  â&#x20AC;&#x153;No.  1â&#x20AC;?  hands. Fund.

MIDDLEBURY   â&#x20AC;&#x201D;   With   the   March   15   Vermont   Health   Connect   enrollment   deadline   quickly   approaching,   navigator   agencies   in   Addison   County   have   been   gearing   up   to   ensure   residents   have   ample   opportunity  to  get  their  health  insur-­ ance  questions  answered  and  to  meet   one-­on-­one  with  a  navigator  for  indi-­ vidual  enrollment  support. Over   the   next   month   and   a   half,   navigators   at   the   Open   Door   Clinic   in  Middlebury  and  the  Blueprint  for   Health   Community   Health   Team   at   Porter  Hospital  will  be  holding  drop-­ in   hours   at   libraries   and   other   loca-­ tions   throughout   Addison   County   and   Brandon.   During   these   drop-­in   hours,   individuals   will   be   given   the   opportunity  to  get  their  health  insur-­ ance   questions   answered   around   HOLJLELOLW\ ÂżQDQFLDO DVVLVWDQFH DQG enrollment  deadlines.     In  an  effort  to  increase  accessibil-­ ity  to  navigators,  both  the  Open  Door  

Clinic   and   the   Blueprint   for   Health   Community   Health   Team   will   be   RIIHULQJRIÂżFHKRXUVIRURQHRQRQH appointments  at  locations  throughout   Addison  County  and  Brandon  for  the   remainder   of   the   enrollment   period.   In  anticipation  of  an  increased  need   for   one-­on-­one   assistance,   these   organizations   will   also   be   increas-­ ing  their  staff  time  to  accommodate   as   many   individuals   as   possible   between  now  and  March  15. $ FHUWLÂżHG 9HUPRQW +HDOWK Connect   navigator   can   help   you   GHWHUPLQH\RXUHOLJLELOLW\IRUÂżQDQ-­ cial   assistance,   explain   the   various   plans   offered   on   Vermont   Health   Connect,  and  assist  you  in  enrolling   in  either  a  public  or  a  private  health   insurance   plan.   If   youâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;re   strug-­ gling   with   enrolling   on   Vermont   Health   Connect,   or   if   you   donâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;t   know  where  to  start,  call  a  naviga-­ tor   today.   Their   services   are   free   and  theyâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;ll  work  with  you  to  ensure  

you   get   the   plan   that   best   meets   your  needs  and  budget.  Navigatorsâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;   VFKHGXOHVÂżOOXSTXLFNO\WKRXJKVR call  today  for  a  February  or  March   appointment. Addison   County   navigator   orga-­ nizations   include   the   Blueprint   for   Health   Community   Health   Team   at   Porter   Hospital   (388-­5625),   the   Open   Door   Clinic   (989-­6872),   the   Addison   County   Chamber   of   Commerce   (388-­7951)   and   WKH &KDPSODLQ 9DOOH\ 2IÂżFH RI Economic  Opportunity  (388-­2285).     For   details   on   when   a   Vermont   Health  Connect  navigator  will  be  at   a  library  or  event  in  your  area,  visit   the  Vermont  Health  Connect  website   at  www.VermontHealthConnect.gov.     Editorâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s   note:   â&#x20AC;&#x153;Health   Mattersâ&#x20AC;?   is   a   series   of   community   education   articles   written   by   members   of   the   Porter  Medical  Center  professional/ clinical   staff   on   health   topics   of   general  interest  to  our  community.

Before  &  after SECOND-­   AND   THIRD-­GRAD-­ ERS   in   the   SOAR   afterschool   program   at   Neshobe   School   pose  with  masks  before  and  af-­ ter  painting  them.  The  students,   participants   in   SOARâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s   â&#x20AC;&#x153;ME   Projectâ&#x20AC;?  club,  painted  the  masks   to  represent  themselves.

March  15th is  the  Deadline.

Are  you  covered? Questions about Vermont Health Connect?

Do you have questions about Vermont Health Connect? If so, we have the answers. Navigators from the Open Door Clinic in Middlebury and the Blueprint for Health Community Health Team at Porter Medical Center will be available at the following locations to answer your questions about eligibility, financial assistance and enrollment deadlines: Sarah Partridge Community Library â&#x20AC;&#x201C; February 13th, 4:00pm-6:00pm Russell Memorial Library â&#x20AC;&#x201C; February 13th, 5:30pm-7:00pm Starksboro Public Library â&#x20AC;&#x201C; February 15th, 9:00am-10:30am Lincoln Library â&#x20AC;&#x201C; February 15th, 11:30am-1:00pm Hancock Free Public Library â&#x20AC;&#x201C; February 18th, 9:00am-10:00am Brandon Free Public Library â&#x20AC;&#x201C; February 22nd, 8:30am-9:30am Lawrence Memorial Library â&#x20AC;&#x201C; February 25th, 1:00pm-2:00pm New Haven Town Library â&#x20AC;&#x201C; February 27th, 5:00pm-8:00pm Bixby Memorial Library â&#x20AC;&#x201C; March 1st, 10:00am-11:30am Ilsley Library â&#x20AC;&#x201C; March 4th, 11:00am-1:00pm (in the Reference Room) Platt Memorial Library â&#x20AC;&#x201C; March 8th, 11:30am-1:00pm Orwell Free Library â&#x20AC;&#x201C; March 11th, 6:00pm-8:00pm Cornwall Town Hall/Library â&#x20AC;&#x201C; March 14th, 12:00 noon-1pm

Do you want to schedule an appointment with a Navigator?

Navigator services are completely FREE and office hours are held throughout Addison County. Below are the schedules for Navigators at the Open Door Clinic in Middlebury and the Blueprint for Health Community Health Team at Porter Medical Center. Call today to schedule an appointment, our Navigatorâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s schedules fill up quickly!

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Please call the Open Door Clinic at 989-6872 to schedule an appointment for these dates/times: Mondays, 8:30am-1:00pm â&#x20AC;&#x201C; Bixby Memorial Library Tuesdays, 5:30pm-9:30pm - The Open Door Clinic in Middlebury Wednesdays, 8:30am-1:00pm - The Open Door Clinic in Middlebury Fridays, 8:30am-1:00pm â&#x20AC;&#x201C; The Open Door Clinic in Middlebury Hancock Free Public Library â&#x20AC;&#x201C; 2/18, 10:00am-3:00pm Little City Family Practice â&#x20AC;&#x201C; 2/20, 6:00pm-9:30pm Brandon Free Public Library â&#x20AC;&#x201C; 2/22, 8:30am-1:00pm Lawrence Memorial Library â&#x20AC;&#x201C; 2/25, 10:00am-1:00pm Little City Family Practice â&#x20AC;&#x201C; 3/13, 6:00pm-9:30pm Cornwall Town Hall/Library â&#x20AC;&#x201C; 3/14, 9:00am-12:00pm Please call the Blueprint for Health Community Health Team at Porter Medical Center at 388-5625 to schedule an appointment for these dates/times: Porter Medical Center â&#x20AC;&#x201C; Monday-Friday, 9am-5pm Neshobe Family Practice â&#x20AC;&#x201C; Thursdays, 11am-5pm Little City Family Health â&#x20AC;&#x201C; Fridays, 11am-5pm Bristol Internal Medicine â&#x20AC;&#x201C; Tuesdays, 11am-4pm Bixby Library â&#x20AC;&#x201C; Monday 2pm-7pm on 2/17, 3/3 & 3/10 Mountain Health Center â&#x20AC;&#x201C; Call 388-5625 for availability Addison Family Medicine â&#x20AC;&#x201C; Call 388-5625 for availability Porter Internal Medicine â&#x20AC;&#x201C; Call 388-5625 for availability

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Serving  all  your  plumbing  and  heating  needs. Owned  and  operated  by: Bill  Heffernan,   Jim  &  David  Whitcomb

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RENTALS WANTED Property  hasnâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;t  sold?  Going  on  sabbatical?

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Real  Estate

E X P.   R E E F E R   D R I V-­ ERS;   Great   pay.   Freight   lanes   from   Presque   Isle,   ME,   Boston-­Lehigh,   PA   800-­277-­0212   or   drive-­ forprime.com  .

2000  SQUARE  FEET  Pro-­ fessional   office   space   in   Middlebury,   multi-­room.   Ground  level,  parking,  hand-­ icapped-­accessible.  Avail-­ able  now.  802-­558-­6092.

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

S A L I S B U RY   S T U D I O   APARTMENT  â&#x20AC;&#x201D;  furnished.   Includes   utilities,   dish   TV,   no  pets,  no  smoking.  $750  /   month.  802-­352-­9094.

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

GREENHOUSE   WORK-­ ADDISON   HOUSE   TO   ERS   WANTED   part-­time   share.   Private   suite   con-­ or   full-­time.   Seasonal   until   sisting  of  1  bedroom,  small   June.  First  Season  Green-­ living   room,   private   bath,   houses.   Phone   475-­2588   skylights,  laundry  room  with   washer  /  dryer,   includes   in-­ between  5-­7  p.m. ternet,   satellite   tv   and   all   utilities.   $550  /  m onth.   References   and   deposit.   802-­759-­2133. RINGERâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;S   HOME   CARE   is   looking   for   dependable,   BRANDON   2   BEDROOM   caring   and   motivated   care   1.5  bath  with  new  kitchen,   givers   to   join   our   family.   washer  /  d ryer   hookups.   We   have   night   shift   and   Private   deck.   Tenant   pays   weekend   hours   available.   heat  and  electric.  $850  per   On-­sight   training   given.   month.   Application   with   To   apply   please   email   re-­ credit  check.  Call  Courtney   sume  to  ringerhomecare@ at   Lang   McLaughry   RE   at   gmail.com   or   call   Angie   802-­385-­1107. 802-­877-­1363. BRANDON,   NOW   RENT-­ T.  BUCK  CONSTRUCTION,   ING  1  &  2  bedroom  afford-­ INC.   is   looking   for   bridge   able  apartments  at  Park  Vil-­ carpenters   &   laborers   for   lage.  Rents  starting  at  $689   bridge   replacement   on   /  mo.  Some  utilities  included.   Route  125  in  East  Middle-­ Great  location,  beautiful  set-­ bury,  VT.  Minimum  5  yearsâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;   ting,  30  minutes  to  Rutland,   experience.  For  a  mailed  ap-­ 5   minutes   to   downtown   plication  call  207-­783-­6223,   Brandon,   easy   access   to   ext   201,   or   apply   in   per-­ Route   7.   Call   Chantel   for   son   at   3   Gristmill   Road,   more  info  802-­247-­0165. Middlebury,   VT.   Women   &   Minorities   are   encouraged   BRIDPORT   VILLAGE;   ONE   bedroom   apartment,   to  apply.  EOE. 4   rooms,   with   porch  /  lawn.   THE  BURLINGTON  FREE   Washer  /  dryer,  heat  /  hot  wa-­ PRESS   is   looking   for   reli-­ ter   included.   No   smoking,   able  early  morning  risers  to   no  pets.  References.  $775  /   deliver   our   paper   to   home   month  plus  security  deposit.   delivery   subscribers   in   the   Only  living  unit  in  building.   towns  of  Lincoln,  Middlebury   For  more  information,  David   and  East  Middlebury.  Must   802-­758-­2546. have  a  reliable  vehicle,  valid   driverâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s   license   and   proof   BRIDPORT;   LARGE   1   of  insurance.  We  also  have   bedroom,   second   floor   opportunities   available   for   apartment.   $650  /  m o.   in-­ wholesale   delivery   to   our   cludes   electricity.   Refer-­ single  copy  locations  in  Ad-­ ences  and  deposit  required.   dison   County.   Please   call   802-­758-­2436.



FARM EMPLOYEE Monument Farms Dairy has a full-time job opening for the night-time milking position. Applicants must have desire to work with animals and recognize herdhealth symptoms. We have a Strong Team Environment. Good Salary and Benefits.

802.545.2119 Please stop by the Dairy in Weybridge to fill out an application.

Full  time  position.  Duties  include  all   aspects  of  farm  work,  except  milking:   working  with  youngstock,  skid  steer,   routine  maintenance  and  repairs,  crop   work,  truck  driving  (good  driving   record  is  a  prerequisite.) Learn  more  about  us  at www.bluesprucefarmvt.com.   Call  802-­â&#x20AC;?758-­â&#x20AC;?2179  for  appointment.

COUNTRY  HOME  PRODUCTS   IS  HIRING! Five time winner of the Best Places to Work in VT award, Country Home Products, is a worldwide seller of outdoor power equipment and home of DRÂŽ, Neuton and Power Equipment Plus. Success at CHP is driven by talent and passion for the work you do. Not an outdoor enthusiast? Thatâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s okay, we provide an excellent hands-on training program with our products. We believe that all employees can make a direct and meaningful impact on the company and its success. CHP offers seasonal employees seasonal paid time off, paid holidays, great product discounts, casual dress, and a friendly and supportive work environment. Check out all our job openings at www. drpower.com/pages/content/company/jobs Seasonal Customer Service Technical Specialist: Country Home Products has immediate openings for Seasonal Customer Service Technical Specialist to handle a high volume of inbound customer calls and help resolve technical inquiries relating to our prodXFWV4XDOLĂ&#x20AC;HGDSSOLFDQWVIRUWKLVSRVLWLRQZLOO be mechanically inclined, have the ability to effectively communicate over the phone while providing excellent customer service and have basic computer navigation knowledge. Please apply with a cover letter and resume at: https://home.eease.adp.com/ recruit/?id=7384471 Seasonal Sales Specialist Country Home Products has immediate openings for Seasonal Sales Specialists to join the call center team in Vergennes, VT. This position is tasked with taking inbound FXVWRPHUFDOOVZLWKWKHVSHFLĂ&#x20AC;FREMHFWLYHRI closing sales within the Companyâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s parameters of ethics, call type, call volume, and FXVWRPHU UDSSRUW 4XDOLĂ&#x20AC;HG FDQGLGDWHV ZLOO have at least 6 months of sales experience, good computer skills, strong verbal communication skills, and an ability to gather information and make decisions based on the criteria of the department. If you enjoy working with people, love a challenge and friendly competition weâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;d like to hear from you! Please apply with a resume and cover letter at: https://home.eease.adp.com/ recruit/?id=7385351 Seasonal Customer Service Specialist We have immediate openings for Seasonal Customer Service Specialists to join our call center team in Vergennes, VT. This position is tasked with taking a high volume of inbound customer calls and resolving all customer inquiries relating to our products, billing, shipping and procedures. The successful candidate will possess the ability to work closely with other departments while prioritizing and organizing daily follow-ups to ensure timely resolution for our customHUV4XDOLĂ&#x20AC;HGFDQGLGDWHVZLOOKDYHDWOHDVW months of customer service experience, previous call center experience preferred, good computer skills, strong verbal communication skills, and an ability to gather information and make decisions based on the criteria of the department. Please apply with a cover letter and resume at: https://home.eease. adp.com/recruit/?id=7397281

Nurses and Nursing Assistants Wanted Porter  Medical  Center  is  looking  for  self   motivated   and   dependable   Registered   Nurses,   Licensed   Practical   Nurses,   and   Licensed   Nursing   Assistants.   Various   shifts  are  currently  available.  New  gradu-­ ates  are  encouraged  to  apply!  Current  VT   licensure  required. Porter  Medical  Center  offers  competitive   SD\ D FRPSUHKHQVLYH EHQH¿WV SDFNDJH and  a  generous  403(b)  plan.  We  also  offer   paid  vacation,  tuition  reimbursement,  and   the  opportunity  to  work  with  dedicated  pro-­ fessionals  in  a  dynamic  organization  and   an  outstanding  work  culture.   To apply, please send your resume to: apply@portermedical.org, or please visit portermedical.org for more information regarding our organization.

AUDY  TRUCKING  LLC

Experienced  Driver  Class  A  (Bristol,  VT)

Audy   Trucking   LLC   is   hiring   for   an   experienced   class   A   driver.   Our   Ă&#x20AC;HHW KDXOV JUDLQ DQG PLQHUDOV ZLWK GXPS DQG KRSSHU ERWWRP WUDLOHUV 7KHZRUNLVUHJLRQDO 1RUWKHDVWDQG 4XHEHF  ZLWK VRPH ZHHNO\ RYHU-­ QLJKWWULSV:HRIIHUKHDOWKEHQHÂżWV DVZHOODVSDLGYDFDWLRQ 3OHDVHLQTXLUHE\HPDLOWR audytrucking@hotmail.com or  call  Jeff  Audy  at  802-­989-­5024.   <RXFDQID[\RXUUHVXPHWR-HIIDW 802-­329-­2289.   Clean  driving  record  a  MUST!!

 

BET-CHA TRANSIT, INC. IMMEDIATE OPENINGS

Bet-cha Transit, Inc. has immediate openings for route & activity drivers in Addison & Rutland Counties. We fully train you and pay all your licensing costs. Eliminate childcare costs and collect unemployment over the summer months and holidays. For more information call Don or Lori at 388-7800

316-­7194  for  more  details.

For  Sale 7HP  TORO  SNOW  THROW-­ ER  $250.  Bureau,  solid  dark   wood,   31â&#x20AC;?highx63â&#x20AC;?long.     $150.  802-­388-­0728. BE   ENERGY   INDEPEN-­ DENT.   Maxim   Outdoor   Wood   Pellet   Furnace   by   Central  Boiler  features  auto-­ matic  power  ignition.  Heats   multiple   buildings.   Boivin   Farm  Supply  802-­236-­2389. SAWMILLS   FROM   ONLY   $4,897.  Make  &  save  mon-­ ey  with  your  own  bandmill.   Cut   lumber   any   dimen-­ sion.   In   stock,   ready   to   ship.  Free  info  /  DVD:  www. N o r w o o d S a w m i l l s . c o m   1-­800-­578-­1363,  ext.  300N. THE   BARREL   MAN:   55   gallon  Plastic  and  Metal  bar-­ rels.  Several  types:  55  gal-­ lon  rain  barrels  with  faucets,   Food  grade  with  removable   locking  covers,  plastic  food   grade   with   spin-­on   covers   (pickle   barrels).  Also,   275   gallon  food  grade  totes  $125   each.   55   gallon   sand  /  salt   barrels   with   PT   legs.   $50   each.   Delivery   available.   802-­453-­4235.

BRISTOL  â&#x20AC;&#x201D;  PRIME  RETAIL   SPACE  located  in  the  Deer-­ leap   Building   at   25A   Main   Street  (presently  Recycled   Reading   that   is   moving   across   the   street),   next   to   Art  on  Main,  available  May   1.   Excellent   store   in   good   condition.   Landlord   will   also  provide  work  letter  for   some  redecorating.  Approx.   800   sf,   tenant   pays   heat   and   electric,   $775  /  month.   This   building   also   houses   NEATV,   Bristol   Downtown   Community  Partnership  and   Wells  Mountain  Foundation.   Call  453-­4065  or  email  car-­ olvwells@gmail.com. BRISTOL   AREA   3   BED-­ ROOM   apartment.   $800   plus   utilities.   No   pets.   Deposit   and   references.   802-­453-­3524. BRISTOL  OFFICE  SPACE   -­   located   in   the   Old   High   School  building  by  the  town   green,   310   s.f.,   high   ceil-­ ings,  wainscoting,  hardwood   floors   just   refinished.   The   overall   complex   houses   non-­profits,   alternative   health   practices,   yoga   center   and   Bristol   Fitness.   $385  /  month   includes   heat   and   electric.   Lease   re-­ quired.  Available  now.  Call   453-­4065.

WOODEN   BUNK   BEDS,   g r e a t   s h a p e .   $ 1 5 0 .   BRISTOL,   ONE   BED-­ ROOM.  $550  pays  heat  and   802-­377-­1778. electric.   Hot   water,   trash   and  snow  removal  included.   Available  Feb  1st.  No  pets.   Deposit  and  references  re-­ quired.  802-­349-­5268.

For  Rent

MIDDLEBURY UNION HIGH SCHOOL Junior Varsity Girlsâ&#x20AC;&#x2122; Lacrosse Coach Middlebury Union High School is seeking a Junior Varsity Girlsâ&#x20AC;&#x2122; Lacrosse Coach. The applicant must have a strong knowledge of lacrosse coaching principles with previous coaching experience preferred. Must possess strong organizational skills and the ability to communicate and relate to student athletes. Apply by sending a letter of interest and resume to: Sean Farrell, Activities Director Middlebury Union High School 73 Charles Avenue Middlebury,VT 05753 Position Open Until Filled. E.O.E.

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MIDDLEBURY;  TWO  BED-­ ROOM  apartment.  Walk  to   town,   private   backyard,   garage   space,   washer  /   dryer  hook-­up.  $1,000  /  mo.   ADDISON  COUNTY  FIRE-­ plus  heat  and  utilities.  Call   WOOD.   Premium   hard-­ 802-­247-­3369. woods   cut  /  split  /  delivered.   NEW  HAVEN  2  BEDROOM,   Well   seasoned   $260  /  cord.   2  bath  fully  furnished  home.   *Save   20%.   Reserve   fire-­ Private   location,   yet   easy   wood  now  for  next  heating   commute   north   or   south.   season,  with  no  up  front  ob-­ No  pets  or  smoking.  $1,900   ligation.  Custom  sizes  avail-­ per  month  plus  utilities.  Call   able.   For   honest,   reliable   Karen   at   Lang   McLaughry   service  call  802-­238-­7748. RE  at  802-­388-­1977. FIREWOOD;   CUT,   SPLIT   NEW   HAVEN   4   bedroom   and  delivered.  Green  or  sea-­ house,   2   decks,   private,   soned.   Call   Tom   Shepard,   2   full   bathrooms,   washer,   802-­453-­4285. dryer,   formal   dining   room,   MIXED  HARDWOOD,  PAR-­ master   bedroom   has   at-­ TIALLY  seasoned.  Cut,  split,   tached  bath.  Heat  included.   delivered.   $190  /  cord.  Also   1   year   lease.   References,   trees   cut   and   removed.   security   deposit.   $1   ,600  /   Please   leave   message,   mo.  802-­382-­9355. 802-­282-­9110. NEW  HAVEN  EXCELLENT   MOUNTAIN   ROAD   FIRE-­ 1  bedroom  apartment,  newly   WOOD.  Green  and  partially   decorated  with  all  applianc-­ seasoned   available.   Oak,   es.  Heat  included.  $800  per   ash,   maple,   beech.   Order   month  plus  security  deposit.   now  and  save  for  next  sea-­ Pets  negotiable.  References   son.  Cut,  split  and  delivered.   required.  453-­2184. Call  802-­759-­2095. NEW   HAVEN:   Very   nice,   sunny,   special   apartment.   Views,  deck,  garden  space.   Real  Estate No  pets,  no  smoking.  Refer-­ ences,   lease.   $850  /  month   14  ACRES  IN  Salisbury  with   plus  utilities.  802-­236-­2040. a  2008  Skyline  limited  edi-­ tion   14â&#x20AC;&#x2122;x70â&#x20AC;&#x2122;   3   bedroom,   2   [SPOTLIGHT] bath,  single  wide,  super  en-­ NEWLY  RENOVATED  SEC-­ ergy  efficient  mobile  home;   OND  FLOOR  apartment  in   barn   and   2   acre   pasture.   quiet  building  conveniently   $140,000   for   pre-­qualified   located   in   town.   Two   bed-­ buyers.  802-­352-­6678. rooms.   Off   street   parking.   Access   to   lovely   yard.   No   C O U N T R Y   B A R N / 5   smoking,   no   pets.   $880   /   ACRES:   $29,995.   Rustic   month,   heat   included.   Call   â&#x20AC;&#x153;Country  Barn,â&#x20AC;?  well-­built  &   sturdy.  On  5  wooded  acres,   989-­7132. meadows,   apple   orchard.   PROCTOR  â&#x20AC;&#x201D;  T WO   BED-­ Frontage  on  State  Rte.  13,   ROOM   townhouse,   three   mins  to  Salmon  River.  Ad-­ season  porch,  washer  /  dryer   joins  NY  snowmobile  trails.   /  dishwasher,  large  kitchen,   Call  1-­800-­229-­7843  or  visit   $800  a  month  includes  heat,   www.landandcamps.com  . possible   basement   space   in  near  future.  Three  refer-­ LEICESTER   6.8   ACRES,   ences,   credit   and   criminal   $59,000.  Very  nice  building   check   required.   Available   site  surveyed,  septic  design   March   1st.   Call   855-­1531   included.   Ready   to   build   on,   with   all   permits.   Own-­ or  855-­1570. er   financing.   Call   Wayne   R O O M   T O   R E N T   i n   802-­257-­7076. Brandon.   $120   per   week.   802-­417-­4075.



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ADDISON INDEPENDENT on  Pages  10B  &  11B. Addison (1) Addison County Probate Court (6) Addison County Superior Court (2) Addison Northwest Supervisory Union (2) Bristol (1) Cornwall (1)

PROBATE  DIVISION DOCKET  NO.  15977 STATE  OF  VERMONT DISTRICT  OF  ADDISON,  SS. IN  RE  THE  ESTATE  OF WILLIAM  R.  LADEAU NOTICE  TO  CREDITORS To  the  creditors  of  the  estate  of  William  R.   LaDeau  late  of  Bristol,  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     PRQWKV RI WKH ¿UVW SXEOLFDWLRQ RI WKLV notice.   The   claim   must   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:  Jan.  31,  2014 Jacqueline  Sullivan P.O.  Box  1049 Middlebury,  VT  05753 (802)  989-­6222 jsullivan@townofmiddlebury.org Name   of   Publication:   Addison   Independent Publication  Date:  Feb.  6,  2014 Address   of   Probate   Court:   Addison   Probate   Court,   7   Mahady   Court,   Middlebury,  VT  05753 2/6

Middlebury (1) Middlebury Cemetery Assoc. (1) New Haven (1) Starksboro (1) Vt. Dept. of Public Service (1)

MIDDLEBURY CEMETERY ASSOCIATION Requests  bids  for  mowing  and  trimming   the   Middlebury   Cemetery   for   the   2014   season.   Please   submit   bids   and   proof   of   insurance  to: PO Box 944 Middlebury, VT 05753

ADDISON NORTHWEST SUPERVISORY UNION CONTRACTOR PRE-­QUALIFICATION REQUEST

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SUPERIOR COURT Addison Unit

STATE OF VERMONT

CIVIL DIVISION Docket No. 152-­7-­12 Ancv

THE  BANK  OF  NEW  YORK  MELLON  FKA  THE  BANK  OF  NEW  YORK,  AS  TRUSTEE   FOR  THE  CERTIFICATEHOLDERS  CWABS,  INC.,  ASSET-­BACKED  CERTIFICATES,   SERIES  2006-­4,  Plaintiff v. JEFFREY  K.  LABERGE;  MIDLAND  FUNDING,  LLC;  Defendants NOTICE OF SALE By  virtue  and  in  execution  of  the  Power  of  Sale  contained  in  a  certain  mortgage  given   by  Jeffrey  K.  Laberge    to  Mortgage  Electronic  Registration  Systems,  Inc.,  acting  solely  as   nominee  for  Countrywide  Home  Loans,  Inc.,  its  successors  and/or  assigns,  dated  January   25,  2006  and  recorded  in  Book  59  at  Page  549  of  the  Town  of  Salisbury  Land  Records,   of   which   mortgage   the   undersigned   is   the   present   holder   by  Assignment   of   Mortgage   recorded  on  August  11,  2011  in  Book  64  at  Page  211,  for  breach  of  the  conditions  of  said   mortgage  and  for  the  purpose  of  foreclosing  the  same  will  be  sold  at  Public  Auction  at   10:30  a.m.  on  March  6,  2014  at  507  Pidgeon  Road,  Salisbury,  VT  05769  all  and  singular   the  premises  described  in  said  mortgage, To  Wit:  Property  Address:  507  Pidgeon  Road,  Salisbury Property  Description:  Being  all  and  the  same  land  and  premises  conveyed  to  Jeffrey   K.  LaBerge  by  Warranty  Deed  of  David  R.  LaFountain  and  Carla  E.  LaFountain  dated   July  11,1997  and  recorded  in  Volume  44,  Page  56  of  the  Land  Records  of  the  Town  of   Salisbury. Being   all   and   the   same   land   and   premises   conveyed   to   David   R.   LaFountain   and   Carla  E.  LaFountain  by  Warranty  Deed  of  Augustus  A.  Pidgeon  dated  September  4,   1974  and  recorded  September  6,  1974  in  Book  27  at  Pages  540-­541  of  the  Salisbury   Land  Records,  and  being  more  particularly  described  therein  as  follows: â&#x20AC;&#x153;Being  all  and  the  same  lands  and  premises  conveyed  to  Augustus  A.  Pidgeon  and   Mary  K.  Pidgeon  (deceased)  by  Wayne  C.  Bosworth  by  Quit  Claim  Deed  dated  No-­ vember  30,  1960,  recorded  in  Book  24,  Page  407  of  the  Salisbury  Land  Records,  and   described  therein  as  follows: â&#x20AC;&#x2DC;The   present   homeplace   of   the   Grantee   herein,   containing   approximately   2   acres,   being  a  portion  of  the  lands  described  in  a  mortgage  deed  from  the  Grantee  herein  and   others  to  Columbus  Smith  Estate  Trust,  Inc.  Recorded  in  Salisbury  Land  Records,  Book   23,  Page  443,  the  lands  hereby  conveyed  being  more  particularly  described  as  follows: Commencing   at   an   iron   stake   in   or   near   the   northerly   line   of   the   highway   running   easterly  from  the  main  highway  to  a  point  approximately  16  rods  easterly  from  a  fence   line;  thence  northerly  20  rods,  more  or  less,  to  an  iron  stake;  thence  easterly  following  a   fence  line  29  rods,  more  or  less,  to  a  maple  tree;  thence  southerly  along  a  fence  line  12   rods,  more  or  less,  to  a  maple  tree;  thence  westerly  in  part  following  the  northerly  line   of  the  said  highway  29  rods,  more  or  less,  to  the  place  of  beginning. The  herein  Grantor,  Augustus  A.  Pidgeon,  reserved  the  exclusive  use  and  possession   of  the  herein  conveyed  lands  and  premises  for  and  during  his  lifetime. This  conveyance  is  made  subject  to  a  right  of  way  across  the  lands  hereby  conveyed   for  access  to  the  woods  lying  easterly  of  the  lands  hereby  conveyed  and  his  day  con-­ veyed  to  one  Goodrich. Also  lands  described  in  deed  from  Ralph  R.  Robbins  to  the  Grantees  herein,  recorded   in  Cornwall  Land  Records,  Book  20  Page  86. Being  a  portion  of  the  lands  described  in  a  deed  from  Columbus  Smith  Estate  Trust,   Inc.  To  Wayne  C.  Bosworth,  dated  November  23,  1960,  to  be  recorded  herewith.â&#x20AC;&#x2122; Said  lands  and  premises  are  a  portion  of  the  same  lands  and  premises  conveyed  to   Augustus  A.  Pidgeon  and  Mary  K.  Pidgeon  (deceased)  by  Andrew  E.  Baker  and  Ed-­ ward  A.  Baker  by  Warranty  Deed  dated  February  13,  1939,  recorded  in  Book  19,  page   65  of  the  Salisbury  Land  Records. Subject  further  to  easements,  rights  of  way  and  water  rights  of  record.â&#x20AC;? To  said  deed,  the  records  thereof,  and  to  the  deeds  and  records  referred  to  therein,   reference  is  hereby  made  in  further  aid  of  this  description. CDH/RE The  public  sale  may  be  adjourned  one  or  more  times  for  a  total  time  not  exceeding  30   days,   without   further   court   order,   and   without   publication   or   service   of   a   new   notice   of   sale,  by  announcement  of  the  new  sale  date  to  those  present  at  each  adjournment  or  by   posting  notice  of  the  adjournment  in  a  conspicuous  place  at  the  location  of  the  sale.  Terms   RI6DOHWREHSDLGLQFDVKRUE\FHUWLÂżHGFKHFNE\WKHSXUFKDVHUDWWKHWLPH of  sale,  with  the  balance  due  at  closing.  The  sale  is  subject  to  taxes  due  and  owing  to  the   Town  of  Salisbury. 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. 7KH%DQNRI1HZ<RUN0HOORQ).$7KH%DQNRI1HZ<RUNDV7UXVWHHIRUWKH&HUWLÂżFDWH-­ KROGHUV&:$%6,QF$VVHW%DFNHG&HUWLÂżFDWHV6HULHV Kathryn  Donovan,  Esq.,  Shechtman  Halperin  Savage,  LLP,  1080  Main  Street,  Pawtuck-­ et,  RI    02860,  877-­575-­1400,  Attorney  for  Plaintiff 2/6,  2/13,  2/20

TOWN OF BRISTOL PUBLIC HEARING NOTICE The   Bristol   Zoning   Board   of   Adjust-­ ments   will   hold   a   hearing   on   February     DW WKH 7RZQ 2I¿FHV ORFDWHG DW 1   South   Street   beginning   at   7:30   P.M.   to   FRQVLGHUWKHDSSHDORI]RQLQJSHUPLW  0HJKDQœV 0HDGRZ 9LHZ ,QF 3DUFHO   UHTXHVWLQJ D FRQGLWLRQDO XVH SHUPLWIRUDPXOWLIDPLO\VWUXFWXUH &RSLHVRIWKHFRPSOHWH]RQLQJDSSOLFD-­ tions  are  available  for  review  at  the  Bristol   7RZQ2I¿FHGXULQJUHJXODUEXVLQHVVKRXUV

PROBATE  DIVISION DOCKET  NO.  9-­1-­14  Anpr STATE  OF  VERMONT DISTRICT  OF  ADDISON,  SS. IN  RE  THE  ESTATE  OF JUDY  A.  MARSHALL NOTICE  TO  CREDITORS To   the   creditors   of   the   estate   of   Judy   A.   Marshall  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   WKH ¿UVW SXEOLFDWLRQ RI WKLV QRWLFH 7KH FODLP must  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:  Jan.  16,  2014 Mark  A.  Marshall 1141  S  116  Road Bristol,  VT  05443 (802)  598-­0082 jm_estate2014@yahoo.com Name  of  Publication:  Addison  Independent Publication  Date:  Feb.  6,  2014 Address  of  Probate  Court:  Addison  Probate   Court,  7  Mahady  Court,  Middlebury,  VT  05753 2/6

PROBATE  DIVISION DOCKET  NO.  2-­1-­14 STATE  OF  VERMONT DISTRICT  OF  ADDISON,  SS. IN  RE  THE  ESTATE  OF JOHN  R.  STAGG NOTICE  TO  CREDITORS To   the   creditors   of   the   estate   of   John   R.   Stagg  late  of  Shoreham,  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   WKH¿UVWSXEOLFDWLRQRIWKLVQRWLFH7KHFODLP must   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:  Jan.  27,  2014 Patty  Stockwell PO  Box  126 Bridport,  VT  05734 (802)  897-­5098 Name  of  Publication:  Addison  Independent Publication  Date:  Feb.  6,  2014 Address  of  Probate  Court:  Addison  Probate   Court,   7   Mahady   Court,   Middlebury,   VT   05753 2/6

PROBATE  DIVISION DOCKET  NO.  15968 STATE  OF  VERMONT DISTRICT  OF  ADDISON,  SS. IN  RE  THE  ESTATE  OF DERWIN  H.  STEVENS NOTICE  TO  CREDITORS To  the  creditors  of  the  estate  of  Derwin  H.   Stevens  late  of  Cornwall,  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:  Jan.  29,  2014 Matthew  A.  Berlin Rubin  and  Rudman,  LLP 50  Rowes  Wharf Boston,  MA  02110 (617)  330-­7177 mberlin@rubinrudman.com Name  of  Publication:  Addison  Independent Publication  Date:  Feb.  6,  2014 Address  of  Probate  Court:  Addison  Probate   Court,   7   Mahady   Court,   Middlebury,   VT   05753 2/6

PUBLIC NOTICE TOWN OF ADDISON The   Addison   Development   Review   Board   will   convene   a   public   hearing   on   Monday,  February  24,  2014  at  7:00  p.m.  at   the  Addison  Central  School  on  VT  RTE  17   W  to  consider  the  following  application  for   DÂżQDOSODWUHYLHZDQGDSSURYDO 1.  A  request  from  the  Clara  DeVries   Revocable   Trust   (Application   #14-­ 01)  for  a  three-­lot  subdivision  involv-­ ing  two  of  the  DeVries  properties  on   the  South  side  of  VT  RTE  17  W  (tax   map  ID#s  04-­02-­36  &  04-­02-­40.2)  to   create   three   lots   of   95.0   +/-­   acres,   114.0   +/-­   acres,   and   222.0/-­   acres   in  accordance  with  the  provisions  of   S270  of  the  Townâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s  Subdivision    Zon-­ ing  Regulations. The  application  is  available  for  inspec-­ WLRQ DW WKH 7RZQ &OHUNÂśV 2IÂżFH GXULQJ QRUPDO RIÂżFH KRXUV ,QWHUHVWHG SDUWLHV who  wish  to  appeal  or  to  be  heard  at  the   hearing   may   do   so   in   person,   or   may   be   represented   by   an   agent   or   an   attorney.     Communications  relating  to  the  application   PD\EHÂżOHGLQZULWLQJZLWKWKH%RDUGHLWKHU before  or  during  the  hearings. N.B.:  Participation  in  a  hearing  is  neces-­ sary  to  establish   status  as  an  â&#x20AC;&#x153;interested   personâ&#x20AC;?  and  the  right  to  appeal  a  decision   rendered  in  that  hearing,  according  to  the   provisions  of    24  V.S.A.  117  S.S.4464  (a)   (1)  (C),  4465(b)  and  4471  (a).  Participation   consists  of  offering,  through  oral  or  written   testimony,  evidence  or  a  statement  of  con-­ cern   directly   related   to   the   subject   of   the   hearing.         Respectively  Submitted,   John  Spencer,  Chair   Starr  Phillips,  Secretary  (:+DQVRQ$GPLQLVWUDWLYH2IÂżFHU

PROBATE  DIVISION DOCKET  NO.  14-­1-­14  ANPR STATE  OF  VERMONT DISTRICT  OF  ADDISON,  SS. IN  RE  THE  ESTATE  OF WILMA  S.  BROWN NOTICE  TO  CREDITORS To   the   creditors   of   the   estate   of   Wilma   S.   Brown  late  of  Bristol,  Vermont. We   have   been   appointed   personal   representatives   of   the   above   named   estate.   All   creditors   having   claims   against   the   decedent   or   the   estate   must   present   their   claims   in   writing   within   four   (4)   months   of   the   date   of   the   publication   of   this   notice.   The   claim   must   be   presented   to   us   at   the   DGGUHVV OLVWHG EHORZ ZLWK D FRS\ ¿OHG ZLWK the  register  of  the  Probate  Court.  The  claim   will  be  forever  barred  if  it  is  not  presented  as   described   above   within   the   four   (4)   month   deadline. Dated:  Jan.  31,  2014 Donald  H.  Lathrop,  Co-­executor Brenda  B.  Lathrop,  Co-­executor FR/DZ2I¿FHRI*HRUJH59LQFH3& P.O.  Box  76 Bristol,  VT  05443 (802)  453-­2300 Name  of  Publication:  Addison  Independent Publication  Date:  Feb.  6,  2014 Address  of  Probate  Court:  Addison  Probate   Court,   7   Mahady   Court,   Middlebury,   VT   05753 2/6

PROBATE  DIVISION DOCKET  NO.  15982 STATE  OF  VERMONT DISTRICT  OF  ADDISON,  SS. IN  RE  THE  ESTATE  OF JAMES  C.  BORDEN NOTICE  TO  CREDITORS To   the   creditors   of   the   estate   of   James   C.   Borden  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   WKH ¿UVW SXEOLFDWLRQ RI WKLV QRWLFH7KH FODLP must  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:  Jan.  28,  2014 Gail  Borden 209  Monroe  St. Middlebury,  VT  05753 388-­1099 Name  of  Publication:  Addison  Independent Publication  Date:  Feb.  6,  2014 Address  of  Probate  Court:  Addison  Probate   Court,   7   Mahady   Court,   Middlebury,   VT   05753 2/6

STATE OF VERMONT 2014  TELECOMMUNICATIONS  PLAN PUBLIC HEARINGS

The  Department  of  Public  Service  will  hold  a  public  hearing  to  gather  public  input  on  the   forthcoming  Vermont  Telecommunications  Plan.  The  Hearing  will  be  hosted  by  Vermont   Interactive  Technologies  on  Friday, February 21, 2014 from 6 â&#x20AC;&#x201C; 8 p.m.  All  are  welcome   to  attend. Members  of  the  public  may  participate  at  any  of  the  13  available  locations  around  Ver-­ mont: BENNINGTON:  Senior  Citizenâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s  Service  Center,  124  Pleasant  St.,  Bennington,  VT  05201   BRATTLEBORO:  Brattleboro  Union  High  School,  131  Fairground  Rd,  Room  125  Brattle-­ boro  05301   JOHNSON:    Johnson  State  College,  Bentley  Hall  Room  211,  Johnson  05656 LYNDONVILLE:  1001  College  Road,  Lyndon  State  College,  Lyndonville  05851-­7954   MIDDLEBURY:  51  Charles  Ave,  Hannaford  Career  Center,  2nd  Floor,  Middlebury  05753   MONTPELIER:  Vermont  Department  of  Labor,  5  Green  Mountain  Drive,  Montpelier  05602 NEWPORT:  North  Country  Union  High  School,  209  Veterans  Ave,  Newport  05855   RANDOLPH:  Vermont  Technical  College,  Morrill  Hall,  Randolph  Center  05061 RUTLAND:    Stafford  Technical  Center,  8  Stratton  Rd.,  Room  108  Rutland,  05701-­3775 SPRINGFIELD:  Howard  Dean  Education  Center,  307  South  Street,  2nd  Floor 6SULQJÂżHOG97 ST.  ALBANS:  Bellows  Free  Academy,  4  Hospital  Drive,  St.  Albans,  VT  05478 WHITE  RIVER  JCT:  Community  College  of  Vermont,  145  Billings  Farm  Rd,  CCV  Upper   Valley,  White  River  Jct.,  05001   WILLISTON:  451  Lawrence  Road,  Williston,  VT  05495 Or  stream  live  by  visiting  http://www.vitlink.org   For  more  information,  including  location  information,  please  call  the  Department  of  Pub-­ lic  Service  at  (802)  828-­3081  (TTY:  800-­734-­8390)  or  visit  us  on  the  web  at  http://public-­ service.vermont.gov.  Additionally,  comments  may  be  sent  in  writing  to  the  Department  of   Public  Service  at  112  State  Street,  Drawer  20  Montpelier,  VT  05602.

ADDISON NORTHWEST SUPERVISORY UNION BOARD OF DIRECTORSâ&#x20AC;&#x2122; MEETINGS

The following schedule of the Board of School Directorsâ&#x20AC;&#x2122; meetings is announced for the month of February, 2014. Monday,  Feb.  10   6:00  p.m.   Vergennes Union High School Board       Regular  monthly  meeting  at  the  school  library Thursday,  Feb.  13   6:30  p.m.   Ferrisburgh Central School Board       Regular  monthly  meeting  in  the  Art  Room Wednesday,  Feb.  19   6:30  p.m.   Addison Northwest Supervisory Union  Board SPECIAL MEETING  â&#x20AC;&#x201C;  Executive     &RPPLWWHHDWWKH$1:682IÂżFH **Thursday,  Feb.  20   6:00  p.m.   Addison Central School Board         Regular  monthly  meeting  at  the  school Monday,  Feb.  24   6:00  p.m.   Addison Northwest Supervisory Union  Board SPECIAL MEETING  â&#x20AC;&#x201C;  Superintendent  Search  in  the           VUHS  Library Tuesday,  Feb.  25    6:30  p.m.   Vergennes Union High School District #5 ANNUAL & BUDGET INFORMATIONAL MEETING at  the  school  library **Wednesday,  Feb.  26   6:00  p.m.   Vergennes Union Elementary School Board       Regular  monthly  meeting  at  the  school  library Wednesday,  Feb.  26   7:00  p.m.   Vergennes Union Elementary School District #44 ANNUAL & BUDGET INFORMATIONAL MEETING  at  the  school  library Thursday,  Feb.  27   7:30  p.m.   Addison Central School Board ANNUAL & BUDGET INFORMATIONAL MEETING  at  the  school ** Please note date and/or time change. The purpose of each meeting is to transact regular business, including a review of correspondence, reports, approval of bills, and any other business proper to be EURXJKWEHIRUHVDLGPHHWLQJVXQOHVVRWKHUZLVHVSHFLĂ&#x20AC;HG 2/6

SUPERIOR COURT Addison Unit

STATE OF VERMONT

CIVIL DIVISION Docket No. 159-­7-­12 Ancv

Wells  Fargo  Bank,  N.A.,   Plaintiff   v. Katherine  B.  Torre,  Gabriel  DiGenova,  Wells  Fargo  Bank,  N.A.  and  Occupants  residing  at  77  Old  Town  Road,  Ripton,  Vermont,   Defendants NOTICE OF SALE   By   virtue   and   in   execution   of   the   Power   of   Sale   contained   in   a   to  lands  of  Hilton  Billings;Íž  thence  S  49°  39â&#x20AC;&#x2122;  E  25.00  feet  to  a  point   certain  mortgage  given  by  Katherine  B.  Torre  and  Gabriel  DiGenova   marking  the  center  line  of  said  private  roadway  leading  to  land  of   to   Wells   Fargo   Bank,   N.A.   dated   July   13,   2007   and   recorded   in   Hilton  Billings;Íž  thence  N  33°  13â&#x20AC;&#x2122;  E  29.28  feet  to  a  point  marking  the   Volume  41,  Page  186  of  the  Land  Records  of  the  Town  of  Ripton,  of   center  line  of  said  private  roadway;Íž  thence  N  52°  42â&#x20AC;&#x2122;  E  28.56  feet   which  mortgage  the  undersigned  is  the  present  holder,  for  breach  of   to  a  point  marking  the  center  line  of  said  private  roadway;Íž  thence   the  conditions  of  said  mortgage  and  for  the  purposes  of  foreclosing   N  74°  29â&#x20AC;&#x2122;  E  59.09  feet  to  a  point  marking  the  center  line  of  said   the  same  will  be  sold  at  Public  Auction  at  1:15  P.M.  on  March  4,   private  roadway;Íž  thence  N  86°  44â&#x20AC;&#x2122;  E  73.66  feet    to  a  point  marking   2014,  at  77  Old  Town  Road,  Ripton,  Vermont  all  and  singular  the   the  center  line  of  said  private  roadway;Íž  thence  S  83°  00â&#x20AC;&#x2122;  E  146.28   feet  to  a  point  marking  the  center  line  of  said  roadway  leading  from   premises  described  in  said  mortgage:   Vermont  Route  125  to  residences  of  Mainelli  and  Biddle;Íž  thence  N      To  Wit: Being  all  and  the  same  lands  and  premises  conveyed  by  Warranty   30°  36â&#x20AC;&#x2122;  W  103.95  feet  along  the  center  line  of  said  roadway  leading   Deed  of  Joel  G.  Beckman  to  Gabriel  DiGenova  and  Katherine  Torre   to  residences  of  Mainelli  and  Biddle  to  a  point  in  the  center  of  said   dated   July   13,   2007   and   recorded   July   17,   2007   in   Volume   41,   roadway;Íž  thence  N  35°  31â&#x20AC;&#x2122;W  138.53  feet  along  the  center  line  of   Page  182  of  the  Ripton  Land  Records  and  being  more  particularly   said  roadway  to  a  point  in  the  center  of  said  roadway;Íž  thence  N  29°   59â&#x20AC;&#x2122;  W  251.46  feet  along  the  center  ling  of  said  roadway  to  a  point   described  therein  as  follows:    â&#x20AC;&#x153;Being  all  and  the  same  lands  and  premises  conveyed  by  Warranty   in  the  center  line  of  said  roadway;Íž  thence  N  24°  549â&#x20AC;&#x2122;  W  143.59  feet   'HHGRI+RUVW5)XQNDQG(OÂż6WHIÂż)XQNKXVEDQGDQGZLIHDQG along  the  centerline  of  said  roadway  to  a  point  in  the  center  line  of   Horst  R.  Funk  and  Michael  E.  L.  Funk,  Trustees  of  the  Hildegard  G.   said  roadway;Íž  thence  N  27°  09â&#x20AC;&#x2122;  W  84.35  feet  along  the  center  line   Funk  Revocable  Trust  to  Joel  G.  Beckman  recorded  March  4,  2002   of  said  roadway  to  a  point  in  the  center  lie  of  said  roadway;Íž  thence   in  Book  35,  Page  207  of  the  Ripton  Land  Records  and  being  more   N  32°  07â&#x20AC;&#x2122;  W  86.72  feet  along  the  center  line  of  said  roadway  to  a   point  in  the  center  line  of  said  roadway;Íž  thence  N  76°  38â&#x20AC;&#x2122;  W  39.50   particularly  described  as  follows:    Being  all  and  the  same  land  and  premises  conveyed    to  Horst  R.   feet  to  a  point  marked  by  an  iron  pipe,  said  point  being  the  place   )XQNDQG(OÂż6WHIÂż)XQNE\:DUUDQW\'HHGRI+RUVW5)XQNGDWHG of  beginning.   March  24,  2000  and  recorded  in  Book  33,  Page  527  of  the  Town  of      Reference  is  made  to  a  survey  map  entitled,  â&#x20AC;&#x2DC;Plat  of  Land  Owned   Ripton  Land  Records  and  being  more  particularly  described  therein   by  Willard  and  Malcolm  Billings,â&#x20AC;&#x2122;  drawn  by  Don  Burchard,  dated  1   December  1971. as  follows:     Being   an   undivided   one-­half   interest   in   real   property   described      Also  hereby  conveyed  to  the  Grantees  and  their  heirs  and  assigns,   in  a  warranty  deed  from  Ronald  A.  Mainelli  to  Horst  R.  Funk  and   arte  the  following  easements  and  rights  of  way  at  least  25  feet  in   Hildegarde  G.  Funk  (now  deceased)  dated  September  12,  1977,   width: and  recorded  in  the  Town  of  Ripton  Land  Records  in  Book  20  at   (a)   An  easement  and  right  of  way  leading  from  Vermont  Route  125   across  the  Potash  Bridge  to  the  residences  of  one  Mainelli  and  One   Page  168;Íž  containing  10.39  acres.    Subject  to  easements  and  rights  of  way  of  record  as  of  the  date   Biddle  as  shown  on  a  survey  by  Donald  D.  Burchard  entitled  â&#x20AC;&#x153;Plan   hereof,  provided  that  this  paragraph  shall  not  revive  any  easements   of  Land  Owned  by  Willard  and  Malcolm  Billings  located  in  Ripton,   or  rights  of  way  otherwise  extinguished  by  the  Vermont  Marketable   Vermont,â&#x20AC;?  dated  December  1971;Íž (b)    An  easement  and  right  of  way  running  westerly  from  the  right  of   Record  Title  Act.     Being   also   all   and   the   same   lands   and   premises   conveyed   to   way  described  in  subparagraph  (a)  above  to  the  Camps  of  H.  and   Horst  R.  Funk  and  Michael  U.  L.  Funk,  Trustees  of  the  Hildegard  G.   C.  Billings  along  the  southerly  boundary  of  the  10.39  acre  parcel   Funk  Revocable  Trust  Dated  February  28,  1991  by  Partial  Decree   conveyed  herein  as  shown  on  the  survey  by  Donald  B.  Burchard   of  Distribution  in  the  Estate  of  Hildegard  G.  Funk  dated  February   entitled  â&#x20AC;&#x153;Road  Located  Survey  to  Campus  Owned  by  Charles  and   17,  1999  and  recorded  in  Book  33,  Page  59  of  the  Town  of  Ripton   Hilton   Billings   located   in   Ripton,   Vermont,â&#x20AC;?   dated   September   3,   Land   Records   and   being   more   particularly   described   therein,   in   1977     The   rights   of   way   as   described   on   the   above   referred   survey   part,  as  follows:    (1)One-­half  interest  in  real  property  described  in  warranty  deed   descriptions  which  are  incorporated  herein  by  reference  shall  run   from  Ronald  A.  Mainelli  to  Horst  R.  Funk  and  Hildegard  G.  Funk   with  the  land  and  shall  be  for  purposes  of  ingress  and  egress  of  the   dated  9/17/77,  recorded  in  the  Ripton  town  Land  Records  in  Book   10.39  acre  parcel  conveyed  herein.     Subject   to   pole   and   utility   line   easements   and   rights   of   way   of   20,  Page  168;Íž  containing  10.39  acres.      The  lands  and  premises  herein  conveyed  are  more  particularly   record  and  to  applicable  provisions  of  Vermont  State  law  and  the   described  in  the  Warranty  Deed  from  Ronald  A.  Mainelli  to  Horst   regulations  of  its  various  agencies  and  instrumentalities  regarding   R.  and  Hildegard  G.  Funk  dated  September  12,  1977  recorded  in   land  use,  development  and  subdivision. the  Town  of  Ripton  Land  Records  in  Book  20,  Page  168  as  follows:    As  a  covenant,  running  the  land,  Grantees  agree  for  themselves,       Being   all   and   the   same   lands   and   premises   conveyed   to   the   their  heirs  and  assigns,  that  only  one  family  residential  structure  will   Grantor  herein  Warranty  Deed  of  Willard  N.  Billings  and  Grace  O.   be  constructed  on  above-­described  parcel. Billings  which  Deed  is  dated  July  26,  1972  and  is  recorded  in  Book      The  above  described  parcel  constitutes  no  part  of  the  homestead   18  at  page  192  of  the  Land  Records  of  the  Town  of  Ripton  and  in   of  the  Grantor.    Reference  is  made  to  Agreement  among  Charles  A.  and  Eleanor   which  deed  said  lands  and  premises  are  described  as  follows:    Being  all  and  the  same  lands  and  premises  described  in  a  Quit   M.   Billing   s,   Milton   J.   and   Theresa   Billings,   and   Horst   R.   and   Claim   Deed   from   John   R.   Barrera   to   Willard   N.   and   Grace   O.   Hildegarde   G.   Funk,   dated   March   17,   1979   and   recorded   in   the   Billings  dated  January  1972,  recorded  in  Book  18,  Page  52  of  the   Town  of  Ripton  Land  Records  in  Book  21,  Page  137.â&#x20AC;?    Terms  of  Sale:    $10,000.00  to  be  paid  in  cash  or  cashierâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s  check   Ripton  Land  Records  and  therein  described  as  follows:     A   parcel   of   land   containing   10.39   acres,   more   or   less,   situate   by  purchaser  at  the  time  of  sale,  with  the  balance  due  at  closing.     on   the   westerly   side   of   the   roadway   leading   northwesterly   from   The  sale  is  subject  to  taxes  due  and  owing  to  the  Town  of  Ripton. Vermont   Route   125   across   Potash   Bridge   to   residences   of   one       The   mortgagor   is   entitled   to   redeem   the   premises   at   any   time   Mainelli  and  one  Biddle.  Said  parcel  being  a  portion  of  the  same   prior  to  the  sale  by  paying  the  full  amount  due  under  the  mortgage,   lands  and  premise  conveyed  to  the  herein  John  R.  Barrera  by  Quit   including  the  costs  and  expenses  of  the  sale. Claim   Deed   of   Willard   N.   and   Malcolm   W.   Billings   of   even   date      Other  terms  to  be  announced  at  the  sale  or  inquire  at  Lobe,  Fortin   &  Rees,  30  Kimball  Avenue,  Ste.  306,  South  Burlington,  VT  05403,   herewith,  and  recorded  herewith.       The   parcel   hereby   conveyed   is   more   particularly   described   as   (802)  660-­9000.    This  sale  may  be  cancelled  at  any  time  prior  to  the   follows:  Commencing  at  a  point  marked  by  an  iron  pipe  set  N  76°  38â&#x20AC;&#x2122;   scheduled  sale  date  without  prior  notice.   W  39.50  feet  from  the  center  of  said  roadway  leading  to  residences   DATED  at  South  Burlington,  Vermont  this  29th  day  of  January,  2014. of   Mainelli   and   Biddle,   thence   N   73°   37â&#x20AC;&#x2122;   W   616.93   feet   along   a   Wells  Fargo  Bank,  N.A. blazed  and  painted  property  line  to  a  point  marked  by  an  iron  pipe;Íž   By:  Joshua  B.  Lobe,  Esq.,  Lobe,  Fortin  &  Rees,  PLC thence  S  14°  43â&#x20AC;&#x2122;  W  267.14  feet  along  a  blazed  and  painted  property   30  Kimball  Ave.,  Ste.  306    South  Burlington,  VT    05403 line  to  a  point  marked  by  an  iron  pipe;Íž  thence  S  49°  39â&#x20AC;&#x2122;  E  1006.89   2/6,  13,  20 feet  along  a  blazed  and  painted  property  line  to  appoint  marked  by   an  iron  pipe  I  the  northwesterly  edge  of  the  private  roadway  leading  


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Intoxicated  stranger  found  sleeping  on  homeownerâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s  couch MIDDLEBURY   â&#x20AC;&#x201D;   Middlebury   police  cited  Gerald  Vanzyverden,  22,   of  Athyn,   Pa.,   for   unlawful   trespass   into   a   dwelling,   after   he   was   alleg-­ edly  found  asleep  on  a  sofa  inside  a   Monroe  Street  residence  on  Jan.  31.   Police   said   the   homeowner   suspects   she   might   have   inadvertently   left   her   door   unlocked.   Police   said   they   found   Vanzyverden   â&#x20AC;&#x153;extremely   intoxicated.â&#x20AC;?   Police   took   Vanzyverden   to   the   Marble   Valley   Correctional   Center   for  lack  of  bail. In   other   action   last   week,   Middlebury  police: Â&#x2021; :HUH LQIRUPHG RI WKH WKHIW RI D FRDWIURPWKHVWDWHRIÂżFHEXLOGLQJRII South  Village  Green  on  Jan.  27. Â&#x2021; 7RRN D \HDUROG PDOH IURP a   Route   7   South   residence   at   the   request  of  the  homeowner  on  Jan.  27.  

Police   said   the   male   was   taken   to   a   friendâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s  house. Â&#x2021; *RWPHQWDOKHDOWKFRXQVHOLQJIRU a  Route  7  South  man  who  had  alleg-­ edly  voiced  a  desire  to  harm  himself   on  Jan.  28. Â&#x2021; $VVLVWHG D ORFDO UHVLGHQW LQ destroying   some   old   and   unwanted   prescription  drugs  on  Jan.  28. Â&#x2021; 5HFHLYHGDUHSRUWRIDPDQZHDU-­ ing   hunting   clothes   and   carrying   a   shotgun   on   Schoolhouse   Hill   Road   on  Jan.  28.  Police  said  the  man  was   hunting  rabbits. Â&#x2021; 6SRNH WR D FRXSOH LQYROYHG LQ a   domestic   dispute   at   a   Jayne   Court   residence  on  Jan.  29. Â&#x2021; 5HVSRQGHGWRDQRLVHFRPSODLQWDW a  Seymour  Street  residence  on  Jan.  29. Â&#x2021; 5HVSRQGHGWRDUHSRUWHGGRPHV-­ tic  disturbance  at  a  Jayne  Court  resi-­ dence  on  Jan.  29.  Police  said  a  man  

was   â&#x20AC;&#x153;yelling   and   swearing   loudly   ZKLOVW WU\LQJ WR Âż[ KLV EURNHQ GRRU that   was   damaged   during   an   earlier   dispute.â&#x20AC;? Â&#x2021; 5HVSRQGHGWRDUHSRUWRIVFUHDP-­ ing   coming   from   a   Cross   Street   apartment   on   Jan.   30.   Police   said   a   woman   had   been   having  a  telephone   argument. Â&#x2021; ,QYHVWLJDWHG D report  of  a  woman   being   assaulted   in   a   ditch   off   of   Case  Street  on  Jan.   30.   Police   stopped   the   vehicle   and   spoke  with  the  three  occupants,  who   reported   no   assault   had   taken   place.   7KH\ WROG SROLFH WKDW WKH ZRPDQ LQ the   car   had   attempted   to   jump   out   because  her  boyfriend  had  broken  up   with  her.  Police  said  the  driver  of  the  

car   was   ticketed   for   driving   with   a   suspended  license. Â&#x2021; *DYHDKLWFKKLNHUDFRXUWHV\ULGH WRDORFDOPRWHORQ-DQ7KHPDQ had  been  seen  standing  in  the  middle   of  Route  7,  near  Exchange  Street. Â&#x2021; ,QYHVWLJDWHG D UHSRUW RI DQ u n d e r a g e   woman   trying   to   buy   alcohol   at   Hannaford   S u p e r m a r k e t   using   a   fake   identification   card  on  Jan.  31. Â&#x2021; 5HVSRQGHGWRDUHSRUWRIDYHKL-­ cle   leaving   the   scene   of   an   accident   on  Maple  Street  on  Jan.  31. Â&#x2021; 5HFHLYHG D UHSRUW RI D ZDOOHW EHLQJ VWROHQ IURP D MDFNHW DW 7ZR %URWKHUV7DYHUQRQ-DQ Â&#x2021; 6HUYHG D WHPSRUDU\ UHVWUDLQLQJ

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order   on   a   Seymour   Street   man   on   Jan.  31. Â&#x2021; :HUH LQIRUPHG WKDW D VH[XDO assault  evidence  kit  had  been  anony-­ mously  dropped  off  at  Porter  Hospital   on  Feb.  1.  Authorities  forwarded  the   kit   to   the  Vermont   Forensic   Lab   for   testing. Â&#x2021; 5HVSRQGHG WR WKH FOHUJ\VSRQ-­ sored   warming   shelter   on   South   Pleasant  Street  on  Feb.  1  on  a  report   of  a  client  who  was  vomiting.  Police   said   the   man   in   questionâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s   blood-­ alcohol   content   was   measured   at   0.196   percent,   and   he   was   taken   to   a   detox   facility.   For   the   sake   of   comparison,   the   legal   blood   alcohol   limit  for  driving  is  0.08  percent. Â&#x2021; &DPH XSRQ WZR PHQ ÂżVKLQJ ZLWKRXW ÂżVKLQJ OLFHQVHV RQ &URVV Street   on   Feb.   1.   Police   asked   the   men  to  produce  their  licenses.

Â&#x2021; $VVLVWHG 0LGGOHEXU\ $GYDQFHG (07 ZLWK D PDQ IRXQG XQUHVSRQ-­ VLYHLQWKHUHVWURRPDW7ZR%URWKHUÂśV 7DYHUQ RQ 0DLQ 6WUHHW RQ )HE  2IÂżFHUVVDLGWKHPDQDZDNHQHGDQG believe  he  might  have  become  unre-­ sponsive  due  to  a  medical  issue. Â&#x2021; *RW PHQWDO KHDOWK FRXQVHOLQJ for  a  local  man  on  Feb.  2. Â&#x2021; :HUHLQIRUPHGWKDWVRPHRQHKDG stolen   a   vehicle   plate   from   a   Valley   View  Road  apartment  on  Feb.  2. Â&#x2021; 5HFHLYHGDUHSRUWWKDWVRPHRQH KDG GULYHQ DZD\ IURP 0DSOHÂżHOGV on   North   Pleasant   Street   on   Feb.   2   without   paying   for   the   gas   they   pumped. Â&#x2021; &LWHG &DWK\ / )OHPLQJ  RI Bristol   for   retail   theft   following   an   alleged   shoplifting   incident   at   the   Hannaford   Supermarket   on   Court   Street  on  Feb.  2.

Ferrisburgh  man  and  Milton  man  held  for  string  of  burglaries 9(50217²/DVWZHHN9HUPRQW State   Police   said   their   investigation   showed   that   a   Ferrisburgh   man   and   a   Milton   man   were   responsible   for   a   two-­month-­long   burglary   spree   cross-­ ing  three  counties. Since   December   2013,   state   police   have   received   multiple   reports   of   burglaries  in  Chittenden,  Franklin  and   Lamoille  counties,  including  the  towns   RI:HVWIRUG8QGHUKLOO-HULFKR0LOWRQ )OHWFKHUDQG(DVW)DLUÂżHOG7KHLWHPV stolen  and  method  of  burglary  revealed   a  pattern  of  crime. /DVW 7KXUVGD\ WURRSHUV WRRN LQWR custody   and   lodged   at   the   Chittenden   County   Correctional   Center   Kyle   7HWUHDXOWRI)HUULVEXUJKDQG6FRWW 7D\ORURI0LOWRQ 7D\ORU ZDV FLWHG IRU QLQH FRXQWV of   burglary   and   held   for   a   lack   of   $100,000  bail.   7HWUHDXOWZDVFLWHGIRUIRXURXWVWDQG-­ ing  Vermont  warrants  for  sexual  assault,   petty   larceny,   unlawful   trespass,   care-­ less  and  negligent  driving,  and  a  work   FUHZYLRODWLRQ7HWUHDXOWZDVDOVRKHOG on  a  â&#x20AC;&#x153;failure-­to-­appearâ&#x20AC;?  warrant  out  of   New  Hampshire  for  felony  possession   of   heroin.   He   is   being   held   without   EDLO%XUJODU\FKDUJHVIRU7HWUHDXOWDUH

pending. 7KH9HUPRQW6WDWH3ROLFHLQFRRS-­ eration   with   several   other   local   agen-­ cies,  have  recovered  many  of  the  items   stolen  during  the  burglaries,  including   Ă&#x20AC;DWVFUHHQ WHOHYLVLRQV FRPSXWHUV tools  and  jewelry;Íž  and  police  said  they   are   working   to   return   property   to   the   victims. 7KLV LV VWLOO DQ DFWLYH DQG RQJRLQJ investigation. Meanwhile,   a   73-­year-­old   Brandon   man   was   killed   in   a   one-­car   crash   on   5RXWHLQ&DODLVRQ-DQ3ROLFH report   that   Bruce   Montminy   Sr.   was   driving   southbound   on   the   road   at   a   OLWWOHEHIRUHDPRQWKDW:HGQHVGD\ morning  when,  for  an  unknown  reason,   the  vehicle  traveled  off  the  left  side  of   the  roadway  and  hit  a  utility  pole. Montminy   was   transported   to   the   Central   Vermont   Hospital   where   he   was  pronounced  dead. Police  said  speed  does  not  appear  to   be  a  factor,  and  Montminy  was  wear-­ ing  his  seatbelt. 7KHFUDVKLVVWLOOXQGHULQYHVWLJDWLRQ In  other  recent  activity,  state  police: Â&#x2021; 2Q -DQ  DW  SP VWRSSHG a  motor  vehicle  stop  driven  by  Joshua   Jerger,   26,   on   Plank   Road   in   New  

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TOWN OF MIDDLEBURY PUBLIC HEARING NOTICE

    The   resident   and   nonresident   owners,   lien   holders   and   mortgagees   of   lands   in   the   Town   of   New   Haven   in   the   County   of   $GGLVRQDUHKHUHE\QRWLÂżHGWKDWWKHWD[HV assessed  by  such  Town  for  the  years  2010,   2011,   2012,   and   2013   remain,   either   in   whole   or   in   part,   unpaid   on   the   following   described  lands  in  such  Town  to  wit: Being  the  house,  lot  and  all  improvements   located  at  1161  Hunt  Road,  New  Haven,   Vermont   05472,   and   being   all   and   the   same   lands   and   premises   conveyed   to   Mark   Hubbell   by   Quit   Claim   Deed   of   Clarence  Sturtevant  and  Yvette  Sturtevant   dated   August   24,   2004,   and   recorded   at   Book   65,   Pages   720-­721   New   Haven   Land  Records.     and  so  much  of  such  lands  will  be  sold  at   SXEOLFDXFWLRQDWWKH7RZQ&OHUNÂśV2IÂżFHD public  place  in  such  Town,  on  the  6th  day  of   March  2014  at  ten  oâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;clock  a.m.,  as  shall  be   UHTXLVLWHWRGLVFKDUJHVXFKWD[HVZLWKFRVWV and   fees,   unless   previously   paid.   Dated   at   New   Haven,   Vermont,   this   21st   day   of   January,  2014.         Sylviasue  Ford,   &ROOHFWRURIGHOLQTXHQWWD[HV for  the  Town  of  New  Haven    

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TOWN OF STARKSBORO DEVELOPMENT REVIEW BOARD NOTICE OF PUBLIC HEARING The   Starksboro   Development   Review   Board   will   hold   a   public   hearing   on   the   following   application(s)   beginning   at   7:45   P.M.  on  February  27,  2014  at  the  Starks-­ ERUR7RZQ2I¿FH Application  #  2013DRB-­02-­SD  is  a   ¿QDOSODWDSSOLFDWLRQIRUWKHSURSRVHG 2-­lot   minor   subdivision   of   parcel   #   F5156E   by   Irving   Melendy   pursu-­ ant   to   section   2.2   of   the   Starksboro   Subdivision   Regulations.   Parcel   #F5156E  is  a  9+  acre  parcel,  devel-­ oped   with   single-­family   home   and   related   accessory   structures   on   Jim   Dwire   Road   and   Jerusalem   Road.   The   parcel   is   located   in   the   High   Density  Residential  and  Commercial   District  and  Low  Density  Residential   and   Commercial   District.   This   ap-­ SOLFDWLRQZLOOEHWKH¿UVW VW LWHPRI business  on  the  Boards  agenda.   Application  #  2014DRB-­01-­CU/SP   is   a   request   for   conditional   use   and   site   plan   approval   for   the   develop-­ ment   of   storage   buildings/units   on   parcel   #   D211644W1   by   Matthew   Norris.  This  request  will  be  reviewed   pursuant   to   sections   2.15,   4.8   and   4.10   of   the   Starksboro   Zoning   By-­ laws.  Parcel  #D211644W1  is  located   on   VT   Rte.116   in   the   Agricultural,   Scenic   and   Rural   Residential   Cor-­ ridor.   This   application   will   be   the   second  (2nd)  item  of  business  on  the   Boards  agenda Both   applications   are   available   for   re-­ YLHZ DW WKH 7RZQ 2I¿FH ,QWHUHVWHG SHU-­ sons  are  invited  to  attend  the  hearings,  or   send  a  representative.  Pursuant  to  24  VSA   §  4464(a)(1)(C)  and  4471(a),  participation   in  this  local  proceeding  is  a  prerequisite  to   the  right  to  take  any  subsequent  appeal. David:HWPRUH$GPLQLVWUDWLYH2I¿FHU Dated:  February  6,  2104

The   Middlebury   Development   Review   Board   will   hold   a   public   hearing   on   Mon-­ day,  February  24,  2014  beginning  at  7:00   SPLQWKH7RZQ2I¿FH0XQLFLSDO&RQIHU-­ ence  Room  to  consider  the  application  by   -HUHPLH %XWWHU¿HOG IRU ¿QDO DSSURYDO RI D two  lot  subdivision  of  2056  Munger  Street.     Plans  and  additional  information  regarding   this  application  may  be  viewed  at  the  Plan-­ QLQJDQG=RQLQJ2I¿FHLQWKH7RZQ2I¿FHV or  by  calling  388-­8100,  Ext  210.    Participa-­ tion  in  this  public  hearing  is  a  prerequisite   to  the  right  to  take  any  subsequent  appeal.   Edward  K.  Dunakin  =RQLQJ$GPLQLVWUDWLYH2I¿FHU

Haven  for  speeding.  Police  cited  Jerger   for  driving  with  a  criminally  suspended   license. Â&#x2021; 2Q-DQDWSPUHVSRQGHG to   a   reported   citizen   dispute   in   Leicester.   After   investigating,   police   said   38-­year-­old   Kenneth   Gilbert   III,   38,   had   gone   to   a   Leicester   resi-­ dence   to   confront   a   22-­year-­old   about   an   issue.   7KHUH ZHUH QXPHU-­ ous   other   family   members   present,   as  well  as  young  children.  Police  said   that   while   at   the   residence   Gilbert   broke  an  exterior  window  of  the  house   ZLWK KLV ÂżVW DQG PDGH WKUHDWV 3ROLFH cited  Gilbert  for  unlawful  mischief  and   trespassing.   Â&#x2021; 2Q-DQDWSPUHVSRQGHG to   a   two-­car   crash   on   Monkton   Road   at   the   intersection   with   Hardscrabble   Road   in   Monkton.   Police   said   a   17-­year-­old  driving  a  2003  Ford  Focus   reported  he  looked  down  for  a  second   and   when   he   looked   up   he   saw   that   the   2009   Chevrolet   HHR   in   front   of   him   had   stopped   to   make   a   left   turn.   Since   the   teen   did   not   have   enough  

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TOWN OF CORNWALL NOTICE OF PUBLIC MEETING The   Cornwall   Planning   Commission   will  hold  a  Public  Meeting  on  Wednesday,   February  19th  at  7:15  PM  in  the  Town  Hall   located  on  Route  30,  Cornwall,  Vermont. Purpose  of  Meeting: To   hear   a   request   by   Maurice   and   Barbara   Laframboise   of   346   Morse   Road,   Cornwall,   Vermont   to   subdi-­ vide  a  15  acre  lot  from  their  233  acre   IDUP 7KLV PDWWHU ZDV FODVVL¿HG E\ the   Cornwall   Planning   Commission   on  January  15,  2014  as  a  minor  sub-­ division. The  above  application  is  available  to  the   SXEOLFDWWKH&RUQZDOO7RZQ&OHUNœVRI¿FH Route  30,  Cornwall,  VT.  You  are  free  to  re-­ YLHZWKH¿OHIRUDQ\DGGLWLRQDOLQIRUPDWLRQ concerning  this  particular  matter. Persons   wishing   to   be   heard   at   this   Public   Meeting   may   do   so   in   person   or   may  be  represented  at  the  meeting  by  a  li-­ censed  Vermont  attorney  or  an  authorized   agent.  Please  note  that  in  accordance  with   Chapter  117,  Section  4464,  of  the  Vermont   Statutes   that   participation   in   this   Public   Meeting   is   a   prerequisite   to   the   right   to   take  any  subsequent  appeal. Sincerely, Tracy  Himmel  Isham  and  James  Bolton Co-­Chairs,  Cornwall  Planning  Commission

Contact Your U.S. Senators Sen. Patrick Leahy 1-­800-­642-­3193

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Sen. Bernie Sanders 1-­800-­339-­9834

SRC-­2 United States Senate Washington, D.C. 20510 www.sanders.senate.gov

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distance  to  stop,  the  Focus  rear-­ended   the  Chevy,  causing  extensive  front-­end   damage  to  the  Ford  and  some  damage   to  the  Chevy,  though  no  injuries  were   reported.   Drivers   in   both   vehicles   ZHUH ZHDULQJ VHDW EHOWV 7KH %ULVWRO Fire   Department   also   responded   and   SURYLGHG WUDIÂżF control. Â&#x2021; 2Q )HE 1   began   investi-­ gating  a  burglary   c o m p l a i n t   in   Lincoln.   U n k n o w n   individual(s)   entered   an   unsecured   JDUDJH DQG VWROH D ÂżYHJDOORQ IXHO FDQ DQG IXHO 7KH HVWLPDWHG YDOXH RI the   can   and   fuel   is   $30.  Anyone   with   information  on  this  is  asked  to  contact   963 DW  ,QIRUPDWLRQ can   also   be   submitted   anonymously   online  at  www.vtips.info  or  by  texting   Âł&5,0(6´   WR NH\ZRUG 97,366WDWHSROLFHHQFRXUDJHFLWL]HQV to  lock  their  garages  and  homes. Â&#x2021; 2Q)HEDWDPUHVSRQGHG to  a  two-­vehicle  crash  on  Route  116  in   Bristol.  Police  said  the  driver  of  a  2007   Pontiac  Vibe  collided  with  the  rear  end   of  a  2000  Jeep  Cherokee  after  the  Jeep  

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stopped  for  a  turning  vehicle  on  Route   116.  Both  vehicles  had  some  damage,   no  one  was  injured. Â&#x2021; 2Q )HE  DW  SP 7UR\ +DOH 18,  of  Brandon  turned  himself  in  to  the   Vermont  State  Police  at  the  Shaftsbury   barracks.   Hale   was   charged   with   a   misdemeanor  count  of  false  pretenses.   Police  said  a  former  employer  alleged   that  Hale  improperly  used  a  company   credit  card  for  personal  purchases. Â&#x2021; 2Q)HEDWDPUHVSRQGHG to   a   911   hang-­up   call   in   Starksboro.   $IWHULQYHVWLJDWLQJSROLFHFLWHG:D\QH Prim,   37,   of   Starksboro   for   domestic   assault.   Â&#x2021; 2Q )HE  FLWHG =DFKDULD 5XVN 18,   of   Middlebury   for   violation   of   conditions   of   release   after   he   alleg-­ edly  made  contact  with  a  16-­year-­old   with  whom  he  was  ordered  not  to  have   contact. Â&#x2021; 2Q WKH HYHQLQJ RI )HE  responded   to   two   reports   of   vehicles   hitting  deer  in  and  near  Bristol. 7KH ÂżUVW LQFLGHQW RFFXUUHG DW  p.m.   on   Stoney   Hill   Road   in   Bristol.   Melinda   Marcelle,   26,   of   Bristol   told   police   that   that   she   and   her   young   daughter   were   heading   home   when   several  deer  ran  across  the  road  in  front  

of   the   2001   Subaru   Legacy   she   was   GULYLQJ7KHFDUVWUXFNWKHKLQGHQGRI the   third   deer,   airbags   deployed,   and   the  collision  totaled  the  vehicle.  Both   Marcelle  and  her  daughter  were  prop-­ erly  buckled  in  and  were  not  injured.   7KHQ DW DSSUR[LPDWHO\  SP WKH same  trooper  responded  to  another  car   YVGHHUFROOLVLRQ7KHWURRSHUUHSRUWHG WKDW3DWULFLD:KLWHRI%ULVWROZDV GULYLQJ D  IRXUGRRU -HHS VRXWK-­ bound   on   Bristol   Road   in   Monkton   when  a  large  doe  ran  out  in  front  of  her.   :KLWH ZDV XQDEOH WR DYRLG WKH GHHU which  struck  the  front,  passenger  side   of   her   new   Jeep.   No   human   injuries   were  reported. 7KH WURRSHU VDLG KHU LQYHVWLJDWLRQ suggests   that   this   collision   could   not   have  been  avoided  but  no  injuries  were   reported   due   to   the   vigilance   of   both   the  driver  and  the  passenger  that  were   traveling  under  the  posted  speed  limit   and  were  both  wearing  their  seatbelts   SURSHUO\7KH GHHU GLHG XSRQ LPSDFW and  it  was  given  away  to  feed  a  local   family. State   police   remind   community   members   to   keep   an   eye   out   for   animals   crossing   the   roadways,   espe-­ cially  at  dawn  and  dusk.

Police  ticket  DLS,   probe  phone  scam %5,672/ ² %ULVWRO SROLFH recently  twice  cited  a  town  woman   for   driving   with   a   suspended   license.   3ROLFHRQ-DQVDZ0HORGLH$ &DPSEHOOGULYLQJDYHKLFOHRQ East   Street,   and   later   discovered   that   Campbell   was   prohibited   by   conditions   of   release   from   two   previous   driving-­with-­suspended-­ license   citations.   Police   again   saw   Campbell   driv-­ ing   on   Jan.   30,   and   arrested   her.   Campbell   is  due  to  answer   the   charges   in   Addison   County   Superior   Court   on  March  3. Bristol   police   also   recently   investigated   a   phone   scam.   Chief   Kevin   Gibbs   said   police   this   past   7KXUVGD\ UHFHLYHG D FDOO IURP D Main   Street   business   owner   who   said   a   an   man   with   a   â&#x20AC;&#x153;foreign   accentâ&#x20AC;?   called   her   and   claimed   to   EH IURP KHU SRZHU FRPSDQ\ 7KH man   told   the   business   owner   she   had   to   pay   her   bill   by   purchasing  

a   Green   Dot   Card   from   Rite   Aid,   and  said  he  would  call  back  in  one   hour  to  get  the  card  information.  If   the  business  owner  did  not  comply,   the   man   said   her   power   would   be   shut  off. 7KH EXVLQHVV RZQHU FDOOHG KHU utility   provider,   who   said   the   man   was   not   affiliated   with   the   FRPSDQ\:KHQWKHPDQFDOOHGWKH business  owner  back,  he  was  unable   to   provide   the   correct   account   number   to   her.   7KH EXVLQHVV owner  described   the  man  as  a  very   fast   talker   and   very  persistent. Bristol   police   said   they   spoke   with   the   management   of   Rite  Aid,   who   told   them   the   store   does   not   issue   Green   Dot   cards,   a   type   of   prepaid  debit  card. Police  urged  citizens  to  be  suspi-­ cious   of   any   strangers   calling   and   requesting   money   for   any   reason.   Citizens   should   verify   the   legiti-­ macy   of   any   caller   before   turning   over  any  money.

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Routine  matters  keep   cityâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s  police  occupied VERGENNES   â&#x20AC;&#x201D;   In   a   relatively   quiet   week   between   Jan.   27   and   Feb.   2,   Vergennes   police   handled   mostly   routine   matters,   aiding   the   Vergennes  Area  Rescue  Squad,  deal-­ ing  with  car  accidents,  looking  into   two  cases  of  alleged  retail  theft,  and   issuing   one   cita-­ tion   for   driving   with  a  suspended   license.   In   that   time   period,   V e r g e n n e s   police:   Â&#x2021; 2Q -DQ  KHOSHG 9$56 ZLWK four  separate  patients  at  Northlands   Job  Corps,  in  one  case  dealing  with   an   unruly   student   interfering   with   medical  and  police  work.   Â&#x2021; 2Q-DQWLFNHWHGD9HUJHQQHV Union  High  School  student  for  using   chewing  tobacco.   Â&#x2021; 2Q -DQ  ZHUH WROG E\ DQ American   Legion   employee   a   car   had  been  struck  in  the  postâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s  parking   lot   by   another   vehicle   that   had   left   the  scene.   Â&#x2021; 2Q -DQ  KHOSHG ÂżQG D \HDUROG ER\ ZKR KDG OHIW KLV city   home   after   a   dispute   with   his   parents;Íž  he  was  found  nearby.  

Â&#x2021; 2Q -DQ  ZHQW WR 9HUJHQQHV Union   Elementary   School   to   look   into   a   situation   on   behalf   of   the   Department   of   Children   and   Families.   Â&#x2021; 2Q -DQ  WRRN D UHSRUW WKDW D car  parked  on  Main  Street  had  been   damaged   by   another   vehicle   that   had   left   the   scene.   Â&#x2021; 2Q -DQ 31   dealt   with   a   minor   two-­ car   accident   on   Depot  Street.   Â&#x2021; 2Q -DQ  FLWHG %UDQGRQ Bessette,  21,  of  South  Burlington  for   driving  with  a  criminally  suspended   license,  an  act  taken  after  receiving   DWLSIURPDQRWKHURIÂżFHU Â&#x2021; 2Q )HE  LVVXHG D QRWUHVSDVV order  to  a  woman  suspected  of  shop-­ lifting   twice   from   a   Main   Street   business.   Â&#x2021; 2Q)HESLFNHGXSDSURSDQH tank  that  was  lying  on  a  South  Maple   Street  sidewalk.   Â&#x2021; 2Q )HE  WULHG WR ÂżQG D SODFH for   a   transient   to   stay;Íž   when   they   were   unsuccessful,   Vermont   State   Police  took  him  to  New  York  state.  

Vergennes Police Log


PAGE  12B  â&#x20AC;&#x201D;  Addison  Independent,  Thursday,  February  6,  2014

MIDDLEBURY

Tucked in the Woodlands, this house has a great, open floor plan.  Sunny, south-facing addition and vaulted ceilings give you plenty of room.  Three bedrooms, three baths, radiant heat and a woodstove.  Cozy house with great outdoor space and a 2-car garage!  $229,900  MLS#4321623 

Real Estate BillBeck.com

SOUTH RIDGE NEIGHBORHOOD

Perfect opportunity to build a home in a great Middlebury neighborhood.  With attractive financing options, all you need to do is pick out a lot!  $95,000 â&#x20AC;&#x201C; $155,000

ADDISON

Thoughtfully designed 3-bedroom home with gorgeous views of Lake Champlain and 60ft of lake access with dock. Spacious kitchen finished with granite counter tops. Guest suite with kitchenette and separate entrance. Propane fireplace, deck and screened porch. Attached 2-car garage. Easy Living! $389,000 MLS#4255755

CORNWALL

Simple living and convenient to Middlebury, this sweet 4-bdrm home has hardwood floors & spacious eatin kitchen. Large master w/room for study/office, 2-car garage, new windows; organically gardened for years â&#x20AC;&#x201C; nice big side yard and woods. This well-loved home is ready to be yours. $220,000 MLS#4334372

LI NE ST W IN G !

LAKE CHAMPLAIN, BRIDPORT

Year-Round House â&#x20AC;&#x201C; Great Value! This could cost you less than your rent!  Owner says â&#x20AC;&#x153;SELL!â&#x20AC;?  Take a look â&#x20AC;&#x201C; make an offer. $250,000 MLS#4240482  

TWO COTTAGES ON LAKE DUNMORE! Think  of  the  possibilities!  Charming  property   in  protected  cove  on  1.14  acres  of  land.    Both   cottages  are  being  sold  completely  furnished   and   were   renovated   by   The   McKernon   Group.     One   cottage   has   two   bedrooms   and   a   screened   porch;   the   other   has   one   bedroom   and   a   large   deck.     The   dock,   installed  in  2010,  was  custom-­designed  and   built   by  The   Dock   Doctors.  There   is   also   a   new  tool  shed  with  laundry.    Come  sit  on  the  deck,  dock  or  screened  porch  and  enjoy  this   peaceful  lake  getaway  in  move-­in  condition.      MLS#  4322316 LAKE DUNMORE â&#x20AC;&#x201C; Spectacular  lake  views   from   this   beautiful   three   bedroom,   custom-­ built  year-­â&#x20AC;&#x2122;round  home  nestled  on  the  edge   of  the  Green  Mountains.  Hike  out  your  back   door  to  Falls  of  Llana  and  Ethan  Allenâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s  Cave.   Seller   preserved   this   siteâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s   natural   beauty   by   building   the   decking   around   existing   trees.   The   cathedral   ceiling   allows   a   â&#x20AC;&#x153;wall   of  windowsâ&#x20AC;?  creating  spectacular  â&#x20AC;&#x153;paintingsâ&#x20AC;?   of   Lake   Dunmore   throughout   the   seasons.   +DUGZRRG Ă&#x20AC;RRUV FXVWRPEXLOW RDN FDELQHWV DUH RQO\ D IHZ RI WKH PDQ\ DUFKLWHFWXUDO features.  There  is  also  a  12x8  cabin  with  a  half  bath.    Hiking,  biking,  canoeing  and  boating   are  right  out  your  door  at  this  lovely  lake-­front  home.      MLS#  4173584

AUTHENTIC AND BEAUTIFULY REBUILT 1750 Georgian-­style   farmstead  on  25  acres  with  360  degree   panoramic   views.   This   perfect   period   residence   combines   museum   quality   workmanship   with   all   the   modern   utilities   and   insulation.   In   addition   to   post  and  beam  construction  and  a  new   foundation,   this   property   includes   a   [WKUHHVWDOOKRUVHEDUQUGĂ&#x20AC;RRUERQXVURRPIRURIÂżFHRUVWXGLRED\[ pole  barn  for  cars,  RV,  snowmobiles,  boats,  and  toys.  Only  a  few  miles  to  Lake   Champlain,  less  than  an  hour  to  major  ski  areas,  approximately  15-­20  minutes  to   Middlebury.  Offered  at      MLS#  4331951 )RUPRUHGHWDLOVRQWKHVHDQGRWKHUĂ&#x20AC;QHKRPHV view the online photo album at www.BillBeck.com

Ingrid Punderson Jackson Real Estate 44 Main Street Middlebury, VT 05753 802-388-4242

Vermont: Greater Burlington, Fairlee, Londonderry, Lyndonville, Manchester, Middlebury, Norwich, Rutland, St. Albans, St. Johnsbury, Vergennes, Woodstock New Hampshire: Hanover, West Lebanon MONKTON Year â&#x20AC;&#x2DC;round camp could be used as a primary residence with all the comforts of home. Bright & cheery kitchen with lots of counter space. Sun room off of living area. $115,500 MLS 4227486

www.middvermontrealestate.com

Bill Beck Real Estate 802-388-7983

LEICESTER Three bedroom home with large living spaces, huge back yard, oversized garage that could be converted to a barn, and partially finished basement. $179,000 MLS 4311841 PANTON Extensive work has been done, including newer heating system, electrical updates, vinyl siding, newer roof, updated bath, 26â&#x20AC;&#x2122; x 26â&#x20AC;&#x2122; oversized garage. $197,500 MLS 4234697

EQUAL HOUSING OPPORTUNITY

BRANDON Convenient single level living in a very quiet, private location on 21.92 +/- lot just outside of town. Large, clean, dry basement, plus attached 2-car garage. $225,000 MLS 4321306

Tell  us  whatâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s  on  your  mind.  Email  to: news@addisonindependent.com

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NOTICE FROM REALTORS

THE   ADDISON   COUNTY   BOARD  OF  REALTORS  wishes   to  inform  the  public  that      not    all   Brokers  of    real  estate  are  REAL-­ 7256 2QO\ TXDOL¿HG 5HDOWRUV may  use  this  term.    It  is  a  registered   trademark.  Realtors  must  abide  by   a  strict  code  of  ethics,  take  con-­ tinuing  education  and  attend  local   monthly   meetings,   annual   state   conferences,  and  yearly  national   conferences,  hence  making  them   better  informed  on  all  aspects  of   real  estate.    Your  REALTOR  ap-­ preciates  your  business.

ADDISON Attractive and comfortable 3-bedroom home with kitchen and dining area open to the great room. First floor master bedroom, finished walk-out basement. $259,000 MLS 4252422 VERGENNES Vintage brick home with high ceilings, amazing woodwork and outbuildings. Has been used as a two-family home in the past, and has a potential building lot. $359,900 MLS 3071034

COMMERCIAL LISTING

WALTHAM Mobile home park with 14 permitted sites, and over 100â&#x20AC;&#x2122; of Otter Creek frontage. Access to public water and sewer. Easy access to Vergennes amenities and services. $250,000 MLS 4331990

Lang McLaughry Middlebury

Middlebury Office 66 Court Street

Middlebury, Vermont 05753 802-388-1000 800-856-7585 802-388-7115 (fax)

Vergennes Office

268 Main Street Vergennes, Vermont 05491 802-877-3232 800-577-3232 802-877-2227 (fax)

www.LMSRE.com


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