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By Â ZACH Â DESPART MONKTON Â â€” Â In Â a Â June Â 19 Â meet-Â ing Â with Â legislators Â and Â the Â head Â of Â the Â Department Â of Â Public Â Service, Â dozens Â of Â Monkton Â residents Â said Â theyâ€™re Â still Â nowhere Â close Â to Â signing Â easements Â with Â Vermont Â Gas Â Sys-Â tems Â that Â will Â allow Â the Â company Â to Â
lay Â a Â new Â pipeline Â across Â the Â town. In Â the Â three Â months Â since Â Monkton Â residents Â held Â a Â similar Â meeting Â with Â state Â regulators Â to Â address Â Vermont Â Gasâ€™ Â negotiating Â tactics Â with Â regard Â to Â its Â Addison-ÂRutland Â Natural Â Gas Â Project, Â not Â a Â single Â landowner Â at Â (See Â Monkton, Â Page Â 13)
Monday, June 23, 2014
Sessions Â is Â selected Â as Â Cornwall Â school Â leader By Â JOHN Â FLOWERS CORNWALL Â â€” Â The Â Cornwall Â School Â Boardâ€™s Â search Â for Â an Â in-Â terim Â principal Â has Â ended Â virtually Â within Â shouting Â distance Â of Â the Â school. Longtime Â Cornwall Â resident Â and Â former Â Salisbury Â Community Â School Â Principal Â Abi Â Sessions Â has Â
been Â picked Â to Â lead Â Cornwallâ€™s Â Bingham Â Memorial Â School Â during Â the Â next Â academic Â year. â€œI Â am Â really Â excited Â to Â work Â with Â the Â Cornwall Â School Â staff, Â to Â get Â to Â know Â the Â students Â and Â fami-Â lies, Â and Â to Â help Â facilitate Â a Â smooth Â transition Â to Â a Â permanent Â principal Â (See Â Sessions, Â Page Â 31)
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STEVE Â SMALL, Â DIRECTOR Â of Â the Â Addison Â Repertory Â Theater Â program Â at Â the Â Hannaford Â Career Â Center, Â recently Â won Â the Â inaugural Â Herb Â Lock-Â wood Â Prize, Â a Â $10,000 Â award Â given Â for Â artistic Â achievement Â and Â community Â enrichment. Independent Â photo/Trent Â Campbell
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Small makes a big impression in Vt. theater By Â MARY Â LANGWORTHY Â and Â JOHN Â S. Â McCRIGHT MIDDLEBURY Â â€” Â When Â it Â comes Â to Â the Â world Â of Â theater, Â Steve Â Small Â is Â a Â veritable Â man Â for Â DOO VHDVRQV +H LV D ÂżUVWFODVV DF-Â tor, Â directs Â productions Â every Â year, Â is Â a Â whiz Â with Â the Â technical Â side Â of Â stagecraft Â and Â even Â knows Â how Â to Â create Â prosthetic Â zombie Â hands. Last Â week Â the Â 57-Âyear-Âold Â di-Â
rector Â of Â the Â Addison Â Repertory Â Theater Â and Â active Â actor Â was Â rec-Â ognized Â not Â only Â for Â those Â skills, Â but Â more Â importantly Â for Â helping Â a Â generation Â or Â two Â of Â students Â to Â ÂżQGWKHLURZQZD\LQWKHWKHDWHU 6PDOOZDVQDPHGWKHÂżUVWUHFLSL-Â ent Â of Â the Â Herb Â Lockwood Â Prize, Â a Â $10,000 Â award Â given Â to Â honor Â pas-Â sionate Â Vermont Â artists Â whose Â work Â shapes Â their Â Vermont Â communities. Â
Those Â who Â know Â Smallâ€™s Â work Â werenâ€™t Â surprised Â to Â hear Â of Â the Â honor. â€œSteve Â Small Â is Â one Â of Â the Â most Â talented Â and Â caring Â teachers Â I Â have Â ever Â known,â€? Â said Â Lois Â Rood, Â one Â of Â Smallâ€™s Â A.R.T. Â students, Â who Â is Â now Â studying Â music Â at Â the Â Wheaton Â College Â of Â Music Â in Â Illinois. Â â€œHe Â more Â than Â deserves Â this Â award.â€? The Â award, Â which Â was Â presented Â
this Â past Â Tuesday Â at Â Burlington Â City Â Arts, Â will Â be Â given Â annually Â by Â Todd Â Lockwood Â in Â honor Â of Â his Â late Â brother, Â Herb Â Lockwood. Â Herb Â was Â a Â musician Â and Â artist Â who Â died Â 27 Â years Â ago Â in Â an Â accident Â in Â Burling-Â ton Â at Â the Â age Â of Â 27. The Â Herb Â Lockwood Â Prize Â is Â a Â celebration Â of Â artistic Â excellence Â at Â a Â level Â that Â inspires Â other Â artists Â and Â (See Â Steve Â Small, Â Page Â 7)
PAGE Â 2 Â â€” Â Addison Â Independent, Â Monday, Â June Â 23, Â 2014
Vt. Gas, Shoreham come to an understanding
By Â ZACH Â DESPART SHOREHAM Â â€” Â Vermont Â Gas Â Systems Â and Â the Â Shoreham Â select-Â board Â announced Â on Â Thursday Â that Â they Â had Â agreed Â on Â a Â Memorandum Â of Â Understanding Â related Â to Â the Â Ad-Â dison-ÂRutland Â Natural Â Gas Â Project, Â a Â natural Â gas Â pipeline Â that Â would Â run Â through Â the Â town. The Â agreement Â sets Â conditions Â about Â how Â and Â where Â the Â natural Â gas Â transmission Â line Â can Â be Â built Â and Â mandates Â emergency Â training Â and Â safety Â measures. Â In Â the Â MOU, Â Vermont Â Gas Â also Â promises Â to Â create Â a Â $100,000 Â com-Â munity Â fund Â to Â be Â used Â for Â educa-Â WLRQ IHDVLELOLW\ VWXGLHV UHWURÂżWWLQJ municipal Â buildings Â for Â natural Â gas, Â DQGVXEVLGL]LQJHQHUJ\HIÂżFLHQF\LP-Â provements Â to Â residentsâ€™ Â homes. Â The Â selectboard Â will Â administer Â the Â fund, Â which Â the Â company Â said Â it Â OKâ€™d Â because Â of Â the Â townâ€™s Â â€œunique Â statusâ€? Â of Â hosting Â the Â transmission Â line Â to Â the Â International Â Paper Â plant Â in Â Ticonderoga, Â N.Y.
In Â a Â statement Â issued Â by Â Vermont Â Gas, Â selectboard Â chair Â Paul Â Saenger Â praised Â the Â MOU Â as Â a Â good Â step Â for Â the Â town. â€œOur Â agreement Â with Â Vermont Â Gas Â is Â a Â positive Â step Â forward Â that Â will Â en-Â sure Â our Â community Â and Â landownersâ€™ Â interests,â€? Â Saenger Â said. Â â€œThe Â com-Â munity Â fund, Â to Â be Â managed Â by Â the Â WRZQ ZLOO KHOS WRZQ RIÂżFLDOV ZLWK planning Â and Â emergency Â services. Â While Â natural Â gas Â will Â be Â available Â to Â some Â parts Â of Â Shoreham, Â it Â is Â our Â hope Â Vermont Â Gas Â will Â continue Â to Â work Â to Â expand Â their Â service Â so Â all Â of Â our Â citi-Â ]HQVFDQEHQHÂżWIURPWKHORZHUSULFHV and Â emissions Â of Â natural Â gas.â€? Saenger Â added Â that Â he Â hoped Â Ver-Â mont Â Gas Â would Â extend Â service Â to Â more Â citizens Â of Â Addison Â County. Â Currently, Â the Â company Â estimates Â the Â pipeline Â could Â serve Â about Â 100 Â homes Â and Â businesses Â in Â Shoreham. The Â MOU Â also Â states Â that Â Vermont Â Gas Â will Â provide Â up Â to Â $40,000 Â to Â convert Â municipal Â vehicles Â to Â natural Â gas, Â and Â that Â the Â company Â will, Â when Â
possible, Â hire Â and Â train Â local Â workers Â to Â construct Â the Â pipeline. It Â also Â sets Â a Â number Â of Â safety Â rules, Â such Â as Â the Â construction Â of Â a Â 7-Âfoot, Â barbed Â wire-Âtopped Â perimeter Â fence Â surrounding Â the Â gate Â station. Â The Â company Â also Â promises Â to Â notify Â residents Â within Â 1,000 Â feet Â of Â a Â con-Â struction Â site Â a Â week Â before Â construc-Â tion Â begins. Â Vermont Â Gas Â will Â also Â inspect Â the Â outside Â of Â the Â pipeline Â every Â two Â years, Â and Â the Â inside Â of Â the Â pipeline, Â using Â a Â specialized Â device, Â every Â seven Â years. Though Â every Â member Â of Â the Â se-Â lectboard Â signed Â the Â MOU, Â the Â project Â remains Â controversial Â in Â Shoreham. Â On Â Town Â Meeting Â Day, Â residents Â vot-Â ed Â 66-Â38 Â against Â the Â pipeline. Phase Â II Â of Â the Â project Â would Â run Â from Â Middlebury Â through Â the Â towns Â of Â Cornwall Â and Â Shoreham Â before Â crossing Â Lake Â Champlain Â and Â ter-Â minating Â at Â the Â International Â Paper Â mill Â in Â Ticonderoga. Â It Â has Â not Â yet Â been Â approved Â by Â the Â Public Â Service Â Board.
ACTR Â bus Â drivers Â narrowly Â turn Â down Â union MIDDLEBURY Â â€” Â Addison Â County Â Transit Â Resources Â bus Â drivers Â on Â June Â 11 Â voted Â 9-Â8 Â against Â union-Â izing Â through Â Teamsters Â Local Â 597. Nadine Â Barnicle, Â community Â re-Â lations Â manager Â for Â ACTR, Â said Â the Â
organization Â is Â committed Â to Â working Â with Â the Â drivers Â to Â resolve Â any Â issues Â that Â prompted Â them Â to Â take Â a Â union Â vote. Âł:HÂśUHUHDOO\FRQÂżGHQWZHFDQDOO work Â together,â€? Â Barnicle Â said.
Teamsters Â Local Â 597 Â spokesman Â Tony Â St. Â Hilaire Â did Â not Â immediately Â return Â a Â phone Â call Â seeking Â comment. Jim Â Moulton, Â executive Â director Â of Â ACTR, Â was Â not Â available Â for Â com-Â ment. GIRLS Â AT Â THE Â SOLA Â School Â of Â Leadership Â in Â Kabul, Â Afghanistan, Â make Â a Â presentation Â on Â outdoor Â sports Â at Â their Â school. Â
Local woman brings word from Afghanistan Kerr to share her experiences on June 25 By Â WEYLAND Â JOYNER FERRISBURGH Â â€” Â When Â people Â asked Â about Â her Â health Â last Â week, Â Ferrisburgh Â resident Â Mary Â Kerr Â told Â them Â she Â had Â â€œKabul Â cough.â€? Â The Â condition, Â she Â explained, Â re-Â sults Â from Â a Â mixture Â of Â air Â pollution Â from Â cars Â and Â truck Â exhaust Â and Â dust Â kicked Â up Â in Â the Â dry Â areas Â in Â the Â Af-Â ghan Â capital. Â Kerr Â just Â returned Â from Â seven Â weeks Â teaching Â at Â a Â special Â boarding Â school Â for Â girls Â there. Â Kerr Â will Â present Â a Â slideshow Â and Â give Â a Â talk Â on Â her Â experience Â in Â Af-Â ghanistan Â this Â Wednesday, Â June Â 25, Â at Â the Â Ilsley Â Public Â Libraryâ€™s Â Com-Â munity Â Room Â from Â 5-Â6:30 Â p.m. Kerr Â taught Â at Â the Â School Â of Â Lead-Â ership, Â Afghanistan Â â€” Â known Â as Â SOLA Â â€” Â from Â April Â to Â June. Â SOLA Â was Â founded Â in Â 2008 Â by Â Ted Â Achil-Â les, Â an Â American, Â and Â Shabana Â Ba-Â sij-ÂRasikh, Â a Â native Â of Â Kabul Â who Â attended Â Middlebury Â College, Â as Â a Â safe Â place Â to Â teach Â Afghan Â girls. Â When Â SOLA Â was Â founded Â in Â 2008, Â there Â were Â four Â students. Â The Â school Â has Â since Â grown Â to Â include Â 32 Â stu-Â dents. Â Girls Â age Â 12 Â to Â 19, Â nominated Â for Â their Â exceptional Â academic Â ability, Â board Â at Â SOLA. Â In Â some Â ways Â it Â is Â a Â traditional Â school Â with Â science Â and Â other Â classes, Â but Â the Â environment Â at Â
SOLA Â stresses Â leadership Â and Â em-Â powerment, Â and Â emphasizes Â speak-Â ing, Â reading Â and Â writing Â English. Â The Â goal Â at Â SOLA Â is Â to Â place Â stu-Â dents Â in Â international Â high Â schools Â and Â colleges, Â so Â they Â can Â return Â to Â (See Â Kerr, Â Page Â 3)
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Addison Â Independent, Â Monday, Â June Â 23, Â 2014 Â â€” Â PAGE Â 3
ACSU Â in Â search Â of Â a Â new Â business Â manager By Â JOHN Â FLOWERS MIDDLEBURY Â â€” Â The Â Addi-Â son Â Central Â Supervisory Â Union Â is Â searching Â for Â a Â new Â business Â man-Â ager Â to Â replace Â Laura Â Nassau, Â who Â is Â leaving Â this Â summer Â to Â take Â a Â similar Â position Â with Â the Â Chittenden Â South Â Supervisory Â Union. Nassau Â provided Â some Â much Â needed Â stability Â to Â the Â business Â manager Â position Â when Â she Â joined Â the Â ACSU Â in Â February Â of Â 2012. Â Her Â immediate Â predecessor, Â Paula Â Van-Â
Minos, Â had Â just Â resigned Â after Â not Â reporting Â to Â work Â for Â several Â weeks Â while Â dealing Â with Â a Â family Â illness. Â VanMinosâ€™ Â predecessor Â was Â Sharon Â Stearns, Â who Â had Â resigned Â in Â May Â of Â 2011 Â after Â having Â been Â placed Â on Â administrative Â leave. Nassau Â explained Â she Â is Â leaving Â for Â reasons Â of Â geography. â€œ(The Â CSSU) Â is Â closer Â to Â home Â for Â me,â€? Â Nassau Â said. Â â€œThatâ€™s Â really Â the Â main Â issue Â for Â me.â€? Prior Â to Â joining Â the Â ACSU, Â Nas-Â
sau Â had Â been Â business Â manager Â of Â the Â Chittenden Â East Â Supervisory Â Union Â in Â Richmond. â€œIâ€™ve Â enjoyed Â my Â time Â here,â€? Â she Â said. Â â€œThis Â is Â a Â really Â solid Â school Â district, Â in Â terms Â of Â operations. Â There Â are Â a Â lot Â of Â great, Â talented Â people Â here, Â and Â Iâ€™m Â going Â to Â miss Â them.â€? She Â thanked Â her Â colleagues Â for Â making Â her Â feel Â welcome Â dur-Â ing Â her Â two-Âand-Âa-Âhalf Â years Â with Â the Â ACSU, Â a Â district Â that Â includes Â
erations, Â facility Â projects Â and Â special Â projects Â within Â the Â ACSU. An Â ACSU Â advertisement Â solic-Â iting Â applicants Â for Â the Â job Â lists Â a Â bachelorâ€™s Â degree Â in Â accounting Â or Â EXVLQHVVUHODWHG ÂżHOG UHOHYDQW Âż-Â nancial Â management Â experience, Â DQG NQRZOHGJH RI ÂżQDQFLDO VRIW-Â ZDUH DV DPRQJ WKH TXDOLÂżFDWLRQV candidates Â should Â possess. 'LVWULFWRIÂżFLDOVKRSHWRKDYHWKH SRVLWLRQÂżOOHGEHIRUHWKHVWDUWRIWKH next Â school Â year.
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Kerr Â (Continued Â from Â Page Â 2) Afghanistan Â and Â take Â positions Â of Â leadership Â in Â their Â native Â country. Kerr, Â 81, Â went Â to Â Afghanistan Â to Â volunteer Â as Â an Â English Â teacher Â at Â SOLA Â and Â to Â found Â the Â SOLA Â Sun, Â an Â English-Âlanguage Â student Â news-Â SDSHUWKDWLVSUREDEO\WKHÂżUVWRILWV kind Â in Â the Â country. Kerr Â arrived Â in Â Kabul Â on Â the Â heels Â of Â a Â contested Â national Â election. Â As Â a Â result, Â she Â reports, Â there Â was Â a Â sense Â of Â tension Â in Â the Â city. One Â day Â Kerr Â went Â to Â meet Â Nancy Â Hatch Â Dupree, Â the Â â€œgrandmother Â of Â Afghanistanâ€? Â who, Â along Â with Â her Â husband, Â renowned Â archaeologist Â Louis Â Dupree, Â traveled Â the Â country Â in Â a Â Land Â Rover Â compiling Â guide-Â books Â and Â discovering Â evidence Â of Â prehistoric Â settlements. â€œNancy Â said Â thereâ€™s Â only Â one Â place Â to Â go Â for Â lunch Â in Â Kabul Â â€” Â Chicken Â Street!â€? Â Chicken Â Street Â is Â a Â market Â dis-Â trict Â in Â the Â foreign Â sector Â of Â the Â city. Â Kerrâ€™s Â photographs Â of Â the Â place Â show Â vibrant Â storefronts Â with Â orien-Â tal Â rugs Â and Â exotic Â foods. Â However, Â because Â the Â area Â is Â highly Â public, Â Kerrâ€™s Â guards Â at Â SOLA Â warned Â her Â that Â it Â could Â be Â dangerous Â for Â an Â American. â€œI Â was Â told Â not Â to Â go,â€? Â Kerr Â re-Â counted. Â â€œThey Â said, Â if Â anything Â happens Â to Â you, Â youâ€™re Â on Â your Â own. Â $QG,ZDVÂżQHÂ´ The Â apparent Â intersection Â of Â beau-Â W\ DQG GDQJHU LQ .DEXO UHĂ€HFWV D centuries-Âold Â Western Â attitude Â about Â â€œThe Â East,â€? Â Kerr Â said. Â Itâ€™s Â an Â attitude Â she Â hopes Â to Â dispel. Kerrâ€™s Â interest Â in Â Afghanistan Â dates Â back Â to Â an Â undergraduate Â jour-Â nalism Â thesis Â she Â wrote Â at Â North-Â western Â University Â in Â the Â 1950s. Â She Â previously Â traveled Â to Â Afghanistan Â in Â 2006, Â and Â to Â Syria Â in Â 2010. Â â€œAfghanistan Â gets Â a Â bad Â rap Â in Â the Â Western Â media,â€? Â Kerr Â says. Â She Â mentions Â the Â slew Â of Â recent Â shoot-Â ings Â in Â the Â United Â States Â to Â make Â a Â comparison Â to Â Afghanistan. â€œWeâ€™re Â calling Â Afghanistan Â a Â vio-Â lent Â country. Â At Â least Â with Â the Â Tali-Â ban, Â you Â know Â where Â itâ€™s Â coming Â from,â€? Â she Â said. For Â Kerr, Â the Â situation Â in Â Afghani-Â stan Â looks Â hopeful. Â She Â said Â 60 Â per-Â cent Â of Â Afghanistanâ€™s Â population Â is Â 25 Â years Â old Â or Â younger. Â Primary Â school Â enrollment Â is Â up Â from Â only Â 800,000 Â in Â 2002, Â mainly Â boys, Â to Â 8 Â million Â today, Â more Â than Â a Â third Â girls, Â she Â says. Â
Middlebury Â Union Â middle Â and Â high Â schools Â and Â the Â elementary Â schools Â in Â Bridport, Â Cornwall, Â Salisbury, Â Shoreham, Â Middlebury, Â Ripton Â and Â Weybridge. â€œSheâ€™ll Â be Â missed, Â and Â really Â KHOSHG XV HVWDEOLVK VWURQJ ÂżVFDO management,â€? Â ACSU Â Superinten-Â dent Â Peter Â Burrows Â said Â of Â Nassau. The Â business Â manager Â assists Â in Â budgeting Â for Â district Â schools Â and Â supervises Â cash Â management, Â stu-Â dent Â transportation, Â food Â service Â op-Â
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MARY Â KERR Â DRINKS Â in Â a Â dramatic Â view Â of Â the Â ancient Â legendary Â Red Â City Â in Â the Â Bamyan Â Valley Â of Â Afghanistan Â with Â the Â peaks Â of Â Hindu Â Kush Â rising Â in Â the Â background. Â The Â white Â rock Â next Â to Â her Â signals Â recent Â land Â mine Â clearance.
SOLA Â has Â placed Â students Â at Â top-Â tier Â colleges Â in Â the Â United Â States Â including Â Tufts, Â Middlebury, Â Yale Â and Â Columbia Â Law Â School. Â Kerr Â said Â the Â parents Â of Â those Â girls Â are Â supportive. Â One Â mother Â told Â her Â daughter, Â â€œYouâ€™re Â going Â to Â be Â able Â to Â do Â what Â I Â couldnâ€™t,â€? Â according Â to Â Kerr. Â Â Despite Â the Â positive Â changes Â Kerr Â has Â noticed, Â the Â Taliban Â is Â a Â very Â real Â danger, Â even Â in Â Kabul. Â The Â exact Â location Â of Â SOLA Â is Â un-Â disclosed, Â and Â Kerr Â is Â unable Â to Â give Â away Â photos Â of Â the Â students. Â â€œSome Â of Â the Â girls Â are Â under Â death Â threats,â€? Â Kerr Â says. Kerr Â herself Â wore Â a Â tunic, Â a Â scarf Â and, Â often, Â dark Â glasses Â any Â time Â she Â was Â in Â public. Â The Â newspaper Â she Â helped Â start, Â the Â SOLA Â Sun, Â is Â restricted Â to Â circulation Â within Â the Â school Â because Â it Â contains Â photo-Â graphs Â and Â names Â of Â students. â€œPeople Â donâ€™t Â even Â know Â where Â SOLA Â is,â€? Â Kerr Â explains, Â â€œbecause Â
SOLA Â represents Â everything Â the Â Taliban Â is Â against.â€? Â But, Â she Â contin-Â ues, Â the Â threat Â of Â the Â Taliban Â should Â QRWXQGXO\LQĂ€XHQFHRXUSHUFHSWLRQ of Â what Â she Â sees Â as Â a Â fundamentally Â stable Â society. â€œMy Â friends Â at Â humanitarian Â or-Â ganizations Â in Â Kabul Â really Â donâ€™t Â think Â the Â Taliban Â threat Â is Â as Â bad Â as Â everyone Â thinks.â€? She Â smiles, Â pointing Â to Â a Â picture Â of Â the Â garden Â in Â SOLAâ€™s Â courtyard. Â %HKLQG WKH Ă€RZHUV ULVHV D IRRW concrete Â wall. â€œIn Â my Â writing Â as Â a Â journalist, Â Iâ€™ve Â always Â looked Â for Â warts Â â€Ś Â but Â when Â it Â comes Â to Â Afghanistan, Â I Â came Â away Â with Â roses.â€? Mary Â Kerr Â will Â give Â a Â slideshow Â and Â a Â talk Â on Â her Â experience Â in Â Ka-Â bul Â this Â Wednesday, Â at Â the Â Ilsley Â Public Â Library Â from Â 5-Â6:30 Â p.m. Â She Â will Â also Â teach Â a Â series Â of Â classes Â on Â humanitarian Â organizations Â and Â ad-Â venture Â travel Â for Â Elderly Â Services Â Inc. Â in Â November.
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Two Â differing Â views Â on Â U.S. Â military Â involvement Â in Â Iraq When Â former Â U.S. Â Secretary Â of Â State Â Condoleezza Â Rice Â delivered Â a Â speech Â at Â Norwich Â last Â Thursday, Â she Â stayed Â true Â to Â the Â tune Â played Â during Â 3UHVLGHQW*HRUJH:%XVKÂśV\HDUVLQRIÂżFHIURPWRÂ˛WKDWLWLV our Â duty Â and Â responsibility Â to Â act Â militarily, Â if Â necessary, Â to Â make Â the Â world Â a Â safer Â place Â and Â establish Â democracies Â when Â possible. As Â Iraq Â devolves Â into Â another Â military Â crisis, Â and Â Syria Â continues Â to Â be Â a Â bloodbath Â of Â Muslim-Âagainst-ÂMuslim, Â Riceâ€™s Â response Â to Â the Â latest Â crisis Â in Â Iraq Â is Â to Â send Â the Â troops Â back Â in. Â â€œYouâ€™ve Â got Â to Â knock Â them Â back,â€? Â Rice Â told Â the Â crowd Â of Â nearly Â 3,000 Â at Â Norwich Â University. Â â€œThe Â United Â States Â has Â to Â step Â up. Â Why? Â Thatâ€™s Â because Â we Â are Â the Â most Â powerful Â country Â in Â the Â world, Â the Â most Â powerful Â military, Â the Â most Â powerful Â economy. Â But Â also Â because Â we Â represent Â an Â idea, Â the Â idea Â that Â â€˜we Â the Â peopleâ€™ Â can Â be Â an Â inclu-Â sive Â concept.â€? Itâ€™s Â a Â nice Â theory, Â but Â itâ€™s Â disappointing Â Rice Â is Â in Â denial Â of Â the Â conse-Â quences Â of Â that Â very Â strategy Â in Â Iraq. Â Disposing Â Iraqâ€™s Â dictator Â Saddam Â Hus-Â sein Â and Â trying Â to Â put Â a Â democracy Â in Â its Â place Â did Â not Â work. Â Rather, Â Iraqis Â did Â not Â embrace Â Americaâ€™s Â presence, Â rejected Â democracy Â and Â now Â the Â coun-Â WU\LVRQWKHEULQNRIFLYLOZDUDJDLQZLWK,UDTLVÂżJKWLQJHDFKRWKHU That Â Rice Â would Â continue Â to Â espouse Â the Â very Â beliefs Â that Â got Â us Â into Â this Â SUREOHP LQ WKH ÂżUVW SODFH ZLWK D SULFH WDJ RI DERXW WULOOLRQ LV D WHOO-Â ing Â character Â of Â the Â political Â party Â she Â represents. Â Itâ€™s Â a Â belief Â that Â military Â PLJKW PDNHV ULJKW ,W LV DOVR D EHOLHI WKDW Ă€LHV LQ WKH IDFH RI UHFHQW UHDO-Â ity Â that Â strongly Â suggests Â the Â presence Â of Â power Â causes Â resentment, Â which Â breeds Â animosity Â toward Â the Â occupying Â power, Â and Â which Â rarely Â succeeds Â in Â establishing Â stable Â governments Â in Â nations Â which Â do Â not Â have Â a Â tradition Â of Â self-Ârule. Vermont-Âbased Â political Â columnist Â Haviland Â Smith, Â a Â retired Â CIA Â station Â chief Â who Â served Â in Â Europe Â and Â the Â Middle Â East Â and Â as Â chief Â of Â the Â counter-Â terrorism Â staff, Â sums Â up Â the Â lessons Â learned Â very Â differently: Â â€œMake Â no Â mistake Â about Â it, Â what Â we Â are Â watching Â in Â Iraq Â today Â is Â the Â GLUHFWUHVXOWRIRXULQYDVLRQRIWKDWFRXQWU\LQDQLQYDVLRQWKDWZDV conceived Â and Â carried Â out Â either Â because Â the Â Bush Â administration Â did Â not Â understand Â realities Â in Â that Â country Â and Â region, Â or Â because Â it Â chose Â to Â over-Â look Â them Â for Â its Â own Â political Â reasons. â€œEither Â way, Â uninformed Â or Â arrogant, Â the Â result Â we Â are Â watching Â today Â was Â a Â foregone Â conclusion Â from Â the Â start. â€œThe Â net Â effect Â was Â that Â we Â liberated Â Iraqâ€™s Â inherent Â violence. â€œIraq, Â like Â so Â many Â other Â countries Â that Â languished Â under Â the Â boot Â of Â Eu-Â URSHDQLPSHULDOLVPLQWKHWKDQGWKFHQWXULHVZDVQHYHUDUHDOFRXQWU\ In Â fact, Â Iraq, Â with Â its Â populations Â of Â Kurds, Â Shiites Â and Â Sunnis Â jammed Â into Â one Â country Â without Â their Â consent, Â is Â about Â as Â hopeless Â a Â choice Â for Â a Â coun-Â try Â as Â exists Â anywhere. Â Over Â the Â centuries, Â since Â 6,000 Â B.C., Â what Â is Â now Â FDOOHG,UDTKDVEHHQDSDUWRIHPSLUHVPRVWRIWKHPIRUHLJQ Âł6LQFHZKHQLWVPRGHUQERXQGDULHVZHUHHVWDEOLVKHG,UDTKDVEHHQ UXOHG E\ WKH %ULWLVK (PSLUH E\ LWV RZQ PRQDUFK\ DQG WKHQ IURP E\WKH%DDWK3DUW\GLFWDWRUVKLSXQGHU6DGGDP+XVVHLQ)URP XQWLOWKH8QLWHG6WDWHVZDVWKHHIIHFWLYHUXOHURI,UDTWKURXJKRXURZQ military Â establishment. Âł,UDTLV KDYH YLUWXDOO\ QR H[SHULHQFH ZLWK VHOIUXOH )RU URXJKO\ years, Â they Â have Â been Â ruled Â by Â their Â own Â monarchies Â and Â dictators Â or Â by Â foreigners. Â That Â might Â be Â hopeful Â if Â they Â shared Â any Â real Â harmony Â in Â their Â ethnic Â and Â religious Â makeup Â with Â their Â Muslim Â neighbors. Â But Â they Â do Â not... Â Iraq Â is Â a Â â€œcountryâ€? Â at Â war Â with Â itself. Â Its Â diverse Â residents Â have Â long Â been Â waiting Â for Â the Â opportunity Â to Â unify Â into Â independent Â Kurd, Â Shia Â and Â Sunni Â groups. Â It Â is Â an Â almost Â perfect Â candidate Â for Â partition Â and Â reassembly Â into Â three Â or Â more Â parts. Â The Â problem Â clearly Â is Â that Â they Â all Â want Â to Â rule, Â and Â none Â of Â them Â wants Â to Â be Â ruled Â â€” Â the Â perfect Â circumstances Â for Â the Â creation Â of Â new Â countries Â in Â what Â was Â Iraq. â€œIt Â is Â unreasonable Â to Â believe Â there Â is Â a Â future Â for Â self-Âgovernment Â in Â a Â single Â Iraq. Â The Â extraordinary Â current Â performance Â of Â the Â Iraq Â army Â in Â de-Â serting Â en Â toto Â in Â the Â face Â of Â a Â vastly Â inferior Â attacking Â force Â tells Â the Â story, Â the Â outcome Â and Â the Â future. Â The Â Sunni Â private Â will Â not Â take Â orders Â from Â the Â Shia Â lieutenant. â€œThere Â will Â be Â no Â peace Â between Â these Â Iraqi Â factions Â until Â all Â of Â them Â can Â get Â some Â sort Â of Â satisfaction Â â€” Â most Â probably Â in Â the Â partition Â of Â the Â â€œcoun-Â try.â€? Â Any Â attempt Â by Â any Â entity, Â particularly Â one Â that Â is Â not Â indigenous Â to Â the Â UHJLRQVXFKDVWKH8QLWHG6WDWHVWRWKZDUWRULQĂ€XHQFHVXFKDQRXWFRPH by Â force, Â is Â only Â going Â to Â make Â the Â situation Â longer Â lasting Â and Â worse Â than Â it Â already Â is. Âł,IWKHUHHYHUZDVDÂżJKWWKDWZDVQÂśWRXUVWKLVLVLWHYHQWKRXJKRXULQYD-Â sion Â started Â it.â€? Angelo Â Lynn
In Â the Â alley THE Â ST. Â STEPHENâ€™S Â Church Â steeple Â in Â Middlebury Â rises Â up Â behind Â the Â former Â Green Â Mountain Â Shoe Â and Â Apparel Â building Â along Â Printerâ€™s Â Alley Â while Â the Â evening Â sun Â casts Â a Â long Â shadow Â of Â a Â power Â pole Â last Â Thursday. Â The Â metal-Âsided Â building Â is Â scheduled Â for Â demolition Â later Â this Â year. Independent Â photo/Trent Â Campbell
Letters to the Editor Plentiful Â energy Â aids Â economy Â and Â bumps Â land Â values About Â the Â Vermont Â Gas Â pipeline Â and Â the Â dreaded Â â€œFâ€? Â word Â â€” Â fracking: 1. Â Fracking Widely Â criticized Â â€œfrackingâ€? Â to Â increase Â oil Â and Â gas Â production Â is Â used Â worldwide. Â Its Â use Â in Â the Â U.S. Â has Â allowed Â our Â domestic Â production Â of Â oil Â to Â increase Â to Â where Â it Â accounts Â for Â about Â 50 Â percent Â of Â our Â needs. Fracking, Â like Â any Â exploration Â or Â mining Â operation, Â can Â be Â done Â in Â a Â manner Â that Â minimizes Â the Â environmental Â impact. Â To Â assure Â that Â this Â is Â done Â requires Â strong Â
environmental Â oversight. Â This Â in Â turn Â requires Â a Â strong Â government Â with Â a Â concerned Â citizenry. Â The Â U.S. Â and Â Canada Â and Â most Â of Â Europe Â meet Â these Â criteria. Â The Â other Â 50 Â percent Â of Â our Â oil Â comes Â from Â countries Â like Â Venezuela, Â Nigeria Â and Â the Â Middle Â East Â that Â have Â little Â regard Â for Â the Â environ-Â ment Â and Â cannot Â even Â provide Â their Â people Â with Â basic Â human Â rights. Â To Â make Â matters Â worse Â most Â of Â them Â despise Â us. Â The Â next Â time Â you Â buy Â gasoline Â or Â fuel Â oil, Â remember Â that Â one-Âhalf Â of Â your Â money Â may Â go Â to Â support Â
fracking Â and Â the Â other Â half Â goes Â to Â support Â the Â enemy. It Â is Â true Â that Â Vermont Â Gas Â comes Â from Â Canada Â and Â some Â of Â our Â money Â goes Â there. Â Thirty Â percent Â of Â our Â electricity Â comes Â from Â Hydro Â Quebec Â and Â is Â much Â touted Â as Â part Â of Â Vermontâ€™s Â renew-Â able Â energy Â portfolio. Â Is Â paying Â our Â good Â friends Â to Â the Â north Â for Â natural Â gas Â any Â different Â than Â pay-Â ing Â for Â electricity? 2. Â Renewable Â energy Everyone Â wants Â more Â renew-Â able Â energy: Â wind Â power, Â hydro-Â (See Â Letter, Â Page Â 5)
Addison Â Independent, Â Monday, Â June Â 23, Â 2014 Â â€” Â PAGE Â 5
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Letters to the Editor Alienation Â can Â lead Â to Â suffering Â and Â great Â tragedy Elliot Â Rodger Â was Â involved Â in Â therapy Â relationships Â (not Â neces-Â sarily Â therapeutic) Â for Â 14 Â of Â his Â 22 Â years, Â and Â though Â practitioners Â of Â this Â gentle Â art Â of Â psychotherapy Â are Â varied Â in Â the Â traits Â and Â talents Â they Â possess, Â he Â seems Â to Â have Â been Â lost Â to Â those Â with Â whom Â he Â worked, Â and Â however Â devastating Â this Â is Â to Â his Â parents, Â at Â some Â level Â of Â intimacy Â they Â too Â may Â have Â been Â lost Â to Â him.
The Â gun Â issue Â will Â be Â empha-Â sized, Â and Â rightly Â so Â because Â a Â solu-Â tion Â must Â be Â hammered Â out Â with Â both Â sides Â represented Â at Â the Â table Â of Â discussion, Â but Â the Â deeper Â and Â more Â compelling Â issue Â and Â concern Â is Â the Â alienation Â we Â feel Â as Â individ-Â uals. Â We Â are Â less Â and Â less Â connected Â to Â each Â other Â even Â as Â or Â because Â we Â are Â technologically Â more Â connected Â with Â one Â another. Â We Â can Â make Â the Â distant Â close Â but Â in Â so Â doing Â are Â we Â
making Â the Â close Â distant? Â I Â believe Â we Â are. These Â tragedies Â will Â continue Â XQWLOZHÂżQGRXUZD\LQWRKHDO-Â ing Â â€” Â alienation Â from Â others Â is Â devastating Â to Â the Â marginalized, Â and, Â as Â we Â too Â frequently Â see, Â can Â EHKRUULÂżFDQGGHYDVWDWLQJWRWKH public Â as Â well. Roger Â Marum North Â Ferrisburgh
This Â Canadian Â pipeline Â will Â do Â us Â no Â good And Â would Â set Â us Â back Â greatly Â from Â where Â we Â once Â stood A Â progressive Â state, Â â€œthe Â little Â engine Â that Â couldâ€? We Â want Â to Â save Â our Â land Â from Â the Â corporate Â hood! So Â Public Â Service Â Board, Â please Â listen Â to Â us Â now Â â€” Weâ€™re Â offering Â our Â wisdom, Â comment Â and Â know Â how! Climate Â change Â is Â real, Â we Â must Â deal Â with Â it Â right Â now Donâ€™t Â disregard Â us Â by Â giving Â Shumlin Â a Â bow! A Â Haiku Â for Â you, Â PSB Public Â Service Â Board Please Â save Â our Â Land Â and Â The Â Lake <RX'HFLGHRXU)DWH
Letter Â (Continued Â from Â Page Â 4) power Â and Â solar. Â This Â is Â a Â wonder-Â ful Â goal, Â but Â not Â easily Â obtained Â and Â has Â its Â own Â environmental Â problems. Â Wind Â power Â and Â solar Â power Â are Â heavily Â subsidized Â with Â your Â tax Â dollars. Â Wind Â power Â installation Â often Â results Â in Â exten-Â sive Â damage Â to Â the Â environment Â with Â the Â construction Â of Â mountain Â top Â roads Â and Â transmission Â lines. Â The Â manufacture Â of Â solar Â panels Â requires Â large Â amounts Â of Â electri-Â FDOHQHUJ\DQGVLJQLÂżFDQWXVHRI chemicals. Â As Â a Â result Â most Â solar Â panels Â are Â manufactured Â in Â China Â ZKHUHFKHDSFRDOÂżUHGHOHFWULFLW\ and Â lax Â environmental Â regulations Â reduce Â costs. Hydropower Â is Â one Â of Â our Â oldest Â proven Â economical Â sources Â of Â renewable Â energy Â and Â is Â widely Â used. Â Its Â environmental Â impact Â is Â moderate Â providing Â you Â are Â not Â a Â salmon, Â Native Â American Â or Â a Â caribou. Â The Â attractive Â nature Â of Â hydropower Â is Â that Â within Â limits Â it Â is Â there Â when Â you Â need Â it. Wind Â and Â solar Â power Â are Â intermittent Â sources Â of Â power. Â Solar Â only Â works Â when Â the Â sun Â shines. Â Wind Â power Â is Â subject Â to Â the Â variability Â of Â the Â wind, Â which Â makes Â its Â introduction Â to Â WKHHOHFWULFSRZHUJULGGLIÂżFXOW To Â compensate Â for Â the Â unpredict-Â ability Â of Â wind Â and Â solar, Â power Â companies Â are Â turning Â to Â the Â use Â of Â gas Â turbine Â generators, Â which Â can Â be Â quickly Â brought Â on Â line Â when Â needed. Â These Â turbines Â burn, Â you Â guessed Â it, Â natural Â gas. Â Increasing Â use Â of Â wind Â and Â solar Â may Â actually Â increase Â the Â burning Â of Â natural Â gas. 2QHRIWKHEHQHÂżWVRIQDWX-Â ral Â gas Â is Â that Â it Â burns Â cleanly Â and Â easily Â meets Â environmental Â regulations. Â Unfortunately Â when Â natural Â gas Â is Â used Â to Â generate Â electricity Â in Â a Â turbine, Â the Â laws Â of Â thermodynamics Â limit Â its Â thermal Â HIÂżFLHQF\WRDERXWSHUFHQW whereas Â natural Â gas Â burned Â in Â a Â home Â or Â industrial Â furnace Â to Â supply Â heat Â easily Â gives Â a Â thermal Â HIÂżFLHQF\RISHUFHQW,QP\ opinion, Â burning Â gas Â to Â generate Â peak Â demand Â electricity Â is Â a Â waste Â of Â a Â valuable Â natural Â resource. 3. Â Heat Â and Â the Â Vermont Â economy
Governors Â come Â and Â onto Â â€œDCâ€? Â they Â may Â go ,QĂ€XHQFHGE\PRQH\IURPWKRVHZKRKHOSWKHPÂłJURZÂ´ But Â like Â invasive Â species, Â the Â seeds Â they Â can Â sow Â â€” May Â alter Â landscapes Â in Â ways Â we Â donâ€™t Â want Â to Â know! Contamination Â of Â water, Â land, Â communities, are Â often Â part Â and Â parcel Â when Â power Â is Â seized. When Â corporate Â money Â reigns Â over Â the Â powers Â that Â be, Governors Â can Â forget Â their Â wise Â constituency!
Vermont Â industries Â require Â a Â lot Â of Â energy Â for Â heat. Â Not Â only Â to Â heat Â the Â buildings Â they Â occupy Â but Â for Â their Â manufacturing Â processes. Â Brick Â making, Â cheese Â making, Â brewing, Â chocolate Â making, Â paper Â making, Â casting Â foundries Â are Â a Â few Â examples. Â These Â industries Â are Â vital Â to Â the Â stateâ€™s Â economy Â and Â provide Â good Â paying Â jobs. Â Natural Â gas Â is Â the Â ideal Â energy Â source Â for Â this Â use. Â It Â burns Â with Â KLJKHIÂżFLHQF\LVYHUVDWLOHDQG clean Â and Â competitively Â priced. Â Homes Â in Â higher Â density Â housing Â areas Â near Â gas Â lines Â may Â also Â ben-Â HÂżWIURPWKLVKHDWVRXUFH7KRVH Vermonters Â that Â live Â in Â rural Â areas Â unfortunately Â are Â stuck Â with Â wood, Â oil Â or Â propane. 4. Â Safety The Â transportation Â of Â any Â fuel Â has Â hazards Â associated Â with Â it. Â Tank Â trucks Â go Â off Â the Â road, Â railroad Â trains Â derail. Â Pipelines Â do Â fail Â but Â the Â incidents Â are Â rare Â com-Â pared Â to Â other Â forms Â of Â transpor-Â tation. Â If Â the Â residents Â of Â Addison Â County Â want Â a Â cause Â to Â pursue, Â they Â should Â examine Â the Â potential Â for Â environmental Â disaster Â to Â Lake Â &KDPSODLQIURPWKHFUXGHRLO tank Â cars Â per Â day Â that Â trundle Â lit-Â erally Â down Â the Â shoreline Â of Â Lake Â Champlain. Â Not Â only Â a Â dangerous Â situation Â (remember Â Lac Â Megan-Â tic Â in Â Quebec) Â but Â an Â environmen-Â tal Â disaster Â waiting Â to Â happen: Â The Â inadvertent Â dumping Â of Â thousands Â of Â gallons Â of Â crude Â oil Â in Â Lake Â Champlain Â would Â dwarf Â any Â envi-Â ronmental Â disaster Â that Â a Â pipeline Â carrying Â methane Â under Â the Â lake Â could Â possibly Â produce. Â 5. Â Property Â values The Â installation Â of Â highways, Â power Â lines, Â pipelines, Â wind Â turbines Â and Â solar Â arrays Â can Â and Â will Â affect Â property Â values. Â Determining Â the Â effect Â is Â highly Â subjective. Â In Â the Â case Â of Â a Â Ver-Â mont Â gas Â pipeline, Â however, Â we Â do Â have Â some Â history Â to Â look Â back Â RQ,QWKHPLGVWKH)UDQNOLQ County Â Regional Â Planning Â and Â Development Â Commission Â was Â tasked Â with Â producing Â a Â Regional Â Development Â Plan. Â At Â the Â same Â time Â Vermont Â Gas Â was Â installing Â WKHLUJDVSLSHOLQHWKURXJK)UDQN-Â lin Â County Â to Â Burlington. Â The Â installation Â of Â the Â pipeline Â was Â for Â
the Â most Â part Â a Â â€œnon Â event.â€? It Â was Â a Â non Â event Â for Â a Â number Â RIUHDVRQV)UDQNOLQ&RXQW\DW the Â time Â was Â rural, Â agricultural Â and Â the Â economy Â was Â severely Â GHSUHVVHG,QWHUVWDWH,KDG just Â been Â completed Â to Â the Â border Â with Â Canada Â a Â few Â years Â before Â and Â was Â a Â much Â more Â contentious Â project Â than Â a Â little Â pipeline. Â Own-Â ers Â of Â the Â land Â the Â pipeline Â passed Â through Â were Â generally Â pleased Â with Â the Â compensation Â allowed Â by Â Vermont Â Gas Â and Â few Â complained. I Â am Â embarrassed Â to Â say Â that Â the Â planning Â commission Â barely Â considered Â the Â pipeline Â in Â our Â Re-Â gional Â Plan. Â Why? Â Because Â those Â were Â the Â days Â of Â cheap Â energy. Â Gasoline Â was Â inexpensive Â and Â home Â heating Â oil Â was Â as Â I Â remem-Â EHUDERXWFHQWVSHUJDOORQDQG people Â building Â new Â homes Â were Â installing Â electric Â heat. Â Unfor-Â tunately, Â those Â days Â are Â past. Â 7KHIROORZLQJSOXV\HDUVVDZ energy Â costs Â skyrocket Â and Â at Â the Â same Â time Â industries Â started Â PRYLQJLQWR)UDQNOLQ&RXQW\ÂśV industrial Â parks, Â most Â of Â them, Â taking Â advantage Â of Â natural Â gas. Â 7KHHFRQRP\RI)UDQNOLQ&RXQW\ improved Â dramatically Â and Â it Â now Â has Â one Â of Â the Â lowest Â unemploy-Â ment Â rates Â in Â the Â state. So Â what Â happened Â to Â land Â values? Â Overall Â they Â went Â up Â with Â the Â economy. Â Individually Â of Â course Â there Â were Â variations. Â Where Â the Â pipeline Â went Â through Â IDUPHUVÂśFRUQÂżHOGVDQGKD\-Â ÂżHOGVZKLFKDUHVWLOOFRUQÂżHOGV DQGKD\ÂżHOGVWKHEHQHÂżWWRWKH landowner Â aside Â from Â the Â original Â compensation Â was Â just Â the Â gen-Â HUDOLQFUHDVHLQODQGYDOXHV)RU some Â landowners Â that Â were Â lucky Â enough Â to Â own Â land Â suitable Â for Â development, Â proximity Â to Â natural Â gas Â increased Â property Â values Â VLJQLÂżFDQWO\ Will Â land Â values Â change Â in Â Addison Â County Â as Â a Â result Â of Â the Â gas Â line? Â No Â one Â can Â really Â say Â for Â sure. Â Short-Âterm Â land Â values Â probably Â wonâ€™t Â change Â much. Â In Â the Â long Â term Â all Â we Â can Â say, Â based Â on Â previous Â experience, Â is Â that Â a Â good Â economy Â increases Â land Â values. William Â A. Â Mraz Middlebury
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Elinor Pike, 101, Pittsford PITTSFORD/MIDDLEBURY Â â€” Â Elinor Â Willard Â Pike, Â 101, Â a Â lifelong Â summer Â resident Â and Â longtime Â resi-Â dent Â of Â Pittsford, Â died Â Wednesday, Â June Â 18, Â 2014, Â at Â the Â Lodge Â at Â Otter Â Creek, Â Middlebury, Â where Â she Â had Â resided Â for Â the Â past Â two Â and Â a Â half Â years. Â Born Â in Â Boston, Â Mass., Â Jan. Â 24, Â 1913, Â she Â was Â the Â daughter Â of Â the Â late Â Harrington Â and Â Margaret Â (Willard) Â Pike. Â Â She Â was Â a Â graduate Â of Â Brookline Â High Â School, Â Brookline, Â Mass., Â and Â BouvĂŠ Â Boston Â School Â of Â Physical Â Education, Â class Â of Â 1933, Â now Â a Â part Â of Â Northeastern Â University. Â Â She Â began Â her Â teaching Â career Â at Â Science Â Hill, Â a Â highly Â respected Â college Â preparatory Â school Â for Â girls, Â located Â in Â Shelbyville, Â Ky. Â In Â her Â words, Â â€œI Â felt Â a Â need Â to Â be Â near Â family Â so Â I Â took Â a Â teaching Â position Â at Â Bancroft Â School Â in Â Worcester, Â Mass., Â for Â what Â I Â thought Â would Â be Â a Â year Â or Â two. Â Forty-Âthree Â years Â later Â I Â retired Â from Â Bancroft.â€? Â During Â her Â teaching Â years Â she Â held Â various Â positions Â at Â Bancroft Â and, Â according Â to Â her Â family, Â made Â many Â lifelong Â friends Â among Â students, Â parents Â and Â faculty. She Â did Â extensive Â world Â travels Â during Â her Â teaching Â years. Â Her Â rela-Â tives Â say Â she Â was Â an Â accomplished Â EURRNWURXWÂżVKHUZRPDQDQGHQMR\HG life Â in Â every Â situation. Â In Â retirement Â years Â she Â enjoyed Â volunteering Â at Â Rutland Â County Â Humane Â Society Â and Â McClure Â Library, Â playing Â bridge Â and Â Bingo. Â She Â was Â a Â former Â member Â of Â Pittsford Â Historical Â Society Â and Â a Â Â member Â of Â the Â former Â Pittsford Â Womanâ€™s Â Club. Â Â She Â is Â survived Â by Â several Â cous-Â ins, Â including Â Margaret Â â€œPeggyâ€? Â
Marjorie Little memorial service MIDDLEBURY Â â€” Â There Â will Â be Â a Â memorial Â for Â Marjorie Â Ann Â Little Â at Â Sanderson Â Funeral Â Home Â at Â 117 Â South Â Main Â St., Â Middlebury, Â on Â Friday, Â the Â 27th Â of Â June, Â between Â 5:30 Â PM Â and Â 8:30 Â PM Â ET. Â Burial Â Service Â will Â be Â
on Â Saturday Â the Â 28th Â of Â June Â at Â 11:30 Â AM Â ET, Â at Â the Â grave Â site Â at Â St. Â Petersâ€™ Â Cemetery Â in Â Vergennes, Â VT. There Â will Â be Â a Â celebration Â of Â Marjorie Â Littleâ€™s Â life Â after Â the Â burial, Â at Â the Â Addison Â County Â Eagles Â Club, Â
67 Â New Â Haven Â Road, Â Vergennes, Â VT, Â between Â 12 Â PM Â and Â 4PM Â ET. Â The Â IDPLO\UHTXHVWWKDWLQVWHDGRIĂ€RZHUV that Â donations Â go Â to Â the Â Helen Â Porter Â Healthcare Â and Â Rehabilitation Â Center Â in Â Middlebury, Â VT.
Land Â Trust Â honors Â two Â students
ELINOR Â W. Â PIKE Willard Â Armitage Â of Â Pittsford Â and Â her Â sons, Â Marie Â Willard Â Walton Â and Â her Â husband Â Clyde Â A. Â Walton Â of Â Pittsford, Â Richard Â Rand Â Willard Â and Â his Â wife Â Veronica Â of Â Somersworth, Â N.H., Â John Â Harrington Â Willard Â of Â Dover, Â N.H., Â and Â Barbara Â Hillsgrove Â of Â South Â Berwick, Â Maine. She Â was Â predeceased Â by Â her Â cousins;Íž Â and Â a Â teacher Â friend, Â Miss Â Katherine Â E. Â Vanarsdell Â of Â Mount Â Sterling, Â Ky. Â Â Relatives Â and Â friends Â were Â invited Â to Â call Â Friday, Â June Â 20, Â 2014, Â from Â 2-Â5 Â p.m. Â at Â Barnard Â Funeral Â Home, Â Pittsford. Â Private Â burial Â was Â at Â Evergreen Â Cemetery, Â Pittsford. Memorial Â donations Â may Â be Â made Â to Â Rutland Â County Â Humane Â Society, Â 739 Â Stevens Â Road, Â Pittsford, Â VT Â 05763.
Giacomina Roy graveside service RUTLAND Â â€” Â A Â graveside Â service Â Saturday, Â June Â 28, Â 2014, Â in Â West Â for Â Giacomina Â Marisa Â Roy, Â 85, Â who Â Barnet Â Cemetery Â in Â West Â Barnet, Â Vt. died Â Dec. Â 9, Â 2013, Â at Â her Â home Â in Â She Â was Â the Â mother Â of Â Charles Â H. Â Rutland, Â will Â be Â held Â at Â 11 Â a.m. Â on Â Roy Â Jr. Â of Â New Â Haven.
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ADDISON Â COUNTY Â â€” Â Two Â Addison Â County Â students Â were Â recently Â honored Â by Â the Â Vermont Â Land Â Trust Â for Â their Â exceptional Â commitment Â to Â land Â steward-Â ship Â in Â agriculture. Â Allen Â Karnatz, Â Champlain Â Valley Â regional Â direc-Â tor Â for Â the Â Vermont Â Land Â Trust, Â presented Â the Â award Â to Â Gabe Â Smits Â on Â May Â 30 Â and Â to Â Ethan Â Gevry Â on Â June Â 3. Smits Â graduated Â from Â Vergennes Â Union Â High Â School Â on Â June Â 6. Â His Â agricultural Â instructor, Â Bill Â Van Â De Â Weert, Â recommended Â him Â based Â on Â his Â commitment Â and Â involvement Â with Â all Â aspects Â of Â the Â day-Âto-Âday Â operations Â of Â his Â familyâ€™s Â dairy Â IDUP LQFOXGLQJ DQLPDO FDUH ÂżHOG work, Â and Â crop Â management. Â Smits Â has Â also Â raised Â his Â own Â beef Â herd. â€œGabeâ€™s Â ability Â to Â work Â hard Â and Â think Â through Â land Â management Â problems, Â and Â his Â remarkable Â work Â ethic Â will Â serve Â him Â well Â as Â he Â pursues Â work Â in Â the Â dairy Â industry,â€? Â Van Â De Â Weert Â said. Smits Â has Â been Â an Â active Â member Â in Â the Â Future Â Farmers Â of Â America Â (FFA), Â and Â has Â achieved Â individual Â success Â in Â various Â agricultural Â competitions. Â He Â has Â also Â taken Â an Â interest Â in Â learning Â about Â veterinary Â medicine. Â He Â plans Â to Â continue Â working Â in Â the Â dairy Â industry Â after Â graduation Â and Â hopes Â to Â be Â an Â owner Â of Â a Â dairy Â farm Â someday. Gevry Â is Â a Â recent Â graduate Â of Â the Â Patricia Â A. Â Hannaford Â Career Â Center. Â His Â agricultural Â and Â natural Â resources Â instructor, Â Cheryl Â Werner, Â recommended Â him Â for Â this Â award Â based Â on Â his Â active Â participation Â on Â his Â family Â farm Â raising Â beef Â cows Â and Â pigs, Â and Â growing Â hay Â and Â corn.
GABE Â SMITS, Â A Â 2014 Â graduate Â of Â Vergennes Â Union Â High Â School, Â accepts Â the Â Land Â Stewardship Â award Â from Â Al Â Karnatz Â of Â the Â Vermont Â Land Â Trust Â recently. Â Not Â pictured Â is Â Ethan Â Gevry, Â a Â recent Â graduate Â of Â the Â Patricia Â A. Â Hannaford Â Career Â Center, Â who Â also Â received Â the Â award.
Gevry Â plans Â to Â continue Â farming Â and Â pursue Â his Â interest Â in Â auctioneer-Â ing Â and Â selling Â farm Â equipment. Â Smits Â and Â Gevry Â are Â among Â eight Â outstanding Â students Â from Â around Â the Â state Â to Â be Â recognized Â by Â the Â land Â trust. Â They Â each Â received Â a Â $250 Â cash Â award Â that Â is Â not Â restricted Â and Â may Â be Â used Â towards Â education, Â equipment Â or Â materials. This Â is Â the Â ninth Â year Â that Â the Â Vermont Â Land Â Trust Â has Â been Â giving Â this Â award Â to Â students Â who Â have Â demonstrated Â an Â exceptional Â FRPPLWPHQWWRWKHÂżHOGVRIIRUHVWU\ or Â agriculture. Â The Â intention Â of Â the Â award Â is Â to Â acknowledge Â outstanding Â
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the Â Hathorne Â School, Â the Â Bristol Â Hub Â Teen Â Center, Â Boy Â Scout Â Troop Â 543, Â Lawrence Â Memorial Â Library, Â the Â Vergennes Â Fishing Â Derby, Â Otter Â Valley Â Union Â High Â School Â Project Â Graduation, Â Bridge Â School Â and Â Relay Â for Â Life Also, Â $1,500 Â to Â Elderly Â Services;Íž Â $775 Â to Â sports-Ârelated Â recipients Â including Â Green Â Mountain Â Magic, Â Friends Â of Â Vergennes Â Football Â and Â Middlebury Â Area Â Little Â League;Íž Â
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STEVE Â SMALL Â REHEARSES Â a Â scene Â from Â â€œCat Â on Â a Â Hot Â Tin Â Roofâ€? Â with Â Middlebury Â Actors Â Workshop Â last Â year.
Steve Â Small Â (Continued Â from Â Page Â 1) enriches Â the Â community. Â The Â prize Â goes Â to Â one Â Vermont Â artist Â whose Â work Â demonstrates Â a Â high Â level Â of Â artistic Â achievement Â and Â innova-Â tion;Íž Â whose Â creativity, Â drive Â and Â philosophy Â inspires Â other Â artists;Íž Â DQGZKRKDVKDGDEHQHÂżFHQWLQĂ€X-Â ence Â on Â the Â community. Steve Â Small Â grew Â up Â in Â Shore-Â ham Â on Â his Â familyâ€™s Â apple Â orchard. Â After Â graduating Â from Â Middlebury Â Union Â High Â School, Â where Â he Â stud-Â ied Â welding Â at Â the Â Patricia Â A. Â Han-Â naford Â Career Â Center, Â he Â went Â into Â the Â military Â before Â enrolling Â at Â the Â North Â Carolina Â School Â of Â the Â Arts. Â He Â spent Â the Â next Â few Â years Â act-Â ing Â and Â working Â in Â theater Â â€” Â on Â stage Â and Â behind Â the Â scenes Â â€” Â in Â New Â York Â City, Â then Â in Â Los Â Ange-Â les, Â where Â he Â met Â his Â wife, Â Shannon Â Bohler Â Small. He Â currently Â resides Â in Â Shoreham Â
with Â his Â wife, Â and Â two Â children, Â â€œEven Â with Â some Â kids Â he Â is Â a Â father Â Chenoah Â and Â Eamon. Â He Â has Â been Â ÂżJXUHRIVRUWV the Â director Â of Â the Â Addison Â Reper-Â â€œAt Â the Â same Â time, Â heâ€™s Â also Â no-Â tory Â Theater, Â commonly Â known Â as Â nonsense, Â very Â direct Â and Â kind,â€? Â A.R.T., Â at Â the Â Career Â Center Â in Â Mid-Â she Â added, Â â€œBut Â he Â doesnâ€™t Â pull Â any Â dlebury Â for Â 20 Â years. Â punches. Â You Â know Â where Â heâ€™s Â at.â€? After Â returning Â to Â Vermont, Â Lourie Â said Â Small Â knows Â â€œa Â tonâ€? Â Small Â became Â involved Â about Â theater Â tech, Â a Â key Â with Â the Â initial Â proposal Â â€œI love to component Â taught Â to Â for Â A.R.T., Â which, Â he Â A.R.T. Â students. Â At Â Mid-Â said, Â was Â originally Â in-Â watch a dlebury Â Actors Â Work-Â tended Â to Â be Â a Â program Â VWXGHQWĂ€QG shopâ€™s Â â€œSummer Â Shortsâ€? Â for Â â€œgifted Â and Â talentedâ€? Â a passion; production, Â which Â opens Â high Â school Â students. Â to help them Thursday Â at Â Town Â Hall Â Small Â advocated Â for Â a Â Theater, Â he Â will Â be Â work-Â more Â inclusive Â program, Â get to the ing Â with Â his Â daughter, Â whereby Â students Â with Â a Â point where Chenoah, Â on Â prosthetics Â true Â passion Â and Â interest Â what Iâ€™m that Â will Â tap Â one Â of Â his Â in Â theater Â could Â have Â the Â areas Â of Â expertise. teaching opportunity Â to Â hone Â their Â â€œHeâ€™s Â going Â to Â make Â a Â them skills. Â prosthetic Â hand Â that Â can Â â€œEverybodyâ€™s Â got Â gifts, Â becomes fall Â off Â a Â zombie,â€? Â Lourie Â everybodyâ€™s Â got Â talents,â€? Â their own.â€? said. he Â said. Â â€œIf Â you Â have Â Small Â spent Â many Â â€” Steve Small somebody Â that Â absolute-Â years Â at Â A.R.T. Â working Â ly Â wants Â to Â be Â there Â and Â with Â longtime Â English Â has Â their Â hand Â on Â the Â curtain Â rope Â and Â theater Â arts Â teacher Â Candace Â UHDG\WRSXOOLWÂżYHPLQXWHVEHIRUH Burkle. Â He Â described Â Burkle, Â who Â they Â need Â to Â be Â there, Â thatâ€™s Â some-Â died Â in Â 2011, Â as Â an Â invaluable Â role Â body Â who Â works.â€? model Â for Â him. In Â a Â 2005 Â interview Â in Â this Â news-Â â€œTheater Â is Â such Â a Â collaborative Â paper Â about Â his Â role Â as Â a Â teacher Â and Â art Â form, Â no Â one Â person Â is Â the Â star. Â actor, Â Small Â explained Â how Â he Â came Â That Â makes Â it Â a Â very Â interesting Â way Â to Â teaching to Â educate Â people, Â because Â they Â Âł, ORYH WR ZDWFK D VWXGHQW ÂżQG have Â to Â support Â each Â other,â€? Â Small Â a Â passion;Íž Â to Â help Â them Â get Â to Â the Â said. Â â€œCandace Â (Burkle) Â used Â to Â say Â point Â where Â what Â Iâ€™m Â teaching Â them Â that Â the Â most Â important Â person Â on Â becomes Â their Â own,â€? Â he Â said. Â stage Â is Â your Â partner, Â and Â if Â you Â put Â Melissa Â Lourie, Â artistic Â director Â your Â energy Â into Â your Â partner Â and Â of Â Middlebury Â Actors Â Workshop, Â your Â partner Â puts Â their Â energy Â into Â has Â known Â Small Â for Â 14 Â years, Â and Â you, Â you Â have Â something Â thatâ€™s Â re-Â directed Â him Â in Â many Â local Â produc-Â ally Â magical.â€? tions. Â She Â said Â she Â could Â see Â how Â According Â to Â Rood, Â Small Â puts Â his Â skills Â as Â an Â actor Â â€” Â â€œheâ€™s Â in-Â that Â sort Â of Â energy Â into Â his Â students Â credibly Â grounded Â and Â relaxed;Íž Â heâ€™s Â every Â day. a Â very Â deep-Âfeeling Â person Â and Â he Â â€œI Â was Â blown Â away Â by Â his Â incred-Â can Â just Â evolve Â and Â transform Â into Â a Â ible Â talent Â and Â ability Â to Â bring Â the Â different Â character Â in Â a Â natural Â wayâ€? Â best Â out Â of Â his Â students,â€? Â Rood Â re-Â STEVE Â SMALL, Â LEFT, Â rehearses Â â€” Â Â could Â translate Â into Â the Â class-Â called. Â â€œHe Â continues Â to Â show Â sup-Â with Â Middlebury Â Actors Â Workshop Â port Â to Â A.R.T. Â alumni Â after Â gradua-Â for Â the Â 2011 Â production Â of Â â€œOf Â room. Â â€œThe Â students Â adore Â him, Â and Â he Â tion.â€? Mice Â and Â Men.â€? ,QGHSHQGHQWÂżOHSKRWRV7UHQW&DPSEHOO is Â a Â mentor Â to Â many,â€? Â Lourie Â said. Â In Â the Â 2005 Â interview, Â Small Â ex-Â
plained Â why Â it Â was Â important Â for Â him Â as Â a Â teacher Â to Â also Â get Â on Â the Â stage Â and Â act. â€œThe Â best Â way Â to Â know Â if Â you Â KDYHDVNLOOLVÂżUVWWROHDUQLWWKHQ do Â it, Â then Â teach Â it, Â then Â do Â it,â€? Â he Â said. Â â€œTeaching Â shows Â you Â what Â you Â actually Â know. Â And Â teachers Â have Â to Â be Â willing Â to Â do Â what Â they Â ask Â their Â students Â to Â do. Â You Â have Â to Â put Â it Â on Â the Â line Â in Â front Â of Â an Â audience Â with Â all Â the Â commitment Â
you Â ask Â of Â your Â students. Â And Â it Â is Â uncomfortable. Â Itâ€™s Â supposed Â to Â be.â€? Small Â said Â last Â week Â that Â he Â was Â deeply Â honored Â and Â humbled Â to Â be Â WKHÂżUVWUHFLSLHQWRIWKH+HUE/RFN-Â wood Â Prize, Â describing Â it Â all Â as Â â€œmind-Âblowing.â€? Â â€œI Â hope Â that Â as Â they Â continue Â to Â do Â this,â€? Â Small Â concluded, Â â€œthat Â more Â and Â more Â people Â recognize Â the Â value Â of Â the Â arts Â in Â Vermont.â€?
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Senior Â luncheon Â in Â Middlebury. Â Tuesday, Â June Â 24, Â 11:30 Â a.m.-Â1:30 Â p.m., Â Russ Â Sholes Â Senior Â Center. Â CVAA Â sponsors Â a Â noon Â luncheon Â of Â roast Â pork Â cutlet Â with Â white Â sauce, Â beets, Â mashed Â potatoes, Â sourdough Â Italian Â bread, Â and Â carrot Â cake Â with Â cream Â cheese Â icing. Â Suggested Â donation Â $4. Â Please Â bring Â your Â own Â place Â setting. Â Reservations Â required: Â 1-Â800-Â642-Â5119, Â ext. Â 634. Â Free Â transporta-Â tion Â via Â ACTR: Â 388-Â1946. Â
â€œScience Â of Â Soundâ€? Â summer Â reading Â event Â in Â Orwell. Â Tuesday, Â June Â 24, Â 3-Â4 Â p.m., Â Orwell Â Free Â Library. Â Children Â of Â all Â ages Â are Â invited Â to Â experience Â sound Â like Â never Â before. Â Led Â by Â Rob Â Zollman. Â Audience Â participation Â event. Â Info: Â 948-Â2041. Â
â€œWeed Â and Â feedâ€? Â garden-Â ing Â get-Âtogether Â in Â Monkton. Â Wednesday, Â June Â 25, Â 9:30 Â a.m.-Â1 Â p.m., Â Willowell Â Foundation Â (Stoney Â Meadow Â
Lane Â and Â Bristol Â Road). Â Weekly Â summer Â gathering Â for Â all Â ages Â and Â levels Â of Â experience Â to Â lend Â a Â hand Â at Â the Â Willowell Â Foundationâ€™s Â teaching Â garden Â and Â farm, Â followed Â by Â a Â lunch Â of Â brick-Âoven Â pizza. Â Produce Â harvested Â goes Â to Â the Â Walden Â Project Â and Â local Â schools Â and Â food Â shelves. Â Check Â for Â weather-Âbased Â deci-Â sions: Â www.willowell.org Â or Â info@willowell. org. Â Youth Â story Â time Â in Â Shoreham. Â Wednesday, Â June Â 25, Â 1-Â2 Â p.m., Â Platt Â Memorial Â Library. Â Weekly Â story Â time Â for Â kids Â ages Â 6 Â and Â up. Â Runs Â through Â July Â 30. Â Info: Â 897-Â2647 Â or Â firstname.lastname@example.org. Â Experiment Â and Â Explore Â workshop Â for Â kids Â in Â Bristol. Â Wednesday, Â June Â 25, Â 2-Â4:30 Â p.m., Â Lawrence Â Memorial Â Library. Â A Â weekly Â summer Â workshop Â for Â kids Â 8 Â and Â older Â on Â topics Â includ-Â ing Â Bottle Â Rockets, Â Potions Â and Â More, Â Edible Â Concoctions, Â Toy Â Hacking. Â Info: Â 453-Â2665. Â Runs Â through Â July Â 30. Â Special Â dinner Â and Â a Â show Â for Â seniors Â in Â Bridport. Â Wednesday, Â June Â 25, Â 4-Â6 Â p.m., Â Bridport Â Grange. Â CVAA Â sponsors Â this Â meal Â catered Â by Â Rosieâ€™s Â Restaurant Â and Â the Â Grange. Â The Â ACHHH Â Wellspring Â Singers Â perform Â at Â 4 Â p.m., Â followed Â by Â a Â 5 Â p.m. Â meal Â of Â baked Â ham, Â scalloped Â potatoes, Â fruit Â salad Â and Â cook-Â ies. Â Suggested Â donation Â $5. Â Reservations Â required: Â 1-Â800-Â642-Â5119, Â ext. Â 615. Â School Â of Â Leadership Â Afghanistan Â presenta-Â tion Â in Â Middlebury. Â Wednesday, Â June Â 25, Â 5-Â6:30 Â p.m., Â Ilsley Â Library. Â Author Â and Â jour-Â nalist Â Mary Â Kerr, Â just Â back Â from Â two Â months Â LQ.DEXOD62/$$IJKDQLVWDQÂśVÂżUVWERDUGLQJ school Â for Â girls, Â will Â share Â stories Â and Â photos Â from Â the Â lives Â of Â the Â 30 Â young Â women Â study-Â ing Â and Â living Â there. Â Refreshments Â at Â 5 Â p.m. Â Mount Â Abe Â school Â tour Â and Â discussion Â in Â Bristol. Â Wednesday, Â June Â 25, Â 6-Â8:30 Â p.m., Â Mount Â Abraham Â Union Â High Â School. Â The Â facilities Â committee Â invites Â all Â members Â of Â WKH ÂżYHWRZQ FRPPXQLW\ WR WRXU WKH PLGGOH and Â high Â schools Â and Â engage Â in Â small-Âgroup Â discussion Â about Â the Â school Â and Â its Â needs. Â Irish Â music Â session Â in Â Bristol. Â Wednesday, Â June Â 25, Â 6:30-Â8 Â p.m., Â Recycled Â Reading Â of Â Vermont, Â 20 Â Main Â St. Â Bring Â your Â instrument Â and Â join Â in Â the Â jam Â or Â just Â come Â enjoy Â some Â lively Â Celtic Â music. Â Info: Â 453-Â5982. Â The Â Keating Â 5 Â in Â concert Â in Â Brandon. Â Wednesday, Â June Â 25, Â 6:30-Â8 Â p.m., Â Central Â Park. Â The Â Keating Â 5 Â play Â rock, Â reggae, Â blues, Â ska Â and Â funk. Â Info: Â 247-Â6401 Â or Â www. brandon.org. Â Part Â of Â Brandonâ€™s Â free Â summer Â concert Â series. Â â€œPorches Â of Â North Â Americaâ€? Â presentation Â in Â Addison. Â Wednesday, Â June Â 25, Â 7-Â8:15 Â p.m., Â Chimney Â Point Â State Â Historic Â Site. Â Historic Â preservationist Â and Â author Â Thomas Â Durant Â Visser Â presents Â an Â illustrated Â program Â on Â the Â history Â and Â architecture Â of Â porches Â in Â North Â America. Â Book Â signing Â and Â refresh-Â ments Â afterward Â on Â the Â Chimney Â Point Â porch. Â Cold Â climate Â heat Â pump Â presentation Â in Â Middlebury. Â Wednesday, Â June Â 25, Â 7-Â9 Â p.m., Â Ilsley Â Library. Â The Â Acorn Â Energy Â Co-Âop Â spon-Â sors Â this Â event. Â Learn Â how Â to Â save Â money Â on Â heating Â bills Â while Â reducing Â your Â dependence Â on Â fossil Â fuels. Â Q&A Â to Â follow. Â Light Â refresh-Â ments Â served. Â Info: Â 385-Â1911. Â
Dead Â funny HALEY Â RICE Â PLAYS Â a Â funeral Â director Â â€” Â here Â with Â Mr. Â Davis, Â a Â mourning Â zombie Â played Â by Â Leigh Â Guptill Â â€” Â in Â her Â own Â short Â play, Â â€œZombie Â Funeral.â€? Â Itâ€™s Â one Â of Â six Â hilari-Â ous Â â€œSummer Â Shortsâ€? Â to Â be Â staged Â by Â Middlebury Â Actorsâ€™ Â Workshop Â at Â Middleburyâ€™s Â Town Â Hall Â Theater Â June Â 26-Â28. Â
Preschool Â science Â story Â time Â in Â Bristol. Â Thursday, Â June Â 26, Â 10:30-Â11:30 Â a.m., Â Lawrence Â 0HPRULDO/LEUDU\7KHÂżUVWLQDZHHNO\VHULHV exploring Â the Â world Â in Â stories, Â movement Â and Â songs, Â with Â puppets Â and Â hands-Âon Â activi-Â ties. Â Siblings Â of Â all Â ages Â welcome. Â Themes Â include Â rockets, Â potions, Â edible Â concoctions, Â shadows, Â marble Â run, Â robots. Â Picnic Â lunch Â provided. Â Info: Â 453-Â2665. Â Strawberry Â festival Â in Â Shoreham. Â Thursday, Â June Â 26, Â 5-Â7 Â p.m., Â Shoreham Â Congregational Â Church. Â Strawberry Â shortcake, Â strawberry Â pie, Â strawberry Â sundaes, Â just Â plain Â straw-Â berries, Â ice Â cream, Â and Â more. Â Annual Â event Â sponsored Â by Â the Â Shoreham Â Congregational Â Church. Â
â€œAsk Â an Â Herbalistâ€? Â in Â Lincoln. Â Thursday, Â June Â 26, Â 5:30-Â7:30 Â p.m., Â Lincoln Â Library. Â Clinical Â herbalists Â Anna Â Blackwell Â and Â Emily Â French Â will Â hold Â 15-Âminute Â one-Âon-Âone Â consultations Â with Â people Â to Â answer Â their Â questions Â and Â provide Â personal Â herbal Â formulas. Â Info: Â www. sweetgrassherbals.com. Â Social Â responsibility Â business Â network-Â ing Â event Â in Â Bristol. Â Thursday, Â June Â 26, Â 5:30-Â7:30 Â p.m., Â Aqua Â Vitea, Â 74 Â Munsill Â Ave. Â Vermont Â Businesses Â for Â Social Â Responsibility Â invites Â forward-Âthinking Â business Â profession-Â als Â for Â an Â evening Â of Â networking. Â Learn Â about Â Aqua Â Viteaâ€™s Â socially Â responsible Â business Â model Â and Â taste Â the Â companyâ€™s Â kombucha. Â Free. Â Register Â at Â http://conta.ccRafYXy. Â Concert Â band Â rehearsal Â in Â Orwell. Â Thursday, Â June Â 26, Â 7-Â8:30 Â p.m., Â Orwell Â Village Â School Â band Â room. Â Musicians Â of Â all Â ages, Â abilities Â and Â instruments Â are Â invited Â to Â join Â in. Â Weekly Â concerts Â will Â take Â place Â Thursdays, Â July Â 3-Â31, Â on Â the Â Orwell Â village Â green. Â Info: Â www.face-Â book.com/OrwellTownBand. Â Historical Â society Â presentation Â in Â Salisbury. Â Thursday, Â June Â 26, Â 7-Â9 Â p.m., Â Salisbury Â Congregational Â Church. Â The Â Salisbury Â Historical Â Society Â welcomes Â Bill Â Powers Â and Â %ULDQ/LQGQHUZKRZLOOJLYHÂżUVWKDQGDFFRXQWV of Â the Â 1957 Â Army Â airplane Â that Â claimed Â four Â lives Â in Â Chittenden Â and Â its Â remarkable Â redis-Â covery Â over Â 50 Â years Â later. Â â€œSummer Â Shortsâ€? Â on Â stage Â in Â Middlebury. Â Thursday, Â June Â 26, Â 8-Â9:30 Â p.m., Â Town Â Hall Â Theater. Â Middlebury Â Actors Â Workshop Â pres-Â ents Â an Â evening Â of Â hilarious Â new Â short Â plays Â about Â love Â and Â life Â at Â its Â craziest. Â Runs Â June Â 26-Â29. Â Tickets Â $20, Â available Â at Â the Â THT Â box Â RIÂżFHRUZZZWRZQKDOOWKHDWHURUJ
Chamber Â of Â Commerce Â Scholarship Â Golf Â Tournament Â in Â Middlebury. Â Friday, Â June Â 27, Â 12-Â6 Â p.m., Â Ralph Â Myhre Â Golf Â Course, Â Middlebury Â College. Â Annual Â event. Â Noon Â shotgun Â start. Â Eighteen Â holes Â of Â play Â followed Â by Â BBQ Â and Â awards Â party. Â Skills Â events. Â Tournament Â funds Â scholarships Â to Â Hannaford Â Career Â Center Â students. Â Info: Â 388-Â7951 Â or Â www. addisoncounty.com. Â Senior Â luncheon Â in Â Middlebury. Â Friday, Â June Â 27, Â 12-Â2 Â p.m., Â Rosieâ€™s Â Restaurant. Â CVAA Â and Â Rosieâ€™s Â partner Â to Â offer Â a Â home-Âcooked Â PHDORIURDVWWXUNH\VWXIÂżQJPDVKHGSRWD-Â toes, Â peas Â and Â tapioca Â pudding. Â Suggested Â donation Â $5. Â Reservations Â required: Â 1-Â800-Â642-Â5119, Â ext. Â 615. Â 3RSVFRQFHUWDQGÂżUHZRUNVDW0LGGOHEXU\ College. Â Friday, Â June Â 27, Â 5:30-Â10 Â p.m., Â on Â the Â grounds Â behind Â the Â Mahaney Â Center Â for Â the Â Arts. Â The Â Henry Â Sheldon Â Museum Â welcomes Â the Â Vermont Â Philharmonic Â for Â LWV DQQXDO FRQFHUW DQG ÂżUHZRUNV GLVSOD\ Grounds Â open Â at Â 5:30 Â for Â picnicking, Â concert Â starts Â at Â 7:30. Â Adults Â $25 Â ($20 Â through Â June Â 22), Â youth Â $10, Â kids Â under Â 12 Â free. Â Tickets Â at Â the Â Sheldon Â Museum, Â 388-Â2117 Â or Â www.henrysheldonmuseum. org. Â Rain Â site: Â Nelson Â Arena. Â Table Â of Â Grace Â free Â meal Â in Â Vergennes. Â Friday, Â June Â 27, Â 5:30-Â6:30 Â p.m., Â Vergennes Â Congregational Â Church. Â Monthly Â dinner Â sponsored Â by Â the Â North Â Ferrisburgh Â United Â Methodist, Â St. Â Paulâ€™s Â Episcopal, Â Vergennes Â Congregational Â and Â St. Â Peterâ€™s Â churches. Â Free, Â but Â donations Â accepted. Â This Â monthâ€™s Â menu: Â cold Â turkey, Â salads, Â bread, Â dessert. Â â€œPentecostâ€? Â work-Âin-Âprogress Â showing Â at Â Middlebury Â College. Â Friday, Â June Â 27, Â 6-Â8 Â p.m., Â Mahaney Â Center Â for Â the Â Arts. Â The Â 0LGGOHEXU\ &ROOHJHDIÂżOLDWHG SURIHVVLRQDO theater Â company Â PTP/NYC Â hosts Â a Â public Â work-Âin-Âprogress Â showing Â of Â David Â Edgarâ€™s Â award-Âwinning Â play Â â€œPentecost.â€? Â Free. Â Info: Â 802-Â443-Â3168 Â or Â www.middlebury.edu/arts. Â â€œSummer Â Shortsâ€? Â on Â stage Â in Â Middlebury. Â Friday, Â June Â 27, Â 8-Â9:30 Â p.m., Â Town Â Hall Â Theater. Â Middlebury Â Actors Â Workshop Â presents Â an Â evening Â of Â hilarious Â new Â short Â plays Â about Â love Â and Â life Â at Â its Â craziest. Â Runs Â June Â 26-Â29. Â Tickets Â $20, Â available Â
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Blues on Friday THE BOB MCKENZIE Blues Band helps you “wine down” on Friday, June 27, from 6-8 p.m. at Lincoln Peak Vineyard in New Haven. &\FOH:LVHIRUD%%4PXVLFSUL]HVJDPHV DQG PRUH (QWUDQFH IHH LQFOXGHV IHVWLYLWLHVDQG7VKLUW%%4RQO\DGXOWV NLGV XQGHU %HQH¿WV +RPHZDUG %RXQG$GGLVRQ &RXQW\¶V +XPDQH 6RFLHW\ ,QIR ZZZKRPHZDUGERXQGDQLPDOVRUJ RU Green Mountain Bicycle Club ride across the Lake Champlain Bridge.6XQGD\-XQH DP SP PHHW DW 9HUJHQQHV 8QLRQ +LJK 6FKRRO HDVW SDUNLQJ ORW $ PRGHUDWH PLOH URXWH IURP 98+6 WR &URZQ 3RLQW DQG EDFN $ PLOH RSWLRQ PDNHVDORRSRQWKH1HZ<RUNVLGHWKURXJK 3RUW +HQU\ /HDGHUV -RKQ %HUWHOVHQ DQG .DUOD)HUUHOOL Abenaki Heritage Weekend in Ferrisburgh. 6XQGD\ -XQH DP SP /DNH &KDPSODLQ 0DULWLPH 0XVHXP 0HPEHUV RI DUHD$EHQDNLWULEHVJLYHYLVLWRUVDQ$EHQDNL SHUVSHFWLYHRQOLIHLQWKH&KDPSODLQ9DOOH\ ZLWK GHPRQVWUDWLRQV RI EHDGZRUN GDQF LQJTXLOOZRUNVWRU\WHOOLQJSRWWHU\EDVNHWU\ DQG PRUH 3DUWLFLSDWLRQ LQFOXGHG ZLWK GDLO\ PXVHXP DGPLVVLRQ RU DQQXDO PHPEHUVKLS ,QIRZZZOFPPRUJRU VSO Brass Quintet in Rochester. 6XQGD\ -XQHSP5RFKHVWHUYLOODJHJUHHQ &HOHEUDWLQJ 5&06¶ WK VXPPHU VHDVRQ 5DLQ ORFDWLRQ 3LHUFH +DOO &RPPXQLW\ &HQWHU,QIRRUZZZUFPVYW RUJ “Summer Shorts” on stage in Middlebury. 6XQGD\ -XQH SP 7RZQ +DOO 7KHDWHU 0LGGOHEXU\ $FWRUV :RUNVKRS SUHVHQWVDQHYHQLQJRIKLODULRXVQHZVKRUW SOD\V DERXW ORYH DQG OLIH DW LWV FUD]LHVW 5XQV -XQH 7LFNHWV DYDLODEOH DW WKH 7+7 ER[ RI¿FH RU ZZZ WRZQKDOOWKHDWHURUJ
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LIVEMUSIC The Bob MacKenzie Blues Band in New Haven. Friday, June 27, 6-8 p.m., Lincoln Peak Vineyard. Zephrus in Middlebury. Friday, June 27, 9 p.m.-midnight, Two Brothers Tavern. Ricardo Lemvo & Makina Loca in New Haven. Saturday, June 28, 8-10 p.m., Tourterelle.
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Monkton Â (Continued Â from Â Page Â 1) mont Â Gasâ€™ Â legal Â costs Â are Â built Â into Â man Â said. Â â€œIf Â youâ€™re Â building Â a Â work Â this Â past Â Thursday Â eveningâ€™s Â meeting Â the Â cost Â of Â the Â project, Â which Â is Â borne Â station, Â you Â should Â know Â where Â itâ€™s Â DW WKH 0RQNWRQ ÂżUHKRXVH VDLG WKDW by Â ratepayers, Â while Â landowners Â gonna Â be.â€? talks Â with Â company Â representatives Â are Â left Â to Â pay Â their Â legal Â fees Â out Â of Â NON-ÂDISCLOSURE Â had Â improved. pocket. AGREEMENTS Instead, Â landowners Â said Â Vermont Â â€œThese Â negotiations Â are Â about Â Landowners Â and Â legislators Â alike Â Gas Â fails Â to Â respond Â to Â their Â questions Â things Â like Â route Â planning, Â safety Â is-Â also Â objected Â to Â Vermont Â Gasâ€™ Â prac-Â in Â a Â timely Â manner, Â does Â not Â address Â sues Â and Â construction Â â€” Â those Â devel-Â tice Â of Â making Â landowners Â sign Â non-Â concerns Â they Â harbor, Â is Â not Â offering Â opment Â costs Â are Â being Â covered Â by Â disclosure Â agreements, Â or Â NDAs, Â fair Â compensation Â for Â their Â land Â and Â VGS,â€? Â Peyser Â said. Â â€œI Â donâ€™t Â see Â any Â when Â signing Â an Â easement, Â that Â pre-Â is Â secretive Â about Â its Â reason Â why Â they Â can-Â vent Â landowners Â from Â sharing Â details Â business Â practices. not Â be Â covered Â on Â the Â of Â the Â negotiations Â with Â their Â neigh-Â â€œWe have people â€œNothing Â has Â other Â side.â€? bors. changed,â€? Â landowner Â that donâ€™t Peyser Â said Â that Â be-Â NDAs Â donâ€™t Â make Â easements Â or Â understand Selina Â Peyser Â said. cause Â many Â residents Â land Â purchases Â secret;Íž Â those Â things Â The Â meeting Â was Â easements. (These donâ€™t Â have Â the Â techni-Â are Â part Â of Â the Â public Â record. Â But Â chaired Â by Â Sen. Â Chris Â easements) are cal Â or Â legal Â knowledge Â NDAs Â do Â conceal Â any Â damages Â the Â Bray, Â D-ÂNew Â Haven, Â massive, theyâ€™re to Â represent Â their Â own Â company Â may Â have Â paid Â landowners Â and Â Department Â of Â interests Â in Â easement Â in Â addition Â to Â the Â easement Â price. Public Â Service Â Com-Â YHU\GLIĂ€FXOW negotiations, Â they Â Landowners Â said Â not Â knowing Â the Â missioner Â Chris Â Rec-Â to deal with, may Â unwittingly Â sign Â full Â price Â that Â their Â neighbors Â are Â be-Â chia. Â In Â addition Â two Â (Vermont Gas) deals Â they Â will Â regret. ing Â paid Â puts Â them Â at Â a Â competitive Â dozen Â landowners, Â GRHVQÂˇWJLYHGLUHFW â€œPeople Â simply Â disadvantage, Â and Â allows Â Vermont Â Rep. Â David Â Sharpe, Â answers and the donâ€™t Â have Â the Â exper-Â *DV WR NHHS WKH PDUNHW DUWLÂżFLDOO\ D-ÂBristol, Â and Â Sen. Â tise Â to Â address Â these Â low. stuff that goes Claire Â Ayer, Â D-ÂAddi-Â issues, Â and Â unfortu-Â â€œIf Â somebodyâ€™s Â giving Â a Â $2,600 Â EDFNDQGIRUWKLV nately Â son, Â also Â attended. the Â expertise Â easement Â thatâ€™s Â reported Â with Â the Â One Â of Â the Â key Â con-Â overwhelming.â€? that Â has Â been Â provided Â town, Â and Â theyâ€™re Â getting Â a Â $5,000 Â cerns Â of Â landowners Â â€” landowner by Â VGS Â is Â simply Â not Â damages Â payment, Â that Â easement Â is Â in Â March Â was Â that Â the Â 0DUHQ9DVDWND accurate,â€? Â Peyser Â said. Â actually Â selling Â for Â $7,600,â€? Â Vasatka Â land Â agents Â represent-Â â€œYou Â do Â not Â know Â that Â said. Â â€œBut Â theyâ€™re Â not Â reporting Â all Â of Â ing Â Vermont Â Gas Â were Â the Â information Â that Â is Â the Â payments, Â which Â allows Â them Â to Â not Â employees Â of Â the Â company. Â Rath-Â being Â presented Â to Â you, Â as Â though Â it Â create Â their Â own Â market.â€? er, Â Vermont Â Gas Â hired Â a Â third-Âparty Â were Â objective Â â€Ś Â is Â inaccurate.â€? Monkton Â residents Â asked Â Vermont Â ÂżUP &ORXJK +DUERU $VVRFLDWHV RI INDEPENDENT Â SURVEY Gas Â to Â stop Â asking Â for Â NDAs Â at Â the Â Albany, Â N.Y., Â to Â handle Â the Â negotia-Â Peyser Â said Â either Â the Â state Â or Â Ver-Â meeting Â in Â March, Â but Â the Â company Â tions. mont Â Gas Â should Â cover Â the Â costs Â of Â an Â refused, Â saying Â it Â wanted Â to Â protect Â Vermont Â Gas Â agreed Â to Â allow Â land-Â independent Â survey Â and Â independent Â the Â privacy Â of Â itself Â and Â landowners. owners Â to Â speak Â directly Â with Â its Â appraisal Â for Â each Â property, Â and Â also Â Bray Â said Â that Â he Â believes Â the Â own Â employees, Â but Â landowners Â said Â pay Â for Â a Â lawyer Â to Â help Â landowners Â NDAs Â have Â created Â a Â lopsided Â rela-Â these Â employees Â lack Â the Â authority Â to Â negotiate Â and Â easement. tionship Â between Â Vermont Â Gas Â and Â amend Â easement Â drafts, Â and Â instead Â Vasatka Â stressed Â that Â the Â landown-Â landowners. must Â seek Â approval Â from Â supervisors. ers Â in Â Monkton Â are Â not Â asking Â for Â tax-Â Âł,WLVDYHU\XQHYHQSOD\LQJÂżHOGÂ´ â€œIt Â was Â a Â lot Â of Â the Â same,â€? Â land-Â SD\HU PRQH\ WR ÂżJKW Bray Â said. Â â€œOne Â side Â owner Â Maren Â Vasatka Â said. Â â€œIt Â was Â the Â pipeline. has Â all Â the Â knowledge Â not Â really Â what Â we Â were Â asking Â for, Â â€œWeâ€™re Â not Â asking Â â€œIt is a very of Â the Â marketplace, Â when Â we Â were Â asking Â for Â answers.â€? for Â a Â defense Â fund,â€? Â uneven playing because Â theyâ€™ve Â actu-Â Rep. Â Sharpe Â questioned Â why Â the Â Vasatka Â said. Â â€œWeâ€™re Â Ă€HOG2QHVLGH DOO\ GHÂżQHG WKH PDU-Â Public Â Service Â Department Â had Â not Â asking Â for Â legal Â assis-Â ket, Â and Â the Â other Â side Â taken Â up Â his Â suggestion Â to Â provide Â tance Â to Â help Â negoti-Â has all the has Â no Â knowledge Â of Â independent Â mediators Â to Â help Â land-Â ate Â an Â easement, Â not Â NQRZOHGJHRI the Â marketplace Â and Â owners Â navigate Â the Â complex Â nego-Â WRÂżJKWDQHPLQHQWGR-Â WKHPDUNHWSODFH limited Â resources.â€? tiations. main Â battle.â€? Sharpe Â said Â he Â EHFDXVHWKH\ÂˇYH â€œTruthfully, Â it Â was Â considered Â for Â a Â But Â not Â all Â requests Â DFWXDOO\GHĂ€QHG spoke Â with Â Vermont Â OLWWOHELWDQGZHMXVWFRXOGQÂśWÂżJXUH that Â the Â landowners Â Gas Â President Â Don Â WKHPDUNHWDQG out Â how Â to Â implement Â that,â€? Â Recchia Â had Â would Â cost Â Ver-Â Gilbert Â about Â the Â said. Â â€œI Â apologize, Â but Â it Â just Â got Â over-Â mont Â Gas Â or Â the Â state Â the other side has NDAs. Â Sharpe Â said Â whelmed Â with Â other Â stuff.â€? money. Â Greg Â Peyser, Â QRNQRZOHGJHRI Gilbert Â expressed Â Sharpe Â pressed Â Recchia Â to Â again Â the Â son Â of Â Selina Â Pey-Â WKHPDUNHWSODFH concern Â that Â if Â land-Â look Â into Â the Â idea. ser, Â said Â he Â just Â wants Â and limited owners Â knew Â how Â â€œI Â understand Â itâ€™s Â a Â new Â procedure, Â Vermont Â Gas Â to Â indi-Â UHVRXUFHVÂľ much Â their Â neighbors Â but Â we Â have Â citizens Â that Â are Â feeling Â cate Â where Â the Â changes Â were Â being Â paid, Â they Â â€” Sen. Chris Bray put-Âupon, Â and Â I Â think Â itâ€™s Â appropriate Â are Â when Â the Â company Â would Â ask Â for Â more Â that Â there Â be Â an Â independent Â negotia-Â sends Â landowners Â new Â PRQH\ WKXV LQĂ€DWLQJ tor Â involved,â€? Â Sharpe Â said. easement Â drafts Â by Â using Â boldface Â costs. Â Sharpe Â he Â said Â he Â was Â not Â per-Â Vasatka Â said Â landowners Â donâ€™t Â type Â or Â other Â means. suaded Â by Â Gilbertâ€™s Â argument. need Â mediators, Â but Â legal Â representa-Â â€œEvery Â time Â you Â get Â an Â easement, Â â€œI Â still Â feel Â pretty Â strongly Â that Â there Â tion. itâ€™s Â a Â brand Â new Â sheet Â of Â paper Â and Â is Â no Â good Â reason Â for Â a Â non-Âdisclo-Â â€œA Â mediator Â canâ€™t Â give Â you Â legal Â you Â have Â no Â idea Â what Â they Â have Â or Â sure Â agreement,â€? Â Sharpe Â said. Â â€œIn Â my Â advice,â€? Â Vasatka Â said. Â â€œWe Â have Â peo-Â havenâ€™t Â changed, Â and Â itâ€™s Â incumbent Â conversations, Â it Â seemed Â obvious Â to Â ple Â that Â donâ€™t Â understand Â easements. Â upon Â you Â to Â go Â through Â it,â€? Â Peyser Â me Â the Â reason Â they Â were Â insisting Â on Â (The Â easements) Â are Â massive, Â theyâ€™re Â said. them Â was Â to Â keep Â their Â costs Â down.â€? YHU\GLIÂżFXOWWRGHDOZLWK9HUPRQW Another Â common Â refrain Â from Â While Â Vermont Â Gas Â has Â said Â it Â Gas) Â doesnâ€™t Â give Â direct Â answers Â and Â landowners Â is Â that Â the Â easements Â they Â plans Â to Â begin Â construction Â on Â the Â the Â stuff Â that Â goes Â back Â and Â forth Â is Â are Â being Â presented Â with Â are Â so Â vague Â pipeline Â this Â month, Â it Â has Â only Â se-Â overwhelming.â€? as Â to Â allow Â the Â company Â to Â move Â the Â cured Â 14 Â of Â about Â three Â dozen Â ease-Â Vasatka, Â who Â earns Â her Â living Â as Â a Â pipeline Â or Â work Â stations Â as Â they Â see Â ments Â needed Â in Â Monkton. Â Company Â Realtor, Â said Â that Â easement Â negotia-Â ÂżW 0LFKDHO $OGHUPDQ VDLG KH KDV spokesman Â Steve Â Wark Â did Â not Â re-Â tions Â are Â more Â complex Â than Â standard Â been Â asking Â Vermont Â Gas Â where Â they Â spond Â to Â requests Â to Â disclose Â how Â real Â estate Â transactions. plan Â to Â site Â a Â work Â station Â on Â his Â prop-Â many Â of Â the Â 222 Â landowners Â along Â Melanie Â Peyser, Â the Â daughter Â of Â erty, Â but Â has Â not Â received Â an Â answer. the Â entire Â Phase Â I Â pipeline Â route Â the Â Monkton Â landowner Â Selina Â Peyser, Â â€œIf Â youâ€™re Â building Â a Â house, Â you Â company Â has Â secured Â land Â use Â agree-Â said Â she Â thinks Â it Â is Â unfair Â that Â Ver-Â know Â where Â itâ€™s Â going Â to Â be,â€? Â Alder-Â ments Â with.
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River Watch group has some concerns MIDDLEBURY Â â€” Â At Â its Â volunteer Â said Â that, Â despite Â the Â icy Â start Â to Â the Â training Â session Â in Â March, Â Addison Â season, Â sampling Â crews Â have Â done Â County Â River Â Watch Â Collaborative Â well, Â even Â the Â new Â handful Â of Â people Â had Â a Â standing-Âroom-Âonly Â collecting Â water Â from Â the Â crowd Â of Â eager Â water Â sam-Â â€œProvisional relatively Â pristine Â branches Â plers, Â and, Â since Â then, Â one Â results of Â the Â Middlebury Â River Â in Â morning Â per Â month Â those Â from some its Â higher Â elevations. volunteers Â from Â many Â Ad-Â Addison Â County Â River Â dison Â County Â communities Â sampling Watch Â releases Â provisional Â have Â been Â venturing Â out Â to Â stations on E.coli Â readings Â to Â the Â public Â collect Â bottles Â of Â water Â from Â all six of â€œbecause Â of Â their Â relevance Â area Â streams. Â This Â year Â the Â the rivers to Â swimming Â safety,â€? Â Wit-Â river Â monitoring Â collabora-Â we monitor WHQVDLG7KHÂżUVWSURYLVLRQ-Â tive Â established Â several Â new Â show E.coli al Â E.coli Â results Â of Â the Â year Â sampling Â sites Â on Â the Â upper Â were Â recently Â posted Â by Â the Â Middlebury Â River Â in Â Rip-Â levels above state. Â â€œProvisionalâ€? Â means Â ton, Â and Â also Â is Â still Â monitor-Â the Vermont that Â the Â data Â could Â still Â be Â LQJ ÂżYH RWKHU ULYHUV LQ WKH state health- revised Â upon Â further Â analy-Â county, Â an Â ongoing Â effort Â based sis. Â The Â data Â from Â the Â June Â designed Â to Â tease Â out Â trends Â standard.â€? sampling Â event Â in Â Addison Â in Â water Â quality. County Â revealed Â some Â high Â â€” Kristen bacteria Â counts. Matthew Â Witten, Â coordi-Â Underwood nator Â for Â the Â River Â Watch Â â€œProvisional Â results Â from Â Collaborative, Â said, Â â€œWe Â are Â some Â sampling Â stations Â on Â thrilled Â to Â have Â so Â many Â conscientious Â all Â six Â of Â the Â rivers Â we Â monitor Â show Â and Â enthusiastic Â volunteers Â helping Â E.coli Â levels Â above Â the Â Vermont Â state Â collect Â water Â samples Â on Â local Â rivers.â€? Â health-Âbased Â standard,â€? Â said Â Kristen Â Witten Â explained Â that Â there Â are Â about Â Underwood Â of Â South Â Mountain Â Con-Â 20 Â volunteers Â who Â go Â out Â simultane-Â sulting Â in Â Bristol, Â also Â a Â technical Â con-Â RXVO\RQWKHÂżUVW:HGQHVGD\RIHDFK sultant Â to Â River Â Watch. Â She Â said Â that, Â month Â to Â collect Â containers Â of Â water Â compared Â to Â June Â 2013, Â this Â Juneâ€™s Â E. Â that Â then Â are Â analyzed Â by Â the Â Vermont Â coli Â readings Â were, Â â€œIn Â a Â number Â of Â DEC Â laboratory Â in Â Burlington. cases Â an Â order Â of Â magnitude Â higher.â€? â€œApril Â sampling Â this Â year Â was Â a Â Witten Â said, Â â€œThese Â high Â levels Â of Â near Â freeze-Âout,â€? Â Witten Â chuckled. Â pathogens Â may Â be Â due Â to Â the Â rains Â â€œWe Â had Â to Â postpone Â the Â sampling Â for Â which Â immediately Â preceded Â the Â June Â a Â week Â just Â for Â some Â of Â our Â volunteers Â sampling. Â Manure Â has Â been Â spread Â to Â be Â able Â to Â access Â open Â water!â€? Â He Â RQPDQ\ÂżHOGVLQWKHSDVWIHZZHHNV
and Â fertilizers Â have Â been Â used Â on Â gar-Â dens Â and Â lawns. Â E.coli Â can Â also Â derive Â from Â failing Â septic Â systems Â or Â wildlife Â sources Â such Â as Â beavers, Â deer, Â and Â wa-Â terfowl.â€? Witten Â explained Â that Â the Â U.S. Â En-Â vironmental Â Protection Â Agency Â (EPA) Â KDVXVHGÂżQGLQJVIURPHSLGHPLRORJL-Â cal Â studies Â to Â develop Â recommended Â criteria Â for Â water Â quality Â standards. Â By Â the Â federal Â criterion Â for Â water-Â borne Â pathogens, Â as Â long Â as Â E. Â coli Â derived Â from Â a Â single Â sample Â collec-Â tion Â remains Â below Â 235 Â organisms Â per Â 100 Â milliliters, Â waters Â are Â considered Â safe Â to Â swim Â in. Â This Â number Â corre-Â sponds Â to Â a Â projected Â illness Â rate Â of Â eight Â swimmers Â out Â of Â a Â thousand. Â Vermont Â has Â adopted Â a Â stricter Â water Â quality Â standard Â for Â E. Â coli Â bacteria Â for Â Class Â B Â waters, Â based Â on Â a Â pro-Â jected Â illness Â rate Â of Â four Â (instead Â of Â eight) Â swimmers Â out Â of Â a Â thousand. Â Corresponding Â to Â that Â different Â level Â of Â statistical Â probability, Â Vermontâ€™s Â Class Â B Â standard Â is Â 77 Â E. Â coli Â organ-Â isms Â per Â 100mL Â in Â a Â single Â sample. Â This Â is Â the Â most Â stringent Â standard Â in Â the Â nation. Â Witten Â commented Â that Â the Â strict Â Vermont Â standard Â for Â E.coli Â may Â be Â revised Â to Â match Â the Â EPA Â standard Â because Â some Â studies Â have Â found Â that, Â even Â under Â moderate Â rainfall, Â waters Â running Â off Â undisturbed, Â forested Â wa-Â tersheds Â may Â not Â meet Â the Â Vermont Â standard Â for Â E. Â coli. Addison Â County Â River Â Watchâ€™s Â pro-Â visional Â data Â from Â June Â 4 Â samples, Â said Â Witten, Â â€œshowed Â especially Â high Â E. Â coli Â readings Â on Â Otter Â Creek Â below Â the Â falls Â in Â Vergennes, Â on Â the Â New Â Haven Â River Â just Â below Â where Â Muddy Â Brook Â runs Â into Â it, Â on Â Lewis Â Creek Â near Â the Â Starksboro/Monkton Â town Â line, Â the Â middle Â reaches Â of Â the Â Lemon Â Fair, Â on Â Little Â Otter Â Creek Â where Â it Â runs Â under Â Route Â 7 Â in Â Ferrisburgh, Â and Â on Â the Â lower Â Middlebury Â River Â near Â its Â con-Â Ă€XHQFHZLWK2WWHU&UHHNÂ´7KHVHUHDG-Â
BJORN Â COBURN, Â 8, Â of Â Ripton, Â takes Â a Â sample Â from Â the Â frigid Â waters Â RIWKHXSSHU0LGGOHEXU\5LYHURQWKHÂżUVW5LYHU:DWFKVDPSOLQJHYHQW in Â April.
ings Â were Â all Â above Â 1,000 Â organisms Â per Â 100mL Â on Â June Â 4. Â Although Â the Â readings Â are Â certainly Â cause Â for Â con-Â cern, Â Witten Â commented Â that Â most Â of Â these Â locations Â have Â for Â years Â shown Â at Â least Â occasional Â signs Â of Â not Â com-Â plying Â with Â water Â quality Â standards. â€œWe Â have Â our Â eye Â on Â these Â stream Â reaches Â and Â the Â watersheds Â that Â feed Â into Â them,â€? Â said Â Witten. Â â€œNo Â one Â in-Â tentionally Â pollutes Â the Â water. Â We Â as Â
a Â society Â need Â to Â keep Â rooting Â out Â the Â land Â practices Â that Â lead Â to Â water Â qual-Â ity Â problems, Â and Â offer Â both Â carrots Â and Â sticks Â to Â lead Â us Â all Â toward Â opti-Â mal Â stewardship. Â Clean Â water Â is Â the Â essence Â of Â life.â€? Â For Â more Â information Â about Â water Â quality Â monitoring Â in Â Addison Â County Â rivers Â and Â streams, Â contact Â Matthew Â Witten Â at Â (802) Â 434-Â3236 Â at Â mwit-Â email@example.com.
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School News Briefs
Cornwall grad lands job at Google Taylor Wood of Cornwall gradu- ated this spring from the Univer- sity of Vermont double majoring with a BA in economics with de- partmental honors as well as BS in business management. He will be
Middlebury teens graduate from Vt. Commons SOUTH BURLINGTON — Spencer Reed and Galen Fastie, both of Middlebury, graduated on June 6 from the Vermont Commons School in South Burlington. Reed, the son of Molly and Bud Reed, will attend Washington Uni- versity in St. Louis in the fall of 2014. Reed was the recipient of the school’s top prize of academic achievement in mathematics. He de- scribed mathematics as being “like a puzzle that we get to solve.” Fastie, son Andrea Lloyd and Chris Fastie of Middlebury, was the recipient of the school’s award for distinguished achievement in Span- ish. The faculty noted his true love for learning and the utmost serious- ness for each project he presented in class. Reed and Fastie were among 12 graduating students who altogether received a total of $1,275,000 in merit-based academic scholarships from the colleges and universities offering them admission, an average of $106,250 per student. The merit scholarships were offered prior to UHFHLSW RI WKHLU ¿QDQFLDO DLG SDFN- ages. Each member of the class is planning to enroll in college in the 2014-2015 academic year.
C h a r l e s Swift, a 2008 g r a d u a t e of Middle- bury Union High School, g r a d u a t e d from the New York City Fire De- p a r t m e n t ’s Fire Acad- SWIFT emy on June 3. He has been assigned to Ladder Truck No. 35 in Manhattan, N.Y. Swift received an associate’s de- JUHHLQ¿UHSURWHFWLRQIURP/DNH5H- gion Community College. He also served in Afghanistan in 2010 with the Mountain Brigade of the Ver- mont National Guard.
July 6th – 12th, 2014
FESTIVAL OFF ON-THE-GREEN This year at the Middebury Rec. Park
Join us for the Stray Birds Monday July 7th 7:00 pm
When The Stray Birds take the stage, the spot- light falls on three voices raised in harmony above the raw resonance of wood and strings. It is a sound drawn from the richness of American folk music traditions, spun with a stirring subtlety and grace. Their full-length debut. The Stray Birds, was lauded by radio stations and listeners across the country and named to the Top 10 Folk/Americana Releases of 2012 by NPR. Passionate live performances led to appearances on NPR’s Mountain Stage, the Philadelphia Folk Festival, the Kerrville Folk Festival, and the Falcon Ridge Folk Festival. “They are brilliant performers with an easy stage presence and great audience rapport... I heard the comments ‘phenomenal’, ‘brilliant’, ‘amazing’ throughout the departing crowd...” – Beth Duquette, Ripton Community Coffeehouse, Ripton, VT “Five Stars.” – John Starling, Founding Member of The Seldom Scene
For a list of all the Festival shows, visit festivalonthegreen.org
employed by Google in Mountain View, California. Parents Ben and Sarah Wood own Otter Creek Bakery where Taylor has worked since the age of 10.
PAGE Â 16 Â â€” Â Addison Â Independent, Â Monday, Â June Â 23, Â 2014
Multi-Âtalented Â Tiger Â leads Â baseball Â all-Âstars Independent Â picks Â best Â among Â area Â high Â schools By Â ANDY Â KIRKALDY ADDISON Â COUNTY Â â€” Â While Â softball Â stole Â most Â of Â this Â springâ€™s Â headlines Â in Â Ad-Â dison Â County, Â the Â local Â high Â school Â baseball Â teams Â also Â enjoyed Â high Â points Â and Â excel-Â lent Â individual Â performances, Â the Â latter Â of Â which Â are Â recognized Â here Â in Â the Â 2014 Â Ad-Â dison Â Independent Â Baseball Â All-ÂStar Â Team. Headlining Â the Â 2014 Â squad Â is Â Middlebury Â Union Â senior Â Aaron Â Smith, Â whose Â work Â on Â WKHPRXQGLQWKHÂżHOGDQGDWWKHSODWHPHU-Â its Â his Â selection Â as Â the Â 2014 Â Addison Â Inde-Â pendent Â Player Â of Â the Â Year. In Â all, Â Coach Â Charlie Â Messengerâ€™s Â Tigers Â compiled Â a Â 7-Â8 Â regular Â season Â record Â in Â the Â tough Â Metro Â Conference, Â the Â programâ€™s Â best Â in Â several Â seasons, Â and Â one Â that Â included Â wins Â over Â eventual Â Division Â I Â champion Â Rice Â and Â perennial Â power Â Essex. Â Three Â oth-Â er Â MUHS Â seniors Â join Â Smith Â on Â the Â Inde-Â pendent Â squad. Coach Â Tim Â Mitchellâ€™s Â Otter Â Valley Â nine Â failed Â to Â repeat Â 2013â€™s Â D-ÂII Â dream Â season, Â EXW ZRQ RQH SOD\RII JDPH DQG ÂżQLVKHG D respectable Â 10-Â8, Â including Â an Â extra-Âinning Â ZLQ DW 5XWODQG GHVSLWH VLJQLÂżFDQW JUDGXD-Â tion Â losses. Â Three Â OV Â seniors Â and Â one Â junior Â earned Â Independent Â recognition. Coach Â Jeff Â Stetsonâ€™s Â Mount Â Abraham Â squad Â picked Â up Â four Â wins Â in Â the Â challeng-Â ing Â Metro Â league Â before Â losing Â a Â one-Ârun Â playoff Â game Â on Â the Â road. Â Two Â seniors Â who Â enjoyed Â productive Â seasons Â merited Â spots Â on Â the Â Independent Â team. Selections Â were Â made Â based Â on Â observa-Â tions, Â as Â many Â statistics Â as Â were Â available, Â and Â consultation Â with Â the Â coaches. Â Congrat-Â ulations Â to Â the Â following: AARON Â SMITH, Â MUHS Â SENIOR, Â PLAYER Â OF Â THE Â YEAR. Â Notes: Â On Â the Â mound, Â used Â an Â im-Â proved Â fastball Â and Â excellent Â breaking Â balls Â to Â compile Â a Â 3-Â2 Â record Â with Â wins Â over Â Rice, Â Essex Â and Â Mount Â Abe Â â€Ś Â In Â 36 Â innings Â pitched Â allowed Â 33 Â hits, Â 10 Â walks, Â struck Â out Â 32 Â and Â compiled Â an Â earned-Ârun Â average Â of Â 1.77 Â â€Ś Â Tossed Â a Â six-Âinning Â three-Â hitter Â and Â allowed Â SMITH one Â unearned Â run Â in Â 1-Â0 Â playoff Â loss Â â€Ś Â Showed Â great Â range Â and Â played Â errorless Â EDOOLQFHQWHUÂżHOGÂŤ)RXU\HDUYDUVLW\SOD\HU compiled Â a Â .431 Â on-Âbase Â percentage Â batting Â leadoffâ€Ś Â Hit Â .339, Â scored Â 11 Â runs Â and Â drove Â LQÂżYH Messengerâ€™s Â Quotes: Â â€œHe Â actually Â had Â a Â little Â velocity Â this Â year. Â He Â had Â a Â nice Â off-Â speed Â pitch, Â and Â great Â location Â â€Ś Â If Â you Â donâ€™t Â hit Â your Â spots, Â youâ€™re Â in Â trouble Â â€Ś Â He Â also Â shut Â down Â the Â running Â game, Â which Â was Â key Â â€Ś Â He Â made Â some Â really Â nice Â catch-Â
MIDDLEBURY Â UNION Â HIGH Â School Â senior Â Aaron Â Smith, Â seen Â here Â making Â a Â diving Â catch Â in Â a Â game Â in Â late Â April, Â is Â the Â 2014 Â Addison Â Independent Â high Â school Â baseball Â player Â of Â the Â year. ,QGHSHQGHQWÂżOHSKRWR7UHQW&DPSEHOO
HV RXW LQ FHQWHU ÂżHOG VRPH SKHQRPHQDO FDWFKHVDQGKHWRRNFRQWUROLQWKHRXWÂżHOG He Â was Â a Â great Â leader Â â€Ś Â Toward Â the Â end Â of Â the Â season Â his Â bat Â started Â to Â heat Â up.â€? SHANE Â QUENNEVILLE, Â OV Â SENIOR. Â Notes: Â Batted Â .417 Â for Â OV Â and Â scored Â a Â local Â high Â of Â 19 Â runs Â out Â of Â the Â leadoff Â spot Â in Â the Â OV Â order Â â€Ś Â Ex-Â cellent Â baserunner Â who Â put Â pressure Â on Â opposing Â defenses Â â€Ś Â Also Â had Â some Â pop Â in Â his Â bat Â and Â OLQHG WKH ÂżUVW SLWFK he Â saw Â this Â season Â for Â an Â inside-Âthe-Â park Â home Â run Â â€Ś Â Hard-Âworking Â play-Â er Â who Â covered Â a Â tremendous Â amount Â QUENNEVILLE of Â territory Â in Â cen-Â WHU ÂżHOG DQG DOVR chipped Â in Â a Â pitching Â win. Â Mitchellâ€™s Â Quotes: Â â€œHeâ€™s Â just Â an Â all-Âstar Â FHQWHU ÂżHOGHU DQG OHDGRII EDWWHU ÂŤ +H KDV good Â speed Â on Â the Â bases Â â€Ś Â He Â loves Â to Â com-Â pete Â and Â play Â the Â game Â â€Ś Â Heâ€™s Â a Â competi-Â tor Â from Â day Â one. Â He Â takes Â it Â as Â seriously Â and Â emotionally Â as Â anyone Â on Â the Â team, Â and Â not Â just Â our Â team Â either Â ... Â Heâ€™s Â just Â an Â overall Â great Â player.â€?
JOSH Â STEA-Â RNS, Â MUHS Â SE-Â NIOR. Â Notes: Â Batted Â .391 Â while Â getting Â on Â base Â at Â a Â .462 Â clip Â and Â show-Â ing Â some Â thump Â with Â three Â doubles Â and Â a Â go-Âahead Â homerun Â vs. Â Milton Â â€Ś Â Drove Â in Â 11 Â runs Â and Â scored Â 15 Â as Â the Â Tigersâ€™ Â No. Â 3 Â hitter Â â€Ś Â Committed Â just Â two Â errors Â in Â a Â sea-Â son Â spent Â mostly Â at Â
third Â base. Â Messengerâ€™s Â Quotes: Â â€œHe Â was Â a Â corner-Â VWRQH , WKRXJKW ÂŤ +H ZDV GHÂżQLWHO\ RQH RI RXU EHVW LQÂżHOGHUV ÂŤ +H MXVW KLW WKH EDOO hard Â all Â season Â â€Ś Â He Â gave Â us Â timely Â hits Â and Â good Â defense Â â€Ś Â He Â was Â a Â good Â leader. Â He Â was Â quiet, Â but Â I Â think Â he Â led Â by Â example Â â€Ś Â He Â worked Â hard Â â€Ś Â He Â was Â just Â a Â good Â team-Â mate.â€? SAWYER Â KAMMAN, Â MOUNT Â ABE Â SENIOR. Â Notes: Â Pitching Â against Â the Â Eaglesâ€™ Â PRVW GLIÂżFXOW IRHV FRPSLOHG D UHFRUG with Â an Â ERA Â of Â 3.90 Â in Â 41 Â innings, Â many Â of Â them Â extended Â by Â defensive Â mistakes, Â while Â allowing Â 11 Â walks Â and Â 53 Â hits Â and Â striking Â out Â 50 Â batters Â â€Ś Â Also Â batted Â .304 Â with Â two Â
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doubles, Â a Â triple, Â ÂżYH 5%,V DQG HLJKW runs Â â€ŚThree-Âyear Â varsity Â team Â mem-Â ber. Â Stetsonâ€™s Â Quotes: Â â€œHe Â was Â obviously Â my Â best Â pitcher, Â and Â has Â been Â for Â two Â years Â â€Ś Â He Â drew Â the Â tough Â as-Â signments Â â€Ś Â Heâ€™s Â been Â an Â outstanding Â player Â and Â an Â out-Â standing Â leader Â â€Ś Â He Â really Â did Â almost Â everything Â I Â could Â ask Â â€Ś Â Heâ€™s Â a Â great Â competitor Â and Â gave Â his Â heart Â and Â soul Â to Â everything Â he Â did Â to Â baseball Â here Â for Â four Â years.â€? JOHN Â WIN-Â SLOW, Â OV Â JU-Â NIOR. Â Notes: Â Al-Â ready Â a Â three-Âyear Â varsity Â player, Â batted Â .418 Â with Â plenty Â of Â pop Â and Â scored Â 16 Â (See Â Baseball, Page Â 17)
Addison Independent, Monday, June 23, 2014 — PAGE 17
Baseball (Continued from Page 16) runs this spring … Returned for his second year as the everyday shortstop, but took over as the No. 1 pitcher down the stretch when injuries sidelined two starting hurlers … In all, picked up three pitching wins, one in the playoffs. Mitchell’s Quotes: “I can’t even remember an error. He was steady at shortstop … He did extremely well on the mound … He picked up velocity as the season went on. He had a neat curveball and never seemed to get into trouble … He was certainly the premier power hitter on the team … He’s a super kid.” MIKE WIN- SLOW, OV SE- NIOR. Notes: Pro- vided a one-two punch with brother John by batting .423, also with some thump, and scoring 11 runs … Danger- ous baserunner … Took over at catcher M. WINSLOW this spring and did well to handle a variety of different pitchers as injuries struck … Worked hard to become a good defensive catcher. Mitchell’s Quotes: “He got thrown into the catching position this year. I asked him to step up, and he did ... He’s a tough competitor …
He’s solid behind three runs and scored the plate … He hits ¿YH UXQV « +LW D the ball hard … He’s home run vs. Mis- probably the fast- sisquoi that was the est kid on the team. only one hit at Mount He’s got incredible Abe this spring … wheels.” Made only one error JOSIAH BEN- ZKLOHVWDUWLQJDW¿UVW OIT, MUHS SE- base all season. NIOR. Notes: Ver- Stetson’s Quotes: VDWLOH ¿HOGHU ZKR “He was very adept played shortstop, at hitting the ball the ULJKW ¿HOG DQG ¿UVW other way, moving base for the Tigers guys around … He as well as started was one of our top BENOIT BENWAY ¿YH JDPHV RQ WKH three guys all year mound and relieved in another … Batted .345 at the plate … Defensively he did a nice job with two doubles and a triple, drove in 13 runs IRUXVDW¿UVWEDVH«+HNQRFNHGGRZQDWRQ and scored six. Compiled a 2-4 pitching record of throws … He’s ab- in 41 innings with an ERA of 4.10, beating St. solutely a tremendous Johnsbury and Missisquoi … Had key hits in kid to have on the wins vs. St. Johnsbury and Rice. team, hustling around Messenger’s Quotes: “He was all-around in practice and in the for me, wherever I needed him ... He was Mr. games.” Everything … He was ready and willing to SAM MESSEN- do whatever I asked him. I thought that was GER, MUHS SE- a great team attitude … All the seniors were NIOR. Notes: Batted great leaders, great teammates and all worked .314 with an on-base hard and stuck together … He had some really percentage of .357 nice performances out there.” … Drove in 11 runs, AARON BENWAY, MOUNT ABE SE- VFRUHG¿YHDQGFDPH NIOR. Notes: Batted .319 with an on-base up with several key percentage of .372 and a slugging percentage of hits and big games .404 as the No. 2 hitter in the order … Drove in over the course of the MESSENGER
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VHDVRQ « ([FHOOHQW ¿HOGHU DW ¿UVW EDVH ZKR DOVR ¿OOHG LQ DW FDWFKHU IRU WZR JDPHV GXH WR injury … Son of Coach Messenger. Messenger’s Quotes: “He did a really good job over there for me … Sam gave me every- thing he had … He didn’t leave anything in the dugout … He had some good games. He had two or three games where he had multiple hits … He had some clutch hits.” WILL CLAES- SENS, OV SE- NIOR. Notes: Slick ¿HOGHU ZKR EDWWHG .271 and scored 15 runs … Fixture at second base in re- cent seasons, but moved to shortstop when John Winslow pitched without skip- ping a beat … Start- ed the year as OV’s CLAESSENS closer but became a starting pitcher when injuries struck … In all, tossed two complete games and earned a win and two saves. Mitchell’s Quotes: “He turned into an all- around great player ... He had the slickest hands and tools … You just didn’t expect him to make an error. You expected him to make the play every time … He improved enough where he went from the No. 9 batter up to the No. 2 … I wish I could have nine more just like him.”
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5:30 a.m. Yoga 6 a.m. Middlebury Five-0 7 a.m. Vermont Board of Education 11:15 a.m. ID-4 Board 1:12 p.m. VYO Chorus and Youth Concert Chorale Spring Concert 2:30 pm.. VYO Winter Concert 3:30 p.m. The Learning Curve 5:30 p.m. ID-4 Board 7:30 p.m. UD-3 Board 8:30 p.m. VYO Winter Concert 11 p.m. State Board of Education Wednesday, June 25 5:15 a.m. François Clemmons Sings Songs of Freedom 6:30 a.m. Yoga 10:17 a.m. VYO Chorus and Youth Concert Chorale Noon Middlebury Five-0 12:30 p.m. ID-4 Board 2:30 p.m. UD-3 Board 3:12 p.m. VYO Chorus and Youth Concert Chorale 4:30 p.m. VYO Winter Concert 6 p.m. From the College (MCEC) 7 p.m. Lights, Camera, Action 7:30 p.m. MUHS Football Championship 2013 8:35 p.m. Local Performance 10 p.m. At the Isley: Beatrix Potter Revisited Thursday, June 26 4:30 a.m. Yoga 4:55 a.m. At the Ilsley: Beatrix Potter Revisited 6 a.m. Middlebury Five-0 6:30 a.m. At the Ilsley 8 a.m. State Board of Education 1:30 p.m. François Clemmons Sings Songs of Freedom 3:30 p.m. Gardening in Vermont 4:30 p.m. Yoga 5 p.m. The Learning Curve 5:45 p.m. VYO Chorus and Youth Concert Chorale 7:30 p.m. UD-3 Board 8:30 p.m. ID-4 Board 10:30 p.m. Middlebury Five-0 Friday, June 27 5:30 a.m. Yoga 6 a.m. From the VMX 7:30 a.m. The Learning Curve 8 a.m. ID-4 Board 10 a.m. UD-3 Board Noon François Clemmons Sings Songs of
Freedom 3 p.m. Michael Nerney: Addison County Prevention Lecture 5 p.m. Middlebury Five-0 5:35 p.m. Lights, Camera, Action 6 p.m. From the College 7:30 p.m. ACORN 9:30 p.m. Michael Nerney: Addison County Prevention Lecture 11:30 p.m. State Board of Education Saturday, June 28 5 a.m. Yoga 5:30 a.m. Lights, Camera, Action 6 a.m. Otter Creek Audubon Society 9 a.m. UD-3 Board 10 a.m. ID-4 Board Noon The Learning Curve 12:30 p.m. From the VMX: Dear Pina 1:30 p.m. VYO Chorus and Youth Concert Chorale 6 p.m. Middlebury Five-0 6:30 p.m. Lights, Camera, Action 7 p.m. VYO Chorus and Youth Concert Chorale 8:30 p.m. MUHS Football Championship 2013 10 p.m. Rumbafrica Sunday, June 29 6:35 a.m. Yoga 7 a.m. Lights, Camera, Action 7:30 a.m. At the Ilsley 9:25 a.m. Middlebury Five-0 10 a.m. New England Review 1 p.m. Local Arts and Performance 3:30 p.m. The Learning Curve 4 p.m. Middlebury Five-0 4:30 p.m. From the VMX 7 p.m. Lights, Camera, Action 7:30 p.m. New England Review 10:30 p.m. Middlebury Five-0 11 p.m. The Learning Curve Monday, June 30 4:30 a.m. From the College (MCEC) 5:35 a.m. Yoga 8 a.m. State Board of Education 12:30 p.m. Middlebury Five-0 1 p.m. UD-3 Board 2 p.m. ID-4 Board 4:30 p.m. From the College (MCEC) 5:30 p.m. Lights, Camera, Action 7 p.m. ID-4 Board 9 p.m. From the College (MCEC)
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VUHS Â student Â delivers Â winning Â speech VERGENNES Â â€” Â The Â Vergennes Â Lions Â Club Â has Â had Â a Â very Â busy Â win-Â ter Â and Â spring, Â donating Â thousands Â of Â dollars Â to Â area Â organizations Â and Â individuals. Â In Â order Â to Â do Â this, Â the Â FOXE KROGV YDULRXV UDIĂ€HV DQG DVNV area Â businesses Â for Â assistance. Â Club Â 3UHVLGHQW6KDQRQ$WNLQVVDLGWKDWLI it Â werenâ€™t Â for Â the Â area Â businesses Â the Â Lions Â wouldnâ€™t Â be Â able Â to Â help Â all Â those Â that Â they Â do Â now. It Â started Â off Â with Â the Â club Â donat-Â ing Â $2,000 Â to Â the Â Vergennes Â Com-Â munity Â Food Â Shelf Â to Â help Â purchase Â food Â for Â those Â in Â need. Â Maryanne Â Castimore, Â representing Â the Â food Â VKHOIWKDQNHGWKHFOXEIRUWKHGRQD-Â tion Â and Â mentioned Â that Â the Â number Â of Â households Â receiving Â food Â on Â a Â monthly Â basis Â has Â nearly Â doubled Â in Â the Â past Â few Â years. The Â next Â project Â was Â the Â annual Â Âł6SHDN2XWÂ´FRPSHWLWLRQ7KLV\HDU four Â young Â women Â from Â Vergennes Â Union Â High Â School Â presented Â speeches Â based Â on Â Lions Â Club Â In-Â ternational Â President Â Barry Â Palmerâ€™s Â VORJDQ RI Âł)ROORZ <RXU 'UHDPÂ´ +DQQDK +DWFK ZRQ ÂżUVW SODFH RYHU her Â fellow Â presenters Â Stephanie Â An-Â derson, Â Julie Â Grace Â and Â Cassi Â King. Â Hannah Â went Â on Â to Â the Â district Â (Ver-Â mont) Â competition Â where Â she Â came Â in Â second Â place. Â This Â competition Â re-Â sults Â in Â cash Â prizes Â for Â the Â top Â three Â VSHDNHUV$GYLVHU&RRNLH6WHSDQLWLV helps Â the Â students Â prepare Â each Â year. The Â club Â also Â presented Â $500 Â to Â Vergennes Â Union Â Elementary Â School Â principal Â June Â Sargent Â to Â help Â strengthen Â the Â reading Â program Â
*UNE n *ULY s DAILY -IDDLEBURY 2ECREATION &IELDS Join us for the 2014 edition of the ever popular Panther Soccer Camp. Campers will receive instruction from Dave Saward, Menâ€™s Head Soccer coach at Middlebury College and Ron McEachen, Retired Coach of the Skidmore College Menâ€™s Soccer Team. Standout local high school and college players will also assist in the camp. Open to all children age 6-12 $125 per camper â€“ includes a camp T-Shirt. Campers must bring a ball. Shin guards are required. Registration forms available in the Middlebury Parks and Recreation office. HANNAH Â HATCH, Â A Â student Â at Â Vergennes Â Union Â High Â School, Â delivers Â her Â winning Â speech Â in Â the Â Lions Â Clubâ€™s Â annual Â Speak Â Out Â competition;Íž Â Hatch Â went Â on Â to Â take Â second Â place Â at Â the Â state Â level. Â Monetary Â prizes Â for Â the Â top Â three Â speakers Â are Â among Â the Â many Â contributions Â the Â Ver-Â gennes Â Lions Â Club Â makes Â to Â the Â community Â each Â year.
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In Â addition, Â the Â club Â sponsored Â the Â regular Â Red Â Cross Â Blood Â Drives, Â made Â donations Â for Â fuel Â assistance, Â built Â handicap-Âaccessible Â ramps Â to Â homes Â in Â Bristol Â and Â Vergennes, Â and Â made Â a Â $1,000 Â donation Â to Â the Â Boys Â and Â Girls Â Club Â of Â Greater Â Vergennes. The Â club Â also Â participated Â in Â the Â American Â Legion-Âsponsored Â Memo-Â ULDO'D\SDUDGHZLWKDĂ€RDWVHOOLQJ Ă€DJV DQG IRRG DQG FRQGXFWLQJ LWV DQQXDOFDUUDIĂ€H7KHZLQQHURIWKH car Â was Â Sara Â Leach. Â The Â monetary Â ZLQQHUV ZHUH 3KLO 2Âś%ULHQ -U DQG Julie Â Norton. Â
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State Â offers Â help Â upgrading Â home Â drinking Â water Â systems MONTPELIER Â â€” Â A Â new Â program Â is Â available Â to Â help Â Vermont Â home-Â owners Â with Â the Â cost Â of Â repairing Â or Â replacing Â failed Â residential Â waste-Â water Â and Â drinking Â water Â systems. Â The Â program, Â established Â by Â the Â Vermont Â Legislature Â in Â 2012, Â assists Â 9HUPRQWHUV ZLWK OLPLWHG ÂżQDQFLDO resources Â to Â cope Â with Â increasingly Â expensive Â failed Â systems. â€œThe Â On-Âsite Â Revolving Â Loan Â 3URJUDPÂżOOVDFULWLFDOQHHGÂ´DFFRUG-Â ing Â to Â David Â Mears, Â Commissioner Â of Â the Â Vermont Â Department Â of Â Environmental Â Conservation. Â â€œThis Â is Â a Â program Â aimed Â at Â Vermont Â homeowners, Â one Â that Â provides Â low-Â FRVW ÂżQDQFLQJ WR WKRVH IDFHG ZLWK a Â failing Â residential Â wastewater Â or Â drinking Â water Â system. Â It Â is Â unique Â in Â that Â it Â provides Â a Â viable Â option Â to Â those Â who Â demonstrate Â need, Â but Â who Â have Â already Â been Â rejected Â by Â WUDGLWLRQDOÂżQDQFLQJLQWKHFRPPHU-Â FLDOPDUNHWSODFHÂ´ The Â program Â includes Â guidelines Â to Â determine Â eligibility. Â These Â include: Â The Â system Â must Â be Â failed;Íž Â the Â loan Â
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%HQHÂżWVRIKHDWSXPSVWDONVHWDW,OVOH\ MIDDLEBURY Â â€” Â There Â will Â be Â a Â free Â public Â presentation Â on Â cold Â cli-Â mate Â heat Â pumps Â at Â 7 Â p.m. Â on Â Wednes-Â day, Â June Â 25, Â at Â the Â Ilsley Â Library Â Community Â Room Â in Â Middlebury. Â This Â informative Â presentation Â will Â be Â given Â by Â Gary Â Barnett, Â member Â of Â the Â Acorn Â Renewable Â Energy Â Co-Âop Â board, Â and Â Rick Â Shappy Â of Â Middle-Â buryâ€™s Â Structural Â Energy Â Corp. Â Due Â to Â some Â recent Â breakthroughs Â in Â air Â source Â heat Â pump Â technology, Â a Â whole Â new Â category Â of Â cold Â climate Â heat Â pumps Â that Â really Â work Â has Â hit Â the Â market Â in Â cold Â northern Â climates Â (like Â Vermontâ€™s). Â These Â heat Â pumps Â can Â save Â homeowners Â money Â on Â their Â heating Â bills Â while Â reducing Â their Â de-Â pendence Â on Â fossil Â fuels Â at Â the Â same Â time. Â â€œMini-Âsplitâ€? Â cold Â climate Â heat Â pumps Â can Â cut Â heating Â bills Â dramati-Â cally Â and Â make Â a Â home Â more Â comfort-Â able Â year Â round. Â Better Â yet, Â these Â units Â
FDQ HDVLO\ EH LQVWDOOHG DV UHWURÂżWV LQ existing Â homes. â€œCold Â climate Â heat Â pumps Â are Â a Â relatively Â recent Â arrival Â on Â the Â mar-Â ket, Â so Â a Â lot Â of Â people Â still Â donâ€™t Â know Â anything Â about Â them,â€? Â says Â Greg Â Pahl, Â Acorn Â Energy Â Co-Âop Â president. Â Â For Â many Â years, Â air Â source Â heat Â pumps Â have Â used Â an Â electrically Â pow-Â ered Â refrigeration Â cycle Â to Â move Â and Â enhance Â latent Â heat Â from Â cold Â outside Â air Â into Â indoor Â living Â spaces Â during Â the Â winter. Â Recent Â advances Â in Â ASHP Â technology Â have Â improved Â perfor-Â mance Â levels Â under Â cold Â weather Â con-Â ditions Â down Â to Â minus Â 13 Â Fahrenheit, Â making Â cold Â climate Â heat Â pumps Â (a Â new Â ASHP Â subcategory) Â an Â effective Â space Â heating Â alternative Â for Â Vermont Â and Â all Â northern Â U.S. Â regions. Â In Â the Â summer, Â CCHPs Â reverse Â the Â process Â and Â cool Â a Â home Â like Â an Â air-Â conditioner Â by Â removing Â heat Â from Â in-Â
Bristol BRISTOL Â â€” Â Lawrence Â Memorial Â Library Â at Â 40 Â North Â St. Â presents Â Pre-Â school Â Story Â Times Â in Â the Â Childrenâ€™s Â Room Â (but Â siblings Â of Â ALL Â ages Â are Â welcome) Â on Â Thursdays Â from Â 10:30 Â to Â 11:30, Â starting Â on Â June Â 26. Â Science Â Story Â Times Â explore Â the Â world Â in Â sto-Â ries, Â movement Â and Â songs Â with Â pup-Â pets Â and Â hands-Âon Â activities. Â Story Â themes Â include Â rockets, Â potions, Â ed-Â ible Â concoctions, Â shadows, Â a Â marble Â run Â and Â robots. Â A Â picnic Â lunch Â will Â be Â provided. Â Evening Â Story Â Time Â is Â back Â by Â popular Â demand Â on Â Wednesday, Â July Â 16, Â from Â 6:30 Â to Â 7:30 Â p.m. Â Â Bring Â along Â a Â stuffed Â animal Â or Â a Â doll Â to Â stay Â for Â a Â night Â of Â science Â fun Â at Â the Â library. Â Next Â morning, Â they Â will Â â€œtellâ€? Â you Â about Â it Â in Â pictures. Family Â Events Â at Â Holley Â Hall Â on Â Main Â Street, Â sponsored Â by Â the Â Four Â Town Â Libraries Â of Â Starksboro, Â Bris-Â
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read Â at Â www.lawrencelibrary.net Â or Â call Â 453-Â2366 Â and Â ask Â for Â Marita Â Bathe-ÂSchine Â for Â more Â details. Â Each Â book Â read Â or Â workshop Â attended Â equals Â one Â punch Â and Â a Â chance Â to Â win Â a Â prize. Â These Â programs Â are Â supported Â by Â the Â Vermont Â Department Â of Â Libraries, Â Five Â Town Â Friends Â of Â the Â Arts, Â Ver-Â mont Â Bicycle Â Touring, Â and Â Recycled Â Reading. Check Â out Â the Â website Â addison-Â countyreaders.org Â for Â information Â about Â Dolly Â Partonâ€™s Â Imagination Â Library, Â a Â program Â that Â sends Â a Â book Â each Â month Â to Â the Â home Â of Â each Â reg-Â istered Â child Â (birth Â through Â 5 Â years Â of Â age) Â at Â no Â cost Â to Â the Â family. Â Children Â of Â different Â ages Â receive Â different Â titles;Íž Â the Â books Â are Â carefully Â selected Â and Â are Â the Â childrenâ€™s Â to Â keep. Â At Â the Â ZHEVLWH\RXFDQÂżQGRXWKRZWREH-Â come Â involved Â and Â how Â to Â donate.
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Learn Â â€˜How Â They Â Did Â It Â in Â New Â Franceâ€™ Â at Â history Â program ADDISON Â â€” Â At Â the Â Chimney Â Point Â State Â Historic Â Site Â in Â Addi-Â son Â starting Â Saturday, Â June Â 28, Â site Â interpreter Â Karl Â Crannell Â offers Â WKHÂżUVWRIWKUHHKDQGVRQPRQWKO\ Fourth Â Saturday Â programs, Â â€œBlast Â from Â the Â Past: Â How Â They Â Did Â It Â in Â New Â France.â€? Â The Â program Â runs Â between Â 1:30 Â and Â 3:30 Â p.m. Â The Â June Â program Â looks Â at Â the Â clothing Â of Â the Â French Â soldiers Â who Â served Â
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ALCOHOLICS Â ANONYMOUS Â MIDDLEBURY Â MEETINGS Â SATURDAY: Â Discussion Â Meeting Â 9:00-Â10:00 Â AM Â at Â the Â Middlebury Â United Â Methodist Â PARTY Â RENTALS; Â CHI-Â Church. Â Discussion Â Meeting Â NA, Â flatware, Â glassware, Â 10:00-Â11:00 Â AM. Â Womenâ€™s Â linens. Â Delivery Â available. Â Meeting Â Noon-Â1:00 Â PM. Â Be-Â ginnersâ€™ Â Meeting Â 6:30-Â7:30 Â 802-Â388-Â4831. PM. Â These Â three Â meetings Â are Â held Â at Â The Â Turning Â Point Â Center Â in Â The Â Marbleworks, Â Cards Â of Â Thanks Middlebury. ST. Â JUDE, Â THANK Â YOU Â for Â ALCOHOLICS Â ANONYMOUS Â prayers Â answered. Â M.M. MIDDLEBURY Â MEETINGS Â MONDAY: Â As Â Bill Â Sees Â It Â THANKS Â HOLY Â FATHER Â and Â Meeting Â Noon-Â1:00 Â PM. Â Big Â St. Â Jude Â for Â prayers Â answered. Â Book Â Meeting Â 7:30-Â8:30 Â PM. Â V.B. Both Â held Â at Â The Â Turning Â Point Â Center Â in Â The Â Marbleworks, Â Middlebury.
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ADULT Â ALL-ÂRECOVERY Â Group Â Meeting Â for Â anyone Â over Â 18 Â who Â is Â struggling Â with Â addiction Â disorders. Â Tuesdays, Â 3-Â4 Â p.m. Â at Â the Â Turning Â Point Â Center. Â A Â great Â place Â to Â meet Â with Â your Â peers Â who Â are Â in Â re-Â covery. Â Bring Â a Â friend Â in Â recov-Â ery. Â For Â info Â call Â 802-Â388-Â4249 Â or Â 802-Â683-Â5569 Â or Â visit Â www. turningpointaddisonvt.org.
ALCOHOLICS Â ANONYMOUS Â NORTH Â FERRISBURGH Â MEETINGS: Â Sunday, Â Daily Â Reflections Â Meeting Â 6:00-Â7:00 Â PM, Â at Â the Â United Â Methodist Â Church, Â Old Â Hollow Â Rd.
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ALCOHOLICS Â ANONYMOUS Â MIDDLEBURY Â MEETINGS Â FRIDAY: Â Discussion Â Meeting Â Noon-Â1:00 Â PM Â at Â The Â Turning Â Point Â in Â The Â Marbleworks, Â Middlebury.
ALCOHOLICS Â ANONYMOUS Â MIDDLEBURY Â MEETINGS Â TUESDAY: Â 11th Â Step Â Meet-Â ing Â Noon-Â1:00 Â PM. Â ALATEEN Â Group. Â Both Â held Â at Â Turning Â Point, Â 228 Â Maple Â Street. Â 12 Â Step Â Meeting Â Noon-Â1:00 Â PM. Â ALCOHOLICS Â ANONYMOUS Â 12 Â Step Â Meeting Â 7:30-Â8:30 Â MIDDLEBURY Â MEETINGS Â PM. Â Both Â held Â at Â The Â Turning Â THURSDAY: Â Big Â Book Â Meet-Â Point Â Center Â in Â The Â Marble-Â ing Â Noon-Â1:00 Â PM Â at Â the Â works, Â Middlebury. Turning Â Point Â Center Â in Â the Â Marbleworks, Â Middlebury. Â ALCOHOLICS Â ANONYMOUS Â Speaker Â Meeting Â 7:30-Â8:30 Â MIDDLEBURY Â MEETINGS Â PM Â at Â St. Â Stephenâ€™s Â Church, Â SUNDAY: Â 12 Â Step Â Meeting Â Main Â St.(On Â the Â Green). 9:00-Â10:00 Â AM Â held Â at Â the Â Middlebury Â United Â Methodist Â ALCOHOLICS Â ANONYMOUS Â Church Â on Â N. Â Pleasant Â Street. Â MIDDLEBURY Â MEETINGS Â Discussion Â Meeting Â 1:00-Â2:00 Â WEDNESDAY: Â Big Â Book Â PM Â held Â at Â The Â Turning Â Point Â Meeting Â 7:15-Â8:15 Â AM Â is Â Center Â in Â The Â Marbleworks, Â held Â at Â the Â Middlebury Â United Â Middlebury. Methodist Â Church Â on Â N. Â Pleas-Â ant Â Street. Â Discussion Â Meet-Â ALCOHOLICS Â ANONYMOUS Â ing Â Noon-Â1:00 Â PM. Â Womenâ€™s Â NEW Â HAVEN Â MEETINGS: Â Meeting Â 5:30-Â6:30 Â PM. Â Both Â Monday, Â Big Â Book Â Meeting Â held Â at Â The Â Turning Â Point Â 7:30-Â8:30 Â PM Â at Â the Â Congre-Â Center Â in Â the Â Marbleworks, Â gational Â Church, Â New Â Haven Â Middlebury. Village Â Green.
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ALCOHOLICS Â ANONYMOUS Â RIPTON Â MEETINGS: Â Mon-Â day, Â As Â Bill Â Sees Â It Â Meet-Â ing Â 7:15-Â8:15 Â AM. Â Thursday, Â Grapevine Â Meeting Â 6:00-Â7:00 Â PM. Â Both Â held Â at Â Ripton Â Fire-Â house, Â Dugway Â Rd.
ALCOHOLICS Â ANONYMOUS Â VERGENNES Â MEETINGS: Â Sunday, Â 12 Â Step Â Meeting Â 7:00-Â8:00 Â PM. Â Friday, Â Dis-Â cussion Â Meeting Â 8:00-Â9:00 Â PM. Â Both Â held Â at Â St. Â Paulâ€™s Â Church, Â Park Â St. Â Tuesday, Â Discussion Â Meeting Â 7:00-Â8:00 Â ALCOHOLICS Â ANONYMOUS Â PM, Â at Â the Â Congregational Â BRANDON Â MEETINGS: Â Church, Â Water Â St. Monday, Â Discussion Â Meeting Â 7:30-Â8:30 Â PM. Â Wednesday, Â ARE Â YOU Â BOTHERED Â BY Â 12 Â Step Â Meeting Â 7:00-Â8:00 Â someoneâ€™s Â drinking? Â Open-Â PM. Â Friday, Â 12 Â Step Â Meeting Â ing Â Our Â Hearts Â Womenâ€™s Â 7:00-Â8:00 Â PM. Â All Â held Â at Â the Â Al-ÂAnon Â Group Â meets Â each Â St. Â Thomas Â Episcopal Â Church, Â Wednesday Â at Â 7:15 Â p.m. Â at Â RT Â 7 Â South. the Â Turning Â Point Â Center Â in Â the Â Marbleworks Â in Â Middlebury. Â ALCOHOLICS Â ANONYMOUS Â Anonymous Â and Â confiden-Â BRISTOL Â MEETINGS: Â Sun-Â tial, Â we Â share Â our Â experience, Â day, Â Discussion Â Meeting Â strength Â and Â hope Â to Â solve Â our Â 4:00-Â5:00 Â PM. Â Wednesday, Â common Â problems. 12 Â Step Â Meeting Â 7:00-Â8:00 Â PM. Â Friday, Â Big Â Book Â Meeting, Â NA Â MEETINGS Â MIDDLE-Â 6:00-Â7:00 Â PM. Â All Â held Â at Â the Â BURY: Â Mondays, Â 6pm, Â held Â Federated Â Church, Â Church Â St. at Â The Â Turning Â Point Â Center Â located Â in Â The Â Marble Â Works.
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MAKING Â RECOVERY Â EAS-Â IER Â (MRE). Â Starting Â January Â 15, Â 5:30 Â â€” Â 7:00 Â PM Â at Â The Â Turning Â Point Â Center. Â This Â will Â be Â a Â facilitated Â group Â meeting Â for Â those Â struggling Â with Â the Â decision Â to Â attend Â 12-Âstep Â programs. Â It Â will Â be Â limited Â to Â explaining Â and Â discussing Â our Â feelings Â about Â the Â 12-Âstep Â programs Â to Â create Â a Â better Â understanding Â of Â how Â they Â can Â help Â a Â person Â in Â recovery Â on Â his Â / Â her Â lifeâ€™s Â journey. Â A Â certificate Â will Â be Â issued Â at Â the Â end Â of Â all Â the Â sessions. Â Please Â bring Â a Â friend Â in Â recovery Â who Â is Â also Â contemplating Â 12-Âstep Â programs.
TEEN Â ALL-ÂRECOVERY Â Group Â Meeting Â for Â anyone Â 15-Â18 Â years Â old Â who Â is Â strug-Â gling Â with Â addiction Â disor-Â ders. Â Tuesdays, Â 4-Â5 Â p.m. Â at Â the Â Turning Â Point Â Center. Â A Â great Â place Â to Â meet Â with Â your Â NA Â MEETINGS Â MIDDLE-Â peers Â who Â are Â in Â recovery. Â BURY: Â Fridays, Â 7:30pm, Â held Â Bring Â a Â friend Â in Â recovery. Â at Â the Â Turning Â Point Â Center Â For Â info Â call Â 802-Â388-Â4249 Â or Â located Â in Â the Â Marble Â Works. 802-Â683-Â5569 Â or Â visit Â www. turningpointaddisonvt.org.
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plains Â that Â he Â volunteers Â simply Â because Â he Â enjoys Â helping Â people. Â Â For Â the Â past Â 25 Â years, Â he Â has Â volunteered Â at Â the Â Addison Â County Â Court Â Diversion Â and Â Community Â Justice Â Projects Â where Â they Â consider Â him Â to Â be Â invaluable Â for Â his Â ability Â to Â work Â with Â offenders Â and Â at-Ârisk Â youth. Â Â The Â American Â Red Â Cross Â organizers Â are Â equally Â thrilled Â to Â have Â him Â as Â a Â member Â of Â their Â Blood Â Drive Â registration Â team, Â explaining: Â Â â€œDavid Â is Â an Â exceptional Â volunteer Â â€“ Â not Â only Â is Â he Â good Â natured, Â but Â he Â is Â skillful Â with Â a Â comput-Â er, Â and Â has Â a Â wonderful Â sense Â of Â humor!â€? Â Â Thank Â you Â for Â volunteering Â , Â David. Â
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ADDISON Â COUNTY Â COURT Â DIVERSION Â and Â Community Â Justice Â Projects Â Reparative Â Board Â & Â COSA Â Program Â Co-Â ordinator Â Position. Â Strength Â based Â case Â manager Â to Â work Â with Â clients Â who Â have Â commit-Â ted Â crimes, Â victims Â of Â crimes, Â volunteers Â and Â community Â partners. Â Self-Âdirected Â team Â player, Â highly Â motivated, Â strong Â interpersonal Â skills, Â efficient Â time Â and Â case Â man-Â agement Â skills. Â Quality Â verbal Â and Â written Â communication Â skills. Â Bachelorâ€™s Â degree Â and Â previous Â work Â experience Â in Â related Â field. Â Computer Â capabilities-ÂMicrosoft Â Word, Â Excel, Â Publisher. Â Days, Â some Â evenings Â required. Â Driverâ€™s Â li-Â cense Â and Â transportation. Â Re-Â sumes Â due Â by Â 7/7 Â addressed Â to: Â Executive Â Director, Â ACCD Â & Â CJP, Â PO Â Box Â 881, Â Middle-Â bury, Â VT Â 05753.
GARAGE Â / Â MOVING Â SALE. Â 205 Â Colonial Â Drive, Â Middle-Â bury. Â June Â 28+29, Â Sat. Â & Â Sun. Â LAWN Â MOWING, Â LAWN Â rak-Â 8am-Â5pm. Â Lots Â of Â furniture Â ing. Â Brush Â trimming, Â hedge Â and Â misc. Â items. trimming. Â Power Â washing. Â MIDDLEBURY Â YARD Â SALE. Â Light Â trucking. Â Small Â carpentry Â 94 Â Woodland Â Park. Â Sat., Â June Â jobs. Â Property Â maintenance Â 28 Â from Â 8:30 Â a.m. Â Tons Â of Â trea-Â and Â repairs. Â Geneâ€™s Â Property Â sures Â for Â all Â ages Â and Â stages. Management, Â Leicester, Â VT. Â Fully Â insured. Â Call Â for Â a Â free Â MIDDLEBURY, Â 342 Â SOUTH Â St., Â 6/23 Â â€” Â 6/29, Â sunny Â days Â estimate, Â 802-Â349-Â6579. only. Â Boat Â gear, Â bike, Â antique Â LOGGING, Â LAND Â CLEAR-Â guns Â tools, Â and Â more. ING, Â forest Â management. Â Highest Â rate Â on Â all Â timber. Â S H O R E H A M , Â 6 / 2 3 Â Double Â rates Â on Â low Â grade Â THROUGH Â 6/30, Â 8am-Â6pm Â daily. Â 1050 Â Rte Â 74 Â West. Â Fur-Â chip Â wood. Â 518-Â643-Â9436. niture, Â doll Â dishes, Â and Â much, Â MISC Â GRAPHICS Â offers Â de-Â much Â more. sign Â services. Â Reasonable Â pricing, Â references. Â 8 Â years Â professional Â experience. Â BA Â degree Â in Â Graphic Â Design. Â VERGENNES Â COMMUNITY Â E-Âmail Â Mandy Â at Â miscgraph-Â YARD Â SALE. Â Saturday Â and Â firstname.lastname@example.org. Sunday, Â June Â 28th Â and Â 29th, Â
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ADDISON Â COUNTY Â HU-Â MANE Â SOCIETY Â has Â imme-Â diate Â opening Â for Â a Â p-Ât Â driver Â (1 Â day Â / Â wk) Â to Â do Â pick Â up Â and Â delivery Â of Â animal Â cremations. Â Position Â requires Â clean Â driving Â record, Â heavy Â lifting, Â attention Â to Â detail Â and Â good Â customer Â service. Â Please Â stop Â by Â shelter Â at Â 236 Â Boardman Â Street Â be-Â tween Â 12-Â5 Â Tuesday-ÂSaturday Â for Â an Â application. Â No Â phone Â calls.
HOME Â PROVIDER Â needed Â for Â a Â 49 Â year-Âold Â man Â who Â enjoys Â country Â music, Â going Â for Â rides Â in Â the Â car, Â painting, Â working Â out Â and Â watching Â TV. Â Best Â match Â could Â pro-Â vide Â support Â for Â a Â structured Â routine Â and Â some Â aspects Â of Â personal Â care Â due Â to Â a Â Trau-Â matic Â Brain Â Injury. Â Generous Â tax-Âfree Â annual Â stipend Â plus Â room Â and Â board Â payment. Â Choices Â for Â Care, Â Adult Â Family Â Home Â funded Â with Â supportive Â AMERICAN Â FLATBREAD Â IS Â team. Â Call Â Paula Â Dougherty Â HIRING Â a Â Dining Â Room Â Man-Â at Â Community Â Associates, Â ager. Â If Â you Â have Â experience Â 802-Â388-Â4021. offering Â excellent Â customer Â service, Â possess Â great Â com-Â munication Â skills, Â work Â well Â with Â a Â team, Â know Â how Â to Â motivate Â others Â and Â have Â an Â interest Â in Â delicious, Â local Â and Â organic Â food, Â please Â forward Â your Â resume Â to Â Danielle: Â Dani-Â elle@american Â flatbread.com Â or Â drop Â it Â off Â at Â the Â restaurant. Â Help Â Wanted 35-Â40 Â hours Â / Â week, Â nights Â and Â weekends Â a Â must. Â EOE.
CARPENTERS Â AND Â CON-Â STRUCTION Â LABORERS Â needed. Â Steady Â work. Â Chitten-Â den Â County. Â Pay Â commensu-Â rate Â with Â tools Â and Â experience. Â BANKRUPTCY: Â CALL Â to Â find Â 802-Â825-Â6510. out Â if Â bankruptcy Â can Â help Â you. Â Kathleen Â Walls, Â Esq. Â 802-Â388-Â1156.
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PAINTERS Â WANTED. Â We Â are Â looking Â to Â fill Â 3 Â positions Â with Â 3-Â5 Â yearsâ€™ Â interior Â and Â exterior Â experience. Â Tools, Â valid Â VT Â driverâ€™s Â license, Â and Â three Â ref-Â erences Â are Â required. Â We Â offer Â excellent Â starting Â pay Â with Â room Â for Â advancement. Â Pay Â increases Â for Â motivated Â em-Â ployees Â who Â can Â take Â charge Â and Â lead. Â Serious Â inquiries Â only. Â Call Â 802-Â453-Â5611 Â for Â an Â appointment.
Paul Â Goodrich, Â Highway Â Superintendent 420 Â Shelburne Â Rd., Â P.O. Â Box Â 88 Shelburne, Â VT Â 05482 Phone: Â Â (802) Â 316-Â1536 Fax: Â (802) Â 985-Â9550
NIGHT Â SHIFT Â COMMERCIAL Â cleaning Â position Â available, Â Middlebury. Â Flexible Â schedule. Â $12 Â / Â hour. Â No Â experience Â re-Â quired, Â will Â train. Â References, Â background Â check Â required. Â 518-Â681-Â1069.
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MECHANIC Â TO Â RUN Â our Â fleet Â shop Â and Â be Â responsible Â for Â our Â trucks, Â trailers Â and Â forklifts Â at Â a Â family Â owned Â lumber Â mill. Â Supervise Â two Â other Â people, Â maintain Â parts Â inventory Â and Â work Â with Â our Â mill Â mainte-Â nance Â manager Â as Â needed. Â Need Â an Â individual Â who Â works Â well Â with Â others Â and Â would Â like Â a Â responsible Â position Â with Â a Â fair Â amount Â of Â hands Â on Â work. Â Safety Â is Â a Â top Â priority. Â Major Â repair Â to Â engines Â or Â trans-Â missions Â normally Â sent Â out. Â Health Â insurance, Â 401(k) Â and Â competitive Â wages. Â Send Â re-Â sume Â to: Â The Â A. Â Johnson Â Co., Â 995 Â South Â 116 Â Rd., Â Bristol, Â VT Â 05443. Â 802-Â453-Â4538, Â Ken Â or Â Dave Â Johnson.
Experienced Â laborer Â needed Â for Â roadside Â mowing Â along Â Town Â roads Â and Â assistance Â with Â Highway Â Dept. Â projects. Â Approx. Â June Â â€“ Â September. Â Valid Â driverâ€™s Â license, Â clean driving Â record, Â and Â excellent Â past Â work Â record Â required. Â Some Â mechanical Â ability Â helpful. Â Attention Â to Â detail, Â adherence Â to Â safety Â policies Â and Â commitment Â to Â positive Â customer Â service Â required. Â Must Â have Â ability Â to Â work Â independently with Â minimal Â supervision.
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MIDDLEBURY UNION HIGH SCHOOL Coaching Positions Middlebury Union High School is seeking the following Coaches: .YRMSV:EVWMX](ERGI:EVWMX](ERGI Applicants must possess a strong knowledge of coaching principles with previous coaching experience preferred. Must possess strong organizational skills and the ability to communicate and relate to student athletes. Interested parties should send a resume and letter of interest to: Sean Farrell, Activities Director Middlebury Union High School 73 Charles Avenue Middlebury, VT 05753 4SWMXMSR3TIRYRXMP½PPIH)3)
MIDDLEBURY UNION HIGH SCHOOL Student Information System Manager Middlebury Union High School has a vacancy for an individual to manage student information systems; such as PowerSchool and Naviance; knowledgeable in software and hardware installations and upgrades; complete school census reports and other school reports; data entry, routine maintenance; Diagnostic and troubleshooting, supporting technology needs of designated school personnel; ability to work independently and accurately, excellent communication and documentation skills. Apply by sending a letter of interest, resume, three current reference letters, and complete transcripts to: Dr. Peter Burrows, Superintendent Addison Central Supervisory Union 49 Charles Avenue Middlebury, VT 05753 Application deadline: July 25, 2014 E.O.E
ADDISON NORTHWEST SUPERVISORY UNION FINANCIAL ASSISTANT (.50 FTE)
Addison Northwest Supervisory Union is seeking qualifed candidate for a .50 FTE Financial Assistant. Responsibilities include General Ledger maintenance and preparation of monthly financial reports for five districts. A qualified candidate should have an Associate’s Degree in Accounting and at least five year’s experience in school accounting. If interested, please apply through SchoolSpring.com or send a resume, cover letter and three current letters of reference by July 3rd to: Business Manager Addison Northwest Supervisory Union 48 Green Street, Suite 1 Vergennes, VT 05491
MIDDLEBURY UNION HIGH SCHOOL Temporary Assistant School Nurse – Long Term MUHS has an opening for a Temporary Licensed RN to assist the School Nurse. The position runs from August 21-October 30, 2014. The position requires working with students with self-care needs. Join a team that focuses on promoting a healthy and educationally supportive environment for students. Apply by sending letter of interest, resume, three current reference letters, complete transcripts and evidence of licensure to: Dr. Peter Burrows, Superintendent Addison Central Supervisory Union 49 Charles Avenue Middlebury, VT 05753 Application deadline: June 25, 2014 E.O.E
Lathrop Forest Products Seeking Truck Drivers Forestry Company looking to hire 2 full time truck drivers. Class A-CDL required. Clean driving recored. Must be able to pass drug test and physical via DOT regulations. 24 months’ experience. Local work, no travel, woods experience necessary, but will train the right candidates. Health benefits, paid vacation, federal holidays included. Looking for individuals who want roots with a company. Stop by to fill out an application: Lathrop Forest Products 44 South St, Bristol, VT. No phone calls please.
ADDISON-RUTLAND SUPERVISORY UNION VACANCIES BENSON VILLAGE SCHOOL Custodian This is a full-time position, 40 hours per week with benefits. Maintenance experience preferred. Must have the ability to work independently with a flexible schedule. For additional information, contact the Benson Village School at 802-537-2491 FAIR HAVEN UNION HIGH SCHOOL Coaches Fall 2014 tAssistant Varsity Girl’s Soccer tJV Girl’s Soccer tAssistant Varsity Boy’s Soccer For additional information, contact Activities Director at 802-265-2047 For applications, call 802-265-4905. Mail completed applications with a cover letter, resume, and three current letters of reference to: Addison-Rutland Supervisory Union 49 Main Street Fair Haven, VT 05743 Positions will remain open until filled. EOE.
Addison Natural Gas Project – Phase I
Tuesday June 24, 2014 4 to 8 PM Hannaford Career Center Middlebury, VT &RPHDQG¿QGRXWDERXW construction job opportunities on the Addison Natural Gas Project. Representatives from Over and Under, ECI and Frank Lil and Son will be on-site to present information about the project and their needs. &RPHDQG¿QGRXWLIWKHUHLVDQ opportunity for you.
Help Wanted PART TIME HELP need- ed taking care of gentle- man in wheel chair. Please call for more information. 802-771-7153.
PART-TIME CAREGIVER for 14 year old disabled boy, Mid- dlebury. Applicants must have child care experience, refer- ences, incredible patience, a strong back. Flexible hours. Criminal background check. Send resume: sstone7716@ gmail.com. PART-TIME HELP NEEDED for yard work and cleaning at Lake Champlain. Call 802-353-6188. SERVICE COORDINATOR: 37.5 and 32.5 hour posi- tions. Develop, coordinate and monitor supports for indi- viduals with disabilities. Need skills and experience (3+ yrs.) in this or related field, good boundaries, ability to identify concerns and problem-solve, excellent writing / documenta- tion skills, flexibility and adapt- ability. Qualifications also in- clude a B.A. degree and good driving record. Benefit pack- age includes medical, dental, life insurance, generous paid time-off. Respond to CSAC HR, 89 Main St., Middlebury, VT 05753; 802-388-6751, ext. 425, or visit www.csac-vt.org. SHARED LIVING PROVIDER sought, preferably in a village setting for a 21 year old man with a mild autism spectrum disorder. He has a strong in- terest in gaming, role-playing, anime and film-making. He would like to be supported by someone with similar interests or open to learning. Needs a home that can provide sup- port in daily living skills and developing a social network. Generous annual tax-free sti- pend of $27,300 plus room and board payment of around $8,400, as well as respite budget. Call Mindy Hammann at Community Associates, 802-388-4021. THE LINCOLN COOPERA- TIVE PRESCHOOL is seeking an early childhood profes- sional to assist our director in the classroom, beginning in August for the 2014/2015 school year. We are looking for an energetic, self-motivat- ed person who loves young children and enjoys imaginary play. An Associates Degree, CDA, and / or two years’ experi- ence preferred. Applications due July 1. Please submit a cover letter, resume, and 3 references to: Lincoln Co- operative Preschool, Attn: Teaching Position, 876 River Road, Lincoln, VT 05443; or to lincolnpreschoolvt@gmail. com, “attn teaching position” in the subject line.
THE STOVE DEPOT in Ferris- burgh is looking for a full-time Service Tech / Installer start- ing immediately. Tech and carpentry skills a plus, but not required. Send a resume to firstname.lastname@example.org or call 802-870-3220 and ask for Chad.
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WE Â ARE Â LOOKING Â TO Â hire Â 3 Â to Â 5 Â hard Â working Â people Â for Â the Â summer Â months Â to Â join Â our Â team Â of Â professional Â painters. Â No Â experience Â necessary, Â but Â helpful. Â This Â is Â a Â temporary Â opportunity Â which Â could Â lead Â to Â full-Âtime Â for Â the Â right Â person. Â Excellent Â starting Â pay. Â Fun Â working Â conditions, Â bonuses Â and Â pay Â increases Â for Â motivat-Â ed Â people. Â Call Â 802-Â453-Â5611 Â for Â an Â appointment.
2005 Â KEYSTONE Â COUGAR Â 5th Â wheel Â camper. Â Model Â 254. Â 1/2 Â ton Â series. Â Well Â main-Â tained. Â Slide-Âout, Â dinette, Â sofa, Â bunk Â beds, Â A/C Â / Â furnace, Â re-Â frigerator Â / Â freezer, Â storage, Â rear Â access Â hatch, Â awning, Â 2 Â TVs, Â and Â more. Â Asking Â $11,900, Â OBRO, Â 802-Â989-Â1796.
Check the Classifieds twice a week in the Addison Independent.
BUYING, Â SELLING, Â TRAD-Â ING, Â repairing: Â aluminum Â fish-Â ing Â boats, Â row Â boats, Â trailers, Â canoes, Â kayaks, Â dinghies, Â jon Â boats, Â small Â sail Â boats, Â used Â oars Â and Â boating Â access Â at Â fair Â cash Â prices. Â Old Â retired Â boatsmith Â 802-Â453-Â4235. CLAW-ÂFOOT Â BATHTUB. Â Good Â condition. Â $600, Â OBO. Â 802-Â388-Â3331.
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H O M E G R O W N , Â PA S -Â TURE-ÂRAISED Â ORGANIC Â chicken. Â Bridport Â $6.25 Â / Â lb. Â on-Âfarm Â sales. Â Unique Â op-Â portunity Â to Â see Â where Â your Â food Â is Â coming Â from Â and Â how Â it Â is Â raised. Â Call Â Adam Â at Â 802-Â349-Â2804 Â to Â confirm Â a Â time Â to Â visit Â the Â farm Â and Â pick Â up Â a Â beautiful, Â juicy, Â fla-Â vorful Â bird.
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2 Â BEDROOM Â APARTMENT Â in Â a Â quiet Â country Â setting, Â 15 Â min. Â from Â Middlebury. Â $725 Â plus Â utilities Â and Â $500 Â deposit. Â No Â pets Â or Â smoking Â please. Â 802-Â897-Â5447.
BRISTOL Â â€” Â NEW Â SCHOOL Â HOUSE Â office Â suites Â located Â in Â Bristolâ€™s Â Old Â High Â School Â complex Â on Â the Â green Â is Â now Â renting. Â Five Â separate Â one Â and Â two Â room, Â newly Â renovated, Â offices Â with Â a Â common Â wait-Â ing Â area, Â conference Â room, Â bathroom Â and Â kitchenette. Â Rent Â includes Â heat, Â electricity Â and Â shared Â wi-Âfi. Â The Â 5 Â suites Â range Â from Â 377 Â s.f. Â up Â to Â 648 Â s.f. Â Two Â of Â the Â suites Â are Â single Â rooms. Â Three Â have Â an Â inner Â and Â outer Â office. Â Newly Â re-Â finished Â floors, Â painted Â trim, Â ceiling Â fans Â and Â lighting. Â Ten-Â ants Â choose Â the Â wall Â colors. Â The Â first Â year Â of Â lease Â will Â have Â 2 Â free Â months Â and Â first Â tenant Â to Â sign Â a Â lease Â will Â get Â a Â third Â month Â free Â rent. Â Call Â 802-Â453-Â4065 Â or Â twells@ wellslaw.com Â for Â more Â info.
M I D D L E B U RY Â H O U S E Â SHARE. Â Furnished, Â W/D, Â wifi. Â Utilities Â included. Â No Â smoking Â or Â pets. Â Referenc-Â es. Â First, Â last Â and Â $300 Â se-Â curity Â deposit. Â Credit Â check. Â $600 Â / Â mo. Â Month-Âto-Âmonth. Â 802-Â989-Â3097.
SHOREHAM Â VILLAGE. Â Very Â cute Â 2 Â bedroom Â apartment. Â Washer Â / Â dryer Â hook-Âup. Â Walk-Â ing Â distance Â to Â school, Â $695 Â / Â mo. Â plus Â utilities. Â No Â smok-Â ing, Â no Â pets. Â Available Â July Â 1. Â 802-Â388-Â5411.
2 Â BEDROOM, Â FIRST Â floor Â apartment, Â with Â office, Â in Â Mid-Â dlebury Â at Â 85 Â Court Â Street. Â Full Â basement Â with Â laundry Â hook-Âups. Â Available Â June Â 1. Â $1,000 Â / Â mo. Â plus Â utilities. Â De-Â posit, Â credit Â check Â and Â ref-Â erences Â required. Â No Â pets Â or Â smoking. Â No Â exceptions. Â 802-Â352-Â6678.
2 , 0 0 0 Â S Q U A R E Â F E E T Â Professional Â office Â space Â in Â Middlebury, Â multi-Âroom. Â Ground Â level, Â parking, Â hand-Â icapped-Âaccessible. Â Available Â LINCOLN-ÂSTYLE Â ROCKING Â now. Â 802-Â558-Â6092. CHAIR, Â approx. Â 130 Â years Â old, Â in Â very Â good Â condition. Â AVAILABLE Â NOW. Â 1 Â BED-Â Upholstery Â also Â very Â good. Â ROOM Â apartments. Â Rent Â $666 Â $300. Â or Â reasonable Â offer. Â â€” Â $700, Â including Â heat. Â Great Â 802-Â453-Â4597. location, Â 30 Â minutes Â to Â Rut-Â land, Â 5 Â minutes Â to Â downtown Â MAXIM Â OUTDOOR Â WOOD Â Brandon. Â Call Â Chantel Â today Â at Â PELLET Â Furnace Â by Â Central Â 802-Â247-Â0165 Â or Â email Â cma-Â boiler Â adapts Â to Â existing Â heat-Â email@example.com. ing Â systems Â and Â heats Â with Â re-Â newable Â wood Â pellets. Â Boivin Â BRANDON Â 1 Â BEDROOM, Â Farm Â Supply, Â 802-Â475-Â4007. Beaumont Â Woods. Â $635 Â / Â mo. Â with Â heat, Â snow Â and Â trash Â THE Â BARREL Â MAN: Â 55 Â gal-Â removal. Â 802-Â773-Â9107. lon Â Plastic Â and Â Metal Â barrels. Â Several Â types: Â 55 Â gallon Â rain Â BRANDON Â 2 Â BEDROOM Â barrels Â with Â faucets, Â food Â duplex Â in Â village. Â Finished Â grade Â with Â removable Â lock-Â basement, Â deck, Â yard, Â stor-Â ing Â covers, Â plastic Â food Â grade Â age. Â $1,100 Â / Â m o. Â includes Â with Â spin-Âon Â covers Â (pickle Â heat. Â 802-Â989-Â8124. barrels). Â Also, Â 275 Â gallon Â food Â grade Â totes, Â $125 Â each. Â 55 Â BRANDON Â ONE Â BR. Â $650, Â gallon Â sand Â / Â salt Â barrels Â with Â one Â person; Â $700, Â two Â per-Â PT Â legs, Â $50 Â each. Â Delivery Â sons. Â Includes Â heat, Â snow Â and Â rubbish Â removal. Â Damage Â available. Â 802-Â453-Â4235. deposit, Â first Â monthâ€™s Â rent, Â one Â year Â lease Â required. Â No Â smok-Â ing Â or Â pets. Â 802-Â247-Â0115.
Vacation Â Rentals
ADDISON: Â LAKE Â CHAM-Â PLAIN Â waterfront Â camp. Â Beautiful Â views, Â gorgeous Â sunsets, Â private Â beach, Â dock, Â rowboat Â and Â canoe Â included. Â $600. Â weekly, Â or Â call Â for Â week-Â ends. Â 802-Â349-Â4212.
BRISTOL Â 1 Â BEDROOM, Â 2nd Â floor Â apartment. Â Rent Â includes Â heat, Â lights, Â hot Â water Â and Â rubbish. Â No Â pets, Â references Â required. Â $725 Â / Â month Â plus Â deposit. Â No Â exceptions. Â Call Â 802-Â893-Â1234.
NEW Â HAVEN Â new Â one-Âbed-Â room Â apartment Â on Â South Â Street. Â Includes Â heat Â and Â electricity. Â Single Â occupancy, Â $650; Â double, Â $750. Â Country Â setting. Â No Â smoking Â on Â prem-Â ises, Â no Â pets. Â 802-Â453-Â5826. RESPONSIBLE Â HOUSE-Â MATE Â WANTED Â to Â share Â a Â lovely Â old Â farmhouse. Â Pri-Â vate, Â nicely Â furnished, Â newly Â painted Â bedroom Â with Â at-Â tached, Â recently Â renovated Â private Â bath, Â full Â use Â of Â the Â house Â including Â kitchen Â and Â washer Â / Â dryer. Â $500 Â per Â month Â includes Â all Â utilities Â (includ-Â ing Â Wi-ÂFi). Â Cooperation Â on Â some Â meals Â is Â negotiable Â (and Â might Â be Â fun). Â Space Â for Â a Â garden Â is Â also Â available. Â Located Â on Â Snake Â Mountain, Â near Â the Â trails, Â 10 Â minutes Â from Â Middlebury Â and Â one Â hour Â to Â downtown Â Burlington. Â Avail-Â able Â July Â 1st. Â 802-Â545-Â2918 Â or Â 802-Â363-Â5302.
SOUTH Â STARKSBORO Â 2 Â bedroom Â mobile Â home Â on Â owner-Âoccupied Â lot. Â $875 Â / Â month Â plus Â utilities. Â Security Â deposit Â required. Â Includes Â W/D, Â water, Â sewer, Â trash Â removal, Â snow Â plowing Â and Â lawn Â care. Â No Â smoking, Â no Â pets. Â References Â required. Â 802-Â453-Â4856. STORAGE Â SPACES, Â 11â€™X28â€™. Â Large Â overhead Â doors, Â ex-Â tra Â high Â ceilings. Â Will Â ac-Â commodate Â large Â campers, Â boats Â or Â lots Â of Â stuff. Â Call Â 802-Â388-Â8394. WEST Â ADDISON: Â 2 Â story, Â furnished Â house Â on Â lakefront. Â Washer, Â dryer. Â No Â smoking. Â Available Â September Â through Â May. Â 860-Â653-Â8112.
BRISTOL Â 2 Â BEDROOM Â APARTMENT. Â One Â block Â from Â downtown. Â Upstairs Â and Â downstairs. Â Heat Â and Â hot Â wa-Â ter Â furnished. Â Available Â July Â 1. Â $850 Â / Â mo. Â W/D Â hookups. Â ROOM Â FOR Â PARTIAL Â rent Â in Â exchange Â for Â being Â a Â stud-Â References. Â 802-Â453-Â3818. ied Â student Â of Â art Â in Â order Â BRISTOL Â 2 Â BEDROOM, Â 1 Â to Â be Â a Â helpful Â studio Â assis-Â bath Â apartment. Â High Â ceilings, Â tant Â to Â a Â retired Â art Â professor. Â efficient Â gas Â heat, Â excellent Â 802-Â453-Â6975. condition. Â Water, Â sewer, Â and Â WiFi Â included. Â No Â pets. Â $875 Â SALISBURY Â FURNISHED Â STUDIO Â apartment. Â Nice Â / Â month. Â 802-Â635-Â9716. porch, Â like Â new Â condition. Â No Â smoking, Â no Â pets. Â Deposit Â and Â references Â required. Â In-Â cludes Â all Â utilities. Â $750 Â / Â mo. Â HOMESHARERS Â WANTED. Â 802-Â352-Â9094. Individuals, Â couples Â welcome. Â Ideally, Â should Â love Â garden-Â SELF Â STORAGE, Â 8â€™X10â€™ Â ing, Â tolerate Â housework, Â like Â units. Â Your Â lock Â and Â key, Â poetry Â and Â sewing. Â Being Â a Â $55 Â / Â m onth. Â Middlebury, Â good Â cook Â would Â help. Â $400 Â 802-Â558-Â6092. / Â m o. Â plus Â some Â hours Â of Â work. Â References Â required. Â 802-Â475-Â2112.
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DRY Â FIREWOOD Â $225 Â / Â CORD. Â Green Â firewood. Â Mixed Â hardwoods. Â $200 Â / Â cord. Â $100 Â / Â half Â cord. Â Also Â chunk Â wood Â available. Â Delivery Â avail-Â able Â at Â extra Â charge. Â Call Â 802-Â545-Â2144.
Particularly Â on Â sites Â like Â Craigslist. And Â itâ€™s Â easier Â to Â break Â the Â law Â than Â you Â might Â think. Â You Â canâ€™t Â say Â â€œno Â childrenâ€? Â or Â â€œadults Â only.â€? Â There Â is Â lots Â you Â canâ€™t Â say. Â The Â federal Â government Â is Â watching Â for Â such Â discrimination. Let Â us Â help Â you Â sift Â through Â the Â complexities Â of Â the Â Fair Â Housing Â Law. Â Stay Â legal. Â Stay Â on Â the Â right Â side Â of Â the Â nationâ€™s Â Fair Â Housing Â Law. Â Call Â the Â Addison Â Independent Â at Â (802) Â 388-Â4944. Talk Â to Â our Â sales Â professionals.
ADDISON Â COUNTY Â FIRE-Â WOOD. Â Premium Â hardwoods Â cut, Â split Â and Â delivered. Â Cus-Â tom Â sizes Â available. Â For Â honest, Â reliable Â service Â call Â 802-Â238-Â7748.
FIREWOOD; Â CUT, Â SPLIT Â and Â delivered. Â Green Â or Â sea-Â soned. Â Call Â Tom Â Shepard, Â 802-Â453-Â4285.
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FIREWOOD; Â MIXED Â HARD-Â WOOD. Â Beech, Â maple, Â oak, Â cherry, Â ash. Â Order Â early Â and Â save. Â 2 Â cord Â loads. Â Leave Â message Â 802-Â282-Â9110. MOUNTAIN Â ROAD Â FIRE-Â WOOD. Â Green Â and Â partially Â seasoned Â available. Â Oak, Â ash, Â maple, Â beech. Â Order Â now Â and Â save Â for Â next Â season. Â Cut, Â split Â and Â delivered. Â Call Â 802-Â759-Â2095.
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CLASSIFIEDS Real Â Estate 2 Â BEDROOM Â RUSTIC Â cabin Â on Â 1.7 Â acres Â in Â Salisbury Â with Â 320â€™ Â of Â Lake Â Dunmore Â frontage Â across Â Route Â 53 Â with Â sundeck Â and Â dock Â on Â water. Â Beautiful Â swimming Â a n d Â s u n s e t s . Â Q u i e t Â and Â private. Â $249,900. Â S e r i o u s , Â q u a l i f i e d Â b u y e r s Â o n l y Â p l e a s e . Â 802-Â352-Â6678. 2.12 Â ACRE Â BUILDING Â lot Â in Â Salisbury, Â 1/4 Â mile Â from Â Waterhouses Â Restaurant Â and Â Marina. Â 1285 Â West Â Shore Â Road. Â 4 Â bedroom Â septic Â installed Â with Â drilled Â well. Â 28â€™x40â€™ Â garage Â in Â place. Â $119,900. Â Call Â 802-Â352-Â6678.
4 5 Â O C E A N F R O N T Â A C R E S Â o v e r l o o k i n g Â Bay Â of Â Fundy, Â Digby Â N e c k , Â N o v a Â S c o t i a . Â Solar Â powered Â summer Â cabin. Â Complete Â privacy. Â $250,000. Â firm. Â www. fundygetaway.com FARM Â FOR Â SALE Â in Â Hinesburg. Â 214 Â acres Â includes Â 60 Â acres Â tillable, Â 60 Â acres Â pasture, Â house Â and Â barn. Â Restricted Â by Â conservation Â easement Â and Â option Â to Â purchase Â at Â ag Â value. Â Vermont Â Land Â Trust Â seeks Â buyers Â who Â will Â farm Â commercially. Â $310,000. Â Contact Â Jon Â Ramsay Â at Â 802-Â533-Â7705 Â or Â firstname.lastname@example.org. Â www. vlt.org Â / Â lafreniere. FOR Â SALE Â BY Â OWNER. Â 2 0 5 Â C o l o n i a l Â D r i v e , Â Middlebury. Â 2,166 Â sq. Â ft. Â Split Â level Â house, Â 5 Â BR, Â 2 Â baths. Â Screened-Âin Â porch Â with Â mountain Â view. Â Large Â 4 Â car Â garage, Â walking Â distance Â to Â town. Â Quiet, Â s a f e Â n e i g h b o r h o o d . Â $249,000. Â 802-Â989-Â3097. FOR Â SALE Â BY Â OWNER. Â 65 Â West Â Seminary Â St., Â Brandon, Â VT. Â 2 Â BR, Â 1 Â bath Â ranch Â within Â walking Â distance Â to Â downtown. Â Fireplace, Â wood Â floors, Â screened-Âin Â porch Â and Â one Â car Â attached Â garage. Â Full Â dry Â basement. Â Safe, Â q u i e t Â n e i g h b o r h o o d . Â $163,000. Â 802-Â989-Â3097. LEICESTER Â 6.8 Â ACRES, Â $ 5 9 , 0 0 0 . Â Ve r y Â n i c e Â building Â site Â surveyed, Â septic Â design Â included. Â Ready Â to Â build Â on, Â with Â a l l Â p e r m i t s . Â O w n e r Â financing. Â Call Â Wayne Â 802-Â257-Â7076.
Real Â Estate M I D D L E B U RY; Â 2 0 1 0 Â 1 4 â€™ X 7 0 â€™ Â h o m e , Â f r o n t Â p o r c h , Â r e a r Â d e c k , Â 2 Â s t o r a g e Â b u i l d i n g s , Â 2 Â bedrooms, Â large Â living Â room Â and Â kitchen, Â 1 Â bathroom. Â Central Â air, Â generator, Â washer Â and Â dryer, Â LP Â gas Â furnace, Â all Â kitchen Â appliances, Â fully Â furnished Â (price Â r e d u c t i o n Â w i t h o u t Â furniture). Â John Â Deere Â riding Â mower Â included. Â $52,500. Â In Â Lindale Â Park. Â 802-Â453-Â2682.
Boats 1999 Â SKI Â NAUTIQUE Â 196, Â closed Â bow. Â GT40 Â 310h.p., Â 1.23 Â to Â 1 Â trans. Â ratio, Â 330 Â hours. Â Bimini Â top. Â Excellent Â condition. Â $20,000. Â 802-Â388-Â6276, Â 802-Â349-Â7375.
Cars 1 9 7 4 Â C H R Y S L E R Â NEWPORT, Â 400 Â engine, Â original Â paint, Â no Â rust, Â mint. Â 38,000 Â miles. Â 4 Â door. Â Perfect Â interior. Â R e t a i l s Â $ 9 , 5 0 0 . Â S e l l Â $3,995. Â 802-Â349-Â4212.
2001 Â BUICK Â LESABRE Â LIMITED. Â 97K Â miles, Â loaded, Â heated Â leather Â s e a t s , Â h e a t e d Â s i d e Â mirrors, Â well Â cared Â for Â with Â maintenance Â records Â available. Â $4,000 Â OBO. Â 802-Â989-Â7073.
ABSOLUTELY Â LOVELY, Â 1 2 Â w e e k s Â o l d , Â m a l e Â / Â f e m a l e , Â $ 5 0 0 , Â p o t t y Â t r a i n e d , Â k i d -Â f r i e n d l y, Â AKC Â reg. Â with Â papers, Â shots Â and Â vaccinations. Â email@example.com, Â 2002 Â JEEP Â LIBERTY Â 802-Â865-Â5917. Limited, Â 4x4, Â sunroof. Â A K C Â E N G L I S H Â L A B Â Good Â condition. Â Retails Â PUPPIES. Â Beautiful, Â big, Â $ 8 , 0 0 0 . Â S e l l Â $ 3 , 9 9 5 . Â blocky Â pups, Â vaccination, Â 802-Â349-Â4212. deworming. Â Bred Â to Â be Â the Â â€œdo Â it Â all Â dogâ€? Â â€” Â 2002 Â MERCURY Â SABLE, Â hunting, Â obedience Â and Â power Â options. Â Good Â show Â champion Â stock. Â condition. Â $1,495. Â OBO. Â Parents Â have Â hip, Â eye Â 802-Â349-Â4212. and Â elbow Â certifications. Â 2005 Â HYUNDAI Â SANTA Â Ready Â for Â new Â homes Â FE Â LX. Â 82,000 Â MILES. Â July Â 5th. Â Serious Â inquiries Â KBB Â $8,900. Â Very Â good Â o n l y. Â 8 0 2 -Â 3 4 9 -Â 8 7 0 6 . Â c o n d i t i o n . Â $ 4 , 5 0 0 . Â Leave Â message. 802-Â388-Â2886.
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DEMO Â CARS Â FOR Â SALE. Â Drive Â home. Â Call Â for Â prices. Â 802-Â349-Â4212.
HAY Â FOR Â SALE: Â FIRST Â cut Â and Â mulch. Â Delivery Â a v a i l a b l e . Â C a l l Â f o r Â pricing. Â 802-Â453-Â4481, Â 802-Â349-Â9281.
V O L K S W A G E N Â B E E T L E , Â 5 -Â S P E E D Â s h i f t Â d i e s e l . Â 4 2 -Â 4 8 Â m.p.g. Â 110,000 Â miles Â $4,800. Â 802-Â388-Â6276 Â HAY Â FOR Â SALE: Â First Â or Â 802-Â349-Â7375. cut Â $3 Â / Â square Â bale. Â First Â cut Â round Â bales Â $ 3 0 . Â M i k e Â Q u i n n , Â Trucks end Â of Â South Â Munger Â S t r e e t , Â M i d d l e b u r y. Â 2009 Â GMC Â SIERRA Â 1/2 Â 802-Â388-Â7828. ton. Â 19,500 Â miles, Â like Â n e w. Â $ 1 8 , 7 0 0 , Â O B O . Â JD Â 74 Â RAKE, Â purchased Â 802-Â989-Â1796. new Â in Â 1999 Â â€” Â one Â owner, Â stored Â undercover Â when Â not Â in Â use. Â Very Â good Â Wanted condition Â with Â very Â good Â tires. Â Operatorâ€™s Â Manual Â ANTIQUES Â WANTED. Â included. Â Teeth Â are Â tripled Â Local Â 3rd Â generation Â with Â approx. Â two Â thirds Â d e a l e r, Â f r e e Â v e r b a l Â rubber Â and Â one Â third Â appraisals. Â Call Â Brian Â original Â spring Â steel. Â Bittner Â at Â 802-Â272-Â7527 Â or Â Asking Â $2,500. Â Call Â Nate Â visit Â www.bittnerantiques. at Â 545-Â2320. com. WHITNEYâ€™S Â CUSTOM Â FA R M Â W O R K . Â P o n d Â agitating, Â liquid Â manure Â h a u l i n g , Â d r a g Â l i n e Â aerating. Â Call Â for Â price. Â Addy Indy 462-Â2755, Â John Â Whitney.
Motorcycles 1985 Â HONDA Â 250 Â Big Â Red Â in Â good Â shape, Â $600. Â 1985 Â Honda Â 250 Â SX, Â $400. Â Call Â 802-Â453-Â3011.
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78(6'$<-81(Â‡30 RUSS Â SHOLES Â SENIOR Â CENTER Â LOWER Â LEVEL Â Â 081,&,3$/*<01$6,80Â‡0$,167 AGENDA 3/$11,1*:25.6+23Âą Â Town Â Planner Â Eric Â Blair Â will Â provide Â an Â introduction Â to Â form Â based Â zoning Â regulations Â & Â the Â concept Â of Â land Â use Â planning Â by Â transect. AGENDA Â 1. Â Call Â to Â Order Â 2. Â *Approval Â of Â Meeting Â Minutes Â of Â -XQH Â Â Â Â Â Â Â Â 3. Â *Approval Â of Â Agenda &LWL]HQ&RPPHQWV Â Â Â Â Â Â Â Â [Opportunity Â to Â raise Â or Â address Â Â Â Â Â Â Â Â Â issues Â that Â are Â not Â otherwise Â included Â Â Â Â Â Â Â Â Â Â on Â this Â agenda] 2IÂżFLDO3URFODPDWLRQRI:KLWH Â Â Â Â Â Â Â Â Cane Â Safety Â Day Â In Â Middlebury, Â 2FWREHU Â 6. Â **Town Â Plan Â Revisions Â from Â the Â Â Â Â Â Â Â Â Planning Â Commission Â 7. Â **Zoning Â By-ÂLaw Â Revisions Â from Â Â Â Â Â Â Â Â the Â Planning Â Commission Â 8. Â *Application Â for Â Hazard Â Mitigation Â Â Â Â Â Â Â Â Grant Â Program Â â€“ Â Revising Â the Â Townâ€™s Â Â Â Â Â Â Â Â Â Request Â for Â Funding Â for Â the Â Â Â Â Â Â Â Â Middlebury Â River Â Flood Â Resiliency Â Â Â Â Â Â Â Â Â Project Â into Â Two Â Phases Â â€“ Â Phase Â I, Â Â Â Â Â Â Â Â Â Final Â Design, Â and Â Phase Â 2, Â Â Â Â Â Â Â Â Â Construction $GRSW+HDOWK +XPDQ6HUYLFHV Â Â Â Â Â Â Â Â Agency Â Funding Â Policy Â 10. Â **Committee Â & Â Project Â Reports Â Â Â Â Â Â Â Â 10.a. Â Â Historic Â Powerhouse Â Project Â â€“ Â Â Â Â Â Â Â Â Meeting Â with Â Consulting Â Engineer Â -XQH Â Â Â Â Â Â Â Â 10.b. Â Â Planning Â Commission Â Meeting RI-XQH Â Â Â Â Â Â Â Â Â 10.c. Â Â Public Â Works Â Committee Â Meeting RI-XQH$ZDUG3DYLQJ%LG Â Â Â Â Â Â Â Â Â Schoolhouse Â Hill Â Road Â Agreement Â (if Â Â Â Â Â Â Â Â Â available) Â and Â Wolaver Â Request Â for Â Â Â Â Â Â Â Â Â Water Â Service Â for Â 286 Â Pulp Â Mill Â Bridge Â Â Â Â Â Â Â Â Â Road, Â Weybridge G7RZQ2IÂżFHV 5HFUHDWLRQ Â Â Â Â Â Â Â Â Facilities Â Building Â Committee Â Â 0HHWLQJRI-XQH Â Â Â Â Â Â Â Â Â 10.e. Â Â Economic Â Development Â Initiative Â Â Â Â Â Â Â Â Â Â Working Â Group Â Meeting Â of Â June Â 20, Â Â Â Â Â Â Â Â Â 10.f. Â Library Â Building Â Committee Â 0HHWLQJRI-XQH Â Â Â Â Â Â Â Â 10.g. Â Â Main Â Street Â & Â Merchants Â Row Â Â Â Â Â Â Â Â Â Railroad Â Overpass Â Bridge Â Â Â Â Â Â Â Â Â Replacements Â Â Â Â Â Â Â Â Â 11. Â **Review Â revised Â Memorandum Â Â Â Â Â Â Â Â Â Â of Â Agreement Â Between Â Town Â of Â Â Â Â Â Â Â Â Â Â Middlebury Â and Â Vermont Â Gas Â Â Â Â Â Â Â Â Â Â Systems Â for Â Addison Â Rutland Â Â Â Â Â Â Â Â Â Â Natural Â Gas Â Project Â Phase Â 2 Â Â Â Â Â Â Â Â Â (if Â available) )<%XGJHW5HSRUW Â Â Â Â Â Â Â Â 13. Â *Approval Â of Â Check Â Warrants Â Â Â Â Â Â Â Â 7RZQ0DQDJHUÂśV5HSRUW D$FFHSW7RZQ0DQDJHUÂśV Â Â Â Â Â Â Â Â Designation Â of Â an Â Acting Â Town Â Â Â Â Â Â Â Â Â Manager Â to Â serve Â in Â her Â absence Â Â Â Â Â Â Â Â for Â two Â long Â weekends Â in Â July Â Â Â Â Â Â Â Â 15. Â Board Â Member Â Concerns Â Â Â Â Â Â Â Â 16. Â *Executive Â Session Â â€“ Â If Â Needed Â Â Â Â Â Â Â Â 17. Â **Action Â on Â Matters Â Discussed Â in Â Â Â Â Â Â Â Â Â Â Executive Â Session Â 18. Â *Adjourn Â If Â you Â need Â special Â accommodations Â to Â attend Â this Â PHHWLQJSOHDVHFRQWDFWWKH7RZQ0DQDJHUÂśV2IÂżFHDW 388-Â8100 Â x-Â202 Â as Â early Â as Â possible. Â Additional Â information Â about Â most Â Agenda Â items Â is Â available Â on Â the Â Townâ€™s Â website, Â ZZZPLGGOHEXU\JRYRIÂżFHFRP, Â on Â the Â Select Â Board Â page. Â * Â Decision Â Item Â Â ** Â Possible Â Decision Â Item 6/23
Â Â Â The Â Vermont Â Agency Â of Â Transportation Â (VTrans) Â has Â from Â the Â Secretary Â of Â Agriculture, Â Food Â and Â Markets, Â a Â permit Â to Â apply Â the Â following Â herbicides: Â Garlon Â 4 Â ULTRA, Â Garlon Â 3A, Â Oust Â Extra, Â Escort, Â Krenite Â S Â and Â Rodeo Â to Â control Â unwanted Â vegetation Â along Â all Â State Â highways Â and Â airports. Â Operations Â are Â authorized Â to Â start Â approximately Â May Â 1, Â 2014 Â but Â will Â QRWEHJLQXQWLOWKHDSSURSULDWHQRWLÂżFDWLRQUHTXLUHPHQWVDUHFRPSOHWHG7KHDSSOLFDWLRQZLOO EHPDGHE\FHUWLÂżHGSHVWLFLGHDSSOLFDWRUXVLQJPHFKDQLFDOO\FRQWUROOHGHTXLSPHQWDQGKDQG controlled Â methods. Â The Â methods Â employed Â are Â intended Â to Â avoid Â or Â eliminate Â drift. Â Resident Â along Â the Â rights-Âor-Âway Â (ROW) Â are Â encouraged Â to Â protect Â sensitive Â environments Â or Â water Â supplies Â within Â 100 Â feet Â of Â the Â ROW Â limits. Â It Â is Â the Â responsibility Â of Â residents Â to Â notify Â VTrans Â of Â the Â existence Â any Â water Â supply Â adjacent Â to Â the Â Stateâ€™s Â ROW. Â Citizens Â wishing Â to Â inform Â VTrans Â are Â urged Â to Â contact Â the Â nearest Â District Â Transportation Â Administrator Â as Â follows: Â District Â 1 Â -Â Â Â Bennington Â -Â Â (802) Â 447-Â2790, Â District Â 2 Â -Â Â Dummerston Â -Â Â (802) Â 254-Â5011, Â District Â 3 Â -Â Â Rutland Â -Â Â (802) Â 786-Â5826. Â District Â 4 Â -Â Â White Â River Â Junction Â -Â Â (802) Â 295-Â8888, Â District Â 5 Â -Â Â Colchester Â -Â Â (802) Â 655-Â1580, Â District Â 6 Â -Â Â Berlin Â -Â Â (802) Â 828-Â2691, Â District Â 7 Â -Â Â St. Â Johnsbury Â -Â Â (802) Â 748-Â6670, Â District Â 8 Â -Â Â St. Â Albans Â â€“ Â (802) Â 524-Â5926, Â District Â 9 Â â€“ Â Derby Â â€“ Â (802) Â 334-Â 7KHFRQWDFWSHUVRQDWWKH6WDWH+LJKZD\'HSDUWPHQW+HDGTXDUWHUVLV$QG\6KLYHO\ Hazardous Â Materials Â Coordinator, Â One Â National Â Life Â Drive, Â Montpelier, Â VT, Â 05633-Â5001, Â (802) Â 229-Â8740. Â Contact Â can Â also Â be Â made Â using Â the Â VTrans Â Internet Â Web Â page Â at Â www.aot. state.vt.us/maint/mainthome.htm. Â Â Â The Â appropriate Â place Â to Â contact Â with Â comments Â other Â than Â VTrans Â is Â the Â Agency Â of Â Agriculture, Â Food Â and Â Markets, Â Agriculture Â Resource Â Management Â and Â Environmental Â Stewardship, Â 116 Â State Â Street, Â Montpelier, Â VT Â 05602, Â (802) Â 828-Â2431. Â The Â link Â to Â their Â web Â SDJHWKDWZRXOGGHVFULEH97UDQVKHUELFLGHDSSOLFDWLRQSHUPLWUHTXHVWFDQEHIRXQGDWwww. VermontAgriculture.com. Â Â Â Â Â Â Â Â Â Â Â Â Â Â Â Â Â Â Â Â Â Â Â Â Â Â Â Â Â Â Â Â Â Â Â Â Â Â Â 6/23
SUPERIOR COURT Addison Unit
STATE OF VERMONT
CIVIL DIVISION Docket No. 8-Â1-Â13 Ancv
Citizens Â Bank, Â N.A. Â f/k/a Â RBS Â Citizens, Â N.A., Â Plaintiff Â v. Bruce Â Donovan, Â Administrator Â of Â the Â Estate Â of Â Linda Â T. Â Aktins Â aka Â Linda Â Thorpe Â Morrison Â fka Â Linda Â Esther Â Thorpe, Â Lisa Â Stockwell, Â Patrick Â A. Â Morrison Â and Â Occupants Â residing Â at Â 219 Â Cross Â Road, Â Ferrisburgh, Â Vermont, Â Defendants Â NOTICE OF SALE Â Â Â By Â virtue Â and Â in Â execution Â of Â the Â Power Â of Â Sale Â contained Â in Â a Â certain Â mortgage Â given Â by Â Hubert Â S. Â Atkins Â (now Â deceased) Â and Â Linda Â T. Â Aktins Â aka Â Linda Â Thorpe Â Morrison Â fka Â Linda Â Esther Â Thorpe Â (now Â deceased) Â to Â Citizens Â Bank, Â N.A. Â dated Â December Â 12, Â 2005 Â and Â recorded Â in Â Volume Â 119, Â Page Â 438 Â of Â the Â Land Â Records Â of Â the Â Town Â of Â Ferrisburgh, Â of Â which Â mortgage Â the Â undersigned Â is Â the Â present Â holder, Â for Â breach Â of Â the Â conditions Â of Â said Â mortgage Â and Â for Â the Â purposes Â of Â foreclosing Â the Â same Â will Â be Â sold Â at Â Public Â Auction Â at Â 9:00 Â A.M. Â on Â July Â 8, Â 2014, Â at Â 219 Â Cross Â Road, Â Ferrisburgh, Â Vermont Â all Â and Â singular Â the Â premises Â described Â in Â said Â mortgage: Â Â To Â Wit: Being Â all Â and Â the Â same Â lands Â and Â premises Â conveyed Â to Â Lisa Â Stockwell Â and Â Patrick Â A. Â Morrison, Â reserving Â a Â life Â estate Â for Â Linda Â T. Â Atkins, Â by Â Quit Â Claim Â Deed Â of Â Linda Â T. Â Atkins Â dated Â June Â 2, Â 2010 Â and Â recorded Â June Â 10, Â 2010 Â in Â Volume Â 134, Â Page Â 504 Â of Â the Â Land Â Records Â of Â the Â Town Â of Â Ferrisburgh. Â Â A Â certain Â piece Â of Â land Â in Â Ferrisburgh Â in Â the Â County Â of Â Addison Â and Â State Â of Â Vermont Â described Â as Â follows, Â viz, Â Â Being Â all Â my Â right, Â title Â and Â interest Â in Â and Â to Â the Â following Â described Â piece Â or Â parcel Â of Â land Â together Â with Â all Â improvements Â thereon;Íž Â Â Being Â a Â part Â of Â the Â lands Â and Â premises Â conveyed Â to Â Linda Â Esther Â Thorpe, Â now Â Linda Â Thorpe Â Morrison, Â and Â George Â Roger Â Thorpe, Â by Â Warranty Â Deed Â of Â Rupert Â Thorpe Â and Â Julia Â Thorpe Â dated Â February Â 16, Â 1952, Â and Â recorded Â at Â Book Â 34 Â Pages Â 574-Â575 Â in Â the Â Ferrisburgh Â Land Â Records, Â and Â being Â more Â particularly Â described Â in Â said Â Warranty Â Deed Â as Â follows: Â Â â€œBeing Â a Â piece Â on Â the Â north Â side Â of Â the Â road Â with Â dwelling Â house Â and Â other Â buildings Â thereon, Â said Â piece Â commencing Â at Â the Â telephone Â pole Â just Â westerly Â of Â the Â house;Íž Â thence Â in Â an Â easterly Â direction Â along Â said Â road Â a Â distance Â of Â 313 Â feet, Â more Â or Â less Â to Â a Â point Â PDUNHGE\DFHPHQWPDUNHUVDLGSRLQWDOVREHLQJLGHQWLÂżHGE\DEDUEHGZLUHIHQFHWKHQFH northerly Â along Â said Â barbed Â wire Â fence Â at Â an Â approximate Â 90 Â degrees Â angle Â to Â the Â said Â road Â a Â distance Â of Â 236 Â feet Â 6 Â inches, Â more Â or Â less, Â to Â a Â point Â marked Â by Â a Â cement Â monument;Íž Â thence Â westerly Â in Â a Â line Â parallel Â with Â the Â road Â a Â distance Â of Â 313 Â feet, Â more Â or Â less, Â to Â a Â point Â marked Â by Â a Â cement Â monument;Íž Â thence Â southerly Â a Â distance Â of Â 236 Â feet, Â 6 Â inches Â more Â or Â less, Â to Â the Â point Â or Â place Â of Â beginning.â€? Â Â Terms Â of Â Sale: Â Â $10,000.00 Â to Â be Â paid Â in Â cash Â or Â cashierâ€™s Â check Â by Â purchaser Â at Â the Â time Â of Â sale, Â with Â the Â balance Â due Â at Â closing. Â Â The Â sale Â is Â subject Â to Â taxes Â due Â and Â owing Â to Â the Â Town Â of Â Ferrisburgh. Â Â The Â mortgagor Â is Â entitled Â to Â redeem Â the Â premises Â at Â any Â time Â prior Â to Â the Â sale Â by Â paying Â the Â full Â amount Â due Â under Â the Â mortgage, Â including Â the Â costs Â and Â expenses Â of Â the Â sale. Â Â Other Â terms Â to Â be Â announced Â at Â the Â sale Â or Â inquire Â at Â Lobe, Â Fortin Â & Â Rees, Â 30 Â Kimball Â Avenue, Â Ste. Â 307, Â South Â Burlington, Â VT Â 05403, Â (802) Â 660-Â9000. Â Â This Â sale Â may Â be Â cancelled Â at Â any Â time Â prior Â to Â the Â scheduled Â sale Â date Â without Â prior Â notice. Â Â Â DATED Â at Â South Â Burlington, Â Vermont Â this Â 4th Â day Â of Â June, Â 2014 Citizens Â Bank, Â N.A. Â f/k/a Â RBS Â Citizens, Â N.A. By: Â Joshua Â B. Â Lobe, Â Esq., Â Lobe, Â Fortin Â & Â Rees, Â PLC 6/9, Â 16, Â 23 Â 30 Â Kimball Â Ave., Â Ste. Â 307 Â Â South Â Burlington, Â VT Â Â 05403
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PAGE Â 30 Â â€” Â Addison Â Independent, Â Monday, Â June Â 23, Â 2014
TOWN OF LINCOLN PUBLIC NOTICE
Â The Â Lincoln Â Planning Â Commission Â will Â hold Â a Â SKETCH Â PLAN Â HEARING Â for Â Application Â #14-Â017 Â on Â Thursday, Â July Â 10, Â 2014 Â at Â 30 LQ WKH /LQFROQ 7RZQ 2IÂżFH IRU D 2-Âlot Â subdivision Â proposed Â by Â Bruce Â and Â Roberta Â Goodyear Â Parcel Â #27070357.2 Â located Â at Â 123 Â Geary Â Road. Â The Â FINAL Â HEARING Â for Â the Â above Â will Â be Â held Â IMMEDIATELY Â FOLLOWING Â the Â SKETCH Â PLAN Â HEARING. Â Information Â regarding Â the Â proposed Â subdivision Â may Â be Â seen Â at Â the Â 7RZQ2IÂżFHGXULQJQRUPDOEXVLQHVVKRXUV Any Â interested Â persons Â must Â either Â be Â present Â or Â represented Â at Â the Â Sketch Â Plan Â Hearing Â to Â receive Â party Â status. Â Â Â Â Â Â Â Â Â Â Â Â Â Â 6/23
TOWN OF LINCOLN PUBLIC NOTICE
Â Â The Â Lincoln Â Zoning Â Board Â of Â Adjustment Â will Â hold Â a Â public Â hearing Â for Â a Â Conditional Â Use Â (application Â # Â 14-Â028), Â as Â requested Â by Â Bruce Â and Â Holly Â Catlin, Â at Â the Â corner Â of Â Isham Â Hollow Â Road Â and Â Quaker Â Street, Â Lincoln, Â VT, Â Parcel Â ID Â 04040162. Â Â The Â hearing Â regards Â the Â proposed Â use Â of Â an Â outbuilding Â as Â a Â commercial Â shop. Â Â Â Said Â hearing Â will Â be Â held Â Monday, Â July Â 14, Â DWSPDWWKH/LQFROQ7RZQ2IÂżFH Participation Â in Â the Â hearing Â is Â a Â prerequisite Â to Â the Â right Â to Â take Â any Â subsequent Â appeal. Â Â Information Â concerning Â the Â application Â may Â EHVHHQDWWKH/LQFROQ7RZQ2IÂżFHGXULQJ normal Â business Â hours. Â 6/23 Â Â Will Â Sipsey, Â Lincoln Â ZBA Â Clerk
TOWN OF RIPTON PUBLIC HEARING NOTICE
Â Â Â The Â Ripton Â Planning Â Commission Â will Â hold Â a Â public Â hearing Â in Â the Â Ripton Â Town Â 2IÂżFH RQ 7XHVGD\ -XO\ DW p.m. Â to Â consider Â an Â application Â from Â 6HEDVWLDQ 0LVND UHTXHVWLQJ D WZRORWVXEGLYLVLRQRIKLVSURSHUW\DW /LQFROQ 5RDGWD[PDS XQGHU 6HFWLRQVDQGRIWKH7RZQÂśV8QLÂżHG 'HYHORSPHQW%\ODZ 7KHDSSOLFDWLRQLVDYDLODEOHIRULQVSHFWLRQ LQWKH7RZQ2IÂżFH,QWHUHVWHGSDUWLHVZKR wish Â to Â appeal Â or Â be Â heard Â at Â the Â hearing Â PD\GRVRLQSHUVRQRUPD\EHUHSUHVHQWHG E\ DQ DJHQW RU DWWRUQH\ &RPPXQLFDWLRQV UHODWLQJ WR WKH DSSOLFDWLRQ PD\ EH ÂżOHG LQ writing Â with Â the Â Commission Â either Â before Â or Â during Â the Â hearing. 1% 3DUWLFLSDWLRQ LQ WKH KHDULQJ LV QHFHVVDU\ WR HVWDEOLVK VWDWXV DV DQ ÂľLQWHUHVWHGSHUVRQÂśDQGWKHULJKWWRDSSHDOD GHFLVLRQUHQGHUHGLQWKDWKHDULQJDFFRUGLQJ WRWKHSURYLVLRQVRI96$6HFWLRQV E DQGD 3DUWLFLSDWLRQFRQVLVWV RIRIIHULQJWKURXJKRUDORUZULWWHQWHVWLPRQ\ HYLGHQFHRUDVWDWHPHQWRIFRQFHUQGLUHFWO\ related Â to Â the Â subject Â of Â the Â hearing. 5HVSHFWIXOO\VXEPLWWHG :DUUHQ%.LQJFKDLU Ripton Â Planning Â Commission
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The Â Mt. Â Abraham Â Union Â Middle/ High Â School Â Board Â is Â seeking Â a Â Bristol Â resident Â interested Â in Â serving Â on Â the Â 13-Âmember Â school Â board Â as Â a Â result Â of Â a Â recent Â vacancy. Â It Â is Â the Â responsibility Â of Â the Â Town Â School Â Board Â to Â appoint Â D TXDOLÂżHG SHUVRQ WR ÂżOO WKLV YDFDQF\ until Â an Â election Â at Â a Â special Â or Â the Â next Â annual Â meeting Â is Â held. Â Members Â of Â the Â Bristol Â community Â are Â invited Â to Â submit Â a Â letter Â of Â interest Â to Â serve Â as Â a Â board Â member Â by Â Monday Â July Â 14th. Â The Â Board Â will Â meet Â with Â interested Â individuals Â on Â Monday, Â July Â 14th Â at Â 5:30 Â PM Â at Â a Â special Â Board Â meeting Â at Â Bristol Â Elementary Â School, Â and Â will Â appoint Â the Â new Â member Â at Â that Â time. Email Â submissions Â to: Â kwheeler@ anesu.org Â or Â mail Â to Â the Â address Â below. Bristol Â Elementary Â School Â Board c/o Â David Â P. Â Adams, Â Superintendent Â of Â Schools Addison Â Northeast Â Supervisory Â Union 72 Â Munsill Â Avenue, Â Suite Â 601 Bristol, Â VT Â 05443 802-Â453-Â3657 Â x Â 20 6/19, Â 23
SUPERIOR COURT Addison Unit
TOWN OF FERRISBURGH INVITATION TO BID
Â Â SEALED Â BIDS Â FOR: Â Â Furnishing Â and Â placing Â bituminous Â materials Â at Â instructed Â locations Â will Â be Â UHFHLYHG DW WKH RIÂżFH RI WKH )HUULVEXUJK Town Â Clerk, Â P.O. Â Box Â 6, Â 3279 Â Route Â 7, Â Ferrisburgh, Â VT Â 05456 Â until Â 3PM Â on Â July Â 1st, Â 2014 Â and Â will Â be Â publicly Â opened Â and Â read Â aloud Â at Â the Â Selectboard Â meeting Â at Â 6:30pm Â on Â July Â 1st, Â 2014 Â at Â the Â Ferrisburgh Â 7RZQ&OHUNÂśV2IÂżFH 6SHFLÂżFDWLRQV IRU ELGGHUV DQG ELG IRUPV may Â be Â obtained Â without Â charge Â at Â the Â )HUULVEXUJK 7RZQ &OHUNÂśV 2IÂżFH Route Â 7, Â Ferrisburgh, Â VT. Â Â The Â Town Â of Â Ferrisburgh, Â VT Â reserves Â the Â right Â to Â waive Â any Â informalities Â in, Â or Â to Â reject Â any Â and Â all Â bids, Â or Â to Â accept Â the Â bid Â deemed Â to Â be Â in Â the Â best Â interest Â of Â the Â Town Â of Â Ferrisburgh. Â Â Â Â Â Â Â Â Â Â Â Â Â Â Â Â Â Â Â 6/12
STATE OF VERMONT
CIVIL DIVISION Docket No. 14-Â1-Â13 Ancv
Central Â Mortgage Â Company, Â Plaintiff Â Â Â Â Â Â Â v. Â Â Â Â Â Â Jennifer Â Hessel Â Smith, Â Scott Â Smith, Â Marion Â F. Â Hessel Â and Â Occupants Â residing Â at Â 140 Â Old Â Gravel Â Lane, Â Starksboro, Â Vermont, Â Defendants Â NOTICE OF SALE Â Â By Â virtue Â and Â in Â execution Â of Â the Â Power Â of Â Sale Â contained Â in Â a Â certain Â mortgage Â given Â by Â Jennifer Â Hessel Â Smith, Â Scott Â Smith Â and Â Marion Â F. Â Hessel Â to Â Mortgage Â Electronic Â Registration Â Systems, Â Inc., Â as Â nominee Â for Â CTX Â Mortgage Â Company, Â LLC Â dated Â August Â 27, Â 2008 Â and Â recorded Â in Â Volume Â 92, Â Page Â 334, Â which Â mortgage Â was Â assigned Â from Â Mortgage Â Electronic Â Registration Â Systems, Â Inc., Â as Â nominee Â for Â CTX Â Mortgage Â Company, Â LLC Â to Â Central Â Mortgage Â Company Â by Â an Â instrument Â dated Â October Â 1, Â 2012 Â and Â recorded Â on Â January Â 26, Â 2013 Â in Â Volume Â 105, Â Page Â 208 Â of Â the Â Land Â Records Â of Â the Â Town Â of Â Starksboro, Â of Â which Â mortgage Â the Â undersigned Â is Â the Â present Â holder, Â for Â breach Â of Â the Â conditions Â of Â said Â mortgage Â and Â for Â the Â purposes Â of Â foreclosing Â the Â same Â will Â be Â sold Â at Â Public Â Auction Â at Â 10:15 Â A.M. Â on Â July Â 8, Â 2014, Â at Â 140 Â Old Â Gravel Â Lane, Â Starksboro, Â Vermont Â all Â and Â singular Â the Â premises Â described Â in Â said Â mortgage: Â Â To Â Wit: Â Â Being Â all Â and Â the Â same Â lands Â and Â premises Â conveyed Â to Â Jennifer Â Hessel Â Smith, Â Scott Â Smith Â and Â Marion Â F. Â Hessel Â by Â Quit Â Claim Â Deed Â of Â Jennifer Â Hessel Â Smith Â dated Â August Â 22, Â 2008 Â and Â recorded Â September Â 4, Â 2008 Â in Â Volume Â 92, Â Page Â 331 Â of Â the Â Town Â of Â Starksboro Â Land Â Records Â and Â being Â more Â particularly Â described Â as Â follows: Â Â Being Â all Â and Â the Â same Â lands Â and Â premises Â conveyed Â to Â Jennifer Â Hessel Â Smith Â Â by Â Warranty Â Deed Â of Â Michael Â Flack Â dated Â April Â 25, Â 2006 Â and Â recorded Â May Â 1, Â 2006 Â in Â Volume Â 84 Â at Â Page Â 563 Â of Â the Â Town Â of Â Starksboro Â Land Â Records Â and Â being Â more Â particularly Â described Â as Â follows: Â Â A Â lot Â of Â land Â with Â building Â thereon Â situated Â easterly Â of Â Vermont Â Route Â 17E, Â and Â situated Â on Â the Â easterly Â side Â of Â the Â former Â highway Â leading Â southerly Â from Â Hanksville, Â so-Âcalled, Â to Â South Â Starksboro, Â so-Âcalled, Â and Â land Â being Â all Â and Â the Â same Â described Â in Â a Â Warranty Â Deed Â from Â Floyd Â N. Â Thompson Â and Â Sadie Â L. Â Thompson Â to Â the Â within Â Grantors Â dated Â June Â 15, Â 1959 Â and Â recorded Â in Â Book Â 25 Â at Â Page Â 100 Â of Â the Â Starksboro Â Land Â Records. Â Said Â land Â is Â more Â particularly Â described Â therein, Â in Â part Â as Â follows: Â Â â€œâ€ŚBeginning Â at Â a Â point Â in Â said Â easterly Â line Â of Â above Â mentioned Â highway Â and Â at Â Â the Â northwesterly Â corner Â of Â land Â of Â George Â and Â Eleanor Â Spark, Â thence Â northerly Â along Â the Â said Â easterly Â line Â of Â said Â highway Â 165 Â feet Â to Â the Â old Â road Â leading Â to Â a Â gravel Â pit, Â thence Â in Â a Â northeasterly Â direction Â along Â said Â road Â 260 Â feet Â to Â the Â Huntington Â River, Â so-Âcalled, Â thence Â southerly Â along Â the Â westerly Â bank Â of Â said Â river Â 250 Â feet Â to Â the Â said Â northerly Â line Â of Â said Â 6SHDU/DQGIHHWWRÂżUVWDERYHPHQWLRQHGKLJKZD\DQGWKHSRLQWRIEHJLQQLQJ Â Â Being Â part Â and Â parcel Â of Â the Â so-Âcalled Â Ober Â lot, Â and Â is Â part Â and Â parcel Â of Â the Â land Â described Â in Â a Â deed Â from Â Nixon Â Thompson Â to Â Floyd Â N. Â and Â Said Â L. Â Thompson Â as Â duly Â appears Â of Â record Â in Â Starksboro Â Land Â Records Â in Â Volume Â 19 Â at Â Page Â 120â€Śâ€? 6XEMHFWWRDQGEHQHÂżWWHGE\DOOULJKWVRIZD\HDVHPHQWVFRYHQDQWVSHUPLWVDQGULJKWV of Â record. Â Â Reference Â is Â hereby Â made Â to Â the Â above Â instruments Â and Â to Â the Â records Â and Â references Â contained Â therein Â in Â further Â aid Â of Â this Â description. Â Â Â Terms Â of Â Sale: Â Â $10,000.00 Â to Â be Â paid Â in Â cash Â or Â cashierâ€™s Â check Â by Â purchaser Â at Â the Â time Â of Â sale, Â with Â the Â balance Â due Â at Â closing. Â Â The Â sale Â is Â subject Â to Â taxes Â due Â and Â owing Â to Â the Â Town Â of Â Starksboro. Â Â The Â mortgagor Â is Â entitled Â to Â redeem Â the Â premises Â at Â any Â time Â prior Â to Â the Â sale Â by Â paying Â the Â full Â amount Â due Â under Â the Â mortgage, Â including Â the Â costs Â and Â expenses Â of Â the Â sale. Â Â Other Â terms Â to Â be Â announced Â at Â the Â sale Â or Â inquire Â at Â Lobe, Â Fortin Â & Â Rees, Â 30 Â Kimball Â Avenue, Â Ste. Â 307, Â South Â Burlington, Â VT Â 05403, Â (802) Â 660-Â9000. Â Â This Â sale Â may Â be Â cancelled Â at Â any Â time Â prior Â to Â the Â scheduled Â sale Â date Â without Â prior Â notice. Â DATED Â at Â South Â Burlington, Â Vermont Â this Â 4th Â day Â of Â June, Â 2014 Central Â Mortgage Â Company Â Â By: Â Joshua Â B. Â Lobe, Â Esq. Lobe, Â Fortin Â & Â Rees, Â PLC 6/9, Â 16, Â 23 Â 30 Â Kimball Â Ave., Â Ste. Â 307 Â Â South Â Burlington, Â VT Â Â 05403
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Public Notices Index
Public Notices for the following can be found in this ADDISON INDEPENDENT on Pages 29, 30 & 31
Addison County Superior Court (3) Addison Northeast Supervisory Union â€“ Bristol (1) Ferrisburgh (1) Leicester (1) Lincoln (3) Middlebury (1) New Haven (1) Ripton (1) Vermont Agency of Transportation (1)
MORTGAGEEâ€™S NOTICE OF FORECLOSURE SALE OF REAL PROPERTY UNDER 12 V.S.A. sec 4952 et seq. As Â ordered Â by Â the Â Court Â set Â forth Â below Â and Â in Â connection Â with Â a Â certain Â mortgage Â given Â by Â Kelly Â Newton Â and Â David Â Newton Â to Â National Â City Â Mortgage Â Co Â dba Â Commonwealth Â United Â Mortgage Â Company, Â dated Â November Â 23, Â 2004 Â and Â recorded Â in Â Book Â 60 Â Page Â 137 Â of Â the Â land Â records Â of Â the Â Town Â of Â Leicester, Â of Â which Â mortgage Â the Â Plaintiff Â is Â the Â pres-Â ent Â holder. Â Â In Â accordance Â with Â the Â Judgment Â Order Â and Â Decree Â of Â Foreclosure Â entered Â October Â 30, Â 2014 Â in Â the Â action Â entitled Â PNC Â Bank, Â National Â Association Â v Â Kelly Â Newton., Â by Â the Â Addison Â Unit, Â Civil Â Division, Â Vermont Â Superior Â Court, Â Docket Â No. Â 162-Â7-Â12 Â Ancv Â for Â breach Â of Â the Â conditions Â of Â said Â mortgage Â and Â for Â the Â purpose Â of Â foreclosing Â the Â same Â will Â be Â sold Â at Â Public Â Auction Â at Â 2486 Â Route Â 7, Â Leicester, Â Vermont Â on Â July Â 7, Â 2014 Â at Â 2:30 Â pm Â all Â and Â singular Â the Â premises Â described Â in Â said Â mortgage, Â Â Â To Â wit: Â Schedule Â A Mortgage Â Deed Â From Â David Â R.Newton Â and Â Kelly Â G. Â Newton Â To Â National Â City Â Mortgage Being Â all Â and Â the Â same Â lands Â and Â premises Â to Â be Â conveyed Â to Â David Â Newton Â and Â Kelly Â Newton Â by Â Warranty Â Deed Â of Â Rene Â Quenneville Â and Â Lorraine Â Quenneville Â to Â be Â recorded Â in Â the Â Town Â of Â Leicester Â Land Â Records. Being Â all Â and Â the Â same Â lands Â and Â premises Â conveyed Â to Â Rene Â Quenneville Â and Â Lor-Â raine Â Quenneville Â by Â Warranty Â Deed Â of Â Dennis Â R Â Charron Â and Â Linda Â D Â Charron Â dated Â April Â 21, Â 1976 Â and Â recorded Â at Â Book Â 31, Â Page Â 435 Â of Â the Â Town Â of Â Leicester Â Land Â Records Â and Â being Â more Â particularly Â described Â therein, Â in Â part, Â as Â follows: â€œBeing Â a Â portion Â of Â the Â same Â lands Â and Â premises Â conveyed Â to Â the Â herein Â Grantors Â by Â Warranty Â Deed Â of Â Jean Â Guy Â Quenneville Â and Â Lillian Â D. Â Quenneville, Â dated Â July Â 25, Â 1973, Â recorded Â in Â Book Â 31 Â at Â page Â 179 Â of Â the Â Leicester Â Land Â Records, Â the Â portion Â herein Â conveyed Â being Â more Â particularly Â described Â on Â a Â Survey Â Map Â entitled Â â€œPortion Â of Â Property Â of Â Gene Â Guy Â Quenneville Â et Â al, Â Addison, Â County, Â Leicester, Â Vermont,â€? Â made Â by Â Lee Â H. Â Lowell, Â dated Â September Â 4, Â 1972, Â as Â follows: Beginning Â at Â a Â point Â marked Â by Â a Â fence Â post Â and Â iron Â pipe Â on Â or Â near Â the Â westerly Â edge Â of Â the Â right Â of Â way Â of Â U Â S Â Route Â 7, Â said Â point Â being Â the Â northeasterly Â corner Â of Â lands Â of Â Howard Â Scarborough Â and Â the Â southeasterly Â corner Â of Â the Â lands Â herein Â conveyed, Thence Â go Â N Â 77 Â degrees Â 03â€™ Â W Â 250.00 Â feet Â along Â a Â wire Â fence Â and Â hedgerow Â in Â the Â northerly Â line Â of Â Scarborough Â to Â a Â point Â marked Â by Â an Â iron Â pipe, Â said Â point Â being Â the Â south-Â westerly Â comer Â of Â the Â lands Â herein Â conveyed; Thence Â go Â N Â 29 Â degrees Â 07â€™ Â E Â 205.00 Â feet Â in Â a Â blazed Â and Â painted Â line Â in Â the Â easterly Â line Â of Â lands Â retained Â by Â the Â herein Â Grantors Â and Â to Â be Â reconveyed Â by Â them Â to Â Jean Â Guy Â Quenneville Â to Â a Â point Â marked Â by Â an Â iron Â pipe Â set Â in Â stones, Â said Â point Â being Â the Â northwest-Â erly Â comer Â of Â the Â lands Â herein Â conveyed; Thence Â go Â S Â 69 Â degrees Â 06â€™ Â E Â in Â the Â southerly Â line Â of Â other Â lands Â of Â the Â said Â Jean Â Guy Â Quenneville Â four Â (4) Â distances Â as Â follows: 1) Â Â 83.00 Â feet Â to Â a Â point Â marked Â by Â an Â iron Â pipe, Â Â 2) Â Â 81.23 Â feet Â to Â a Â point Â marked Â by Â an Â iron Â pipe, 3) Â Â 74 Â 39 Â feet Â to Â a Â point Â marked Â by Â an Â iron Â pipe, 4) Â Â 4 Â 00 Â feet Â to Â a Â point Â marked Â by Â a Â painted Â spot Â on Â a Â stone Â on Â or Â near Â the Â westerly Â edge Â of Â the Â right Â of Â way Â of Â said Â highway, Â said Â point Â being Â the Â southeasterly Â corner Â of Â said Â other Â lands Â of Â said Â Jean Â Guy Â Quenneville Â and Â the Â northeasterly Â comer Â of Â the Â lands Â herein Â conveyed; Thence Â go Â S Â 29 Â degrees Â 07â€™ Â W Â 170.00 Â feet Â in Â a Â wire Â fence Â line Â on Â or Â near Â the Â westerly Â edge Â of Â the Â right Â of Â way Â of Â said Â highway Â to Â the Â point Â of Â beginning. Also Â hereby Â conveyed, Â by Â quit Â claim Â only, Â is Â all Â right, Â title Â and Â Â interest Â Â of Â the Â herein Â Â Grantors Â in Â Â and Â to Â the Â lands Â lying Â between Â the Â easterly Â boundary Â of Â the Â lands Â herein Â conveyed Â as Â described Â above Â and Â Â the Â center Â line Â of Â said Â highway. Â Reference Â is Â hereby Â made Â to Â the Â above Â instruments Â and Â to Â the Â records Â and Â references Â contained Â therein Â in Â further Â aid Â of Â this Â description. Â Terms Â of Â sale: Â Said Â premises Â will Â be Â sold Â and Â conveyed Â subject Â to Â all Â liens, Â encum-Â brances, Â unpaid Â taxes, Â tax Â titles, Â municipal Â liens Â and Â assessments, Â if Â any, Â which Â take Â precedence Â over Â the Â said Â mortgage Â above Â described. TEN Â THOUSAND Â ($10,000.00) Â Dollars Â of Â the Â purchase Â price Â must Â be Â paid Â in Â cash, Â FHUWLÂżHGFKHFNEDQNWUHDVXUHUÂśVRUFDVKLHUÂśVFKHFNDWWKHWLPHDQGSODFHRIWKHVDOHE\WKH SXUFKDVHU7KHEDODQFHRIWKHSXUFKDVHSULFHVKDOOEHSDLGLQFDVKFHUWLÂżHGFKHFNEDQN treasurerâ€™s Â or Â cashierâ€™s Â check Â within Â thirty Â (30) Â days Â after Â the Â date Â of Â sale. Â Â Â Â The Â mortgagor Â is Â entitled Â to Â redeem Â the Â premises Â at Â any Â time Â prior Â to Â the Â sale Â by Â pay-Â ing Â the Â full Â amount Â due Â under Â the Â mortgage, Â including Â the Â costs Â and Â expenses Â of Â the Â sale. Â Other Â terms Â to Â be Â announced Â at Â the Â sale. Â DATED: Â June Â 3, Â 2014 By: Â /s/: Â Amber Â L. Â Doucette, Â Esq. Amber Â L. Â Doucette, Â Esq. Bendett Â and Â McHugh, Â PC, Â 270 Â Farmington Â Ave., Â Ste. Â 151, Â Farmington, Â CT Â 06032, (860) Â 606-Â1090, Â Fax Â (860) Â 409-Â0626 6/9, Â 16, Â 23
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Sessions Â (Continued Â from Â Page Â 1) at Â Bingham Â Memorial Â School,â€? Â Ses-Â sions Â said Â in Â a Â written Â statement Â is-Â sued Â on Â Friday Â through Â the Â Addison Â Central Â Supervisory Â Union. Â â€œAs Â an Â interim Â leader, Â my Â role Â will Â be Â sup-Â porting Â the Â great Â work Â happening Â in Â Cornwall Â and Â reaching Â out Â to Â the Â community Â to Â continue Â the Â tradition Â of Â integrated, Â community-Âwide Â sup-Â port Â for Â Cornwall Â School.â€? Sessions Â will Â replace Â Bingham Â Memorial Â Principal Â Susan Â Hackett, Â who Â is Â stepping Â down Â in Â order Â to Â help Â her Â husband Â convalesce Â from Â a Â serious Â illness. Â She Â will Â continue Â to Â work Â within Â the Â ACSU Â as Â a Â part-Â time Â literacy Â specialist. Â Meanwhile, Â $&68 DQG &RUQZDOO RIÂżFLDOV ZLOO spend Â the Â next Â academic Â year Â search-Â ing Â for Â a Â permanent Â principal Â for Â the Â Bingham Â school. Peter Â Burrows, Â ACSU Â superin-Â tendent, Â said Â Sessions Â emerged Â as Â a Â ABI Â Â SESSIONS solid Â and Â logical Â choice Â for Â the Â in-Â terim Â job. â€œOur Â whole Â family Â has Â many Â fond Â Âł2XU MRE ZDV WR ÂżQG DQ LQWHULP memories Â of Â learning Â and Â playing Â who Â is Â familiar Â with Â the Â community Â in Â the Â supportive Â Cornwall Â School Â and Â an Â administrator Â who Â knows Â the Â community,â€? Â she Â said. Â â€œSome Â of Â our Â ACSU Â and Â our Â system,â€? Â Burrows Â closest Â Cornwall Â friends Â were Â made Â VDLGRQ)ULGD\Âł$ELLVDSHUIHFWÂżW at Â the Â time Â our Â children Â were Â at Â She Â has Â a Â deep Â understanding Â of Â the Â school Â together. Â I Â hope Â the Â same Â kind Â community Â and Â the Â school Â and Â will Â of Â memories Â and Â close Â connections Â do Â a Â great Â job Â stew-Â are Â being Â made Â today Â arding Â the Â school Â as Â â€œAbi is a perfect in Â a Â dynamic Â and Â car-Â we Â look Â for Â the Â next Â Ă€W6KHKDVDGHHS ing Â school Â commu-Â principal.â€? nity Â where Â children Â During Â her Â lengthy Â XQGHUVWDQGLQJ are Â challenged Â to Â take Â career Â in Â education Â in Â RIWKHFRPPXQLW\ risks, Â to Â learn, Â and Â to Â Vermont, Â Sessions Â has Â DQGWKHVFKRRO make Â the Â world Â a Â bet-Â worked Â as Â a Â school Â li-Â DQGZLOOGRDJUHDW ter Â place.â€? brarian Â in Â Ripton Â and Â MREVWHZDUGLQJ Sessions Â began Â her Â Sudbury, Â as Â an Â ele-Â career Â as Â a Â Montessori Â WKHVFKRRODVZH mentary Â school Â teach-Â teacher, Â and Â said Â she Â er Â in Â Shoreham, Â as Â a Â ORRNIRUWKHQH[W VWLOOIHHOVGHHSO\LQĂ€X-Â teacher Â trainer Â for Â the Â SULQFLSDOÂľ enced Â by Â Montessoriâ€™s Â Vermont Â Department Â â€”6XSHULQWHQGHQW philosophy Â of Â respect Â of Â Education, Â and Â as Â 3HWHU%XUURZV for Â the Â dignity Â of Â each Â a Â principal Â in Â Salis-Â childâ€™s Â unique Â path Â to Â bury, Â Roxbury Â and Â at Â learning Â and Â the Â value Â of Â hands-Âon Â the Â Sustainability Â Academy Â in Â Burl-Â learning. ingtonâ€™s Â Old Â North Â End. Â Three Â years Â â€œBeginning Â in Â late Â July, Â I Â hope Â I Â ago, Â she Â retired Â from Â the Â academy, Â can Â meet Â individually Â with Â each Â staff Â which Â under Â Sessionsâ€™ Â leadership Â member Â and Â with Â many Â of Â the Â fami-Â became Â a Â magnet Â school Â for Â the Â city. lies,â€? Â Sessions Â said Â of Â her Â immediate Â She Â is Â excited Â to Â help Â her Â local Â plans. Â â€œI Â want Â to Â know Â what Â works Â school. at Â Cornwall Â School Â and Â what Â needs Â â€œCornwall Â School Â has Â an Â excel-Â attention. Â I Â want Â to Â know Â how Â I Â can Â lent Â reputation, Â and Â I Â anticipate Â that Â support Â each Â staff Â member Â to Â do Â working Â in Â my Â own Â community Â will Â their Â best Â work. Â I Â want Â to Â know Â how Â be Â a Â joy,â€? Â Sessions Â said, Â noting Â she Â to Â best Â focus Â my Â work Â in Â support Â of Â and Â her Â husbandâ€™s Â three Â children Â at-Â student Â learning.â€? tended Â classes Â there. Â Her Â husband Â is Â Once Â her Â one-Âyear Â commitment Â U.S. Â District Â Court Â Judge Â William Â LVIXOÂżOOHGVKHSODQVWRUHWXUQWRWKH Sessions. commitments Â she Â will Â have Â to Â let Â go Â
Green Â Up Â Day Â a Â success Â in Â Orwell We Â would Â like Â to Â thank Â all Â the Â loved Â them. people Â who Â helped Â pick Â up Â the Â We Â would Â also Â like Â to Â thank Â roadside Â in Â Orwell Â for Â Green Â Up Â the Â Fortnightly Â Club Â for Â donating Â Day. Â You Â guys Â did Â an Â awe-Â money Â for Â ice Â cream Â for Â all. Â some Â job Â again. Â You Â picked Â We Â would Â also Â like Â to Â thank Â up Â 0.6 Â tons Â of Â garbage, Â six Â the Â town Â crew Â for Â helping Â tires Â and Â one Â appliance. of appreciation out, Â too. Â Great Â job Â and Â thank Â We Â would Â also Â like Â to Â you Â again Â for Â coming Â out Â thank Â Country Â Ag, Â Bux-Â and Â helping Â to Â make Â a Â big Â tonâ€™s, Â Orwell Â Gas Â & Â Go, Â Chris-Â job Â a Â small Â job. tineâ€™s, Â Pamâ€™s Â Country Â Kitchen, Â Cindy Â Watrous Â and Â Elizabeth Â Chipman Â Point Â Marina, Â Ledgehaven Â Orr Farm, Â Mike Â Christian, Â and Â Red Â Green Â Up Â Chairmen Â for Â Orwell Â Sky Â Farm Â for Â donating Â prizes Â for Â Green Â Up Â Day WKHNLGVÂś*UHHQ8SUDIĂ€H7KHNLGV Orwell
for Â a Â year, Â such Â as Â coordinator Â of Â the Â Everybody Â Wins! Â reading Â mentor-Â ing Â program Â at Â Salisbury Â Commu-Â nity Â School, Â proprietor Â of Â Good Â Life Â Gardens, Â teacher Â of Â the Â Memories Â to Â Memoirs Â writing Â workshop, Â and Â cheese Â packer Â at Â Blue Â Ledge Â Farm Â in Â Salisbury. But Â for Â now, Â her Â focus Â is Â on Â Bing-Â ham Â Memorial. â€œOne Â of Â my Â retirement Â goals Â was Â to Â reconnect Â with Â my Â town,â€? Â Ses-Â sions Â said. Â â€œI Â guess Â this Â will.â€? Cornwall Â is Â one Â of Â two Â ACSU Â el-Â ementary Â schools Â that Â will Â function Â next Â year Â with Â interim Â leaders. Â The Â other Â is Â Bridport Â Central, Â where Â former Â Mary Â Hogan Â Elementary Â School Â Principal Â Bonnie Â Bourne Â and Â current Â Ripton Â Elementary Â Principal Â Tracey Â Harrington Â will Â co-Âmanage Â the Â school Â in Â the Â wake Â of Â the Â departure Â of Â Principal Â Kath-Â leen Â Kilbourne, Â who Â is Â taking Â the Â top Â administrative Â post Â at Â Castleton Â Elementary Â School.
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NOTICE FROM REALTORS
THE Â ADDISON Â COUNTY Â BOARD Â OF Â REALTORS Â wishes Â to Â inform Â the Â SXEOLFWKDWQRWDOO%URNHUVRIUHDOHVWDWHDUH5($/72562QO\TXDOLÂżHG Realtors Â may Â use Â this Â term. Â Â It Â is Â a Â registered Â trademark. Â Realtors Â must Â abide Â by Â a Â strict Â code Â of Â ethics, Â take Â continuing Â education Â and Â attend Â lo-Â cal Â monthly Â meetings, Â annual Â state Â conferences, Â and Â yearly Â national Â conferences, Â hence Â making Â them Â better Â informed Â on Â all Â aspects Â of Â real Â estate. Â Â Your Â REALTOR Â appreciates Â your Â business.
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TOWN OF LEICESTER PLANNING COMMISSION NOTICE
Â The Â Town Â of Â Leicester Â is Â holding Â two Â interactive Â community Â forums Â on Â July Â 8th Â at Â the Â Town Â Meeting Â Hall Â at Â 44 Â Schoolhouse Â Road Â as Â part Â of Â the Â revision Â of Â our Â zoning Â bylaws Â (funded Â by Â a Â Municipal Â Planning Â Grant Â from Â the Â State Â of Â Vermont). Â Light Â refreshments Â will Â be Â served. 7KH ÂżUVW IRUXP EHJLQQLQJ DW SP ZLOO DGGUHVV EHWWHU GHÂżQLWLRQ DQG VLWLQJ RI commercial Â uses Â and Â the Â conditional Â use Â review Â which Â allows Â them. Â The Â second Â IRUXPEHJLQQLQJDWSPZLOODGGUHVVKRZ Leicester Â can Â best Â implement Â the Â recently Â passed Â Shoreland Â Protection Â legislation. Â A Â representative Â of Â the Â Stateâ€™s Â Department Â of Â Environmental Â Conservation Â will Â lead Â the Â workshop. 'RQQD6ZLQLQJWRQ&KDLU Leicester Â Planning Â Commission
TOWN OF NEW HAVEN PLANNING COMMISSION PUBLIC HEARING NOTICE
Â Â The Â New Â Haven Â Planning Â Commission Â will Â hold Â a Â Public Â Hearing Â on Â July Â 14, Â 2014 Â at Â 6:30 Â PM Â at Â the Â Town Â Hall. Â The Â purpose Â of Â the Â Public Â Hearing Â is Â to Â allow Â New Â Haven Â residents Â the Â opportunity Â to Â provide Â testimony Â on Â the Â following Â proposed Â amendments Â to Â New Â Havenâ€™s Â adopted Â Zoning Â Bylaw Â pursuant Â to Â 24 Â V.S.A. Â Â§4441. The Â proposed Â amendment Â affects Â only Â and Â PRUH VSHFLÂżFDOO\ WKH UHPDLQLQJ SRUWLRQ RI parcel Â #0787 Â on Â map Â 12, Â the Â southwest Â corner Â of Â Belden Â Falls Â Road Â and Â Route Â 7, Â not Â currently Â designated Â as Â Highway Â Commercial. Â The Â purpose Â of Â this Â proposed Â amendment Â is Â to Â change Â the Â remaining Â portion Â of Â parcel Â #0787 Â designated Â as Â â€œRural Â Agriculture Â District Â (RA-Â5 Â and Â RA-Â 10)â€? Â pursuant Â to Â sections Â 1002 Â and Â 1003 Â (NHZB) Â to Â â€œHighway Â Commercial Â District Â (HC)â€? Â pursuant Â to Â section Â 1005 Â (NHZB). Â Â Â Â Article Â II Â â€“ Â section Â 220: Â Zoning Â Map Â Â New Â Haven Â residents Â are Â invited Â and Â encouraged Â to Â participate. Â A Â more Â detailed Â summary Â of Â the Â proposed Â amendment Â is Â available Â on Â the Â Townâ€™s Â website Â (www. QHZKDYHQYWFRP DQGDWWKH7RZQ2IÂżFH Francie Â Caccavo, 6/23 Â Â Planning Â Commission Â Chair
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