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ADDISON COUNTY INDEPENDENT

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THURSDAY,  SEPTEMBER  12,  2013

ANDY KIRKALDY

Pats’  foundation   is  beginning  to   show  cracks Today’s   trivia   questions,   answers   immediately  below:   1.  What   do   Terrence   Wheatley,   Patrick   Chung,   Darius   Butler   and   Ras-­I  Dowling  have  in  common? 2.  Who   are   Corey   Hilliard,   Mike   Richardson,   Justise   Hairston,   Jake   Ingram,   Mike   Pryor,   Ted   Larson,   Markell  Carter  and  Nate  Ebner? 3.   What   did   the   San   Fran-­ cisco   49ers   trade   to   the   Baltimore   Ravens   for   An-­ quan   Boldin,   who   caught   13   passes   for   208   yards   on   Sunday   and   six   passes   for   104   yards   in   the   most  recent  Super  Bowl? Answers: 1.  A.   They   are   all   second-­round   draft  picks  of  the  New  England  Pa-­ triots  between  2008  and  2011.  B.  All   are  defensive  backs.  C.  None  are  still   with  the  team.  Not  coincidentally,  in   2009   the   Patriots   were   ranked   11th   in  the  NFL  in  passing  defense;͞  since   then  they  have  ranked  25th,  31st  and   25th  in  2010,  2011  and  2012,  respec-­ tively. 2.  They  are  every  sixth-­round  draft   pick  made  by  the  New  England  Pa-­ triots  between  2007  and  2011.  Only   Hilliard,  a  backup  right  tackle  for  the   Detroit   Lions,   and   Ebner,   a   Patriot   special-­team   player,   are   still   in   the   NFL. 3.  A   sixth-­round   draft   choice.   To   be   fair,   Boldin   carries   a   $6   million   salary,  while  sixth-­round  draft  picks   make   a   couple   hundred   thousand   dollars   if   they   make   the   team.   Still,   the   Patriots   drafted   receivers   with   second-­   and   fourth-­round   picks   this   spring,  and  neither  caught  a  pass  on   Sunday.   Another   rookie   free   agent,   Kenbrell  Thompkins,  caught  four  of   the  14  balls  quarterback  Tom  Brady   threw  in  his  direction.   ,WœV UHDOO\ KDUG WR ¿JXUH RXW KRZ (See  Kirkaldy,  Page  3B)

ScoreBOARD HIGH SCHOOL SPORTS Field Hockey 9/9  MUHS  vs.  Rice    .................................1-­1 9/9  OV  vs.  Fair  Haven  ............................  3-­0 Girls’ Soccer 6SULQJ¿HOGYV29  ..........................  7-­3 Boys’ Soccer 7ZLQ9DOOH\YV29  ...........................  6-­0 9/10  Rice  vs.  VUHS    ................................2-­1 9/10  Mt.  Abe  vs.  Fairfax    .........................  5-­0 9/10  Stowe  vs.  MUHS    ...........................  3-­0

Schedule

HIGH SCHOOL SPORTS Football 08+6DW&ROFKHVWHU  .................  7  p.m. 29DW0LOO5LYHU  ....................  7:30  p.m. 9/14  Mt.  Abe  at  Fairfax    .....................  1  p.m. 08+6DW5XWODQG  .......................7  p.m. 6SDXOGLQJDW0W$EH  ................  1  p.m. Field Hockey 9/13  Mt.  Abe  at  MUHS    ......................  4  p.m. %XUOLQJWRQDW08+6  ..................  4  p.m. 9/17  Burr  &  Burton  at  OV    ..................  4  p.m. 9/17  Mt.  Abe  at  Essex    .......................  7  p.m. 5XWODQGDW29  ...........................  4  p.m. 9/21  Mt.  Abe  at  CVU    .......................  10  a.m. 08+6DW6%XUOLQJWRQ  .............  1  p.m.

(See  Schedule,  Page  3B)

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Boys’ soccer: Eagles prevail; Tigers, OV fall

ADDISON   COUNTY   —   In   area   high  school  boys’  soccer  play  earlier   this   week,   Mount  Abraham   won   on   the  road  to  remain  unbeaten,  Middle-­ bury   lost   at   home,   and   Otter  Valley   dropped   a   road   contest.   Vergennes   Union  High  School  hosted  Rice  (see   story,  Page  1B). EAGLES The   Eagles   scored   a   convinc-­ ing   5-­0   road   win   at   BFA-­Fairfax   on   Tuesday,   improving   their   record   to   3-­0.   Mount   Abe   has   scored   14   JRDOVLQLWV¿UVWWKUHHJDPHVDQGKDV posted  two  straight  shutouts.  Against   the   Bullets,   Cale   Thygesen,   Theo   Weaver  and  Sawyer  Kamman  each   notched   a   goal   and   an   assist,   while   Rider  MacCrellish  and  Calvin  Joos   also  found  the  back  of  the  net.  Goal-­ ie  Ira  Fisher  stopped  four  shots  for   the   Eagles,   while   Brandon   Cardinal   made  12  saves  for  Fairfax.   TIGERS Also   on   Tuesday,   visiting   Stowe   scored   twice   in   the   second   half   to   pull   away   from   MUHS,   3-­0.   The   Tigers   dropped   to   0-­3   despite   nine   saves   from   goalie   Bo   Tran.   Stowe   keeper   Mark   Infante   blocked   three   &2002'25(6'$1$$0%526(-RUGDQ6WHDUQVDQG5\DQ0RULJOLRQLFKDVHDIWHUDORRVHEDOOLQIURQWRIWKH9HUJHQQHVJRDOGXULQJ7XHVGD\œV Tiger  shots.   JDPHDJDLQVW5LFH9HUJHQQHVORVWWKHJDPH OTTERS ,QGHSHQGHQWSKRWR7UHQW&DPSEHOO On   Monday,   host   Twin   Valley   blanked  OV,  6-­0.  The  Otters  dropped   to  0-­2  despite  a  21-­save  effort  from   goalie   Shane   Quenneville.   Two   Twin   Valley   goalies   combined   for   six  saves.

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By  ANDY  KIRKALDY rence   and   junior   Jake   Dombek   on   VERGENNES   —   A   Vergennes   WKHĂ€DQNV²EHJDQWRVHWXSUXQVE\ Union   High   School   boys’   soccer   junior  strikers  Liam  Hayes  and  Dana   team   with   virtually   an   entirely   new   Ambrose. starting   lineup   held   off   an   experi-­ With  less  than  three  minutes  to  go   enced   Rice   team   for   most   of   Tues-­ in  the  half,  the  ball  went  to  Ambrose   day’s   home   game,   but   the   Green   about   six   yards   off   the   left   post,   Knights   scored   with   four   with   Rice   goalie   Connor   minutes  to  go  and  left  with   “We lost Gorman   scrambling   back   a  2-­1  victory. from   the   far   side.   Am-­ the middle Rice  outshot  VUHS,  24-­ EURVH ÂżUHG EXW GHIHQGHU again. We 7,   and   controlled   most   of   Jordain  Williams  knocked   WKHÂżUVWKDOI$QGDIWHUWKH gave it back the   ball   off   the   goal   line.   Commodores   fought   back   to them, VUHS   then   earned   con-­ into   the   game   late   in   the   is what secutive   corner   kicks,   but   ÂżUVW KDOI DQG HDUO\ LQ WKH happened, could  not  convert. second,  the  Green  Knights   and they The   Commodores   kept   took   charge   again   down   pressing   early   in   the   sec-­ the   stretch.   That   pressure   reasserted. ond,  and  earned  a  penalty   paid  off  with  Hussein  Hus-­ They were kick   at   34:59.   Dombek   sein’s   game-­winner   off   a   stronger left-­footed   it   into   the   left   corner  kick  at  exactly  4:00. today than side   of   the   net,   and   the   Rice   took   the   lead   with   we were in game  was  tied.   WRJRLQWKHÂżUVWKDOI Hayes   made   one   of   a   the middle.â€? couple  strong  runs  shortly   following   a   direct   kick   from   the   right   sideline.   — VUHS coach after   that,   but   Williams   Kevin Hayes shut   it   down.   The   Com-­ Commodore   goalie   Dylan   Raymond  (six  saves)  made   modores   also   came   for-­ the   initial   stop   after   the   ball   was   ward  to  earn  two  corner  kicks  at  the   served   to   the   top   of   the   box,   and   a   31-­  and  29-­minute  marks.   second  Rice  shot  hit  a  knot  of  play-­ But   then   the   tide   turned   toward   ers  and  bounced  toward  the  left  post.   the  Green  Knights,  who  upped  their   Rice  forward  Sam  Dickin  was  there   JDPH SDUWLFXODUO\ DW PLGÂżHOG WR to  tuck  it  home.   bottle  the  Commodores  up.   That   score   seemed   to   awaken   the   VUHS   coach   Kevin   Hayes   noted   Commodores,   and   their   offensive   the  change. 9(5*(11(681,21+,*+6FKRROVHQLRU-RVK%HQQLQJVQDSVDKHDG-­ PLGÂżHOGHUV²MXQLRU/LDP*RGIUH\ “We  just  didn’t  possess  in  the  mid-­ HUXSWKHÂżHOGGXULQJ7XHVGD\ÂśVJDPHDJDLQVW5LFH (See  Soccer,  Page  2B) in  the  middle  and  senior  Shane  Law-­ ,QGHSHQGHQWSKRWR7UHQW&DPSEHOO

Sports BRIEFS 08+65LFHHDUQ WLHLQ¿HOGKRFNH\ SOUTH  BURLINGTON  —  Mid-­ GOHEXU\ 8QLRQ +LJK 6FKRRO ¿HOG hockey   and   host   Rice   settled   for   a   1-­1  tie  on  Monday.   The  Tigers  are  0-­1-­1  heading  into  a   Friday  home  game  vs.  Mount  Abra-­ ham,   while   Division   II   Rice   moved   to  1-­0-­2,  all  against  D-­I  competition. 5LFH WRRN D  ¿UVWKDOI OHDG RQ a   Sierra   Combs   goal.   The   Tigers   equalized   late   in   the   second   half,   when  Kate  Knowles  scored  on  a  pen-­ alty  corner.   Tiger  goalie  Baily  Ryan  was  cred-­ ited  with  15  saves,  while  Rice  goalie   Maura  Sheridan  recorded  four  stops.  

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AMHERST,   Mass.   —   Host   Am-­ herst   rallied   for   a   2-­1   overtime   win   over  Middlebury  on  Saturday  in  the   season  opener  for  the  Panthers.  The   Jeffs,   ranked   No.   8   in   NCAA   Divi-­ VLRQ,,,PRYHGWRZLWKWKHLUÂżIWK straight  win  over  Middlebury.     Nico   Pascual-­Leone   netted   the   game  winner  3:34  into  overtime.   The  Panthers  took  the  lead  late  in   WKH ÂżUVW KDOI RQ D +DUSHU :LOOLDPV penalty  kick.   well,  but  couldn’t  match  the  more  ex-­ Amherst   got   its   equalizer   on   a   perienced  Otters’  skills  and  passing. Greg   Singer   goal   at   63:58,   assisted   Bushey  said  so  far,  so  good  for  OV. by  Pascual-­Leone.   “We’re   really   coming   together   and   In   overtime,   Pascual-­Leone   cor-­ playing  really  as  a  team  this  year,  and   UDOOHG WKH EDOO WKDW KDG EHHQ Ă€LFNHG I  think  it’s  starting  to  show,â€?  she  said.   inside   the   six-­yard   box   and   ham-­ (See  Field  hockey,  Page  4B) mered  home  the  winning  goal.   $PKHUVWÂżQLVKHGZLWKDVKRWV advantage  and  a  12-­2  edge  in  corner   kicks.   Jeff   goalie   Thomas   Bull   had   two   saves,   while   Middlebury   net-­ PLQGHU (WKDQ &ROOLQV ÂżQLVKHG ZLWK three  stops.    

2WWHU9DOOH\¿HOGKRFNH\EODQNV6ODWHUVPRYHVWR By  ANDY  KIRKALDY BRANDON   —   The   Otter   Val-­ OH\ 8QLRQ +LJK 6FKRRO ¿HOG KRFNH\ team’s  early-­season  roll  continued  on   Monday,   when   the   Otters   earned   a   convincing  3-­0  win  over  visiting  Fair   Haven.

OV   improved   to   4-­0   by   defeating   the   0-­3   Slaters   and   has   outscored   its   opposition  by  12-­2. On   Monday,   senior   co-­captain   and   four-­year   starter   Brittany   Bushey   sparked   the   offense   with   two   goals,   while   the   OV   defense   allowed   just  

one   shot   on   freshman   goalie   Myliah   McDonough,   who   earned   her   third   straight  shutout. The   Otters   also   showed   crisp   ball   movement   to   go   with   strong   hitting   as   they   controlled   play   throughout.   The  Slaters  worked  hard  and  defended  

Moulton  paces  Tigers   WRVHFRQGSODFHÂżQLVK ESSEX  â&#x20AC;&#x201D;  Middlebury  Union  High   School  senior  Max  Moulton  won  the   Division  II  boysâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;  race  at  the  Essex  In-­ vitational  on  Saturday,  helping  the  Ti-­ JHUER\VWRDVHFRQGSODFHÂżQLVKLQD tight  battle  with  Montpelier.  Moulton   ÂżQLVKHGWKH.UDFHLQQHDUO\ seven  seconds  ahead  of  second-­place   Will  LaCroix  of  Rice. Ryan  Biette,  a  junior,  also  cracked   the  top  10  for  MUHS,  but  the  Solons   HGJHG WKH 7LJHUV IRU ÂżUVW SODFH LQ team  scoring,  50-­56.   0,''/(%85< 81,21 +,*+ 6FKRROVRSKRPRUH'DYLG'UHJDOLR OHIW DQG VHQLRU 6DP )HUJXVRQ SODFHGWKDQGWKUHVSHFWLYHO\ WR KHOS WKHLU WHDP SODFH VHFRQG RYHUDOOLQWKHER\VÂś'LYLVLRQ,,.DW WKH(VVH[,QYLWDWLRQDOFURVVFRXQ-­ WU\PHHWRQ6DWXUGD\ 3KRWRFRXUWHV\$QQH&KDERW

The   Eagle   boys   were   seventh   in   D-­II,   scoring   159   points.   Mount   Abraham   junior   Chris   Carter   took   15th  for  the  top  Eagle  effort.   Vergennes   Union   High   School   only   started   four   boys   and   did   not   score   as   a   team.   Sophomore   Silas   Mullin  took  44th  at  the  major  early-­ season   event   to   pace   the   Commo-­ dores.   2QWKHJLUOVÂśVLGHWKHWRSORFDOÂżQ-­ isher   was   Eagle   senior   Natalie   May   LQWK7KH(DJOHJLUOVZHUHÂżIWKRXW of  nine  teams  with  150  points.   Emily   Fleming   took   35th   to   pace   the  Tigers,  who  were  seventh  in  D-­II   with  179  points.  VUHS  did  not  com-­ pete  in  the  girlsâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;  race. The  complete  boysâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;  teamsâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;  scores   were:   1.   Montpelier,   50;Íž   2.   MUHS,   (See  Cross  Country,  Page  4B)

:RPHQÂśVVRFFHU ORVHVWR$PKHUVW AMHERST,  Mass.  â&#x20AC;&#x201D;  The  Middle-­ bury   College   womenâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s   soccer   team   fell  in  overtime,  1-­0,  to  NESCAC  foe   Amherst  on  Saturday  at  Amherst  in  the   season  opener  for  both  teams. The  Jeffsâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;  Megan  Kim  scored  seven   minutes  into  the  extra  session  to  give   her  team  the  win  in  a  statistically  even   battle.   The   Jeffs   outshot   Middlebury   in   WKH ÂżUVW KDOI  ZLWK RQO\ 6FDUOHWW Kirk  launching  a  bid  for  the  Panthers.   Middlebury   played   stronger   after   the   EUHDN DQG WKH -HIIV ÂżQLVKHG ZLWK DQ 8-­7  edge  in  shots. Middlebury  goalie  Elizabeth  Foody   made  four  saves,  and  Amherstâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s  Holly   %XUZLFNVWRSSHGÂżYHVKRWV


PAGE  2B  â&#x20AC;&#x201D;  Addison  Independent,  Thursday,  September  12,  2013

COMMODORE  JUNIOR  DANA  Ambrose  gets  his  head  on  the  ball  during  Tuesdayâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s  game  against  Rice.

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(Continued  from  Page  1B) dle,  which  we  wanted  to  do.  And  we   werenâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;t  winning  any  air  balls,  which   we   normally   can   do,â&#x20AC;?   Hayes   said.   â&#x20AC;&#x153;We  lost  the  middle  again.  We  gave  it   back  to  them,  is  what  happened,  and   they   reasserted.   They   were   stronger   today  than  we  were  in  the  middle.â&#x20AC;? Still,   the   VUHS   defense   of   se-­ nior   Ryan   Moriglioni   in   the   middle   and  juniors  Ryan  McEntee  and  Elan   +XJR RQ WKH Ă&#x20AC;DQNV ZLWK KHOS IURP VHQLRU GHIHQVLYH PLGÂżHOGHUV -RVK %HQQLQJDQG-RUGDQ6WHDUQV²ZKR SOD\HGDVWURQJJDPH²KHOGIDVWIRU most  of  the  rest  of  the  way.   â&#x20AC;&#x153;They   work   well   together,   and   theyâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;re   learning   as   we   go   forward,â&#x20AC;?   Hayes  said  of  his  defense. Raymond   contributed   by   tipping   a   direct   kick   over   the   bar,   stopping   a  rebound  bid  after  one  of  two  saves   made  by  defenders  down  the  stretch,   and  twice  denying  Dickin.   %XW5LFHFRQQHFWHGRQLWVÂżIWKFRU-­ ner  kick  of  the  half.  The  ball  went  to   Spencer  Beattie  at  the  top  of  the  box.   Beattie  shot  low  toward  the  left  post,   where  the  waiting  Hussein  one-­timed   it   home.   Rice   then   played   ball-­con-­ trol   and   ran   out   the   remaining   four   minutes. Coach  Hayes  said  his  1-­1  team  did   not   show   its   skills   as   well   as   it   did   in   its   opening   comeback   win   over   Stowe.   â&#x20AC;&#x153;We   had   some   opportunities,   but   we   didnâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;t   execute   when   we   needed   the   simple   stuff.   We   didnâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;t   execute   the  little  things  today,  which  is  unfor-­ tunate.  Weâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;re  a  much  better  ball-­pos-­ session  team  than  we  looked  today,â&#x20AC;?  

COMMODORE  SOPHOMORE  AARON  Gaines  tangles  with  Rice  sopho-­ more  James  Raymond  during  Tuesdayâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s  game  in  Vergennes.  The  Com-­ modores  lost  the  game,  2-­1. Independent  photo/Trent  Campbell

Hayes  said.  â&#x20AC;&#x153;We  didnâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;t  come  out  of  it   portunities.  But  â&#x20AC;Ś  weâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;ve  got  a  young   XQWLOWKHHQGRIWKHÂżUVWKDOIDQGWKHQ team.   Theyâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;ll   get   there.   Weâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;ve   got   we   came   off   our   heels   and   started   some  talent.  We  can  move  the  ball.â&#x20AC;? JHWWLQJ VRPH FRQÂżGHQFH VRPH RS-­

Migratory  bird  season  dates  OKâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;d 02173(/,(5 ² 7KH 9HUPRQW plain   and   Interior   Vermont   Zones.   In   Fish   &   Wildlife   Board   approved   the   the  Connecticut  River  Zone,  the  Cana-­ 2013   migratory   bird   hunting   season   da  goose  season  will  be  Oct.  2-­Nov.  3,   dates  at  its  Aug.  14  meeting  in  Mont-­ and  Nov.19-­Dec.  15  with  a  daily  bag   pelier.   limit  of  two  Canada  geese.   A  printable  copy  of  the   Vermontâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s Duck   season   this   fall   regulations   can   be   down-­ youth wateropens   on   Wednesday,   loaded   from   the   Vermont   fowl huntOct.  9,  in  the  Lake  Cham-­ Fish   &   Wildlife   Depart-­ ing weekend plain  and  Interior  Vermont   ment   website   (www.vt-­ will be Sept. Zones,  and  on  Oct.  2  in  the   ÂżVKDQGZLOGOLIHFRP  $ Connecticut   River   Zone.   28 and 29. printed   version   also   will   The  Lake  Champlain  Zone   be   available   from   license   Resident and has   a   split   season   (Oct.   DJHQWVDQGSRVWRIÂżFHVLQ nonresident DQG2FW'HF  early  September. The  Interior  Vermont  Zone   hunters 15 A   statewide   Vermont   years of age or is   a   straight   season   (Oct.   open   hunting   season   for   younger may 'HF 7KH &RQQHFWLFXW Canada   geese   runs   Sept.   River  Zone  is  a  split  season   3-­25.  The  daily  bag  limit  is   hunt ducks (Oct.  2-­Nov.  3  and  Nov.19-­ ÂżYH &DQDGD JHHVH H[FHSW and geese 'HF  in  that  portion  of  the  Lake   statewide durVermontâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s   youth   wa-­ Champlain   Zone   within   ing this season terfowl   hunting   weekend   Addison   County   north   of   while accomwill   be   Sept.   28   and   29.   Route  125,  where  the  lim-­ and   nonresident   panied by an Resident   it  will  be  two  per  day.  The   hunters  15  years  of  age  or   purpose  of  the  September   adult 18 or younger   may   hunt   ducks   season   is   to   help   control   older. and  geese  statewide  during   Vermontâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s   resident   Cana-­ this   season   while   accom-­ da  goose  population  prior  to  the  arrival   panied   by   an   adult   18   or   older.   Both   of  Canada  geese  migrating  south  from   must   have   Vermont   hunting   licenses.   Canada. 7KHDGXOWPD\QRWKXQWRUFDUU\DÂżUH-­ A   second   Canada   goose   hunting   arm.  The  youth  and  the  adult  are  not   season,   which   targets   both   resident   required  to  hold  state  or  federal  duck   and   migrant   birds,   will   be   held   Oct.   stamps  on  this  weekend. 10-­  Nov.  28  with  a  daily  bag  limit  of   Woodcock   hunting   season   is   Oct.   three  Canada  geese  in  the  Lake  Cham-­ 1-­Nov.  14  statewide  with  a  three-­bird  

bag  limit. A   waterfowl   hunter   16   or   older   must   carry   current   federal   and   Ver-­ mont   duck   stamps   in   order   to   hunt   waterfowl  in  Vermont.  Federal  stamps   DUH VROG DW SRVW RIÂżFHV 6WDWH GXFN stamps  are  available  on  Vermont  Fish   :LOGOLIHÂśVZHEVLWH ZZZYWÂżVKDQG-­ ZLOGOLIHFRP DQGIURPOLFHQVHDJHQWV The  hunter  must  sign  the  federal  duck   stamp. All   migratory   game   bird   hunters   must   be   registered   with   the   Har-­ YHVW ,QIRUPDWLRQ 3URJUDP +,3  You   can   register   on   Vermont   Fish   &  Wildlifeâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s  website  or  call  toll-­free   1-­877-­306-­7091.   After   providing   some   basic   information,   you   will   receive   your   annual   H.I.P.   registra-­ tion  number,  which  you  then  need  to   record   in   the   H.I.P.   section   of   your   hunting  license. The  hunting  season  dates,  bag  lim-­ its  and  related  regulations  for  all  mi-­ gratory  birds  are  set  annually  in  Au-­ gust  within  a  framework  established   by   the   U.S.   Fish   and   Wildlife   Ser-­ vice,   and   in   coordination   with   New   York  and  New  Hampshire. Waterfowl   season   dates   and   bag   limits   are   set   in   three   zones:   Lake   Champlain,   Interior   Vermont,   and   Connecticut  River.  The  New  Hamp-­ shire   Fish   and   Game   Department   sets  the  season  dates  and  bag  limits   for  the  Connecticut  River  Zone.


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3DQWKHUÂżHOGKRFNH\ZLQVLQ27 AMHERST,   Mass.   â&#x20AC;&#x201D;   The   Mid-­ GOHEXU\&ROOHJHÂżHOGKRFNH\WHDP ranked  No.  6  in  NCAA  Division  III   in  the  preseason,  edged  host  No.  16   $PKHUVW RQ 6DWXUGD\  LQ RYHU-­ WLPHLQZKDWZDVWKHVHDVRQRSHQHU for  both  teams. 3DQWKHU&DWKHULQH)RZOHUVFRUHG three   goals,   including   the   game-­ ZLQQHU LQ RYHUWLPH WR VSDUN WKH 3DQWKHUV ZKR ZHUH VHW WR KRVW 6W /DZUHQFH RQ :HGQHVGD\ DQG ZLOO WUDYHO WR PHHW 1R  %RZGRLQ RQ Saturday.   )RZOHUPDGHLWRQDÂżUVWKDOI penalty  stroke,  and  later  made  it  2-­0   by   converting   a   feed   from   Bridget  

Instrum.   The  Jeffsâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;  Annika  Nygren  made  it   ZLWKDQDVVLVWIURP.LUVWD=VLW-­ vay,  and  that  score  held  at  the  half. Madeline   Tank   knotted   things   at   2-­2   early   in   the   second   half,   but   0LGGOHEXU\UHJDLQHGWKHOHDGZKHQ )RZOHUVHWXS+DQQDK'HRXORQWKH right  post.   Less   than   a   minute   later,   Tank   netted  the  second  of  the  game  off  a   scramble.  With  less  than  10  minutes   WRSOD\=VLWYD\ORRNHGWREHLQDORQH RQDEUHDNDZD\EXW3DQWKHUJRDOLH (PLO\.QDSSFDPHRXWDQGNQRFNHG WKH EDOO DZD\ EHIRUH WKH IRUZDUG could  put  a  shot  on  net.

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+XQWHUHGXFDWLRQVLJQXSRIIHUHGRQOLQH VERMONT   â&#x20AC;&#x201D;   The   Vermont  Fish  and  Wildlife   Department   is   encourag-­ LQJQHZKXQWHUVWRVLJQXS QRZ IRU D KXQWHU HGXFD-­ tion   course   through   its   QHZ RQOLQH UHJLVWUDWLRQ V\VWHP 7KH QHZ V\VWHP DOORZV KXQWHUV WR VHDUFK for   courses   in   their   area   and   to  enroll  online. $OO QHZ KXQWHUV WUDSSHUV DQG ERZKXQWHUV LQ 9HUPRQW PXVW pass  the  required  hunter  education   course  before  purchasing  a  license.   Courses   are   offered   in   either   a   classroom  environment  or  through   a  homestudy  program.  Both  class-­ room   and   homestudy   course   op-­ WLRQV LQFOXGH D ÂżHOG FRPSRQHQW ZLWKDQLQVWUXFWRU â&#x20AC;&#x153;The   homestudy   program   has   SURYHQ YHU\ VXFFHVVIXO LQ DOORZ-­ LQJKXQWHUVWRÂżWDFRXUVHLQWRWKHLU EXV\ VFKHGXOHV´ VDLG &KULV 6DXQ-­ ders,   Vermontâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s   hunter   education  

Kirkaldy (Continued  from  Page  1B) much   salary   cap   room   the   Patriots   have.  One  source  lists  their  payroll  at   about  $104  million,  and  another  pegs   their  cap  at  roughly  $118  million,  but   probably  there  is  dead  money,  so  to   speak,   to   add   to   the   simple   payroll   ÂżJXUH OLNH ZKDW WKH WHDP RZHV DO-­ leged   murderer   Aaron   Hernandez.   5HJDUGOHVVRQHZLVKHVWKH\KDGVHQW the   equivalent   of   Nate   Ebner   and   $250,000  for  Anquan  Boldin  and  $6   PLOOLRQJLYHQWKDW%UDG\LVQRZ \HDUV ROG DQG \RX KDYH WR ZRQGHU KRZPDQ\\HDUVKHKDVOHIW Again,   to   be   fair,   Bill   Belichick   has   made   some   smart   draft   picks   in   recent   years.   Linemen   Sebastian   Vollmer   and   Nate   Solder   are   start-­ ers,  Jerod  Mayo  is  a  solid  linebacker,   running   backs   Stevan   Ridley   and   Shane   Vereen   look   good,   defensive   HQG&KDQGOHU-RQHVKDVVKRZQĂ&#x20AC;DVK-­ HV5RE*URQNRZVNLLVDQDOOZRUOG tight   end,   and   Alfonzo   Dennard   should   be   a   good   defensive   back   if   he  can  stay  out  of  jail. But   add   Ron   Brace,   Jermaine   Cunningham   and   Tavon   Wilson   to   the  list  second-­round  busts,  although   :LOVRQ D VDIHW\ LV VWLOO ZLWK WKH team.  And  nobody  except  Belichick   thought  Rutgers  defensive  backs  Lo-­ JDQ 5\DQ DQG 'XURQ +DUPRQ ZHUH savvy   third-­round   picks   this   year  

coordinator. All  courses  are  taught  by   FHUWLÂżHGYROXQWHHULQVWUXF-­ tors.   They   cover   subjects   VXFK DV RULHQWHHULQJ ÂżUVW aid   and   survival,   hunter   HWKLFV ZLOGOLIH LGHQWLÂż-­ cation,  and  gun  safety. Students   interested   in   a   course  can  enroll  at  ZZZUHJ-­ ister-­ed.com/programs/vermont.   7KHQHZV\VWHPLQFOXGHVPDSVDQG GLUHFWLRQV LQVWDQW FRQÂżUPDWLRQ and   reminder   emails,   and   a   func-­ WLRQ WKDW DOORZV XVHUV WR FRQWDFW D course   instructor   directly.   It   also   DOORZVXVHUVWRYLHZWKHQXPEHURI open  spaces  remaining  in  a  course,   DQG WR UHFHLYH HPDLO QRWLÂżFDWLRQV ZKHQ QHZ FRXUVHV EHFRPH DYDLO-­ able  in  their  area. â&#x20AC;&#x153;We   encourage   hunters   to   sign   XS QRZ EHFDXVH VSDFH LV OLPLWHG DQG FODVVHV ÂżOO XS TXLFNO\´ VDLG Saunders.   â&#x20AC;&#x153;Once   hunting   season   begins,   our   volunteer   instructors  

ZLOOZDQWWREHRXWLQWKH¿HOG´ The   Vermont   Hunter   Education   3URJUDP FRQVLVWV RI  LQVWUXF-­ WRUV ZKR FHUWLI\ DOPRVW  VWX-­ dents   annually.   The   course   and   all   materials   are   provided   free   of   charge   through   funding   provided   by   the   Federal   Aid   in   Sport   Fish   and  Wildlife   Restoration   Program.   There  is  no  minimum  age.

Schedule (Continued  from  Page  1B)

Girlsâ&#x20AC;&#x2122; Soccer 9/13  OV  at  Black  River  Tourn.    ..........  6  p.m. 9/14  Mt.  Abe  at  Fairfax    ...................  10  a.m. 9/14  VUHS  at  Rice    .........................  10  a.m. 9/14  Stratton  at  MUHS  ....................  10  a.m. 9/14  OV  at  Black  River  Tourn.    .......  6/8  p.m. 9/17  Montpelier  at  VUHS  ..............  4:30  p.m. 9/17  Milton  at  Mt.  Abe    ..................  4:30  p.m. 9/18  MUHS  at  Missisquoi    ............  4:30  p.m. 9/19  OV  at  Mill  River    ....................  4:30  p.m. 9/20  MUHS  at  Milton    ...................  4:30  p.m. 9/20  Mt.  Abe  at  VUHS    .................  4:30  p.m. Boysâ&#x20AC;&#x2122; Soccer 9/13  MUHS  at  CVU    .....................  4:30  p.m. 9/13  Montpelier  at  VUHS    .............  4:30  p.m. (much   as   many   questioned   Wilson   9/14  OV  at  Green  Mountain    ............  11  a.m. the   year   before),   and   2012   third-­ 9/16  Missisquoi  at  MUHS    ............  4:30  p.m. round   defensive   end   Jake   Bequette   9/16  Milton  at  Mt.  Abe    ..................  4:30  p.m. barely  made  the  team  this  fall.   9/17  OV  at  Fair  Haven    .................  4:30  p.m. Thatâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s  too  many  misses  for  the  Pa-­ 9/19  VUHS  vs.  Mt.  Abe  at  Midd.    ..  4:30  p.m. triotsâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;  success  to  be  sustainable.  Back   9/19  Milton  at  MUHS  (Tourney)    ....4:30  p.m. ZKHQ WKH WHDP ZRQ 6XSHU %RZOV 9/21  MUHS  Tourney    ...............  Noon/2  p.m. Belichick  had  more  input  from  oth-­ Cross Country ers   in   making   draft   picks   and   per-­ 9/14   VUHS,   MUHS   &   Mt.  Abe   at   Burlington   VRQQHO GHFLVLRQV 1RZ KHÂśV DFWLQJ Invitational    ...................................  9:30  a.m. PRUH OLNH WKH JX\ ZKR WKRXJKW WKDW 9/17  OV  at  MSJ    ...........................  4:30  p.m. Âł7RXFKGRZQ´ 7RPP\ 9DUGHOO ZDV 9/21  OV  at  Sudbury  Road  Race    ..  9:45  a.m. D JRRG LGHD IRU D 1R  ÂżUVWURXQG 9/17  MUHS  at  Colchester    .................  4  p.m. SLFNEDFNZKHQKHZDVLQ&OHYHODQG 9/17  Mt.  Abe  at  Missisquoi    ................  4  p.m. in  1992. 9/21  VUHS/Mt.  Abe  at  BFA    .............  10  a.m.

Add  to  the  general  concern  about   the   teamâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s   talent   level   the   fact   that   the   Patriots   still   appear   vulnerable   to   physical,   aggressive   defenses,   as   WKH\ZHUHLQORVLQJWZR6XSHU%RZOV to   the   Giants   and   last   yearâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s   AFC   title  game  to  the  Ravens.  In  the  third   preseason  game  the  Patriot  offensive   OLQH ZDV PDQKDQGOHG E\ WKH /LRQVÂś GHIHQVLYH IURQW DQG HYHQ WKH ORZO\ Bills  put  a  lot  of  pressure  on  Brady   this  past  Sunday. 6R,ZLOOHQMR\ZDWFKLQJ%UDG\RQ his   good   days,   assuming   he   can   re-­ main   standing   and   anybody   can   get   open.   %XWWKH3DWULRWVÂś6XSHU%RZOZLQ-­ GRZORRNVFORVHG 2Q WKH RWKHU KDQG KRZ DERXW those  Tigers?

COLLEGE SPORTS Field Hockey 9/14  Conn.  at  Midd.    ........................  11  a.m. 9/21  Midd.  at  Bowdoin    ....................  11  a.m. Menâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s Soccer 9/14  Conn.  at  Midd.    ...........................  Noon 9/21  Midd.  at  Bowdoin    .......................  Noon Womenâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s Soccer 9/14  Conn.  at  Midd.    ........................  11  a.m. 9/17  Norwich  at  Midd.    ..................  4:30  p.m. 9/21  Midd.  at  Bowdoin    .......................  Noon Football 9/21  Midd.  at  Bowdoin    ......................  1  p.m. Volleyball 9/13&14  ..  .  Midd.  at  Johnson&Wales  Tourn. 9/21  Colby  at  Midd.    ...........................  2  p.m. Spectators   are   advised   to   consult   school   websites  for  the  latest  schedule  updates.  

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PAGE  6B  â&#x20AC;&#x201D;  Addison  Independent,  Thursday,  September  12,  2013

First  Wenesdays  brings  experts  to  Middlebury MIDDLEBURY   â&#x20AC;&#x201D;   First   Wednesdays,  the  perennially  popular   Vermont  Humanities  Council  lecture   series,  begins  its  12th  season  on  Oct.   2  at  nine  sites  statewide,  including  at   the  Ilsley  Library  in  Middlebury.  The   series  runs  October  through  May  at  7   SPRQWKHÂżUVW:HGQHVGD\RIHDFK month.   Known   for   its   broad   range   of   topics   and   expert   speakers   from   both   within   and   beyond   the   stateâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s   borders,   First   Wednesdays   offers   a   compelling   format   to   its   audi-­ ences:  the  opportunity  to  hear  â&#x20AC;&#x201D;  for   free   â&#x20AC;&#x201D;   an   in-­depth   discussion   of   a   subject   followed   by   an   interactive   question-­and-­answer   time   with   the   speaker.   That   combination,   and   the   quality   of   the   lectures   themselves,   draws  audiences  sometimes  number-­ ing   in   the   hundreds,   bringing   vital-­ ity   and   the   opportunity   for   lifelong   learning   to   Vermontâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s   communities.   Over  5,000  people  attended  lectures   in  2012-­2013. â&#x20AC;&#x153;We   look   not   only   for   speak-­ ers   who   are   tops   in   their   academic   ÂżHOGVEXWDOVRIRUWKRVHLQGLYLGXDOV who   have   a   particular   passion   for   presenting  information  to  the  general  

public,â&#x20AC;?  said  Ali  White,  VHCâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s  First   Wednesdays   director.   â&#x20AC;&#x153;The   goal   is   that   each   attendee   gets   something   out  of  a  lecture,  regardless  of  his  or   her   background   knowledge   on   any   given  topic.â&#x20AC;? The   2013-­2014   First   Wednesdays   season   features   43   new   talks,   with   the   variety   of   speakers   matching   the   scope   of   topics.   All   speakers   belong  to  a  growing  list  of  renowned   authors,  artists,  scholars,  and  public   ÂżJXUHV ZKR KDYH KHOSHG HOHYDWH First   Wednesdays   from   a   seedling   program  at  one  venue  in  2002  to  the   statewide  brand  it  is  today. â&#x20AC;&#x153;We   feel   we   have   a   pretty   good   dialogue   at   this   point   with   our   audience   members,â&#x20AC;?   said   White.   â&#x20AC;&#x153;Moreover,   there   are   new   methods   of   identifying   top   speakers   which   werenâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;t   available   to   us   when   First   Wednesdays   began.   Websites   like   TED  and  Academic  Earth  allow  us  to   watch  lectures  given  at  area  universi-­ ties  and  other  venues,  thereby  help-­ ing   us   refresh   and   expand   our   pool   of  talented  speakers.â&#x20AC;? Middlebury   talks   for   the   2013-­ 2014  season  are  as  follows: Â&#x2021; Âł0DUJDUHW %RXUNH:KLWH

Courageous   Photographer,â&#x20AC;?   Oct.   2.   Actress   and   educator   Sally   Matson   portrays   Margaret   Bourke-­White,   ZKRVH LQĂ&#x20AC;XHQWLDO LPDJHV RI LQGXV-­ try,   war   zones   and   world   leaders   established  her  as  a  groundbreaking   photographer  in  the  1930s  to  1950s. Â&#x2021; Âł5HDGLQJ +HQU\ -DPHV´ 1RY 6.   University   of   Vermont   professor   Daniel  Fogel  considers  the  enormous   LQĂ&#x20AC;XHQFHRIQRYHOLVW+HQU\-DPHVRQ American   culture,   and   how   todayâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s   readers  might  approach  his  work. Â&#x2021;  Âł*LDQWV 7KH 3DUDOOHO /LYHV RI Frederick   Douglass   and   Abraham   Lincoln,â&#x20AC;?   Dec.   4.   Douglass   and   Lincoln  â&#x20AC;&#x201D;  one  born  a  slave,  the  other   born   dirt   poor   â&#x20AC;&#x201D;   became   respec-­ tively   one   of   the   nationâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s   greatest   orators  and  one  of  its  greatest  presi-­ dents.   Harvard   professor   and   Civil   War  scholar  John  Stauffer  examines   their   friendship,   the   similarities   in   their  lives,  and  their  legacies. Â&#x2021; Âł7KH &RVWXPHV RI Âľ'RZQWRQ Abbey,â&#x20AC;&#x2122;â&#x20AC;?  Jan.  8.  Middlebury  College   artist-­in-­residence   Jule   Emerson   discusses  the  fashions  worn  by  Lady   Mary  and  her  family  of  the  popular   PBS  series  â&#x20AC;&#x153;Downton  Abbey.â&#x20AC;?   Â&#x2021; Âł5HGHHPHU 3UHVLGHQW 7KH 6LJQLÂżFDQFHRI-LPP\&DUWHU´)HE 5.  Dartmouth  professor  of  American   religious   history   Randall   Balmer   examines   the   rise   of   the   Religious   Right  and  the  life  and  times  of  Jimmy  

Carter,   a   Southern   Baptist   Sunday   school   teacher   elected   president   in   1976   with   the   support   of   evangeli-­ cals,  most  of  whom  were  politically   DFWLYHIRUWKHÂżUVWWLPHEXWPDQ\RI whom  turned  against  him  four  years   later. Â&#x2021; Âł5LFKDUG ,,, 7KH 0DQ DQG WKH Legend,â&#x20AC;?   March   5.   Shakespeare   immortalized  Richard  III  as  a  hunch-­ backed  tyrant  who  murdered  his  way   to   the   English   throne,   but   author   and   scholar   Kavita   Finn   considers   whether  he  was  actually  guilty  of  the   crimes   laid   at   his   door,   and   if   not,   who  was? Â&#x2021; Âł7KH 1HZ 0LGGOH (DVW &ROG War,â&#x20AC;?  April  2.  UVM  political  science   professor  Greg  Gause  discusses  how   regional  rivalries  among  Iran,  Saudi   Arabia,  Turkey  and  Israel  help  drive   GRPHVWLF FRQĂ&#x20AC;LFWV DQG FRPSOLFDWH the  United  Statesâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s  ability  to  achieve   its  goals  in  the  Middle  East. Â&#x2021; Âł7KH %XLOGLQJ RI 0LGGOHEXU\´ May   7.   Middlebury   College   professor   Glenn   Andres   illustrates   WKH ULFKQHVV DQG VLJQLÂżFDQFH RI Middleburyâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s   buildings.   Andres   will  lead  a  walking  tour  of  the  sites   on   Saturday,   May   10,   from   2-­3:30   p.m.,  starting  from  the  gazebo  on  the   Middlebury  town  green. To   learn   more   about   First   HAILEY  SAYLES  OF  Bristol  poses  in  front  of  an  F-­16  after  taking  her   Wednesdays,   visit   www.vermonthu-­ oath  of  enlistment  in  the  Vermont  Air  National  Guard  on  Sept.  4. manities.org  or  call  802-­262-­2626.

Burnham  Music  Series   Bristol  senior  joins   restarting  this  Saturday Vt.  Air  National  Guard LINCOLN   â&#x20AC;&#x201D;   The   Burnham   Music  Series  will  kick  off  its  2013-­ 2014   season   on   Saturday,   Sept.   14,   with acoustic   folk   musicians   Patti   Casey   and   Tom   Mackenzie.   The   duo   brings   a   refreshing   take   on traditional   acoustic   music   that   spans   from   the   British   Isles   to   Appalachia,   exploring   everything   from French  Canadian  dance  tunes,   to  Tin  Pan  Alley,  to  old-­time  coun-­ try,  and  original  music  by  Casey,  an   award-winning  songwriter. Each   year   the   Burnham   Music   Series   features   nine   popular,   local   musical   groups.   In   addi-­ tion  to  Casey  and Mackenzie,  this   seasonâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s   lineup   includes   Scott   Ainslee,   acoustic   blues,   on   Oct.   12;Íž   Big   Spike   Bluegrass, tradi-­ tional  bluegrass,  on  Nov.  9;Íž  Va-­et-­ Vient,   music   of   France,   Quebec   and   Louisiana,   on   Dec.   14;Íž   The  

Sky   Blue   Boys, old-­time   country,   on   Jan.   11,   2014;Íž   the   Phil   Henry   Trio,   contemporary   folk,   on   Feb.    5HG +RW -XED FRXQWULÂżHG MD]] and  blues, on  March  8;Íž  the  Patrick   Fitzsimmons   Trio,   pop   and   folk,   on   April   12;Íž   and,   to   wrap   up   the   season,   the   Michele   Fay   Band,   original   and   roots   music,   on   May   10. Known   for   its   great   acous-­ tics,   Lincolnâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s   Burnham   Hall   is   a   popular   venue   for   musicians   and   concertgoers  alike.   All   Burnham   Music   Series   Concerts   are   held   on   the   second   Saturday  of  the  month  at  7:30  p.m.   Thereâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s  room  to  dance,  and refresh-­ ments  are  available.  Tickets  are  $8   for  adults,  $3  for  seniors  and  chil-­ dren,  and  are  available  at  the  door. For   more   information,   call   388-­6863.

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BRISTOL   â&#x20AC;&#x201D;   Hailey   Sayles,   daughter   of   Todd   and   Katie   Sayles   of   Bristol,   joined   the   Vermont   Air   National  Guard  on  Sept.  4. Those   interested   in   joining   the  Air   Guard  who  have  never  served  before   must   be   between   the   ages   of   17   and   40.  Sayles  was  required  to  pass  a  writ-­ ten   examination   called   the   Armed   Services   Vocational  Aptitude   Battery   as   well   as   an   Entrance   Physical   Examination.   Using   the   results   from   her  ASVAB  test  and  physical,  the  local   recruiter  reviewed  positions  available   within  the  local  unit  to  match  Sayles   with  some  areas  of  interest.  Once  the   job   was   selected   â&#x20AC;&#x201D;   tactical   aircraft   maintenance   â&#x20AC;&#x201D;   she   was   then   sched-­ uled  to  enlist  and  join  the  Air  Guard.   Everything   prior   to   swearing   in   was   preliminary   processing   and   did   not   obligate  her  to  join. After   her   graduation   from   Mount  

Abraham   Union   High   School   next   June,  Sayles  will  go  to  Air  Force  basic   training   at   Lackland   AFB   in   Texas,   followed  by  two  technical  schools  for   tactical  aircraft  maintenance. â&#x20AC;&#x153;Todd   and   I   are   very   proud   of   Hailey,â&#x20AC;?   said   Katie   Sayles.   â&#x20AC;&#x153;It   was   a   big   decision   for   her   to   join,   but   she   wants   to   serve   her   country   and   follow   in   her   big   sisterâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s   footsteps.â&#x20AC;?   Saylesâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;  sister  Sara  joined  VTANG  in   September  2011. For   new   Air   Guard   members   like   Sayles,   the   commitment   involves   working   one   weekend   a   month   and   two   weeks   a   year   for   a   minimum   period  of  6  years.  Basic  military  train-­ ing  is  held  at  Lackland  Air  Force  Base   in   Texas   for   approximately   8   weeks,   followed  by  technical  school. Upon   completion,   Sayles   will   join   VTANGâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s   Aircraft   Maintenance   Squadron  as  an  F-­16  crew  chief.

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Local  Dr.  refuses  to treat  suspicious  man 0,''/(%85< ² 0LGGOHEXU\ police   responded   to   a   report   of   a   suspicious   man   asking   for   care   at   D&RXUW6WUHHWSK\VLFLDQÂśVRIÂżFHRQ Sept.   4.   The   physician   told   police   he   recognized   the   man,   whom   he   said   had   come   in   last   year   com-­ plaining  of  tooth  pain  only  to  steal   a   prescription   pad,   from   which   he   allegedly   wrote   some   fraudulent   prescriptions.   The   doctor   refused   to   treat   the   PDQ WKLV WLPH DQG QRWLÂżHG SROLFH The   matter   remains   under   investi-­ gation. In   other   action   last   week,   Mid-­ dlebury  police: Â&#x2021; 5HVSRQGHG WR D QRLVH FRP-­ plaint   at   a   Seminary   Street   resi-­ dence  on  Sept.  2. Â&#x2021; +HOSHG 3RUWHU +RVSLWDO VWDII gain  control  of  an  unruly  patient  on   Sept.  2. Â&#x2021; :DUQHG D PDQ ZKR ZDV ZDY-­ ing  a  curtain  rod  at  passing  cars  on   Route  7  North  on  Sept.  2. Â&#x2021; $VVLVWHGD%XWWROSK'ULYHUHVL-­ dent   complaining   of   an   unwanted   visitor  on  Sept.  2. Â&#x2021; ,QYHVWLJDWHG D UHSRUW RI JXQ-­ shots   in   the   Happy   Valley   Road   DUHDRQ6HSW Â&#x2021; :URWH D FLYLO WLFNHW IRU SRV-­ VHVVLRQ RI PDULMXDQD WR D GULYHU stopped  for  operating  erratically  on   3XOS0LOO%ULGJH5RDGRQ6HSW Â&#x2021; 6HUYHG D QRWUHVSDVV RUGHU RQ a  North  Pleasant  Street  resident  on   6HSW Â&#x2021; 5HFRYHUHG D VPDOO EDJ RI PDULMXDQD WKDW KDG EHHQ ORFDWHG RQ0LGGOHEXU\8QLRQ+LJK6FKRRO JURXQGVRQ6HSW Â&#x2021; ,VVXHGDFLYLOWLFNHWWRDZRP-­ an   found   to   be   in   possession   of   a   VPDOOTXDQWLW\RIPDULMXDQDIROORZ-­ LQJDWUDIÂżFVWRSRQ&DVH6WUHHWRQ Sept.  4. Â&#x2021; 5HVSRQGHG WR DQ DOOHJHG DV-­ VDXOWLQYROYLQJDMXYHQLOHDW08+6 on  Sept.  4. Â&#x2021; :HUH LQIRUPHG WKDW D WUHH KDG IDOOHQDFURVV8SSHU3ODLQV5RDGRQ Sept.  5. Â&#x2021; ,QYHVWLJDWHG D WUXDQF\ FRP-­ SODLQWDW08+6RQ6HSW Â&#x2021; $UUHVWHG1DWKDQ%URZQRI Rutland  on  an  outstanding  warrant   on  Sept.  5. Â&#x2021; ,QYHVWLJDWHG D UHSRUWHG EXU-­ glary   at   Specialized   Community   Care  on  Route  7  South  on  Sept.  5. Â&#x2021; 5HVSRQGHG WR D QRLVH FRP-­ plaint   in   the   Murdoch   Court/Wey-­ bridge  Street  area  on  Sept.  5. Â&#x2021; 0DGH FRQWDFW ZLWK D PDQ RQ Sept.   6   who   had   not   shown   up   for   work  for  three  days.  Turns  out  the   man  had  been  sick. Â&#x2021; ,QYHVWLJDWHG D KLWDQGUXQ case   involving   two   vehicles   in   the  

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0DSOHÂżHOGV ORW RII 1RUWK 3OHDVDQW Street  on  Sept.  6. Â&#x2021; 5HFHLYHG IURP D KHOSIXO FLWL-­ zen,   a   manâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s   wedding   band   that   had  been  found  at  Shea  Motors  on   Route  7  South  on  Sept.  6. Â&#x2021; 5HVSRQGHG WR D WZRYHKLFOH DFFLGHQW LQ WKH 08+6 SDUNLQJ ORW off  Charles  Avenue  on  Sept.  6. Â&#x2021; 5HVSRQGHG WR D UHSRUW RI D woman   taking   items   from   in   front   of   a   Washington   Street   residence   on   Sept.   7.   Police   said   the   woman   thought   the   items   had   been   placed   out  for  free,  according  to  police. Â&#x2021; $VVLVWHG 0LGGOHEXU\ 9ROXQ-­ WHHU $PEXODQFH $VVRFLDWLRQ RIÂż-­ cials  with  a  patient  who  was  having   mental  health  issues  on  Sept.  7. Â&#x2021; 5HFHLYHG D FRPSODLQW WR EH LQYHVWLJDWHGXQGHUWKHWRZQÂśVMXQN RUGLQDQFH DERXW D %XWWROSK 'ULYH residence  on  Sept.  7. Â&#x2021; 5HIHUUHGWRWKH'HSDUWPHQWRI Children   and   Families,   an   alleged   VH[XDORIIHQVHLQYROYLQJDMXYHQLOH in  the  Elm  Street  area  on  Sept.  7. Â&#x2021; 'HVWUR\HG GUXJ SDUDSKHUQD-­ lia   found   in   the   grass   outside   of   a   North   Pleasant   Street   business   on   Sept.  7. Â&#x2021; &LWHG 0HOLQGD 0RUJDQ  RI Middlebury   for   violating   her   con-­ ditions  of  release,  following  an  in-­ FLGHQWRII3RUWHU'ULYHRQ6HSW Â&#x2021; ,QYHVWLJDWHG D UHSRUW RI D drunken   woman   leaving   her   shoes   behind   in   a   North   Pleasant   Street   store  on  Sept.  8. Â&#x2021; 5HVSRQGHG WR D PDQ RQ &RXUW Street   who   was   allegedly   threat-­ ening   to   harm   himself   on   Sept.   8.   Police   said   the   man   was   suffering   from  an  extreme  toothache  and  was   taken  to  Porter  Hospital. Â&#x2021; ,QWHUYLHZHG D ZRPDQ ZKR said  her  Court  Street  apartment  had   been  entered  on  Sept.  8.  Police  said   the   woman   reported   she   had   come   KRPH WR ÂżQG D VKHHW KDQJLQJ IURP an  open  kitchen  window.  Police  and   the  resident  determined  that  nothing   was  missing  from  the  home. Â&#x2021; 5HWXUQHG D ORVW L3KRQH WR LWV owner  on  Sept.  8. Â&#x2021; $VVLVWHG D PDQ LQ XQORFNLQJ his   van   in   order   to   get   his   child   whom   he   had   accidentally   locked   inside  while  the  vehicle  was  parked   on  Main  Street  on  Sept.  8. Â&#x2021; ,QYHVWLJDWHGDUHSRUWRIDPDQ allegedly   checking   doors   on   a   North   Pleasant   Street   building   on   Sept.  8.

â&#x20AC;&#x2DC;Reading the Forest Landscapeâ&#x20AC;&#x2122; program to be held in Orwell ORWELL   â&#x20AC;&#x201D;   In   recognition   of   September   as   Vermont   Archaeology   Month,   noted   ecologist   Tom   Wessels   will  give  a  special  program,  â&#x20AC;&#x153;Reading   the  Forested  Landscape,â&#x20AC;?  on  Saturday,   Sept.  14,  from  1-­5  p.m.  at  the  Mount   Independence   State   Historic   Site   in   Orwell.  He  will  provide  an  illustrated   indoor   talk   and   an   outside   walk,   in-­ troducing   attendees   to   approaches   to   interpret   the   history   of   a   forest   while   wandering  through  it. Wessels  will  look  for  such  evidence   as  tree  shapes,  scars  on  tree  trunks,  pat-­ terns  of  decay  in  stumps,  construction   of  stone  walls,  and  the  lay  of  the  land.   Such  clues  make  it  possible  to  unravel   the   complex   stories   etched   into   our   forested  landscape.  Wessels  will  have   copies  of  his  book,  â&#x20AC;&#x153;Reading  the  For-­ ested  Landscape,â&#x20AC;?  for  purchase. September  is  Vermont  Archaeology   Month.  This  program  is  sponsored  by   the  First  National  Bank  of  Orwell. Participants   should   dress   for   the   weather,   wear   sturdy   shoes   or   boots,   and   bring   water.  Admission   is   $5   for   adults  and  free  for  children  under  15,   and  includes  visiting  the  museum  and  

the  trails. Mount   Independence   is   a   National   Historic   Landmark   because   of   its   5HYROXWLRQDU\ :DU VLJQL¿FDQFH ,W LV at  497  Mount  Independence  Road,  six   miles  west  of  the  intersection  of  Ver-­ PRQW5RXWHVDQG$QHDU2UZHOO village.  Carefully  follow  the  signs.  The   VLWHLVRSHQGDLO\DPWRSP through  Oct.  14.   For   information,   call   (802)   948-­ 2000.   For   more   on   the   state-­owned   historic   sites   visit   www.historicsites. vermont.gov.

Peace  vigil AROUND  30  PEOPLE  gathered  at  the  corner  of  North  and  Main  streets  in  Bristol  on  Monday  evening,  in  conjunction  with  other  protests   around  the  country,  to  show  our  opposition  to  any  military  intervention  in  Syria.  Some  drivers  passing  by  honked  their  car  horns  to  show  their   support. Photo  by  Tom  Pollak

Twin  sisters  cited  in  assault  cases VERGENNES  â&#x20AC;&#x201D;  An  18-­year-­old   Vergennes   resident   was   charged   on   Sept.  6  with  aggravated  domestic  as-­ sault  for  allegedly  knocking  her  twin   sister   unconscious   and   choking   her,   and  both  women  were  charged  with   simple   assault   on   a   third   woman   in   an  earlier  incident.   This   past   Friday,   police   cited   Brittney   N.   Rogers-­Wilson   of   West   Main  Street  for  aggravated  domestic   assault  and  lodged  her  at  the  Chitten-­ den   County   Correctional   Center   for   lack  of  $5,000  bail.   Police  said  a  citizen  alerted  them   to  a  woman  in  distress  in  the  back   of   a   pickup   truck   on   Main   Street,   and   when   they   responded   they   found  Rogers-­Wilsonâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s  twin  sister.   Police   alleged   that   Brittney   Rog-­ ers-­Wilson  kicked  her  in  the  head,   knocking   her   out,   and   afterward   choked  her. On   Sept.   5   police   cited   both   Brittney   and   Amanda   Rogers-­Wil-­ son,   18,   with   simple   assault   for   an   Aug.   28   incident.   Police   said   the   victim   alleged   that   Amanda   Rog-­ ers-­Wilson   kicked   and   punched   her   while  she  was  sleeping  at  their  home,   and   also   threw   the   victimâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s   cell   phone   and   damaged   it,   leading   also   to  an  additional  citation  for  unlawful   mischief.   Police   also   allege   that   Brittney   Rogers-­Wilson   later   punched   the   victim  in  the  face  in  the  Champlain   Farms   parking   lot.   Police   said   they   believe   the   sisters   were   upset   that   the  victim  had  contacted  an  ex-­boy-­ friend  of  one  of  them. In  other  incidents  between  Sept.  2   and  8,  Vergennes  police:   Â&#x2021; 2Q 6HSW  UHIHUUHG D FRXSOH breaking   up   and   arguing   over   pos-­ sessions  to  civil  court.   Â&#x2021; 2Q 6HSW  WZLFH GHDOW ZLWK D woman   who   initially   allegedly   at-­ tempted   suicide   at   a   South   Maple   Street  residence.  Police  found  her  on   the  porch  with  cuts  on  her  arms,  and   the   Vergennes   Area   Rescue   Squad   took  her  to  Porter  Hospital  for  evalu-­ ation.   She   was   released,   but   police   later   in   the   day   discovered   she   had   overdosed   on   drugs,   and   VARS   re-­ turned   her   to   the   hospital.   On   Sept.   7  police  went  back  to  check  her  wel-­ fare,  but  she  was  not  at  home;Íž  police   fed  and  gave  water  to  a  cat  there  dur-­

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port  of  slashed  tires  on  North  Green   ty   Correctional   Center.   Police   said   Street.   in   a   downtown   incident   he   kicked   Â&#x2021; 2Q6HSWUHVSRQGHGWRDWZR RQH 1RUWKODQGV -RE &RUSV VWXGHQW FDUDFFLGHQWZLWKPLQRULQMXULHVRQ in   the   back   and   punched   another   South  Maple  Street. in   the   head;Íž   the   second   victim   was   Â&#x2021; 2Q 6HSW  KHOSHG D PRWRULVW knocked   unconscious   by   the   blow   ing  that  visit.   get   into   a   locked   car   at   the   North-­ or  fall  and  suffered  a  two-­inch  cut,   Â&#x2021; 2Q6HSWFRQÂżVFDWHGDQDLUUL-­ ODQGV-RE&RUSV police  said.  Police  said  they  believe   Ă&#x20AC;HIURPDMXYHQLOHZKRVKRWDQRWKHU Â&#x2021; 2Q 6HSW  DUUHVWHG &KDG Levasseur   was   upset   because   the   youth   with   a   rubber   pellet,   without   Levasseur,   26,   of   Vergennes   for   students  were  acting  in  a  manner  he   FDXVLQJ LQMXU\ 3ROLFH DOVR ZDUQHG simple   and   aggravated   assault   and   believed   was   scaring   his   dog,   and   the  boy.   lodged  him  at  the  Chittenden  Coun-­ then  refused  to  stop.   Â&#x2021; 2Q 6HSW  KHOSHG D PRWRULVW get  into  a  locked  car  on  Main  Street.   Â&#x2021; 2Q6HSWDLGHG9HUPRQW6WDWH Police   by   responding   to   a   burglar   alarm   on   Button   Bay   Road   in   Fer-­ risburgh;Íž   police   said   it   is   possible   the  home  was  entered. Â&#x2021; 2Q 6HSW  WRRN D UHSRUW WKDW a   driver   had   left   the   Small   City   Market   without   paying   for   gas;Íž   the   owners  said  they  planned  to  send  a   bill  to  the  driver,  whom  they  recog-­ nized.   Â&#x2021; 2Q 6HSW  GHFOLQHG WR VHUYH D landlord   a   no-­trespass   order   in   an   ongoing  dispute  with  a  Main  Street   tenant.   Â&#x2021; 2Q 6HSW  KDQGOHG D PLQRU two-­car  accident  on  Main  Street.   Â&#x2021; 2Q 6HSW  DUUHVWHG 'DQLHO - Quattrocci,   46,   of   Lincoln   for   do-­ mestic   assault   and   lodged   him   at   the  Chittenden  County  Correctional   Center.  Police  allege  that  he  threat-­ ened,   pushed,   threw   the   glasses   of   and  grabbed  the  neck  of  the  victim   in  a  city  parking  lot.   Â&#x2021; 2Q 6HSW  KHOSHG D PRWRULVW get  into  a  locked  car  on  Main  Street.   Â&#x2021; 2Q6HSWFRQWDFWHGWKHRZQHU of  a  car  with  an  alarm  sounding  on   Main  Street.   Â&#x2021; 2Q6HSWWRRNDUHSRUWWKDWD womanâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s   cell   phone   had   been   sto-­ len;Íž  it  was  found  soon  afterward.   Â&#x2021; 2Q6HSWSDWUROOHG6RXWK0D-­ ple   Street,   but   issued   no   tickets   or   Without  a  doubt,  this  is  one  of  the  finest  waterfront warnings. Â&#x2021; 2Q6HSWDFFHSWHGFDVKIRXQG properties  in  New  England.  It  is  the  perfect  balance on  South  Water  Street  by  a  citizen.   of  nature,  beauty,  location  and  total  privacy.  Great Â&#x2021; 2Q6HSWKHOSHGDPRWRULVWJHW four  bedroom  home,  dock,  sandy  beach,  barn  with into  a  locked  car  on  Panton  Road.   Â&#x2021; 2Q 6HSW  FKHFNHG D +LOOVLGH office,  antique  hay  barn,  greenhouse  and  fruit  trees.   'ULYH UHVLGHQFH IRU D SRVVLEOH EXU-­ This  property  is  truly  heaven  on  earth.    $4,000,000 glary,   but   could   not   determine   if   it   see  website  for  more  pictures  &  info:  nhestate.com see  website  for  more  pictures  &  info:   had   been   entered,   and   nothing   was   missing.   Amy  (603)  219-­0312  -­  email:nhestate@yahoo.com Â&#x2021; 2Q 6HSW  LQYHVWLJDWHG D UH-­

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ALCOHOLICS   ANONY-­ M O U S   M I D D L E B U RY   M E E T I N G S   S AT U R -­ DAY:   Discussion   Meeting   9:00-­10:00  AM   at   the   Mid-­ dlebury   United   Methodist   PARTY   RENTALS;   China,   Church.  Discussion  Meeting   flatware,   glassware,   lin-­ 10:00-­11:00  AM.   Women’s   ens.   Delivery   available.   Meeting  Noon-­1:00  PM.  Be-­ ginners   Meeting   6:30-­7:30   802-­388-­4831. PM.  These  three  meetings   are  held  at  the  Turning  Point   Cards  of  Thanks Center  in  the  Marbleworks,   Middlebury. THANK   YOU   HOLY   Spirit   ALCOHOLICS   ANONY-­ and   St.   Jude   for   prayers   M O U S   M I D D L E B U RY   answered.  V.B. MEETINGS   THURSDAY:   THANK  YOU  LORD  and  St.   Big  Book  Meeting  Noon-­1:00   Jude  for  prayers  answered.   PM   at   the   Turning   Point   Center  in  the  Marbleworks,   AL. Middlebury.  Speaker  Meet-­ ing  7:30-­8:30  PM  at  St.  Ste-­ Public  Meetings phen’s  Church,  Main  St.(On   the  Green). AL-­ANON:   FOR   FAMI-­ LIES   and   friends   affected   ALCOHOLICS   ANONY-­ by   someone’s   drinking.   M O U S   M I D D L E B U RY   Members   share   experi-­ MEETINGS  WEDNESDAY:   ence,  strength  and  hope  to   Big  Book  Meeting  7:15-­8:15   solve   common   problems.   AM  is  held  at  the  Middlebury   N e w c o m e r s   w e l c o m e .   United  Methodist  Church  on   Confidential.   St.   Stephen’s   N.  Pleasant  Street.  Discus-­ Church  (use  front  side  door   sion  Meeting  Noon-­1:00  PM.   and   go   to   second   floor)   in   Women’s  Meeting  5:30-­6:30   Middlebury,   Sunday   nights   PM.  Both  held  at  The  Turn-­ ing  Point  Center  in  the  Mar-­ 7:15-­8:15pm. bleworks,  Middlebury. ALATEEN:   FOR   YOUNG   PEOPLE   who’ve   been   af-­ ALCOHOLICS   ANONY-­ fected  by  someone’s  drink-­ M O U S   M I D D L E B U RY   ing.  Members  share  experi-­ MEETINGS  TUESDAY:  11th   ence,  strength,  hope  to  solve   Step   Meeting   Noon-­1:00   common   problems.   Meets   PM.  ALTEEN   Group.   Both   Wednesdays   7:15-­8:15pm   held   at   Turning   Point,   228   downstairs  in  Turning  Point   Maple  Street.  12  Step  Meet-­ Center   of  Addison   County   ing  Noon-­1:00  PM.  12  Step   in  Middlebury  Marbleworks.   Meeting  7:30-­8:30  PM.  Both   (Al-­Anon   meets   at   same   held   at   the   Turning   Point   time  nearby  at  St.  Stephens   Center  in  the  Marbleworks,   Middlebury. Church.

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ALCOHOLICS   ANONY-­ M O U S   M I D D L E B U RY   M E E T I N G S   M O N D AY:   As   Bill   Sees   It   Meeting   Noon-­1:00   PM.   Big   Book   Meeting  7:30-­8:30  PM.  Both   held   at   the   Turning   Point   Center  in  the  Marbleworks,   Middlebury.

ALCOHOLICS   ANONY-­ M O U S   V E R G E N N E S   MEETINGS:   Sunday,   12   Step  Meeting  7:00-­8:00  PM.   Friday,  Discussion  Meeting   8:00-­9:00   PM.   Both   held   at   St.   Paul’s   Church,   Park   St.   Tuesday,   Discussion   Meeting   7:00-­8:00   PM,   at   the  Congregational  Church,   Water  St.

ALCOHOLICS   ANONY-­ M O U S   M I D D L E B U RY   MEETINGS   SUNDAY:   12   Step   Meeting   9:00-­10:00   AM  held  at  the  Middlebury   United  Methodist  Church  on   N.  Pleasant  Street.  Discus-­ sion  Meeting  1:00-­2:00  PM   held   at   the   Turning   Point   Center  in  the  Marbleworks,   Middlebury.

BRAIN  INJURY  SUPPORT   GROUP:   Survivors,   family   members   and   care   givers   are   invited   to   share   their   experience  in  a  safe,  secure   and   confidential   environ-­ ment.   Meets   monthly   on   the   second   Tuesday   from   6:00pm   to   8:00pm   at   the   Hannaford   Career   Center,   ALCOHOLICS   ANONY-­ Room  A214   (second   floor,   MOUS   RIPTON   MEET-­ an   elevator   is   available)   in   INGS:   Monday,   As   Bill   Middlebury.  For  more  infor-­ Sees   It   Meeting   7:15-­8:15   mation,   contact   Beth   Dia-­ AM.   Thursday,   Grapevine   mond  802-­388-­9505. Meeting  6:00-­7:00  PM.  Both   held   at   Ripton   Firehouse,   NA   MEETINGS   MIDDLE-­ Dugway  Rd. BURY:  Mondays,  6pm,  held   at  the  Turning  Point  Center   ALCOHOLICS   ANONY-­ located  in  the  Marbleworks. MOUS   BRANDON   MEET-­ INGS:  Monday,  Discussion   NA   MEETINGS   MIDDLE-­ Meeting   7:30-­8:30   PM.   BURY:   Fridays,   7:30pm,   Wednesday,  12  Step  Meet-­ held   at   the   Turning   Point   ing  7:00-­8:00  PM.  Friday,  12   Center  located  in  the  Marble   Step  Meeting  7:00-­8:00  PM.   Works. All   held   at   the   St.  Thomas   Episcopal   Church,   RT   7   OVEREATERS   ANONY-­ MOUS:   SATURDAYS   at   South. Lawrence   Memorial   Li-­ ALCOHOLICS   ANONY-­ brary,   1:00pm.   40   North   MOUS   BRISTOL   MEET-­ Street,   Bristol.   For   info   INGS:   Sunday,   Discussion   call:   802-­453-­2368   or   Meeting   4:00-­5:00   PM.   802-­388-­7081. Wednesday,  12  Step  Meet-­ ing   7:00-­8:00   PM.   Friday,   OVEREATERS   ANONY-­ Big  Book  Meeting,  6:00-­7:00   MOUS:  TUESDAYS  at  Turn-­ PM.  All  held  at  the  Federated   ing   Point   Center   (upstairs   meeting   room),   6:00-­7:00   Church,  Church  St. Marble   Works,   Middlebury.   ALCOHOLICS   ANONY-­ For  info  call:  802-­352-­4525   ALCOHOLICS   ANONY-­ ALCOHOLICS   ANONY-­ M O U S   N O R T H   F E R -­ or  802-­388-­7081. MOUS   N EW   H AVEN   M EET-­ M O U S   M I D D L E B U RY   RISBURGH   MEETINGS:   MEETINGS   FRIDAY:   Dis-­ INGS:   Monday,   Big   Book   Sunday,   Daily   Reflections   THE   HELENBACH   CAN-­ Meeting   7 :30-­8:30   P M   a t   t he   cussion  Meeting  Noon-­1:00   Meeting  6:00-­7:00  PM,  at  the   CER   Support   Group   is   an   PM  at  the  Turning   Point  in   Congregational  Church,  New   United   Methodist   Church,   independent  group  of  people   who  are  dealing  with,  have   the   Marbleworks,   Middle-­ Haven  Village  Green. Old  Hollow  Rd. dealt   with,   and   who   know   bury. people  with  cancer.  We  meet   on  an  irregularly  regular  ba-­ Services Services Services sis   (if   there   is   a   need,   we   meet!)  at  the  Mary  Johnson   Child   Care   Center   on   Wa-­ The Volunteer Center, ter  St.  in  Middlebury.  Good   home-­made   treats   are   al-­ a collaboration of RSVP ways  available  and  all  meet-­ ings   are   free.   Our   theme   and the United Way of The Vermont Energy and Climate Action Network is seeking song  has  been  Bill  Wither’s   volunteers who are willing to lend a few hours of their time to Addison County, posts “Lean   on   Me,   when   you’re   help local communities motivate their friends and neighbors to not  strong,  I’ll  be  your  friend,   dozens of volunteer weatherize their homes. This event takes place on October 5th I’ll   help   you   carry   on..for   it   opportunities on the won’t  be  long,  ‘til  I’m  gonna   Yf\oaddZ]l`]Újkl%]n]jklYl]oa\]]f]j_q]^Ú[a]f[q\Yqg^Y[lagf& need,  somebody  to  lean  on.”   Web. Go to www. Why is this important? Making homes and buildings more energy Come  be  a  leaner,  be  a  sup-­ ]^Ú[a]fl kYn]k egf]q Yf\ ]f]j_q$ af[j]Yk]k [ge^gjl$ Yf\ ak Y unitedwayaddisoncounty porter,  be  part  of  something   powerful way to reduce the greenhouse gas emissions that are that  gives  strength  by  shar-­ .org/VolunteerDonate ing  love.  Call  802-­388-­6107   \janaf_[daeYl][`Yf_]&Ngdmfl]]jk[Yfka_fmhlg_g\ggj%lg%\ggj$ and click on with  questions.

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DONATIONS   WANTED   FOR   Town   Hall   Theater   Fabulous   Flea   Market.  Ac-­ cepting   household   goods,   collectibles,   etc.   from   10am-­noon,   Fridays   and   Saturdays,  August   30,   31;   September   6,   7,   13,   14   at   the  old  Cole’s  Florists,  South   Pleasant  Street,  Middlebury.   802-­462-­2552.

FREE  HOUSE  CATS!  Many   to  choose  from.  Spayed  and   Neutered.  Good  homes  only.   Call   802-­388-­1410.   1683   Dog  Team  Rd.,  New  Haven. FREE   MANURE   AVAIL-­ ABLE   from   locally   raised   rabbits.   Please   call   Mo   at   802-­349-­8040.

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EAST  MIDDLEBURY  YARD   FREE  UPRIGHT  PIANO  to   SALE.   Saturday,   Sept.   14   anyone  that  is  willing  to  take   and  Sunday,  Sept  15.  East   Main  Street,  corner  of  Maple   it.  Call  802-­247-­4632. Court,  look  for  silver  tent.

FABULOUS   FLEA   MAR-­ KET:  Saturday,  September   FOUND  AN  IPOD  NANO  at   21,   9   to   noon.   Town   Hall   the  baseball  field  on  Creek   Theater,  Middlebury. METICULOUS   RESIDEN-­ Road.   Please   email   with   M U LT I -­ FA M I LY   YA R D   TIAL   CLEANING   Servic-­ details   if   it   might   be   yours   SALE.   Saturday   9/14,   9am-­2:30pm   at   11   Swa-­ es.   12   years   experience.   mshubert@comcast.net  . Fully   insured.   Call   Leigh.   LOST   CAT   IN   ORWELL:   nage   Court   in   Middlebury.   802-­282-­1903. Reward!!!  Randall  has  been   Items  include:  furniture  and   missing  since  8/18/13.  Ran   children’s  clothes  for  winter.



MOUNTAIN   VIEW   MAIN-­ TENANCE:   All   phases   of   home  improvement.  All  jobs,   small  to  large.  35+  years  ex-­ perience.  Great  references.   Free  estimates.  Call  Rick  at   802-­453-­5210. PRIVATE   CARE   GIVING   Services.   20   years   expe-­ rience.   References.   Call   Leigh.  802-­282-­1903.

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into   woods   behind   house   on   Main   Street.   Brown   /  b lack   tabby   with   white   muzzle,   paws,   belly,   and   chest.   Fur   on   chest   looks   like  a  “vest”.  Has  extra  toes   on   front   paws.   Pink   nose,   yellow   eyes.   No   collar   but   is   micro-­chipped.   Is   very   friendly   but   is   indoor   only   and  in  unfamiliar  so  is  prob-­ ably  scared.  Please  contact   Katie  at  631-­338-­7130  with   any  information.

SALISBURY,  121  PIDGEON   Road.  Saturday,  September   14,   9am-­2pm.   Estate   sale:   bureaus,  bunk  bed,  bedding,   rugs,household  items,  tools,   etc.  Rain  or  shine.



SALISBURY:   9/14   +   9/15,   8am-­5pm.  317  Lower  Plains   Road.  Tons  of  AVON  prod-­ ucts,   jewelry   and   clothes.   Generations  of  knick-­knacks   FOUND:   WRISTWATCH   and  other  items  too  numer-­ Outside   Ilsley   Library   on   ous  to  mention. Labor  Day  Monday.  Call  to   Identify.  802-­388-­9763.

SALISBURY COMMUNITY SCHOOL Assistant Cook Position

Salisbury Community School seeks a parttime (about 20 hours per week) Assistant Cook for the breakfast and lunch programs. Responsibilities include food preparation, serving students and lunchroom/kitchen cleanup. Send letter of application and three current letters of reference to: Dr. Conley, Superintendent Addison Central Supervisory Union 49 Charles Avenue Middlebury,Vermont 05753 E.O.E.

Help  Wanted

BANKRUPTCY:   CALL   to   find   out   if   bankruptcy   can   help   you.   Kathleen   Walls,   Esq.  802-­388-­1156.

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Dorothy   Mammen,   of   Mid-­ dlebury,  has  been  a  member  of  the  Milk   and  Honey  Quilt  Guild  for  the  past  year   and  is  the  current  President.    The  Guild,   which   meets   monthly,   recently   volun-­ teered  their  time  to  help  out  the  Ameri-­ can   Cancer   Society   and   sewed   38   lovely,  soft  and  colorful  “chemo  caps”   for  cancer  patients.  Dorothy,  who  is  de-­ scribed  by  her  peers  as  “a  very  warm,   caring  and  cheerful  person”,  explained   that  she  has  especially  enjoyed  working   WRJHWKHURQWKHUDIÀHTXLOWDQGPDNLQJ soft  beds  for  the  homeless  dogs  at  the   Humane  Society.    Thank  you,  Dorothy!

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BOAT  DOCK  REPAIR  and   construction.   Experienced   and   reliable.   Fully   insured.   Call  802-­349-­6579,  Gene’s   Property   Management,   Leicester,  Vermont. C&I   DRYWALL.   Hanging,   taping  and  skim  coat  plas-­ tering.   Also   tile.   Call   Joe   802-­234-­5545. CHAIN  SAW  CHAINS  sharp-­ ened.  Call  802-­759-­2095.



DEVELOPMENTAL  HOME   PROVIDER  for  live-­in  client   or  respite  care.  36  years  ex-­ perience.  State  background   check   completed.   State   Agency  and  past  client  fam-­ ily  references  provided.  Call   Doreen  at  802-­247-­4409.

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Vergennes Area Rescue Squad

JOB OPENINGS Per Diem Crew Chief/Driver Positions VT EMT or higher, at least 2 yearsâ&#x20AC;&#x2122; experience as a crew chief, willing to work holidays, overtime and weekends, good communication skills, ability to lift and move patients, duties to include crew training, participate in community outreach, professional appearance, daily rig checks.

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Serve as member of duty crew, scheduling, inventory control and inspection, QA & QI, assist training officer, attend D3 meetings, membership credentialing. Must be an EMT I-03 or higher, motivated, detail oriented, good written and verbal skills, work independently, work in fast paced environment, excellent time management and organizational skills. Send cover letter, resume & references to: VARS, PO Box 11, Vergennes, VT 05491 or by email to dndibiase@gmail.com.  


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OFFICE  MANAGER;  PART   TIME.   Computer-­savvy   manager  to  run  our  retreat   center   office   in   Monkton   (www.todoinstitute.org).   Diverse   and   meaningful   work,   beautiful   setting,   small  staff  (including  Golden   Retriever),   paid   vacation.   Job   involves   QuickBooks,   database   management,   e-­commerce   bookstore   management,   customer   service   and   general   office   administration.  20-­25  hours   /  week.   Submit   cover   let-­ ter  and  resume  to  gregg@ todoinstitute.org  . ROUSE   TIRE   SALES   is   currently   gearing   up   for   the   season   and   is   looking   to  fill  several  positions  im-­ mediately:  Tire  technician,   Warehouse  personnel,  Auto   /  lt.  truck  mechanic,  Service   truck  driver,  Alignment  tech-­ nician.  Applicants  must  have   previous  experience,  have   the  ability  to  work  in  a  fast   paced  environment  and  be   dependable,  self-­motivated,   have  a  valid  driverâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s  license   and   be   willing   to   work   at   least   45   hours   per   week.   Applications   can   be   filled   out   at   our   Route   7   South   location   (Middlebury).   No   phone  calls  please.  Rouse   Tire  Sales,  Inc.  is  an  equal   opportunity  employer. SOMEONE  TO  INSULATE   part  of  basement.  453-­4597. YRC  FREIGHT  IS  HIRING   FT  Casual  Combo  Drivers   /  Dock  Workers!  Burlington   location.   Great   pay   and   benefits!   CDL-­A   w/Combo   and  Hazmat,  1  yr  T/T  exp,   21  yoa  req.  EOE-­M  /  F  /  D/V.   Able  to  lift  65  lbs.  req.  AP-­ PLY:   www.yrcfreight.com  /   careers  .

For  Sale SPECIALTY   DOG   &   CAT   business   with   food   &   sup-­ plies   for   dogs,   cats,   birds,   fish   &   small   animals.   In-­ cludes   $16,000   in   inven-­ tory,  1  Kenmore  freezer  (for   raw  food  sales),  Royal  cash   register  with  PLU  scanner,  3   clothes  racks  and  shelving   (6  8ft  sections  with  shelves,   1   6ft   self   standing   double   sided   with   shelves)   1   3ft   end  cap  with  shelves  and  1   wooden  4  sided  X  shelf  with   pegboard   &   2   shelves   on   each  side.  Carrying  brands   such  as:  Blue  Buffalo  (only   distributor  in  area),  Merrick,   Natures   Variety,   VT   Raw,   Primal,   Steves   &   Chicken   Soup.  ONLY  Raw  food  dis-­ tributor  in  Middlebury.  Estab-­ lished   customer   base   and   GROWING   steadily.   Busi-­ ness   MUST   be   relocated   from   current   spot.   Contact   Deb  at  802-­388-­0110  Tues-­ day-­Friday,  8am-­5pm.

Vacation  Rentals ADDISON:   LAKE   CHAM-­ PLAIN   waterfront   camp.   Beautiful   view,   gorgeous   sunsets,   private   beach,   dock,   rowboat   and   canoe   included.   $600.   weekly,   or   call   for   weekends.   802-­349-­4212.

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1  BEDROOM  APARTMENT   in  Salisbury  near  Lake  Dun-­ more.  Super  energy  efficient.   Bedroom   and   full   bath   on   second  floor.  Eat-­in  kitchen   with  stove,  refrigerator;  and   living  room  on  first  floor.  Pri-­ vate  basement  with  washer   and   dryer   included.   $800  /   mo.  plus  utilities.  Yard  main-­ tenance  and  snow  plowing   included.   Security,   refer-­ ences  required.  Non-­smok-­ For  Sale ing  property.  Absolutely  no   1â&#x20AC;?   CHERRY   LUMBER,   pets.  1  year  lease  required.   5â&#x20AC;?-­10â&#x20AC;?  wide,  $.80  /  board  foot.   802-­352-­6678. 1â&#x20AC;?+2â&#x20AC;?   curly   maple,   $2.50  /   board   foot.   Wood   splitter   2   BEDROOM   HOUSE,   with   9hp   gas   motor   $650.   completely   furnished   for   9   month  winter  rental  on  Lake   802-­352-­4460. Dunmore.   Very   energy   ef-­ 12   GUAGE   REMINGTON   ficient,   washer   and   dryer,   1100   shotgun   $300,   Rem-­ 85â&#x20AC;&#x2122;  of  frontage,  no  pets,  no   ington   model   742-­308   smoking.   $1000  /  mo.   plus   w i t h   R e d f i e l d   s c o p e   utilities.  802-­352-­6678. $400,   Browning   A-­Bolt   270   with   Redfield   scope,   2  BEDROOM,  FIRST  floor   sling   and   case   $750.   Call   apartment  with  office  in  Mid-­ dlebury,  85  Court  Street.  Full   802-­877-­1098. basement,   W/D   hook-­up,   CLEAN,   USED   RESTAU-­ off-­street   parking.   Lawn,   RANT   equipment.   Call   for   snow   plowing   and   appli-­ information,  802-­388-­4831. ances  included.  $1000  /  mo.   C Y B E R M A N   P U N C H -­ No  pets  or  smoking.  Credit,   ING  STAND-­UP  exerciser.   references   and   lease   re-­ He   has   light-­up   punching   quired.  802-­352-­6678. points,   5â&#x20AC;&#x2122;8â&#x20AC;?-­6â&#x20AC;&#x2122;   adjustable   height.  Weight  180  pounds.   Asking  $75.  Boxing  gloves   included.  802-­388-­7035.

2500   SQ.FT.   OF   LIGHT   manufacturing;   prefer   food   product,   on   Exchange   St.,   Middlebury.  Call  for  informa-­ MAXIM  OUTDOOR  WOOD   tion  802-­388-­4831. PELLET  Furnace  by  Cen-­ B E A U T I F U L   L I G H T-­   tral  Boiler.  Heat  your  entire   FILLED  country  home  in  Lin-­ home  and  hot  water.  Boivin   coln.  1  BR  plus  large  office  /   Farm  Supply  802-­236-­2389. guest  room;  2  full  baths;  gar-­ dens,  woods,  stream,  view  of   Mt.  Abe.  $1200  plus  utilities.   Call  Louise,  802-­233-­3750. MOâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;S   COUNTRY   RAB-­ BITS:  Fresh  Rabbit  Meat  for   For  Rent sale.  Average   weight:   4-­5   lbs.  Charging  $14  per  rabbit.   Also   selling   live   adult   rab-­ bits,  as  well  as  baby  rabbits   for  negotiable  price.  Many   different   breeds   includ-­ ing  â&#x20AC;&#x153;Giantsâ&#x20AC;?.  May  be  seen   by   appointment.   Call   Mo   Oâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;Keefe   at   802-­349-­8040.   Great   Meat.   Great   Pets.   Great  Prices.



ORGANIC   APPLES:   Not   sprayed   with   any   chemi-­ cals.   MacIntosh,   Empire,   Cortland.   $5   for   shopping   bag.  802-­462-­2519. RAINY   SUMMER   BAR-­ REL   SALE  â&#x20AC;&#x201D;  T HE   BAR-­ REL  MAN:  55  gallon  Plastic   and  Metal  barrels.  Several   types:  55  gallon  rain  barrels   with   faucets,   Food   grade   with   removable   locking   covers,   plastic   food   grade   with  spin-­on  covers  (pickle   barrels).   Also,   275   gal-­ lon   food   grade   totes   $125   each.   Delivery   available.   802-­453-­4235.

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For  Rent BRANDON:   $600.   AF-­ FORDABLE   2   bedroom,   first   floor,   trash,   snow,   parking,   pets   welcome.   203-­253-­4389. BRIDPORT   ONE   BED-­ ROOM  apartment.  No  smok-­ ing,   no   pets   please.   Two   car   garage,   great   views   of   Adirondacks,   12   miles   to   Middlebury.  Great  small  stor-­ age   area.   $750  /  mo.,   snow   removal,   water,   lawn   care   and   electric   included.   Call   802-­989-­8556. BRIDPORT;   LARGE   1   bedroom,   second   floor   apartment.   References   and   deposit   required.   802-­758-­2436.

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MIDDLEBURY   1   BED-­ ROOM,   Ground   floor.   1/2   mile   from   town.   Private.   Trails.  Parking,  trash  /  snow   removal,   HW   included.   1   pet  considered.  Application   required.   $750  /  month   with   winter  discount.  Avail.  Oct.   1.  Call  802-­388-­1107.

PANTON  HOUSE  SHARE:   3  Bedroom,  1  bath,  shared   kitchen  and  common  space,   big  yard.  Convenient  to  Ver-­ gennes.  Transportation  nec-­ essary.   Looking   for   $400  /   month   and   shared   house   and  garden  work.  Referenc-­ es  required.  802-­475-­2112.

LOOKING  TO  RENT  a  small   country   home   in   Rutland   or   Addison   County,   for   2   responsible   adults   with   2   small   older   dogs.   Would   consider  short  term  or  long   term   lease.   Please   call   802-­342-­3545.

HAY   FOR   SALE:   Small   square   bales.   First   cut   a n d   m u l c h .   D e l i v e r y   available.   Call   for   pric-­ i n g .   8 0 2 -­ 4 5 3 -­ 4 4 8 1 ,   8 0 2 -­ 3 4 9 -­ 9 2 8 1 ,   o r   802-­989-­1004.

MIDDLEBURY  1BR  APART-­ MENT   Two   miles   south   of   village.  Electricity,  heat,  wa-­ ter   included.   $700  /  month.   No  smoking.  First  and  last.   802-­388-­1703.

RIPTON  2  BEDROOM,  first   Wood  Heat floor   apartment.   $475  /  mo.   plus   utilities.   No   pets.   No   1  CORD  OF  WOOD:  $225.   smoking.  Call  802-­382-­8567. Cut  1  year,  all  split  and  de-­ SAWDUST;  STORED  AND   livered.  802-­247-­3266.  Ask   undercover.   Large   tandem   RIPTON  TWO  BEDROOM   for  Lem. silage  truck  $627,  delivered.   apartment.  $550  /  month  plus   Large   single   axle   dump   utilities.  No  pets.  No  smok-­ ADAMS   FIREWOOD   all   $259,   delivered.   Single   hardwood,   mostly   oak.   axle   dump   $1   92,   deliv-­ ing.  Call  802-­382-­8567. Cut   last   winter.   Dry,   cut,   ered.   Pick   up   and   loading   SHOREHAM,   19TH   CEN-­ split,   delivered.   $225  /  cord.   also  available.  Phone  order   TURY   farm   house,   2000   Satisfaction   guaranteed.   and  credit  cards  accepted.   sq.ft.,   2   bedroom,   2   bath,   802-­759-­2655. 802-­453-­2226.   Bagged   sunroom,  garage.  No  smok-­ shavings   in   stock.   $5.50   ing,  no  pets.  $1200  /  mo.  plus   per  bag. utilities.  802-­897-­5625.  Pic-­ tures  on  Facebook,  Brisson   FIREWOOD   FOR   SALE:   WANTED:  TO  PURCHASE   Properties. Mixed   hardwoods,   cut   and   from  owner,  open  land,  20+   acres.  802-­558-­6092. STORAGE  SHED.  20â&#x20AC;&#x2122;X50â&#x20AC;&#x2122;,   split.   Green   and   dry   avail-­ able.   Lathrop   Forest   Prod-­ $200  /  month.  Contact  Marcel   W H I T N E Y â&#x20AC;&#x2122; S   C U S TO M   ucts.  802-­453-­3606. Page  802-­623-­8311. FARM   WORK.   Pond   agi-­ tating,   liquid   manure   haul-­ F I R E W O O D :   C U T ,   S T O R A G E   S PA C E S ,   ing,   mouldboard   plowing.   SPLIT,   delivered.   Call   11â&#x20AC;&#x2122;X28â&#x20AC;&#x2122;.   Large   overhead   462-­2755,  John  Whitney 802-­388-­7300. doors,   extra   high   ceilings.   Will   accommodate   large   FIREWOOD;   CUT,   SPLIT   campers,   boats   or   lots   of   and  delivered.  Green  or  sea-­ stuff.  Call  802-­388-­8394. soned.   Call   Tom   Shepard,  

BOATING   DAYS   ARE   OVER!   Honda   50hp   4   cycle   on   16ft.   Novaronia,   rigid   V-­bottom,   inflatable,   complete,   on   hypolan   trailer.   $5000.  Also,   John-­ son   25hp   4   cycle   LS   low   time,   tanks,   12V   battery,   mobile   test   stand   $1850.   Also,  Johnson  3hp,  2  cycle,   SS,   Seahorse.   $350.   18ft. x8ft.  picnic  barge  on  trailer.   Complete.  $1200.  Also,  16ft.   proa  beach  trailer,  paddles,   life  vests.  Sail.  $1500.  Also,   18ft.   out   rigger   on   trailer,   paddles,  life  vests,  new  sail.   New  AKA   net.   $1800.   Call   802-­758-­9276.

MIDDLEBURY   COMMER-­ CIALLY  ZONED  House  with   maximum   exposure   and   access   to   Rt.   7   and   Foote   Street.   Great   way   to   build   your   clientele.   Spacious   parking.   Handicap   acces-­ sible.   Please   call   Darcy   at   802-­388-­9599. MIDDLEBURY,   OVER-­ BROOK   CONDO.   3   bed-­ room,   2   bath,   custom   fea-­ tures,  garage.  No  smoking,   no  pets.  Email  cafealtagra-­ cia@gmavt.net  .

BRISTOL   2   BEDROOM   1   Bath  efficient  gas  heat  and   new  windows.  Excellent  con-­ dition.  Water  and  sewer  in-­ cluded.  No  pets  or  smoking.   $850  /  month.  802-­635-­9716.

MIDDLEBURY   HOUSE   SHARE.   Walking   distance   to   downtown.   Quiet   area   near   TAM   trail.   View.   Utili-­ ties  included.  No  smoking  or   pets.  References.  First,  last   and  security  deposit.  Credit   BRISTOL   2BR   APART-­ check.  $700  /  mo.  1-­2  month   MENT  Heat,  hot  water,  snow   lease.  802-­989-­3097. removal,  lawn  care  included.   Basement  and  garage.  Ap-­ MIDDLEBURY   LOVELY   pliances.   Available   now.   3   bedroom,   2   bath   house.   453-­2566. Great   location,   close   to   downtown  and  college.  No   BRIDPORT:  RENT  OF  $100   smoking   or   pets,   please.   /  month   to   share   a   lovely   Year   lease,   references   home  with  nice  lake  views.   and   security   deposit   re-­ In  exchange,  provide  cook-­ quired.   $1450  /  m o.   Call   ing   4-­5   meals  /  week,   light   802-­388-­7218. housekeeping,   and   some   companionship  for  a  senior   MIDDLEBURY   ONE   BED-­ who   enjoys   the   outdoors.   ROOM   apartment.   First   Private   bath.  A   dog   would   floor  apartment  with  shared   be  considered  802-­863-­5625   deck,  $750  month  plus  utili-­ for   application.   Interview,   ties.   Beautiful   wood   floors.   references  and  background   Security  deposit,  credit  ap-­ check  required.  www.Hom-­ plication  required.  No  pets,   ShareVermont.org  EG0. no  smoking.  1457  Route  7   South.  See  Craigslist  ad  for   BRISTOL:   1   BEDROOM   photos.  Call  802-­349-­7432. apt.  for  rent  located  in  family   home.  Single  occupancy.  No   MIDDLEBURY:   2   BED-­ pet,   no   smoking.   $650   in-­ ROOM  apartment  with  laun-­ cludes  heat.  Lease,  deposit   dry  room.  Heat,  trash,  water   and   references   required.   and  snow  plowing  included.   Call  802-­453-­7037. Ready  Sept.  15.  No  smok-­ ing,   no   pets.   $950  /  month   BRISTOL;   1   BEDROOM   plus   deposit.   Call   Mike   at   with   heat   and   hot   water.   802-­349-­0025  after  4pm. Lease,   references,   credit   check,   no   pets.   $595.   MONKTON:  LARGE  2  bed-­ 802-­453-­3712. room   apartment.   Washer   /  D ryer   hook   up.   2   types   B R I S T O L ;   Q U A K E R   of   heat.   Pets   negotiable.   COUNTRY   home   (circa   $1000  /  month   plus   depos-­ 1850),  twenty  acres.  Refer-­ it.   References   required.   ences  required.  No  alcohol.   802-­482-­2243. Deposit  required.  $1395  /  mo.   Please  call  864-­630-­6905. NEW   HAVEN   NICE   4bed-­ room   house.   Large   yard.   CHARMING,  COMPLETELY   Garage   with   office   /   stu-­ REMODELED,  large  2  bed-­ dio   space   above.   $1650  /   room   apartment,   Brandon.   month.  References  and  se-­ Many  luxuries,  1-­1/2  baths,   curity  deposit  required.  Call   enclosed   porch,   walk-­in   802-­989-­1284. closets,   laundry   hook-­up,   storage,   desirable   park-­ NEW  HAVEN;  EXCELLENT   ing.   $930.   heat   included.   1   bedroom   apartment   with   802-­352-­4700. appliances,   heat,   trash   re-­ moval   included.   $800  /  mo.   CORNWALL  CLEAN  AND   plus   security.   Pets   nego-­ QUIET  One  bedroom  $750.   tiable.  802-­453-­2184. Efficiency  $650,  includes  all.   802-­989-­8124. NOW  RENTING  1  &  2  BR   affordable   apartments   at   LAKE   DUNMORE,   CUS-­ Park   Village   in   Brandon.   TOM   built   luxury   home.   Rents  starting  at  $691  /  mo.   $1200  /  m o.   plus   utilities.   Some   utilities   included.   First,  last,  security  required.   Great  location,  beautiful  set-­ Pet  negotiable.  References.   ting,   30   min.   to   Rutland,   5   Call  352-­9098. min.  to  downtown  Brandon,   easy   access   to   Route   7.   Pets   allowed   with   deposit.   Call   Chantel   for   more   info   802-­247-­0165.

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

NEW   HOLLAND   T1530-­   250TL   Loader,   200   hours.   Winco  PTO  Generator.  Call   802-­247-­6735.



OFFICE  SPACE  FOR  RENT.   Located   above   the   Bristol   Bakery.  Renovated  475  sq.ft.   office  space  on  the  second   floor   of   16   Main   Street   in   Bristol.  The  office  has  large   windows  facing  south  onto   Main  St.  and  a  high  ceiling.   The  layout  is  open  with  two   built-­in  work  stations  and  a   storage   closet.   This   office   shares  the  hallway  and  bath-­ room   with   2   other   upstairs   offices.   Rent   is   $575/mo.   and   includes   heat,   electric   and   A/C.   Available   Oct.   1.Please  call  Chris  or  Barb   at  453-­2756  to  inquire. TWO   BEDROOM   APART-­ MENT   available   for   occu-­ pancy.   Modern   apartment,   carpet  /  tile,  w/d  hookups  plus   onsite  laundry.  Ample  park-­ ing   and   storage.   Includes   trash,  snow  removal,  profes-­ sional  management  and  24   hour  maintenance.  Efficient   gas  heat  /  hot  water.  In  quiet   Middlebury   neighborhood.   $695  /  mo.  plus  utilities.  Ref-­ erences   required.   Please   call  Diane  at  802-­472-­5016   for  more  information.  Equal   Housing  Opportunity.

2006   CHRYSLER   300C   Hemi.  71,000  miles.  2  sets   of  tires.  Leather  and  all  the   bells  and  whistles.  $14,500.   802-­380-­6692.

Trucks



$2995.   FORD   RANGER   XLT  1998,  super  cab,  white.   4x4,   4   liter   V-­6.   Automat-­ ic   transmission,   102,500   miles.   Inspected.   $2995.   Call   802-­758-­2377   for   in-­ formation.

1995/1500  SERIES  Chevro-­ let  Silverado.  4x4  â&#x20AC;&#x201D;  6  ft.  box   Cars regular   cab.   350   automat-­ ic-­loaded.  New  fenders,  tail-­ 2005   DODGE   GRAND   pipe,  muffler,  manifold  and   CARAVAN.  Original  owner.   tires.  144,171  miles  asking   Super   dependable.   Every-­ $2495   or   best   reasonable   thing   works   well.   Just   in-­ offer.  Call  802-­462-­2053. spected.  Thule  roof  rack,  tow   hitch.   Much   more.   $2600.   802-­453-­4406. 2005   TOYOTA   CAMRY   LE,   76000   miles.   4   cylin-­ der,  27  mpg.  Lots  of  power.   PW,   PL,   PS,  A/C.   CD   and   cassette.   4   slightly   used   snow  tires  included.  $9800.   802-­758-­2418.

802-­453-­4285. FIREWOOD;   CUT,   SPLIT   and   delivered.   Call   for   in-­ formation.  247-­9782. MOUNTAIN   ROAD   FIRE-­ WOOD.   Green   and   dry   available.   Oak,   ash,   ma-­ ple,  beech.  Order  now  and   save  for  next  season.  Cut,   split   and   delivered.   Call   802-­759-­2095.

Cars

Wanted

USED  OIL  WANTED:  Mikes   Auto  1  and  2,  small  amounts,   drop  off  with  us.  50  gallons   +   we   will   pick   up   locally.   802-­388-­4138. WANTED   TO   BUY   1   item   or  houseful.  Also  old  books.   Call   Blue   Willow  Antiques.   802-­247-­5333.

Public Notices Index Public  notices  for  the  following  can  be  found  in  this     ADDISON  INDEPENDENT  on  these  Pages  12B  &  13B.

RALPHIEâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;S   DRY   FIRE-­ WOOD  $275  per  cord,  you   pick   up.   4   cords   available.   802-­462-­3313.

Addison   County   Democratic   Com-­ mittee  (1)

Real  Estate

Addison  County  Fair  and  Field  Days   (1)

4  ACRE  CORNWALL  Hilltop   building  site  with  expansive   view-­  Camelâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s  Hump  to  Kil-­ lington.   Approved   septic   design.  All   permits   on   file.   220   acres   also   available.   www.landwoodwater.com   619-­208-­2939.  oppa6@ya-­ hoo.com  .

Addison  County  Probate  Court  (2) Addison  County  Superior  Court  (1)

BENSON;   BRICK   4BR   HOME   Wood   floors,   nice   lot.   $150,000.   Call   Jeanne   Bartholomew  Realty  ,   802-­537-­4938.

Ethan  Allen  Highway  Storage  (1) Lincoln  (1)

LEICESTER,   6.8   ACRES,   $59,000.   Very   nice   build-­ ing   site   surveyed,   septic   design   included.   Ready   to   build   on,   with   all   permits.   Owner  financing.  Call  Wayne   802-­257-­7076.

Middlebury  (1) Panton  (1)

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

To publish a legal notice in the Addison Independent please email information to legals@addisonindependent.com or fax it to (802) 388-3100.

Porter  Medical  Center,  Inc  (1) Vermont  Secretary  of  State  (1)

Att.  Farmers 150  ACRES  FOR  LEASE:   $50.00   per   acre   per   year   for   corn.   Five   year   lease   with  adjustment  for  inflation.   802-­462-­3313. 32   ACRES   OF   standing   corn  for  sale  is  Shoreham.   802-­683-­6394. BABY  PIGS  FOR  SALE!  $40   EACH.  Call  802-­247-­6810. HAY  FOR  SALE:  First  cut  $3   /  square  bale.  First  cut  round   bales  $30.  Mike  Quinn,  end   of   South   Munger   Street,   Middlebury.  802-­388-­7828.

For  Rent

For  Rent

TOWN OF PANTON ADVERTISEMENT AND NOTICE OF TAX SALE  32 V.S.A. § 5253

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LOANCARE, A DIVISION OF FNF SERVICING, INC. Plaintiff v. ALICE STEWART; VERMONT DEPARTMENT OF TAXES; Defendants 127,&(2)6$/( By virtue and in execution of the Power of Sale contained in a certain mortgage given by Alice Stewart to Mortgage Electronic Registration Systems. Inc., acting solely as nominee for Lend America, A New York Corporation dated December 22, 2008 and recorded in Book 38 at Page 271 of the City/Town of East Granville Land Records, of which mortgage the undersigned is the present holder by Assignment of Mortgage recorded on May 13, 2010 in Book 39 at Page 259, for breach of the conditions of said mortgage and for the purpose of foreclosing the same will be sold at Public Auction at 10:00 a.m. on October 3, 2013 at 410 VT Route 12A, East Granville, VT 05669 all and singular the premises described in said mortgage, To Wit: LAND REFERRED TO IN THIS COMMITMENT IS DESCRIBED AS ALL THAT CERTAIN PROPERTY SITUATED IN THE COUNTY OF ADDISON, AND STATE OF VERMONT AND BEING DESCRIBED IN A DEED DATED 12/10/2005 AND RECORDED 01/12/2006 IN BOOK 36 PAGE 179 AMONG THE LAND RECORDS OF THE COUNTY AND STATE SET FORTH ABOVE, AND REFERENCED AS FOLLOWS: A CERTAIN PIECE OF LAND IN THE TOWN OF GRANVILLE, COUNTY OF ADDISON AND STATE OF VERMONT, DESCRIBED AS FOLLOWS: BEING ALL OF THE SAME LAND AND PREMISES /5/11) CONVEYED TO DANIEL R. ENRIGHT BY VERMONT LIMITED WARRANTY DEED OF 5 : d e h s li (Pub s d FEDERAL NATIONAL MORTGAGE ASSOCIATION DATED SEPTEMBER 12, 2003 AND A d ie if Class RECORDED IN BOOK 34, PAGE 467 OF THE GRANVILLE LAND RECORDS. TAX ID #: . 07L0000005.100 PARCEL NO. 07L0000005.100 e t g n e lle R co For se to NT Plaintiff may adjourn this Public Auction one or more times for a total time not exceeding APARTME ewly refurbished. Clo M O O R D E n 1B iddlebury, 000-­0000. M 30 days, without further court order, and without publication or service of a new notice of t, e e tr S Main s heat. sale, by announcement of the new sale date to those present at each adjournment. Terms th, include ry u b le d id $750/mon M of mile north posit. 000-­0000. of Sale: $10,000.00 to be paid in cash or by certified check by the purchaser at the time of TMENT, rubbish, 1 e OM APAR 1 BEDRO udes heat, electric, , $595/month plus d sale, with the balance due at closing. Proof of financing for the balance of the purchase to cl ly upstairs, in Available immediate be provided at the time of sale. The sale is subject to taxes due and owing to the Town of . ce referen on Route 7 East Granville. e eposit and m D o h s. e E iti IL til B u . plus OM MO The Mortgagor is entitled to redeem the premises at any time prior to the sale by paying 2 BEDRO Private lot. $650/mo . the in Salisbury 0-­0000. . amount due under the mortgage, including the costs and expenses of the sale. edfull ir u q 0 rences re Other terms to be announced at the sale. fe O e required. 0 D R N t. O n e /C d basem HOUSE LoanCare, a division of FNF Servicing, Inc., Richard J. Volpe, Esq., Shechtman, Halperin, 000. Garage an OM TOWN 2 BEDRO mons, Vergennes. heat. No pets. 000-­0 m d o Savage, LLP, 1080 Main Street, Pawtucket, RI 02860, 877-­575-­1400, Attorney for Plaintiff. n C a y s tr e n iti u util Co . excluding ly te, washer, , complete eed internet, satelli nergy N R E D O ,M i-­sp ye

$1,000/mo

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Forest  camping  areas   Man  killed  after  crossing  into  truckâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s  path open  thru  fall  season ROCHESTER   â&#x20AC;&#x201D;   U.S.   Forest   6HUYLFH RIÂżFLDOV LQ 9HUPRQW KDYH announced   the   continued   operation   of   three   popular   campgrounds   on   the  Green  Mountain  National  Forest   (GMNF). Chittenden   Brook,   Moosalamoo   and   Silver   Lake   campgrounds   will   remain  open  through  the  Columbus   Day  Weekend  on  the  Rochester  and   Middlebury   Ranger   District   for   the   enjoyment   of   Vermonters   and   visi-­ tors   alike.  These   campgrounds   will   close   for   the   season   on   Tuesday,   Oct.   15.   Forest   Service   employees   cited  the  change  as  a  way  to  provide   the  public  with  more  opportunity  to   camp   during   the   busy   fall   foliage   season.   Traditionally,   these   camp-­ grounds   on   the   GMNF   have   been   open   from   Memorial   Day   through   Labor  Day.   â&#x20AC;&#x153;Autumn  is  one  of  the  most  beau-­ tiful  times  of  year  here  on  the  Green   Mountain  National  Forest.  The  crisp   fall  air,  warm  sunny  days  and  chilly   nights   make   perfect   weather   to   get   out   and   enjoy   the   forest   and   spend   your   evenings   around   a   crackling   FDPSÂżUH´ VDLG &KULV 0DWWULFN district  ranger  on  the  Rochester  and   Middlebury   Ranger   District.   â&#x20AC;&#x153;By   extending   the   camping   season,   we   are  again  providing  a  unique  oppor-­ tunity   to   the   public   and   also   hope   to   bolster   the   local   economies   by   attracting  visitors  to  the  area.â&#x20AC;? The   Chittenden   Brook   Campground   offers   17   camp   sites,   which   are   appropriate   for   small-­   to   moderate-­sized   campers   and   tent   camping.   There   are   no   electric   hookups,  sewer  or  water  provided  at   the   campground.   Chittenden   Brook   Campground  is  located  at  the  end  of   Forest   Road   45   (Chittenden   Brook   Road)  and  accessed  from  Route  73   in  Rochester. The   Moosalamoo   Campground   is   part   of   the   nearly   16,000   acre   Moosalamoo   National   Recreation   Area   in   Goshen.   The   campground   can   be   accessed   from   Forest   Road   32   (Goshen/Ripton   Road)   in   Goshen.   This   campground   offers   19  campsites,  which  are  suitable  for   recreational   vehicles   and   tenting.   There   are   no   electric   hookups   or   sewer.  Water  is  available  from  hand   pumps   at   several   locations   within   the  campground.

Public Notices can  be  found  on Pages  12B  &  13B.

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All members of Porter Medical Center, Inc. are invited to a special membership meeting to approve changes to the corporate bylaws to reflect the streamlining of Porterâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s governance, to approve a merger of Porter Management Services, Inc. with and into Porter Medical Center, Inc. and to elect new directors of the Porter Medical Center board. For more information and/or materials for this meeting, please call the Porter Public Relations office at 802.388.4744 or e-­mail at rhallman@ portermedical.org.

Silver   Lake   Campground   is   a   hike-­in   campground   located   on   beautiful   Silver   Lake.   This   camp-­ ground  offers  15  campsites.  Access   to  this  campground  is  achieved  via  a   short  hike  (0.6  miles)  on  the  Goshen   Trail  from  a  parking  lot  located  off  of   Forest  Road  27  (Silver  Lake  Road)   in  Goshen  or  via  a  moderate  uphill   hike  (1.6  miles)  on  the  Silver  Lake   Trail   from   the   Silver   Lake   parking   area   on   Route   53   in   Salisbury.   No   electric  hookups,  sewer  or  drinking   water  is  available. In  addition  to  these  campgrounds,   fall  camping  opportunities  can  also   be  found  on  the  Manchester  Ranger   'LVWULFW RI WKH *01) 6SHFLÂżFDOO\ Greendale  Campground,  Grout  Pond   &DPSJURXQGDQG6RPHUVHW$LUÂżHOG Campground   are   very   popular   and   offer   multi-­purpose   trails,   beautiful   view-­sheds   and   a   family-­friendly   camping  experience. The   GMNF   is   one   of   the   more   heavily  recreated  national  forests  in   the   nation,   serving   between   3   and   4  million  visitors  per  year.  In  addi-­ tion   to   camping,   other   recreational   activities  on  the  forest  include  hunt-­ LQJÂżVKLQJKRUVHEDFNULGLQJVQRZ-­ mobiling,   hiking,   mountain   biking,   and  alpine  and  cross-­country  skiing. Like   many   tourist   destinations,   the   GMNF   is   a   major   contributor   to   local   economies   and   is   noted   for   some   of   the   nationâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s   most   bril-­ liant   foliage   view-­sheds,   which   will  be  glowing  with  shades  of  red,   pink   and   orange   in   early   October.   Vermonters  and  visitors  are  encour-­ aged   to   contact   the   Forest   Service   ZLWK VSHFLÂżF TXHVWLRQV RU IRU KHOS in   identifying   scenic   hot   spots.   Traveling   to   view   the   vibrant   fall   colors   has   been   a   lifelong   tradition   for   many   people   in   and   around   the   Green  Mountain  State. )RUHVW RIÂżFLDOV H[SHFW WKDW WKHUH ZLOOEHDQLQĂ&#x20AC;X[RIORFDODQGYLVLWRU WUDIÂżFLQWKHFRPLQJZHHNVPRWRU-­ ists   are   encouraged   to   be   mind-­ ful   of   where   they   park   and   to   use   extra  caution  when  they  are  driving   and   recreating   on   the   forest.   The   public   is   also   encouraged   to   wear   bright   clothing   and   to   be   vigilant   during   Vermontâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s   various   hunting   seasons.  For  additional  information   on   GMNF   camping   opportunities,   visit:  www.fs.usda.gov.

ADDISON   COUNTY   â&#x20AC;&#x201D;   A   Panton   man   was   behind   the   wheel   of   a   big   rig  that  was  involved  in  an  accident  in   Cavendish   on   Monday   evening   that   resulted  in  the  death  of  the  other  driver. Vermont   State   Police,   along   with   &KHVWHU SROLFH DQG ÂżUH DQG UHVFXH squads   from   Proctorsville   and   Ludlow,   responded   to   a   two-­vehicle   collision   on  Route  103  a  quarter  of  a  mile  south   of   the   intersection   with   Route   131   at   around  5:30  p.m.  on  Sept.  9. Police  report  that  29-­year-­old  Brenton   Stilwell  of  Ludlow  was  northbound  on   Route   103   in   a   2002   Jeep   Grand   Cherokee   when   he  drifted  over  the   yellow   center   line   and   collided   with   a  southbound  2007   International   9900I   tractor-­trailer   truck   driven  by  Robert  Morris,  52,  of  Panton.   The  trooper  said  it  appears  that  Stilwell   was  not  wearing  his  seatbelt  and  he  was   ejected   from   his   vehicle.   The   rescue   VTXDG WRRN 6WLOZHOO WR WKH 6SULQJÂżHOG Hospital,   where   he   was   pronounced   deceased.  His  Jeep  was  a  total  loss. Morris   sustained   no   injures   in   this   FUDVKEXWZDVWUDQVSRUWHGWR6SULQJÂżHOG Hospital  to  be  checked  as  a  precaution. Police   report   that   the   weather   was   cloudy  and  the  road  condition  was  good,   and  on  Tuesday  they  were  still  investi-­ gating   why   Stilwellâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s   vehicle   crossed   the  center  line. Separately,  a  crash  involving  a  motor-­ cycle   and   two   bicycles   in   Ripton   on   Sept.   8   sent   two   of   the   cyclists   to   the   hospital. Troopers  report  that  David  A.  Green,   55,  of  Somerville,  Mass.,  was  driving  a   2013   Victory   Judge   motorcycle   west-­ bound  on  Route  125  at  12:47  p.m.  this   past  Sunday;Íž  he  was  the  last  rider  in  a   small  group.  Green  entered  a  sharp  left   curve  and  lost  control  of  his  cruiser-­style   motorcycle,   laid   the   motorcycle   down   and  slid  into  two  bicyclists  who  were  in   a  pack  of  three  also  traveling  westbound   on  125  through  the  curve.   The  motorcycle  rider  and  two  of  the   bicyclists  were  ejected  from  their  bikes.   One   of   the   bicyclists   â&#x20AC;&#x201D;   Kai   Wiggins,   19,   of   East   Greenwich,   R.I.   â&#x20AC;&#x201D;   was   thrown   over   a   guard   rail   and   rolled   partially  down  an  embankment.   The   Middlebury   Volunteer  

Vt. State

Police Log

PROBATE  COURT DOCKET  NO.  15885 STATE  OF  VERMONT DISTRICT  OF  ADDISON,  SS. IN  RE  THE  ESTATE  OF EDWIN  T.  SEVEE LATE  OF  NORTH  FERRISBURGH,   VERMONT  

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Here is notification of sale of property of Lisa Desjadon in storage unit 18, and Jason Leno in storage unit 5, at Ethan Allen Highway Storage at 229 Ethan Allen Highway in New Haven, VT 05472. To be sold at public auction on September 21, 2013 at 9:00am to the highest cash bidder. All sales are final. Unit must be left broom cleaned. 9/12, 19

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All residents of Addison County are hereby given notice of the annual meeting of Addison County Fair & Field Days, Inc., to be held at 7:30 p.m. on Monday, October 7, 2013 at the Weybridge Congregational Church, in Weybridge, Vermont. $*(1'$ I. Welcome and Introduction of Board Members II. Review of 2013 Fair III. Financial Report IV. Audience Comments and Questions V. Election of Board Members and Officers VI. Refreshments will be served Cara N. Mullin, Business Manager 9/9

352326('67$7(58/(6 By law, public notice of proposed rules must be given by publication in newspapers of record. The purpose of these notices is to give the public a chance to respond to the proposals. The public notices for administrative rules are now also available online at http:// vermont-­archives.org/aparules/ovnotices.htm. The law requires an agency to hold a public hearing on a proposed rule, if requested to do so in writing by 25 persons or an association having at least 25 members. To make special arrangements for individuals with disabilities or special needs please call or write the contact person listed below as soon as possible. To obtain further information concerning any schedule hearing(s), obtain copies of proposed rule(s) or submit comments regarding proposed rule(s), please call or write the contact person listed below. You may also submit comments in writing to the Legislative Committee on Administrative Rules, State House, Montpelier, Vermont 05602 (828-­2231). $GPLQLVWUDWLYH5XOHVRIWKH9HUPRQW%RDUGRI5HDO(VWDWH$SSUDLVHUV Vermont Proposed Rule: 13P036 $*(1&< Board of Real Estate Appraisers. &21&,6(6800$5<This is a revision and update of the 2008 rules. Prior to the Boardâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s filing of these rules under the APA, the Appraisal Subcommittee of the Federal Financial Institutions Examination Council (â&#x20AC;&#x153;ASCâ&#x20AC;?) reviewed the Boardâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s administrative rules as required under federal law. See Financial Institutions Reform Recovery, and Enforcement Act of 1989, as amended, Title XI § 1118(a), 12 U.S.C. 3347. In its written findings to the Board, ASC staff recommended numerous revisions to the Boardâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s administrative rules to make them meet the applicable minimum federal standards, including revisions to the Boardâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s rules related to standards of practice, experience requirements, education requirements, and continuing education requirements. The proposed revisions to the Boardâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s administrative rules make the rules consistent with federal standards. )25 )857+(5 ,1)250$7,21 &217$&7 Colin Benjamin, Office of Professional Regulation 89 Main Street 3rd Floor, Montpelier, VT 05620-­3402 Tel: 802-­828-­2492 Fax: 802-­828-­2368 Email: colin.benjamin@sec.state.vt.us URL: http://vtprofessionals.org/opr1/ real_estate_appraisers/. )RU &RSLHV Peter Comart Office of Professional Regulation 89 Main Street, 3rd Floor, Montpelier, VT 05620-­3402 Tel: 802-­828-­2808 Fax: 802-­828-­2368 Email: peter.comart@ sec.state.vt.us. 9/12

Ambulance   Association   transported   Green   and   one   of   the   bicyclists   â&#x20AC;&#x201D;   19-­year-­old   Jake   Barker   of   Steamboat   Springs,  Colo.  â&#x20AC;&#x201D;  to  Porter  Hospital  in   Middlebury,  where  the  motorcycle  rider   was   treated   for   contusions   and   scrapes   and  the  bicyclist  was  treated  for  a  lacer-­ ated  left  hand  and  possible  fracture. Wiggins,  the  other  bicyclist,  suffered   scrapes  to  his  arm  and  a  non-­incapaci-­ tating  back  injury. Troopers  were  assisted  at  the  scene  by   the  Ripton  Fire  Department  and  MVAA.   Trooper  Andrew  Leise  issued  Green  a   ticket   for   exceed-­ ing  the  speed  limit,   which   carries   a   ÂżQH RI  DQG four   points   on   his   license,   which   affects   insurance   costs.   Leise   explained   that   the   statute   demands  that  a  driver  maintain  control   of   his   vehicle   for   the   road   conditions,   not  just  maintain  the  posted  speed  limit.   Leise  said  the  posted  limit  in  this  stretch   of  Route  124  in  Ripton  is  35  mph,  but   the  recommended  speed,  which  is  high-­ lighted  by  a  yellow  sign,  is  20  mph  due   to   the   steep   downhill   grade   and   very   sharp  curves.  Green  told  the  trooper  he   was   driving   35   mph   and   the   bicyclists   indicated   they   were   riding   their   bikes   down  the  hill  at  30-­35  mph. Trooper   Leise   urged   drivers   and   bikers  to  take  extreme  care  in  the  portion   of  Route  125  in  Ripton  with  sharp  turns   and  steep  descents  as  there  have  been  â&#x20AC;&#x153;a   VLJQLÂżFDQWQXPEHURIPRWRUF\FOHFROOL-­ sions  through  the  years  during  summer   riding  months. â&#x20AC;&#x153;We   would   like   to   see   fewer   motor-­ cycle   collisions   in   the   area,â&#x20AC;?   Leise   continued.  â&#x20AC;&#x153;The  recommended  speed  of   20  mph  is  a  safer  speed  to  be  traveling   at  through  the  sharp  switchback  curves.â&#x20AC;?

NOTICE  TO  CREDITORS To   the   creditors   of   the   estate   of   Edwin   T.   Sevee  late  of  North  Ferrisburgh,  Vermont. I   have   been   appointed   a   personal   representative   of   the   above   named   estate.   All  creditors  having  claims  against  the  estate   must   present   their   claims   in   writing   within   4   PRQWKVRIWKHGDWHRIWKH¿UVWSXEOLFDWLRQRI this  notice.  The  claim  must  be  presented  to   me  at  the  address  listed  below,  with  a  copy   ¿OHG ZLWK WKH UHJLVWHU RI WKH 3UREDWH &RXUW The   claim   will   be   forever   barred   if   it   is   not   presented  as  described  above  within  the  four   month  deadline. Dated:  Aug.  26,  2013 John  E.  Sevee 106  W.  Elm  St. Yarmouth,  ME  04096 (207)  776-­3798 jsevee@roadrunner.com

PROBATE  COURT DOCKET  NO.  15880 STATE  OF  VERMONT DISTRICT  OF  ADDISON,  SS. IN  RE  THE  ESTATE  OF SHERMAN  BENNETT LATE  OF  MIDDLEBURY,  VERMONT   NOTICE  TO  CREDITORS To   the   creditors   of   the   estate   of   Sherman   Bennett  late  of  Middlebury,  Vermont. I   have   been   appointed   a   personal   representative   of   the   above   named   estate.   All  creditors  having  claims  against  the  estate   must   present   their   claims   in   writing   within   4   PRQWKVRIWKHGDWHRIWKH¿UVWSXEOLFDWLRQRI this   notice.  The   claim   must   be   presented   to   me  at  the  address  listed  below,  with  a  copy   ¿OHG ZLWK WKH UHJLVWHU RI WKH 3UREDWH &RXUW The   claim   will   be   forever   barred   if   it   is   not   presented  as  described  above  within  the  four   month  deadline. Dated:  Sept.  6,  2013 Electra  Bennett %DUQVOH\&UHVFHQW Mount  Sinai,  N.Y. (631)  805-­5264

Arlon  Bennett 79  Lafayette  Road Tappan,  N.Y.  10983 (609)  577-­9434 Eritrea67@gmail. com

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In  other  recent  activity,  VSP: Â&#x2021; 2Q6HSWDWSPFLWHG&RW\ Duso,   20,   of   Starksboro   for   simple   assault   after   he   allegedly   punched   a   Burlington  man  in  the  face  at  a  Howard   Center-­run   residence   off   Route   116   in   Starksboro. Â&#x2021; 2Q 6HSW  UHVSRQGHG WR D UHSRUW that   someone   had   entered   a   home   on   Quaker   Village   Road   in   Weybridge   sometime   between   5:30   p.m.   on   Sept.   2   and   5:25   p.m.   on   Sept.   4.   The   complainant  said  the  burglar  stole  vari-­ ous   items.  Anyone   with   information   is   asked  to  contact  VSP  at  802-­388-­4919.   Information   can   also   be   submitted   anonymously   online   at   www.vtips.info   or   by   texting   â&#x20AC;&#x153;CRIMESâ&#x20AC;?   (274637)   to   Keyword:  VTIPS. Â&#x2021; 2Q6HSWDWSPUHVSRQGHGWR a  motor  vehicle  crash  in  which  a  Chevy   Silverado   pickup   struck   a   utility   pole  

on  Town  Hill  Road  in  Goshen.  Police   VDLG WKH GULYHU LGHQWLÂżHG DV \HDU ROG -RVHSK *HDUZDU RI /HLFHVWHU Ă&#x20AC;HG on  foot  into  the  woods.  A  police  canine   was   used   to   track   Gearwar,   who   was   subsequently   arrested   and   processed   IRU GULYLQJ XQGHU WKH LQĂ&#x20AC;XHQFH DQG leaving   the   scene   of   an   accident.   Gearwar  was  released  on  a  citation  to   appear   in   Addison   District   Court   on   Sept.   23.   The   truck   was   a   total   loss.   Brandon  police  and  Rutland  city  police   assisted  on  the  scene. Â&#x2021; %HJDQ LQYHVWLJDWLQJ WKH WKHIW RI items   from   a   motor   vehicle   parked   in   the   Silver   Lake   parking   lot   in   Goshen.  The  victim  reported  that  the   theft   occurred   while   he   was   away   from  his  vehicle  from  approximately   1  p.m.  on  Sept.  7  and  11:45  a.m.  on   Sept.   8.  Anyone   with   information   is   asked  to  contact  VSP.

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This notice is intended to inform property owners and abutters in the vicinity of the Main Street and Merchants Row Bridge Replacement project that there will be a Public Informational Meeting on October 1, 2013 at 7:00 PM during a Selectboard Meeting to be held at the Middlebury Volunteer Ambulance Association, located at 55 Collins Drive, Middlebury, VT. The intent of the meeting is to present the Conceptual Plans to the public and receive Selectboard approval of the Preferred Alternative. The project team will be seeking input from municipal officials, regulatory/resource agencies, abutting property owners, and the public in regards to the Preferred Alternative. A review of the project development process, existing site conditions, proposed work, and overall schedule will be followed by a question and answer period with an opportunity for those attending to present any comments they might have. Vanasse Hangen Brustlin, Inc. (VHB) is a consultant engineering firm working with the Town of Middlebury and the Vermont Agency of Transportation to assist with the permitting, design, and construction for the project. Representatives from the Town and VHB will be available at the meeting to address public concerns about the project. The Town has set up a project email distribution list to communicate progress and future project notices. If youâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;d like to be included on this email list or if you have any questions on the project now or in the future, please respond by sending your name and email address to: info@MiddleburyBridges.org Please feel free to contact Mark Colgan at VHB (802-­497-­6156) or Bill Finger, Local Project Manager (802-­453-­4296) with any questions or comments. 9-­12

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Addison Fire Hall 7:00 pm, Tuesday, September 17 Town Clerkâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s Office 6:30 pm, Tuesday, September 17 Bristol Town Hall 6:00 pm, Thursday, September 19 Town Hall 7:00 pm, Thursday, September 19 Town Office 7:00 pm, Thursday, September 19 Blueberry Hill Inn 7:00 pm, Thursday, September 19 Call 388-­1644 for information Call 388-­1644 for information Town Hall 7:00 pm, Wednesday, September 18 Lincoln Library 7:15 pm, Thursday, September 19 Ilsley Library 6:00 pm, Thursday, September 19 Town Hall 7:00 pm, Thursday, September 19 4590 Munger Street 7:00 pm, Wednesday, September 18 Call 388-­1644 for information Town Office 7:00 pm, Thursday, September 19 Ripton Town Office 8:00 pm, Thursday, September 19 Town Library 7:00 pm, Thursday, September 19 Call 388-­1644 for information Town Office Conf. Room 7:00 pm, Thursday, September 19 Bixby Library 6:30 pm, Thursday, September 19 Town Clerkâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s Office 7:00 pm, Thursday, September19 Town Clerkâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s Office 7:15 pm, Thursday, September 19 Town Hall 1:00 pm, Saturday, September 21 All Democrats are welcome to participate, as long as they have not participated in the caucus of another party.

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Auctions

AUCTION   At  Grafton  Motors,  located  on  189  Central  St,  Woodsville,  NH  03785.     This  Ford  dealer  has  been  in  business  for  over  50  years.

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Sealed bids will be accepted until 2:00 pm on September 30, 2013 at the Lincoln Town Offices at 62 Quaker Street, Lincoln, VT 05443 for construction of the project hereinafter described. Opening and awarding of bid is anticipated to occur on October 1, 2013. The time of receiving and opening bids may be postponed due to emergencies or unforeseen conditions. Sealed Bids shall be marked in the lower left hand corner: Gap Road All bidders shall be on the current list on the VTRANS Contract Administration pre-­ qualified list. 3URMHFWA hydraulic study was performed, in 2012, on the approximate 2700 feet of the Gap Road between the Banks and Atkins property. The project will implement the recommendations given in the study and the corresponding drainage plans. The recommendations are, but not limited to the following: create proper ditching, install culverts, reconfigure existing culverts, create headwalls in specific locations, regrade roadway, and excavate and reseed adjacent landowners property, if necessary. The work will also entail coordinating with GMP in the relocation of power poles. %LGVPXVWFRQWDLQ 1. An estimated schedule for construction â&#x20AC;&#x201C; days/weeks. 2. Broken down estimated costs -­ materials, labor, trucking, site work, etc. Work may commence immediately after the awarding of the bid. Bidders may review the plans for free at the Lincoln Town Office, 62 Quaker St, Lincoln. Office hours: Monday â&#x20AC;&#x201C; Thursday 8-­2 and Wednesday evenings 4-­7 pm. Please contact the Lincoln Town Clerk 802-­ 453-­2980 to schedule alternate day. Copies of the plans may be purchased. Please contact the town office. 9/9

       *$5$*((48,30(17 12,000#  4  post  lift  w/alignment  tools,  jacks,  Rotunda  computer  and  3  phase;  Girolift  9000#  2  post  lift  3  phase;  Western   9000#  2  post  lift  3  phase;  Maron  7000#  2  post  lift  3  phase;  Coats  rim  clamp  5030A  tire  changer,  Coats  700  direct  drive   tire  balancer,  Cuda  parts  washer  water  base,  Rotunda  refrigerant  reclaim  system,  Rotunda  lead  or  smoke  tester,  Rotunda   air  charger,  4  battery  chargers  &  tester,  Rotunda  VCM  vacula  for  bleeding  brakes,  Pro-­Cut  on  car  brake  lathe,  Portablast   sand  blaster,  shop  vac,  anvil,  roll  around  tire  rack,  Soux  valve  grinder,  Elec  grinder,  jack  stands,  3  oil  catchers,  2-­275   gal  oil  tanks  w/motor  oil  control  panel  dispenser,  set  of  torches  &  cart,  large  quantity  of  special  Ford  tools  in  cases,  shop   manuals,  hyd  press,  head  light  aimer,  Branick  strut  compressor,  hyd  lift  for  truck  tires,  gas  caddy,  In  &  Out  3  transmission   MDFNVĂ&#x20AC;RRUMDFNVHQJLQHKRLVWHQJLQHVWDQGVEXPSHUMDFNV5RWXQGDSRUWDEOHEUDNHVKRS)RUQH\ZHOGHUFLUFOHFDU wash  and  a  Reznor  waste  oil  furnace. 3$5765220 Cases  of  antifreeze,  bolts  bins  (loaded),  8  new  tires,  10  new  plastic  bed  liners,  new  batterys,  new  Fisher  parts,  oil,  30  or   more  heavy  duty  steel  shelving  units  and  plus  a  lot  of  items  too  numerous  to  mention. 2)),&( 6KDUSFRSLHUGHVNV%URWKHUID[PDFKLQH$7 0HUOLQSKRQHV\VWHPZSKRQHVGUDZHUÂżOHVÂżUHSURRIVDIHVZ ÂżOHVGUDZHUODWHUDOÂżOHVRIÂżFHFKDLUVÂśFRUQHUFDELQHWORYHVHDW FKDLUZ7KXQGHUELUGHPEOHPÂśSLQHWDEOHZ pine  chairs  was  built  by  Hillbilly  Tables  of  No  Haverhill.  This is a small list of what there is to sell!!    

 

                     Owner:  Grafton  Motors            Roger  Fournier    603-­747-­2308  

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NEWS

SALISBURY   â&#x20AC;&#x201D;   Salisbury   Community   School   teacher   Diane   Benware   recently   received   the   Outstanding   Teacher   of   the   Year   Award. The   school   will   hold   an   open   house   on   Thursday,   Sept.   26,   from   6   to   7   p.m.   This   is   an   opportunity   to   meet   the   teachers   and   view   the   classrooms. Students   who   were   eligible   for   reduced  lunches  in  the  past  will  now   receive   free   breakfast   and   lunch   at   the   school.   Additional   funds   were   made   available   through   government   funding. Tax   bills   have   been   mailed   to   all   property  owners  and  must  be  paid  by   Oct.   5   to   avoid   late   fees.   The   town   WUHDVXUHU ZLOO EH LQ WKH RIÂżFH RQ Saturday,   Oct.   5,   from   10   a.m.   to   3   p.m.  to  receive  tax  payments  only.

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BRISTOL  â&#x20AC;&#x201D;  Hogback  Community   College  is  starting  up  again  on  Sept.   16   at   6   p.m.   Local   high   school   Spanish   teacher   Chris   Urban   will   be  teaching  both  beginner  and  inter-­ mediate   evening   classes   in   Bristol.   &KULV XVHV WKH 7HDFKLQJ 3URÂżFLHQF\ through   Reading   and   Storytelling   (TPRS)   method,   using   stories   and   storytelling   to   build   vocabulary   and   grammatical   structures   in   a   natural-­ speaking   way.   Students   take   part   in   reading,  writing  and  speaking  activi-­ ties.   Participants   also   meet   and   talk   with   local   migrant   Mexican   farm   workers,   where   they   can   speak   with   native  speakers  and  help  those  speak-­ ers   learn   a   little   English.   Classes   will   be   held   at   Howden   Hall.   For   more  information  go  to  the  Vermont   Family   Forests   www.familyforests. org/public-­education/events.shtml.   Thanks   to   Dave   Brynn   for   this   information. Undercover   Quilters   are   looking   forward   to   another   year   of   quilting   discovery.  A  meeting  will  be  held  on   Tuesday,  Sept.  17,  at  7  p.m.  at  Mary   Howardâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s   house   located   at   4952  

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Bristol  Road  in  Bristol.  The  program   for   September   is   titled   â&#x20AC;&#x153;Lump   Free   Bindingâ&#x20AC;?   and   will   include   some   tricks,  tips  and  general  binding  infor-­ mation.   For   more   information   call   Mary  at  453-­2864. Bristol   Historical   Society   will   present   Ted   Lylis   on   Thursday,   Sept.   19,   at   7   pm   at   Howden   Hall   speaking   about   the   history   of   gold   mining  in  Vermont,  both  placer  and   hard   rock   mining.   His   presenta-­ tion   will   concentrate   primarily   on   the   Plymouth/Bridgewater   areas,   although   gold   has   been   found   right   here   in   Baldwin   Brook.   The   meet-­ ing   is   free   and   open   to   the   public   and   the   building   is   handicap   acces-­ sible.   Refreshments   will   follow   the   presentation.   If   you   have   not   yet   toured   Bristol   Historical   Societyâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s   museum,   be   sure   to   drop   by   before   the   meeting   begins   to   view   some   cool  artifacts. Have  a  Heart  Food  Shelf  will  offer   food   distribution   at   St.   Ambrose   Catholic   Church   on   Friday,   Sept.   27,   at   6   p.m.   at   the   11   School   St.   entrance.   For   more   information   or   to   donate   or   volunteer,   call   Becky   Price  at  453-­3187  or  Eldon  Sherwin   at  453-­3189. Bristol   Federated   Church   will   be   volunteering   with   their   friends   and   neighbors  at  Mount  Abraham  Union   High  School  on  Oct.  18  and  19  to  make   up  mobile  meal  packs  for  children  in   the   world   who   donâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;t   get   enough   to   eat.  With   Love   from  Vermont   is   the   local   intermediary   group   associated   with  Feed  My  Starving  Children.  By   donating   2   hours   of   your   time,   you   can  help  feed  children  who  donâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;t  get   enough   to   eat   every   day.   Go   to   the   website   withlovefromvermont.com,   click  on  Volunteer,  then  click  the  link   to   Mount  Abraham.   From   that   point   you  can  choose  to  reserve  a  spot  with   your  family,  join  a  group  that  is  regis-­ tered,  or  volunteer  as  an  individual.

ASHLEY   WOLFF,   ILLUSTRATOR   of   the   childrenâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s   book   â&#x20AC;&#x153;The   Wild   Little   Horse,â&#x20AC;?   will   be   at   the   Lawrence   Memorial  Library  in  Bristol  on  Thursday,  Sept.  19,  to  read  from  some  of  the  books  she  has  written  and  give  a   demonstration  of  her  illustrating  technique.

Illustrator  Ashley  Wolff  to  read  at   Bristol  libraryâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s  childrenâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s  story  hour BRISTOL   â&#x20AC;&#x201D;   Much-­loved   chil-­ drenâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s   author   and   illustrator  Ashley   Wolff,  who  grew  up  in  Middlebury,   will   be   the   featured   guest   at   story   time  at  Lawrence  Memorial  Library   in   Bristol   on   Thursday,   Sept.   19,   at   10:30   a.m.   Wolff   will   read   from   some  of  her  own  books  and  demon-­ strate  how  she  illustrates  her  stories.   Addison  County  families  with  young   children  are  invited  to  this  event. Wolff   has   written   or   illustrated   over  50  books  for  children.  She  was   the  illustrator  of  â&#x20AC;&#x153;Miss  Bindergarten  

Gets   Ready   for   Kindergartenâ&#x20AC;?   and   six  other  books  in  the  popular  series   about  a  classroom  of  animal  charac-­ ters  taught  by  a  multi-­tasking  border   collie.  Her  most  recent  publications   are  â&#x20AC;&#x153;The  Compost  Stewâ&#x20AC;?  (written  by   Mary  McKenna  Siddals)  and  â&#x20AC;&#x153;Baby   Bear  Counts  One,â&#x20AC;?  a  beautiful  jour-­ ney   of   counting   discovery,   to   be   released  on  Sept.  24.   This   is   free   event   is   co-­spon-­ sored   by   the   Lawrence   Memorial   Library   and   Addison   County   Readers  Inc.,  which  promotes  early  

literacy   through   the   Dolly   Partonâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s   Imagination  Library  (DPIL).  Wolff  is   a  strong  supporter  of  the  Imagination   Library   and   its   local   fundraising   group,  Addison  County  Readers  Inc.   â&#x20AC;&#x153;The  Wild  Little  Horse,â&#x20AC;?  written  by   Rita   Gray   and   illustrated   by   Wolff,   is  on  the  DPIL  list  of  free  books  that   are   mailed   each   month   to   children   registered  for  the  program.   For   more   information,   contact   Marita   Schine   at   453-­2366   or   lmlkids009@gmail.com.  The  library   is  located  at  40  North  St.  in  Bristol.

Women  business  owners  meet  Tues.  at  Rosieâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s MIDDLEBURY   â&#x20AC;&#x201D;   The   Women   Business  Owners  Network  (WBON)   will   meet   Tuesday,   Sept.   17,   from   8-­9:30  a.m.  at  Rosieâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s  restaurant  in   Middlebury.   This   monthâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s   topic   is   â&#x20AC;&#x153;Essential  Oils  Revealed,â&#x20AC;?  presented   Kate  Gavin,  owner  of  Anahata  LLC. In   this   aromatic   and   interac-­ tive   presentation,   Gavin   will   talk   about  what  essential  oils  are,  where   they   come   from   and   how   they   can   support   health   in   mind,   body   and   soul.   Participants   will   learn   about   essential  oils  while  experiencing  the  

healing   potential   of   numerous   oils   from   a   â&#x20AC;&#x153;naturalistâ&#x20AC;?   perspective,   as   well  as  learn  some  simple  essential   oil   recipes   and   always-­important   safety  tips. As   a   maker   and   purveyor   of   â&#x20AC;&#x153;Essential   Oil   Products   from   the   Heart   of   Vermont,â&#x20AC;?   Gavin   trans-­ forms   therapeutic-­grade   essen-­ tial   oils   into   organic   and   natural   skincare   products,   as   well   as   natural   remedies.   She   has   been   practicing   traditional   Chinese   Medicine   for   over   10   years   and  

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studied  aromatherapy  at  Chinatown   Wellness  Center  in  New  York  City.     WBON   discussions   are   open   to   area   women   involved   in   assorted   professional   and   personal   endeav-­ ors.   The   cost   is   $8   for   members,   $10   for   guests.   To   RSVP   or   learn   more,  email  info@nourishyourpur-­ pose.com. Women   Business   Owners   Network   (WBON)   is   a   Vermont   organization   with   over   300   members.   Monthly   chapter   meet-­ ings   are   held   throughout   the   state  

and  feature  speakers  on  a  variety  of   WRSLFV VXFK DV PDUNHWLQJ ÂżQDQFH management,   technology,   health,   wellness   and   nutrition.   WBONâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s   mission   is   to   provide   a   forum   for   personal   and   professional   growth   through   networking   and   educa-­ tional   opportunities,   to   encourage   peer-­to-­peer   support   for   women   business   owners   in   a   diverse   and   positive   atmosphere,   and   to   be   a   catalyst   for   creative   problem   solv-­ ing  that  fosters  ongoing  success  in   life  and  in  business.  

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PORT HENRY, NY: Beautiful 3BR/2BA home with so much to offer! Huge kitchen w/island, family room, computer room, screened front porch, patio, guest house and pool, all on a landscaped one-acre lot with fruit trees, herbs, perennials, etc. Meticulously maintained. Wonderful home for entertaining! Includes a large, fenced dog run as well! This home is move-in ready and an easy 30 min. commute from Vergennes/ Middlebury. Still time to swim in this pool if you hurry! NEW PRICE: $145,900

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MIDDLEBURY, 173 & 180 Basin View Road â&#x20AC;&#x201C; The Cottages at Otter Creek have two bedrooms, two baths, 1440 sq.ft., and all appliances included. Wood floors, air conditioning, secure community and low monthly maintenance fee. $225,000 MLS 4255508

BillBeck.com 0,''/(%85< ² At the edge of Buttolph Acres, this versatile 4-­BR home can accommodate your growing family or adapt to empty nesters who want a first floor bedroom/bath and have room for family visitors. Itâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s an easy walk to town and schools. The yard has been landscaped for privacy and an outside deck enlarges your living space in the good weather. A pellet stove in the den is a warm addition on chilly nights and is capable of heating the whole house. Solar panels offset the electric bill. The full basement can be adapted for a gym space or teen sprawl. 

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MIDDLEBURY Well maintained Cape with full shed dormer on large village lot with good variety of trees. Location allows for some commercial uses. Sunroom overlooking the back yard with 16â&#x20AC;&#x2122; x 6â&#x20AC;&#x2122; deck. $222,500 MLS 4174610

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103+/- acres within a mile of downtown & Middlebury College. Open & wooded land w/sweeping views of the Green Mountains & southerly views to the college. Easy access to walking/ running trails & great road biking. Septic design in place. $525,000 MLS# 4207545

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ADDISON Nice westerly views from the private deck of this three bedroom, Ranch-style home on .79 +/- acres. Just minutes from Lake Champlain. An easy commute to Middlebury, Vergennes or Burlington. $175,000 MLS 4240326

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