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Chili Fest Addison County Votes: Warden celebrates elected countdown to spring town clerk in By Lou Varricchio Lou@ addison-eagle.com MIDDLEBuRY Ñ The Better Middlebury Partnership pulled off another hat trick last weekend with its Sixth Annual Vermont Chili Festival. The big downtown event, held March 8, kicked off at 1 p.m. and was named one of the Top 10 Winter Events for the past five years by the Vermont Chamber of Commerce. Over 5,000 people attended last yearÕ s festivities with even more expected to turn out this year for the headlining event: a chili contest, taking place on the closed-off Main Street. The downtown will be overflowing with chili from over 50 restaurants, caterers and amateurs from around the region. While the Eagle went to press when winners announced, the public picked their favorite chiliÕ s, and winners. Last yearÕ s winners included, Indulge Salon, Black Sheep Bistro, TouterelleÕ s/Misty Knoll, Sweet MarieÕ s. A portion of the proceeds from this yearÕ s event benefited Better Middlebury Partnership and Vermont Feed. The Grift, a popular local band often headlining Two Brothers Tavern, played in the beverage tent! The 2014 festival was sponsored by Farrell Distributing, Drop-In Brewery, Whistle Pig, Vermont Hard Cider, BrianÕ s Farm Supply, Middlebury Maps, Vermont Coffee Company, Purity. Organic, Carrara, Resort Guides, Cabot, Jim Murphy Home Inspection Services, Middlebury College and Town of Middlebury.
Ferrisburgh By Lou Varricchio Lou@ addison-eagle.com
Town Meeting Day 2014 voice and balloting results Ñ Addison County Bristol: On Town Meeting Day, voters approved, by voice vote, a $714,435 town budget. The school budget of over $4 million was approved, 316-189. In the Bristol Select Board race, Michelle Perlee was the winner, defeating Kris Perlee, 253-222. The new Bristol Pond Camp zone was approved, 332-157. Cornwall: In a non-binding voice vote, Cornwall voters said Ò noÓ to the proposed Vermont Gas Pipeline project, 126-16. CONTINUED ON PAGE 9
A fire destroyed a building at Flory’s Plaza in Rutland Town March 9. The fire, located at a former motel, started at approximately 4:30 p.m. Firefighters from Rutland Town, West Rutland and Proctor joined Castleton, Chittenden, Ira and Wallingford water-tanker crews. Route 4A in Center Rutland was closed while crews battled the flames. A report of the fire was unavailable at press time. Eagle photo by Dave Allaire
MUHS Tigers win Div. II State Hockey Championship By Lou Varricchio Lou@ addison-eagle.com MIDDLEBuRY Ñ For a small town, there sure was a lot of celebrating in Middlebury during the evening hours of March 5. The festive atmosphere was the result of the townÕ s latest athletic victoryÑ a coveted state hockey championship. The Middlebury Tigers Girls Hockey Team won its first high school girls hockey Lake Division II Vermont State Championship March 5. The Tigers beat Burr and Burton Bulldogs, 2-1. The game was played at the university of VermontÕ s Gutterson Fieldhouse. The squad completed a dynamic 19-3-1 season. The Tigers last attended a state championship in 1997 but without a victory. Tiger stand outs during the championship game included Sara Boe, Baily Ryan and Allison White. Boe scored the TigersÕ two goals while goalie Ryan made 24 saves to add sugar to the team’s first sweet state victory. MuHS Coaches Tim Howlett, Matt Brush and Derek Bartlett appeared pleased with their players and acknowledged that hard work and dedication payed off big time. Ò We are very proud of the team,Ó said Karen White, mother of team player Allison White. Ò ItÕ s a wonderful moment that everyone will remember for years to come.Ó Victory is sweet: the 2014 Vermont Division II champs, the MUHS Girls Hockey Team. Photo courtesy of Karen White
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Ferrisburgh site gets court approval By Elicia Mailhiot
FERRISBURGH — After a five year effort, Champlain Oil Co. received approval to begin work on a project that includes a gasoline and diesel station, a convenience store, and a fast-food restaurant on a nearly 10-acre site in Ferrisburgh. The Vermont Supreme Court ruled in a Feb. 21 decision to uphold the Environmental Court ruling of an October hearing that approved the project back in 2012. Going forward, Champlain Oil Co. expects to have the land cleared by this summer and to have significant progress made in construction by the time the snow falls next winter. Champlain Oil Co. could not formally purchase the land, formerly the Road House Restaurant, until the court approved the project. The building is set to include a 4,800-square foot structure for the store and McDonaldÕ s Restaurant, canopy covered gas and diesel pumps, and parking for other vehicles. The project has faced its share of adversity, with the Ferrisburgh Friends for Responsible Growth opposing the project because of its size and location. Representatives for the organization said while they welcome new business in town, they hoped it to be on a smaller scale. The Ferrisburgh Zoning Board of Adjustment set strict conditions when it approved the application for the project. Neither the residents nor Champlain Oil Co. were pleased with the outcome, so both sides appealed to the Environmental Division of Vermont Superior Court. In its October 2012 hearing, the Court struck down several requirements the Zoning Board had set upon its approval. The Court ruled that the business could be open from 4:30 a.m. to 11:30 p.m., rather than the 5 a.m. to 10 p.m. the board requested, as well as approving a drive-through component for the restaurant. The Court also permitted the installation of diesel pumps and allowing constant lighting for security reasons, all things the Board prohibited. The Supreme Court ruled in favor of all the conditions Feb. 21. At right: Shortly after it opened in 2007, the Ferrisburgh Roadhouse was destroyed by fire. A Champlain Oil service center and McDonald’s Restaurant will rise from the ashes on the prime Route 7 site. Eagle photo by J. Kirk Edwards
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Go green: Chieftans coming to Rutland
RuTLAND Ñ The Paramount Theatre will set the stage for the six-time Grammy Award-winning Irish folk group the Chieftains, Monday, March 10, at 8 p.m. The Chieftains are recognized for bringing traditional Irish music to the worldÕ s attention. They have uncovered the wealth of traditional Irish music that has accumulated over the centuries, making the music their own with a style that is as exhilarating as it is definitive. After all these years of making some of the most beautiful music in the world, The ChieftainsÕ music remains as fresh and relevant as when the group formed in 1962. In their 40 years together, The Chieftains have amassed countless recordings and awards. On top of their six Grammies, in their own country by being officially named Ireland’s Musical Ambassadors, performed during the PopeÕ s visit to Ireland in 1979 in front of a 135,000,000 strong audience, and were the subject of a tribute Late Late Show in 1987, their 25th anniversary. They have been involved in such historic events as a tour of China (the first Western group to perform on the Great Wall), Roger Waters’ “The Wall” performance in Berlin in 1990, became the first group to give a concert in the Capitol Building of Washington D.C., and more recently, Paddy performed a memorial service in October in New York for the victims of the Sept. 11, 2001, terrorist attacks. They have also performed with many symphony and folk orchestras worldwide, and have broken many musical boundaries by collaborating and performing with some of the biggest names in rock, pop and traditional music in Ireland and around the world. The Chieftains consist of founding member Paddy Moloney (lead vocals, Uilleann pipes and tin whistle), Sean Keane (fiddle), Kevin Connett (vocals and bodhran) and Matt Malloy (flute). The Paramount Theatre is a not-for-profit performing arts center located at 30 Center St. in downtown Rutland. Tickets ($49.7569.75) are available by calling the venue box office at 802- 7750903, or online at www.paramountvt.org.
The Chieftan’s Paddy Moloney (left) with musician-songwriter Bob Dylan. The Chieftans will perform at the Paramount Theatre in Rutland, March 10. (Photo by Barb & Dean)
McCarren joins Campaign for Vermont By Lou Varricchio
email@example.com CHARLOTTE Ñ Louise McCarren, a Charlotte resident, has been elected by the board as the chairperson of Campaign for Vermont. Campaign for Vermont is a pro-business organization which describes itself as advocating non-partisan solutions which promote economic opportunity within the state. McCarren has held numerous leadership positions throughout her career, including chair of the Vermont Public Service Board, commission-
er of the Vermont Department of Public Service, Vermont state president for Verizon, and, most recently, CEO of the Western Electricity Coordinating Council. McCarren has been active on numerous boards and commissions. Most recently, she was a member of the GovernorÕ s Commission on Energy Siting, and is currently a member of the Vermont Telecommunications Authority Board. Ò IÕ m honored that the board has chosen me to lead the organization in its next phase, as we hire staff, grow our grassroots network and develop as a strong advocacy group,Ó said Mc-
Carren. Ò What makes CFV special are the diverse members that make up the organization and their shared goal of improving VermontÕ s economic foundation for current and future generations. In addition to McCarren, the board also elected Mary Alice McKenzie as vice-chairwoman and secretary, and Tom Pelham as treasurer. McKenzie is executive director of the Boys and Girls Club of Burlington. Pelham is a former finance commissioner in the Dean administration, tax commissioner in the Douglas administration and state representative.
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The 35 towns of Town Meeting Day
uring Town Meeting 2014, voters in 35 towns across Vermont rejected their local school budgets. Included in the 35 Ò noÓ communities are not just little hamlets but some very large, influential municipalitiesÑ surprisingly, Burlington, Montpelier and Rutland were among them; places that used to rubber-stamp obese school budgets. While this fact may not phase you much where you live, itÕ s a clear sign that somethingÕ s shifting in VermontÕ s body politic. While your town may have enough highheeled income earners willing to ante up for another round of school and town budget increasesÑ even as school enrollments decline statewideÑ an increasing number of middleincome Vermonters (who themselves, as a group, are actually shrinking) are just saying Ò noÓ at the polling booth. These votersÑ VermontÕ s silent minority, if you willÑ are starting to awaken from decades-long slumber. They remind me of the fictional character Howard Beale, played by the late actor Peter Finch, in the 1976 movie Ò NetworkÓ : TheyÕ re mad as hell and theyÕ re not going to take it anymore. (Especially watch out for a minority when it pays most of the bills.) We saw this same group of voters rumble during MiddleburyÕ s town-hall ruckus; they were upset with the lack of transparency in their local government as well as its paternal, Ò we know bestÓ attitude. Even though they were rebuffed at the polls this time, theyÕ re clearly not going away. Despite the many 2014 school and town budgets approved, last weekÕ s surprising voting in the 35 Ò noÓ towns indicates an unsettling fact for those of us who still live and work here: Vermont isnÕ t growing. During the past decade or so, Vermont has lost 30,000 residents to other states. These men and women, mostly in the prime of their income-earning years (or fresh out of college with a degree in hand), have checked out of the state for good. Data about ex-Vermonters is impossible to come by, but I think itÕ s safe to presume that there are finely interwoven reasons which propelled them elsewhereÑ such as lack of good paying job opportunities and the ever rising cost of living here. So whatÕ s left behind after young people and middle-class income earners leave the state? WeÕ re all familiar with VermontÕ s trustfunders, fixed-income retirees, low-skilled/ low-income workers, part-time residents, agenda-driven utopian activists, and other
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individuals which are supported by the remaining, taxpayer base. These demographic facts may indicate a key thing at the polls this year: Why vote down a bloated school or town budget when you personally don’t feel the financial pain? Why not say Ò noÓ to the gas pipeline (which will bring construction jobs and future economic opportunity to the region) when it means nothing to you. Nearly 67 percent of Vermont property owners are classified as “income sensitive”, a euphemism for low income or no income, and so they donÕ t pay the level of taxes the rest of us have to bear. Thus, the remaining percentage of property owners pay the difference to support the 67 percentÑ plus themselves—to finance education. For many voters in this category, there doesnÕ t seem much in the way of equality or even sustainability about this scenario. This increasingly shrinking pool of people earning a middle-class income in Vermont should trigger an alarm in Montpelier. Instead, itÕ s business as usual under the Midas Dome. The long-building economic crisis in Vermont can be blamed on multiple problemsÑ high taxes, severe demographic shifts, lack of opportunity, even unchecked one-party political rule. And instead of seriously tackling the problem of high property taxes, legislators would rather discuss motorcycle helmets, texting-while-driving or building new bicycle paths. Meanwhile, unfunded pensions, taxpayer-funded health care, the looming possibility of the burdens of mandatory sick-leave payments and the drumbeat for an increased minimum wage on small businesses only divert us from addressing the real economic issues weÕ d rather forget. Legislators in Montpelier are spending more than the taxpayers can affordÑ and increasing taxes doesnÕ t look like a sustainable fix. The problem isn’t collecting revenues; the problem is spending too much. But itÕ s always more important to get elected or reelected than Ò cutÓ the budgetÑ and so, we see the towns blame Montpelier and Montpelier blame the towns. ItÕ s clear we canÕ t continue on our current path in the way state and local governments operate. Something has to giveÑ which, until things change, means we shouldnÕ t be surprised when our older children, their friends, and even more established middle-income earners, decide to leave Vermont in order to seek out greener pasturesÑ and a freer life. Lou Varricchio, the Vermont Eagle
Free Enterprise is Alive and Well
but opportunities. They were there he business climate in to hone their skills and test their our region, and for that mettle. matter, the entire counSuNY Plattsburgh served as the try, has been dismal for far too host site for college students seeklong. The long, hard winter of ing to build their own American 2013-14 hasnÕ t made matters any dream. They came from Clarkson better. Our Main Street economy university, Clinton Community has absorbed one blow after anCollege, Norwich university, Saint other and we desperately need to MichaelÕ s College, Southern Versee things pick up with positive mont College, SuNY Adirondack, signs of growth and opportunity. SuNY Canton, SuNY New Paltz, Small businesses in our nation Dan Alexander SuNY Plattsburgh, SuNY Albany represent over 50 percent of the Thoughts from and the university of Vermont. working population. There are Behind the Pressline Dr. Nancy Church of SuNY Plattsalmost 28 million small businessburgh served as Project Director of es in the uS and over 22 million the event and created a spirited competition beare self-employed. tween the participating students who outwardly One hundred twenty million individuwore their desire to succeed but also showed a als work in a small business and those businessstrong camaraderie to their fellow participants. es have generated over 65 percent of the net new All the students were impressive and full of jobs since 1995. Over 500,000 new businesses get excitement. Serious dollars were up for grabs, started each month. unfortunately, more small not to mention bragging rights, and while every businesses shut down than start up each month single one who competed was a winner in their and the vast majority of small businesses will own way, one of the students, an early competifail to survive. tor, perhaps earned the most prized reward of Diving into the highly competitive world the day. This individual fell short of their comof small business startups isnÕ t for the faint of petition goal. Without going into detail, this parheart. Yet the lure of success is what has made ticipant froze during the competition and failed the American small business entrepreneur the envy of the world. Many with little more than a to complete their event. ItÕ s happened to us all at one time or another Ñ it just comes with the few dollars and dream have changed the world territory. and those success stories continue to inspire inFailure is a hardearned scar. It is especially dividuals to risk everything. hard when you are young. The lesson learned, This year, I enter my 40th year in the business the motivation from that experience drives one community. Most recently, it seemed to me and from deep down. It builds character and thatÕ s other business owners IÕ ve spoken with that the stuff that drives the true American Entreprethe odds are just stacked too high against small neur. The ability to rise up from failure after failbusiness. Perhaps our best days are behind us. ure and be willing to put yourself back up there Retired business people were happy to no lonagain knowing the odds are stacked against you ger be in the position we find ourselves and it but having supreme faith in self and system. seemed certain that our youth would rather As many of the students pointed out in their have government guarantees in the way of aspresentations, the road to the top is achieved by sistance rather than endless opportunities for few but the journey and lessons learned along self reliance. Then something appears on the howay is the real prize and our nation prospers rizon that rekindles your faith in the system that from their relentless efforts to create bring the demands hard work, innovation and creativity. next best idea to market. I had the great privilege last week to serve as I look forward to the student who fell short at a judge at the SuNY Plattsburgh Free Enterprise this event to be a very successful entrepreneur in Marathon event. I served alongside Bob Parks the future. Long after the awarded dollars won from the Press Republican, Hanna Provost of at the marathon are spent, the memory and moGlens Falls National Bank and Colleen Lemza of tivation will continue to drive that competitor Adirondack Grilling Pellets. We can all attest to throughout his/her life. the fact that a strong passion burns in the hearts of our young area students for the American Free Enterprise System and the opportunity that Dan Alexander is associate publisher of New Marexcites the American sprit to challenge the odds ket Press. He may be reached at dan@newmarketand lay it all on the line for a chance to succeed. pressvt.com. These students were not looking for handouts
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Congratulations Lady Tigers! MUHS Tigers From page 1
On their return to Middlebury, the Tigers were met by a freshly washed, red Middlebury Fire Department truck parked at Mountain View Equipment located on Route 7 near the townline. The firetruck’s lights were ablaze in celebration while a caravan of familes and fans in cars, SuVs and pickup trucks, followed behind the MFD firefighters. As the caravan entered the downtown area, fansÑ including several local business owners who support MuHS athletics
throughout the yearÑ lined Main Street and greeted the team bus as it passed the traffic roundabout in front of Two Brothers Tavern. From the roundabout, the victory bus continued on across the Cross Street Bridge to its final destination—the MUHS campus. Following their big state win, MuHS Coaches Tim Howlett, Matt Brush and Derek Bartlett appeared pleased with the players; they acknowledged that hard work, team spirit, sportsmanship, and dedication payed off big time. Congratulations to the members of the 2014 Vermont State Champions MuHS Tigers:
Rowan Hendy, CareyAnne Howlett, Tajah Marsden, Paige Viens, Rachel Howlett, Heather Selleck, Julia Carone, Monroe Cromis, Lauren Bartlett, Allison White, Sara Boe, Mikayla Humiston, Sarah Kelley, Molly Wetmore, Erika Carroll, Timothea Carone, Emma Best, Angela Carone, Harper Smith, and Baily Ryan. Coaches: Derek Bartlett, Matt Brush, and Tim Howlett.
Pictured at top: Goalie Baily Ryan defends the Tiger ice at UVM’s Gutterson Fieldhouse March 5. Inset: MUHS Tiger Hockey Team Capt. Timi Carone, center, is flanked by assistant skippers Paige Vien and Sara Boe. Above: The Tigers huddle during the championship game at UVM’s Gutterson Fieldhouse March 5. At left: The MUHS Girls Hockey Team celebrates after their March 5 win. Photos courtesy of Karen White
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Toni Dolce to perform in Hinesburg HINESBuRG Ñ The Hinesburg Artist Series 18th Anniversary Concert will be Sunday March 16, 4:30 p.m., at St. Jude Church in Hinesburg. The performance will include the South County Chorus and Hinesburg Artist Series Orchestra under the direction of Rufus C. Patrick. The eventÕ s guest artist will be New York soprano Toni Dolce, with performances by Harpist Grace Cloutier, and Flutist Laurel Maurer. Toni and Grace will be performing at Carnegie Hall in June. The concert will include Ò Te DeumÓ by Mark Hayes, Feel the Spirit, (a cycle of seven spirituals) adeptly arranged by John Rutter. Loch Lomond arranged by David Lanz, and Skylark a wonderful Hoagie Carmichael tune also arranged by Rutter and accompanied by pianist Claire Black, and Flutist Laurel Maurer. Dolce comes from New York City and will perform Hallelujah by Leonard Cohen with the South County Chorus, the Hinesburg Artist Orchestra, and Grace Cloutier, The artists will also perform Ò O mio babbino caroÓ from Gianni Schicchi, composed by Giacomo Puccini. Other selections include Ò I Could Have
Danced All NightÓ from Ò My Fair LadyÓ , and Ò Nella FantasiaÓ by Italian film soundtrack composer Ennio Morricone who created memorable music for Ò The Good, the Bad and the uglyÓ , Ò The untouchablesÓ , and Ò Mission to MarsÓ to name a few. Tickets for the performance are $18 General Admission and $12 for seniors and students. Tickets may be purchased through Flynntix at 86-Flynn, and at Brown Dog Books in Hinesburg. ing, she is an in-demand voice over artist for commercial and narrative recordings. After successfully participating in the inaugural season of Simon CowellÕ s X Factor on FOX, she went to work on her debut album Introduction. Released in 2013, Introduction is a compilation of contemporary classical crossover songs with an international influence. She and her husband, Andrew Bove, also own the boutique media company, Purple Critter Media, in New York City. To learn more about Toni Dolce, please visit her website at www.tonidolce.com. Pictured at right: Toni does Hinesburg: Sporano Toni Dolce performs at St. Jude Church March 16.
Nominees sought for Arts Awards
MIDDLEBuRY Ñ The Friends of the Middlebury College Museum of Art are seeking nominations for their 2014 Arts Awards recognition program, now in its sixteenth year. The awards program, which was redesigned last year in an effort to reach out farther into the community, focuses this year, and in subsequent even numbered years, on recognizing teachers, volunteers, artists, and supporters of the visual arts in the county for their achievements. Nominations for awards in both categories are due by March 20. This year the nomination process has been moved to a fully digital format. Nomination forms can be accessed on the museumÕ s website, http://museum.middlebury.edu/news/awards. Next year, and in subsequent odd numbered years, recognition will focus on students in elementary, middle, and high-school and will be coordinated with district-wide school art exhibits such as Ò Spring into the Arts,Ó in the Addison County Supervisory union. The awards will alternate annually thereafter between the adults in the community and the school population. Nominations will be reviewed by a committee of FriendsÕ members, and the awards will be presented at the FriendsÕ Annual Dinner on Sunday, May 4 at 5:30 at the collegeÕ s Kirk Alumni Center on Route 30. For more information about the Arts Awards program or the Annual Dinner contact Mikki Lane, Coordinator of Events, at 802-443-2309 or mlane@middlebury.
Revelers and performers enjoy the Sixth Annual Vermont Chili Festival March 8. Photo by Lou Varricchio
Green Mt. Power seeks environmental award nominees RuTLAND Ð Green Mountain Power is inviting nominations for the 2014 GMP-Zetterstrom Environmental Award, named for famed osprey advocate Meeri Zetterstrom. The award is presented annually to one person, business, group or non-profit to honor a significant contribution to VermontÕ s environment. It will be accompanied by a $2,500 donation to the winnerÕ s environmental cause. ZetterstromÕ s efforts began at Lake Arrowhead, which straddles the border of Milton and Georgia, Vermont. She launched a long-running effort to educate Vermonters about the osprey and help them expand their range in the Green Mountain State. Starting in 1988, the state and several of VermontÕ s utilities be-
gan cooperating to assist the ospreys, creating artificial nesting platforms, buffer zones and educational materials to provide the birds a fighting chance. A decade later, the first osprey chick in memory hatched and fledged at Lake Arrowhead, and eventually the birds’ revival allowed their removal from the Vermont Endangered Species List. Past award recipients include the Lake Champlain Committee, which has taken a lead role in addressing issues facing Lake Champlain; Sally Laughlin, a wildlife advocate and scientist whose work was instrumental in restoring three species of endangered birds in Vermont; Michael Smith, founder and driving force behind RutlandÕ s Pine Hill Park; and Margaret Fowle, who
has long led VermontÕ s peregrine falcon restoration program, which is responsible for their return from the brink of extinction. Nominations for the GMP-Zetterstrom Environmental Award will be accepted through March 31, and the winner announced in the spring. The winner will be chosen by a panel of GMP employees with responsibilities related to land management, resource protection, community relations and education, and environmental compliance. Vermonters of any age may be nominated. For a nomination application and more information, visit www.greenmountainpower.com and click on the Ò communityÓ tab.
Swift Park improvements discussed MIDDLEBuRY Ñ At a Middlebury Select Board meeting last week, Middlebury Design Advisory Committee member Chris Zeoli reported that the DACÕ s Feb. 4 meeting was dedicated to a discussion about proposed improvements at Jessica Swift Park. The committee recommended focusing on making improvements at or above the 100-year flood line only, allowing the area below the base flood line to remain in its natural state. Committee members also suggested incorporating Industrial design features into the plan for the park, to complement existing architectural elements.
Weiss studying in Croatia Kayla Weiss of Middlebury is studying abroad in Dubrovnik, Croatia, during the current spring semester. Weiss is a secondyear-year hospitality and service management major in Rochester Institute of TechnologyÕ s College of Applied Science and Technology.
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FARM BUSINESS — Jim Bushey of Bourdeau Brothers chats with Phyllis and Bob Bowdish, owners of Weybridge Farms, during an annual Customer Appreciation Breakfast event held at the agribusiness’s facility on Seymour Street in Middlebury Feb. 11. Former State Sen. Tom Bahre (upper left), who operates the Wright Choice Alpacas farm in Hubbardton, with wife Deb Wright, also attended the event. Photo by Lou Varricchio
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for $15, so bring your cat along if you have a candidate. Generally, many cats will be on hand competing and to be observed. A few possible Ô Pet MeÕ cats may be on hand and are be TBD at the show, contingent upon whether they accompany exhibitors bringing them as non competing cats. Pet Me cats availability vary from show to show. In addition to judging, there will be vendors, food concession, the agility course, top animal professional photographer Chanan and cats competing in several categories. A $1 off admission will be offered if a coupon is presented. Coupons are available at many area businesses, including pet stores, vet offices, the Rutland Library and Panera Bread. There is one discount per person. For online information, see catshows.us or cfa.org. Local pet cats can be entered by March 11 through catshows. us. Admission $7 adults, $5 children 12 and under. Spectator show times: 10 a.m.-4 p.m. Saturday and Sunday.
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Cat fanciers to meet in Rutland email@example.com RuTLAND Ñ If you are looking for a family orientated event that is fun and affordable, come to Club Felins Fleur De Lys annual cat show, being held this year in Rutland, Vermont. Club Felins Fleur De Lys, an affiliate club of the Cat Fanciers Association (CFA) is holding its annual show at the College Of St. JosephÕ s athletic center, 71 Clement Rd. in Rutland March 15-16. The show will run both days of the weekend. If you drop by either day at any time, you will find something of interest. This year, show organizers will feature feline agility, an event where feline contestants run through an obstacle of tunnels, hoops, steps and weave their way a line of polls. CFA ringmaster Jill Archibald, a Japanese Bobtail enthusiast, will direct this part of the show. Local participants are welcome to bring their cats along (in a carrier) and run their cats in agility
Photo courtesy of the Cat Fanciers Association. Photo by Lou Varricchio
State House honors Rutland nurses By Lou Varricchio
The Middlebury College Orchestra Spring Concert will be performed at 8 p.m. in the Mahaney Center for the Arts Concert Hall. The conductor is Andrew Massey. The orchestra’s major spring performance features the winner of this year’s Alan and Joyce Beucher Concerto Competition as soloist. Andrew Massey conducts the winning performance, as well as other works for orchestra. Sponsored by the Department of Music. Free. www.middlebury.edu/arts or 802-443-3168. Photo by Brett Simison
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RuTLAND Ñ A long overdue honor for work Ò above and beyondÓ was made by state legislators to the Rutland Area Visiting Nurse Association & Hospice (RAVNAH). The ageny was recognized for it significant health care role. State Rep. Larry Cupoli of Rutland City, sponsor of the House concurrent resolution, said that RAVNAH provides an important life-affirming service to the Rutland County area. Ò RAVNAH is not only a progressive health care provider, the organization also contributes to our StateÕ s economy by providing employment and good paying opportunities for many of our citizens,Ó said Cupoli. Ò The efforts of the organization RAVNAH Executive Director Ron Cioﬃ (right) to help keep the cost of health care down, by ap- poses with State Rep. Larry Cupoli (center) and plying programs and education to clients, are espe- Tim Collins (left), RAVNAH Finance Committee cially important in todayÕ s society. member. Ò WeÕ re very proud of each and every one of our Photo courtesy of Melissa Faignant staff, our board of directors and committee members for their commitment to providing the highest quality home health and hospice care for our patients.” said Ronald J. Cioffi, RAVNAH’s executive director. “It’s an honor to be recognized for our efforts.Ó According to Melissa Faignant, community relations manager of RAVNAH, the organization is now a non-profit, Medicare certified home health agency that provides a wide range of health-care services to people of all ages who need home and community health services.
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Wednesday, March 12
RuTLAND - RAVNAH Health Clinics, Templewood Court, 10 a.m. Foot care $10, blood pressure $2. MIDDLEBuRY - Ò Scratching the Surface: Intaglio Printmaking,Ó Johnson Memorial Building. Open through March 19. Free. Info: 802-443-3168. RuTLAND - Ò Texas, Not just Cactus and Cowboys,Ó Rutland Library, 7-8:30 p.m. Free. Info: 802-558-0389. MIDDLEBuRY - Triva night, Two Brothers Tavern, 7 p.m. $2 per player. MIDDLEBuRY - Open mic night, Two Brothers Tavern, 9 p.m. Free.
Thursday, March 13
RuTLAND- RAVNAH Grief Support Group, RAVNAH, 121:30 p.m. Info: 802-770-1516. MIDDLEBuRY - The Young and the Jobless: Youth unemployment in Times of Crisis, Middlebury College, 4:30-8 p.m. MIDDLEBuRY- The Elias String Quartet, Mahaney Center for the Ar ts, 7:30 p.m. Free. Info: 802-443-3168. RuTLAND- Jim Brickman: the Love Tour, Paramount Theatre, 7:30 p.m. Tickets $45.50/$65.50. Info: 802-775-0903. CASTLETON - RAVNAH Health Clinics, Castleton Meadows, 12:30 p.m. Foot care $10, blood pressure $2. MIDDLEBuRY- DJ Third Culture, Two Brothers Tavern, 10 p.m. Free.
Friday, March 14
MIDDLEBuRY - Middlebury College Orchestra Spring Concert, Mahaney Center for the Arts, 8 p.m. Free. Info: 802-443-3168. MIDDLEBuRY - Story Hour with Aurora Elementary and Middle Schoolers, Ilsley Library, 10:30 a.m. MIDDLEBuRY- Celtic Celebration with OÕ hanleigh, Town Hall Theater, 8-10 p.m. Tickets $15. Info: 802-382-9222. BRISTOL - Fish Fry, St. Ambrose Church, 5-7 p.m. Tickets $35/$12/$5. Info: 802-453-2488. RuTLAND - Book Sale, Rutland Free Library, 10 a.m.-4:30 p.m. Info: 802-773-1860. MIDDLEBuRY - The Wizard of Oz on Stage, Middlebury union High School, 7 p.m. Tickets $12/$8. Info: 802-382-1192. MIDDLEBuRY - Aurora Middle School Visit Day, Aurora Middle School. Info: 802-989-3737. CASTLETON - Annual St. PatrickÕ s Day Corn Beer and Cabbage Dinner, American Legion Post 50, 5-7 p.m. Tickets $8/$4. Info: 802-468-8962. RuTLAND - Vermont Outdoor Show, Holiday Inn, 2-9 p.m. $5 admission. Info: 802-738-6755. NEW HAVEN - Shannon McNally & Brett Hughes, Lincoln Peak Vineyard, 6-8 p.m. MIDDLEBuRY - Ò The Young and the Jobless: Youth unemployment in Times of Crisis,Ó Middlebury College, 12:15-6:00 p.m. MIDDLEBuRY - Early Show with Longford Row, Two Brothers Tavern, 6 p.m. $3. MIDDLEBuRY - D.J. Mashtodon, Two Brothers Tavern, 10 p.m. Free.
Friday, March 15
MIDDLEBURY- “Holy Motors” film, Dana Auditorium, 3 & 8 p.m. Free. Info: 802-443-3168. MIDDLEBuRY - Ò The Wizard of Oz on Stage,Ó Middlebury union High School, 7 p.m. Tickets $12/$8. Info: 802-382-1192. RuTLAND - Saturday Night Coffee House Concert Series w/ Robert Blais, unitarian universalist Church, 7:30-9:30 p.m. Tickets $12/$15/$8/$5. Info: 802-492-2252. MIDDLEBuRY - Middlebury College Staff Arts/Crafts Exhibition, Mahaney Center for the Arts, 1-4 p.m. Free. Info: 802-4436433, CHARLOTTE - Spring Clinic & Open Barn, Cedar Spring Farm, 1:30-3 p.m. Free. Info: 802-425-7211. RuTLAND - Vermont Outdoor Show, Holiday Inn, 9 a.m.-6 p.m. Admission $8, children under 12 free. Info: 802-738-6755. BRISTOL - Ò Books for BabiesÓ Reception, Lawrence Memorial Library, 10:30 a.m.- 12 p.m. Info: 802-453-2366. RuTLAND - Book Sale, Rutland Free Library, 10 a.m.-2 p.m. Info: 802-773-1860. MIDDLEBuRY - Ò WertherÓ Live in HD, Town Hall Theater, 1-4 p.m. Tickets $24/$10. Info: 802-382-9222. BRANDON - PossumHaw, Brandon Music, 7:30 p.m. Tickets $15. Pre-concert dinner available for $15. Reservations required for dinner. Info: 802-265-4071. MIDDLEBuRY - The Young and the Jobless: Youth unemployment in Times of Crisis, Middlebury College, 8:45 a.m.-2 p.m. MIDDLEBuRY - International WomenÕ s Day: Pre-concert with Judith Tick, Mahaney Center for the Arts, 6:30 p.m. Free. Info: 802-443-3168. FERRISBuRGH - Sugar on Snow Party, Dakin Farms, 12-4 p.m. Free samples, balloons, demonstrations, and live music. Continues through Sunday. MIDDLEBuRY - International WomenÕ s Day Concert, Mahaney Center for the Arts, 8 p.m. Free. Info: 802-443-3168. RuTLAND - The Borromeo String Quartet, Paramount Theatre, 8 p.m. Tickets $20/$10. Info: 802-775-0903. MIDDLEBuRY - Addison County River Watch Collaborative Benefit w/ the Hip Replacements, Two Brothers Tavern, 6 p.m. $10 cover. MIDDLEBuRY - Rehab Roadhouse, Two Brothers Tavern, 9 p.m. $3.
Sunday, March 16
BRANDON - RAVNAH Death CafŽ , SheriÕ s Diner, 3-5 p.m. Free and open to public. Space is limited. Info: 802-770-1516. MIDDLEBuRY - The Wizard of Oz on Stage, Middlebury union High School, 2 p.m. Tickets $12/$8. Info: 802-382-1192. PITTSFORD - St. Alphonsus 35th Annual St. PatrickÕ s Day Dinner, Parish Hall, 4 -6 p.m. Tickets $9/$3. Info: 802-558-7641. ADDISON - All-you-can-eat pancake breakfast, Addison Fire Station, 7-11 a.m. Tickets $6/$4. Info: 802-759-2237. RuTLAND - Vermont Outdoor Show, Holiday Inn, 9 a.m.-4 p.m. Admission, $8, children under 12 free. Info: 802-738-6755. HINESBuRG - Hinesburg Artist Series 18th Anniversary Concert, St. Jude Church, 4:30 p.m. Tickets $18/$12 & can be purchased at Brown Dog Books. MIDDLEBuRY - Timothy Cummings & Guests, Mahaney Center for the Arts, 4 p.m. Free. Info: 802-443-3168.
Happy St. PatrickÕ s Day MIDDLEBuRY - St. PattyÕ s Day Happy Hour w/ Trinity, Two Brothers Tavern, 4 p.m. MIDDLEBuRY - Glenn AndresÕ Ò Observing Vermont ArchitectureÓ , 4:30 p.m., at the Mahaney Center for the Arts, Concert Hall. Professor of History of Art and Architecture Andres reprises his talk, surveying buildings both grand and humble. Sponsored by the Middlebury College Museum of Art and the Architecture Table. Free.
Tuesday, March 18
MIDDLEBuRY - Women Business Owners Networking meeting, RosieÕ s, 8-9:30 a.m. MIDDLEBuRY - Karaoke w/ Root Entertainment, Two Brothers Tavern, 9 p.m. Free.
MIDDLEBuRY - Ò One-Room SchoolsÓ Exhibit at Vermont Folklife Center on display until May 10. Info: 802-388-4964. MIDDLEBuRY - FarmersÕ Market at Mary Hogan Elementary School from 9:30 a.m.-1 p.m. Saturdays. SHELBuRNE - Ò View from Within,Ó watercolor exhibit by Shanley Triggs at Shelburne Vineyard. Exhibit runs daily March 1-May 30 from 11 a.m.-5 p.m. Free admission. BRANDON - Winter Art Mart Show at Compass Music & Arts Center. Show features 15 Vermont Artists work, including jewelry, paintings, photography, printmaking and more. Runs through March 31. MIDDLEBuRY - Ò Performance NowÓ at Middlebury College Museum of Art Christian A. Johnson Memorial Gallery from Feb.7 through April 20. Free. Info: 802-443-3168. MIDDLEBuRY - Bluegrass Music Lessons for Teenagers, Town Hall Theater, 3:30-5 p.m. Classes meet Wednesdays through April 2. Info: 802-388-1436. BuRLINGTON - Champlain Valley Prostate Cancer Support Group, meets the second Tuesday of each month at HOPE Lodge (237 East Ave, Burlington). Info: 802-274-4990. MIDDLEBuRY - Observing Vermont Architecture at Middlebury College Museum of Art (Overbrook Gallery). Exhibit runs to March 23. Free admission. Info: 802-443-3168. BRANDON - Brandon Lions Club meets first and third Tuesdays of the month, 7 p.m. Brandon Senior Center, 1591 Forest Dale Rd. 802-247-3490. RuTLAND - Vermont FarmersÕ Market. Indoors in FarmersÕ Food Center facility, every Saturday from 9 a.m-2 p.m. Local produce, meats, baked goods, jams, crafts, and prepared foods. Info: vtfarmersmarket.org.
Births A girl born Feb. 14, Winslow Abigail Malcolm, to Jed and Janet Malcolm of New Haven. A girl born Feb. 21, Olivia James Rossier, to Ryan and Anne (Sumner) Rossier of Bristol. A boy born Feb. 21, Jacob Preston Wing, to Jesse and Rebekah (Martin) Wing of Shoreham. A boy born Feb. 25, Robert Stephen Whipple, to Robert and Kristina (Lawton) Whipple of Bridport. A boy born Feb. 25, Nicholas James Ethier, to Jeff andLaura Ethier of Bridport. A girl born Feb. 26, Delfina Esser Calvi, to Ben and Sophie Esser Calvi of Middlebury.
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Ferrisburgh: Ferrsiburgh held its town meeting March 4. Voters passed the $1.67 million town budget by voice and rejected a salary for the communityÕ s delinquent tax collector. Gloria Warden was elected town clerk and treasurer with a write-in campaign. She defeated David Hawkins, 470-332. The Ferrisburgh school budget was defeated, 450-279 Middlebury: Voters approved the new town hall plan. See separate story for details. Monkton: Echoing other NIMBY communities in Addison County, voters said Ò noÓ to the Vermont Gas Pipeline project. The townÕ s $2 million-plus budget was approved, 221-187. In the School Board race, Mari-Kate Kelley and Jennifer Stanley both won. unopposed Kristin Blanchette will serve a three-year term on the board. An over $1 million budget was approved with a lowering of the townÕ s highway budget by voice vote. In the Monkton Select Board race, Chuck Huizenga won 260-95 and unopposed Anne Layn was reelected. Starksboro: The townÕ s $511,941 budget was approved by voice vote. The $2 million-plus school budget was approved by voice vote. Bonita Bedard and Jodi Bachand were elected to the union School District Board. Peter Marsh was reelected to the Starksboro Select Board without apparent opposition and unopposed Louis DuPont was elected to the Monkton School Board. Shoreham: Voters said Ò noÓ to the proposed natural gas pipeline in the community, 63-38. Vergennes:
www.addision-eagle.com Vergennes voters elected Michael Daniels, Penny Perry and Lynn Jackson Donnelly to the Board of Aldermen. Tara Brooks was elected to the Vergennes union Elementary School Board with 381 votes and Chris Cousineau defeated Greg Burdick, 280-126 in the VuHS District School Board race. Chittenden County Hinesburg: The $8,825,631 Hinesburg Community School budget was narrowly approved by voters, 396-349, March 4. The approved school budget means town residents will see an 8 percent increase in their property tax rate. The $3,072,060 town budget was approved by voice vote March 3. Homestead taxes will be increased by 1.78 percent. Shelburne: Shelburne voters approved the $7 millionplus town budget, 1,430-652. Voters also approved a large school budget increase to over $12 million, 1,264-734.
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City of Vergennes candidates Rene Perry (for board of alderman), Lynn Jackson Donnelly (for board of alderman), Michael Daniels (for board of alderman), Greg Burdick (for VUHS school board), Ziggy Comeau (for board of alderman) and Christopher Cousineau (for VUHS school board) braved single-digit temperatures March 4 to greet voters at the Vergennes Fire Station polling place. Photo by Lou Varricchio
By Lou Varricchio
Shannon Warden campaigned for her mother, Glorida Warden, for town clerk and treasurer in Ferrisburgh. Warden defeated David Hawkins in a write-in campaign 470-332. Photo by Lou Varricchio
MIDDLEBuRY Ñ Voters in Addison and Rutland counties were using Monday and Tuesday to decide a variety of issues from a new town hall in Middlebury to a slate of alderman in Vergennes. According to Melissa Wright, assistant town clerk in Ferrisburgh, voters were voting on a $3,620,122 budget to defray current expenses and pay outstanding orders an obligations. Complete Town Meeting Day hand voting and balloting results will appears in this issue of the Vermont Eagle.
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The Rutland County Humane Society (RCHS) is fortunate to get a lot of community support and there are many people who want to help our organization and the animals we care for. Here are a few easy ways supporters can help RCHS. 1. Drop clothes and shoes off at the Planet Aid bin at JRs in Pittsford and RCHS will get funds per pound donated. 2. Search online using Good Search and/or iGive and RCHS will get money each time you search and/or shop through their participating businesses. 3. Sell items on eBay and you can designate a percentage to go to RCHS through their Mission Fish program. 4. Drop redeemable bottles and cans in the shed at the RCHS shelter in Pittsford or at Green Mountain Bottle Redemption at the Howe Center in Rutland. Just tell them theyÕ re for RCHS. 5. Donate used ink toner cartridges to RCHS - we get discounts at Staples for those turned in. 6. Donate old cars and.or boats (working or not) through Cars 4 Causes and Boats 4 Causes and RCHS will get a percentage. 7. Donate your spare change in the dog banks many local merchants have on their counters. Your spare change can help save a life. Please thank the merchant for supporting the animals. To learn more about any of these programs visit www.rchsvt. org or contact the RCHS Business Office at 483.9171. SIDE-KICK 3 year old. Neutered Male. Chihuahua mix. I’m a funny fella. I was really scared when I first got to the shelter and I hid in my kennel and shook. The staff gave me lots
www.addision-eagle.com of time to settle in and IÕ ve come around a lot. Just the other day I was running around enjoying being with the staff and jumping on their laps. I have lots of energy and look forward to going on lots of walks with my new family. IÕ m a special guy who will make a nice companion once I have the time I need to relax and enjoy my new home. If you think weÕ d make a nice pair please stop by and say hi. BOEuF 1 year old. Neutered Male. Domestic Short Hair Black & Brown Tabby. I am a dashing young fella with some really stunning markings. Would you just look at the swirls on my coat? IÕ ll bet you havenÕ t seen many that look like me. I arrived at the shelter on Feb. 7 as a stray from Poultney and havenÕ t looked back since. I really like things here where I am, warm and well fed. I do have to say, things tend to make me nervous right at the offset but I do figure things out quickly. LuCY 7 year old. Spayed Female. Labrador Retriever mix. IÕ m a very sweet, gentle lady who loves going for walks. When I see the leash I get so excited that IÕ ll be headed out for a walk. I
Vermont Eagle - 11 have nice leash manners so I hope my new family will take me for long walks. I know Sit and Shake and have nice manners and a sweet disposition. I am beautiful gal, too, with my white markings and speckly feet. It may take me a while to settle into my new home so I hope my new family will give me the time I need to relax and feel safe. ROCCA 1 year old. Spayed Female. Domestic Short Hair Black. Hi there. IÕ m Rocca and I arrived at RCHS on January 30 because my previous owner could not afford me any longer. Times are tough out there for sure. I am thankful I got the treatment I needed at RCHS and am currently being housed in a community cat room where I am getting to know some feline friends. I am very cute and kind hearted for sure. The extra bonus with this purrfect package is that I have some wonderful boxing gloves; I have double paws that make me be twice as fabulous. Adrian Bernhard Rutland County Humane Society 765 Stevens Rd. Pittsford, Vt. 802-483-6700 www.rchsvt.org Adoption Center Hours: Tuesday - Saturday: 12-5, Sunday & Monday: Closed
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AUCTIONS AUCTION CHEMUNG COUNTY REAL PROPERTY TAX FORECLOSURES. 150+ Properties, Wednesday, March 26 @ 11AM. Holiday Inn, Elmira, NY. 800-243-0061 HAR, Inc. & AAR, Inc. Free brochure: www.NYSAUCTIONS.com AUCTION CHEMUNG COUNTY REAL PROPERTY TAX FORECLOSURES. 150+ Properties, Wednesday, March 26 @ 11AM. Holiday Inn, Elmira, NY. 800-243-0061 HAR, Inc. & AAR, Inc. Free brochure: www.NYSAUCTIONS.com AUCTIONS & FLEA MARKET. Where Sellers & Buyers meet! Government Auctions Online 7 days/week. www.auctionsinternational.com. Flea Market info: www.EastAuroraEvents.com. Every Sat. & Sun. 8-5, 11167 Big Tree Rd., East Aurora, NY 14052. 1800-536-1401 Buy or sell at AARauctions.com. Contents of homes, businesses, vehicles and real estate.Bid NOW! AARauctions.com Lights, Camera, Auction. No longer the best kept secret. COMMUNITY SALE Sporting Events VERMONT GUN SHOW March 22, 9am-5pm March 23, 9am-3pm Franklin Center @ The Howe 1 Scale Ave., Rutland, VT 05701 www.greenmtgunshowtrail.com 802-875-4540 HELP WANTED $21 Car Insurance - Instant Quote - All Credit Types - Find Out If You Qualify - As Low As $21/Month. Call (888) 296-3040 AIRLINE CAREERS begin hereGet FAA approved Aviation Maintenance Technician training. Financial aid for qualified studentsHousing available. Job placement assistance. Call AIM 866-296-7093 AIRLINE CAREERS begin hereGet FAA approved Aviation Maintenance Technician training. Financial aid for qualified studentsHousing available. Job placement assistance. Call AIM 866-296-7093
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Moriah Central School Announces Anticipated Vacancy for the Position of Cook/Manager, 10 month position, Competitive Salary. For more information please call Moriah Central School (518) 546-3301. Applications are available on the Personnel and Civil Service webpage www.co.essex.ny.us/personneljobs.asp. Please submit completed applications by March 31st, 2014 to Essex County Department of Personnel 7551 Court Street PO Box 217, Elizabethtown, NY 12932
SUPERINTENDENT OF PUBLIC WORKS The Essex County Board of Supervisors seeks applications for the full time position of Superintendent of Public Works. (a) Graduation from a regionally accredited or New York State registered college or university with a Bachelors of Science Degree in Civil Engineering, Civil Construction or related field and four years of full time paid highway experience in a supervisory position with responsibility for planning, directing and coordinating the work of a substantial staff working in several units or performing several functions; or (b) Graduation from high school or possession of an equivalence diploma and eight years of full time paid highway experience in a supervisory position with responsibility for planning, directing and coordinating the work of a substantial staff working in several units or performing several functions; or (c)An equivalent combination of training and experience as defined by the limits of (a) and (b); Applications and job specifications detailing the responsibilities and qualifications are available in the Essex County Personnel Office. Excellent benefit package, competitive salary range based upon education and experience. Please send applications to the Essex County Personnel Office Phone: (518)873-3363, Applications must be received in the Personnel office no later than the close of business on March 27, 2014. Essex County is an Equal Opportunity Employer and does not discriminate on the basis of race, color, sex, age, religion, national origin, disability or any other protected class.
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Blue Ridge Motel looking for couple to run motel. Needs light business exp., cleaning rooms, man must have good maint. & remodeling skills. Free rent, satellite, WIFI. Salary discussed when we meet. 518-532-7521 School Bus Driver (Ticonderoga), Durrin Transporters. Work from home using a company vehicle. Clean license required. Permanent Part Time. Starting pay $12/hr. Call for application 518-587-2745.
ELEMENTARY-MIDDLE SCHOOL GUIDANCE COUNSELOR (For a Leave of Absence from May 12 – June 20, 2014) Apply by March 28, 2014 to: Mr. John Donohue Pre-K – 8 School Principal 116 Alexandria Ave. Ticonderoga, NY 12883 585-7442 Ext. 2210 email@example.com SCHOOL PSYCHOLOGIST (Effective September 2, 2014) Apply by April 11, 2014 to: Ms. Jennifer Bull Special Services Chairperson 116 Alexandria Ave. Ticonderoga, NY 12883 585-7442 Ext. 2212 firstname.lastname@example.org SUMMER JOB OPENING LIFEGUARD IN HAGUE What could be better than to spend your summer outdoors, on the beach, and get paid for it? The Town of Hague is accepting applications for lifeguard positions at the Town Beach. For more information or to apply, call the Town of Hague at 543-6161 or email email@example.com. The Town of Lake George is now accepting applications for Lifeguard Posiitons for Shepherd's Beach. Qualifications: valid driver's license, Adult CPR certification, First Aid certification and Life Guard Training certification. All certifications must be current prior to employment. $10.50 per hour. For information call 518-668-0034. Apply at Town Center, 20 Old Post Road, Lake George, NY.
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Ticonderoga – Pad Factory by the River. Nice 1bdrm, 2nd floor. Incl heat, hot water, garbage removal, covered parking. 1 year lease & ref required, no pets, avail 2/1, $550/mo + $550 security. 518338-7213
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Schroon Lake – leased land w/camp in excellent cond, 50' lakefront, 48' wooden dock, asking $50K. Call for details 518-4957683 Schroon Lake Waterfront Camp on leased land. Screened porch, 32' aluminum dock + more, $37K. 518-569-6907 STONEY CREEK 50 Acres secluded easy access 1800 ft. black top frontage, mountain views, Stoney Creek, NY $89,900, no interest financing. 518-696-2829 FARMFARM666@yahoo.com Town of Lake George ½ acre building lot. Access to Village water. Ideal for build-out basement. $47,000. Will hold mortgage for qualified buyer, 20% down. 518668-0179 or 518-321-3347
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Ticonderoga – Senior Housing (55+). Rent $455 or $550 *FREE HEAT & HOT WATER*. Some subsidy avail. Smoke free. Pet friendly. New appliances. Laundry on site. FHEO. Handicapped Accessible. 518-558-1007 HOME RENTALS Brant Lake – 3 bdrm year round cottage w/rights to Brant Lake, $850/mo + util, one level, large yard. Call Ted 518-744-9945 Crown Point – 5bdrm house, $650/mo, ref & deposit required. 518-597-3935 Crown Point – cute, cozy 3 bdrm/2 bath, A frame, porch, ½ acre, $83k. 518-351-5063, 860673-6119 or 917-679-4449 Johnsburg – Artistically renovated school house, 2bdrms, 2 lofts, woodstove, central air, hardwood floors. Avail March 1st, No smoking, no cats, small dog OK. $750/mo + sec & ref. 518-2515673 Leave Message Lovely Single Family Home, 3 bdrm, 1 ½ bath. To trade, swap, sell for equal value home in area, $129,000. Located in beautiful Edgewater, FL. 518-696-2829 MORIAH 2/3 BEDROOM Remodeled Farmhouse, full barn, nice lot $850 + security, pets considered. Available April 1st. 518-361-6313 MORIAH 2/3 BEDROOM Remodeled Farmhouse, full barn, nice lot $850 + security, pets considered. Available April 1st. 518-361-6313 SOUTH TICONDEROGA – private country home, $900/mo plus utilities, 2 year lease. 518-585-7907.
COMMERCIAL PROPERTY RENTALS TICONDEROGA DOWNTOWN OFFICE SPACE FOR RENT, customized for your use, available March 1st, $550/mo + utilities. 518-585-9173 Days or 518-5478730 Evenings. TICONDEROGA OFFICE SPACE AVAILABLE at reasonable rates, off Montcalm St., 174 Lake George Ave. Call for pricing 518-585-6364 REAL ESTATE SALES 10 ACRES FREE! Buy 30-Get 40 Acres. $0-Down $188/mo. Money Back Guarantee, NO CREDIT CHECKS Beautiful Views. Near El Paso, Texas. 1-866-882-5263 Ext. 81 www.SunsetRanches.NET Lake George - 2003 custom built seasonal home, 14' x 38' w/glass & screened enclosed porch, exc cond. Ledgeview Camp, Highway 149. Asking $65K. 518-964-1377 Sebastian, Florida Affordable custom factory constructed homes $45,900+, Friendly community,No Real Estate or State Income Taxes , minutes to Atlantic Ocean. 772581-0080, www.beach-cove.com. Limited seasonal rentals Sebastian, Florida Affordable custom factory constructed homes $45,900+, Friendly community,No Real Estate or State Income Taxes , minutes to Atlantic Ocean. 772581-0080, www.beach-cove.com. Limited seasonal rentals COMMERCIAL PROPERTY 2354 Route 9N, Lake George, NY
MOBILE HOME RENTALS Johnsburg – 2bdrm remodeled trailer on private lot, $600/mo., references a must, no pets, no smoking. 1st month rent & 1 month security due at lease signing. Tenant responsible for utilities. 518-251-3990 Schroon Lake, 2 bdrm/2 bath, incl lawn mowing, garbage & snow removal, country setting. Call for info 518-532-9538 or 518-796-1865
MLS # 201334029 Enjoy the pleasure of owning a year around family business in the Adirondacks close to LG Village. Call Ildiko McPhilmy, Purdy Realty, LLC., 518-253-2295 cell0 Port Henry Duplex Apartment Building, completely renoved, excellent rental history, some owner financing avail, $69K. 518-5468247
Brant Lake 9.1 acre building lot for sale by owner, Harris Road, $63K. 518-494-3174 Crown Point Land – 53 Peasley Rd. Property offers 3.5 acres on Putnam Creek w/600' of road frontage, a 50' x 30' 2 story fram barn w/elec & oil heat. Zones residential. Can be converted or build new. Beautiful spot & minutes to the Northway or Ticonderoga, $65K. Purdy Realty, LLC 338-1117 Call Frank Villanova 878-4275 Cell Crown Point, 600' + on Putts Creek, 2.78 acres, 20' x 32' liveable building. Fix up or tear down & rebuild, $30K FIRM, quick sale. 518-354-7167 LENDER ORDERED SALE! 5 acres - POND - $29,900. 10 acres STREAM - $39,900. Gorgeous So.Tier hilltop setting! Views, fields, State Land! Lender terms! 1-888-701-1864 www.newyorklandandlakes.com LENDER ORDERED SALE! 5 acresPOND - $29,900 10 acres- STREAM - $39,900 Gorgeous So Tier hilltop setting! Views, fields, State Land! Lender terms! 888-905-8847 newyorklandandlakes.com LITTLE FALLS NY AREA- 59.9 acres, field, woods, views 1,009 ft on NYS rt5 $58,000. 17.9 acres fields, woods, views $33,000 Owner financing www.helderbergrealty.com CALL: 518-861-6541 NEW YORK LAND WANTED. Farms, Farmland, Timberland wanted! We have local, national and international buyers! New York Land Quest Northern Division 877-236-1117 Southern Division 877-257-0617 nylandquest.com New York State Land Sale LAND GETAWAY BARGAINS 10 acres, Salmon River & Pulaski Area: $13,995, 39 Acres. 1 Mile Extreme Riverfront: $89,995, 71 Acres. Oneida Lake Timberlands: $69,995 Discount Cabins Starting @ $200/month - Any Site! CALL Christmas & Associates: 1-800229-7843. Owner/Broker New York State Land Sale LAND GETAWAY BARGAINS 10 acres, Salmon River & Pulaski Area: $13,995, 39 Acres. 1 Mile Extreme Riverfront: $89,995, 71 Acres. Oneida Lake Timberlands: $69,995 Discount Cabins Starting @ $200/month - Any Site! CALL Christmas & Associates: 1-800229-7843. Owner/Broker
MOBILE HOME MODULAR HOME 3 BDRM, 2 baths, on 1 acre of property, 2 car garage, 2 decks, $87,500. Port Henry, NY 518-962-4685 Park Model, 1986. Ledgeview Camp, Highway 149, 5 Pine Breeze Trail, $49,500. Come see, it's really neat! New in 2012: roof, siding, bedroom, deck & shed! 518-6363429 or 352-428-8767 VACATION PROPERTY Cranberry Lake - 90 acre hunting camp, 8 cabins, well, septic, off grid, solar power generator, sand pit, ½ acre pond, wood & propane heat, 55 miles from Lake Placid, one mile off Route 3, $155K, 518359-9859 Lovely Single Family Home, 3 bdrm, 1 ½ bath. To trade, swap, sell for equal value home in area, $129,000. Located in beautiful Edgewater, FL. 518-696-2829 VERMONT VACATION HOME FOR SALE $199,000. West Wardsboro, VT. Single family: 7 BR,3 Bath, between Mt. Snow/Stratton Mountain. Ski/snowmobile country. Chris 413-525-3247,Ext. 101 PROFESSIONAL SERVICES DIVORCE $349 - Uncontested divorce papers prepared. Includes poor person application/waives government fees, if approved. One signature required. Separation agreements available. Make Divorce Easy – 518-274-0380. Ready to buy a home? We are ready to help. The State of NY Mortgage agency offers up to $15,000 down payment assistance. www.sonyma.org. 1-800-382-HOME(4663).
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