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Police seek info on theft LINCOLN Ñ State Police are investigating a theft of money from a hiker on the Long Trail in the Town of Lincoln. The victim, Joshua Pruitt, 26, of Cartersville, Geo., was staying at the Battell Shelter on the Long Trail and he had set up his campsite to rest for the evening around 6 p.m. on the evening of Monday, June 9. The victim left the camp site momentarily and upon his return, he observed two males rummaging through his pack. The victim confronted the two males and they stopped going through his pack. Words were exchanged between the three men and the two males told the victim that Ò he had better watch out because he is all alone out here.Ó The victim felt uneasy and gathered his things and left the campsite. The victim is a full time fire fighter in Georgia and is conducting a series of hiking expeditions to raise money for a charity supporting families of fallen fire fighters. The suspects are described as two white males, between late 20Õ s and early 30Õ s. If you have information regarding this incident please contact State Police at 802388-4919. Information can also be submitted online at www.vtips. info or text Ò CRIMESÓ (274637) to Keyword: VTIPS.

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Phase 1 of Brandon project ends June 20 ‘Segment 6’ construction nears long-awaited finish By Pete DeMola BRANDON Ñ Commuters and other travelers along U.S. Route 7 have been enduring more than 12 weeks of slow traffic, and sometimes one-way going, in downtown BrandonÑ but traffic snarls and some lost local business are but a small, albeit painful, price to pay for the townÕ s vital, water supply reconstruction project. Known officially as Ò Segment 6 Roadway ProjectÓ , the multi-year-long project came on the heels of Tropical Storm Irene in August 2011. The Town of BrandonÕ s water system sustained severe damage when the Neshobe River jumped the falls and flooded downtown streets, even undermining several buildings including the historic, and still closed, Briggs Carriage House. According to Town Manager Robin Bennett, thereÕ s some light at the end of Segment 6Õ s pipeline; phase one of the project is expected to wrap up June 20. Ò Some of this has been in the works, but we had to move it up because of Irene,Ó Bennett said. Ò The tropical storm compromised our waterlines.Ó Project manager J.A. McDonald, Inc., based in Lyndon Center, Vt., has been praised for providing town officials and members of the local Chamber of Commerce with thorough, weekly construction updates. CONTINUED ON PAGE 11

STUDENT WALK — Middlebury Union Middle School students walked in the drizzle along Court Street (Route 7) in Middlebury June 13. The entire student body strolled more than a mile from the MUMS campus to Middlebury Union High School; there, MUMS students joined members of MUHS’ Class of 2014 in a dry run of the weekend’s commencement exercises. The annual event welcomes MUMS students to the MUHS graduating seniors final week. Photo by Lou Varricchio

New life for a classic Rutland eatery By Pete DeMola RUTLAND Ñ Rutland has become a food loverÕ s paradise in the last couple of years, with several new restaurants calling downtown home. The cityÕ s latest dining establishment brings memories from the past along with it. Wally Sabotka owned and operated the South Station Restaurant from its inception in 1982 until it was sold to new ownership in 2006. The property, and location, served Sabotka well for 24 years. When the South Station went up for sale last year, Sabotka jumped at the opportunity to host a successful business once again at the South Main Street location. Now, the Southside Steakhouse is ready to open its doors. Sabotka recently owned SamÕ s Steakhouse in Ludlow and is bringing many of the steakhouse practices he imposed along with him, including in-house dry aging in a climate-controlled meat locker, he said. Sabotka also plans to have traditional burgers, comfort foods, and an extensive wine list on his menu. CONTINUED ON PAGE 14

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Congratulations! MUHS Class of ‘14 graduates Sophia Abdul Sater Abbye Allen Amelia Ashley-Selleck Marshall Atkins Nick Audet Gunther Barber Zaidie Barnard-Mayers Keenan Bartlett Nicholas Bassett Hollis Bellucci Nathaniel Cole Bennett Josiah Benoit Jordan Bisson Yvette Blair Sara Boe Jeremy Bougor Jessica Brisson Samuel Broughton Carsyn Buxton Olivia Cacciatore Anna Caliandro Jyauna Caples-Treadway Olivia Carpenter Anna Cavazos John Chamberlain Mikala Chapman Samantha Cherrier Jasper Christensen Julia Cluss Lillian Crane Thomas Crowne Kate DaPolito MaKayla Davis Cody Douglas Devin Dwire Jesse Euber

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Thomas Luke Jackson Anneke Jewett Nathan Kerr Middlebury Union Leila Kiernan High School Kiera Kirkaldy Katherine Knowles Commencement Kyle Korda Saturday, Yared Lacey Corrin Laraway June 14, 2014 Jade Larocque Nathaniel Laughlin Memorial Sports Center Kasara Lear Jonah Lefkoe Christopher Ewell Brandon Lewis Nicholas Felkl Tony Lin Samuel Ferguson Zachary Lisenby Zachary Flint Samantha Little Samantha Fox Max Livingstone-Peters Alex Fredette Stephen Lowry Kevin Galenkamp Kristen Manley Avic Garcelon Peter Manning Murphy Giard Anneliese Masi Keith Gilmore James Mason Merritt Gleason Gabrio McCarty Austin Grimm Sophie McKeever-Parkes Nathan Herrmann Samuel Messenger Hannah Hobbs Maxon Moulton Tyler Hogan Wright Myrick Naina Horning Carly Newton Rachel Howlett Kimberly Palmer Sonia Howlett Sharon Palmer Eric Huestis Joshua Paquette Gabrielle Ingenthron Zo‘ Parsons Nathalie Ingersoll Piper Patterson Michael Ingwersen Nathan Peck Justina Jackson Mark C. Pettit

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Congratulations to the Middlebury Union High School Class of 2014. This year’s high school commencement was held Saturday, June 14, at the Middlebury Memorial Sports Center. Photo provided

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peachment? At the time, several other news outlets across the state also failed to mention ClintonÕ s historic impeachment. It was a time not that long ago which I remember clearly: ClintonÕ s impeachment was big news around the world in 1998-99. (Perhaps the Ministry of Truth had already revised that newsroom stylebook to meet Inner Party approval?) After President Andrew Johnson (D) in 1868, Clinton was the only other U.S. president to be impeached. Not even President Nixon was impeached although he resigned just before Watergate impeachment proceedings would have Ò lynchedÓ him. LetÕ s review the facts: On Dec. 19, 1998, Clinton was impeached by the U.S. House of Representatives on charges of perjury and obstruction of justice. There were more House impeachment articles, but they failed: an added perjury charge and an abuse of power charge. Now, fast forward from 2007 Clinton news coverage in Vermont to 2014 news coverage of the former president. Why are members of the news media still reluctant to mention his impeachment in news accounts? Why do they shy from reporting the unsettling fact of ClintonÕ s impeachment? Would it threaten a desired political endÑ maybe muddy the water for the ex-presidentÕ s wifeÕ s anticipated 2016 run for the White House? Or does it simply muddle some starry-eyed ideal, or carefully crafted Clinton presidential legacy? LetÕ s not forget that as president, Clinton lied under oath, obstructed justice and tampered with a witness during the Monica Lewinsky intern sexcapade affair. Clinton publicly apologized for his misdeedsÑ and as reasonable people, we should accept the apology. Since then, the ex president has done good things, having helped AIDS and storm victims, and given a hand to the inner city disadvantaged. But just as the media focuses on NixonÕ s misdeeds whenever his name is mentioned, letÕ s not forgetÑ for the sake of a balanced historical recordÑ Bill Clinton as jack-in-office. If news editors and reporters gloss over the unsavory personal and political facts of elected officials, then we have forgotten the real meaning of journalistic truth; we also contribute to the further weakening of our Constitution. By all means, forgive the man or woman for the public misdeed, but never forget when recollecting the truth of things. -Lou Varricchio, The Vermont Eagle



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ardon me for bringing upÑ yet againÑ author George OrwellÕ s classic novel Ò 1984Ó . The dystopic 1948 novel seems to be my personal, prophetic guidebook for these disquieting times in America. Orwell’s “1984” fictional character O’Brien would clearly understand why some news reports in 2014 still fail to mention the full story about former U.S. President William Clinton (D). OÕ Brien was the Inner Party member of dictator Big BrotherÕ s soulless society; a society made up of lies, manufactured events, and extreme political correctness. Inner Party apparatchik OÕ Brien was involved with the rewriting of history in the futuristic superstate of Oceania. The task fell to the Ò doublespeakÓ Ministry of Truth. All references to political scandal and intrigue were removed from the nationÕ s historical record—or never included in the first placeÑ thanks to Ministry of Truth propagandists. By rewriting history, Orwell’s fictional Inner Party members skillfully manipulate a societyÕ s skewed view of the world; sadly, it is not unlike a segment of AmericaÕ s own politically driven national news media since the 1970s. By deleting politically uncomfortable facts or figures in news accounts, by reporting what is only politically vital to retain control for whatever the powers may be at the time, the news media can manipulate a somnambulant populace (those so-called low-information voters) into thinking a certain wayÑ the party way. What Orwell would easily recognize as classic Ò Inner PartyÓ stuff is how some within the Vermont news media, back in the spring of 2007, skillfully eliminated direct references to the 1999 impeachment of then President Clinton. In case youÕ ve forgottenÑ or were never toldÑ the former president was impeached by the U.S. House of Representatives but acquitted by the U.S. Senate. Was it sloppy reporting or was there something more to it when news accounts of ClintonÕ s May 2007 appearance at Middlebury CollegeÕ s commencement failed to mention the most significant historic event of his presidencyÑ a little thing called impeachment? I recall a news article about ClintonÕ s visit in the Middlebury student newspaper at the time; I could find no direct mention of the ex-president’s historic impeachment. It was like imagining a 1973 campus news report about a visit by President Richard Nixon (R), but then never mentioning the historic fact of the scandalous Watergate cover up. In fairness to the student writer of the 2007 article, there was a passing mention to Ò political and personal scandals.Ó Was that the reference to im-

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ith so much It starts with honest and riding on our sincere campaigns, based on elections these facts and issues. Voters are days, is it too much to ask eager to learn about those for a little true honesty? who seek office but all too Election stakes have aloften their choices are disways been high, but given torted with character assasthe current world activities sinations and bitter battles and the economic troubles over issues that mean little at home, this election repreto the lives of those who Dan Alexander sents an opportunity to send need representation. a clear message to those who It is important to rememThoughts from govern in Washington. ber candidates know how to Behind the Pressline With the New York Priwin votes with buzz words mary next week and the and promises. Prior life exVermont Primary still two full months off, periences play an important role in how we are left with four months of reputation effective they will be if elected. Would you bashing, truth twisting, mud slinging and want someone doing surgery on you or a everything but the honest truth about those loved one just because they told you they seeking our votes. were up to the task or that the other choice Eric CantorÕ s recent loss in the Virginia didn’t pay a parking meter fine? Obviously Congressional Republican Primary hope- not. Instead, you would want to know their fully sends shockwaves to the two political success record in prior surgeries and you establishments that the voters want reprewould want every assurance that you were sentatives who are focused on their needs in good hands, not just with the surgeon, and not those of the parties. Despite Canbut with those assisting him or her in your torÕ s national party role as House Major- procedure. ity Leader, VirginiaÕ s Republicans made it The actions and decisions of our elected clear that he was no longer an acceptable officials or lack thereof in the next few years representative for their interests. Leading will affect your life and those of your chilthe Republican charge in Congress and dren and grandchildren. We canÕ t afford traveling around the nation raising money to get this wrong by sending people who for the party were apparently not a priority place self interests before the interests of for Virginia Republicans. the country. I urge you to watch the debates Cantor out spent his opponent $5.7 miland attend candidate nights. Ask queslion to $230,000, and was likely instrumentions so as to understand what really motal in elevating his opponent David BratÕ s tives these people to seek office and what name and visibility, who said in his victory their goals in life and career are. DonÕ t be speech, Ò Dollars do not vote, you (the votswayed by negative campaigning without ers) doÓ . a true understanding of the facts and when Cantor commented in his concession those are unavailable to you, focus on the speech: Ò Voters donÕ t embrace novel dark information you do know and your comhorse challengers so much as they grow mon sense. increasingly dissatisfied with the perforLetÕ s make sure when we pull the levers mance of the incumbents.Ó in the ballet booth this election year, we do In recent years the country has seen little so based on facts, issues and with confileadership coming from Washington. One dence that the candidates we are selecting scandal after another and endless bickering to represent us will be accountable to their as the two parties seek to discredit the othconstituents. Our country needs dedicated er. Perhaps, just perhaps, America is ready public servants who have a genuine interto stand up and say enough is enough. We est in fixing the nation’s problems and unitwould rather clean house and start over ing the country once again behind our comwith a new slate of leaders who will be atmon interests. Dan Alexander is associate publisher of New tentive to the needs of their constituents and seek solutions to the problems facing Market Press. He may be reached at the country.

JUNIOR SPORTSMAN — The Annual Vermont Fran Renner Memorial Youth Fishing Derby, held June 4 at the Mendon Fish and Game Club, attracted parent and their children for a day of fishing. One of this year’s lucky derby entrants was junior angler Preston Flanders of Rutland County. Pictured here, Omya Inc. employee Alan Rixon presented the boy with a lifetime fishing license donated by the Swissowned marble-mining company. Photo courtesy of Paul Hatin

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Correction Vergennes Union Elementary School Principal June Sargent (left) received a Vergennes Lions Club $500 check from club President Shanon Atkins. Members of the Lions typify their club’s motto—“we serve.”

Vergennes Lions donate over $3,000 locally

VERGENNES Ñ Never being outdone in the area of local generosity and community service, members of the Vergennes Lions Club typify their clubÕ s mottoÑ Ò we serve.Ó The club had start to the year, donating thousands of dollars to area organizations and individuals. Vergennes Lions Club President Shanon Atkins said that if it wasnÕ t for area businesses, the club wouldnÕ t be able to help. The yearÕ s service started off with the club donating $2,000 to the Vergennes Community Food Shelf to help purchase food for local families in need. A few weeks ago. Maryanne Castimore, representing the food shelf, thanked the club for the donation and mentioned that the number of households receiving food on a monthly basis has nearly doubled in the past few years. The next project was the annual Ò Speak OutÓ competition. This year, four young women from Vergennes Union High School presented speeches based on Lions Club International President Barry PalmerÕ s slogan of Follow Your Dream. Hannah Hatch won first place over her fellow presenters Stephanie Anderson, Julie Grace and Cassi King. Hannah went on to the District (Vermont) competition where she came in second place. The competition resulted in cash prizes for the top three speakers. Advisor Cookie Stepanitis helps the students prepare each year. The club also presented $500 to Vergennes Union Elementary School Principal June Sargent to help strengthen the reading program at the school. Sargent spoke about the competition to read and the tremendous success that she has seen with students surpassing what she had originally expected. Elderly Services Director Joanne Corbett spoke to the club about her program and encouraged members to help identify folks in our communities that might benefit from use of the program. She also mentioned the constant need for additional funding to help meet the costs of the program. Atkins presented Corbett with $1,000. The Vergennes Lions Club also sponsored regular Red Cross blood drives, made donations for fuel assistance, built handicap accessible ramps to homes in Bristol and Vergennes, and made a $1,000 donation to the Vergennes Area Boys and Girls Club. The club also participated in the American Legion sponsored Memorial Day Parade with a float, selling flags and food, and conducting its annual car raffle. The winner of the car was Sara Leach. The monetary winners were Phil OÕ Brien, Jr. and Julie Norton.

Town gearing up for big bridge construction job By Lou Varricchio MIDDLEBURY Ñ According to Town Manager Kathleen Ramsay, MiddleburyÕ s project engineering team continued to work on refining the construction timeline for the bridge replacements project in downtown Middlebury last week. Early release workÑ such as pile driving tunnel supports and micro tunneling for drainageÑ will begin this autumn, according to Ramsay. The Main Street and Merchants Row bridges will remain open for travel while early work gets underway and traffic will not be affected, however, the principle construction work on the bridges is scheduled to begin in the spring of 2015. Ramasay noted that on June 1, Project Manager Bill Finger met with the members of St. StephenÕ s Church, located on the town green, to provide an overview of the project.

Last weekÕ s photograph showing a turned over truck along U.S. Route 7 in Salisbury was a Nop Brothers Farm truck, not a Murphy’s Metal truck, as we were told erroneously by a flagger on the scene. The truck driver Leo Malzac was not injured.

PEGTV Executive Director,Michael Valentine (L) and Channel 20 Program Coordinator Chris McCormack (R) stand with Simeon Pol (M) of Rutland High School, one of PEGTV’s recipients of the 2014 Courcelle Scholarships. Brendan Tardiff of Fair Haven is the second scholarship winner. (Missing: Brendan Tardiff )

Rutland students win PEGTV scholarships RUTLAND Ñ The PEGTV Scholarship Committee is pleased to announce that Brendan Tardiff of Fair Haven and Simeon Pol of Chittenden are each recipients of a $1,000 PEGTV Courcelle Scholarship. This is the first year that PEGTV has offered two scholarships and expanded the scope to include the entire realm of visual and media arts. Tardiff is a senior at Fair Haven Union High School and a member of the Stafford Technical Center Digital Arts Program. He will be attending the Savannah College of Art and Design in Savannah, Georgia majoring in Animation. Brendan is the son of Todd and Stephanie Eckler of Fair Haven. Pol is a senior at Rutland High School. He will be attending Champlain College in Burlington majoring in Filmmaking. Simeon is the son of Daniel and Jennifer Pol of Chittenden. The Courcelle Scholarship is awarded annually to a Rutland County high school senior who has exhibited a high level of proficiency and interest in the visual and media arts and intends to pursue further study at an accredited college, university or trade school. The PEGTV Courcelle Scholarship honors the memory of Joe Courcelle for his pioneering work for local public access television. Joe Courcelle was an active member of the original board of directors, a dedicated independent producer and an integral part of the establishment of RutlandÕ s PEGTV.

The story of porches at Chimney Point to be told Wednesday, June 25 ADDISON Ð On Wednesday, June 25, at 7 p.m., historic preservationist and author Thomas Durant Visser, will present an illustrated program on the history and architecture of the porches of North America at the Chimney Point State Historic Site in Addison. Afterwards there will be a book-signing and refreshments on the historic Chimney Point porch. Visser is the long-time director of the University of Vermont graduate program in historic preservation. His book, Porches of

North America, was published by the University Press of New England, as was his earlier popular book, Field Guide to New England Barns. The doors open to the public at 6:30 p.m. Come early, bring a picnic, enjoy the rocking chairs on the porch, go for a walk across the new bridge, and take a look at the special exhibit, Ò What Lies Beneath: 9,000 Years of History at Chimney Point,Ó before the talk at 7 p.m. The public is welcome. Free, donations appreci-

ated. The Chimney Point State Historic Site is located at 8149 Route 17, at the foot of the new Lake Champlain Bridge. Call 802-7592412 for information. The site is open Wednesdays through Sundays and Monday holidays through Columbus Day, 9:30 a.m. to 5:00 p.m. Regular admission is $5 for adults and free for children under 15.

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Rutland County Humane Society Does your dog like to go for walks (silly question)? Do you want to get out and get some exercise? If so, join us for Walk, Wag and Run at CSJ. RCHS is working with the Rutland Recreation and Parks Department on these great events. On June 24 and July 29 2.5K and 5K walk/runs will take place at College of Saint Joseph in Rutland. Bring your dog (or not) and enjoy the great outdoors. Registration starts at 5:30 and races start at 6:30 pm. Registration is free for all students entering 12th grade and younger. $5 registration fee for all others. Please also feel free to bring an item to donate to the Humane Society. Our wish list is available on our website Please contact the RCHS Business Office at 483.9171 with any questions. BLAZE 6 year old. Neutered Male. Pit Bull. Hi, itÕ s me Blaze. You may remember me because I was at the shelter for a while. I did get adopted and I had lots of fun while I was in my adoptive home. I got to go for lots of walks, ride in the car, got to play with my tennis ball, got lots of love and attention and got to hang out with great people. It was fun. I was brought back after a week or so because I donÕ t do well with small children so IÕ m looking for a home with children 10 years old or older. I really enjoyed my time with people and IÕ d love it if my new owners could be home a lot (or maybe I could go with them) so we can be together. KIT 3 year old. Neutered Male. Domestic Medium Hair Brown tabby with white. Hello there. My name is Kit. I donÕ t want to sound biased but I think I am a pretty handsome guy with my fluffy fur and all. I really hope you will agree. I was transferred here with some of my friends from an overcrowded shelter. I am happy that I am here but I am really eager to find my forever home. Please come in and meet me today. I canÕ t wait to see you. CHOWDER 5 year old. Neutered Male. Akita mix. IÕ m a silly fella who really enjoys being with people. I love getting lots of love and attention and will lean into you for a little more affection and attention. IÕ m a super guy who already knows Sit, Down, Shake and Sit Pretty. IÕ m super talented, if I do say so myself. IÕ m very playful and I especially love squeaky toys but will be happy

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June 21, 2014 playing with any kind of toys especially if IÕ m hanging out with my favorite people. Oh, did I mention how handsome I am? But I probably donÕ t need to tell you that. JONQUIL 2 year old. Spayed Female. Domestic Long Hair Black. Hello. I am an outgoing gal who is chatty and very sweet. My long hair is quite precious and I arrived here at the shelter in early May from another shelter because the shelter was very busy and populated and RCHS was helpful and took me in to find a forever home for me. I cannot wait for that day to come but until then I am rolling with the punches, trying to make friend and winning over the staffÕ s hearts. Looking forward to meeting you. Adrian Bernhard Rutland County Humane Society 765 Stevens Rd. Pittsford, Vt. 802-483-6700 Adoption Center Hours: Tuesday - Saturday: 12-5, Sunday & Monday: Closed

Bartley to direct Vt. GOP campaign By Lou Varricchio RUTLAND Ñ The Vermont Republican Pary has named a new victory campaign director, according to David Sunderland, the state GOP chairman. Sunderland announced June 3 that Jeff Bartley, a resident of Colchester, will start on directing the 2014 campaign. Ò In alignment with our goal of reaching every voter with the message of a more affordable Vermont, more job opportunities and a more balanced state government, Jeff will join the staff as victory campaign director effective June 9,Õ Sunderland said. Reporting directly to Sunderland, Bartley will have primary responsibilities for executing the state GOPÕ s strategic campaign plans, recruiting and organizing our grass roots volunteers, and leading our online and digital messaging efforts. Bartley will work in close partnership with Vermont GOP Political Director Brent Burns and Operations Manager Marty Searight, Sunderland noted. bartley, a native Vermonter, earned a Bachelor of Science degree in business management at Champlain College in 2009 and graduated earlier this month with a Masters of Business Administration, also from Champlain. He was active with the BYOBiz program and has a passion for entrepreneurial ventures. In March, Bartley was elected to the Colchester Select Board after serving on the Colchester Development Review Board, the Colchester Community Center Initiative, and Governance Committees. Bartley has received additional training through the Republican National Committee’s campaign management and field schools, while also attending seminars on political organization over the past decade.

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DEMOLISHED — An empty house, located adjacent to the Rite Aid drug store facing Court Street (U.S. Route 7) in Middlebury, was demolished June 9. The property is owned by the Rite Aid Corporation which received permission from town officials to raze the structure. Inspectors were in the building recently to look for asbestos, lead paint, and other hazardous materials prior to demolition. Store managers were uncertain what the EMAILED ADVERTISEMENT lot would be used after the building was removed.

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‘Charlotte the whale:’ By Lou Varricchio CHARLOTTE Ñ Between 10,000 and 13,000 years ago, most of lowland Vermont, west of the Green Mountains, was submerged under the cold, arctic waters of a vast, Atlantic embayment, dubbed the Champlain Sea by geologists. Of course modern freshwater Lake Champlain didnÕ t exist back then. The great Champlain Valley basin, which had been depressed by megatons of continental glacial ice for millennia, was under seawater. The land would rebound as it gradually rose following the melting of the glaciers. Ò At its peak,Ó according to Canadian geologist P.J. Barnett, Ò the sea extended inland as far south as Lake Champlain and somewhat farther west than the city of Ottawa, Ontario, and farther up the Ottawa River past Pembroke.Ó The prehistoric Champlain Sea was deep; a wide tongue of the sea penetrated Vermont and New York. To give you an idea of the Champlain SeaÕ s depth, the ancient surface was approximately 490 feet (150 meters) above the level of the surface of Lake Champlain. This deep lobe of the Atlantic lasted in Vermont for over 2,500 years. You can see evidence of this vanished, frigid sea around the Champlain Valley today, but you have to know where to look. Marine shells, small molluscs such as pelecypods, parasitic barnacles, even the fish bones of a smeltÑ called capelin of the genus MallotusÑ are among the youngest fossils not only found in Champlai Sea deposits, but in all of North America. The fossils can be found on both sides of Lake Champlain, in former Champlain Sea silt and sand deposits. For example, a large deposit of tiny mollusc shells can be found along the road just north of Plattsburgh. ItÕ s safe to say that the Champlain Sea was also home to a diverse population of marine

The extent of the Champlain Sea between 10,000 and 13,000 years before the present. mammals, too, because one of the most famous fossil skeletons of the 19th century was discovered right here, in Vermont In 1849, during the construction of the first railroad line linking Rutland and Burlington, site workers exposed the bones of a large creature while digging a ten-foot-deep trench in clay on Ferry Road in Charlotte. While the railroad workers didnÕ t seem to care much about their find—just some old bones, they thought, probably a Colonial-era workhorseÑ a nearby Charlotte resident, John G. Thorp, took a keen interest; one day, while sauntering past a mound of exposed clay, Thorp observed the fragments of white bone. Thorp talked to the railroad foreman and convinced him to move his men downline, so that the clay could be examined and the bones extracted. Ò Unfortunately... the workmen continued to

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ghost denizen of a vanished sea Computer reconstruction: The Charlotte whale skeleton, as far as Vermont fossils go, is a young one—a mere 12,500 years old.

excavate, destroying parts of the skull. But after consulting with experts, Thorp learned that the bones were identified as those of a beluga or white whaleÑ a sea mammal that inhabits arctic and subarctic marine waters in the northern hemisphere,Ó according to Wesley Alan Wright. Wright, along with former UVM geologist and author Jeff Howe, created an online Ò electronic museumÓ about the whale fossil. Called Ò Charlotte, the Vermont WhaleÓ , the site includes tidbits about the fascinating history of the fossil discovery. The websiteÕ s co-creators have a strong interest in preserving the legacy of Charlotte the Whale. Wright is a member of the Center for Teaching and Learning at the University of Vermont and Howe, a geologist, is the author of the definitive work about the fossil, titled “How Do You Get a Whale in Vermont?Ó In 1993, when Howe was the curator and exhibits designer of the Perkins Museum of Geology at the University of Vermont, he helped promote a billÑ now a state lawÑ designating the Charlotte whale as Vermont’s official state fossil. Over the years, Howe has continued to research the story of the famous whale; he has helped secure its place in the cultural and geologic history of the Green Mountain State. Ò Because Charlotte is located far inlandÑ over 150 miles from the Atlantic OceanÑ early naturalists were at a loss to explain the bones of a marine whale buried beneath the fields of rural Vermont. Today, the Charlotte whale is an aid in the study of the geol-

ogy and the natural history of the Champlain Basin,Ó Howe said. According to WrightÕ s and HoweÕ s online museum, Ò The current understanding of the Charlotte whale is based on original observations by naturalist Zadock Thompson at the time of its discovery, further investigations were made by George H. Perkins in the early 1900s, and current research. This research has provided us with some answers to the most commonly asked questions about the Charlotte whale.Ó Charlotte’s scientific name is Delphinapterus leucas. It is 12 feet in length and, although ancient, is nearly identical to the modern beluga. And while its sex canÕ t be determined by experts, its tooth wear and bone sutures are signs that, in life, it was an adult. According to Wright and Howe, todayÕ s declining population of Beluga whales in the Gulf of St. Lawrence represent the final remnant of Champlain Sea whales, of which Charlotte was a member. You can view Vermont’s official state fossil, the original Charlotte fossil whale skeleton, on display at the University of VermontÕ s Perkins Geology Museum. For UVM museum hours of operation, call 802-656-8694. Sources and permissions: EnvirolinkÕ s UVM Ò Charlotte, the Whale: an Electronic MuseumÓ website (produced by Jeff Howe and Wesley Alan Wright), Carl ZimmerÕ s book Ò Evolution: the Triumph of an IdeaÓ , and “Office of the Secretary of State, Vermont Legislative Directory and State Manual, Biennial Session, 1993-94Ó . Images courtesy UVM and Skulls Unlimited.

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Continued from page 1 Phase 2 of Segment 6 will take off shortly after phase 1 concludes and will continue into 2016. Bennett said 90 percent of the 100 percent-taxpayer paid project comes from the Federal Highway Administration; the remaining funds, in equal amounts, come from state and local taxpayers.In preparation for shutting off BrandonÕ s downtown water June 12, police restricted parking in the vicinity of the Cafe Provence Restaurant on Center Street. Tropical Storm Irene damage: Construction work continued on downtown Brandon’s waterline, June 11. Photo by Lou Varricchio

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Local students named to the UVM Dean’s List BURLINGTON Ñ The following area students were named to the University of Vermont

DeanÕ s List. To be named to the deanÕ s list, students must have a grade-point average of 3.0 or better and rank in the top 20 percent of their class in their respective college or school. Ashley Brunet of Addison Morgen Clark of Addison Asa Hunt of Addison Nina Gage of Brandon Ariel Mondlak of Brandon Jenna Munger of Brandon Taylor Allred of Bristol Heath Hescock of Bristol Hannah Rickner of Bristol Katrina Smith of Bristol Sylvia Sword of Bristol

Eliza Mayer of Cornwall Brian Kilbride of Ferrisburgh April Mentzer of Ferrisburgh Stephen Van Wyck of Ferrisburgh Thomas Linder of Huntington Anna Ogilvie of Huntington Owen Rachampbell of Huntington Morgan Whitehouse of Huntington Patrick Foley of Leicester Kelsey Scarborough of Leicester Robert Hamilton of Lincoln Reed Messner of Middlebury Dominique Powers of Middlebury Seth Jewett of New Haven Madeline Delaney of North Ferrisburgh

June 21, 2014 Lane Kessler of North Ferrisburgh Eben Schumacher of Ripton Jacob Hurwitz of Rochester Danielle Mishkit of Rochester Mariko Totten of Salisbury Angela Brisson of Shoreham Anna Waldron of Shoreham Ruby Kane of Starksboro Rachael Zeno of Starksboro Alexandria Hall of Vergennes Devon Lane of Vergennes Tyler Sawyer of Vergennes David Viscido of Vergennes Anna Carr of Whiting


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Flowering apple trees dazzle Rutland Blooms project By Lou Varricchio RUTLAND Ñ Back in 1965, First Lady Claudia Ò Lady BirdÓ Johnson started a Washington, D.C., beautification project by having teams of helpers plant stunning flowers—by the thousands—around the capital. The project spread to the nationÕ s roadways and byways and culminated in the U.S. Highway Beautification Act, nicknamed Lady BirdÕ s Bill. “Where flowers bloom,” Lady Bird once said, “so does hope.” And that simple, zen-like statementÑ when actually applied and nourishedÑ has transformed many a blighted urban neighborhood. The City of Rutland, finding itself on hard times in recent years due to chronic unemployment and drug-related crime, can only benefit with the vibrant, volunteer community spirit exhibited by local government, businesses, as well as the cadre of non-profit local groups and individuals determined to sow the seeds of growth through a project called Rutland Blooms. So, you really have to credit Ò Lady BirdÓ Johnson; her legacy has been the blossoming of urban beautification efforts around us today, including Rutland Blooms. In just one year since its inception by Green Mountain Power, the Rutland Blooms project has involved an army of volunteers who truly do not receive enough accolades for making VermontÕ s Second City one of the more attractive places in the spring and summer. This spring was no exception as volunteers planted not only ornamental flowers, but dozens of flowering crab apples in gateway makeover last week. Who exactly make up the Rutland Bloom volunteer army? Local volunteers come from Berkshire Bank, the City of Rutland,

Green Mountain Power, NeighborWorks of Western Vermont, Rutland Regional Medical Center, Stafford Technical Center, the Vermont Country Store, the Vermont Council of Urban and Community Forestry and Wilk PavingÑ with support from Village Snack Bar. With shovels, work gloves, and dusty boots, the volunteers planted 76 flowering crabs along West Street. Ò Rutland Blooms and these volunteers have made an enormous contribution to the beauty of this gateway to the city,Ó according to Rutland City Mayor Chris Louras. Ò Projects like this have a tremendous impact on the look and feel of the city. Like all the improvements downtown, this project adds to RutlandÕ s quality of life and the growing sense of optimism.Ó The mayor is no stranger to Rutland Blooms in recent years; last year he was seenÑ without much fanfareÑ doing volunteer work, tooÑ cutting a lawn. The mayor isnÕ t afraid to break a sweat to help improve the city he helps shepherds. Ò Projects like this, working in partnership with the community, signify our collective commitment to RutlandÕ s future,Ó GMP President and CEO Mary Powell said. According to GMP, Wilk Paving provided the muscle to dig the holes for the trees; volunteers planted the trees with guidance from City of Rutland forester Dave Schneider. The new crabapple trees on West Street were purchased by Rutland Blooms with a combined $2,500 donation from CasellaÕ s, GMP, the Vermont Country Store and Rutland Regional Medical Center. Volunteers replaced weeds and unkempt shrubs along 1,700 feet on the south side of the street. The flowering tree site can be seen along a railroad siding, where the city places its winter snow and operates a recycling facility.

Last week, volunteers from several business around the Rutland area planted 76 flowering crabs along West Street as part of the Rutland Blooms beautification project. Photos by Melinda Humphrey

Ò This project will have an impact on this street for decades,Ó said Eliot Orton, proprietor of the Vermont Country Store. Ò Each spring, the colorful blossoms will be a welcome sign to folks coming into Rutland from Rutland Town.Ó According to businessman John Casella, Ò This project will have a huge impact on the streetscape. ItÕ s already a major improvement, but as the trees grow wider and fill in, they will have a dramatic aesthetic effect.Ó Vermont Teddy Bear will give a bear dressed as a gardener to the first 10 people to donate at least $250 to Rutland Blooms. Donations will help pay for plants, seeds, bulbs and planting materials for use in public community spaces. Donations may be sent to United Way of Rutland County-Rutland Blooms, 6 Church St., Rutland, Vt. 05701.

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He knows that his former businesses have been extremely high volume, so his original plan was to hire nearly 30 people to ensure the successful operation of the business. The property, including the interior, is undergoing a complete renovation. The restaurant, under its previous name, was a favorite for brunch and meeting receptions. Sabotka also plans to host

Owner/Funeral Director Clyde A. Walton Funeral Director

VERGENNES Ñ On Wednesday, July 23, at 6 p.m., the Vergennes Lions Club will hold their annual live auction in the Vergennes Union School gym to raise money for the many projects in the area communities. Prior to the auction, there will be a flea market table and a silent auction which will run through much of the regular auction. Members are again soliciting items from merchants and individuals in the form of goods, services and/or gift certificates. Each Lion has also been asked to contribute one item for the auction. Members are again asking the community for donations of saleable item that can be picked up, or dropped off at the school on Tuesday, July 22, 5-7 p.m. The club will accept good quality items, but please no used electronics, baby car seats, old TVS or used appliances. Vergennes Lion memberS can be contacted for pick up, or folks may call Bonnie Chaffee at 802-425-6335 or Lynn Pope-Hier at 802-989-5305 to arrange pickup. The Vergennes Lions Club raises nearly $30,000 each year and then donates it back to the surrounding communities. Recently, the club built accessible ramps on peoples home, bought eyeglasses and hearing aids, helped the John Graham Shelter, donated to the Bixby Library, donated to the Vergennes Area Food Shelf and the Bristol Food Shelf, donated to the Boys and Girls Club, donated to HOPE, donated to Elderly Services, donated to Special Olympics, provided college scholarships, etc. We hope everyone from Middlebury to Bristol to South Burlington, where Vergennes Lions shop, will contribute to the auction and that folks will attend the auction on July 23. The preview will start at 5 p.m.

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events and gatherings when the restaurant opens, including the 1st annual Rutland Signature Chefs Auction. This culinary event, scheduled for Sept. 14, benefits the March of Dimes and allows individuals to meet RutlandÕ s most celebrated chefs face-to-face while enjoying their signature creations. The restaurant is also gaining the support of several Rutland City officials after applying for several community and economic development incentives. The Board of Alderman approved SabotkaÕ s request on May 19 for the water and wastewater incentive program. The program was created by Rutland City in hopes that it would Ò help bring new jobs and investment to the City and the region,Ó according to the Rutland Redevelopment Authority. The program allows qualifying businesses to reduce their initial costs of entering into the system, as well as lowering their water and wastewater usage rate for a pre-determined period of time. To be eligible for the program, businesses must prove they are making tangible financial investments into a facility, create new jobs, and that will utilize a minimum of 1,000 gallons per day. Other new restaurants, including Vermont Tap House and Hop nÕ Moose Brewing Co. were also approved for the incentive. Sabotka plans to open Southside Steakhouse by the end of June or early July.


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Wednesday, June 18 BRISTOL - Senior Lunch, Bristol American Legion, 11 a.m. CVAA sponsored; reservations required. Info: 1-800-642-5119 ext. 610. RUTLAND - Satin & Steel Concert, Main Street Park, 7-8:30 p.m. Free. FERRISBURGH - Ò Seeds of RenewalÓ presentation, Lake Champlain Maritime Museum, 6:30-8:30 p.m. $5/person. Info: 802-475-2022. BRISTOL - Chicken BBQ, Bristol Green, 5:30-8 p.m. $10/half chicken, $7.50/quarter chicken, $3.50/hot dog dinner. RUTLAND - Book Sale, Rutland Free Library, 4-8 p.m. Info: 802-773-1860. MIDDLEBURY - Trivia Night, Two Brothers Tavern, 7 p.m. $2/ player. Thursday, June 19 VERGENNES - Senior Lunch, St. PeterÕ s Parish Hall, 11 a.m. Features Singer/Songwriter Patti Casey. CVAA sponsored; reservations required. Info: 1-800-642-5119 ext. 610. MIDDLEBURY - Improv Comedy Showcase, Two Brothers Tavern, 6 p.m. $3. MIDDLEBURY - D.J. Dizzle, Two Brothers Tavern, 9 p.m. Free.

Friday, June 20 RUTLAND - Spoken Word Poetry, Rutland Free Library, 6:30 p.m. Free. BRANDON - The Roots of Rock nÕ Roll preview, Compass Music and Arts Center, 5-8 p.m. Free. VERGENNES - Three-day Junior Fishing Derby, Vergennes Falls, 5 a.m.-8 p.m. Free for children ages 3-15. Info: 802-877-9986. MIDDLEBURY - Rock-it Science, Town Hall Theater, 7-8:30 p.m. Free. Info: 802-382-9222. MIDDLEBURY - Canopy, Two Brothers Tavern, 9 p.m. $3. Saturday, June 21 BRANDON - BBQ Chicken Dinner, Brandon United Methodist Church, 4:30-6:30 p.m. $10/adults, $5/children 6-12, Free/Children under 6. NEW HAVEN - 12th Annual 4-H open-horse show, Addison County Fair and Field Days Arena, 8:30 a.m.-4 p.m. Entry fee $8. Free admission. Info: 802-453-3294. RUTLAND - 20th Annual Night of Italian Opera, College of St. Joseph, 7 p.m. $30/person. Info: 802-776-5214. MIDDLEBURY - Boy Scout Tag Sale, Middlebury American Legion, 10 a.m.-3 p.m.

Vermont Eagle - 15 RUTLAND - Relay for Life, Vermont State Fairgrounds, 1 p.m. Continues through Sunday. VERGENNES - Three-day Junior Fishing Derby, Vergennes Falls, 5 a.m.-9 p.m. Free for children ages 3-15. Info: 802-877-9986. KILLINGTON - Long Trail Century Ride, Long Trail Brewing. Benefits Vermont Adaptive Ski and Sports. BRANDON - The Northern Third Piano Quartet, Brandon Music, 7:30-9:30 p.m. Tickets $15 with pre-concert dinner available for $20. Reservations required for dinner. Info: 802-465-4071. HINESBURG - Solstice Celebration with Music by Green Corduroy, Brown Dog Books and Gifts, 7 p.m. Free. Info: 802-4825189. BRISTOL - Pocock Rocks! Festival, Downtown, 3-8 p.m. Info; 802-453-7378. MIDDLEBURY - The Spectacular Average Boys, Two Brothers Tavern, 9 p.m. $3. Sunday, June 22 VERGENNES - Three-day Junior Fishing Derby, Vergennes Falls, 5-10 a.m. Free for children ages 3-15. Info: 802-877-9986. MONKTON - Strawberry Festival, Monkton Central School, 12-3 p.m. Info: 802-453-4471. NEW HAVEN - 12th Annual 4-H open-horse show, Addison County Fair and Field Days Arena, 8:30 a.m.-4 p.m. Entry fee $8. Free admission. Info: 802-453-3294. Tuesday, June 24 RUTLAND - Walk, Wag & Run, College of St. Joseph, 6 p.m. $5/person. Free grades 12 and under. Info: 802-773-1822. MIDDLEBURY - Senior Lunch, Russ Sholes Senior Center, 11:30 a.m. CVAA sponsored; reservations required. Info: 1-800642-5119 ext. 634.

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PLATTSBURGH, NY 2011 COUGAR 327RESREADY TO CAMP!! Hate to give it up but budget says we have to. Your chance to own a dream fifth wheel, below book and ready to go. Absolutely perfect condition. 36 foot, three slides, 13,500 btu A/C, 30,000 btu furnace, twin rocker/recliners, 32" LCD TV, sound system/DVD combination with interior and exterior speakers, electric awning, day/night shades in all windows, dinette with four chairs. Lots of camping extras stay with the sale. Includes 2014 lot rent in small, quiet park in Lewis, New York. All set up. Leave it there or pull her to your own destination. Must see! $28500 NOW $26900. 518-572-5901 or

Century 6” Fiberglass Truck Cap, 3 sliidng windows w/screens. Also bedliner, fits Toyota. Exc cond. $1100 value, asking $500. 518546-7913 Studded Snow Tires (2), Firestone Winterforce, 217/70R14, mounted & balanced on Ford Aerostar Rims, $60 each. 518585-5267 or 410-833-4686 AUCTIONS Buy or sell at Contents of homes, businesses, vehicles and real estate. Bid NOW! Lights, Camera, Auction. No longer the best kept secret.

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WANTS TO PURCHASE minerals and other oil & gas interests. Send details P.O. Box 13557, Denver, Co 80201 Wants to purchase minerals and other oil and gas interests. Send details to P.O. Box 13557 Denver, Co. 80201 CATS FREE TO GOOD HOME. 1 Tiger Cat, 2 Pairs (sister/sister & sister brother), indoor cats, not good with other animals, have all shots, must pick up. 518-494-5389. APARTMENT RENTALS MINEVILLE, NY 3 BR/1.5 BA, Living room, dining room, kitchen, w/d hook-up, appliances. 1 year lease, no pets, no utilities. Deposit Required. $650 802-948-2652 North Creek Efficiency Units for working adults, all util & cable TV include, NO security, furnished laundry room, $125/wk. 518-2514460



Ticonderoga – Pad Factory by the River. Nice 1bdrm, Upper. Incl heat, hot water, garbage removal, covered parking. 1 year lease & ref required, no pets, avail now, $525/mo + $525 security. 518-338-7213

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Ticonderoga Village – Want a ground flr apt in a quiet, well maintained building? This small 1bdrm is ideal for a single person, retired person or even a couple. Apt features gas fireplace, moden kitchen & appliances, new carpet, fresh paint, large yard area & coin operated laundry. No Pets. Security required. $485/mo. + utilities. 518585-3336 or 518-586-6477. Warrensburg – 4 bdrm, yard, W/D hook-up, $900/mo + security & utilities. 201-819-7035 HOME RENTALS Crown Point – 2 bdrm, 1 ½ bath. Many new renovations, hardwood floors throughout, pantry & laundry area, private patio, no pets, available immediately, $790/mo includes utilities & garbage removal. 518-321-4134 HOME FOR RENT STONY CREEK 2 bedrooms, 1 bath, large living room, eat in kitchen, laundry hookup, on 1 acre. $675/mo plus 1 month security. References required, Call evenings 696-4406 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 – lakeview home, very private, 7.3 acres, 4 bdrms, fireplace, beautiful views, covered patio, avail 7/1, security & references requied. 518-597-3270.

NORTH CREEK, NY Spacious 4 bedroom, 2 bath apartment, private entrance, minutes to Gore, walk to Town. Security & References, No Pets. 518-251-2511

Port Henry – 2 bdrm, 2 bath, no smoking, $825/mo, 1st and last months security & references required. 518-572-8800.

RETIREMENT APARTMENTS, ALL INCLUSIVE. Meals, transportation, activities daily. Short Leases. Monthly specials! Call (866)3882607 TICONDEROGA MT VISTA APTS – 2 bdrm, $594 + util average $95. No smokers. Rental assitance may be avail; must meet eligibility requirements. 518-584-4543 NYS TDD Relay Service 1-800-4211220 Handicap Accessible, Equal Housing Opportunity

Rental Trailer – Seasonal Rental – Enjoy the Adks this summer through hunting season. Trailer on 3 acres, down Woods Road, Minerva/Olmsteadville, $550/mo. 518251-5707 leave message

Ticonderoga – new luxury apartmet, quiet, all appliances, no pets/no smoking, references required, 732-433-8594


Village of Port Henry – 1 bdrm, upstairs, stove, refrigerator, heat & hot water incl., no pets, no smoking, 518-546-7584.


Schroon Lake, 2 bdrm/2 bath, incl lawn mowing, garbage & snow removal, country setting. Call for info 518-532-9538 or 518-796-1865

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COMMERCIAL PROPERTY RENTALS Historic Village of Essex, NY – Retail Space formally occupied by successful deli/bakery/cafe serving breakfast, lunch & prepared meals to take out, 1200 sq w/2 decks, 1 overlooks lake & Green Mountains, some basic equip included, opportunity for summer or year round business. 802-503-5452 for details. REAL ESTATE SALES Beautiful manufactured home in a preferred park near Saratoga. 3 bedroom, 2 bath. 1 car, detached garage, shed, perennial garden, small pond. New metal roof. New windows, a chef's dream kitchen. Nice screened front porch. Generator set up to run house during power outages. I would not be leaving except for family tragedy and moving. Love this place, maybe you will too. Call for your personal viewing. 518-260-5175. 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 COMMERCIAL PROPERTY 2354 Route 9N, Lake George, NY

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 LAND 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 Land Wanted PLANNING to SELL Your Land, Farm, Country Property or Primary Residence?? We have Buyers!? NEW YORK LAND QUEST? Call Carl Snyder, RE Broker 607-2805770.?

June 21, 2014 LAND NEW YORK LAND, RIVERS & CAMP BARGAINS 8.4 Acres w/ New Cabin & Access to Fish Creek River: $29,995 34 Acres Cherry Forest & Access to Little Salmon River: $49,995 27 Acres, Mohawk River Frontage: $49,900 We Finance Land! Call Christmas & Associates: 800-229-7843. Or Visit: Owner/Broker 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 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 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 TROUT STREAM BARGAIN 5.4 acres, $49,900. Was $199,900. Bank ordered sale. Beautiful Bethel NY. Near Woodstock site. 85 miles from Manhattan. Assorted hardwoods, approved building site, underground utilities, across from lake, walk to Performing Arts Center, financing. Call 877-836-1820. TROUT STREAM BARGAIN. 5.4 acres, $49,900. Was $199,900. Bank ordered sale. Beautiful Bethel NY. Near Woodstock site. 85 miles from Manhattan. Assorted hardwoods, approved building site, undergroundutilities, across from lake, walk to Performing Arts Center, financing. Call 877-836-1820. MOBILE HOME 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


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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


PARADOX HOME FOR SALE By Owner, Schroon Lake School District, 3 bedroom, 1 bath, fully renovated, 2 garages, shed, large fire place, $149,900. No owner terms. See Listing ID# 23972428.

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BUILDING AND LOT in Moriah 1.3+ acres, paved driveway, town water and sewer. Can be used for residential and/or commercial, Asking $45,000. 518-546-3568

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