Archive - Nov 18, 2010
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Earlier this month, freelance writer Monica Gaudio was published in an issue of Cooks Source Magazine, a small Massachusetts publication.
There was just one problem: the article, “A Tale of Two Tarts,” which traced apple pie all the way back to medieval times, had been published without her knowledge or consent.
Gaudio emailed Judith Griggs, the editor of Cooks Source, requesting that Griggs make a donation of $130 to the Columbia University School of Journalism as payment for the article.
VERGENNES — Kennedy Brothers President Win Grant confirmed on Wednesday that he plans to end retail operations in his North Main Street, Vergennes, building after 50 years — for 41 of which he has overseen operations.
Grant, 67, said the move will affect Kennedy Brothers’ nine employees, two of whom are full-time, and 50 craft vendors, who rent between six and 50 square feet apiece in the building’s 10,000-square-foot marketplace.
MIDDLEBURY — UD-3 school district administrators on Tuesday presented their first draft of a 2011-2012 budget that not only meets the state’s “Challenges for Change” guideline of 2.15-percent spending cut ($341,000), it beats it by almost $70,000.
MIDDLEBURY — Jutta Miska on Monday recalled setting up a makeshift gathering spot for area teens around 17 years ago in the Middlebury Recreation Department’s old warming hut.
Local teens took to the space, but it was available only for a few years. And thus the seemingly perennial quest for a Middlebury teen center slogged on.
MIDDLEBURY — The Addison County Solid Waste Management District (ACSWMD) board is considering a 2011 budget of $2,410,761 that reflects a 1.9-percent increase in spending, but would not result in any boost in tipping fees at the district transfer station in Middlebury.
In fact, disposal fees for some recyclables are projected to go down, due to a more lucrative market for such items and because of the provisions of a new electronics waste law that will soon take effect.
MIDDLEBURY — Some of Middlebury’s most prominent citizens will be strolling down the catwalk on Nov. 20 to help raise money for the county’s neediest residents.
BRISTOL — Those anxious to hear exactly where Mount Abraham Union High School will be making its cuts to meet the 2-percent reduction in spending for the upcoming fiscal year will have to wait a bit longer.
The Mount Abraham Union High School Board will not move forward in the budget development process until its next meeting on Dec. 7 at 6:30 p.m., according to Addison Northeast Supervisory Union Superintendent Evelyn Howard.
BRISTOL — Teachers who are members of the Addison Northeast Education Association union plan to stage a picket at Mount Abraham Union High School on the evening of Thursday, Nov. 18.
The “informational” picket will run from 5:45 to 7 p.m. and organizers hope it will put pressure on the school boards of the Addison Northeast Supervisory Union regarding teacher contracts.