Archive - Jul 14, 2011
BRISTOL — The Bristol Planning Commission moved quickly through the new town draft at its Tuesday meeting where planners came to consensus on language, data and formatting used in sections one through 11.
During the session there was little debate and public comments were few, but the planners decided to aim for a Sept. 20 public hearing to gather input on the new town plan draft.
Editor’s note: Each summer Middlebury College hosts 10 language schools, which draw students and instructors from around the world. This is the first in a series where the Addison Independent asks some of our foreign guests for their impressions of their temporary summer homes.
MIDDLEBURY — Every summer for the past four years, Qunhu Li makes the more-than-15-hour journey from Tianjin, China, to Middlebury.
MIDDLEBURY — This summer is bringing some major retail changes to downtown Middlebury, with two Main Street stores moving; another closing; and a new shop opening on Merchants Row.
Conducting moving sales right now are Green Mountain Shoe & Apparel and Otter Creek Used Books, both located in the Lazarus Building at the corner of Main Street and Printer’s Alley.