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March 29th

Former Connor Homes building on Route 7 is auctioned off

Posted on March 29, 2018 |
By John Flowers



MIDDLEBURY — Patrick Malone of Montpelier-based Malone Properties was the winning bidder at Tuesday’s auction for the 1741 Route 7 South building that for many years hosted Standard Register and most recently, Connor Homes. He confirmed to the Addison Independent his plans to renovate the now-vacant, 116,000-square-foot building for lease to a single or multiple businesses looking to grow in Middlebury.

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State police probe thefts of sugaring equipment

Posted on March 29, 2018 |
By John Flowers



BRISTOL — Vermont State Police said they’ve identified suspects in connection with thefts and vandalism targeting multiple sugarworks in Bristol, Lincoln, Cornwall and other Addison County locations during the past three weeks.

Trooper Brett Flansburg on Tuesday confirmed the list of victims includes Mayer Maple Products off Route 116 in Bristol, as well as smaller, residential sugaring operations.

Flansburg said he was aware of five sugarworks cases currently under investigation by officials at the VSP’s New Haven barracks.

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Hundreds rally for firearm safety in Middlebury; petition seeks changes in laws

Posted on March 29, 2018 |
By John Flowers



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MIDDLEBURY — People rallying for tighter gun laws took their cause from the streets of downtown Middlebury on Saturday to a local gathering of lawmakers on Monday, as they maintained their full-court press on state officials to pass firearm safety legislation during the waning weeks of this session.

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Workers to get busy 'microtunneling' on Middlebury rail bridges by mid-April

Posted on March 29, 2018 |
By John Flowers



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MIDDLEBURY — Work on the much-publicized Middlebury rail bridges project will kick off in around three weeks, starting with a new drainage system that will be bored into four downtown locations.

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New pellet-fired equipment streamlines Goshen maple sugaring operation

Posted on March 29, 2018 |
By Christopher Ross



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GOSHEN — Sugaring season is off to a great start for Ethan West and his partner Annina Seiler.

Their operation, dubbed Republic of Vermont, doubled its taps to 4,000 this year, and West has just installed a new wood pellet-fired evaporator.

Since installing the new equipment, he’s faced one dilemma he didn’t expect.

“At first I was kind of bored, actually,” West said.

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Vergennes zoning regs moving forward; no move to smaller lot sizes yet

Posted on March 29, 2018 |
By Andy Kirkaldy



VERGENNES — With little comment, proposed new Vergennes zoning and subdivision regulations that would, among other things create Solar Energy Overlay District, took another step forward at the March 27 city council meeting.

The council on Tuesday held the first of at least two required hearings on the proposed amendments, which would also ban street-level and basement apartments in the downtown business district and make another 20-plus changes, many minor but some significant.

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Second forum on Mount Abe set for Saturday

Posted on March 29, 2018 |
By Christopher Ross



BRISTOL — A community group seeking creative solutions to address the needs of Mount Abraham Union High School will convene its second meeting this Saturday, March 31, from 9 to 11:30 a.m. at the school.

The mission of the 5-Town Community Forum is to foster vigorous but respectful debate, encourage diverse participation and create an environment where residents can develop their ideas, according to leaders of the forum.

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Mount Abe travel club broadens horizons, plans third international trip

Posted on March 29, 2018 |
By Christopher Ross



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BRISTOL — For April vacation this year 35 Mount Abraham Union High School students and six chaperones will exchange the Green Mountains of Vermont for the green hills and highlands of Ireland and Scotland.

This is the third international trip sponsored by the newly reconstituted Mt. Abe Travel Club, advised by social studies teacher Jess Little and assistant principal Justin Bouvier. Last year students traveled to Belize and in 2016 toured five European countries.

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