Archive - Sep 2013 - Page
ADDISON — The Addison Planning Commission on Sept. 16 formally adopted its new proposed update to zoning regulations and agreed to forward the laws to the town selectboard.
Chairman Frank Galgano said planners opted to make only minor changes to the document after the formal public hearing they held the week before.
“Essentially it’s the same proposal we presented on that evening,” Galgano said.
MIDDLEBURY — Members and friends of the United Methodist Church in Middlebury met on Sunday afternoon, Sept. 15, and affirmed the new direction of their ministry. Don Jochum, church lay leader and chair of the new coordinating committee presided.
MIDDLEBURY — The Middlebury College women’s soccer team opened its season with two disappointments, an overtime loss at Amherst when the Panthers were missing their entire freshman class due to a scheduling conflict, and a weather-shortened tie at Keene State, a game they were dominating.
But since then, the Panthers have looked like the team that played well enough in 2012 to host an NCAA Division III regional, the program’s seventh NCAA appearance.
BRISTOL — The Mount Abraham Union High School girls’ and boys’ cross-country runners each finished third among four teams on Tuesday in the Eagles’ only home meet of the season.
The Eagle girls were paced by senior Natalie May, who was sixth in 22:12, while junior Chris Carter took fourth to lead the Mount Abe boys.
ADDISON COUNTY — In local high school boys’ soccer action on Tuesday, Mount Abraham won on the road to reach the midpoint of the regular season with an unbeaten record, Vergennes won at home in double overtime to reach .500, and Middlebury lost at home. Otter Valley (3-3) was idle earlier this week.
HIGH SCHOOL SPORTS
9/23 OV vs. Fair Haven .......................... 4-0
9/25 CVU vs. MUHS ................................ 1-1
9/25 Rutland vs. OV ................................ 2-1
9/25 Mt. Abe vs. S. Burlington.................. 1-0
9/23 Mill River vs. MUHS........................ 4-1
ADDISON COUNTY — At approximately 7 p.m. on this past Saturday, Sept. 21, Vermont State Police were called to a horse vs. vehicle collision in the Monkton Boro in Monkton
Driver David Wood, 61, of South Burlington told Trooper Armstrong that he and his wife were headed to a friend’s house when a large, dark-colored horse came running onto the roadway. Wood said that by the time the horse was visible it was too late to avoid the collision.