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October 5th, 2015
BRISTOL — The undefeated Burr & Burton Academy football team on Saturday in Bristol snapped the Mount Abraham/Vergennes squad’s two-game winning streak, 35-8.
Although the Eagles intercepted standout Bulldog quarterback Griffin Stalcup three times, Stalcup still threw for three scores and ran for a fourth as BBA held onto first place in Division II at 6-0. The D-II Eagles dropped to 2-4 and will host another undefeated team this coming Saturday, Otter Valley, the first-place team in D-III.
ADDISON COUNTY — The Middlebury and Mount Abraham union high school girls’ soccer team picked up local rival wins over Vergennes in local games late last week, when during other games the Eagles and Tigers picked up road victories.
MUHS OVER VUHS
HIGH SCHOOL SPORTS
9/30 Mt. Abe vs. MUHS............................ 2-0
10/2 Mt. Mansfield vs. Mt. Abe................. 2-0
10/2 MUHS vs. Colchester....................... 3-1
We all know the reaction that plays across the countenance of those who visit Vermont, who witness its beauty on a tour of the leaves and leave feeling grateful that places like this still exist. Like many residents that have lived outside the Green Mountains, I, too, came here because I was drawn to the pastoral and the bucolic, and craved a community-rich experience that gave real meaning to life. There is not a day that goes by that I don’t marvel at the land and the people and the seeming balance they make.
BRISTOL — The boards for each of the six Addison Northeast Supervisory Union Schools, assembled together at Mount Abraham on Monday evening, took important next steps in the Act 46 unification process.
They decided to create an Act 46 study committee with 15 members: five from Bristol, three each from Monkton and Starksboro, and two each from Lincoln and New Haven.
MIDDLEBURY — The town of Middlebury is considering a “public nuisances” ordinance that calls on landlords to police noisy, disruptive tenants that have drawn an increasing number of complaints, particularly in the Weybridge and Shannon street neighborhoods.
The new law has been drafted by the town’s public safety committee and will soon come before the Middlebury selectboard for its review and possible approval. Local residents, including tenants and landlords, will also have a chance to weigh in on the draft.
PANTON — On Oct. 24 a new Panton law is scheduled to take effect that will ban trash and junk vehicles from being left in sight from town roads or neighboring properties, regulate salvage yards in the town, and give property owners the right to have vehicles abandoned on their land towed at the owners’ expense.
The Panton selectboard adopted the law on Aug. 25 after a lengthy process that included a rewrite by a new Vermont League of Cities and Towns legal team, according to selectboard Chairman John Viskup.