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May 13th, 2013
VERMONT — The Vermont Fish & Wildlife Department has released a list of upcoming fishing events around the state, most of them intended just for kids.
The department has a “Children’s Fishing Program” which provides kids with the opportunity for a fun and successful fishing experience at locally organized fishing events. Organizers of these events often are charitable, community, or nonprofit groups such as fire departments, fish and game clubs, Rotary, Lions, town recreation committees, 4-H clubs, and scouts.
Together with the Middlebury Parks & Recreation department, we have published the second of an ongoing series of activity guides, outlining all of the wonderful options for summertime activities around Addison County.
Spring home and garden projects are underway for many around Addison County. Within this special section you will find tips on those projects and ideas for how to make your home feel fresh and clean and new without breaking your budget.
In this seasonal sports section, enjoy rosters of each spring sports team as well as photos and featured stories that preview the Tigers', Commodores', Eagles', and Otters' lineup.
VERGENNES — Addison Northwest Supervisory Union voters on Tuesday will decide whether to support a proposal put forth by the Vergennes Union High School board for a five-year, $600,000 loan to put a new roof on the school’s leaky classroom wing and auditorium.
If voters back the $600,000 loan, payments would add about $10 of annual taxes per $100,000 of assessed home value, according to an estimate offered in April by ANwSU business manager Kathy Cannon. Those who are eligible for prebates would not pay the full amount of that increase.
MIDDLEBURY — Sen. Claire Ayer, D-Addison, was working with other state officials early this week to draft compromise language for an “End of Life Choices” bill she believes can pass muster with House and Senate members before the end of this session.
BRISTOL — The Bristol selectboard will be accepting applications from those wishing to serve on a planning committee as the search for an improved facility for Bristol’s fire department proceeds. Committee members will do the legwork on site selection and may continue serving into the design stage. Applications for the committee will be posted on the town’s website later this week, and will also be available at the town office.
BRISTOL — The Bristol town green is a favorite place for community activity, particularly during the summer months when it hosts the weekly farmers’ market, as well as various events and festivals.
Some Bristol residents are looking to improve what is already a popular gathering spot. A team of six community members, led by the Bristol Downtown Community Partnership (BDCP) and supported by the recreation department, are looking to renovate the playground on the west side of the green.