Salisbury news for August 23

SALISBURY — Noted wildlife photographer/researcher Sue Morse will present a program “Vermont’s Coyotes” at 7 p.m. on Wednesday, Sept. 5, in the Salisbury church.
The church is handicapped accessible through the rear entrance with parking near the door; look for the recently installed signs for direction. There is also a wheel chair available for use; just request it from any church member.
Summer is rapidly coming to an end; students return to school next week. There have been several changes in staff at the Salisbury Community School so students will meet new faces as they enter their class rooms.
Bears, bears and more bears. Do keep any foods, garbage, pet foods, etc. safely stored. Do not start feeding the birds until late fall, December is recommended. There have been reports of bears in all parts of town including around the lake and pictures posted of bears on porches and in dooryards. The turkeys apparently had a very successful nesting season this year as several large flocks have been seen around town.
A petition for a change to the intersection of Upper Plains Road and Route 53 has been circulating around town and is now at the town office. If you would like to sign it, stop at the office or call 352-4541 to have it brought to you.
Election results for the town are posted on the town website: townofsalisbury.org.

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