Line painting makes Lincoln Roads safer

LORRAINE PATTERSON AND her granddaughter Lena Jones take a breather while having fun biking on Lincoln’s Quaker Street, which recently were made more friendly to bikers and pedestrians thanks to painting of “advisory lanes” that create more room along the sides of the road. Courtesy photo

LINCOLN — Lincoln’s roadways aren’t exactly ideal for bike or pedestrian lanes.

Visit the Addison Town Hall on Sept. 14

THE ADDISON TOWN Hall will open its doors to the public this Saturday, 10 a.m.-2 p.m. for an open house. Later this fall, residents will vote on a bond that would, among other things, provide wastewater services to this historic building.

ADDISON — The Addison Town Hall Committee invites the public to an open house at the Town Hall this Saturday, Sept. 14, from 10 a.m.-2 p.m.

When does a river qualify as impaired?

VOLUNTEERS FOR THE Addison County River Watch Collaborative on May 1 sample the Lemon Fair River, a tributary to the Otter Creek, for phosphorus, nitrogen, E. coli and turbidity. The Collaborative’s data is used to educate towns about the quality of nearby streams and rivers, and it is sometimes used in the Tactical Basin Planning process. Independent photo/Emma Cotton

ADDISON COUNTY — At 7:15 a.m.


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