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November 21st, 2011
MIDDLEBURY — Seniors from Middlebury, Otter Valley and Mount Abraham union high schools played well in and enjoyed Saturday’s 11th Annual North-South All-Star Football Game, hosted by Middlebury College.
The four Tigers and two Otters may have enjoyed the game a little more than the Eagle representative, as their South team erupted after a scoreless first half to claim a 35-8 victory.
BRISTOL — At a meeting Tuesday evening, the Bristol Planning Commission with help from Addison County Regional Planning Commission Executive Director Adam Lougee moved forward with restructuring the town’s zoning ordinance in accordance with a proposed update of the town plan.
SALISBURY — Vermont State Police late Friday released the names of the two troopers who were first to arrive on the scene at an incident early Thursday morning that ended in the death of 52-year-old Gerald “Dusty” Woodburn. State police said Woodburn took his own life following his involvement in a domestic dispute at his home off Lake Dunmore Road during the early morning of Nov. 17.
ADDISON COUNTY — Tropical Storm Irene is long gone, but on Tuesday individuals and towns were rushing to meet the deadline to register for disaster aid from the Federal Emergency Management Agency.
Updated 11/17/11 4:15 p.m.
SALISBURY — Vermont State Police reported that a Salisbury man apparently shot and killed himself early this morning after troopers were called to his home for a domestic dispute, and the man pointed a gun at them.
VSP this afternoon said that Gerald “Dusty” Woodburn, 52, died in the incident, but no one else was injured.
BRISTOL — When Bristol Planning Commission Vice-Chair Chico Martin refused to accept public comments from John “Slim” Pickens — the only citizen in attendance at the commission’s Tuesday meeting — Martin may have violated state law, according to Secretary of State Jim Condos and his deputy Brian Leven.
WEYBRIDGE — Weybridge Elementary School’s ongoing effort to tailor its educational programs to a shrinking student population will be getting some national exposure this winter as part of a CNN television program.
The CNN program, according to Weybridge Elementary Principal Christina Johnston, will touch upon the overcrowding in some schools, contrasted with declining enrollment in others.
BRISTOL — New elements concerning a recent change to the proposed Bristol town plan have come to light.
At its Oct. 18 meeting, the planning commission revised a central component of the proposed plan after holding a public hearing on the issue in late September. The commission altered the dimensions of a no-extraction zone and passed the plan onto the selectboard, deeming there were “no substantial changes.”
But that was not wholly accurate.