July 14th, 2015
“I am so bored. I’m bored to death!” moans my 7-year-old daughter.
BRIDPORT — The Vermont Agency of Transportation is alerting the public to a short-term road closure occurring on Route 125, 1.6 miles east of Route 22A in the town in Bridport.
Construction crews will be replacing Bridge No. 5, beginning Tuesday, July 14, at 6 p.m.
Route 125 will be closed to through traffic at this location until Friday, July 17. The road will reopen at 6 p.m. on Friday.
CORNWALL — The Cornwall selectboard will hold a special town meeting on Tuesday, Aug. 11, to get residents’ feedback on a hotly debated solar project being pitched off West Street and to weigh in on the broader topic of how the community should entertain future solar proposals.
NEW HAVEN — A Waitsfield company has proposed taking advantage of New Haven’s abundant open farmland and close access to three-phase power to site one of the largest solar arrays in town. Green Peak Solar LLC has asked the Vermont Public Service Board for permission to install around 10,500 solar panels on 20 acres off Field Days Road in a 2,200kW net metering solar project.
Residents and others interested in checking out the site and offering their opinions on the project are invited to do so this Wednesday.
MIDDLEBURY — Summer’s here, but class is still in session at Middlebury Union Middle School, where around 16 students are getting a crash course in entrepreneurship thanks to dedicated teachers, some community-minded business people and inspiration from an ABC television show that helps jump-start budding enterprises.
VERGENNES — At the last Vergennes Lions Club meeting, Past International Director Tom Broughton of the Middlebury Lions was presented a plaque, made by Mike Daniels, recognizing the many years of help to the Vergennes Lions. In presenting the award, Vergennes member Gary Russell thanked Broughton for all he had done for Lions Clubs throughout the world. Broughton thanked the club for the many years of friendship and support.
Trudy is a border collie mix whom we adopted four years ago when living in Vancouver, British Columbia.
When she first came to live with us, Trudy was prohibitively shy — she would roll on her back submissively when meeting any new person or even at the sight of another dog. It made it nearly impossible to take her out of the house.
Over the years and with plenty of exposure to love and attention, Trudy has become a different dog.