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Bristol extraction debate focuses on conservation

Posted on April 7, 2011 |
By Andrew Stein



 

BRISTOL — Debate over gravel extraction in Bristol’s conservation district burst into flames at the Bristol Planning Commission meeting on Tuesday, where the commission disagreed over the meaning of the results of a public poll on gravel and sand extraction.

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Bristol planners analyze results of poll on sand and gravel extraction

Posted on April 7, 2011 |
By Andrew Stein



 

BRISTOL — At Tuesday’s Bristol Planning Commission meeting, planners responsible for analyzing data from a March 1 public poll on gravel excavation in town submitted reasons for why residents were for or against gravel extraction in Bristol.

The planners examined public comments from the poll, which was used to gauge community sentiments surrounding gravel extraction in the downtown and conservation districts.

FOR EXTRACTION

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Lawmakers explain state budget cuts

Posted on March 31, 2011 |
By John Flowers



BRISTOL — Local House representatives said on Monday they regretted having to make substantial cuts in the fiscal year 2012 state budget — particularly in the area of human services — but they added the reductions would have been a lot deeper had they endorsed Gov. Peter Shumlin’s spending plan.

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Schools get a jolt of healthy energy

Posted on March 31, 2011 |
By Andrew Stein



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BRISTOL — Students at three Addison Northeast Supervisory Union schools have kissed desserts, processed foods and daily hamburgers goodbye because the ANeSU’s new Food Service Cooperative isn’t having any of it.

When Kathy Alexander, president of the Vermont School Nutrition Association, grabbed the cooperative’s reigns last summer, the food staff put down their box cutters and picked up their paring knives, changed recipes to include healthier ingredients, and instituted a tighter fiscal monitoring system.

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Bristol police apprehend Champlain Farms burglar

Posted on March 31, 2011 |
By Andrew Stein



 

BRISTOL — In the early morning hours of March 24, Bristol Police Officer George Crowe arrested 30-year-old Anoki J. Thompson of Salisbury. He was subsequently charged in the criminal division of Addison County Superior Court for the burglary of the Champlain Farms on Bristol’s West Street, where approximately $2,500-$3,000 in alcohol, cigarettes and other tobacco products was stolen.

Thompson was jailed on $25,000 bail, according to Police Chief Kevin E. Gibbs.

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Overspending error leads to ANeSU fiscal revamp

Posted on March 21, 2011 |
By Andrew Stein



 

BRISTOL — After a $241,000 deficit emerged in the Mount Abraham Union High School books six months after the close of the 2010 fiscal year last June 30, administrators are taking steps to ensure that such a large deficit doesn’t occur again.

By redistributing responsibilities, replacing personnel and bringing in outside consultants, Addison Northeast Supervisory Union administrators hope to reduce future deficits. But, in the face of tighter budgets, this task will prove challenging, according to ANeSU Superintendent Evelyn Howard.

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New bridge in Bristol

Posted on March 21, 2011 |
By Andrew Stein



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BRISTOL — After two decades on the Vermont Agency of Transportation’s to-do list, VTrans officials are making serious moves to get the Route 116 “Stoplight Bridge” replacement project in Bristol off the ground.

Dealing with a wide range of obstacles over many years, the crew at VTrans finally has a concrete plan to remedy the temporary bridge that’s been in place for 11 years. VTrans engineer Martha Evans-Mongeon, who has been managing this project since 2003, told the Bristol selectboard last week that a new span could be in place by 2014.

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Bristol rolls out plans to repair two key bridges

Posted on March 17, 2011 |
By Andrew Stein



BRISTOL — Bristol selectmen learned at a Monday meeting that plans for repair of two key bridges in town are coming together, but that residents should not expect for the spans to be in full working order any time soon.

A highway official explained the state’s multi-year plans for repairing the one-lane bridge on Route 116 that crosses the New Haven River in the southern part of town, and town officials signed an agreement that will lead to repair of the closed bridge at the base of South Street just below the village.

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Bristol weighs in on extraction

Posted on March 7, 2011 |
By Andrew Stein



 

BRISTOL — The results of a poll taken among people who voted in Bristol on Town Meeting Day could point the town toward adoption of the first full update of the Bristol Town Plan in nearly a decade.

The Bristol Planning Commission’s two-question poll offered to voters as they left Holley Hall on Tuesday sought to determine residents’ sentiments regarding where to permit and where to prohibit gravel and sand extraction in town — the hottest issue debated during the years-long creation of a town plan update.

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Bristol decides contested races

Posted on March 3, 2011 |
By John Flowers



 

BRISTOL — Bristol residents at their annual meeting on Monday approved all of the money items on their warning then went to the polls on Tuesday to OK their elementary school budget by a 479 to 256 tally and decide a handful of contested elections.

Tuesday’s elections saw incumbent Selectman John “Peeker” Heffernan top challenger John Moyers, 467 to 279, for a two-year seat on the board.

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