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New golf and mattress businesses proposed

Posted on January 23, 2012 |
By John Flowers



MIDDLEBURY — Middlebury’s Development Review Board (DRB) will spend the next few weeks discussing separate proposals seeking to bring a new mattress store, automotive reconditioning building and golf recreation facility to town.

The DRB on Monday, Jan. 23, will also resume its review of Vermont Hard Cider’s proposal to build a new, 87,005-square-foot plant on Exchange Street. Middlebury Town Planner Fred Dunnington said the board has already given the major project conceptual approval.

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New golf and mattress businesses postponed

Posted on January 23, 2012 |
By John Flowers



MIDDLEBURY — Middlebury’s Development Review Board (DRB) will spend the next few weeks discussing separate proposals seeking to bring a new mattress store, automotive reconditioning building and golf recreation facility to town.

The DRB on Monday, Jan. 23, will also resume its review of Vermont Hard Cider’s proposal to build a new, 87,005-square-foot plant on Exchange Street. Middlebury Town Planner Fred Dunnington said the board has already given the major project conceptual approval.

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Monkton school burglary probed

Posted on January 23, 2012 |
By Andrew Stein



MONKTON — In the wake of a burglary at Monkton Central School last week, school staff and students are putting the school back together and returning to normal.

“There are people around making repairs and that’s somewhat disruptive,” said Principal Susan Stewart. “The teachers and staff are definitely keeping things as normal as possible. There hasn’t been any huge interruption.”

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Dorm damage down after watershed year

Posted on January 23, 2012 |
By Kyle Finck



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MIDDLEBURY — After an unprecedented $141,333.45 of dorm damage in the 2010-11 academic year, the College saw a 44.5 percent decrease during the first semester of the current academic year.

According to data released by Assistant Director of Custodial Services Linda Ross, there was a total of $21,605.03 of damage this past fall semester. Comparatively, the College suffered $48,550.629 during the fall of 2010.

Ross, a Middlebury resident, attributed the turnaround to this year’s first-year class and a “phenomenal” residential life staff.

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County firefighters celebrate success

Posted on January 23, 2012 |
By Andrew Stein



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VERGENNES — Firefighters from 17 local towns showed up in festive fashion last Wednesday evening for the annual dinner of the Addison County Firefighters Association (ACFA). 

But they weren’t the only ones in attendance at the Addison County Eagles Club. A crew of Canadian firefighters came down to learn what makes Addison County firefighting squads so dynamic.

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Bristol Police Log: Stolen machinery linked to Bristol man

BRISTOL — The Bristol Police Department reported last week that in early December it had tied up loose ends on a September burglary in which more than $1,000 worth of machinery was stolen.

The machinery was stolen from a workshop on North Street in Septemberand allegedly sold to a resident of Kountry Trailer Park. When the Kountry Trailer Park resident reported a stolen table saw, which later was found on Liberty Street, he asked about other recent machinery thefts. That’s when the police discovered the machinery was resold.

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Mount Abe keeps spending steady

Posted on January 19, 2012 |
By Andrew Stein



BRISTOL — The Mount Abraham Union Middle and High School board on Tuesday approved a proposed budget that would level-fund education spending for next fiscal year.

Under the proposal, overall expenses would increase 0.7 percent to $13,542,142, but education spending — the part of the budget that directly affects tax rates — would remain the same as this year at $11,309,068. Additionally, the per pupil spending rate would increase 4.1 percent next year to $13,552.

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