Weybridge

WEYBRIDGE — Vermont State Police are investigating a recent break-in at the Lemon Fair Insect Control District (LFICD) office on Weybridge Street, during which the culprit(s) stole several items, including an Olympus SZ-6045 Zoom Stereomicroscope, an Adam CPW Plus industrial scale and a Nikon D80 camera.  VSP Trooper Josh Gurwicz said the burglary occurred sometime between July 12 and July 15. The LFICD office is located within rented space in the Weybridge Congregational Church’s former carriage barn.  Anyone with information on the case should call Gurwicz at 388-4919. You can also submit...
Compliments, appreciation, and congratulations are extended to the selectboards of Weybridge and Middlebury as well as the construction company for the completion of the sidewalk from Weybridge Street to the connection on Seymour Street.  This addition is, first of all, a massive improvement regarding the safety of walkers, runners and bikers as well as a wonderful way to exercise utilizing a two-mile loop.  Thank you for completing this project, which both communities worked on together. This sidewalk will serve the needs of both communities for decades to come. Kevin and Garreth Parizo,...

CRAIG ZONDAG, THE Lemon Fair Insect Control District’s field coordinator/biologist, looks through a microscope at an example of one of the more that 25 varieties of mosquitos known to buzz around the member towns of Bridport, Cornwall and Weybridge. Independent photo/John Flowers
WEYBRIDGE — Lemon Fair Insect Control District officials received more than 20 mosquito complaints last week from residents in the LFICD’s three member communities, and they are ramping up education efforts to reduce spawning grounds for the pesky, blood sucking vectors. The LFICD,  made up of Bridport, Cornwall and Weybridge, was created in 2006 to battle seasonal mosquito infestation in the lands along the Lemon Fair River. The district, with support from the Vermont Agency of Agriculture, spreads mosquito larvicide in floodplain areas where mosquitos are likely to breed following heavy...

AMY MASON OF Weybridge (left), Sarah Morris of Vergennes (middle) and Peg Sutlive of Lincoln (right) recently graduated from the from the Snelling Center for Government’s Vermont Leadership Institute.
WILLISTON — Three Addison County women recently graduated from the from the Snelling Center for Government’s Vermont Leadership Institute: Amy Mason of Weybridge, Sarah Morris of Vergennes and Peg Sutlive of Lincoln. The commencement ceremony was held on June 1, at Basin Harbor in Vergennes. Mason is currently the Board Chair at WomenSafe in Middlebury. Morris is the fifth-generation host at Basin Harbor in Vergennes. Sutlive is a Literacy/Math educator at Hinesburg Community School in Hinesburg. As participants in the Vermont Leadership Institute, the three joined joined 21 other leaders...
WEYBRIDGE — 4-H Day at the University of Vermont (UVM) Morgan Horse Farm is planned for July 24 from 10 a.m.-3 p.m. The event, which is open to the public, offers a chance for 4-H’ers and other visitors to tour the farm, located at 74 Battell Dr., Weybridge, to learn about the Morgan horse, the breed’s history and the farm’s breeding program. Farm staff also will share information about apprenticeship and internship programs. In addition to guided tours of the barns and grounds, visitors will learn about tractor safety and how to properly muck out a stall, watch a driving demonstration and...
WEYBRIDGE — Weybridge will hold its 20th annual town picnic on Saturday, July 13, from 11:30 a.m. to 1:30 p.m. at the Weybridge School. This free event is rain or shine. The picnic will have something for townspeople of all ages. Come enjoy live music, community-building games, food, and fun. There will be a book swap bin if for those who like to participate.  The Weybridge Energy Committee will have a table and there will be a table where residents can sign up to do volunteer work in Weybridge. The town provides meats, drinks, and some desserts for the picnic. Residents are encouraged to...
MIDDLEBURY — Middlebury and Weybridge officials have picked a contractor to build more than 2,000 feet of new sidewalk that will link Seymour Street to Otter View Park off Pulp Mill Bridge Road. It’s a $760,000 project that’s scheduled to be completed next summer, according to Addison County Regional Planning Commission Executive Director Adam Lougee, who is managing the project for the towns of Middlebury and Weybridge. Once installed, the new sidewalk will provide added safety for walkers and joggers who routinely exercise along what is a scenic, undulating route that includes up-close...

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