Archive - Oct 4, 2012 - News Article
NEWPORT CITY â€“ October is Fire Prevention Month and Sunday starts Fire Prevention Week. To kick them off right, city firefighters will open their station to the public.
Any Orleans County resident may attend the open house, which will run from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m. Residents will be able to sit in a trailer that resembles what a house filled with smoke is like, tour the station, interact with firefighters, see the equipment and enjoy refreshments.
TROY â€“ Troy voters are being asked to vote in November for a $1.38 million bond to renovate the aging school building.
â€śThe school was built in 1978 and weâ€™re still dealing with that technology here in 2012,â€ť said board chair Jennifer Daigle. â€śAs a school board, itâ€™s our responsibility to address any concerns and safety issues of our school and bring it to community membersâ€™ attention and hopefully get their feedback and support on correcting those items.â€ť
DERBY, VT - IROC is in a deep hole - close to drowning but trying desperately to keep its head above water.
IROC is facing foreclosure in April for its inability to pay the $7,700 per month mortgage payment for the facility and still owes about $1.1 million.
Not only is IROC asking several towns that use the facility to financially help IROC every year, but it is also seeking tax exempt status from the state.
IROC would voluntarily pay the town taxes, IROCâ€™s executive director Phil White said in a statement.