Archive - Feb 15, 2012 - News Article
NEWPORT CITY â€“ The North Country Union High School Business and Operations Committee decided Tuesday night not to face the issue regarding payments on the new track until after voters decide on the 2012-2013 budge. The budget comes up for a vote on Town Meeting Day next month.
Board Member Richard Cartee of Newport City said he did not want to get into a great discussion about the issue until voters approve the budget, something he said board members worked hard on.
JAY PEAK - The Jay Peak resort has three flagship restaurants on the premises, each with a great taste and distinctive flavor. About two weeks ago, the Clubhouse Grille, which is the winter headquarters of the Nordic Cross Country Ski Center, introduced a new menu with Mexican food as the theme.
DERBY - This year Derby has a contested race for delinquent tax collector.
Derby Town Clerk Nicole Daigle has held the position for the last several years. This year her assistant Mary Ann Tetreault is vying for the position.
Tetreault says that she wants to work with people and give them more options. Many people have suggested that Tetreault seek the position, Tetreault said, and she has decided to go for it. She said she knows that some other towns handle delinquent taxes a bit differently than Derby, and she wants to explore some of those options for the town.