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Lake Region Fans Span Generations

March 7, 2012

BARTON - Eugene Atwood and four-month-old Brooklyn Darling came out to cheer on the Lady Rangers during their 50-34 win over BFA-Fairfax. Full story on page six of Thurday's Newport Daily Express.

Towns and Villages Intervene in Derby Wind Project

March 7, 2012

DERBY, VT - Three members of the Derby Select Board met last Friday night and voted unanimously to file as interveners with the Public Service Board in the matter of Encore Redevelopment and the Derby Line wind project.
Brian Smith, the chairman, was absent that night but, according to select board member Karen Jenne, Smith called the other board members to voice his support for intervention. Jenne, Beula-Jean Shattuck, and Steven Gendreau all voted yes.
In addition to Derby Town, the Town of Holland and the Villages of Derby Line and Derby Center also decided to file as interveners.

Newport Town Raises School Budget In Light of Teacher Negotiations

March 7, 2012

NEWPORT TOWN – Most articles passed with little to no discussion in Newport Town Tuesday night. This includes the $2.5 million school budget. Prior to the vote, school board member Glenn Foster did a Power Point presentation that explained the revenues and expenses that showed a surplus. Ernest Choquette asked why the board is asking for an increase when the school has a surplus. The answer came from School Board Chair Wilma Therrien.

Eden Rejects Superfund

March 7, 2012

EDEN, VT - In a resounding vote, the residents of the Town of Eden decided to not have the asbestos mine declared an EPA Superfund site.
After a very brief presentation by Lynn Noah highlighting the issues that were raised at two prior public hearings, the moderator called for a vote. The vote, by paper ballot, had three favoring the designation and 106 in opposition.

Brighton Has New Town Clerk

March 7, 2012

ISLAND POND, VT - After 31 years, the Town of Brighton has a new town clerk and treasurer.
Teresa Potwin emerged as the winner in a contested race for these positions.
With 344 votes, Potwin defeated challengers Tracy Acebo (8 votes), Robin Castonguay (66 votes), and Jennifer Hanlon (34 votes) for the position of town clerk. Potwin also received 321 votes for town treasurer, besting Acebo (8 votes), Castonguay (80 votes) and Hanlon (34 votes).

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