Archive - Mar 8, 2012 - News Article
JAY, VT - "We have over-delivered. We're very proud of that." That's the word from Jay Peak's Bill Stenger.
Jay Peak Resort recently had a contract falling out with their E5 agent and broker, Rapid USA Visas. The firm shot out a widely-circulated email criticizing Jay Peak Inc. and it's affiliates.
Jay Peak Resort's CEO, Bill Stenger, said he was "hurt" by the accusations and called them "factually incorrect."
NEWPORT CITY â Some residents reacting to crimes in the region have started a community watch.Â Individuals are mostly concerned with burglaries.
Would-be robbers start by checking a home. âIf nobody is home, they try the door to see if it is unlocked,â said Newport Police Chief J. Paul Duquette. âIf itâs unlocked, they go in. If itâs not unlocked, lots of time they boot the door, go in, do a quick smash and grab and get out.âÂ
Some homes have been robbed even while people are sleeping in them.
Police are particularly concerned with thieves stealing guns from area homes.
DERBY - The race for the Derby Tax Collector was very close with the challenger winning by two votes.
Derby Town Clerk Nicole Daigle, who has served the town as the Delinquent Tax Collector since 2006, has officially asked for a recount. Normally a request for a recount would go to the town clerk, but in this case it went to Assistant Town Clerk Nancy Gosselin, who is the presiding officer.
The townâs board of civil authority, which is the justices of the peace, will conduct the recount Monday evening.