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Lake Region Union High School Board Declines To Monitor Idling Law

May 6, 2014

Lake Region board member Reene Fontaine. The board declined Monday night to be part of a pilot program for the state to monitor idling cars. (Photo by Ed Barber)

BARTON - The Vermont State Legislature passed a new law that limits idling vehicles in certain areas to not more than five minutes per hour. There are exemptions to allow windows to be defrosted (an obstructed view is a finable offense). But when Lake Region Union High School’s principal Andre Messier was asked if the school would be part of a pilot program for the state, he said no.

Please see The Newport Daily Express Wednesday for the complete story.

 

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