I had the opportunity to attend a political forum last Friday evening in Bristol, VT.
Duane Peterson (SunCommon) has made an admission that the Waterbury company erred in not presenting its proposal (for 1195 Dog Team Rd.) to New Haven town officials before seeking Public Service Board approval.
Ebola is a deadly and dreaded disease that is ravaging West Africa, a part of the world that has far too little in the way of modern health care and public health infrastructure.
Vermonters can tell an election is near when Vermont Democrats suddenly run from their politically extreme positions and attempt to appear more like mainstream, common sense Vermonters. But Vermonters are too smart and too observant to be deceived again by the apparent awakening of the Democrat supermajority in the legislature.
Freedom of choice is a wonderful thing—people can legally choose to have a firearm, undergo an abortion, marry any person of their choice—and the list goes on and on.
reedom of choice is a wonderful thing—people can legally choose to have a firearm, undergo an abortion, marry any person of their choice—and the list goes on and on.
I am inspired by the rise in use of cold climate heat pumps by residents and businesses in Vermont.
I am writing to Mr. Dunakin and the Town on of Middlebury appeal the approvals of Zoning Permits for 77 Main St.t and 154 Creek Rd. (In Middlebury).
On Saturday morning, Sept. 13, a bear hound was shot by a perpetrator(s) using a cross bow. The Walker-type hound was shot three times; once in the head and two downward into the back near the spine.
The VPSB recognized the adverse impact that SunCommons’ proposed commercial community solar array (CSA) will have on us at our property on Dog Team Road—however, they issued a Certificate of Public Good (CPG) for the proposal.
According to the Orwell Town History, Independence Lodge 10 Free and Accepted Masons were organized on Nov. 18, 1814, and the first meetings were held in various homesteads east of the village prior to moving their meetings in 1831 to Jeremiah Boynton’s Inn (what was later known as the Eagle Inn), which once stood directly across from the Orwell Bank, where the Orwell Town Clerk’s office now resides.
Letter to the Editor
I was surprised to read the Eagle editor’s most recent opinion rebuking the new community solar array planned for New Haven and questioning the whole idea of local, small-scale energy generation.
The Democrats are going on a campaign spending spree.
There is no doubt that the Addison Rutland Natural Gas Project will strengthen our economy, help retain and create jobs by cutting heating bills by 40 to 50 percent and significantly reduce greenhouse gas emissions—advantages that help Vermont transition toward a cleaner and more affordable energy future.