The Town of Middlebury is asking voters to approve a $6.5 million bond to build a new town office next to the Ilsley Library in place of the college-owned Osborne House that would be moved to a lot given to the college across the bridge on Cross Street.
Until last summer, I was functioning somewhat independently at my home in Middlebury with the help of Addison County Home Health, relatives, friends and church people.
Vote "no" on Article 6.
"My wife Beth and I received our Town Offices and Recreation Facility mailers on Feb. 19. Even though I am a Selectman I was never offered an opportunity to review a draft of the document before it was published by the town."
Town Meeting Day in Ferrisburgh.
The global economy is an increasingly high-stakes battlefield, and governments large and small must determine daily when and how to enter that fray.
I am writing on behalf of Marble Works Pharmacy to make you aware of a proposed rule released by Medicare that affects all Part D beneficiaries regarding “Preferred Pharmacy Networks” which were begun in January 2013.
Town Meeting Day, Tuesday, March 4, is soon upon us. I am heartened by the genuine interest in the race for selectboard this year. Every citizen will have the opportunity to be heard by casting their vote on the issues before our town.
I am a life-long resident of the State of Vermont currently residing in the Town of Middlebury. Recently, I received a license renewal notification from the Department of Motor Vehicles (DMV), including information regarding the Real I.D. Act.
In response to Beverly Biello’s recent commentary in the Eagle, I must say that the NAEP is a terrible indicator of the state of our public schools.
Is there an unsung hero in your community?
I read your musings about Middle Road with some interest since I am one of the few people to regularly walk on what passable remains there are of the part being abandoned (my mailbox is in your photo).
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To the editor: I urge our elected officials to listen to the voices of family child care independent business owners who are effective communicators.
As I drove down the road the other day, headed from one commitment to the next, I was hit with a sudden, in-your-face realization about the current state of Vermont’s economy. Sure, I’ve seen plenty of articles and reports providing contrasting doom and gloom and optimistic outlooks for our beloved Green Mountain State, but I never really knew exactly where we stood. Until now.