Jay Tweedie retires: 39 years on the Andes EMS squad – over 1,000 calls answered. Jay is the one on back right
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Query from the Rossettis: Who pays?
Response from Winkler: We don’t care who pays, but we need to know that the lots are “buildable” before we can approve the proposed new boundary lines for Lots 1 and 2.
TOWN BOARD PROTESTS CITY’S GRAB FOR MORE WATERSHED LANDHED LAND Authorizes Ad for Back-up Generator at Highway Garage: January 2022
Supervisor Gladstone reported that he is seeking a company to furnish cell service from the towers. Verizon is not interested. AT&T might be.
He has ordered signs for the Transfer Station and is talking to DOT to get the signs for “No Overnight Parking on Street” during snow storms.
Our library is now fine free!
Good news! At our November Board of Trustees meeting, the board voted unanimously to go FINE FREE! We are in the process of getting our Four County software to be configured fine free, but in the meantime I am forgiving fines in the computer as I come across them.
Yes, the human condition we all share in contains a lot of pain. Also redemption. Also love.
Some of the books I’ve read lately put me further in touch with all those experiences. I’d like to recommend the following:
A recent acquisition to the Hunting Tavern is an idealized depiction of a Mid-19th Century Parlor, perfect to display in our re-imagined parlor at the museum.