Waitsfield Elementary School nurse Clayton S. Wetzel III, Moretown, was recognized this past Saturday as the Vermont School Nurse of the Year. Annually, the Vermont State School Nurses Association recognizes a school
Waitsfield Select Board members will put together members’ individual suggestions on how to split the cost of the water main break with the water commission.
Those suggestions will be shared at the select board’s
Several hundred people, including Governor Phil Scott and other state officials, showed up for the official groundbreaking for Lawson’s Finest Liquids’ new brewery on Carroll Road in Waitsfield last week.
The Waitsfield Water Commission offered the Waitsfield Select Board $14,198.48 to help pay for the 2014 water main break. The select board members did not accept that offer at its August 28 meeting.
Groundbreaking for Lawson’s Finest Liquids’ Waitsfield brewery is tomorrow, August 25, at the Carroll Road site where construction will soon get underway.
The ceremony starts at 3 p.m. and will include a visit
Members of the Waitsfield Water Commission are thinking about forming a municipal fire district.
The commissioners have not taken any action or any steps toward creating a fire district; they simply discussed it
The Waitsfield Select Board approved a plan to re-issue a request for proposals, seeking a new plan to combat invasive species on the town-owned Austin parcel.
The Waitsfield Conservation Commission asked the
The Mad River Taste place held a grand opening last Thursday, August 10. Vendors from around The Valley were able to showcase their products at the event.
Wendy Knight, Vermont’s commissioner of tourism and
The Waitsfield Water Commission voted to pay $14,198.48 towards the water main break settlement that the Waitsfield Select Board reached with the state last year.
At the water commission’s July 14 meeting,
By Clark Amadon
This is an attempt to provide another perspective about the proposed project to re-establish a flood plain forest along the Mad River at the so-called Austin parcel in Waitsfield. I take this
To The Editor:
Reading The Valley Reporter, I came across a piece where the town of Waitsfield is closing in on a land purchase at the north end of Bowen Road. This acreage will add to the existing town land for
To The Editor:Yes, mistakes were made, but why have these mistakes become everyone’s problem here in Waitsfield? Waitsfield taxpayers are being targeted by a propaganda campaign that is implying that we should all
Waitsfield has completed the purchase and permanent conservation of 110 acres of forestland at the north end of Bowen Road, adjacent to the town’s existing 640-acre Scrag Forest. This culminates a two-year effort
Hearing strong opposition from dozens of citizens to a proposal to use herbicides on a pilot plan to reduce Japanese knotweed and other invasives on town land, the Waitsfield Conservation Commission will consider that
By mid-August Lawson’s Finest Liquids is expected to close on the property in Waitsfield where a new brewery will be built and ground will be broken shortly thereafter.
Sean and Karen Lawson, Warren, announced
In Greek mythology Sisyphus, the king of Ephyra, was punished for his deceitfulness and duplicity by being forced to roll an immense boulder up a hill, only to watch it come back to hit him, repeating this for
It was a full house at the Waitsfield Conservation Commission’s July 17 meeting with several dozen people in attendance to comment on a plan to use herbicides as one tool to manage knotweed on the town-owned Austin
Waitsfield’s covered bridge has been in place since 1833; it took The Valley’s most recent storm to show its resiliency.
On Saturday, July 1, during flooding, a large tree floated down the river and was impaled
The Waitsfield Conservation Commission will try a pilot project to contain the invasive plant Japanese knotweed along the Mad River on the five-acre Austin parcel, immediately north of the Lareau swim
The Waitsfield Select Board, after hearing again from members of the Waitsfield Water Commission, remains steadfast in its insistence that water system users “share the pain” of paying for the cost of a water main break
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