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Weathersfield Weekly Blog Nov. 16 #weathersfieldVT #VT

Weathersfield, VT November 16, 2016 Weathersfield select board news : The Town is conducting an online survey about life in Weathersfield. Visit the town website to voice your opinion  or click on the links below. The select board met on Thursday, Nov. 10 to continue their budget discussion; this meeting focused on benefits for town employees. More information about the select board and the town, contact Town Manager, Ed Morris, at 802-674-2626 or Survey Survey Results Weathersfield School news : The school's community Thanksgiving dinner on Thursday, Nov. 10 was a huge success. The kitchen staff Steve Lanoza and Margaret Spaulding prepared the turkey dinner, with all the fixings, for over 350 parents, grandparents, neighbors and community friends. Early relapse day on Thursday Nov. 17. Student will have lunch and be dismissed at 11:30 a.m. Parent/Teacher conferences begin at 1 p.m.. Thanksgiving b

Weathersfield Weekly Blog Nov. 9 #weathersfieldvt #vt

Weathersfield VT November 9, 2016 Weathersfield select board news: Did you know you can sign up for automatic tax payment? The second installment of our town property tax was due Nov. 9, in case you forgot. Going forward, you can enroll in an automatic payment program. Contact the town accountant, Colin Bulter for more information. In an effort to improve fire safety in town, a new dry hydrant near Gulf Rd and Plains RD was recently installed. The Town of Weathersfield, West Weathersfield Volunteer Fire Department, Ascutney Volunteer Fire Department and the landowners of 1335 Gulf Road joined together on this project that was funded with help from the Vermont Rural Fire Protection Task Force. Weathersfield School news: The Emperor's New Clothes at Windsor High School Dec. 7. The WS K-4 students will be attending this production. Students will have lunch, early recess and then board the bus to be at the high school by 11:45. Parents are invited as chaperones and are welco

Weathersfield Weekly Blog Nov. 2 #weathersfieldvt #vt

Weathersfield VT November 2, 2016 Missing Teen Found in Royalton -According to the Vermont State Police (VSP), missing 17 year old Autumn Sanville was found at the Royalton home of her 22 year old boyfriend Shadoe Benson on Sunday afternoon Oct. 30. In a press release the VSP reported that detectives contacted Benson several times throughout this investigation, and he denied having knowledge of Sanville’s whereabouts. Benson claimed to not know Sanville was at the residence until she was found there by his father, who returned home unexpectedly and found Sanville in his kitchen. Sanville was uninjured and claimed to have spent the last three and a half weeks alone, camping with just a sleeping bag in the woods. She claimed she did this all on her own, no one assisted her, and that she subsisted on a diet of bread, jelly, river water, and goldfish crackers. Despite her claims, Sanville was clean and dry, and her clothing and sleeping bag showed no signs of wear and tear or use

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