A Public Hearing will be held Thursday, June 1, 2017 at 6:03 PM at the Montgomery Public Safety Building/ Conference Room, 86 Mountain Road, Montgomery Center, Vermont.
Donna Kane has submitted an Application for Conditional Use under Montgomery’s Zoning Regulations, Section 4.2. The applicant is proposing a Camp at 4041 Hill West Extension, Montgomery Center, VT 05471. The Parcel ID# is 12.148X. Lot size is 13 acres and is located in the Conservation I District.
Further information may be obtained from the Zoning Administrator, Ann E. Lavery, or at the Montgomery Town Clerk’s Office.
Any interested person must participate in this local proceeding as a requisite to the right to take any subsequent appeal.
Ann E. Lavery, Zoning Administrator
Dated: May 8, 2017
It’s a nice place to settle down,
People stop to chat in the local grocery store,
the post-office’s parking lot, or even it’s front door in our town.
Everyone knows you by your name,
In cities people pass each other as they hurry about, and it’s not the same.
Our town has a certain pride.
It’s a friendly community to reside.
Some young people will probably move elsewhere since they feel that their
future, would be at a loss here, and not a gain.
But as for me, our Town is where, I’ll remain.
It’s true that one’s economic livelihood’s input is important to maintain life,
Yet, money isn’t everything, and it’s so often the cause, of unhappiness and strife.
The beauty of our Town can be seen, and because , most are sensible, our
Town will survive.
It’s the quality not the quantity from our family and friends that make us
What we are, and such energy and ingredients are worthwhile, and
They keep our Town alive.
Written and shared by
Esther Varela of Town.
5/9..The 500 Card club met at the lovely home of Linda van Gieson’s on West Hill. Linda had everyone come and she prepared a luncheon for everyone. During our time of eating we all have a time to chit-chat and lots of laughter. The game starts at 1 p.m. and Linda had high score for the afternoon (3540), Rita St.Onge had second high (3500), low score was Jo Cota (1140), most horses went to Helen Parent (6). Subs for the afternoon were Rita, in the absence of Connie McFarland, Roberta Morin played for Sue Cherrier..who was enjoying some time in Florida, Helen Parent was playing for Lorraine Gillis. Sue Peters will host the June meeting at her home. We all had a wonderful afternoon and we all loved seeing the big goose swimming around on their pond.
Sincere Sympathy to the Family and Friends of Romeo Lamore, Romeo passed away this week on 5/11. Our Love and friendship to his family, hoping it will be a comfort to all of you. God Bless!!
Looking ahead..the first “Farmer’s Market” will be held on May 27th at the lawn of the Historical Society here in town. Watch the ads for more info.
Montgomery Memorial Day Commemorative will be held May 29, starting at 10 a.m. at the upper/newer section of the Center Cemetery. It will include Roll Call, a wreath laying and Military Honors by Enosburg American Legion Post 42. Light refreshments follow the service.
Sponsored by the M. Historical Society.
Happy birthday to: Keishya Brooks-Fiore 5/22; Billy Baker Jr., Alexis Lefebrve 5/23; Frank Elkins, Kelly Elkins-Maxfield 5/24, Jeannette Sylvester, Ashley Cota, Flynn Paradee 5/25; Paul Chauvin 5/26, Gunnar Hess 5/27.
Anniversary Wishes to…Jon & Joan Ramey, and Tony and Sue Peters 5/27.
Today all Mother’s were sent nice thoughts of Love and remembered in some special way, 5/14.
**New Meanings…Beauty Parlor; a place where women curl up and dye.** Dust: Mud with the juice squeezed out.** This is all for now..have a nice week.. M.L.T.A.
BRRRR! Another cool damp Sunday with predictions of snow flurries on the higher elevations for tonight. Thankfully our Saturday wasn’t a wash out, it rained a few times but didn’t dampen the spirits of people that come to our rummage and bake sale. It’s amazing where all the people come from to attend our sale. For years now we are told we are the Cadillac of rummage sales. Yes, we do go through all the clothes and toss out what we do not want on our tables, like stains, rips, and unclean items. That is rare, as we are usually blessed with nice clothes. I think if you have something to donate clothes or other items, Ask yourself, would I buy this if I saw it at a rummage sale. If the answer is no, probably someone else would not buy it either. I, sincerely want to THANK the many people that came and enjoyed themselves and remarked on our nice set-up and so well organized. My neighbor/friend/ helper Maggie Elkins has helped for the past few years. She is a pleasure to work with and we have enjoyed working and having a nice sale for all that attend. For all the helpers that battle the weather conditions outside, you are a blessing, to have come and set up the outside tables and cover things with tarps, Thank-You!! I , have appreciated the help of all that came before the sale and the ones that worked during the sale and volunteers that came to clean up. The Pastor asked me today if I had something to say, I said Yes, “I’m glad its over” the last few days are a lot of work and the weather predictions made it stressful. Thanks to our neighbor Cory across the street for allowing us to use the front porch to have things under cover. Our appreciation to Ernest Jones for taking all our left-overs. Thanks To Everyone!!
On March 20th, Mark and Wendy Brouillette became grandparents on this day to a healthy baby boy. Their daughter Katie Sione and Leon West became proud parents to Odin Alexander West, born at Northwester Medical Center in St. Albans. Congratulations to all!!!
4/6. A few ladies from the Montgomery Green Mountain Ruby Reds, attended the Queens Council annual meeting at Trader’s Duke in Williston. From our group were Rachel Wright, Connie McFarland, Esther Varela, Helen Thompson, Lorraine Gillis and Fredda Ploof. The theme for this event was “Western Style” the ladies could wear western attire, and Fredda played her accordion, the ladies got to square dance, and polka,etc. A wonderful time was enjoyed by all the ladies that came from all around Vermont.
4/7. Connie McFarland had visits from her daughters Patricia and hubby Victor Rollings from Chazy, N.Y., and Jane and Joe Sanpetrino from So. Burlington. Connie, said it was to cold to go and sit out on the front porch, Connie usually has a nice wood fire and that makes it much more cozy.
HAPPY BIRTHDAY TO: Hayley Williams 5/15; David Hanna, BirchPoirier, David Wisell 5/17; Matt Tryhorne 5/19.
Anniversary wishes to: Tony and Suzanne Whedon 5/19.
HAPPY MOTHER’S DAY!! ** A young mother was trying to get her fussy child to eat the supper she had prepared for the family, she finally said just pretend its mud.** This is all Folks..My oxoxox to all!!
RUMMAGE AND BAKE SALE
SATURDAY, MAY 6
TIME: 8 A.M. – 2 P.M.
AT THE MONTGOMERY UNITED METHODIST CHURCH
20 FULLER BRIDGE ROAD,
BENEFIT THE UNITED METHODIST WOMEN,
CONTACT PERSON… LOIS LUMBRA 326-4651