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Formal objection to proposed park and ride in Putney

As a resident of Putney, abutter to properties adjacent to the proposed park and ride, town energy coordinator and chair of the Putney Energy Committee, I have the following concerns;

1. An 83 spot park and ride is just too large for our town, other area park and rides are less than half this size. Why supersize it?
This large project is not needed in Putney, considering that there is adequate parking in town and the surrounding lots.
2. The park and ride project has had no study performed that would justify such a large project. Terms such as “if you build it they will come” are not a substitute for a real study.
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Mulch hay for sale

25 bales of mulch hay for sale. Used for a wedding and has been outside for the past two weeks. Asking $5.00/bale. If interested call 387-6609.
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HP G6-2235US LAPTOP

I do not like Windows 8. So I haven't used this computer in the three months since I bought it. It may not be new, but it certainly isn't "used," either.

HP G6-2235US LAPTOP (AMD A6-4400m processor, 2.70 GHz, 640/750GB hard drive (not sure which), 4GB RAM). Price includes a 2-year STAPLES service contract (beginning 6/12/13) and a free STAPLES tune-up. Reformatted to factory settings (some software may be available). $450.

Email me at calchasvt@gmail.com if you're interested.
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Cheryl Wheeler and The Nields at Next Stage on Friday, September 20

Next Stage Arts Project and Twilight Music present folk singer, songwriter and comedienne extraordinaire Cheryl Wheeler plus folk/rock sister duo The Nields in concert on Friday, September 20 at 7:30 pm at Next Stage, 15 Kimball Hill in Putney, VT.

It has always seemed as if there were two Cheryl Wheelers, with fans of the New England songwriter relishing watching the two tussle for control of the microphone. There is poet-Cheryl, writer of some of the prettiest, most alluring and intelligent ballads on the modern folk scene. And there is her evil twin, comic-Cheryl, a militant trend defier and savagely funny social critic. As the poet and comic forces join, taking their separate turns and melding into the same artistic vision, Wheeler emerges as a delightful, gifted and openhearted performer.
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Senior Lunch at Putney Cares Tuesday Sept 24 12-2pm

Join your friends and neighbors for our Congregate Lunch and conversation in our cozy activities barn at 54 Kimball Hill in Putney on Tuesday Sept 24, 12-2pm.
The lunch will be prepared in by Kelly Larabee, and is co-sponsored by Putney Cares and Senior Solutions. The suggested donation for the lunch is $3.50.

Here’s the Menu:
Orange Chicken, Roasted Root Vegetables, Country Style Garlic Mashed Potatoes, Green Beans Almandine
Assorted Breads, Apple Crisp a la Mode, Apple Cider Coffee and Tea

Please call 387-5593, or email putneycares@svcable.net to make a reservation
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Putney Selectboard & Planning Commission Joint Meeting

The Putney Selectboard & Planning Commission will hold a joint meeting on Wednesday, September 18, 2013, 5:30 p.m. at the Town Hall. This is a special meeting to discuss the proposed AT&T temporary cell tower. The agenda can be viewed on the municipal website using the following link: http://www.putneyvt.org/files/docs/sb...pecial.pdf
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Herbal Tincture Workshop in Putney

Learn how to make herbal tinctures using the percolation method. Percolation is a fast way to make high quality tinctures out of dried herbs. This process is more technical than maceration but well worth the effort. The class will include a complete demonstration of the process with hands on opportunities and you will leave with detailed instructions for repeating this process at home with all of your favorite herbs. Participants will also take home a tincture.

Saturday September 21st, 2-4pm at Medicine for the People (125 Main St, Putney)

Participants will have the opportunity to make their own 'perc cone' at the end of the class. Simply bring an empty, large glass Pellegrino water bottle (or one of similar shape, it can be any color glass), with the label removed and save the top.

Led by herbalist and clinical nutritionist, Emily Samet. Email info@medicineforthepeople.org or call 802-387-3028 to schedule.
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Wanted: Ride to JFK

Would you be interested in making $100 plus gas to drive to JFK this Friday, leaving between 7 and 7:30 a.m.? If so, please call CJ at (802) 490-0197.

Thanks!
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Putney Library Book Group to Meet

PUTNEY, Vt. – The Putney Library Book Group will meet Sunday, Sept. 15 at 7 p.m. to discuss The Mother by Pearl Buck.
The novel portrays the life of a woman trying to raise three children without a husband in a small rural Chinese village.
The group meets the third Sunday of each month at the library and welcomes new members at any time. Discussion is low-key, friendly and stimulating. Information about the group is available by calling (802) 387-5548.

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YARD SALE at West Hill Shop!

Friday, September 13th 10-7pm and Saturday, September 14th 10-6pm

Great deals abound during our Yard Sale. Most of the shop will be on sale including 10-50% of selected bikes, XC ski gear, clothing and accessories. Come check out our gorgeous new Ibex arrivals!

Here's a Yard Sale preview: http://myemail.constantcontact.com/Ya...N7dWxJfc0g

And you'll love this....you're invited to sell your used bikes, XC skis, and any cycling and cross-country ski specific gear and apparel at our Yard Sale for store credit. If you want straight up cash for your wares, then you are welcome to hang around and sell them yourself. For our Seller Guidelines go to: http://www.westhillshop.com/events.html or call 802-387-5718