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SALISBURY — Voters at a Salisbury town meeting on Wednesday, Oct. 10, unanimously approved eight agenda items.

The first item was to combine the town’s Land Capital and Building Capital accounts into one new account, called the Building and Land Capital account. This was approved by unanimous voice vote.

By paper ballot, voters approved an expenditure of up to $80,000 to complete the work on the steps and ramps at Town Hall; an expenditure of $42,000 for the Planning and Zoning Commission to work on regulations on housing density in the village areas served by...

Salisbury

Lakeville Hose Company dedicates its new fire station

cynthiah@lakevillejournal.com

SALISBURY — The new fire station at 4 Brook St. was officially opened last November in a solemn ceremony held at night, with flags and full dress uniforms on all the Lakeville Hose Company volunteers.
A more fun, less formal celebration was held last Saturday, June 4, when the entire town was invited to celebrate the new 10-bay firehouse.

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Big Rig rolls into town on June 11

jenniferk@lakevillejournal.com

LAKEVILLE — The community field behind the Patco convience store will be overrun with giant vehicles for the Big Rig Event Saturday, June 11, from 11 a.m. to 3 p.m.
“We’re excited to have the community join us for our second Big Rig,” said Kate Dziedzic, director of Housatonic Child Care Center, which is putting on the event as a fundraiser. “And we’re so grateful for the community’s support.”

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Blessing of the Animals

The Rev. John Carter of St. John’s Church in Salisbury blessed a friendly golden retriever owned by Juliet Moore during Sunday’s Blessing of the Animals.

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New intern at The Journal

LAKEVILLE — Sophie Schechter, an English major and rising junior at Kenyon College in Ohio, will intern at The Lakeville Journal this summer.
Schechter spent her younger years in New York City, and moved to Salisbury when she was 12.
She is interested in politics and her favorite magazine is The New Yorker.
“My dream job is to write for The New Yorker for The Talk of the Town,” she said.

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June 1, 2011 Storm Video

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Salisbury honors its fallen soldiers

jenniferk@lakevillejournal.com

SALISBURY — An early thunderstorm rained out the Friends of the Scoville Library’s attempt to give out coffee and doughnuts to parade participants as they gathered in front of the library, but the skies cleared in time for the parade.
Ceremonies began with a gun salute to those buried at sea. The Rev. Diane Monte-Catania of Salisbury Congregational Church said a prayer, and a wreath was thrown from the bridge next to the library.

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Hot day, cool treats

The Salisbury Visiting Nurse Association sponsored a free ice cream social on the lawn of The White Hart Monday, May 30, after the town’s Memorial Day ceremonies. Jennifer Kronholm Clark of Lakeville procured a cone for her daughter, Lily, 11 months.

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Lunch cost to increase a nickel

patricks@lakevillejournal.com

SALISBURY — The Board of Education voted to raise the price of a lunch — by a nickel — at Salisbury Central School for the 2011-12 school year. The decision was made at the board’s regular monthly meeting Monday, May 23.
Board Clerk Sue Bucceri said a federal mandate requires the school to raise the price of lunch to $2.46; however, the school is not required to implement the increase all at once. The current price is $2.25 per lunch. The school serves about 21,000 lunches in a school year.
The board voted unanimously to raise the price to $2.30 for next year.

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Tooting their own horns

Rick Nellson conducted his music students during the K-through-five concert at Salisbury Central School Thursday, May 26. The children warmed up with “Old MacDonald,” after which Nellson commented, “I guess that’s a classic.”

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Torres campaigns for state chair

Rick Torres told Salisbury Republicans that the state party needs to bring a conservative message into Connecticut’s cities — and that he’s the right man for the job. He spoke at Town Hall Thursday evening, May 26.

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