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SALISBURY — The Salisbury Board of Selectmen discussed the broad agenda for 2019 at their Monday, Jan. 7, meeting.

Chief among the issues are bears.

Ed Logan, who has experience with bears, came to share his expertise.

He said a biologist friend of his, also with wide experience of bears, said the way to remove problem bears is to remove the food sources that attract them in the first place.

And that is garbage.

Logan said hunting bears is a poor choice for management, because hunters are likely to kill mature bears, who are “better...

Salisbury

Not your grandmother’s $100 bill — if she’d had one

SALISBURY — The threat of a nor’easter did not deter a capacity audience from attending a lecture at Noble Horizons on Saturday, Oct. 27. Douglas Crane recounted the history of the Crane Paper Co. from its 18th-century beginnings to the present day. 
In addition to top-of-the-line stationery products, Crane is the only paper producer to engineer and create the paper that American currency has been printed on, since the nation was founded. 

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Notable ‘Nutmeggers’ collected in one book

SALISBURY — Author and historian Eric D. Lehman told an audience at Noble Horizons on Friday, Oct. 26, that the state of Connecticut “has punched above its weight, so to speak, for centuries” in terms of influential residents.
Lehman was promoting his latest book, “Connecticut Vanguards: Historic Trailblazers and Their Legacies.”
The book covers 24 notable Nutmeggers, including Jonathan Edwards, Katharine Hepburn and P.T. Barnum.

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Crazy good time at Mad Hatters Ball

SALISBURY — It’s possible that John Pogue’s sombrero got the whole thing started, although no one specifically admitted that was what happened. 
For whatever reason, Habitat for Humanity of Northwest Connecticut chose hats as the theme for this year’s fundraising party,  calling it the Mad Hatters Cocktail Party and Ball. 
The madness happened on Saturday, Oct. 27, at the Grove recreation building. 

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Salisbury looks at short-term rentals

SALISBURY — The Salisbury Planning and Zoning Commission held a workshop meeting Monday, Oct. 15, to get feedback from the public on the subject of  short-term rentals in town.
About 35 people attended, plus the commissioners.
Jocelyn Ayer from the Northwest Hills Council of Governments started the meeting with a presentation on short-term rentals and how different towns regulate them (if they regulate them at all). The council is made up of first selectmen from 21 area towns.

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All ends well with SCS renovation

LAKEVILLE — Back in February 2016, architect Al Jacunski left jaws on the floor when he told the town school board and the Board of Finance that Salisbury Central School needed $8.5 million in renovations.
The town responded by a) ignoring Jacunski and b) forming a building committee, headed by Michael Clulow.
Two and a half years later, the renovations are done, at a cost of $2.25 million.
School board Chairman David Valcin took a group through the upper building prior to the board meeting on Monday, Oct. 22.

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Salisbury man arrested for installing video cameras

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Millerhurst blaze recalls 1985’s Belter fire

SALISBURY — It wasn’t only Dutchess County residents who were stunned and saddened by the early evening fire on Oct. 14 that destroyed two dairy barns and killed 46 cows at Mike and Emily Miller’s Millerhurst Farm in Ancramdale. 
Northwest Corner residents who heard about the fire spread the news, posted photos on social media and visited the www.gofundme.com page for the fire, sharing support and money to help the farmers rebuild after the electrical fire. 

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Salisbury looks at rules on short-term rentals

SALISBURY — The Salisbury Planning and Zoning Commission held a workshop meeting Monday, Oct. 15, to get feedback from the public on the subject of  short-term rentals in town.
About 35 people attended, plus the commissioners.
Jocelyn Ayer from the Northwest Hills Council of Governments started the meeting with a presentation on short-term rentals and how different towns regulate them (if they regulate them at all). The council is made up of first selectmen from 21 area towns.

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Sotheby’s office now in Salisbury

The 14 agents of William Pitt Sotheby’s International Realty have moved from their former office on Main Street in Lakeville to a new spot on Main Street in Salisbury. John Harney Jr. (at left in photo, with Tom Metzger and MC Taylor) said the company decided to make the move so the office would have greater visibility and more street traffic. The only downside to the new space, he said, is the presence nearby of the Sweet William’s bakery and coffee shop. “That’s 10 pounds, right there,” he said with a sigh. 
 

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Town meeting makes ponies tax free

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.

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