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Government red tape seems to be standing in the way of a service station opening at Routes 7 and 63. The soil has been tested and is not contaminated. Photo by Alexander Wilburn

Service station at Routes 7/63 in Falls Village not quite ready to open yet

FALLS VILLAGE — The Board of Selectmen agreed to keep paying Assistant Town Clerk Arlene Benninger and pick up part of her health insurance costs until the next meeting of the Board of Finance on Feb. 8.

First Selectman Henry Todd explained that Town Clerk Mary Palmer is experiencing medical difficulties.

Numbers have shifted

FALLS VILLAGE — At the regular (and online) meeting of the Region One Board of Education on Monday, Jan. 4, Superintendent Lisa Carter reported that overall Region One enrollment has dropped by eight students since October.


The forest that Susan Kelsey and her husband, Berkley, bought in Falls Village in the 1980s will now be a memorial grove. Individuals select the trees where they will be laid to rest; loved ones can visit the forest and the tree.  Photo by Hunter O. Lyle

Memorial tree forest

FALLS VILLAGE — A memorial tree forest, the first of its kind on the East Coast, has taken root on a 130-acre parcel off Music Mountain Road. 

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