Morning Briefing -- Tuesday
Tuesday, April 23
Overeaters Anonymous meets
BENNINGTON -- Overeaters Anonymous meets on Tuesdays at 7 p.m. at the Bennington Free Library, 101 Silver St. Spouse bereavement support group
BENNINGTON -- The Sudden Unexpected Death of a Spouse bereavement support group will hold its monthly meeting at 6 p.m. at the Bennington Free Library, 101 Silver St. No registration required and it’s free. For additional information about the group or this meeting, call 802-440-8100, email email@example.com or find the group on Facebook.
Town Hall, Main Street, 7 p.m.
Agenda: Proposed agreement for lease of municipal land for a solar photovoltaic power project - executive session possible.
North Bennington Prudential Committee
North Bennington Graded School library, 6 p.m.
Agenda: 6 p.m., executive session for personnel; public comments; Policy: #1000 Policy Drafting Committee; personnel: motion for a Reduction in Force, NBGSD employed teachers; principal’s report; chair’s report: code of ethics, discussion; other; executive session for personnel and contractual matters.
Don Keelan’s Saturday column "Embezzlement: Has it become part of our culture?"contained an error. Bruce McAllister, former auditor of Dartmouth College, pleaded guilty to a charge that he transferred money to his own bank accounts from several nonprofit organizations where he served as treasurer. One of those organizations was Alpha Theta, a coeducational fraternity at Dartmouth. However, McAllister has never been charged with embezzling Dartmouth College.
BENNINGTON -- A Friday, April 19, article "Fire damage to delay center opening" contained an error. The Bennington Area Chamber of Commerce will not be moving to the new welcome center when it opens. The chamber staff will continue to work from their current office at 100 Veterans Memorial Drive, Bennington. "The chamber is not moving," said Executive Director Joann Erenhouse. "The chamber stays right where it is."
Green Up in Bennington
BENNINGTON -- Green Up Day is Saturday, May 4. If you wish to clean an area, street or neighborhood, call the Bennington Town Office at 442-1037 to register. Town personnel must know the area you will be cleaning up and where the trash will be to facilitate collection. Green Up bags should be available at the Bennington Town Office the third week of April. The town will provide bags; however, the number may be limited, so call early.
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