Huntington Town Office News

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CAUTION: NEW SALT REDUCTION PROGRAM IN HUNTINGTON
The Town has a new salt reduction program for paved roads this winter. For everyone's safety this winter, we ask that you drive with extra care: PLEASE REDUCE SPEED & DON'T TAILGATE. For more information, click here or call Road Foreman Yogi Alger at 434-2710 or Town Administrator Barbara Elliott at 434-4779.

QUILT RAFFLE TO PURCHASE AED
A raffle for a queen-size, handmade quilt will be held to raise funds to an AED to be placed in the Community Church of Huntington. The drawing is December 23, so don't wait! The sponsors, Les and Deb Hunton, will also fund CPR training for the first 10 people who sign up. To see the quilt and read the details, click here.

HUNTINGTON COOKBOOKS
With over 400 recipes, photos and historical information, the new Huntington community cookbook is not to be missed. Reserve yours by contacting Sandy Heyman at BPMS (434-2074). Click here for more details.

HUNTINGTON HOLIDAY FOOD BOXES
As we approach the holidays, we are in the process of putting together Huntington Holiday Boxes for our neighbors, who may be short on resources, and elderly friends. Last year, about 20 volunteers filled and delivered over 60 boxes of all sizes in our town.
Donations of canned or packaged food items can be left at collection sites around town. Cash or checks will be used to purchase fresh fruit and vegetables, bread and other perishable products.
A box for contributions will be located in the following places:
• the hall outside the library at Brewster-Pierce School
• the Town Clerk’s Office
• Beaudry’s Stores                                
• the Huntington Post Office
• the Community Church of Huntington
Leave a check with the Town Clerk, Brewster-Pierce School secretary or at Beaudry's Store. Checks can be made out to Huntington Holiday Boxes. Cash donations are also appreciated.
Thank you very much.  Hope your holiday season is wonderful. 

INFORMATION ON BRIDGE 8 (MAIN ROAD - just south of Moody Road)
The Scoping Report, Conceptual Plans, and PowerPoint presentations from public meetings about Bridge 8 are available on the VTrans (VT Agency of Transportation) website: https://outside.vermont.gov/agency/vtrans/external/Projects/Structures/13j080

BREWSTER-PIERCE SCHOOL IS COLLECTING BOXTOPS FOR EDUCATION & LABELS FOR EDUCATION When you purchase certain cereals, soup or other products at the local store, check the label. If there is a small emblem on the boxtop or on the side of the can, cut it out to give to the Partners in Education at Brewster-Pierce School. Each little emblem is worth ten cents when they are sent in (December and April). Drop off at the school or the Town Clerk's Office. To read more about the two programs, click here for Boxtops. Click here for Labels.

HUNTINGTON GENERAL ELECTION RESULTS
Huntington's Voter Checklist is 1468 / Buels Gore's Checklist is 22

833 voters came to the polls on November 4. To see the results of the November 4 General Election voting in Huntington, click here.

HUNTINGTON PRIMARY ELECTION RESULTS
Huntington's Voter Checklist is 1462 / Buels Gore's Checklist is 23

 116 voters came to the polls on August 26. To see the results of the August 26 Primary Election voting in Huntington, click here.

DOG REGISTRATIONS WERE DUE APRIL 1st
The 2014 tags are still available: $18 or $12spayed/neutered. Civil fines may be imposed on unregistered dogs.

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