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					TOWN OF WARREN                                                                                               1

                            TABLE OF CONTENTS
Town of Warren:
 Town Officers ......................................................................................... 3
 Warning for Warren Town Meeting 2006 ........................................ 6
 Selectboard Report ................................................................................. 8
 Statement of Taxes Raised .................................................................. 10
 Delinquent Tax Report ........................................................................ 11
 Combined Balance Sheet ..................................................................... 16
 General Fund Income/3 Year Summary ......................................... 17
 General Fund Expenses/3 Year Summary ..................................... 18
 Capital Reserve Budget Fund & Forecast ....................................... 19
 Zoning Administrator’s Report ......................................................... 27
 Town Clerk’s Report ............................................................................ 28
 Report of the United Church of Warren ......................................... 28
 Warren Public Library Report ........................................................... 29
 Report of the Library Commission ................................................... 32
 Historian Report ................................................................................... 33
 Warren Listers Report ......................................................................... 35
 Warren Arts Committee Report ........................................................ 37
 Warren Cemetery Accounts ............................................................... 38
 Warren Decentralized Wastewater Improvement Project .......... 39
 Warren Fire Department Report ....................................................... 40
 Warren Planning Commission Report ............................................. 41
 Development Review Report ............................................................. 42
 Conservation Committee .................................................................... 43
 Warren Playgroup ................................................................................ 45
 Warning & Minutes from Warren Town Meeting 2005 ............... 46
 School Cost Study Group ................................................................... 52
Warren School District:
 Warning of Annual Meeting Warren Town School District ....... 55
 Warren School Board & School Administration Report .............. 56
 Annual Report of Student Performance Results - 2005 ............... 67
 Warren Elementary School Budget .................................................. 76
 Warren School Professional Faculty - 2005-2006 .......................... 82
 Notes on 2006-2007 Warren School Budget .................................... 84
 Warren Education Fund Annual Report - 2005 ............................. 93
 Independent Auditor’s Report .......................................................... 95
 Warning & Minutes from 2005 Annual Meeting Warren School ....99
 Warning & Minutes of Special Meeting - Nov. 15, 2005 .................. 100
 Warning of Annual Meeting – Harwood Union High School ....... 101
 Washington West Central Office Report ....................................... 103
 Washington West Supervisory Summary Budget ...................... 107
Mad River Valley Support Services:
 Mad River Solid Waste Alliance ..................................................... 108
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 Mad River Valley Planning District ............................................... 112
 Mad River Valley Ambulance Service ........................................... 115
 Friends of the Mad River .................................................................. 116
 Mad River Valley Recreation District ............................................ 118
 Mad River Valley Public Access Television ................................. 119
 Mad River Valley Senior Citizens ................................................... 121
 Mad River Valley Health Center .................................................... 123
Central Vermont Support Services:
 Central Vermont Regional Planning Commission ..................... 124
Vital Records
 Births ..................................................................................................... 125
 Civil Unions ......................................................................................... 125
 Marriages .............................................................................................. 125
 Deaths .................................................................................................... 126




Cover Photo Courtesy of:
       Nick Morehouse and the Warren Fire Dept.




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TOWN OF WARREN                                                                                      3

                                TOWN OFFICERS
Moderator
Robert Messner ....................................................................... 2005-2006
Select Board
Barry Simpson ......................................................................... 2003-2006
Mac Rood (2 year term) .......................................................... 2004-2006
Michael Brodeur (2 year term) ................................................ 2005-2007
Steven Butcher ........................................................................ 2004-2007
Burton Bauchner ...................................................................... 2005-2008
Listers
Miron Malboeuf ....................................................................... 2003-2006
Priscilla Robinson .................................................................... 2004-2007
Gary Bombard ......................................................................... 2005-2008
Town Clerk
Reta Goss ................................................................................. 2005-2006
Town Treasurer
Mary Butler ............................................................................ 2005-2006
Trustee of Public Money
Mary Butler ............................................................................ 2005-2006
Auditor
Laina Aylward .......................................................................... 2003-2006
David Caterino ........................................................................ 2004-2007
Pam Skowronski ..................................................................... 2005-2008
Delinquent Tax Collector
Reta Goss ................................................................................ 2005-2006
Constable
First-Vacant .......................................................................... 2005-2006
Second-Jack Lonsdale ............................................................ 2005-2006
Town Agent
Wayne Kathan .......................................................................... 2005-2006
Grand Juror
Eric Moffroid ........................................................................... 2005-2006
Library Trustees
Deborah Krisko ....................................................................... 2001-2006
Deborah Wetmore .................................................................... 2003-2007
Jennifer Moffroid ..................................................................... 2003-2008
David Ellison ........................................................................... 2005-2008
Helen Bridgewater .................................................................. 2004-2009
Carl Lobel ................................................................................ 2005-2010
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Cemetery Commission
Donald Carpenter ..................................................................... 2001-2006
Michele Eid ............................................................................. 2002-2007
John Roth ................................................................................ 2003-2008
Vacant ..................................................................................... 2004-2009
Margaret Forbes ....................................................................... 2005-2010
Warren School District Officers
Moderator Mac Rood .............................................................. 2005-2006
Treasurer Mary Butler ............................................................. 2005-2006
School Directors
Charlotte Robinson .................................................................. 2003-2006
Robert Rosen (2 year term) ..................................................... 2004-2006
Sasha Woolson (3 year term) ................................................... 2004-2007
Pam Skowronski (2 year term) ................................................ 2005-2007
Dan Reicher ............................................................................. 2005-2008
Harwood School Board
Richard King ........................................................................... 2003-2006
JUSTICE OF THE PEACE
Sandra Brodeur - Mary Butler - Nancy Colby - Rebecca Peatman -
Virginia Roth

                         APPOINTED OFFICIALS
Planning Commissioners
John Donaldson - James Sanford - Donald LaHaye - John Goss - Lisa
Miserendino - Laura Crandall - Michael Ketchel
Development Review Board
Peter Monte - Lenord Robinson - Eric Brattstrom - David Markolff -
Chris Behn
Alternates
Jason Heroux - Virginia Roth - Jeff Schoellkopf
Warren Recreation Committee
Doug Bergstein - Donn Simpson - Kirstin Reilly - Eric Moffroid - Carl
Bates
Conservation Committee
Margo Wade – Tara Hamilton – Erin Russel-Story – Trafton Crandall –
Glen Thomas
Town of Warren Administrator- Cindi Jones
Planning and Zoning Administrator-Miron Malboeuf
Development Review & Planning Commission Assistant- Ruth
Robbins
Road Commissioner – Steve Butcher
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Road Foreman- Richard Robinson
Fire Chief- (Elected by Fire Department) Alan “Butch” Hartshorn
Librarian- Deborah Kahn
ADA Representative - Louise Messner
Central Vermont Economic Development Corp. Representative-
Burton Bauchner
Central Vermont Regional Planning Committee- John Donaldson-
Donald LaHaye Alternate
Central Vermont Revolving Loan Representative – Burton Bauchner
Central Vermont Transit Authority Representative- Ken Blair
Dog Catcher- Robert Tracy
Dog Pound Keeper - Roy Hadden, Valley Animal Hospital
Emergency Management Director – Barry Simpson
Emergency Management Coordinator- Steve Butcher – Deputy – Nick
Morehouse
Energy Coordinator- Ken Blair
E911 Coordinator-Elaine Fuller
Fence Viewers- Wayne Kathan – Randy Taplin – Ron Hunkins
Forest Fire Warden – Chris Burfoot
GIS Coordinator- Priscilla Robinson
Green-up Chairman- Rootswork Members
Health Officer- Martin Gubernick
Historian- Kit Hartshorn
MRV Planning District Steering Committee- Mac Rood – James
Sanford
MRV Recreation District Representatives- Doug Bergstein – Ken
Felderman
MRV Solid Waste Alliance- Ken Blair
Municipal Court Officer Issuing – Miron Malboeuf – Ruth Robbins –
Cindi Jones – Robert Tracey
Municipal Court Officer Appearing – Miron Malboeuf – Robert
Tracey – Robert Messner
Revolving Loan Fund Representative- John Norton
Service Officer- Helen Gow
Sewage Commissioners - John Roth – Steve Dollmeyer – Mary Butler,
John Carino
Sewage Officer- Michael Mayo
Shingle Inspector – Mac Rood
Transportation Agency Represtentative – James Sanford
Tree Warden- Meg Moffroid
Weigher of Coal- Vacant
  6                                                          TOWN OF WARREN

                      NOTICE TO VOTERS
    The legal voters of the Town of Warren are hereby notified that the
deadline for registration to vote for the below warned meeting shall be
Monday, February 27, 2006 at 12 noon. Legal voters of the Town of Warren
may request absentee ballots for Australian ballot issues until the closing
of the Town Clerk’s office on March 6, 2006. An authorized person may
apply for an absentee ballot on behalf of an absentee voter.

        WARNING FOR TOWN MEETING 2006
    The residents of the Town of Warren who are legal voters in the town
are hereby notified and warned to meet at the Warren Elementary School in
the Town of Warren on Tuesday, March 7, 2006 at 10:00 o’clock in the
forenoon to act upon the following matters:
Article 1.   To review and act upon the reports of the Town Officers for
             the year 2005.

Article 2.   Shall the Town vote a budget to meet the expenses and liabilities
             of the Town including the capital expenditures and to authorize
             the Select Board to set a tax rate sufficient to provide the same?
Article 3.   Shall the Town authorize the Select Board to borrow money to
             pay current expenses and debts of the Town in anticipation of
             the collection of taxes for that purpose?
Article 4.   Shall the Town vote its current taxes into the hands of the Town
             Treasurer?
Article 5.   Shall the Town vote to allocate $20,000 to the Conservation
             Fund?
Article 6.   Shall the Town have its taxes of real and personal property
             paid in installments, and set the dates, and to see whether
             payments shall be with or without discounts, and set the amount
             thereof? (In 2004 taxes billed July 10th, due August 10th,
             delinquent November 10th at midnight, without discounts.)
Article 7.   How shall the Town vote to spend its Green Mountain National
             Forest money?
Article 8.   Shall the Town empower the Select Board to accept any land if
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             given to the Town or to purchase any land within the Town?
Article 9.   Shall the voter’s of the Town of Warren instruct the Governor
             and our State Representatives and Senators to oppose:
             • Any use of the State Education Fund for purposes that are
             outside the law’s original intent to “make payments to school
             districts and supervisory unions for the support of education.
             • The shifting of existing State General Fund expenses
             obligations to the Education Fund: and
             • The reduction of any existing State General Fund revenue
             support to the Education Fund?
Article 10. The following items will be voted on by Australian ballot
            between the hours of 7:00 am and 7:00 pm, Tuesday, March 7,
            2006
             1. Election of all Town Officers required by law.
Article 11. Shall the Town vote to start next year’s Town Meeting at 10:00
            o’clock in the forenoon at the Warren Elementary School?

    Barry Simpson              Mac Rood
    Burton Bauchner            Michael Brodeur
    Steve Butcher
  8                                                       TOWN OF WARREN

                  SELECTBOARD REPORT
     The Town completed several major projects that were years in
preparation, and began the initial planning for several more.
     The Warren Wastewater Improvement Project was finally finished,
complicated by the necessity of relieving the primary contractor, N. L.
Chagnon’s Inc., of their duties at the very end in order to achieve final
completion.
     The Fire Protection Improvement Project approached completion of
the second phase, comprised of a lined storage pond at the Town gravel pit
supplying gravity flow to hydrants at Route 100 and just north of the Main
Street Bridge. Kingsbury Construction Co. will complete this phase in the
Spring. The last stage which will extend the water main under the bridge
to connect with the first phase of the system is projected for this summer.
Upon completion, this project will provide readily available emergency
water at 3 key locations in the Village, and an easy means of refilling the
trucks for service to all points.
     The operation and maintenance of the Town-owned dam at Blueberry
Lake was resumed upon completion of the federally-funded renovation by
Kingsbury Construction Co. Also, the U.S. Forest Service, which owns
the shoreline and land around most of the Lake, completed purchase of a
key 7.5 acre parcel on the north side.
     DuBois Construction replaced a seriously deteriorated culvert at the
Rice Brook crossing under the Access Road, with a precast concrete box
culvert.
     A combination of the Town funds and several grant sources has provided
a new softball infield surface, outfield fence and flood lights at Brooks
Field. Also, Children First is well under way in constructing a concrete
skate park.
     Town Meeting was held for the first time at the new stage in the
municipal auditorium at the Elementary School.
     Warren adopted a conservation plan, and we saw the first results of the
town-wide digital mapping program.
     During the year the Selectboard undertook several important new
initiatives. Among them are:
     - A focus on intermunicipal cooperation, especially with Waitsfield
and Fayston, in areas of mutual interest where greater economies of scale
can be achieved.
     - A solid advance in the provision of affordable housing, with the
purchase by the Town of a key tract west of the iron bridge on Route 100,
to be combined with adjacent property contributed by Sugarbush.
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     - Development with the Planning Commission of a long-term plan
for the Town Garage complex, and consideration of near-term needs of the
municipal complex, including expansion of the vault space and possible
move of the library to the middle floor of the Town Hall.
     - Development of a roads and trails inventory with the Conservation
Committee.
     - Replacement of the deteriorating western abutment of the covered
bridge in a manner that widens the waterway, levels the bridge and provides
river access.
     The task of being a responsible Selectboard member has become
considerably more complex and time-consuming in recent years. We have
the support of a very capable and effective Administrator, Cindi Jones, but
the steady demands of meetings, conferences, phone and email
communications, and project oversight have become more burdensome and
invasive of personal, family and employment commitments. This in part
justifies our request for a substantial increase in our annual stipend.
     We are also aware of the need to maintain the attractiveness of the
many volunteer and employed positions that are vital to maintaining the
desirability of Warren as a place to live, work, and play. We greatly
appreciate your commentary, support, and participation in this endeavor.
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            STATEMENT OF TAXES RAISED
2004   Tax Rate X Grand list = Total Raised

Non-Residental Ed.            2.0888 X 2,287,942.10 = 4,779,054.40
Homestead Ed.                    2.018 X 847,336.83 = 1,709,925.70
Municipal                        0.43 X 3,220,318.10 = 1,384,736.70
Residentual $2.448                          Non Residential $2.5188
Total                                                  7,873,943.19
Ajustments                                                 5,224.17
Homestead Adjustments                                      2,660.98
*Summit Venture’s Appeal                                 -90,421.10
Turned over to Deliquent Tax Collector                   512,299.54
Total Current Taxes Collected                          7,279,109.70

Tax Rate for 2004      Residentual $2.26       Non Residential $2.32
Tax Rate for 2003      $1.70
Tax Rate for 2002      $2.30
TOWN OF WARREN                                                        11

       DELINQUENT TAX REPORT 2005
    Delinquent 12-31-2004                $283,300.25
    Delinquent 11-15-2005                $512,299.54
    Delinquent 12-31-2005                $322,276.40

    TAXPAYER                PRIOR                   2005        TOTAL
   Abbot Fred                                $     45.34    $    45.34
PD Abdallah Dawud                            $    373.60    $   373.60
PD Abramson Robert                           $ 1,926.88     $ 1,926.88
   Acker Glenn              $   874.58       $ 1,814.39     $ 2,688.97
   Adeski Joseph                             $      7.56    $     7.56
PP Ahlstrand Suzanne                         $ 2,274.19     $ 2,274.19
   Alderton Lovell                           $    453.38    $   453.38
PD Alex John                                 $ 4,239.14     $ 4,239.14
PP Allen Tristin                             $    806.02    $   806.02
PD Alpine Development       $     2.32       $      2.52    $     4.84
   Alpine Development       $ 122.70         $ 133.50       $   256.20
   Ambriano Jacqueline      $11,707.38       $ 11,707.38
   Amoroso Peter                             $      7.56    $       7.56
   Anderson Bouse                            $ 1,542.24     $   1,542.24
PD Anderson Ronald          $ 1,503.09       $ 2,847.02     $   4,350.11
   Andrey Roger                              $ 5,664.78     $   5,664.78
PD Anton Raymond                             $ 1,889.10     $   1,889.10
   Ares John                                 $ 1,334.96     $   1,334.96
   Arno Anthony             $    13.89                      $      13.89
   Atel Business Credit     $     8.80                      $       8.80
   Baker Hastings           $ 802.36         $   1,234.21   $   2,036.57
   Balch Mason              $ 1,331.86       $   1,291.19   $   2,623.05
   Banknorth Group Inc      $    10.75       $      10.75
   Bardwell Richard                          $       5.04   $       5.04
   Bass Tavern              $   630.00       $     301.00   $     931.00
PD Bekenstein Josh                           $     293.86   $     293.86
   Belanger Emile           $   250.03       $     272.03   $     522.06
   Bell Steve               $   947.88       $   1,035.23   $   1,983.11
PP Bergmiller Glenn                          $   1,564.17   $   1,564.17
   Bernasconi Louis         $     6.95       $       7.56   $      14.51
   Besse Carl                                $   5,619.44   $   5,619.44
   Bobe Mildred                              $      25.19   $      25.19
PD Bonan James                               $       5.04   $       5.04
PD Bonan James                               $      30.23   $      30.23
PD Bonaventure Sarah                         $   1,007.52   $   1,007.52
PP Boyle Patrick                             $   6,898.99   $   6,898.99
   Bunnell George                            $      30.23   $      30.23
   Burns Anne                                $   3,440.68   $   3,440.68
   Bush Katherine                            $   2,963.31   $   2,963.31
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      TAXPAYER         PRIOR              2005              TOTAL
   Cabot Thomas                     $ 664.96           $      664.96
PD Caffrey John                     $    453.38        $      453.38
   Caisey Chris                     $    997.44        $      997.44
   Callander James                  $      5.04        $        5.04
PD Cameron Virginia                 $ 1,178.80         $    1,178.80
   Campisi Joseph                   $ 845.69           $      845.69
   Carpenter Robert                 $     15.11        $       15.11
   Caruso John         $    13.89   $     15.11        $       29.00
PP Cate Nicholas                    $    581.64        $      581.64
   Cavanaugh Sean                   $    881.58        $      881.58
   Cei Alfred                       $     12.59        $       12.59
   Cholewa John                     $      7.56        $        7.56
   Citiapital Commer                $    730.82        $      730.82
PD Clarke Thomas                    $ 2,685.04         $    2,685.04
PD Cook Robert                      $    780.83        $      780.83
   Cook William                     $     15.11        $       15.11
   Counrty Rentals                  $       4.30       $        4.30
   CR&B Enterprises                 $     64.50        $       64.50
   Crosthwaite Chris                $ 4,480.95         $    4,480.95
   Cullen Joesph       $   875.11   $    952.11        $    1,827.22
   Cusson Steven                    $ 3,539.81         $    3,539.81
   D’Annolfo Frank     $ 3,588.41   $ 3,904.14         $    7,492.55
PD Daniels Robert                   $     15.11        $       15.11
   Delaney J. Edward                $       5.04       $        5.04
   Derlan Gary                      $    435.75        $      435.75
   Dipasquale Robert   $ 1,317.43   $    627.18        $    1,944.61
   Dolloff Robert                   $     68.01        $       68.01
   Douglas Ian         $ 3,118.44   $ 3,392.82         $    6,511.26
   Duffy Rose          $    17.00   $     25.19        $       42.19
PD Dybik Walter                     $      5.04        $        5.04
PP Ecker Freferick                  $ 2,760.60         $    2,760.60
PD Egan John                        $ 12,827.88        $   12,827.88
   Elliott Betsy       $   564.80   $ 1,848.80         $    2,413.60
   Elsenboss Arlene    $    24.09   $     15.11        $       39.20
PD Engel Glenn                      $ 846.33           $      846.33
PD Erickson John                    $    931.96        $      931.96
   Farber Anne         $ 5,064.75   $ 2,275.67         $    7,340.42
   Ficchi Mary                      $       5.04       $        5.04
PD Forrest Shirley                  $     12.59        $       12.59
   Fowler Bruce        $   218.94                      $      218.94
PD Frew Francis                     $    15.11         $       15.11
PP Gabrielli Beth      $   350.54   $ 908.70           $    1,259.24
   Gade John                        $    10.08         $       10.08
   Govone James        $    96.36   $    60.45         $      156.81
   Graham Nancy        $     6.95   $     7.56         $       14.51
   Graham Robert                    $ 1,856.83         $    1,856.83
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    TAXPAYER             PRIOR                 2005         TOTAL
PD Graves Letitia                       $      10.08    $      10.08
   Graves Maria Esta     $      6.95    $        7.56   $      14.51
PP Greenslit Kraig                      $     380.34    $     380.34
   Guyette Mildred       $     13.89    $      15.11    $      29.00
   Hall John                            $      22.04    $      22.04
PD Hammel Joyce          $   4,150.97   $   4,516.21    $   8,667.18
PP Hansel Lincoln        $   1,975.32   $   5,125.76    $   7,101.08
   Healy Lisa            $   1,216.23   $   1,487.10    $   2,703.33
   Hickok Reginald       $       8.03   $       5.04    $      13.07
   Hoffman Anna          $   2,099.80   $   2,284.55    $   4,384.35
   Howell William                       $        5.04   $       5.04
   Hunt Gina                            $      30.23    $      30.23
   Huston Peter                         $   4,680.58    $   4,680.58
   Integrated Leasing                   $        0.98   $       0.98
PD Jilani Asif                          $   2,367.67    $   2,367.67
   Joslin Seth                          $   2,176.27    $   2,176.27
   Kaplan Betty          $     12.05    $       7.56    $      19.61
   Kappes Carl                          $     496.20    $     496.20
   Karstetter Matthew                   $      49.37    $      49.37
   Keane James                          $     770.75    $     770.75
PD Kee Norman                           $     593.07    $     593.07
   Kervin John           $ 2,118.32     $   2,304.70    $   4,423.02
   Koopman John                         $   2,130.90    $   2,130.90
   Kourbage Gail         $     56.21    $   1,904.21    $   1,960.42
PD Kramer Steven                        $     415.60    $     415.60
   Kuronen David                        $      88.16    $      88.16
   Ladd Joseph                          $      40.30    $      40.30
   Lake Orion                           $   4,654.74    $   4,654.74
   Lavit Todd                           $     690.53    $     690.53
   Leheny David                         $       7.69    $       7.69
PD Leonard Mark                         $       7.56    $       7.56
   Levesque Donna                       $   4,420.49    $   4,420.49
PP Levin Robin                          $   4,163.58    $   4,163.58
PD Lindsay Robert                       $       5.04    $       5.04
   Livingston Arnold                    $     831.20    $     831.20
   Lucchese Joseph                      $   3,823.95    $   3,823.95
   Lynch Collins                        $      90.68    $      90.68
   Macarios Arthur                      $        7.56   $       7.56
   Macinnes Sarah                       $     332.48    $     332.48
   Mansfield William                    $      12.59    $      12.59
   Mattison Janet                       $      25.19    $      25.19
   Mcallister Theodore                  $     370.26    $     370.26
   Mccabe Terrence                      $   3,113.24    $   3,113.24
   Mcmenamin William                    $     755.64    $     755.64
   Mcmenamin William                    $     755.64    $     755.64
PD Michaud Travis                       $     227.86    $     227.86
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      TAXPAYER          PRIOR               2005              TOTAL
PD Miller Nancy                      $      15.11        $       15.11
   Minnich Donald                    $       5.04        $        5.04
   Miserendino Lisa                  $   3,808.43        $    3,808.43
   Moore Richard                     $        7.56       $        7.56
   Morales Gioconda                  $     906.77        $      906.77
   Mosley John                       $     558.22        $      558.22
   Narault Charles                   $       7.56        $        7.56
   Nason George                      $   1,612.03        $    1,612.03
   Nason Lauren                      $     957.14        $      957.14
   Nelson Carmel        $    16.06   $      10.08        $       26.14
   O’Brien Charles      $ 1,849.76   $   2,012.52        $    3,862.28
   O’Neil John                       $   1,407.60        $    1,407.60
   Olesiak Steven                    $        5.04       $        5.04
PD Ornitz Richard                    $     881.58        $      881.58
   Palmer Johann        $     6.95   $       7.56        $       14.51
   Panella Francis      $     6.95   $        7.56       $       14.51
   Paquin Andrew                     $      49.51        $       49.51
PP Parkrale Worldwide   $     4.50   $   2,518.80        $    2,523.30
   Payne Linda                       $   1,743.01        $    1,743.01
   Pierce Elwin         $   880.86   $     948.99        $    1,829.85
   Pinney F. Valerie                 $     294.70        $      294.70
   Pope Tyler                        $     332.48        $      332.48
   Raskind Sheppard                  $     905.49        $      905.49
PD Renkowsky Robert                  $      25.19        $       25.19
   Resort Homes Inc                  $      25.80        $       25.80
PD Rice Gerald                       $   2,663.63        $    2,663.63
   Richmond Philip                   $       5.04        $        5.04
   Ritchie Donald       $   233.83   $     254.40        $      488.23
PD Rockett William                   $      25.66        $       25.66
   Rose Alexandra       $ 5,304.19   $   5,752.80        $   11,056.99
PD Rozentales Albert                 $       5.04        $        5.04
PD Saltzman Kristina                 $     919.36        $      919.36
   Santiff James        $     6.95   $       7.56        $       14.51
PD SB Trust                          $     209.00        $      209.00
PD Schutz Anthony                    $       5.04        $        5.04
   Sciafani Louis                    $   3,904.14        $    3,904.14
PD Scullin John                      $     209.90        $      209.90
   Sears Timothy                     $   1,259.40        $    1,259.40
   Shaw Monte                        $   3,996.20        $    3,996.20
   Shaw Peter                        $   2,518.80        $    2,518.80
   Shive Thomas                      $     806.02        $      806.02
   Shivo Garrett        $   680.65   $     732.97        $    1,413.62
   Showacre David                    $   2,132.38        $    2,132.38
   Simons Kenneth                    $      20.15        $       20.15
   Sirlin Edward        $16,135.15   $   7,206.14        $   23,341.29
PD Slater Jon                        $   2,818.54        $    2,818.54
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     TAXPAYER            PRIOR                   2005       TOTAL
     Smith Mary                           $     259.43   $   259.43
PD   Snow Charles                         $     304.77   $   304.77
PD   Snow Charles                         $     226.69   $   226.69
PD   Snow Marion                          $   1,331.71   $ 1,331.71
PD   Snyder Mary                          $       7.56   $      7.56
     Spiteri Joseph      $    12.05       $       7.56   $     19.61
     St Germain Bruno    $     3.17       $       7.56   $     10.73
PD   Sumner Nelson       $ 642.66         $     661.43   $ 1,304.09
     Swain Virginia                       $   3,279.81   $ 3,279.81
PD   Sykes Kirk                           $   2,896.62   $ 2,896.62
     Teaney Mildred      $   40.15        $      25.19   $     65.34
     Terrell Edward      $    13.89       $      15.11   $     29.00
PD   Theodore James                       $   5,907.02   $ 5,907.02
PD   Thompson Ronald                      $      12.59   $     12.59
     Tougas Richard                       $      10.08   $     10.08
     Trillium Associates                  $     453.38   $   453.38
PP   Uson Frederick                       $     544.06   $   544.06
PP   Valadakis Dino                       $     694.30   $   694.30
     Vaughan Peter                        $   1,158.65   $ 1,158.65
     von Trapp Notburg                    $   3,503.65   $ 3,503.65
PP   Waier Philllip                       $   1,081.18   $ 1,081.18
     Walsh John                           $      15.11   $     15.11
     Ware Karin                           $     943.45   $   943.45
PD   Wecht David                          $   1,745.53   $ 1,745.53
PP   Westcott Joyce      $ 3,872.70                      $ 3,872.70
     Weston Michael                       $   300.00     $   300.00
     Wilson Joan                          $ 2,203.95     $ 2,203.95
     Wilson Joan                          $ 1,677.52     $ 1,677.52
     Wry Kevin                            $ 707.78       $   707.78
     Young David         $ 1,943.36       $ 2,125.11     $ 4,068.47
     Total                                               $322,765.40
     PD=PAID IN FULL
     PP=PARTIAL PAYMENT

     Delinquent Wastewater Accounts
                         12/31/2005

     Douglas Ian                      $ 1,253.76
     Miserendino Lisa                 $   846.66
     Mosley John                      $   339.47
     Total                            $ 2,439.89
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                 TOWN OF WARREN, VERMONT
      STATEMENT OF CASH BASIS ASSETS, LIABILITIES & FUND
                         BALANCES
                         ALL FUNDS
                     DECEMBER 31, 2005

                                               Capital                   Total
                                  General      Reserve      Sewer (Memorandum
                                    Fund         Fund        Fund        Only)

ASSETS
Cash                          $ 2,721,862 $ 1,176,968    $ 19,161 $ 3,917,991
Investments                        22,488           0           0      22,488
Due from Other Funds               52,321           0           0      52,321
  TOTAL ASSETS                $ 2,796,671 $ 1,176,968    $ 19,161 $ 3,992,800

LIABILITIES AND FUND BALANCES
Liabilities:
 Due to Other Funds                  $ 0    $ 29,918     $ 22,403    $ 52,321
 Due to State - Prop. Taxes    1,834,093           0            0   1,834,093
 Total Liabilities             1,834,093      29,918       22,403   1,886,414
Fund Balances:
 Restricted                            0      49,707            0      49,707
 Unrestricted:
  Designated                           0    1,097,343               1,097,343
  Undesignated                   962,578            0     (3,242)     959,336
 Total Fund Balances             962,578    1,147,050     (3,242)   2,106,386

TOTAL LIABILITIES AND
FUND BALANCES        $ 2,796,671 $ 1,176,968             $ 19,161 $ 3,992,79:
                               GENERAL FUND INCOME - 3 YEAR SUMMARY
                                      2003         2004         2005          2005         2006    % Change
                                     Actual       Actual       Actual       Budget       Budget

Property Taxes
Current Year Taxes Collected      $4,695,595   $6,460,585   $7,279,110   $6,607,065   $6,512,524        -1%
                                                                                                              TOWN OF WARREN




State Land Use                       $23,729      $30,657      $30,000      $30,000      $30,000         0%
Federal Forest Payment                $9,719       $9,777      $10,035       $9,000      $10,000       11%
Total Current Taxes               $4,729,043   $6,501,019   $7,319,145   $6,646,065   $6,552,524       -1%
Delinquent Taxes
Delinquent Taxes Collected         $412,631     $415,293     $460,499     $400,000     $400,000         0%
Interest Charged                    $29,134      $25,871      $21,181      $25,000      $25,000         0%
Penalties                           $31,269      $31,344      $36,909      $28,000      $28,000         0%
Total Delinquent Taxes             $473,034     $472,508     $518,589     $453,000     $453,000         0%
Total Property Taxes              $5,202,077   $6,973,527   $7,837,734   $7,099,065   $7,005,524       -1%
State Road & Bridge
State Highway Aid                  $118,972     $114,719     $116,943     $100,000     $140,000        40%
Highway Grants/Other                 $7,274      $88,265     $151,583      $80,000     $122,000        53%
Total Highway Aid                  $126,246     $202,984     $268,526     $180,000     $262,000        46%
Fees, Permits & Licenses
Town Clerk’s Fees/Marriage lic.     $55,803      $39,387      $53,788      $40,000      $54,000        35%
Zoning Fees                         $36,261      $23,056      $58,824      $28,000      $48,000        71%
Photo Copier Income                  $4,084       $4,347       $5,339       $4,000       $5,000        25%
Dog Licenses                         $1,187       $1,225       $1,918       $1,200       $1,200         0%
Public Notice Reimbursements           $575         $625         $250         $500         $250       -50%
Bank Interest                       $15,926      $20,030      $20,616      $16,000      $19,000        19%
Local Highway Fines                  $9,162      $14,838      $22,521       $9,000      $20,000       122%
Recreation Department                $1,189       $1,316       $1,595       $1,000       $1,500        50%
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                                           2003         2004         2005          2005         2006    % Change
                                                                                                                   18


                                          Actual       Actual       Actual       Budget       Budget

Fees, Permits & Licenses (continued)
Building Rentals                            $700          $65         $793           $0           $0          0%
Dog Fines                                   $688         $421         $444         $500         $500          0%
Restoration Fund                          $8,364       $5,883           $0       $5,500           $0       -100%
Tax Maps                                    $300      $12,062           $0           $0           $0          0%
Library Freeman Grant/Reading             $9,452       $3,189       $2,274       $3,393           $0       -100%
Act 60/EEGL Grand List Study              $2,456      $22,365      $22,155      $22,000      $31,027         41%
State Grants for Planning                $15,182      $18,328      $25,016      $27,507       $9,742        -65%
FEMA 2003 GRANT                               $0      $52,038      $11,660      $11,660           $0        100%
VT HSU 2003 GRANT                             $0      $22,100           $0           $0           $0          0%
VT HSU 2004 GRANT                             $0           $0      $22,313      $25,043           $0        100%
Health Permits                            $1,425       $1,950       $1,350       $1,500       $1,300        -13%
4th of July                              $10,770       $8,419      $11,147       $9,000       $9,000          0%
Board Revenues/ cond. Use/sub.            $5,425      $10,440           $0       $6,000           $0       -100%
School Stage Project                          $0     $150,000           $0           $0           $0          0%
Other/Brooksfield Clearing                $3,801      $16,670           $0       $1,000           $0       -100%
Blueberry Lake Management                     $0      $40,000           $0           $0           $0          0%
Total Other                             $182,750     $468,754     $262,003     $212,803     $200,519         -6%
Total General Fund                     $5,511,073   $7,645,265   $8,368,263   $7,491,868   $7,468,043       -0%
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TOWN OF WARREN                                                                                  19

                   TOWN OF WARREN BUDGET
                                                                                             Budget
                                      2003       2004        2005        2005       2006 % Increase
                                     Actual     Actual      Actual     Budget     Budget “2005/2006”

ADMINISTRATIVE
SELECTBOARD:
Salary Expense                    $3,230       $3,230     $3,230      $3,230     $7,500 132.20%
Dues, Subscriptions & Meetings      $250        $100       $312         $250       $300 20.00%
Other                                $50           $0         $0          $0         $0   0.00%
VT. Coalition Dues                    $0         $250       $250        $250       $250   0.00%
Legal                            $25,000       $7,203     $4,194     $15,000    $10,000 -33.33%
Conservation Committee                $0           $0         $0      $1,000         $0       *
-100.00%
Public Notices                    $2,500       $3,371     $1,617      $1,000     $1,000     0.00%
VLTC Dues                         $1,376       $1,473     $1,757      $1,757     $1,821     3.64%
Total Selectboard                $32,406      $15,627    $11,360     $22,487    $20,871    -7.19%
*Conervation Committee has own budget

Town Administrator
Wage                              $32,734     $34,106    $36,901     $36,900    $40,591     10.00%
Benefits                           $9,762      $9,670    $12,916     $12,024     $6,961    -42.11%
Meetings/Milage                       $65        $261       $313        $500       $500      0.00%
TotalTown Administrator           $42,561     $44,037    $50,130     $49,424    $48,052     -2.78%
TOWN CLERK:
Salary                             $30,713    $32,242    $33,048     $33,048    $34,039    2.00%
Benefits                           $11,558    $12,457     $13,416    $13,417    $14,051    4.73%
Dues, Subscriptions & Meetings        $319        $70        $365       $300       $500 66.67%
Maintenance land Records, filming      $40       $591        $829     $1,000     $1,000    0.00%
Election Costs                        $370     $1,113          $0       $500       $500    0.00%
Upgrade Storage & Equipment         $1,641         $0        $509       $500         $0 -100.00%
Total Town Clerk                   $44,641    $46,473     $48,167    $48,765    $50,090    2.72%
  Fees Collected                   $54,653    $39,387     $53,788    $40,000    $42,000    5.00%
 Net Town Clerk                  ($10,012)     $7,086    ($5,621)     $8,765     $8,090 -7.70%

TREASURER:
Salary                            $30,713     $32,242    $31,989     $33,048    $33,048     0.00%
Benefits                           $9,733     $10,930    $12,146     $11,540    $13,881    20.29%
Treasurer’s Mileage                  $300        $380       $475        $350       $350     0.00%
Dues and Subscriptions               $235        $380       $444        $550       $550     0.00%
Bank Fees / Mis. Expenses            $598        $467       $431        $500       $500     0.00%
Accounting/Auditing                $9,026      $7,590    $10,122      $8,000     $8,000     0.00%
Total Town Treasurer              $50,605     $51,989    $55,607     $53,988    $56,329     4.34%
Bank Interest                     $15,926     $20,030    $21,686     $15,926    $20,000    25.58%
Net Treasurer                     $34,679     $31,959    $33,921     $38,062    $36,329    -4.55%
OFFICE ASSISTANT/911Corridinatior:
Wage                        $17,427           $21,828    $22,828     $22,828    $23,969   4.00%
Mileage                          $0                $0         $0          $0       $350 New Item
Benefits                     $2,781           $11,991    $12,112     $11,554    $12,169   5.32%
Total Office Assistant      $20,208           $33,819    $34,940     $34,382    $36,488   6.13%
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                                                                                               Budget
                                        2003       2004        2005        2005       2006 % Increase
                                       Actual     Actual      Actual     Budget     Budget “2005/2006”

AUDITORS;
Wage                                    $914       $525       $430        $600       $600     0.00%
Benefits                                 $70        $40        $33         $65        $65     0.00%
Meetings                                  $0         $0         $0         $50        $50     0.00%
Printing and Publications             $2,890     $3,019     $2,770      $3,350     $3,350     0.00%
Total Auditors                        $3,874     $3,584     $3,233      $4,065     $4,065     0.00%
LISTERS:
Wage                               $35,415      $40,971    $44,490 $50,000        $65,000 30.00%
Benefits                            $7,961      $12,478    $13,410 $14,070        $15,715 11.69%
Office supplies & Equipment           $194         $377     $2,257   $2,000        $2,000   0.00%
Dues, Subscriptions and Meetings    $3,096       $1,959       $276   $2,000        $2,000   0.00%
Reappraisal Follow up / Consultant $6,000       $30,000    $11,790 $30,000         $5,000 -83.33%
Contracted Services                     $0       $1,000     $1,000   $3,000        $3,000   0.00%
Travel                              $1,182       $1,001     $1,183   $3,000        $3,000   0.00%
Total Listers                      $53,848      $87,786    $74,406 $104,070       $95,715 -8.03%
State Revenues/Capital Budget           $0      $22,365    $22,155 $23,000        $31,027 34.90%
 Net listers                       $53,848      $65,421    $52,251 $81,070        $64,688 -20.21%
TOWN MAPPING:                         $7,300    $18,900     $3,305      $7,000     $7,000     0.00%
 Fees Collected                         $300    $12,062         $0          $0         $0     0.00%
Net Mapping                           $7,000     $6,838     $3,305      $7,000     $7,000     0.00%
ZONING/PLANNING/DRB ADMINISTRATOR
Commissions                   $17,072   $9,925                 $942         $0         $0      0.00%
Salary                             $0   $2,676              $36,316    $36,316    $38,132      5.00%
Benefits                       $1,306     $964              $12,037    $12,099    $14,753     21.94%
Maping ZP/DRB Applications         $0       $0                   $0         $0     $1,500   100.00%
Legal Opinions                     $0       $0                   $0         $0       $500   100.00%
Advertsing/Public Notices          $0       $0               $1,400         $0     $1,400   100.00%
Software/Hardware                  $0   $1,000                 $317     $5,000     $3,000    -40.00%
Office Supplies                    $0       $0                 $372       $500       $500      0.00%
Total Zoning Administration   $18,378 $14,565               $51,384    $53,915    $59,785     10.89%
 Zoning Fees Collected        $36,261 $23,056               $58,824    $28,000    $48,000     71.43%
 Net Zoning Administration  ($17,883) ($8,491)             ($7,440)    $25,915    $11,785   -54.52%
PLANNING COMM. & DRB
Zoning/Planning Clerk                $25,861 $22,383 $18,722           $18,722 $19,471    4.00%
Planning Assistant Benefits           $7,595   $5,823  $1,367           $1,148   $1,490 29.79%
Planning Commission                      $85     $100    $905           $1,000   $1,000   0.00%
Mapping for Planning                      $0       $0    $893               $0   $1,000 100.00%
Affordable Housing Study                  $0       $0 $2,588 *              $0   $2,000 100.00%
Village Pedestrian Plan               $5,748   $7,089     $0 *              $0     $0 *   0.00%
Town Plan/Zoning Updates                  $0   $7,018  $8,798          $15,000 $8,800 * -41.33%
Mad River Valley Planning District   $19,100 $19,100 $19,100           $19,100 $19,100    0.00%
Central Vt. Regional Planning         $1,429   $1,429   $1,429          $1,429   $1,597 11.76%
Municipal Space Planning             $12,587   $2,380       $0              $0     $0 *   0.00%
Meetings/Courses                        $129     $130      $40            $500     $500   0.00%
Storm Water                               $0       $0       $0              $0       $0   0.00%
Legal Contingencies                     $268     $563     $489          $2,500   $1,000 -60.00%
Blueberry Lake Management Plan            $0 $40,000      $0 *              $0       $0   0.00%
Total Planning Comm. & DRB           $72,802 $106,015 $54,331          $59,399 $55,958 -5.79%
*Grant Money & Fees Collected        $15,182 $68,768    $9,597         $27,507   $9,742 -64.58%
Net Planning Comm. & DRB             $57,620 $37,247 $44,734           $31,892 $46,216 44.91%
TOWN OF WARREN                                                                                 21
                                                                                            Budget
                                      2003       2004       2005        2005       2006 % Increase
                                     Actual     Actual     Actual     Budget     Budget “2005/2006”

DELINQUENT TAX COLLECTOR:
Commission                       $29,879      $32,572    $35,793    $28,000    $28,000     0.00%
Benefits                          $2,286       $2,492     $2,738     $2,142     $2,142     0.00%
Total Delinquent Tax Collector   $32,165      $35,064    $38,531    $30,142    $30,142     0.00%
 Delinq, Penalties & Coll, Costs $31,269      $31,344    $36,909    $28,000    $28,000     0.00%
 Net Delinquent Tax Collector       $896       $3,720     $1,622     $2,142     $2,142     0.00%
Conservation Committee
Map Printing                            $0         $0         $0         $0       $250   New Item
Dues/Sub./Office                        $0         $0         $0         $0       $250   New Item
Management Plans                        $0         $0         $0         $0     $3,000   New Item
Total                                   $0         $0         $0         $0     $3,500   New Item
TOTAL ADMINISTRATIVE              $378,788 $457,859 $425,394 $467,637 $467,995             0.08%
OFFICE COST
POSTAGE:
Postage by Mail                     $4,650     $5,658     $5,032     $5,000     $5,500    10.00%
Meter Lease                         $1,508     $1,581     $1,410     $1,300     $1,500    15.38%
Total Postage                       $6,158     $7,239     $6,442     $6,300     $7,000    11.11%
COMPUTER:
Software Support                    $3,053     $3,602     $3,353     $3,000     $3,000   0.00%
Software Purchase                   $1,410       $486       $564     $1,000     $1,000   0.00%
Computer Purchase                   $1,079     $3,909     $5,283     $5,000     $3,000 -40.00%
Total Computer                      $5,542     $7,997     $9,200     $9,000     $7,000 -22.22%

PHOTOCOPYING MACHINE:
Supplies                            $1,792     $1,868     $1,560     $2,000     $2,000   0.00%
Maintenance and Lease Contracts     $4,791     $5,378     $5,946     $5,200     $5,300   1.92%
Total Photocopying Machine          $6,583     $7,246     $7,506     $7,200     $7,300   1.39%
 Income                             $4,084     $4,347     $5,339     $4,000     $5,000 25.00%
 Net Photocopying Machine           $2,499     $2,899     $2,167     $3,200     $2,300 -28.12%

Office Supplies                     $7,367     $7,378     $8,442     $7,000     $7,000     0.00%
TELEPHONE AND FAX:                  $9,920     $8,382     $6,769     $7,000     $7,400     5.71%
Total Office Cost                  $35,570    $38,242    $38,359    $36,500    $35,700    -2.19%
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                                                                                         Budget
                                   2003       2004        2005        2005      2006 % Increase
                                  Actual     Actual      Actual     Budget    Budget “2005/2006”

SERVICES
FIRE DEPARTMENT:
Remuneration                    $12,436 $22,998       $13,693     $18,000    $20,000   11.11%
Benefits                           $951   $1,493       $1,097      $1,530     $1,530    0.00%
Supplies                         $4,215   $5,040       $2,930      $4,500     $4,500    0.00%
Repairs and Maintenance         $10,070   $5,084       $6,476      $8,000     $8,000    0.00%
Fuel                             $2,168   $1,349       $1,720      $1,400     $1,400    0.00%
Fire Warden                        $437     $471         $510        $450       $450    0.00%
Contracted Services                $100     $100         $169        $300       $300    0.00%
Uniforms and Safety Equipment   $19,523       $0       $3,338      $3,000     $3,000    0.00%
Fire Hose                        $1,153   $1,042         $209      $1,200     $1,200    0.00%
Minor Equipment                  $1,210   $1,280       $3,338      $3,000     $3,000    0.00%
Radio Dispatch/Telephone         $8,024   $7,561       $7,555      $8,000     $8,000    0.00%
Medical Exams                      $121     $424       $1,947      $2,000     $2,000    0.00%
Standpipes                       $1,159       $0            $0         $0         $0    0.00%
FEMA 2003 GRANT                      $0 $70,269           $0 *         $0         $0    0.00%
VT HSU 2004 GRANT                    $0 $12,891       $9,079 *    $12,152       $0 * -100.00%
VT HSU 2003 GRANT                    $0   $2,448          $0 *         $0         $0    0.00%
Total Fire Department           $61,567 $132,449      $52,061     $63,532    $53,380 -15.98%
*Grant Money                         $0 $74,138       $33,973     $36,703         $0 -100.00%
Net Fire Department             $61,567 $58,311       $18,088     $26,829    $53,380 98.96%
Sewer Operations & Maint.
Town Building Usage Fees          $602       $792      $1,923      $1,985     $1,985    0.00%
Sewage Officer                     $765       $963     $1,459      $1,500     $1,500    0.00%
Benefits                            $86        $74       $112        $115       $115    0.00%
Operation/Maint.                   $569       $150    $45,705          $0         $0    0.00%
Waste Water Studies                  $0         $0    $13,909     $30,076         $0 -100.00%
Total Sewer                      $2,022     $1,979    $63,108     $33,676     $3,600 -89.31%
Health Permit Fees & Grant Money $1,425     $1,950     $1,350      $1,500     $1,300 -13.33%
Net Sewer                          $597        $29    $61,758     $32,176     $2,300 -92.85%
LAW ENFORCEMENT:
Washington County Patrol        $18,937    $26,258    $31,612     $21,000    $31,000 47.62%
Total Law Enforcement           $18,937    $26,258    $31,612     $21,000    $31,000 47.62%
 Local Highway Fines Received    $9,162    $14,838    $22,521      $9,000    $20,000 122.22%
 Net Law Enforcement             $9,775    $11,420     $9,091     $12,000    $11,000 -8.33%
LIBRARY
Library Wages                   $38,581    $37,456    $37,655     $36,702    $41,337 12.63%
Library Benefits                $10,932    $11,516    $11,165     $13,105    $13,200    0.72%
Library Expenditures             $9,290     $8,667    $10,468      $9,935     $9,907   -0.28%
Total Library                   $58,803    $57,639    $59,288     $59,742    $64,444    7.87%
Library Grant Money              $9,452     $3,189     $2,354      $3,393         $0 -100.00%
 Net Library                    $49,351    $54,450    $56,934     $56,349    $64,444 14.37%
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                                                                                                Budget
                                          2003       2004       2005        2005       2006 % Increase
                                         Actual     Actual     Actual     Budget     Budget “2005/2006”

RECREATION:
School Summer Day Camp                  $1,733     $1,261     $3,118     $3,045     $3,045   0.00%
School Play Group                       $1,925     $3,025     $2,492     $2,625     $1,950 -25.71%
School Winter Recreation Program        $4,610     $2,423     $3,214     $3,000     $4,100 36.67%
School Swim Program                         $0         $0         $0         $0     $1,000 New Item
School Summer Learning Program          $6,000     $7,845     $7,100     $5,200     $5,600   7.69%
July 4th Parade                        $11,727    $13,448    $12,783    $10,000     $9,000 -10.00%
Mad River Valley Recreation District   $10,000    $10,000    $10,000    $10,000    $12,500 25.00%
Total Recreation                       $35,995    $38,002    $38,707    $33,870    $37,195   9.82%
 Income & Recreation Grant             $11,959     $9,735    $12,742    $10,000    $10,000   0.00%
 Net Recreation                        $24,036    $28,267    $25,965    $23,870    $27,195 13.93%
TOTAL SERVICES                     $177,324 $256,327 $244,776 $211,820 $189,619 -10.48%
HIGHWAY
Salaries                          $214,514 $207,372 $231,133 $236,250 $238,099     0.78%
Benefits                           $70,702 $74,637 $75,424 $78,500 $79,589         1.39%
Shop Maintenance/Supplies/Other     $7,751   $7,649 $17,706     $8,000 $12,000 50.00%
Gravel and Crushing                $15,000 $12,782 $14,321 $15,000 $15,000         0.00%
Salt                               $30,223 $28,288 $37,643 $36,000 $40,000        11.11%
Chloride                            $3,385   $5,563   $2,068    $8,000   $5,600 -30.00%
Sand                               $50,000 $46,009 $40,193 $60,000 $40,000 -33.33%
Paving                             $50,000 $50,000 $80,009 $80,000 $90,000 12.50%
Culverts and Guardrails             $3,502   $6,686   $4,723    $6,000   $6,000    0.00%
Rentals                               $374     $585     $754      $800     $800    0.00%
Electricity                         $1,454   $2,189   $1,505    $1,600   $1,600    0.00%
Vehicle Repair/Maintenance         $26,559 $40,165 $22,241 $35,000 $42,000 20.00%
Licenses and Registration             $290       $0      $99      $150     $150    0.00%
Fuel-Diesel                        $35,089 $19,988 $37,447 $35,000 $45,000 28.57%
Telephone                             $566     $732     $819      $700     $800 14.29%
Tires                               $2,987   $2,063   $2,642    $6,000   $7,000 16.67%
Oil                                 $1,239   $1,150   $1,176    $1,700   $1,700    0.00%
Fuel Tank Inspections & Repair Fees $100         $0       $0      $150     $150    0.00%
Grader Blades and Chains            $8,146   $5,826   $6,723    $7,200   $7,200    0.00%
Contractual                             $0       $0   $4,000    $4,000   $4,000    0.00%
Gasoline                              $277     $415      $20      $550     $500   -9.09%
Park Maintance                      $3,730   $5,195   $7,682    $6,000 $10,000 66.67%
State Mandated Signs                    $0       $0       $0        $0   $6,000 New Item
Signs and Posts                     $1,911   $1,388   $2,817    $4,000   $4,000    0.00%
Total Highway                     $527,799 $518,682 $591,145* $630,600 $657,188    4.22%
Bridges                                     $0    $95,371 $168,955      $20,000    $20,000     0.00%
Total Highway and Bridges        $527,799 $614,053 $760,100 $650,600 $677,188                  4.09%
*Highway Surplus                        $0      $0       $0       $0 $33,245
Less State & Federal Highway Aid $118,972 $194,931 $259,443 $180,000 $140,000                -22.22%
Reimbursements on fuel, sand & salt $7,274  $8,052 $24,083    $7,500   $5,000                -33.33%
Net Highway                      $401,553 $411,070 $476,574 $463,100 $498,943                  7.74%
Also see Capital Budget
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                                                                                           Budget
                                     2003       2004       2005        2005       2006 % Increase
                                    Actual     Actual     Actual     Budget     Budget “2005/2006”

BUILDING MAINTENANCE:
Supplies                          $2,758      $3,853     $2,477     $3,000     $3,000     0.00%
School Electricity                $4,471      $4,443         $0     $4,500     $5,000    11.11%
Electricity                      $11,002     $13,830    $11,070    $14,500    $14,000    -3.45%
Heating Oil                      $10,182     $11,085    $13,409    $12,500    $15,000    20.00%
Propane Gas                         $544      $2,820     $3,207     $3,500     $3,800     8.57%
Custodial Salaries                $3,455      $3,696     $3,910     $5,000     $4,500   -10.00%
Custodial Benefits                  $240        $222       $231       $383       $344   -10.18%
Repairs and Maintenance          $22,438      $6,792     $7,360     $9,000     $9,000     0.00%
School Maintenance               $21,602     $22,384    $26,690    $27,000    $28,957     7.25%
Dump Fees                         $1,074        $991       $867     $1,000     $1,000     0.00%
Solid Waste Management            $2,942      $2,942     $2,942     $2,942     $3,206     8.97%
Total Building                   $80,708     $73,058    $72,163    $83,325    $87,807     5.38%
 Rental Income                      $700         $65       $793         $0         $0     0.00%
 Net Building Maintenance        $80,008     $72,993    $71,370    $83,325    $87,807     5.38%
OTHER EXPENDITURES
Leased Land                            $2       $2           $2         $2         $2   0.00%
Contingencies                      $4,165   $1,214       $2,465     $5,000     $5,000   0.00%
Brooksfield Clearing                   $0 $17,097            $0         $0         $0   0.00%
Dogs                               $2,154   $1,896       $2,206     $2,000     $2,000   0.00%
Fire Pond Bond                         $0       $0           $0         $0    $20,993 New Item
Warren School Stage/Bond               $0 $120,006      $56,873    $25,000    $29,002 16.01%
Total Other Expenditures           $6,321 $140,215      $61,546    $32,002    $56,997 78.10%
Dogs, Brooksfield, School Stage      $2,116 $167,091    $2,362      $1,700     $1,700      0.00%
Tax Stabilization Charged to General Fund$49,995New Item
Net Other                            $4,205 ($26,876) $59,184      $30,302     $5,302 -82.50%
SPECIAL APPROPRIATIONS:
Central Vt. Economic Deve. Corp.     $780         $0       $780       $780       $780   0.00%
Central Vermont Council on Aging     $300       $300       $400       $400       $500 25.00%
Vt Center for Independent Living       $0       $480         $0         $0         $0   0.00%
Washington County Youth Service      $250         $0       $250       $250       $250   0.00%
Central Vermont Community Action $300           $300       $300       $300       $300   0.00%
Music and Arts                     $2,500     $2,500     $2,500     $2,500     $2,500   0.00%
Mad River Valley Health Center     $3,000     $3,000     $4,000     $4,000     $5,000 25.00%
Central Vt Home & Health           $3,000     $3,000     $3,000     $3,000     $3,000   0.00%
Battered Women Services              $755       $755       $755       $755       $755   0.00%
Retired Senior Volunteer Program     $200       $200       $200       $200       $200   0.00%
Mad River Valley Senior Citizens   $2,500     $2,500     $5,000     $5,000     $6,000 20.00%
People’s Health & Wellness Clinic    $200       $100       $100       $100       $100   0.00%
Northern Vt. Resource Conserv. & Deve.$50         $0        $75        $75        $75   0.00%
MRVTV 44                           $2,000     $2,000     $2,000     $2,000     $2,000   0.00%
Washington County Diversion Program $0          $200       $200       $200       $200   0.00%
Green Up Vermont                       $0       $150       $150       $150       $150   0.00%
Warren Historical                      $0         $0         $0         $0       $300 New Item
Valley Transportation              $6,250         $0         $0         $0       $943 100.00%
Total Special Appropriations      $22,085    $15,485    $19,710    $19,710    $23,053 16.96%
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                                                                                          Budget
                                    2003       2004       2005        2005       2006 % Increase
                                   Actual     Actual     Actual     Budget     Budget “2005/2006”

INSURANCE AND TAXES:
Insurance-Multi Peril           $13,294     $14,985     $9,126 $15,995 $16,289             1.84%
Insurance-Vehicles               $8,202      $8,723     $8,723   $8,723   $8,576          -1.69%
Worker’s Compensation           $22,982     $25,143    $24,162 $25,137 $35,000           39.24%
Town Officers Liability          $1,765        $774       $970   $1,769   $1,982         12.04%
Unemployment Compensation          $677        $743       $645     $750     $750           0.00%
Insurance Cafeteria Plan         $1,427      $9,485    $10,395 $11,892 $11,645            -2.08%
Excess Liability                 $2,557        $316     $1,651   $1,662   $2,021         21.60%
County Tax                      $40,426     $38,124    $42,211 $42,211 $45,000             6.61%
Total Insurance and Taxes       $91,330     $98,293    $97,883 $108,139 $121,263         12.14%

CAPITAL BUDGET:
Highway Department Equipment $65,000 $65,000 $70,000 $70,000 $95,000                      35.71%
Fire Department Equipment          $20,000 $25,000 $45,000 $45,000        $5,000         -88.89%
A.Town Reappraisal                 $20,000 $20,000 $35,000 $35,000            $0        -100.00%
B. Town Mapping                          $0 $29,600       $0        $0        $0         100.00%
Conservation Fund                        $0      $0 $20,000         $0        $0         100.00%
Town Buildings Renovations         $10,000 $10,000 $10,000 $10,000 $10,000                 0.00%
Road Paving                        $60,000 $46,119 $60,000 $60,000 $80,000                33.33%
Fire Protection /Stand Pipe        $20,000 $20,939    $5,000    $5,000 $45,000           800.00%
Library Matching Fund                $5,000  $5,000   $5,000    $5,000    $5,000           0.00%
Town Improvements                        $0      $0 $30,000 $30,000 $25,500              -15.00%
Bridge Repairs                     $10,000 $10,000 $10,000 $10,000 $10,000                 0.00%
Total Capital Budget              $210,000 $231,658 $290,000 $270,000 $275,500             2.04%
Tax Stabiization Charged to General Fund                               $100,000         New Item
Net Capital Budget                $210,000 $231,658 $290,000 $270,000 $175,500           -35.00%
Total Town Gross Expenditures $1,529,925$1,925,190$2,009,931$1,879,733$1,935,122           2.95%
Total Revenue not including taxes $318,735 $695,348 $567,919 $416,229 $395,014             -5.0:%
Tax Stabiization Charged to General Fund                               $179,995         New Item

Net Town Expenditures          $1,211,190 $1,229,842 $1,442,012 $1,463,504 $1,360,113     -7.07%
                                             CAPITAL BUDGET PROJECTED FUND
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Reserve Fund BudgetForecast Future Transfers                                                          Forecast Expenditures
                                                       From General to Reserve Fund                               From Capital
                                  Balance    Budget                                                       2005
                                 1-Jan-106     2006           2007       2008     2009        2010      Actual          2006        2007      2008      2009      2010 12/31/106
Highway Department Equipment       $26,054   $95,000       $95,000     $95,000 $100,000    $100,000   $134,107            $0     $140,000       $0    $95,000 $140,000 $121,054
Fire Department Equipment         $233,692    $5,000       $60,000     $60,000 $60,000      $60,000         $0            $0          $0        $0        $0 $350,000 $238,692
A. Town Reappraisal               $251,243       $0        $30,000     $30,000 $30,000      $30,000         $0            $0     $100,000       $0        $0        $0 $251,243
B. Town Mapping (State Refund)     $61,505       $0             $0         $0         $0        $0     $13,943        $10,000         $0        $0        $0        $0    $51,505
Conservation Fund                 $172,530       $0        $20,000     $20,000 $20,000      $20,000   $139,619            $0          $0        $0        $0        $0 $172,530
Bridge Repairs                     $31,16:   $10,000       $10,000     $10,000 $10,000      $10,000     $2,701            $0          $0        $0        $0        $0    $41,170
Paving                             $92,396   $80,000       $90,000    $100,000 $100,000    $100,000    $24,025            $0     $200,000       $0 $265,000         $0 $172,396
Fire Protection/ Stand Pipes       $49,076   $45,000        $5,000      $5,000   $5,000      $5,000    $11,406        $90,000      $5,000    $5,000    $5,000    $5,000    $4,076
Library Building                   $47,815    $5,000        $5,000      $5,000   $5,000      $5,000         $0            $0          $0        $0        $0        $0    $52,815
Town Building Renovations          $67,640   $25,000       $10,000     $15,000 $15,000      $15,000     $4,572        $45,000     $25,000   $25,000   $15,000   $15,000   $47,640
Town Improvements                   $4,930   $25,500        $7,500      $7,500   $7,500      $7,500         $0         $5,000      $5,000    $5,000    $5,000    $5,000   $25,430
Warren Wastewater System           $33,111       $0             $0         $0         $0        $0          $0        $20,000         $0        $0        $0        $0    $13,111
Dam & Covered Bridge               $55,711       $0             $0         $0         $0        $0          $0            $0          $0        $0        $0        $0    $55,711
Total                            $1,126,875 $290,500       $332,500   $347,500 $352,500    $352,500    $330,372      $170,000    $475,000   $35,000 $385,000 $515,000 $1,247,373




Tax Stabilization Charge to General Fund Balance                $100,000.00           $190,000.00
Net Capital Budget                                                                    $190,500.00
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TOWN OF WARREN                                                          27

   ZONING ADMINISTRATOR’S REPORT - 2005
                                              Estimated
                                                  Value
Total number of permits applied for 104       43,456,500
Total number of permits issued      103       43,430,900
Total number of permits pending      1           25,600
Total number of permits withdrawn 0
Total number of permits denied       0
Total Number of permits referred to
Development Review Board            29
                                 Applied        Pending
                                     for         Issued    Withdrawn
                                                               Denied
Single family residence(new)         18              18
Single family residence renewed
  or amended                         11              11
Accessory Dwellings -new               3              3
Multi Unit Dwellings -Additions/Renovations
Residential Garages, sheds & barns 11                11
Residential Additions                16              16
Residential Condominium Additions 14                 14
Additions - Residential and Decks    11              11
Residential Renovations                8              8
Commercial - Buildings 0r
  Projects(renewal)                    6              6
Commercial - Additions
Commercial - Other, Pools
Signs                                  3              3
Subdivision - Roads and Infrastructure
Ponds/swimming pools                   3              3
Total                               104             104
Monies received by Planing and Zoning
 Development Review Board Fees                    9,830
Zoning Permit Fees                               48,994
Adjustments for year-end
Amount turned over to Town Treasurer             58,824
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               TOWN CLERK’S REPORT 2005
     Small change in 2006, Town Clerk’s fees are now included in the
General Fund Income report. However I will cover some important dates.
     Remember Dog Licenses are due on or before April 1st. Fees are
$7.00 for spayed or neutered dogs and $11.00 for intact dogs. After April
1st a 50% penalty is added. Of that fee $3.00 goes to the State of Vermont
for spay and neutering program and a rabies control program. Dog must
have a current rabies vaccination.

   THE TOWN OF WARREN HAS A DOG ORDINANCE. If you
would like a copy please call our office or visit our web site
www.warrenvt.org.

     This year is an election year. Voting will be held at the Warren
Elementary School and polls are open from 7 am – 7 pm. Primary Election
is September 12, 2006, and you may register to vote until 12 noon on
September 5th. General Election is November 7, 2006 you may register to
vote until 12 noon on October 30, 2006. Copies of the voter list, instruction
to voters and sample ballots will be post in the Municipal Building, Warren
Elementary School and Warren Post Office. If you have a question as to
whether or not you are a registered voter, please check one of these lists or
call 496-2709 ext 21. Absentee ballots will be available 30 days before
elections.

      Reta Goss-Town Clerk




         REPORT OF THE UNITED CHURCH OF
               WARREN TRUST 2005
      Savings Account
      Bank Book Balance December 31, 2005                 $1,403.40
      Certificate of Deposit
      Balance on December 31, 2005                        $3,000.00
      (Town Clerk holds these accounts in trust for the church)
TOWN OF WARREN                                                             29

                WARREN PUBLIC LIBRARY
     2005 was a vibrant year for the Warren Public Library. In her first year
as Director of the Library, Deborah Kahn’s active involvement with both
the Friends of the Warren Library as well as the Trustees brought both
groups together on projects such as an outreach postcard, a children’s library
card and the Farmer’s Market book sale. She has been engaged with the
Vermont Library Association and was elected as President of the Public
Library section. The end of the year was very active with thorough
contemplation, meetings, and design efforts regarding a possible move to
the Warren Town Hall. A survey will be going out prior to town meeting
2006 to gain public input on that possibility.
     Circulation in 2005 began a slow increase in the second half of the
year, due (we think) largely to the marketing plan implemented at that time.
The three pieces of this plan were: Farmers’ Market Book Sales, the
promotional postcard and the increased use of publicity. 2005 circulation:
11,033 (6.56 per capita) vs. Circulation 2004: 10,915. Foot traffic increased
more dramatically: 6,151 in 2005 vs 5450 in 2004 - almost a 13% increase.
Further, usage of the Public Access Computer was up about 8%: 853 “sign
ins” in 2005 vs. 784“sign ins” in 2004.
     The Library is fortunate to have a wonderful staff assisting Deborah:
Children’s Librarian: Wrenn Compere; Program Coordinator: Mary Alice
Bisbee; Library Assistants: Jane Goodwin, Mary Alice Bisbee, Jason Butler.
Wonderful too are the Library volunteers: Michelle de Kaiser Young,
Barbara Ellis, Mary Jane Kelly, Arlene Naginsky, Fran Plewak, Jean Proctor,
Dorothy Tod, Peggy Weir, Brooke Werner, Mary (Mike) Williams.
     Wrenn Compere continues to do an amazing job as the children’s
librarian. Her programs are lively, interesting and very well attended. 46
Story hours were offered in 2005 with an average attendance of 17
preschoolers. A visit from Warren Elementary School first and second
graders started off our summer. 30 children signed up for the summer
reading program “Surf Your Library” with the Swing Peepers, a dynamic
musical trio, kicking off the program at the Town Hall. Over 50 adults and
children attended, 30 signed up for the reading program, approximately 12
came to the weekly programs held between June 21st and July 19th and 11
received certificates of graduation.
     Mary Alice Bisbee organized and promoted some wonderful programs
in 2005.
     The library almost completed expenditure of the Year 3 Vermont Public
Library Grant. Between January and June we spent $2,948 for programs
and the Program Director salary. During the first half of 2005 programs
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were presented by author Bridget Butler of the Audubon Society, Richard
Czaplinski of the Vermont Earth Institute, author Chris Bohjalian, author
Constance Cappel, the Mad River Poets, Judy Prive, Reiki Master and
massage therapist, author Willem Lange (Town Hall), and Nancy Wilson
(on her trip to Ghana). Attendance ranged from 4 to 50. The remaining
funds have been spent on educational DVDs, which have been quite popular.
     Programs in the second half of the year were supported by the Town of
Warren in our regular library budget. As part of the Vermont Festival of the
Arts the library sponsored a showing of Beyond 88 Keys, The Music of
Michael Arnowitt at the Warren School. The library also presented Ann B.
Day and Michael Barker on writing, a program on Old Warren School Days
at the Warren School and a workshop on parenting with Louise Dietzel.
Attendance ranged from 5 to 70.
     Thank-you to all the Friends of the Warren Library, who so generously
donate their time and efforts by volunteering at the library, working at the
Farmers’ Market book sales, helping with programming and by raising about
$3,800 in 2005. Funds were used for book discussion fees, periodical
subscriptions, children’s programs, new toys and games, supplies, software,
and audio book repairs. They have also supplied funds for repackaging
books on tape and CD to ease circulation and use. The Friends are vital to
the success of the library, and we appreciate all those who join every year
as well as Friends’ President and Treasurer Emily Forbes and Mike Williams.
     Two successful, well-attended book discussion series were co-sponsored
by the Friends of the Warren & Waitsfield Libraries and the Vermont Council
on the Humanities. The winter program was “Mothers and Daughters”
(averaging 9 participants) and the summer program was “Pulitzers II”
(averaging 8 participants per session).
     As a part of Meals on Wheels program through the Senior Center, Alex
Maclay started a “bookmobile” service, where recipients of weekly meals
could choose books from the Warren Library and have them brought and
picked up by Alex. Currently the program is regularly serving two Warren
residents, and one in Waitsfield, with over 25 titles distributed since the
inception in fall of 2005. If anyone knows of a Valley resident who might
benefit from the book service, please contact either Alex at 496-5208 or the
Warren Library staff.
     The library met state standards in 2005.
      Collection size: 7,968 books
       300 adult videos (26 on DVD), 64 children’s videos (1 on DVD)
       over 461 adult books on tape & CD, 57 children’s (not counting picture
          books with cassettes)
       over 200 periodicals
TOWN OF WARREN                                                             31
     There were 85 loans to other libraries and 189 borrowed from other
libraries. We are especially appreciative to all who contributed to the cost
of ILL postage.
     Vermont Online Library - The library continues as member of the
Vermont Online Library (VOL) which allows patrons and community
members to search online databases such as Infotrac from their homes or at
the library. A new addition in 2005 is Heritage Quest Online, a database
designed to aid genealogical researchers. This database can be accessed at
the library, or (ask the librarian) at home.
     We had a wonderful “Thank You” luncheon at the home of trustee
Deborah Wetmore in August for the friends, volunteers, staff and trustees.
We honored the many years of service that Jane Goodwin has given to the
Warren Public Library. Trustees Deborah Wetmore and Helen Bridgewater
attended the annual statewide trustees conference, whose focus this year
was “Tough Issues, Hot Topics” sponsored by the Vermont Library Trustees
Association in cooperation with the Department of Libraries. The hottest
topic was the Patriot Act and the final speaker of the day was Bernie Sanders.
Along with smaller generous donations, the library received two large $500
grants from the Exxon Mobil Foundation via David Ellison and a donation
of $1,000 from Mrs. Myrtle F. Geiger who lives in Pennsylvania. These
extra funds are much appreciated. Thanks also to Barbara Ellison and the
Mountain Gardeners who provided outdoor hanging baskets.

    Respectfully submitted,

    Jennifer Moffroid, Chair      ‘08
    Deborah Wetmore, Sec.         ‘07
    David Ellison, Treas.         ’05
    Helen Bridgewater             ‘07
    Carl Lobel                    ’05
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      REPORT OF THE LIBRARY COMMISSION
                                 05 Request            05 Actual         06 Request
Funds received
    Town of Warren Approved/
      Requested Budgets              60,579                56,456             64,044
    Library, Friends and Contributions 1,500              4,425 *            4,375 *
    Freeman grant (partial)           3,393               3,457 *                 58
Total                                65,472                64,338             68,477
Expenditures
    Payroll
      Librarian                       * 26,046          * 26,017           * 27,806
      Staff                           * 15,518          * 11,638           * 13,531
Total Payroll                           41,564            37,655             41,337
Benefits                               13,105             11,165             13,200
Books & Magazines
   Adults                              4,500 *            5,562 *            5,800 *
   Children                              1,800              1,526              1,800
    Toys & Games                             0              147 *                125
   Audio/Video
   Adults                                1,000            2,085 *            1,258 *
   Children                                100                211              200 *
   Telephone                               500               564                 672
   Postage & PO Box                      300 *              168 *                200
   Supplies                              600 *            1,711 *            1,250 *
   Recycling                                 0
   New Equipment                            0*
   Repairs & Maintenance                   100              126 *              350 *
   Conferences & Mileage                   200                131                200
   VLA/VLTA m’ship                          65                 85                 85
   Programs                            1,988 *            1,621 *            1,700 *
   Miscellaneous                          50 *            1,529 *              250 *
   Software                              100 *               52 *                 50
    Training                                 0
   Total                                11,303            15,518             13,940
   Grand Total                          65,972            64,338             68,477
On hand 1-1-05 -0-*Includes funds from the Freeman Grant, Friends and Library Account
VPLF - Year 3 Grant                      6,813              3,887
VPLF Balance as of 12/31/05                 58

Warren Library CD                        6,734
Warren Library Money Market Acct.        4,206

Friends of the Warren Library 12/31/05
Checking Account Balance              1,046
Building Fund CD                      8,050
TOWN OF WARREN                                                             33

              TOWN HISTORIAN’S REPORT
     The Warren Village Damn Preservation Trust held a raffle on a
homemade braided rug. The proceeds were to support the effort to save the
Warren timber crib dam which is an integral part of the village landscape
and a link with the early life of the town. A number of members of the
WVDLPT worked in the millpond replacing the flashboards. They found
the supporting logs in solid condition.
     The Warren Historical Society launched the “Mad River Valley Historical
Book” which contains vintage photos supplied by local historians and
historical societies. John and Ellie Hilferty of Moretown edited this book.
     The Warren Elementary School students studied the living history of
the town of Warren. A gathering headed by Mary Alice Bisbee was held at
the Elementary School to discuss the early Warren schools. Speakers were
Kit Hartshorn, Louise Moulton, Marion Turner and Everett Maynard who
attended the following schools: School #1 at East Warren North Four
Corners, Down the River School and the Village School. Mary Alice Bisbee
told about her high school days at Waitsfield High School.
     The town of Warren purchased 17 acres of land located south and east
of the Sugarbush snowmaking pond for $102,000. This area will allow for
the creation of low-income housing and recreation.
     The Civil Air Patrol with other emergency crews conducted a simulated
search and rescue plane crash operation near Lincoln Gap.
     The Warren Conservation Committee that was formed three years ago
adopted a plan for the town. The committee acts as an advisory board in
plans for conserving the landscape and promoting natural and cultural
resources of the town. It assesses projects, identifies land, prioritizes them
for conservation and recommends how the Conservation Funds are to be
used to conserve land.
     Nicholas Eid, an original junior member of the Warren Fire Department
was accepted into the Berwyn Heights (Maryland) Fire Department. His
training with Warren’s Fire Department, and his experiences with the MRV
Ambulance Service, allowed him to put together an impressive resume that
helped him gain his new position, and will undoubtedly bode well for any
and all of his future endeavors in fire service.
     A new Town Plan showing rapid changes that have recently occurred
in Warren has been accepted. It replaces the plan adopted in 1999, and will
serve as an important tool and road map to guide the town in the future.
     The Warren Recreation Committee was reconstituted to serve as a Park
Recreation Department with the responsibility of rescheduling the use of
the Brooks Field and improvements needed there.
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    The saga of the Faillace sheep raising still goes on with a book written
by Linda Faillace. It tells of the battle over their sheep taken by the USDA
on a snowy March day with very little compensation at present date for
their great loss.
    Sugarbush Resort completed measures to manage runoffs in Upper
Sugarbush Village to improve water quality in Rice and Clay Brooks.
    Work is progressing slowly on the water main to connect the fire pond
on the Town gravel pit lot, formerly Austin farm, with the Village Fire
Protection System.
    Areas that affected the town and the Valley but were not necessarily
located in Warren were as follows:
    -Residents moved into new space at the Evergreen House. It now has
18 new three-room apartments.
      In 1997, there were only 18 single rooms. It is also the location for
the Mad River Senior Center, the Valley Food Shelf and Meals on Wheels.
    -In April, the Mad River Community Health Center broke ground for a
new building, much larger than the old. The new office was opened in
December.
    -The local telephone company, Waitsfield Telecom, received the Human
Resources Award. This award recognizes the efforts of companies finding
creative solutions to challenging human resource problems and concerns.

      Katharine Carleton Hartshorn, Warren Historian
TOWN OF WARREN                                                                35

     WARREN LISTERS - TOWN REPORT 2005
     As most of you know we are about 1/2 way through the townwide
revaluation. Many of you have been visited for property inspections. By
town meeting, weather and equipment permitting, we hope to have the
majority of these completed. We have been fortunate in the responses to
these inspections and greatly appreciate everyone’s cooperation thus far.
Thorough property inspections will give us better data and enable us to
produce fairer and more accurate assessments throughout the town. The
revaluation is a large and ambitious project as we are moving to both a new
type of assessment and a new GIS based tax mapping system. The new
mapping system has been largely provided by a joint grant from ESRI ( )
& IAAO (International Association of Assessing Officers). The grant was
applied for by Priscilla Robinson, Chairman of the lister board and was
awarded last year. We were one of 26 towns in the US to receive this start-
up grant. Our office is currently checking and verifying data in the course
of the revaluation. We will be using these maps to locate data, answer abutter
questions and identify high and low sale areas throughout the town. The
intent is to move to a more automated system with the ability to keep data
current. The zoning office has been provided with an abutter tool, partially
designed by the lister chairman and supplied by Camp Dresser and McKee
as a test of the methodology. Our intent is to have the maps on a public
computer at town meeting for your inspection and comments.
     We are very fortunate to have two local townspeople assisting Priscilla
in the data gathering phase: Rachel McCuin, retired from a long career as
head of the personnel & administrative department for a federal agency
and Ken Blair, past chairman of the Warren Board of Selectmen, former
Planning Commission member and a math major who is now working as a
Washington West bus driver and substitute teacher in addition to his job as
data gatherer. We will be hiring consultants to assist in the valuation of
areas such as the ski area and to review the mass appraisal values.
     We have a market based system in Vermont with an education tax rate
set by the state. The revaluation will cause most values to rise but the
education tax should stay roughly the same, or show a slight increase, since
properties are equalized each year by the state to what they consider the
overall market value of the town. The municipal tax rate should drop as it
is budget driven. As in all revaluations there will be winners and losers- all
areas are reflecting higher values but some areas are affected more than
others in the rising market we are experiencing.
     The lister’s salary budget reflects Rachel and Ken, both part time, working
on the revaluation, Priscilla as a full time person with benefits as are received
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by all full time town personnel, Gary and Miron as part time. Priscilla is
acting as project supervisor during the revaluation in addition to her regular
lister duties, Gary assists Priscilla with budget, valuation, and legal issues
when his time allows (he has a fulltime carpenter business) as well as review,
Miron will sit in review (he works full time as Warren’s Zoning
Administrator). We have also budgeted for another data gatherer for a short
period of time to replace Ken as he will be away for the month of March.
TOWN OF WARREN                                                               37

    WARREN ARTS COMMITTEE REPORT 2005
     The Warren Arts Committee was formed in 1987 when the Town of
Warren voted to allocate funds to support the arts.. Warren is a caring town
and supporting the arts and music is a prime example of how much the
residents care. Each year fine musical and artistic events are offered free
or for a reasonable ticket price thanks to funding that the Committee receives.
We welcome suggestions from our residents for future events.
     In April 2005, The Warren Arts Committee presented the always popular
group, Woods Tea Company in a concert at the new auditorium space at
The Warren School. This concert was a benefit for children in Africa.
     The Vermont Festival of the Arts was held in August in the Valley.
The Warren Arts Committee hosted refreshment time at the Young Musicians
Contest held at The Bundy Center for The Arts. High school students with
Vermont roots displayed their talent and received recognition for their hard
work by receiving cash prizes. WAC also participated in the Warren Village
Street Fair held on August 14 in the village. Live music by Atlantic Crossing,
children’s activities, good food and special exhibits by Main Street
businesses highlighted the event.
     On November 19, Charlotte Kendrick gave a geat concert at The Warren
Town Hall. A singer and song writer, Charlotte paired her velvety vocals
with acoustic guitar, keyboard and bass fusing elements of Americana,
country, and rock.
      On December 2, 2005 a holiday concert was held at The Warren United
Church. and featured the singing group, Counterpoint, conducted by
Roberty DeCormier, and the Vermont Symphony Brass Quintet. The church
was filled to capacity and the musical offering was spectacular. Thanks to
a generous individual donation plus additional funding from the Warren
Arts Committee, the concert was free to the public and a gift of the season
to the community.
     Some wonderful programs are planned for 2006*. Woods Tea Co. will
be back along with Bella Voce, a woman’s singing group performing in
May. Watch the newspaper for information. The Warren Arts Committee
wishes to thank the Select Board for its continued support of the arts and
encourages all Warren residents to attend functions. In-kind contributions
allow the Committee to keep expenses at a minimum. There is no paid
staff and we thank everyone who volunteered to help with the events.
    Funds received:               Expenditures:
    From Town 2500.00             Artist Fees,expenses less ticket revenue
    2005 Budget: $2500            $3661.00
    2006 Budget : $2500

    Virginia Roth, Chairperson
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             WARREN CEMETERY ACCOUNTS
Received from the Town of Warren:
                                         2005         2005        2006
                                        Budget       Actual   Proposed
All totals                               $0.00        $0.00      $0.00
Other Funds Used:
 Burial Income                          $1,800
 Distributions                             915
 Dividend Income                         7,723
 Grave Sites                               985
 Interest Income                         1,608
 Long Term Capital Gains                 5,499
 Short Term Capital Gains                  512
Total income                            19,043
Expenses:
 Bank fees                                 158
 Equipment                                 669
 Flowers                                    87
 Subcontractor                          11,630
 Supplies/Corner Stones                     85
Total Expense                           12,629
Increase in balances                    $6,414
                                     12/31/104 12/31/105
Assets:
Chittenden Savings                      $4,532       $1,544
Banknorth Checking                       2,883        1,098
Banknorth Savings                           35          191
Banknorth CD’s                          14,800       14,800
Passport Money Mkt                       2,207        1,813
Investments(EJ) at cost                206,440      217,865
Totals                                $230,897     $237,311

The investments and income of the Warren Cemetery Commission continue
to make enough money to cover all expenses. We will once again not
request town money.

Submitted by Michele A. Eid, Secretary/Treasurer
TOWN OF WARREN                                                    39

   WARREN DECENTRALIZED WASTEWATER
               SYSTEM
Income                                $50,668.77
Cash on Hand                           $9,698.75
Sewer Rents                                  0.0
Interest/Penalities from Deliquents      $594.20
Sewer Permits                                0.0
Refunds                                      0.0
Total Income                          $60,961.72

                                           2005     2005       2006
                                         Budget    Actual    Budget
Contract Operations
Regular & Scheduled Maint.          $19,200        $19,391   $21,000
Estamated Unscheduled Main. & Repairs $3,400        $1,537    $3,400
Electrical                            $3,600        $1,375    $3,600
Brooks Field Septic Tank Cleaning     $4,300            $0    $4,300
Effluent Sampling                     $1,000          $620    $1,000
Annual System Inspection              $2,000        $1,341    $2,000
Insurance                             $1,000        $1,000    $1,000
Training                                $300            $0      $300
Miscellaneous Repair                  $2,000          $785    $2,000
Telephone                               $600          $600      $600
Vericomm Monitoring System Maint. Fee $500              $0      $500
Administation/Billing/Meter Reading   $5,000        $4,976    $6,000
Benefits                                $383          $324      $383
Annual Operating Fee                  $1,200        $1,130    $1,200
Total                               $44,483        $33,079   $47,283
Maintenance Set-A-Sides
Individual Septic Tank pumping           $2,700     $2,700    $2,700
Capital Replacement                      $7,000     $7,000    $8,000
Total                                    $9,700     $9,700   $10,700
Total Expenses                          $54,183    $42,779   $57,983
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   WARREN VOLUNTEER FIRE DEPARTMENT
            REPORT FOR 2005
    The Warren Volunteer Fire Department responded to 44 calls in 2005,
down 14 from last year, with an estimated loss of about $505,300.00 in
monetary damage. We responded to 8 car accidents, 6 carbon monoxide
calls, 4 downed power line calls, 9 accidental and false alarms, 4 hazmat
calls, 2 dumpster fires, 6 structure fires, 2 brush fires, 1 vehicle fire, and 2
miscellaneous calls.

     A total of 1,465 hours were spent on in-house training, 529 hours on
fire calls, and 12 hours on trainings out of town.

    The fire protection pond and line with two pressurized hydrants is in
service. A pond hydrant has been installed on Plunkton Road.

      Chasing reflections,

      Alan E. Hartshorn, Chief
      Warren Volunteer Fire Department
TOWN OF WARREN                                                            41

      PLANNING COMMISSION REPORT 2005
     The Planning Commission engaged in two major activities in 2005 –
(1) finalizing the new Town Plan (the “Plan”) that was adopted by the
Selectboard on May 24, 2005, and (2) working on major revisions to the
town’s Land Use and Development Regulations, i.e. the zoning regulations.
     The new Plan replaces a Plan adopted in 1999. The State of Vermont
requires each town to update their Plan every five years. The Plan defines
a long-term vision for the Town and a roadmap for achieving that vision.
The Plan addresses historical and cultural resources, natural resources and
fragile areas, population trends and projections, energy, housing,
transportation, community services and facilities, education, local economy,
land use and child care. Copies of the Plan are available at the Town offices
or on Warren’s web site at http://www.warrenvt.org/. Planning
Commission meeting agendas and minutes are also available at this site.
     The process of revising the zoning regulations has been split into two
separate amendments that will be done sequentially. The purpose of the
first amendment is to bring Warren’s zoning regulations into compliance
with recent changes in the Vermont Planning & Development Act (24 V.S.A.
Chapter 117), the mandatory provisions of which went into effect on
September 1, 2005 and are binding on the town. These include new statutory
limitations on the local regulation of certain uses, such as accessory
apartments, mobile home parks and public facilities, and new procedural
requirements for the issuance of permits, development review board hearings
and decisions, and appeals to Environmental Court. They do not include
any changes to existing zoning district dimensional requirements, district
boundaries, or development review criteria under subdivision, conditional
use, planned unit and planned residential development, or flood hazard
review, except as required under state law.
     The Planning Commission held a required public hearing on December
5, 2005 to solicit public comments on the proposed amendment. The
amendment was then transmitted to the Selectboard for consideration. The
Selectboard has scheduled a public hearing on January 31, 2006 for further
consideration of this amendment. Copies of the proposed amendment are
available at the Town offices or on Warren’s web site at http://
www.warrenvt.org/.
     The Planning commission has started considering numerous other
potential changes to the zoning regulations, many of which are proposed in
the new Town Plan. This will result in a second proposed amendment that
will deal with substantive changes in such things as zoning district
dimensional requirements, district boundaries, development review criteria
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under subdivisions, conditional use, planned unit and planned residential
developments, and proposals to foster affordable housing.
     Major focus over the new year for the Planning Commission, in addition
to the zoning update, will be on: (1) developing a plan for improvements
to the Town garage facility and (2) developing a long term plan for all other
Town facilities and Town owned land.
     The Planning Commission meets at 7:30 p.m. on the second and fourth
Monday of the month at the Municipal Building.

      Planning Commission
      John Donaldson, Chair               John Goss
      Laura Crandall, Vice Chair          Mike Ketchel (new member in 2005)
      Donald La Haye                      Lisa Miserendino
      Jim Sanford

DEVELOPMENT REVIEW BOARD REPORT 2005
    For the year of 2005, the Development Review Board held 23 public
meetings and reviewed 29 applications. The board approved 11 Conditional
Use Applications; 12 Subdivision Applications; 1 Planned Residential
Development and 4 amendments to existing permits previously granted by
the Board. The approved subdivisions created 30 new developable lots.
Two subdivisions, totaling 11 lots, were re-authorized. There were no appeals
of the Zoning Administrator’s actions and one of Board’s decisions was
appealed to the Vermont Environmental Court.
    Minutes and agendas of the Development Review Board meetings, the
Land Use and Development Regulations, The Town Plan, Zoning
Applications, and other general information can be found on the town
webpage at: http://www.madrivervalley.com
      The Development Review Board meets at 7:00 p.m. every other
Wednesdays on an ‘as need’ basis at the Municipal Building.

      DRB Members:
      Peter Monte, Chair
      Chris Behn
      Eric Brattstrom
      David Markolf
      Lenord Robinson
      Virginia Roth (alternate)
      Jeff Schoellkopf (alternate)
      Jason Heroux (alternate)
TOWN OF WARREN                                                           43

   CONSERVATION COMMITTEE 2005 REPORT
     The Warren Conservation Committee is a five-member board appointed
by the Selectboard. The committee meets on the first Tuesday of the month
from 7 to 9 PM in the Warren Municipal Building. The public is welcome!
     The Conservation Committee is seeking your feedback in 2006. Please
take a moment at Town Meeting this year to complete our survey regarding
use and management opportunities for several Town-owned parcels. The
Conservation Committee hopes to develop management plans for some of
the larger Town-owned parcels in the upcoming year. The management
plans will document how these parcels will be managed. Thank you in
advance in assisting us to develop management plans that reflect the voters’
desires, visions and goals for the lands we own together as a town.
     In 2005, the Committee:
     • Acted as a resource to the Select Board, the Planning Commission
          and the Development Review Board on a number of conservation-
          related matters;
     • Continued to assist the Warren Planning Commission to revise
          portions of the Town Plan;
     • Initiated the process to obtain Town approval whereby $20,000.00
          was allocated to the Conservation Reserve Fund;
     • Refined the Town’s conservation priorities based on community
          input from the 2004 Planning Commission survey;
     • Developed the Town of Warren Conservation Plan;
     • Participated in the Green Mountain National Forest Plan revision
          process;                                                       and
     • Investigated several land conservation projects.
     With Conservation Reserve Fund monies the Town purchased 11 acres
of land adjacent to the Kingsbury iron truss bridge. The parcel has 1000 +/
- feet of Mad River frontage and riparian zone, an active section of the Mad
River Greenway, an open field, wetlands, and riparian habitat. This parcel
is currently under investigation to support a collaborative effort between
the Town of Warren and Sugarbush Resort for a multi-faceted affordable
housing/conservation/recreation project. The 11-acre parcel will be
combined with an abutting Sugarbush-owned parcel, which Sugarbush will
be donating to the Town, to provide the needed acreage for the project.
     The Committee worked methodically to develop the Town of Warren
Conservation Plan, which the Select Board approved in November. The
plan can help Warren achieve its various goals for protecting open space,
including leveraging resources, directing growth, and focusing efforts on
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the most significant natural and cultural assets by establishing a process to:
    • Identify and Conserve Land
    • Assess Land Project-By-Project
    • Prioritize Among Potential Projects, and
    • Develop Stewardship and Management Plans for Conserved Parcels
    The Conservation Plan can be viewed from the Warren web site at
www.warrenvt.org along with committee meeting agendas and minutes.
    In the coming year, the Conservation Committee will be inventorying
ancient roads, Class 4 roads, and trails. We also plan to compile a more
comprehensive inventory of natural features in Warren and proactively
pursue the conservation of resources the community has indicated are a
priority.
    Please be in touch with us concerning your ideas on conservation-related
projects and matters.

      Respectfully submitted,
      Trafton Crandall
      Tara Hamilton
      Erin Russell-Story
      Glenn Thomas
      Margo Wade, Chair
TOWN OF WARREN                                                              45

 WARREN PLAYGROUP ANNUAL REPORT 2005

     The Warren Playgroup has had another successful year (2005). The
playgroup provided enriching activities and social stimulation for young
children. It also provided a service to parents with young children by offering
them a place to build relationships and exchange ideas about parenting.
The playgroup provides a support network for our community.
      The Playgroup continues to offer focused learning sessions for young
children. We started 2005 singing, dancing and drumming with Peter Alsen,
“The Music Man.” In the early spring children explored water at the
Sugarbush Health and Racquet Club pool. Nathaniel Goodale from North
Star Gymnastics, facilitated several well-attended gymnastics sessions. In
the fall Mollie German led children in an exploration of clay. The year
ended with Susan Booth from A Step Above dance company facilitating
dance movement in the gymnasium.
     The playgroup continues to be well-attended, serving 45-55 families
in Warren and the Mad River Valley. The elementary school has been filled
with happy toddlers exploring the bountiful learning opportunities provided
by these special programs and their facilitators. Participation is encouraged
through ongoing outreach to families through notices in the local
newspapers, fliers, and an email listserv which now includes over 100
families and continues to grow weekly.
     On behalf of the parents and the children who have participated in this
year’s playgroup sessions, we thank you for granting our request for this
past year and respectfully request continued funding for this valuable
program. Financial assistance from the Town of Warren allows us to provide
excellent programs that are offered free of charge so that they can be accessed
by all in our community.
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WARNING & MINUTES FROM TOWN MEETING
                2005
                              Notice to Voters
The legal voters of the Town of Warren are hereby notified that the deadline
for registration to vote for the below warned meeting shall be Monday,
February 21, 2005 at 12:00 noon. Legal voters of The Town of Warren may
request absentee ballots for Australian ballot issues until the closing of the
Towns Clerk’s Office on February 28, 2005. An authorized person may
apply for an absentee ballot on behalf of an absentee voter.
        WARNING FOR TOWN MEETING 2005
The residents of the Town of Warren who are legal voters in the town are
herby notified and warned to meet at the Warren Elementary School in the
Town of Warren on Tuesday, March, 1, 2005 at 10:00 o’clock in the forenoon
to act upon the following matters:
Meeting was called to order at 10:10am. Moderator, Robert Messner
introduced Representative Carol Hosford. Ms. Hosford spoke to the Warren
voters about the activity in the State House. Mr. Messner read the 2005
Town Meeting Warning.
Article 1.   To review and act upon the reports of the Town Officers for
             the year 2004.
Reports of the Town Officers were reviewed. Barry Simpson presented a
review of the Selectboard’s activity in 2005 and thanked outgoing Selectmen
Ken Blair for his years of service. Rudy Elliott questioned the Wastewater
Budget, Town Administrator, Cindi Jones stated that this budget would be
paid by the users of the system. Michael Barker moved the article. Motion
seconded and approved. Article 1 was approved by a voice vote in the
affirmative.
Article 2.   Shall the Town vote a budget to meet the expenses and liabilities
             of the Town, including the capital expenditures and to authorize
             the Select Board to set a tax rate sufficient to provide the same?
After short discussion Michael Barker moved the article. Motion seconded
and approved. Article 2 for a Town Budget of $1,875,741 was approved by
a voice vote in the affirmative. Question on Lister’s Budget
Article 3.   Shall the Town authorize the Select Board to Borrow money
             to pay current expense and debts of the Town in anticipation of
             the collection of taxes for that purpose?
TOWN OF WARREN                                                            47
Michael Barker moved the article. Motion seconded and approve. Article 3
was approved by a voice vote in the affirmative.
Article 4.   Shall the Town vote its current taxes into the hands of the Town
             Treasurer?
Cathleen Miller moved article 4. Motion was seconded and approve. Article
4 was approved by a voice vote in the affirmative.
Article 5.   Shall the Town have its taxes of real and personal property
             paid in installments, and set the dates, and to see whether
             payments shall be with or without discounts, and set the amount
             thereof? (Billed July 10 th, due August 10 th , delinquent
             November 10th at 12 midnight, without discounts.)
Michael Barker questioned if this was the same system as was used in the
past. It was. Discussion into the offering of discounts, need to raise more
money to cover the discount. Michael Barker moved the article. Motion
was seconded and approved. Article 5 was approved as printed by a voice
vote in the affirmative.
Article 6.   Shall the Town vote to spend its Green Mountain National
             Forest money?
Lori Klein moved that the Green Mountain National Forest money be voted
to the Warren Elementary School. Motion seconded. Discussion as to why
the money should go to the school and not else where? Money is already
included in the school budget. Historically any money contributed to the
school would save the taxpayers more money. Motion was called and
seconded. Green Mountain National Forest money was given to the Warren
Elementary School by a voice vote in the affirmative.
Article 7.   Shall the Town of Warren vote to allocate $20,000 to the
             Conservation Reserve Fund?
Margo Wade and Trafton Crandall spoke for the Warren Conservation
Committee. Balance in Capital Budget is currently $289,000 and the
committee is asking for $20,000 in 2005. Deb Kirchwey moved that the
article be amended to $40,000 motion seconded. Amendment defeated by a
voice vote. Article 7 ($20,000) was approved by a voice vote in the
affirmative.
Article 8.   Shall the Town empower the Select Board to accept any land if
             given them or to purchase any land within the Town?
Dean Auslander moved to amend Article 8 by replacing “if given to them”
to read “if given to the Town”. Amendment passed by a voice vote in the
affirmative. Article 8 as amended was approved by a voice vote in the
affirmative.
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Article 9.   The following items will be voted on by Australian ballot
             between the hours of 7:00 a.m. and 7:00 p.m., Tuesday, March
             1, 2005.
               1. Election of all Town Officers required by law.

        MODERATOR                             AUDITOR
279     ROBERT MESSNER                1       WRITE INS Win Smith
1       WRITE INS Mac Rood            1       Mary Butler
1       Jimmy Jones                   1       Heather Strong
1       Randy Taplin                  1       Barry Simpson
32      BLANK                         4       Pam Skowronski
7       SPOILED                       2       Reta Goss
321     TOTAL                         1       Jimmy Jones
                                      1       Sally Ingram
        SELECTMEN - 3YR               1       Michele Eid
116     BURTON BAUCHNER               1       Mansfield Krafts
55      KATHLEEN KRIER                1       Kathleen Krier
106     KIRSTEN REILLY                1       Elaine Fuller
 2      WRITE INS Bob Messner         1       Laina Alyward
1       Michele Eid                   1       Rudy Elliot
1       Christopher Salinder          1       Erin Story
1       Jimmy Jones                   1       Margo Wade
1       Butch                         1       Ken Blair
37      BLANK                         1       Deb Brink
1       SPOILED                       295     BLANK
321     TOTAL                         4       SPOILED
                                      321     TOTAL
        SELECTMEN - 2YR
255     MICHAEL BRODEUR
                                              TOWN CLERK
6       WRITE INS Kirsten Reilly
                                      305     RETA GOSS
1       Christopher Salinder                  WRITE INS
4       Kathleen Krier
                                      1       Elaine Fuller
2       Kinney Connell
                                      14      BLANK
2       Bob Messner                   1       SPOILED
3       Burt Bauchner
                                      321     TOTAL
46      BLANK
2       SPOILED                               TRUSTEE OF PUBLIC
321     TOTAL
                                      296     MARY BUTLER
                                      1       WRITE INS Bob Skowronski
        LISTER                        1       Sally Ingram
262     GARY BOMBARD
                                      22      BLANK
2       WRITE INS Jimmy Jones
                                      1       SPOILED
1       Ginny Roth                    321     TOTAL
1       Fred Wheeler
1       Sally Ingram
50      BLANK
4       SPOILED
321     TOTAL
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      DELINQUENT                       2ND CONST
302   RETA GOSS                  18    Jack Lonsdale
      WRITE INS                  1     Jimmy Jones
1     Sandra Brodeur             1     David Sellers
17    BLANK                      1     Wayne Kathan
1     SPOILED                    1     Ted LaRock
321   TOTAL                      2     Rudy Elliott
                                 1     James Kraft
      1ST CONST                  1     Eugene Bifano
1     WRITE INS John O’Connell   1     Carl Lobel
1     Susan Krushenick           1     Ron Zschaler
1     J. Krushenick              1     Erin Story
3     Dean Auslander             1     Robert Stillwell
1     Judy Phelon                1     Josh Krushenick
2     Wayne Kathan               1     Heather Morehouse
1     Ted LaRock                 288   BLANK
1     Nick Morehouse             1     SPOILED
4     Jack Lonsdale              321   TOTAL
1     Brian Kingsbury
1     Richard Grossman                 TOWN AGENT
1     John Goss                  287   WAYNE KATHAN
2     Jimmy Jones                33    BLANK
1     John Gorham                1     SPOILED
1     Bill Peatman               321   TOTAL
2     Steve Butcher
2     Pam Krafts                       GRAND JUROR
1     Eugene Bifano                    WRITE INS
1     Rick Ingram                4     Pierre Moffroid
1     Carl Lobel                 2     Carl Lobel
1     Walter Hensen              1     Mary Gow
1     Rudy Elliott               1     Heli Heitzker
1     Erin Story                 1     DaveSellers
1     Daniel Story               2     John Gorham
1     Dave Butler                1     Dave Butler
285   Blank                      1     Wendy Brauer
2     SPOILED                    1     Susan Brownson
321   TOTAL                      1     Dennis Lane
                                 1     Miron Malboeuf
                                 1     William Rogers
                                 1     Bob Messner
                                 1     Erin Storey
                                 1     Jimmy Jones
                                 298   BLANK
                                 3     SPOILED
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      LIBRARY - 3 YR                       SCHOOL DIRECTOR - 2YR
268   DAVID ELLISON                262     PAM SKOWRONSKI
1     WRITE INS Jill Markolf               WRITE INS
1     Alex Maclay                  1       Jim Parker
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1     SPOILED                      1       SPOILED
321   TOTAL                        321     TOTAL

      TREASURER                            SCHOOL MODERATOR
297   MARY BUTLER                  283     MAC ROOD
1     WRITE INS Bob Skowronski             WRITE INS
1     Priscilla Robinson           1       Eugene Bifano
1     Sally Ingraham               37      BLANK
20    BLANK                        0       SPOILED
1     SPOILED                      321     TOTAL
321   TOTAL
                                           CEMETARY COM
      SCHOOL TREASURER             275     MARG FORBES
290   MARY BUTLER                  2       WRITE INS John Roth
1     WRITE INS Bob Skowronski     1       Sue Carter
1     Priscilla Robinson           1       Rudy Elliott
1     Sally Ingraham               42      BLANK
25    BLANK                        0       SPOILED
3     SPOILED                      321     TOTAL
321   TOTAL
                                           LIBRARY - 2 YR
      SCHOOL DIRECTOR - 3YR        257     CARL LOBEL
246   DAN REICHER                  1       WRITE INS Sue Shirkler
1     WRITE INS Chris Salinger     1       Ray Montgomery
1     Jim Parker                   3       Helen Gow
2     Carrie Butcher               57      BLANK
1     Miles                        2       SPOILED
1     Kathleen Krier               321     TOTAL
67    BLANK
2     SPOILED
321   TOTAL




              2. Shall general obligation bonds of the Town of Warren
             on an amount not to exceed Three Hundred Thousand
             Dollars ($300,000) be issued for the purpose of financing
             a Fire Protection Improvement Project, viz: construction
             of a fire pond located at the Town of Warren gravel pit off
             Route 100 and connecting underground piping to service
             Warren Village and outlying areas.
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Article 10. Shall the voters of the Town of Warren vote to approve the
            resolution concerning the war in Iraq and the deployment of
            members of the Vermont National Guard in that ware, as
            attached to the petition and incorporated herein by reference,
            and then send a copy of the resolution to Vermont’s state and
            federal officeholders? (A copy of the full resolution can be
            viewed at www.iraqresolution.org or at the Town Clerk’s
            Office.)
Mac Rood read the entire Resolution and after discussion Warren approved
the “Resolution” as printed. Monica Cahilly called for a “division of the
house”, request granted. However the vote was overwhelming and no count
was taken.
Article 11. Shall the Town vote to start next year’s Town Meeting at 10:00
            o’clock in the forenoon at the Warren Elementary School.
Motion made and seconded to approve Article 11 as printed. Article 11
approved by a voice vote in the affirmative.
Article 12. To transact any other business that may come before the meeting.

Carl Lobel proposed to amend the budget. Moderator ruled that only non
binding business could be addressed under this article.
Dorothy Todd asked procedure for changing Australian ballot and electing
officials from the floor. Sue Russell spoke of the Crime Victims Memorial
Garden at the State House, Jeff Schoellkauf thanked people who worked on
the creation of the stage. Rachael Hartshorn thanked the Warren Road
Crew.
Michael Barker moved that the 2005 Warren Town Meeting be adjourned.
So moved by a voice vote in the affirmative.

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       WARNING OF 2005 ANNUAL MEETING
       WARREN TOWN SCHOOL DISTRICT
The inhabitants of the Town School District of Warren who are legal voters
in the Town School district are hereby notified and warned to meet at the
Warren Elementary School in the Town of Warren on Tuesday, March 1,
2005, at 1:00 in the afternoon, to act on the following matters:
Article 1:    The following Town School District Officers will be
elected by Australian Ballot between the hours of 7:00 AM and 7:00
PM on Tuesday, March 1, 2005, at the Warren Elementary School:
              Moderator for the ensuing year
              Town School District Treasurer
              School Director (3 year term)
              School Director (2 year term)
Mac called the meeting to order. He recognized School Board chairman
Pam Skowronski for a brief Powerpoint presentation on the issues facing
the meeting.
Article 2:     To hear and act upon the reports of the Town School
District Officers.
Sasha Woolson moved to accept the reports as printed in the Town Report,
including the report of the School Board and Administration, the School
Report Card, the School Improvement Action Plan, Notes on the School
Budget, a summary of the 2003-2004 audit report by Angolano & Company,
and the Report from the Washington West Supervisory Union Office. She
also called voters attention to the reports from the Warren Education Fund
and the Auditorium Committee.
Motion seconded and approved by a voice vote in the affirmative.
Article 3:    To set salaries, if any, that shall be paid the officers of
the District.
Charlotte Robinson moved to set the salary of each Board Member at
$250 dollars per year.
Motion seconded and approved by a voice vote in the affirmative.
Article 4:    To authorize the use of the FY 2004 unreserved Fund
Balance totaling $33,678 by depositing $6,000 in the Instructional
Technology Reserve Fund, $6,000 in the School Bus Reserve Fund, and
applying the remaining balance of $21,678 towards the FY 2006 budget.
Rob Rosen moved to authorize the use of the FY 2004 unreserved Fund
Balance totaling $33,678 by depositing $6,000 in the Instructional
Technology Reserve Fund, $6,000 in the School Bus Reserve Fund, and
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applying the remaining balance of $21,678 towards the FY 2006 budget.
Motion seconded and approved by a voice vote in the affirmative.
Article 5     To appropriate for the Town School District such a sum
of money as is deemed necessary for the support of schools, in specific
amounts for deficit, if any, for current expenses, capital improvements,
or other lawful purposes for the fiscal year ending June 30, 2006.
Pam Skowronski moved
              • to approve the budget of $1,705,440 for the Warren Town
              School District as printed in the Town Report, for the support
              of the Warren Elementary School, for current expenses,
              capital improvements, deficits, if any, or other lawful
              purposes, for the fiscal year ending June 30, 2006, and to
              appropriate the town funds needed to support that budget, and
              • to appropriate the sum of $8,168 for the payment of
              Vocational School tuition, and $19,840 for contracted
              preschool services, and
              • to authorize the Board of School Directors to accept and
              expend any additional grants or revenues as they become
              available.”
Motion seconded and approved by a voice vote in the affirmative.
Article 6:   To authorize the Board of School Directors to borrow
money by issuance of notes in anticipation of revenue to pay the expenses
of the Town School District for the fiscal year ending June 30, 2006.
Sasha Woolson moved to authorize the Board of School Directors to borrow
money by issuance of notes in anticipation of revenue to pay the expenses
of the Town School District for the fiscal year ending June 30, 2006
Motion seconded and approved by a voice vote in the affirmative.
Article 7:   To transact any other business that may legally come before
the meeting.
Dated and signed this 19th day of January, 2005, by the Warren Board of
School Directors.
Pam Skowronski, Chairman
Sasha Woolson, Clerk
Rob Rosen, Secretary
Robin Cohen
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    WARNING AND MINUTES OF SPECIAL
 MEETING WARREN TOWN SCHOOL DISTRICT
           NOVEMBER 15, 2005
The inhabitants of the Town School District of Warren who are legal voters
in the Town School district are hereby notified and warned to meet at the
Warren Elementary School in the Town of Warren on Tuesday, November
15, 2005, at 7:15 in the evening, to act on the following matter:

Article 1: Shall the Warren Town School District be authorized to borrow a
sum not to exceed $74,000, subject to reduction from expected grants-in-
aid in the amount of $59,000, repayable over a term of up to five years, for
the purpose of making water system improvements to the Warren Elementary
School?

Mac Rood called the meeting to order at 7:15pm.

Rob Rosen moved to authorize the Warren Town School District to borrow
a sum not to exceed $70,000, subject to reduction from expected grants-in-
aid, repayable over a term of up to five years, for the purpose of making
water system improvements to the Warren Elementary School. Motion duly
seconded.

Pam Skowronski explained that the improvements were required by the
state Water Supply Division following an inspection of the school’s water
system, which listed two major deficiencies that require correction. The
school has already taken care of one of them which is why the request has
been reduced from $74,000 to $70,000. The second deficiency concerns
the school’s water tank and related plumbing.

Information available as handouts at the meeting provided a brief
explanation of the project, a map of the project showing the placement of
new water tank, a list of the project costs and the grants available, including
a 30 % state aid grant, and the two loan forgiveness provided by the Water
Supply Division Revolving Loan Fund. The total to be repaid is expected
to be less that $15,000.

After a brief discussion, Randy Taplin called the question. The motion was
carried by a voice vote without dissent.
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  WARNING ANNUAL MEETING OF HARWOOD
    UNION HIGH SCHOOL DISTRICT NO. 19
            FEBRUARY 25, 2006
The legal voters of Union High School District No. 19 (Harwood Union
High School), consisting of the Town School Districts of Duxbury, Fayston,
Moretown, Waitsfield, Warren, and Waterbury, are hereby notified and
warned to meet at the Harwood Union High School auditorium on Saturday,
February 25, 2006, at 10:00 a.m. in the morning to act upon the following
business to wit:

ARTICLE I:      To elect the officers of the District: a Moderator, a Clerk,
                and a Treasurer, each to serve for one year; and an Auditor
                to serve for three years.

ARTICLE II:     To hear and act upon the reports of the District officers.

ARTICLE III: To set salaries and expenses, if any, that shall be paid to
             the officers of the District.

ARTICLE IV: To have presented by the Board of the Union School District
            their estimate of expenses for the ensuing year. This is a
            public informational hearing regarding the budget. (See
            Articles VIII).

ARTICLE V:      To authorize the Board of School Directors to borrow
                money by the issuance of short term notes to pay debts
                and expenses, of the District, for the fiscal year ending
                June 30, 2007, in anticipation of and pending receipt of
                revenues.

ARTICLE VI: To authorize the Board of School Directors to employ a
            public accountant to audit the financial affairs of the School
            District and prepare the Annual Financial Report.

ARTICLE VII: To transact any other business within the scope of the
             Warning for this meeting.

        The meeting will then be recessed to March 7, 2006, (Town Meeting
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places in the member districts on the following business, said ballots being
brought to the Harwood Union High School cafeteria, following the closing
of polls in the member districts, where they will be commingled and counted.

ARTICLE VIII: Shall the voters of Harwood Union High School District
              appropriate $10,628,226 necessary for the support of its
              school for the fiscal year beginning July 1, 2006?
              (Australian ballot)

ARTICLE IX: Shall the voters of the Harwood Union School District
            authorize the establishment of a capital improvement and
            facilities maintenance reserve fund, pursuant to the
            provisions of 24 V.S.A. 2804, for the purposes of capital
            improvement and facilites maintenance projects and to
            appropriate the sum of $75,000 to said reserve fund?
            (Australian ballot)
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TOWN OF WARREN                                                                 109

        MAD RIVER SOLID WASTE ALLIANCE
   P.O. Box 210, Waterbury Center VT 05677 • (802) 244-7373 / fax (802) 244-7570

January 3, 2006

     The Mad River Solid Waste Alliance includes the Towns of Duxbury,
Fayston, Moretown, Waitsfield, Warren and Waterbury. The Alliance was
formed through an Interlocal Agreement that began in 1994.
     During 2005, the Alliance held two Household Hazardous Waste
Collection Day events at the Harwood Union High School in Duxbury on
May 14, 2005 and on October 1, 2005 A total of 327 households participated
in the events this year which represents 6.5% of our population. We collected
over 4,015 gallons, 1,106 feet of fluorescent bulbs and 115 pounds of
mercury waste at the two events. Residents within the Alliance communities
are able to bring all their waste pesticides and up to 10 additional gallons
of hazardous waste to each event for disposal at no charge. If you have
waste mercury containing products such as: thermometers or
thermostats; medical or scientific instruments; switches; lamps;
batteries or other mercury containing waste you can dispose of these
products at the Household Hazardous Waste Collection Day Events.
The Alliance will swap your mercury fever thermometer for a digital
thermometer at no charge at these events. Remember that latex paint is not
a hazardous waste and will not be accepted. You can mix latex paint with
kitty litter to solidify it and dispose of the mixture in your garbage. We are
again planning two collection day events in 2006 at Harwood Union High
School. They are scheduled for May 13 and October 7, 2006.
     Over 1,481 gallons of used crankcase oil was collected within the
Alliance at our Used Oil Collection Tanks during 2005. The tanks are located
in Waitsfield at the Earthwise Transfer Station and at the Moretown Landfill,
Inc.. As an Alliance resident, you can bring up to 5 gallons of used crankcase
oil to either of these sites at a cost of fifteen cents per gallon at the Earthwise
Transfer Station and fifty cents per gallon at the Moretown Landfill, Inc.
for proper disposal. A car and truck oil filter crusher is also available for
Alliance residents at the Moretown Landfill, Inc. at a cost of eventy five
cents per filter.
     The Alliance continues to work with the Association of Vermont
Recyclers to provide educational programs and theater productions
promoting reduction, reuse and recycling. During 2005 the Association of
Vermont Recyclers completed pollution prevention and resource
conservation programs for the Crossett Brook Middle School and Harwood
Union High School.
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     The ninth truckload sale of compost bins was successful with the
distribution of 46 composters and 24 kitchen composters. It is estimated
that each composter can compost 500 pounds of garden and kitchen waste
annually. This means rich soil to add to your garden and less waste to go to
the landfill. We will hold a Tenth Compost Bin Sale this spring. The Alliance
held two car and pickup truck tire and metal collection events at the Moretown
Landfill, Inc. and at the Earthwise Transfer Station during 2005. A total of
2,627 tires and over 39 tons of metal were collected during these events. We
are planning to hold two tire and metal collection events during 2006.
     The Moretown Landfill , Inc. provides Alliance residents with the
opportunity to bring their recyclables to the facility at no charge. This
is done as part of the arrangement between the Alliance and the
Moretown Landfill, Inc. for being the “host district” for the facility.
Single stream recycling is a reality in the Alliance. You can bring your
mixed paper, glass bottles and jars, metal cans and #1 and #2 plastic bottles
in the same container for recycling. The recyclables are taken to the
Chittenden County Materials Recovery Facility and the Haycore Materials
Recovery Facility in Quebec for processing. Cell 3 at the Moretown Landfill,
Inc. has been permitted and will be used upon the closure of Cell 2 later
this spring. The Casella Earthwise Transfer Station and Moretown Landfill,
Inc. also participated in the free disposal of roadside litter during the Green
Up Day celebrations. The Alliance continues an electronic waste collection
and recycling program and this year approximately 2.2 tons of computer
systems, printers, televisions and VCRS were collected. This is an on going
program at the Moretown Landfill, Inc.. The cost to recycle the computers,
printers and VCRs is $12.00 per system and TVs are $15.00 each. The
Alliance is a member of the Northeast Resource Recovery Association which
helps us market some recyclable commodities such as tires, textiles, propane
cylinders and other materials. Backyard burning of trash is illegal and causes
air pollution problems. Be a good neighbor and don’t burn trash. If you
know of any illegal dumping sites within your town that would benefit
from an Adopt a Site Program give John Malter, Alliance Administrator a
call at 244-7373 and let’s see what we can do to help eliminate these types
of problems together.
     The Alliance Solid Waste Implementation Plan is being revised for
conformance with the revised State Solid Waste Plan. There will be two
public hearings on the plan following the State’s review and approval. The
plan will be available for review at the Town Clerk’s Office prior to the
public hearings.
     The FY 06 assessment for the administrative and program costs remain
the same at $1.75 per capita. The Central Vermont Regional Planning
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Commission provides accounting support to the Alliance. We thank them
for this assistance.
     The representatives of the Alliance include: Duxbury; Diane Lynch;
Fayston, Bob Vasseur; Moretown, Jonathan Siegel; Waitsfield, Sal Spinosa;
Warren, Ken Blair; Waterbury, Ed Steele and John Malter from Waterbury
is the Administrator for the Alliance.



MAD RIVER SOLID WASTE ALLIANCE BUDGET
                REPORT
                             Budget       Actual      2005       Budget
INCOME                        2005         2005    Acct Rec       2006
Town Assessments Per Capita($1.75)
Based on 2003 Population Estimate
Duxbury (1341)                2,256       2,256                    2,347
Fayston (1183)                1,997       1,997                    2,070
Moretown (1695)               2,893       2,893                    2,966
Waitsfield (1686)             2,903       2,903                    2,951
Warren (1697)                 2,942       2,942                    2,970
Waterbury (5138)              8,601       8,601                    8,992
Subtotal Assessments:        21,592      21,592                   22,296
WSI - Education              19,637                               19,812
Household Hazardous Waste:
WSI - HHW                10,882                                   13,680
Ag. Pest. Grant           3,000                                    3,000
Small Quantity Generators 1,000                                    1,000
DEC HHW Grant             3,500                                    5,250
Subtotal HHW Income:     18,382                                   22,930
Miscellaneous Income:
Compost Bins                  2,340                                2,424
Tires                         4,000                                5,000
Electronic Waste              3,019                                1,950
Solid Waste Impl. Grant
Web Site Dev. Grants          1,500
Subtotal Misc. Income         9,359                               10,874
Total Income:                68,970                               75,912
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                          Budget    Actual      2005    Budget
EXPENSES:                  2005      2005    Acct Rec    2006
Administration:
Administration:470 Hours 15,040                          15,040
Travel/Office                                             1,140
Insurance                   900     1,088                 1,200
Solid Waste Man. Assoc.     175       175                   200
Subtotal Administration: 16,115                          17,580
Education:
Administration:326 Hours 10,432                          10,432
Travel/Office               1,932                         2,100
Newsletter/Printing/Mailing 2,000                         2,000
School Programs             3,500                         3,500
GreenUp/Homeshow/
   Special Events             993                         1,000
N.R.R.A. Membership           180     180                   180
Conference                    600                           600
Subtotal Education:        19,637                        19,812
Household Hazardous Waste:
Administration:249 Hours 7,968                            7,968
Travel/Office             2,409                           3,692
HHW Contractor           15,700                          15,700
Subtotal HHW:            26,077                          27,360
Misc. Expenses:
Equipment Maintenance                                       100
Tire Collection            2,900    3,396                 5,000
Metal Collection
Electronic Waste           1,980                          2,160
Compost Bins               2,261                          2,400
Web Site                   1,500
Subtotal Miscellaneous:    7,141                         11,160
TOTAL EXPENSES:           68,970                         75,912
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MAD RIVER VALLEY PLANNING DISTRICT 2005
            ANNUAL REPORT
This is the twenty-first year that the Mad River Valley Planning District has
served the Valley Towns of Fayston, Waitsfield and Warren. In 2005 the
Mad River Valley has distinguished itself by having one of the lowest rates
of unemployment in the State, a ski resort in the process of implementing
major improvements to its facilities, and still no traffic light. Surveys and
community forums repeatedly indicate the desire for maintaining the quality
of life in the Valley through protection of natural resources, maintaining
historic villages, preserving open space and the prevention of sprawl. The
work of the Planning District reflects community priorities
Following is a summary Mad River Valley Planning District projects and
initiatives in 2005.
Select board Forums
The Planning District organized two events for Valley Selectboards in 2005
to promote communication regarding important issues facing the Valley.
The Selectboard Summit was held in April and focused on shared issues
and problems, opportunities for increased cooperation and the future role
of the Planning District. A Budget Planning session was held in October,
with representatives of all three Selectboards. The purpose was to deal more
efficiently with groups that annually request funding from the Towns to
support their organizations. It allowed for greater communication on
financial issues among board members; and saved time for all involved.
Appreciation was expressed for the high standard of professionalism
demonstrated by the voluntary groups that serve the Mad River Valley.
These initial joint meetings were useful and informative and it’s likely that
a tri-town meeting will become a regular event.
New initiatives in 2005
Route 100 Byway
The Planning District was awarded $40,000 through Central Vermont
Regional Planning to assess the Route 100 corridor through Waitsfield and
Warren as a potential Vermont Byway. A Byway is a public road that has
special scenic, historic or cultural qualities. Scenic byway designation gives
communities an opportunity to identify and protect their unique qualities
through tourism, resource protection and economic development. Work
has begun on evaluating the qualities of Route 100. A public process will
commence in early 2006. The project is due to be completed in the summer
of 2007.
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Wild life Habitat Assessment
The Planning District submitted a successful joint application for municipal
planning funds on behalf of Fayston and Waitsfield to carry out an
assessment of wildlife habitat and travel corridors. The State fully funded
the project at $25,000. The money will be used to hire a qualified biologist
to lead the study. The project was initiated in order to gather more accurate
information on habitat and travel corridors. The information will be used
by Planning Commissions to assist them in doing their work. The project
will officially begin early in 2006, several public meetings are planned.
Waitsfield Historic Village—Parking/Pedestrian Feasibility Study
A planning study to address issues in Waitsfield Village was completed in
September by Resource Systems Group. The study was initiated through
the Waitsfield Planning Commission. The project evaluated pedestrian
issues, possible village enhancement, traffic calming, and parking issues.
A number of ideas were considered during the process including new village
streets. Community feedback indicated that Village residents and property
owners strongly opposed the addition of streets but were in favor of
improvements to sidewalks, traffic calming measures and village
enhancements.
Rural Resource Protection
The Warren Dam Feasibility Study was completed in June. It identified
options of repairing or replacing the dam and associated costs. Consideration
was also given to the idea of generating hydroelectric power at the dam and
a cost estimate was provided. Repair work was done on the dam last summer
in the old fashioned way, by members of the community.
In December the Rural Resource Commission was notified that it had been
granted $4,000 to identify and document historic public resources in Warren.
The project will also educate and inform the public regarding the value of
the resources and the story they tell about the early history and settlement
patterns of the town
Mad River Conservation Partnership
The Chase Brook project in Fayston closed in January, permanently
protecting important trails and seventy-two acres used by the community.
The project was well supported with donations from Valley residents. In
December the Quackenbush property in Waitsfield and Fayston was
conserved. Negotiations with the Town of Waitsfield allowed for the
possibility of the land being used for future recreation needs.
The Conservation Partnership saw the departure of its founding members
in 2005. Virginia Farley left the Vermont Land Trust after 20 years at to
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work for the National Park Service. Her role was filled by Liza Walker, the
new Mad River Director for VLT. Brian Shupe who represented Friends of
Mad River stepped down from the partnership to pursue other things and
the FOMR coordinator was appointed to the Partnership.
Data Collection
The collection of information pertaining to demographics, economics and
tourism in the Valley is an important part of the work at the Planning District.
The information is used by a variety of consultants and organizations and
is available to the public.
The focus of the Planning District for 2005 has been on Valley issues;
promoting Valley wide cooperation and discussion, transportation issues,
resource protection and land conservation. The Director participates in the
Waitsfield Wastewater Task Force, VEDA (Valley Economic Development
Association), Rural Resource Commission, Conservation Partnership, and
the Transportation Advisory Committee. The Planning District’s budget is
funded through annual contributions from each Town and Sugarbush Resort.
In 2006 the MRVPD Steering Committee will re-evaluate the Planning
District in order to determine the most effective way for the organization to
serve the needs of a changing community.
MRVPD activities continue to be overseen by a seven-member Steering
Committee consisting of a Selectman and a Planning Commissioner from
each town and a representative of the Chamber of Commerce. The Steering
Committee meetings are open to the public and are held at the General
Wait House on the 3rd Thursday of each month at 7:00 p.m. The Executive
Director can be reached weekdays at 496-7173, or by e-mail at
mrvpd@madriver.com.

Respectfully submitted,

Jared Cadwell, Fayston Select Board
Mac Rood, Warren Selectboard
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 ANNUAL REPORT TO THE TOWNS FROM MAD
   RIVER VALLEY AMBULANCE SERVICE
                (MRVAS)
     MRVAS wishes to thank all Valley residents and visitors who continue
to support this vital service with generous donations as well as memberships
during the Annual Subscription Membership Drive. This patronage, together
with the filing of medical insurance claims and private payments by the
uninsured, allows us to remain an independent, private corporation serving
the entire Mad River Valley with volunteer crews, unsupported by tax dollars.
     In 2005 MRVAS answered a record 413 calls and transported 429
patients.
     In October of 2005, MRVAS expanded its horizons and responded with
mutual aid to victims of hurricane Rita in Texas. Under the auspices of
FEMA, one ambulance was dispatched and three crews served during a 30
day time period.
     A critical component of the commitment for all members of MRVAS,
whether as Emergency Medical Technicians (EMS), Rescue Members or
Dispatchers, is the continual training and upgrading of equipment in order
to better serve our patients.
     In 2004, MRVAS and the Fire Departments of Warren, Waitsfield/
Fayston and Moretown embarked on a program of joint training and
cooperative response. This collaboration proves to be extremely beneficial
at all motor vehicle accidents.
     As of January 2005 the MRVAS roster includes a total of 60 members.
Two members, Joni Zweig and Becky Peatman, celebrated 25-plus years
of service. And we welcome several new members to each MRVAS
department. As a volunteer-based organization, the service is always looking
for more complete coverage with our ever-increasing response need. If you
are willing to train and respond to calls, particularly day shifts, consider
becoming part of the MRVAS team!
     Please visit us on the web: www.mrvaws.org .
     Call us (496-8888) or e-mail us (mrvas@madriver.com) to:
         Find out how you can contribute
         Find out how you can join us
         Take a CPR course or refresher
         How to post your E-911 address so that we can find you

      Sincerely,
      Chad Borofsky, MRVAS President
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    FRIENDS OF THE MAD RIVER ANNUAL
 REPORT TO MAD RIVER WATERSHED TOWNS
     2005 was the Friends of the Mad River’s 15th year! We thank Mad
River Valley residents for a decade and a half of membership support. As
we move into 2006, FMR continues to work to protect, restore, and enhance
the ecological, recreational, and community values of the Mad River and
its watershed.
     A major FMR project moved ahead in 2005 and will be one focus of
our efforts in 2006. FMR was awarded a grant from the Vermont Agency of
Natural Resources to conduct a geomorphic assessment of several reaches
of the Mad River. The study will look at physical characteristics of the
river – its channel, areas that are filling in, erosion patterns, and more.
FMR will host public meetings in 2006 to share this information!
FMR milestones in 2005 included our 15th annual Clean Water Week Poster
Contest. Every spring, local elementary school students draw and submit
posters on watershed–related topics. The contest gives students an
opportunity to think about some specific aspect of the watershed, win great
prizes from local sponsors, and celebrate Vermont Clean Water Week.
Fayston sixth-grader Kaitlin Fitzgerald won the 2005 competition.
     In 2005, Mad River Watch had its 20th successful summer of river
watching and testing. The program has been overseen by FMR for 15 of
those years. Every summer volunteers collect water samples from 36 sites
on the Mad River and its tributaries. Data is collected on the water
temperature and pH at each site and the samples are tested for E. coli bacteria.
The presence of E. coli indicates the presence of human or animal waste in
the water. Mad River Watch results were posted at local swimholes and
published in the Valley Reporter.
     Several FMR efforts continued in 2005. The Mad River Clean-Up again
yielded considerable quantities of trash and junk from our waters. Choice
pieces of the collected refuse were creatively transformed in our popular
River Junk Art Contest, a Vermont Festival of the Arts event.
     FMR worked with the Mad River Valley Conservation Partnership on
conservation easements and land acquisition this year, including property
at Blueberry Lake. We partnered with the Mad River Valley Planning District
on a Vermont Municipal Grant for wildlife habitat mapping. We participated
in local zoning hearings on applications relevant to water issues. FMR had
Act 250 status and submitted testimony to the Environmental Board
regarding the Sugarbush hotel now under construction. Conditions suggested
by FMR were accepted by Sugarbush. We appreciate how Sugarbush has
handled the river-related issues with this project.
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     The Friends thank wildlife biologist Lisa Koitzsch for her year as
watershed coordinator, and welcome her along with Kari Dolan and Jay
Meadows to the FMR board. We also welcome our new coordinator Miranda
Lescaze. Miranda brings terrific scientific skills and outstanding experience
in watershed coordination to this position. Her work experience includes
managing technical programs for the Lake Champlain Basin Program where
she worked on watershed conservation at the regional level. Miranda has
also worked for the Northeast Rural Water Association as Source Water
Protection Specialist, and at the Otter Creek Natural Resource Conservation
District as Watershed Coordinator.
     Please contact us if you would like to get involved with Friends of the
Mad River. We welcome your comments and ideas. The Friends’ office is
in the General Wait House in Waitsfield.
     Website: www.FriendsoftheMad River.org. Telephone 496-9127. Email
friends@madriver.com.
     Friends of the Mad River is a membership organization. Donations
and membership support can be sent to our mailing address: PO Box 255,
Waitsfield, VT 05673.

      Respectfully submitted by:

      Kinny Perot, Warren
      Jack Byrne, Moretown
      Elizabeth Walker, Duxbury
      Mary Gow, Warren
      Ken Felderman, Warren
      John “Sucosh” Norton, Warren
      Brian Shupe, Waitsfield
      Katie Sullivan, Waitsfield
      Kari Dolan, Waitsfield
      Jay Meadows, Waitsfield
      Nancy Spencer, Fayston
      Shayne Jaquith, Fayston
      Lisa Koitzsch, Fayston
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 MAD RIVER VALLEY RECREATION DISTRICT
       ANNUAL REPORT SUBMISSION
     Since its inception in 1993 the Mad River Valley Recreation District
(MRVRD) has evolved into an organization that provides financing and
additional support to assist new and existing recreation programs within the
membership towns of Fayston, Warren and Waitsfield. MRVRD distributes
funds upon review and approval of a submitted proposal and budget.
     MRVRD funded a number of exciting projects this year, which included
the yearly support of the Skatium and Mad River Path Association. MRVRD
provided funding to Mad River Park to help maintain the soccer and lacrosse
fields and to lease the field for public use. MRVRD contributed to the
Fayston School PTO to help put soccer goals on the playground, to the
Couple’s Club for their on-going maintenance on their fields and to Brooks
Field for some much-needed work on the two ball field diamonds.
     MRVRD is setting aside funds to work on some long-term projects, which
could involve land development for recreational purposes on a rather large
scale. With these potential expenditures, projects MRVRD must budget for,
and the rise in fund requests (almost $44,000 for fiscal year 2006, which
include skateboard park initiatives in Waitsfield and Warren as well as some
development of Brooks Field), the MRVRD is requesting funds for the fiscal
year 2006 in the amount of $12,500 from each contributing town; which is
an increase of $2,500 from the amount MRVRD received the past three years.
     The MRVRD Board encourages groups and individuals who are
interested in creating recreational opportunities in the Mad River Valley to
contact any member of the Board to discuss funding guidelines for their
proposals or programs. The board meets monthly to discuss requests and
encourages involvement and input from community members. Our meetings
are always open to the public. Please visit MRVRD’s website to view the
proposal guidelines at www.madriverrec.com. You can also leave us a
phone message at 583-1600 or send mail to PO Box 721 in Waitsfield.
     The volunteer MRVRD board members have been appointed by the
Select Boards of their respective towns and serve 2-3 year terms. MRVRD
would like to thank Mike Riddell for all his hard work and wish him well
as he is stepping down after five wonderful years of service on behalf of
the town of Fayston.
Ken Felderman, Warren – President         Dayna Lisaius, Warren
Doug Bergstein, Warren – Treasurer        Liza Walker, Waitsfield
Kelley Lewis, Fayston – Secretary         Jon Hammond, Waitsfield
Lisa Koitzsch, Fayston                    Mark Haberle, Waitsfield
John Stokes, Fayston
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 MAD RIVER VALLEY RECREATION DISTRICT
               (MRVRD)
      Beginning Balance (Jan. 1, 2005)             $34,349.78
      Income:
      Funding from towns                           $30,000.00
      Interest                                         $97.67
      Total Income                                 $30,097.67
      Expenditures:
      Skatium                                       $7,500.00
      Mad River Park                                $3,500.00
      Mad River Path Assn.                          $7,500.00
      Fayston PTO                                     $800.00
      Waitsfield Couples Club                       $3,000.00
      Brooks Field                                  $2,801.00
      PO Box                                           $26.00
      Phone                                            $78.83
      Sign Design                                     $320.00
      Valley Reporter                                 $105.24
      Web Design                                      $130.00
      Total Expenditures                           $25,761.07
      Ending Balance (Dec. 31, 2005)               $38,686.38
      Projected Grants for 2006                    $31,150.00
      Set aside for future fields                   $6,000.00




         MAD RIVER VALLEY PUBLIC ACCESS
             TELEVISION CHANNEL 44
    Mad River Valley Television is a community-based television channel
dedicated to giving the community access to the airwaves. MRVTV Channel
44 is part of Waitsfield Cable’s basic tier of service. MRVTV broadcasts
locally generated programs with a focus on public, educational and
governmental (PEG) programming.
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    MRVTV was incorporated in March 1998 by a small group of Valley
residents who wanted to bring public access television to the community.
Since incorporation the board of directors has surveyed community
organizations, sought support from municipal boards and has successfully
negotiated a contract with Waitsfield Cable. We are incorporated as a
501(c)(3) not for profit organization.
    MRVTV first went on the air in February 2000 with the Lareau Swim
Hole public hearings. We now air 12 to 16 hours of local programming
daily with a bulletin board of community messages filling the remaining
time. Anyone with appropriate training on the equipment can use the station
and equipment in accordance with MRVTV broadcast standards. MRVTV
holds workshops to teach the public how to film events and how to edit the
tapes. MRVTV also has space available for studio taping and accepts
prepared tapes for broadcast.
    MRVTV-CH 44 broadcasts tapes of local town, district and school board
meetings, events such as the Warren Fourth of July celebration, Harwood
Union concerts, and many other school and community events. MRVTV
hopes community members will learn to tape events and is working with
Harwood Union to train students to cover local events. Additionally,
MRVTV airs locally produced talk shows, political debates, specialty shows
and other programs generated by members of the community.
    MRVTV-CH 44 is funded by Waitsfield Cable as required by state and
federal regulations. Cable subscribers see a 5% PEG surcharge on their
cable bills. Waitsfield Cable also provided start up funds for equipment
and organizational fees. The towns of Fayston, Waitsfield and Warren have
granted MRVTV sponsorships funds and the Board recently launched a
local membership organization, “Friends of 44” to raise revenues to support
increased community programming.
    To learn more about MRVTV-CH 44 please contact Alex Maclay, our
Station Manager, or Adam Tyksinski, our Technical Director, at 583-4488
(44TV) or by email- tv@mrvtv.com, or stop by our offices and studio in
the Red building in Bridge St. Marketplace right down from the Spotted
Cow, address 4429 Main Street. You can also check us out on the web at
www.mrvtv.com, or call our 24-hour hotline 583-4747 for program
information and schedules.
    Members of the board are: Chuck Allen, Dan Eckstein, Michael Hock,
Tony Italiano, Lisa Loomis, Francis Moran, Adele Nicols, and Brian Shupe.
We meet twice a year and welcome public input to the meetings or to any
board member.
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  MAD RIVER VALLEY SENIOR CITIZENS, INC.
AND MEALS ON WHEELS AT EVERGREEN PLACE
     Since May of 2005 Evergreen Place (EP) has been under the ownership
of the Central Vermont Community Land Trust (CVCLT), a not-for-profit
organization. Upon assumption of ownership, CVCLT offered the use of
the senior center space at EP to the Mad River Valley Seniors (MRVSC)
for a fee of $1.00 per year. MRVSC is responsible for the cost of utilities in
the senior center space. This very generous offer from CVCLT allows
MRVSC to continue providing congregate meals every Tuesday and
Thursday as well as preparation of MOW meals five days a week. CVCLT
has built a new addition to the original building and is in the process of
renovating the old apartments. The total number of units for rent to income
eligible seniors will be 18 apartments when all of the construction is
completed. So the original concept of having a senior residential space
combined with a community senior center will continue to exist. MRVSC
gratefully thanks CVCLT for their generosity.
     But this reconfiguration once again presents challenges to MRVSC in
the operation of its senior center. Needless to say the challenge is money.
For the last four years MRVSC had no monetary obligations for the physical
plant nor labor costs (a cook and a senior center coordinator) or the expense
of food. That was all provided to MRVSC from Cathedral Square, the former
management group. Now all of those monetary obligations belong to
MRVSC. We are grateful to each Valley town for the very willing financial
support they give us each year. But we are still left with a shortfall even
though the Central Vermont Council on Aging (CVCOA) reimburses us for
every meal we serve at $3.10 per meal. The suggested donation to any senior
attending is $4.00 per meal as well as for MOW recipients. The average
donation from MOW recipients is $1.88 per meal and is $2.51 at congregate
meals. Obviously there is a shortfall as the cost of meal preparation is about
$6.00 per meal. As a result MRVSC needs to raise considerable sums of
money to continue these vital services to senior members of our community.
A lot of fundraising will be needed to overcome this deficit.
     The Senior Center space also provides activities for community
members to participate in such as yoga, seasonal activities as well as bingo.
Various clinics sponsored by Central Vermont Home Health and Hospice
are also held at the Senior Center.
     MRVSC appreciates that the Valley community continues to recognize
the importance of providing meals to seniors either in the congregate setting
or in their residences when needed. Adequate nutrition is essential for healthy
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aging. Congregate meals improve the participant’s health and sense of well
being as it provides an opportunity to socialize with others while sharing a
nutritious meal. Home delivered meals enables frail seniors to stay in their
homes in their own communities rather than being institutionalized at a
much greater cost to society. These services are invaluable to our Valley.

    Helmut Hietzker, President MRVSC
    Suzy Thompson Markowitt, MOW Coordinator
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  MAD RIVER VALLEY HEALTH CENTER, INC.
     The Mad River Valley Health Center, Inc. (MRVHC, Inc.) is a 501 (c)
(3) non profit corporation governed by a community Board of Directors
composed of individuals representing the towns of Warren, Waitsfield,
Fayston, Moretown and Duxbury. Incorporated in 1980, the mission of the
MRVHC, Inc. is to provide a quality facility to insure the availability of
local health care to residents of the Mad River Valley, neighboring town
and visitors. MRVHC, Inc. owns the building and leases space to a variety
of healthcare providers.
     Over the past 24 years, the health center’s sole tenant, a Family Practice,
served an estimated 70-80% of the population of the Mad River Valley.
Due to the 48% increase in population during that time, the existing facility
became too small to serve the increased healthcare demands of the
community. In December of 2003, the Board of the MRVHC, Inc. started
a capital campaign to raise money to construct a new and expanded health
facility on the existing site. The board met the fundraising goal in 18 months
and began construction of the new building in April, 2005. The new health
center was completed in November, 2005.
     Mad River Family Practice, owned by Dr. Francis Cook, moved into
the new facility in December, 2005 leasing the entire first floor of the new
health center. Additional healthcare providers leasing space on the second
floor include:
     • SugarMountain Massage
     • Health in Motion (a new entity including a movement studio and
          wellness workshops)
     • Maximum Physical Therapy
     • Richard W. Davis, PhD (psychologist)
     • One additional mental health provider TBD, winter of 2006.
     Visit www.mrvhc.com for additional information. Review the Valley’s
new health and wellness directory, learn the history of the Health Center
and further your understanding of the plans for the new Health Center and
its contribution to the Mad River Valley community.
     The Mad River Valley Health Center, Inc. is committed to promoting
and improving health services to meet the needs of the community. We
wish to thank the community towns for their financial support to the
MRVHC, Inc. in the past and look forward to continued support. The Health
Center benefits all area residents.

      Marta Marble, Waitsfield, President          Mary Jane Blouin, Warren
      Sue Frechette, Warren, Vice President        Bert Lindsay, Fayston
      Adam Greshin, Warren, Treasurer              Deonne Myrick, Duxbury
      Jim Caffry, Waitsfield, Secretary            Ellen Strauss, Warren
TOWN OF WARREN                                                              125

  CENTRAL VERMONT REGIONAL PLANNING
             COMMISSION
     The Central Vermont Regional Planning Commission (CVRPC) is a
consortium of 23 towns and cities in Washington County and western Orange
County. CVRPC provides a forum in which municipalities work together
to address regional issues and opportunities. It also offers its member
communities professional assistance with local planning efforts through its
experienced and knowledgeable staff, including amendments to Chapter
117, Vermont’s Planning and Development law. During this year, significant
time was spent by staff working with member municipalities on the
mechanics of implementing amendments made to Chapter 117.
     The Commission also focused on implementing goals contained in the
Regional Plan and the Regional Transportation Plan. The Commission’s
Transportation Advisory Committee continued to evaluate the regional inter-
modal transportation needs and problems and make recommendations to the
State Transportation Agency on projects that should be included in the
Agency=s five year capital program. The Commission was also involved in
the review of regionally significant Act 250 development projects. CVRPC
continues to work on the development of regional and local pre-disaster
mitigation plans, population and housing growth projections, and review and
approval of town plans as required by statute. CVPRC also completed
assessments on three brownfield sites in the Region and is looking for
additional commercial/industrial sites that may be contaminated and would
qualify for a brownfields assessment. In conjunction with the Central Vermont
Economic Development Corporation and the Central Vermont Chamber of
Commerce, CVRPC continued to maintain the data base of the Region’s
commercial and industrial sites. The data base is available for browsing online.
     CVRPC assisted the Town with pre-disaster mitigation planning and
mapping, administration of the Mad River Valley Planning District and the
Mad River Solid Waste Alliance, traffic counts, capital budget, town plan
maps, Act 250 project review, culvert inventory and map, town plan review
and approval, hydrant mapping, conservation lands mapping, and a
watershed conservation map.
     CVRPC continues to work with local officials to provide GIS mapping,
including planning maps for a variety of projects and municipal plans,
bicycle and pedestrian path suitability maps, and maps of the region=s
natural resources. The Commission also provides model bylaws and assists
municipalities in the administration of grants, particularly for the Vermont
Community Development Program. Additional information on the
Commission can be found at www.centralvtplanning.org.
     Thank you for your continued support. We look forward to another
year of serving our member communities and the Central Vermont Region.

    Susan M. Sinclair, Executive Director
    John Donaldson/Don LaHaye, Commissioner
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                               BIRTHS
      January 4      Sofia Grace Kwiatkowski to Kirsti and Edward
                         Kwiatkowski
      February 5     Eva Rebecca Joslin to Cheryl and Erik Joslin
      March 22       Dasan Sky Dowsey to Moriah and Michael Dowsey
      June 14        Joseph Stanley Patterson to Jennifer and Martin
                         Patterson
      June 20        Ava Mairebelle Lawson to Karen and Sean Lawson
      June 25        Tela Rose Haskell to Katherine and Stephen Haskell
      June 29        ZuZu Kate Moore to Julie and Patrice Moore
      July 12        Chloe Ann Joslin to Melissa and Seth Joslin
      October 6      Liam Wallace Carr to Melinda and Michael Carr
      October 10     Alexis Valerie Amay Hamel to Hannah Smith and
                         Joshua Hamel
      November 4     Jaia Moon Fran-Adams to Julia Frank and Steven
                         Adams

                          CIVIL UNIONS
      February 22    Dildine Lybarger to Corrine Younger
      July 2         Jennifer Marion to Elizabeth Travers

                           MARRIAGES
      February 12    Stephen Pientka to Julie Galati
      February 14    Adam Whitney to Marilyn Ruseckas
      February 26    Kevin Tessier to Kimberly Stopper
      March 18       Scott Bose to Debra-Jo Rozek
      March 3        Richard Rosentel to Elizabth Rupp
      May 25         David Showacre to Melodie Noel
      June 18        Scott Slater to Sarah Schulten
      July 11        Errol Drew to Anisat Simmons
      July 23        Jesse Stowell to Jennifer Higgins
      July 30        John Petrasch to Andrea Thompson
      August 11      Ian Douglas to Hildregarde Hard
      August 13      Kevin Babic to Kristin Storm
      September 4    Ronald Kovanic to Marilyn Williams
      September 17   Jonathan Seitz to Ramona Shannis
      September 23   Carlton Bates to Lourie Campbell
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   September 24   Christopher Lee to Andrea Meek-Soffron
   October 1      Aaron Seymour to Jennifer Walker
   October 3      Robert Pinto to Callie Nielson
   November 5     Timothy McDilda to Roxanne Markulic
   November 25    Christopher Phillips to Jane Van Saun
   November 25    Kirk Kreisher to Melissa Riley

                            DEATHS
   Cheryl Cornwell-Huston
   Sandra H. Rivers
   William Donald Weir
   Herbert Epstein
   Robert C. Smallidge
   Elwin R. Kingsbury
   Torger Thorsen
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