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The money, obtained by the Open Space Institute, will be spent on “exhibitry and other interpretive projects to help people understand" the park's geology and history.

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Residents here worked to preserve their history and their natural surroundings this year, while also preparing for future expansion and addressing current needs.

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NEW SCOTLAND — A decision about a solar vendor for municipal energy is expected in the next few weeks, and the proposed town water-well law is still on tap, according to town board members.

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A master plan for New Scotland's Swift Road and Feura Bush parks has some features that could be accomplished with the work of town employees and volunteers; other features would require grant funding.

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The hoppy holidays are here.

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Town leaders disagree over a proposed water-well law, with some contending that it would harm farmers and long-time residents, and others citing an obligation to provide safe water to taxpayers.

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Susan Kidder has been heading New Scotland Senior Services for the past seven years, where she helps elderly residents in need.

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New Scotland has kept its tentative budget, which is set at $7,200,405 for now, under the tax cap for 2015. If the town stays under the cap for two consecutive years, property owners in the municipality will receive a check from the state.

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Lauren Bachner's special-use permit application to put a kennel in a residential/agricultural zone has been delayed again, this time by absent planning board members.

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Composting leaves and yard waste at home, or through town services, is a more environmentally friendly way to clear your yard this fall.

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