June 5, 2013
on theBarre-Montpelier Road
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We are overloaded with
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Richard E. Fournier & Tammy L. Carbo
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Next Chapter Bookstore Expanded With Toys & More!
Next Chapter Bookstore opened February2012 as a general bookstore. We have alwayshighlighted our children's section of the storewith a two-level treehouse that Bill Duprey built.We have storytime every Saturday morning at10:30 and were sensing the need to offer morefor children. We added birthday party gifts andexpandedthat withtoys andpuzzles from
Melissa & Doug
. We have a good selection of wooden toysand blocks, puppets and dolls, sand toys andart supplies, as well as garden tools, bug catch-ers and nets.Stop by today and visit our always expandingselections.
You will wish you were a kid again!
Richards Named New GeneralManager at Washington Electric Co-op
The Board of Directors of WashingtonElectric Cooperative has selected Patricia H.Richards to become WEC’s new GeneralManager, effective July 1. She will take overmanagement of the Co-op from Avram Patt,who is retiring at the end of June after 16 1/2years as manager and 8 years as an electedboard member prior to that.Patty Richards has a long history workingin the utility world in Vermont. For the pastthree years she has been a Senior Consultantwith La Capra Associates, the firm WEC has relied on since 1997for power supply planning, contracting and management, renewableenergy development analysis, rate design and other regulatory mat-ters. She became WEC’s primary contact upon joining the firm. Inaddition to her work for WEC, she has managed a number of sig-nificant regulatory cases in other states during that time.Prior to that, Richards was Director of Power Supply andTransmission for the Vermont Public Power Supply Authority,where she managed power supply for a number of small municipalutilities as well as WEC’s interactions with the New Englandregional power grid.She started her utility career at Burlington Electric Department,where she worked for 17 years in administrative and energy effi-ciency related positions before becoming Director of ResourcePlanning. In that position Richards gained recognition for her regu-latory work at the Public Service Board, at the State House and inenergy education programs at schools and colleges.“The WEC Board is very excited about bringing someone withPatty Richard’s qualifications on as the Co-op’s new GeneralManager,” said WEC Board President Barry Bernstein. “Patty has along history of working with public power in Vermont and withWEC, both as our lead consultant and before that. We feel fortunateto have selected her as the person to take over the reins at WECfrom Avram Patt.”“Our Co-op has had a working relationship with Patty in each of her jobs, and especially most recently at La Capra Associates,” saidAvram Patt. “I’ve known Patty pretty much since I began at WEC,and she’s the right person to lead WEC, as a utility and as a coop
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