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Published by: Bradford Conservation Commission on Nov 27, 2010
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Meeting called to order
at 6:40
Members Present:
 Tom Gray, Barbara Kulzyck, Sandy Price, Nancy Jones
Marcia Dunning, Kevin Williamson – Rivendell Trail Association
Connecting to Rivendell Trail
Rivendell Trail is 36 miles long; Rivendell Trail Association has a paid staff person, who works in the school, and .2 time isdevoted to Trail-Related Work. The trail association has 85 members.Membership fees include $5 – student; $25 – individual; $35 – family. They alsohave donation boxes at their trailheads. Marcia & Kevin discussed thepossibilities for connecting the Rivendell Trail with the Wright’s MT Trails. Kevinsuggested that the most feasible connection might be from the Iron Bridge tothe Route 25 end of “Rube’s Route. Another possible connection might bealong Town Road 28 to Hackett Hill to Chelsea Road. Private landowners whoallow public trail access cannot be sued under VT Law. We decided to revisitthis idea after some time to consider it.
of September 15 approved as written.
Following were presented by Nancy Jones, for payment:
Payable toAmountForPayable fromAction
Meadow Squier$ 108.00Hours workedCommunity Garden GrantApprovedMeadow Squier$ 80.61SuppliesCommunity Garden GrantApprovedAbby Copeland$ 108.00Hours WorkedCommunity Garden GrantApprovedBridge Weekly Sho-case$ 75.00Ad on 9/30BCC BudgetApprovedUpper Valley Trails Alliance$ 40.002 trail markers & hardwareFOWM FundApprovedRuss Priestley$ 40.00Engraving 2 bench slatsFOWM FundApprovedTarbox Tent Rentals$ 820.002 tents, 22 tablesLEAF AccountApprovedRon Krupp$ 100.00Leading workshop & mileageLEAF AccountApprovedRon Langdon$ 50.00Leading workshopLEAF AccountApprovedRoger Hill$ 50.00Leading workshopLEAF AccountApprovedBridge Weekly Sho-case$ 162.75Color Ad on 9/18LEAF AccountApprovedRiver Bend Career & Tech$ 39.00Bus for 2 Solar ToursLEAF AccountApprovedCarl Etnier$ 50.00Leading workshopLEAF AccountApprovedVEIC- Nick Richardson$ 100.00Leading 2 workshopsLEAF AccountApprovedConni Bryan$ 100.00Leading 2 workshopsLEAF AccountApprovedUpper Valley Press$2,260.80Printing 11,400 TabloidsLEAF AccountApprovedNancy Jones$ 493.92Additional Postage for tabloidLEAF AccountApprovedTrendy Times$ 39.00Ad on 9/13LEAF AccountApprovedK & R Portable Toilets$ 120.00Porta-Pottie at Denny ParkLEAF AccountApprovedEllen Ogden$ 50.00Travel AllowanceLEAF AccountApproved
Stewardship Committee
Nancy presented a slide show of the construction of “Cindy’s Trail”.Still need to rake Cindy’s Trail – possibly Sunday. Present trail to Cindy –possibly Tuesday. Tom suggested we reach out to 4
, 5
and 6
grade teachers at BES to see if classes would be willing to groom trails as a group in Spring. Thinks if kids startyoung, they will continue to help when older.
Conservation Fund Committee
 The goal to raise $12,000 has already been exceeded!
ActivityAmount Raised
Carghill Donation$ 500.00Cal. Supper/Auction$ 6,480.00Bulk Mail Appeal$ 2,172.002010 Calendars$ 455.00Yard & Estate Sale$ 3,646.15Race to the Top$ 299.00Concert$ 105.00Whole Hog Booth$ 709.00LEAF Booth$ 521.06water bottles/hats$ 228.00
Total as of 10/6/10$15,115.15
 The 2011 Calendars arrived today and will be distributed to outlets tomorrow.Nancy Posted on Facebook; Barbara will put on listserve; Monique will put in e-newsletter. Two other events in 2010 – Calendar and hopefully, “Buck-a-Pie Week” atColatina
Solid Waste – Tire Drop
October 30
, 8 – noon; $1/car tire; $2.50/truck tire; Barbara will take care of advertising.In the Spring there will be a free tire drop sponsored by CVSWMD.
Bradford Municipal Forest
Barbara attended joint meeting of Selectboard and Water Board. TPL offered$875,000.Straw vote taken – Selectboard 2 for, 2 against; Water Board 1 for, 4 against.Outcome: Water Board will meet on Oct. 12; Selectboard will meet on Oct 14;will decide on whether to sign a Contract with TPL agreeing to sell the land for$875,000 if the voters vote in favor of this at Town Meeting. Roger Krussmanmust have a contract in order torequest an extension to encumber the Federal Funds.BCC members will attend meetings on 10/12 and 10/14 and speak in favor of the sale.
Education Committee
Nancy has received emails asking if we are going to continue our 1
Monday of the Month Movie Series. It was agreed that we don’t have time to prepare forNovember, but we should begin in December and continue into 2011. Sandy &Nancy will line up some possible film titles. Nancy will seek funds to supportthis.So far, Nancy and Jim McCracken have registered for the NEEEA Conference onOctober 23. No teachers of students from Oxbow have expressed interest.

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