“The message is the town hall has to move.”
The two sides in the Pavilion “should we stay or should we go” issue will hold a public meeting on Monday, March 16 at the site.
The town of Whitehall prepared for 2009 at its Jan. 14 organizational meeting. Town councilman James Putorti and town clerk Julie Millett were sworn in as elected officials at the meeting. Both had been appointed to their positions earlier in the year.
Police in Whitehall and Rutland continue to look for a man who robbed two pharmacies at gunpoint last Monday.
Would look to buy former betting site The town of Whitehall may be getting closer to relocating to a permanent setting. Town supervisor Vernon Scribner said that the matter of moving the town offices from the Pavilion potentially to the former Garden Time store and Off-Track Betting site on County Route 4 will be brought up [...]
The town of Whitehall has a new highway superintendent, and will look into the actions of the former.
After a year of investigation and speculation, the case of former Whitehall town clerk Janet Jillson is headed for a grand jury.
Robert Putorti made sure he had his chance to clear the air. Putorti, who was named in the Washington County Sheriff Department’s report on possible misuse of gasoline at the Whitehall town garage, read a letter to the members of the town board on Tuesday stating when he used the fuel and under whose directions.
Theodore J. “Ted” Rozell, 75, of Rock Avenue, passed away peacefully on Tuesday, Dec. 25, 2007 at the Rutland Regional Medical Center in Rutland, Vt., surrounded by his loving family. He was born on Aug. 12, 1932, the son of the late Ira B. and Alice F. (Panoushek) Rozell. In his early years, [...]