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      ARLINGTON, VERMONT FEATURED IN N.Y.TIMES TRAVEL SECTION

      Arlington, VermontOne of my secret pleasures is the Sunday New York Times.  Its a secret because I am a staunch conservative independent and very seldom share their editorial points of view although I devour the op-eds in the Week in Review section, particularly those of Maureen Dowd and Tom Friedman whom I have followed since his wonderful book From Beirut to Jerusalem  and more recently The World Is Flat and its updated version.. I further confess that I would never attend a Sunday Open House without my Sunday Times on hand in case I have a slow afternoon. In fact , I cant live without the Book Review and I used to pick out reviews for my scholarly husband at his request so he didn't have to wade through the popular non-fiction that I so enjoy, finding those rare but fascinating new writings on philosophy and Judaism for his personal reading list. Arlington, Vermont My last confession is that I have little or no interest in the sports section (because they do not cover equestrian sports), the metropolitan section (because I dont live there), the front page (because it is repeated ad nauseam in every piece of technology that I own) nor the style section which I totally gave up when I reverted to a more comfortable horsewoman lifestyle.  The section that I  have least interest in though is the travel section as having seen all of Europe that I care to see and the Middle East on more than one occasion and an actual dislike of the Caribbean and its rich resorts surrounded by abject poverty..I now only want to travel within the United States and get to know my country better..sort of like John Steinbeck and Travels with Charley: In Search of America.  Charley was a poodle and I have a poodle. Get me a camper and I am good to go.  Now to the point. Arlington, Vermont I was all ready to throw the travel section of the Times on the floor yesterday, when all of a sudden lo and behold there was a photograph taken through the covered bridge in West Arlington with a fabulous view of Norman Rockwells home as well as a reprint of Norman Rockwells Freedom From Want painting with my late husband Bill Hosington and his sister Shirley McTernan sitting at the Thanksgiving table!  Not only was it front page but the most interesting story of Norman Rockwell unfolded in a full centerfold article with mention also of his granddaughter, Daisy Rockwell (who bought a home from us just last year) and mention of her exhibition at the Bennington Museum which is still on displayall of that and picturesque views of River Road and the Battenkill River have given us the most dramatic marketing piece imaginable.publicity that we could never afford to purchase and done all by a superb writer, Deborah Solomon.  Just to add further serendipity to all of this, we sold land for a New Yorker named Debbie Solomon just this past yearcould it be her???? Needless to say i e-mailed her today.

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      1. Evelynne on

        I was missing Debra too! I canont believe the items she's able to put together to create an outfit that makes a wonderfully articulate statement about the uniquely stylish, creative soul she is.

        Sweet Arlington Home!

        Arlington home367 Red Mountain Road, Arlington. This lovely Arlington home is just seven years old.  Well cared for Cape on one acre in a country setting with mountain views.  3 bedrooms including a master suite with tiled full bath and large walk in closet; spacious eat in kitchen with plenty of counter space and cabinets, large living room with built in book cases and wood stove, nice sized living room or study with built ins, and first floor utility room. Private rear deck off kitchen, full basement and attached garage complete this wonderful offering bordered by nice woods. A terrific opportunity! For details, photos and virtual tour, click here! $265,000.  Listing Agent: Suzy Yucht.

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        1. Janet on

          P, I think you're wrong. Even if council reeemmcndod specific cuts, the BOE is under no obligation to follow suit. From my perspective, RT's council handled the issue perfectly. They cut deep but made sure BOE decisions don't have to hurt student programs. If kids suffer, it's on the board’s head.The RT council sent a committee with 14 years of detailed budget experience. In addition, Mike Dachisen is a product of RT schools as are kids and soon his grand children. Alex Gellmen Doc is also a lifelong resident who attended RT schools. Doc's contribution to the world as part of doctors without borders just adds to his wisdom and experience. Finally, Steve Antonelli is a successful business man with significant investment in RT and he often wolfs down dinner to make council meetings and before that the board of adjustments. As a group, they listened to both sides carefully reviewed all data and made the right choice … in 5 days .I hope they do as well in Roxbury

          c. 1834 Arlington Home

          3975 Route 7A, Arlington. This very large home could be brought back to life as a single residence or as a bed & breakfast. Woodwork is all natural, high ceilings and large rooms. A walk up full attic for lts of storage or more finished area.Also on the property is a three room separate building once used as rentals has its own septic system and water and also needs remodeling. Newer roof and heating system. For more details, click here! Listing Agent: Joyce Scarey.  $234,100.

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          1. Steph on

            Wilting here, too, Doreen. I do hope your headache goes away and that your stcmoah settles. I am nervously watching the weather forecast for Sunday creep slightly up in temps...I am pinning my hopes on relief that day!May some non-conditioned coolness come your way soon,Lesleyxo

            Arlington Cape with Beautiful Mountain Views...

            1697 Route 7A, Arlington - Just reduced from $159,500 to $149,000! Well cared for Cape with beautiful mountain views. Offering large living room with fireplace, wood floors, dining area, first floor bedroom and bath, family room with wood stove, two upstairs bedrooms with another bath, garage. Owner has drilled new well, replaced heating system with forced hot air furnace and also central air conditioning. Deck on back overlooking pastoral setting. Click here for additional photos and details!  Listing Agent: Kim Warren.

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            1. Ruwan on

              I've always loved that poem - the end is one that stays with you foverer! Beautiful photos - it looks like such an interesting and tranquil place to visit. I also like walking around old graveyards - they can be very peaceful. When I was a little girl I loved looking at all of the angels.

              Traditional Design for Contemporay Living

              116 Birch Grove, Arlington.  Open kitchen/dining area with french doors stepping into a 3 season room with wainscotting and tiled floor. Large living room with Rumford fireplace and wide pine floors. Bright family room, three to four bedrooms and two full baths. Nice loft area. 1-car attached garage as well as a detached 1600 sq.ft. 4 car garage with space above for a studio. Also, an attached one car garage. 3.27 acres. For additional photos, virtual tour and more, click here.... Listing Agent: Kelley McCarthy. $325,000.

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              1. Sergey on

                they never use what they learned in clogele on their job. "I use what I learned in school every day. A lot of your claims seem to be based on anecdotal hear-say, not evidence. I bet Mark Perry uses what he learned in clogele everyday, too ;)" we wouldn't have the stupid hiring we see now, but it is fairly widely accepted that the curricula themselves are largely worthless for the job."Stupid hiring? "Yes, matrix algebra is completely worthless on the job, as that's what your computer is for. If you find yourself solving matrix equations by hand, there is something very wrong at your workplace."So what do you say to the guy who writes codes and has to program for solving matrix equations? I actually had to do it by hand once, or develop the code for doing it, since no off the shelf solution existed. "Actually a lot of Burger King employees did go to clogele. ;)"Actually, not a lot of them did. What's a lot to you? 1 thousandth of a %?"And those odds are changing as people start to realize the worthlessness of clogele, witness the many computer programmers who never got a clogele degree."I have never witnessed a computer programmer that never got a clogele degree. Does Microsoft hire computer programmers that don't have clogele credentials in their field? ;) Gee...I wonder why that is, even through their own founder didn't have one. "Yes, the MIT grad will tend to afford that Mercedes easier, but you are confusing correlation with causation, as explained before. "No one is claiming correlation or causation. I'm claiming sampling bias. Colombia or MIT or others practice sampling bias...the bias that tells the employer that an engineer from MIT is going to be a better engineer than one from Mississippi State. What you are saying is true; that is the purpose of clogele. It weeds out people into categories for employers to chose from, without having to incur the costs themselves. And thats a VERY important role that it plays. Employers are not going to experiment on a constant basis to hire anyone off the street that claims to have the knowledge they seek. But they KNOW...with a certain degree of certainty, that someone who went through 4-5 years in a top university, is very likely to be much more competent than someone who didn't.A 4-5 year "aptitude test" to prove to an employer that you have what it takes, isn't cheap. It shouldn't be cheap. "And if you can learn more valuable material at a fraction of the cost online, then the price of that degree is vastly inflated, regardless of what salary you end up with"Information is free. Schools don't teach information. You can go get information at Wikipedia if you want. Employers aren't looking at what information you have access too.This is what a lot of people here are missing; education is not about information.

                Priced to sell!

                453 Vermont Route 313 West, Arlington. Lovely, well maintained Arlington Village Colonial on 2 acres with 200 feet of Battenkill River frontage. This warm and inviting home features 4 bedrooms, 2 baths, eat in kitchen, dining room, living room with fire place and sunroom, with hard wood floors throughout. Partially finished basement offers many uses. Additional outbuildings include large 2 stall horse barn with paddock to graze, chicken coop, 2 car detached garage with plenty of storage for your kayaks and rec gear. River frontage also provides for nice trails for further recreation. This special property in a wonderful setting with mountain views has so much to offer. Click here for additional information... Listing Agent: Suzy Yucht.  Just reduced from $325,000 to $295,000!

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                1. Patricia on

                  I can't fault Christie playing harbdall. Why should he give up what little leverage he has with the legislature before they've even begun to negotiate? Besides, I'm sure Dems can make a deal with enough moderate Republicans in competitive districts to override a veto. I'm not sure how this will play out but I'm sure the end result will be a government shutdown in July followed by harbdall negotiations followed by some kind of tax increase and restoration of rebates.With legislative elections next year there are simply too many vulnerable Republicans unwilling to jeopardize their political careers just to protect the bank accounts of a few megamillionaires. Besides, there is a big difference between millionaires , whose net worth exceeds one million dollars (not really all that much when one considers the average price of a home in some neighborhoods in Morris County), and someone whose income exceeds one million dollars. The latter is more likely to be closer to billionaire than millionaire .

                  Comfortable Cape in Arlington!

                  1697 Route 7A, Arlington.  Well cared for Cape with beautiful mountain views. Offering large living room with fireplace, wood floors, dining area, first floor bedroom and bath, family room with wood stove, two upstairs bedrooms with another bath, garage. Owner has drilled new well, replaced heating system with forced hot air furnace and also central air conditioning. Deck on back overlooking pastoral setting.  For additional information, click here... Listing Agent: Kim Warren.  $159,500.

                  Charming Cottage on the Battenkill!

                  2986 Route 313, Arlington.  This open studio style rental space has been completely renovated with flooring throughout, new bathroom, new kitchen and applicances. Has two entrances, washer dryer hookups and penned in garden space in the rear. Great location close to New York, Arlington, Manchester and Bennington. Click here for details! Rental Agent: Lindsey Woodie.  $775/month.

                  Seeking peace and quiet?

                  129 High Pines Drive, Arlington.  Cabin on 5.4 acres with private setting yet close to Arlington Village. Three bedrooms and two baths. Very well maintained and turn key condition. Well, septic and electric heat. Kitchen, dining area, living room with stone fireplace two bedrooms and bath, screened porch. Lower level has 3/4 bath, bedroom, utility room and storage.  Click here for photos, virtual tour and more! Listing Agent:  Todd Vosburgh. $159,900.