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Hudson - Litchfield News | September 23, 2011 - 17 Hudson~Litchfield Sports Birthday Girl Nets Pair in Cougar Soccer Win


the Campbell girls hosted Derryfield and once again rode the back of Olivia Planty. The scoring phenom racked up another hat trick, giving her 16 goals on the season as Campbell coasted to a 4-0 victory over the ‘other’ Cougars. Against Derryfield, the “red and white” Cougars


Lady Cougar keep Shannon Lavigne has been solid in between the posts as Campbell has recorded five shutouts on the season


by Marc Ayotte The Lady Cougars soccer team ran their record to a division III leading 8-0 this past week with victories over Derryfield and Hopkinton. Campbell sophomore Sydney Crema celebrated her 15th birthday on September 16, by scoring her team’s only two goals in the highly intense 2-1 road victory at Hopkinton. Two days earlier,


struck at the 31:00 mark when Planty scored the first of her three goals, driving a shot past keeper Cam Huftalen, for a 1-0 lead. The ‘maroon’ Cougars nearly answered back six minutes later when center striker Hannah Menakaya slipped past Campbell’s back Liz Pettis. Goal keep Shannon Lavigne raced out of the box, getting to the ball first, keeping Derryfield off the board. With 16:30 left in the opening half, Pettis was on the front end of a perfectly executed corner kick that saw Casey Mellen’s header beat Huftalen for a 2-0 lead. Two minutes later, Mellen’s bid for her second goal sailed just to the right of the far post. However, with 13:30 left in the half, Liz Pettis struck another brilliant corner kick; this time it was Olivia Planty executing a header with pin point accuracy past a miffed Derryfield goalie for a three goal lead. The killer “P’s” again hooked up with just over five minutes remaining in the half. Pettis chipped the ball in from mid field as Planty snuck in behind the Derryfield defense and corralled a high bouncing ball, beating Huftalen for the third time on the day. Loose play by CHS before the half allowed Derryfield


their best scoring opportunity, but forward Jordyn Pirzilli clanked her shot off the cross bar, keeping the score at 4-0, as the two teams headed to the intermission. Four minutes into the second half, Derryfield


forwards Carla Nyquist and Menakaya almost slid in behind the Campbell defense once again forcing Coach Bob Gagnon to vocalize his observations from the sideline; “Hey ladies we’re flat.” The verbal pick-me-up helped as a minute later, Cougar middie Jessica Belzil drove a shot just over the crossbar as a result of Derryfield’s inability to deal with Campbell’s offensive pressure in the box. But Campbell fell asleep defensively again after a goalie change that saw Heather Barron enter the game with 27:00 left. Barron was called upon to make two tough saves on shots by Nyquist and Chloe Warner in preserving Campbell’s fifth shutout of the season. After the cushy home victory over Division IV Derryfield, the Lady Cougars returned to an intra- division matchup, as they traveled to Hopkinton to play the 4-1 Hawks. Campbell jumped out to a 2-0 lead on back to back goals by Sydney Crema in the first 20 minutes of action. Hopkinton answered back when Cultinan scored for the home team Hawks to cut the Cougar lead in half. Although Campbell was scoreless in the second half, they were able to keep Hopkinton off the board as well, resulting in the 2-1 win. According


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Kenneth Coid Roye Obituary


Kenneth Coid Roye of Framingham, MA, formerly of Windsor, CT, died peacefully on August 26, 2011, at St. Patrick’s Manor in Framingham, MA. He was the beloved husband of the late


LaVerne E. (Hesselbach) Roye, who died in 2008. Kenneth and LaVerne were long-time residents


of Windsor, living there for 41 years. During that time Kenneth was very active in the Windsor International Little League, the Boy Scouts of America, and was a communicant of both St. Gabriel’s Church in Windsor, and St. Joseph’s


Town of Litchfield Zoning Board


You are hereby notified that the Litchfield Zoning Board of Adjustments will meet in regular session on Wednesday, October 12, 2012 at 7:00 p.m. at the Town Hall, 2 Liberty Way, Litchfield, New Hampshire, to hear the following requests for variance to the Zoning Code.


Case Number: 2011-01 Name of Applicant: Jack Lupien Owner of Property Concerned: Robert and Theresa Borthwick Location of Property: 589 Charles Bancroft Hwy, Map 23, LOT 34


Appeal requested: The Applicant seeks a variance from Section 502.03 of the Litchfield Zoning Ordinance to permit construction of a single story attached garage.


Reason for Appeal: Applicant was denied a building permit to construct a 16x24 single story attached garage on the property located at 589 Charles Bancroft Hwy, Map 23 Lot 34. The Code Enforcement Officer has made a de- termination that the proposed structure would encroach into the Front Setback requirement therefore the building permit, as submitted, is not permissible without relief from the ordinances described above.


Original applications and other pertinent documents may be reviewed by the public in the office of the Building Department during normal business hours.


Any interested person may appear in person or by agent or counsel and be heard at this meeting. Those unable to appear in person may file a written statement of approval or objection with the Building Department. A copy of this Public Notice letter must accompany the written statement for filing purposes.


Richard Riley Chairperson, Board of Adjustment


Town of Litchfield Notice of Public Hearing


You are hereby notified that the Litchfield Zoning Board of Adjustments will meet in regular session on Wednes- day, October 12, 2012 at 7:00 p.m. at the Town Hall, 2 Liberty Way, Litchfield, New Hampshire, to hear the following requests for variance to the Zoning Code.


Case Number: 2011-02 Name of Applicant: Glenn G. Guamond Owner of Property Concerned: Glenn G. Guamond Location of Property: 44 Burgess Drive, Map 19, LOT 300


Appeal requested: The Applicant seeks a variance from Section 502.03 of the Litchfield Zoning Ordinance to permit construction of an attached garage.


Reason for Appeal: Applicant was denied a building permit to construct an attached garage on the property located at 44 Burgess Drive, Map 19 Lot 300. The Code Enforcement Officer has made a determination that the proposed structure would encroach into the Side Setback requirement therefore the building permit, as submitted, is not permissible without relief from the ordinances described above.


Original applications and other pertinent documents may be reviewed by the public in the office of the Building Department during normal business hours.


Any interested person may appear in person or by agent or counsel and be heard at this meeting. Those unable to appear in person may file a written statement of approval or objection with the Building Department. A copy of this Public Notice letter must accompany the written statement for filing purposes.


Richard Riley Chairperson, Board of Adjustment


Town of Hudson Public Meeting October 5, 2011


The Town of Hudson Planning Board will hold a Regular Workshop Meeting on Wednesday, October 5, 2011 at 7:00 P.M. in the “Community Development Conference Room” at Town Hall. The following items will be on the agenda:


I. CALL TO ORDER BY CHAIRPERSON AT 7:00 P.M.


II. PLEDGE OF ALLEGIANCE III. ROLL CALL IV.


V. SEATING OF ALTERNATES


OLD BUSINESS/PUBLIC HEARINGS C. Stellar Motors Site Plan


SP# 05-11


Map 190/Lot 001 57 Lowell Road


Purpose of plan: Convert existing retail sales building into automotive sales office. Construct a 2,640 S.F. automo- tive service/storage building, and delineate vehicle display areas. Hearing. Deferred Date Specific from the 08-24-11 Planning Board Meeting.


VI. DESIGN REVIEW PHASE VII. OTHER BUSINESS. VIII. ADJOURNMENT.


The public is invited to attend the above-described Workshop.


John M. Cashell Town Planner


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Obituaries


Church in Poquonock. Kenneth was loved greatly by and was extremely proud of his 10 grandchildren, including Thomas Roye, formerly of Litchfield, and his four great-grandchildren. He had a distinguished and lengthy career in the aerospace industry, working for Rohr Aircraft in San Diego, CA, Kaman Aircraft in Bloomfield, CT, and United Technologies in Stratford, CT. In his later years, Kenneth was an active member of the AARP at the state level, and worked tirelessly to support various charities. An avid and accomplished golfer for most of his life, Ken was


always willing to give free lessons to any student. Kenneth was the beloved father of Kenneth


P. Roye of Chico, CA; Sharon A. Ware of Auburndale, MA; Michael T. Roye of Norfolk, MA; Patrick S. Roye of Lyndeborough, and Timothy J. Roye of Fairfield, CA. A Memorial Mass was celebrated on September 18 at the Holy Family Chapel at St. Patrick’s Manor in Framingham, MA. In lieu of flowers, memorial gifts in his memory


may be sent to St. Joseph’s Church in Poquonock, CT.


PUBLIC NOTICES


Town of Hudson Public Notice


The Town of Hudson now accepts Master Card, American Express and Discover in the Town Clerk/Tax Collector’s office for Motor Vehicle fees, Dog Licenses, Property Taxes and Vital Records.


There is a 2.95% service charge (non-refundable) added for any payment processed by credit card and will appear as a separate item on your credit card statement. Unfortunately, due to strict VISA regulations, we are un- able to accept VISA.


We hope to extend this service to other Departments in the future.


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Senior scoring sensation Olivia Planty has lit up opposing goalies 16 times in just eight games this year


to head coach Gannon; “the Cougars struggled to find a rhythm today and are looking forward to the weekend off after playing three games this week.” Gannon also added that “goal keeper Shannon Lavigne played well in net with strong support from Savanah Cavanaugh and Liz Pettis.”


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