Farewell to 2012

The past year was a relatively quiet one, with no more than the usual“emergency fires” to put out, a year in which Northwest Corner residents had the leisure to make incremental advances in areas such as preservation and green energy.

It was also a year when, without major struggles to cope with, there was a bit more quibbling among elected officials than is normally the case around here.

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