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Guildhall, Vt.

Sheriff proposes tougher ATV rules

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GUILDHALL, Vt. — A Vermont sheriff is pushing for tougher all-terrain vehicle ordinances in two towns. Essex County Sheriff Trevor Colby has pitched, to selectmen in Concord and Lunenburg, the idea of speed regulations, prohibiting intentional tire-spinning, and requiring ATVs to be registered for road use. Neither town has an ATV ordinance, but each allows ATVs on public highways. Colby said his office has been getting a lot of complaints about unregistered ATVs speeding and cutting doughnuts. Colby has told the Caledonian Record that he plans to draft proposed ATV ordinances for review by both towns. (AP)

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