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The City of Shelton's goal is to preserve at least 15% of the land as permanently protected, locally controlled open space in the following three forms: City of Shelton Public Open Space properties, Privately owned farmland protected by the purchase of development rights, and properties held by the non-profit Shelton Land Conservation Trust. As of 2009, these forms of open space amount to 13% of the City and more than 2,700 acres (11km 2 ). The City of Shelton owns close to 2,000 acres (8.1km 2 ) of Public Open Space, Protected Farmland is 411 acres (1.66km 2 ), and the Shelton Land Trust organization has preserved 364 acres (1.47km 2 ).

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including a portion of the Paugussett "Blue Blazed" trail, part of a 800-mile (1,300km) network of hiking trails throughout the state. There is opportunity for fishing, boating, geocaching and letterboxing , hiking, walking and biking. Dogs are welcomed when on leash. There is no hunting on city-owned open space, by ordinance.

The City of Shelton's conservation efforts are served by a city agency in form of the Conservation Commission. The current Chairman is Thomas Harbinson. Further information is maintained at the Commission's official City of Shelton webpages:

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include Shelton High School for grades 9 through 12, Shelton Intermediate School for grades 7 and 8. Perry Hill School for grades 5 and 6, and five primary schools for kindergarten through fourth grade, including Elizabeth Shelton Elementary, Mohegan Elementary School, Long Hill Elementary School, Booth Hill Elementary School, and Sunnyside Elementary School. [30]

The City of Shelton is protected by the 267-member all-volunteer Shelton Fire Department (SFD). The SFD consists of four companies operating out of four stations located throughout the city. Each company is headed by an Assistant Chief, who is the company's liaison to the Deputy Chief and Chief's Office. Each fire company is commanded by a Captain and 2 Lieutenants. Fran Jones III is currently the Chief of Department. There is also a board of fire commissioners with a representative from each company. Fire Headquarters is located at Echo Hose Hook Ladder Co. 1 on Coram Ave. [31]

There are two private golf courses in town. Highland Golf Club of Shelton is located in the downtown Shelton area where it was founded in 1900, only six years after the USGA was organized . It is a 9-hole course (with 10 greens to allow alternating #2 and #11 where the tee shot goes over Perry Hill Road) in which an unknown original designer created difficult greens. The clubhouse's 1920s era structure still remains as the core to the current structure. Brownson Country Club is an 18-hole venue located in the Huntington section of Shelton. There is an annual competition between the clubs for the "Mayor's Trophy", alternating the venue each year. The 2009 Champion and holder of the Trophy is Highland.

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Sophomore Career Connections: Linking the Liberal Arts to the World of Work January 19-21, 2018

Vassar’s Sophomore Career Connections is designed to introduce second-year students to the vast array of career options available to liberal arts graduates. Drawing on the expertise of one of Vassar’s very best career resources—our alumnae/i and parent mentors—we hope to help students complement their liberal arts education with industry-specific knowledge, tap into the extensive Vassar network, and focus on their professional development in a safe space. Making these connections will serve sophomores well as they begin to consider not only summer internship options, but life beyond Vassar.

Sophomores will have the opportunity to meet with alumnae/i and parents mentors, attend industry-based career panels, participate in networking events, listen to a keynote address from one of our Vassar alumnae/i, and more.

Registration for Sophomore Career Connections will reopen in October 2018.

To learn more about Sophomore Career Connections, download the 2018 program booklet .

Sophomore Career Connections is made possible by collaboration between the Career Development Office and the Office of Alumnae/i Affairs and Development, as well as by the generosity of Carol Ostrow ‘77 and Michael Graff

What is Sophomore Career Connections about?

Why should I attend?

Sophomore year is a time of big decisions -- major selection, off-campus study options, and internship planning. This program is designed to assist you in thinking about these topics while utilizing our best resources: Vassar alumnae/i and parents and our Career Development Office staff.

What if I do not know what I want to do?

No worries, you are in good company! Most attendees of this program are not certain about their career path. This program is designed to let you explore areas of interest.

Who is attending?

Up to 200 sophomores, 75 alumnae/i and parent mentors, and assorted Vassar administrators and staff members.

Do I need to register to attend?

Yes, advance registration is required.

When and where does the program take place?

All events are on Vassar's campus and take place from Friday, January 19 through Sunday, January 21.

When can I return to campus?

Anytime after 9:00 a.m. on Friday, January 19. Sorry, no early arrivals prior to that date. Please note, the first meal provided will be dinner on Friday.

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The 2017-18 TV season is history, so here’s our annual listof summer premieredates for new seriesand new seasons of returning shows.The list covers hundreds of broadcast, cable and streaming programs bowing from late May through mid-September and some high-profile one-off programs like live awards shows. You can send any additions oradjustments to [email protected] . We’ll update the post regularly as more dates are revealed.

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May 23: Explained (Netflix, new documentary series) The Split (Sundance TV, new drama series)

May 24: Fauda (Netflix, Season 2) Growing Up Hip Hop (WE tv, Season 4)

May 25: My Last Days ( The CW , Season 2) Picnic at Hanging Rock (Amazon Prime, new drama limited series) DreamWorks Trollhunters (Netflix, Season 3; final season) Phenoms (FS1, new soccer documentary miniseries)

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May 27: The Fourth Estate (Showtime, new documentary series) The Break with Michelle Wolf (Netflix, new variety/sketch series) 1968: The Year That Changed America (CNN, new documentary series)

May 28: The Bachelorette (, Season 14) The History of Football: The Greatest Story Ever Played (History, new documentary series) Six (History, Season 2) American Chopper (Discovery, Season 11) Street Outlaws (Discovery, Season 14) Cults and Extreme Belief (AE, new docuseries) The Art Detectives (Acorn TV, Season 2)

May 29: America’s Got Talent (, Season 12) World of Dance (NBC, Season 2) Beat Shazam (, Season 2) Love Connection (Fox, Season 2) Animal Kingdom (TNT, Season 3) Queen Sugar (OWN, Season 3) Arrested Development (Netflix, Season 5) Expedition Unknown (Discovery, Season 5) Hunting ISIS (History, new docuseries) Undeniable with Joe Buck (Audience Network, Season 5)

May 30: American Ninja Warrior (NBC, Season 7; moves to regular slot June 18) Reverie (NBC, new drama series) Running Wild with Bear Grylls (NBC, Season 4) MasterChef (Fox, Season 9) Unbreakable Kimmy Schmidt (Netflix, Season 4) Black Ink Crew: Chicago (VH1, Season 4) Man Fire Food (Cooking Channel, Season 7) Foul Play: Paid in Mississippi (go90, new true-crime series)

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observers sometimes decry the lack of young, burgeoning talent at the quarterback position. But 2012 was a watershed year for quarterbacks in the draft, with Andrew Luck , Robert Griffin III , Ryan Tannehill and Russell Wilson among those dubbed the future of the league.

Both Luck and Tannehill missed the entire 2017 season due to injury, Griffin's career is over and Wilson is left to carry a dysfunctional offense on his back.

The question has gone: Where are the great quarterbacks of tomorrow? The top two players in the 2016 draft, Rams quarterback Jared Goff and Eagles QB Carson Wentz, underwent massive improvements in their second seasons. Bears rookie quarterback Mitchell Trubisky has looked better in recent weeks, despite an unfriendly offense, and former Patriots backup Jimmy Garoppolo spent the last month looking like the best signal-caller in the league.

With youth and veterans like Ben Roethlisberger and Tom Brady at the top of the playoff push, it's an exciting time to observe the position.

NFL1000 quarterbacks scout Mark Schofield has been watching every quarterback through the 2017 season, and he's ready to pass judgment on them all.

He has rated the quarterbacks with an overall performance score that grades the following traits:

Make sure to check out all of the NFL1000 rankings from the 2017 season.

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When ranking quarterbacks, we wanted to have enough snaps to be able to get a truly accurate read of a player's development.

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47. Paxton Lynch, Denver Broncos

Accuracy: 9/25 Arm: 17/25 Under Pressure: 8/20 Decision-Making: 7/20 Position Value: 10/10 Overall Grade: 51/100

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