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8/3/18 Cavendish Update
1. Cavendish Related News
2. Cavendish Concert on the Green Jason Cann
1. CAVENDISH RELATED NEWS
Water Testing on the Black River: Below are the water tests results for Black River Swimming holes for Aug. 1. Anything above 235 CFU is considered unsafe for recreational purposes. Cavendish Gorge 125 CFU (safe); Greven Field 155 CFU (safe); Buttermilk Falls 172 CFU (safe); Little Ascutney Falls 140 CFU (safe); Upper Falls Rd Weathersfield 25 CFU (safe). Please note that swimming is not recommended after a heavy rain. Thank you Black River Action Team for your continue dedication to the Black River and the safety of those who use it.
Crime Watch-Area Break-ins: A few days ago it was Chester, now it's Weathersfield/Perkinsville. Please take measures as noted by the state police. On 07-31-18, at approximately 0546 hours, Vermont State Police from the Westminster Barracks were called to investigate a string of vehicle break-ins in the Town of Weathersfield, Perkinsville area. Upon investigation it was discovered that eight vehicle's on Quarry Rd, Maple St. and Upper Falls Rd. had been broken into. Among several miscellaneous items it was discovered one of the vehicles involved had a handgun taken from it.
Vermont State Police would like to remind everyone to lock your vehicles and to not leave anything of significant value inside of them. If anyone has any information in reference to these thefts, please contact Vermont State Police, Westminster Barracks at 802.722.4600 or Weathersfield Police Department at 802.674.2185. VT State Police
CHS August Briefs: The Cavendish Historical Society briefs for August are now available at their blog. This issue includes a schedule for upcoming activities pertaining to the 100th birthday of Aleksandr Solzhenitsyn as well as the information on local blueberry picking to support the Carmine Guica Young Historians program at CTES.
VT’s Cliff Diving Revolution Featuring Derek McNamara: Derek, who is 19, a volunteer fire fighter for Proctorsvile Fire Department, is gaining a reputation in cliff diving. The article was written by Cavendish resident Rylee Ewald who is doing an internship in Middlebury at Vermont Sports. Great to see how well our youth are doing. Vermont Sports
2. CAVENDISH CONCERT : JASON CANN: The Aug. 8 (Wednesday) concert, starting at 6 p.m., will feature Jason Cann, a singer-songwriter who lives in Hartland, and has long played in the upper valley of Vermont and New Hampshire. He mixes many original songs with standby covers for a terrific evening of music. Area residents and visitors are encouraged to join their friends and neighbors in front of the gazebo on the green. Bring a blanket or a comfortable chair, have a picnic, or just lie back and relax on the grass. It’s a fun way to enjoy the summer weather and either reconnect with old friends or make new ones. Concerts are free and open to the public. In case of inclement weather, check the Cavendish Facebook page. For more information, call Robin at 802-226-7736.
AUGUST 8 (WEDNESDAY): Wed Night concert featuring Jason Cann. Starts at 6 pm at the Proctorsville Green. This is free and open to the public.
AUGUST 7 (TUESDAY): Green Mountain Unified School District (GMUSD) Transportation Committee meeting, 5:30-6:30 pm at The Roost, Fletcher Farm on Route 103 in Ludlow.
AUGUST 8 (WEDNESDAY): Town’s Energy Committee Meeting, noon, town office.
AUGUST 13 (MONDAY): Cavendish Select Board Meeting, 6:30 pm at the Cavendish Town Office.
AUGUST 14 (TUESDAY): Primary Election Day. Voting will take place at the Cavendish Town Elementary School from 10-7. Note that voting will be in the multi purpose room. The Town Office will be closed that day.
AUGUST 15 (WEDNESDAY): 1st Quarter Property Taxes Due!
Wed night concert featuring Sensible Shoes, 6 pm Proctorsville Green.