Reprinted with permission from The Vermont Standard
My apologies for missing last week! I was on my way to Lake George on Monday afternoon when I remembered I had not done my report. Alas, there was not a great deal of exciting news anyway…. Looks like it will be a steamy week, so Camp Plymouth State Park will likely be busy. Still only snack items at the Concession, but boat rentals are now available.
I saw the oil mark in front of Richard North’s home on the Tyson/Reading Rd and understand that someone hit a pole there several days ago, but kept right on going, leaking fluids along the way. I was privileged to assist with the renewal of vows on the lawn overlooking Echo Lake on Saturday for Scott and Pam Neleber. Some of you may remember Scott’s mom, Alice, an artist who lived there for many years.
There are a number of exciting happenings coming up at the Notch. According to Bill, the Site is fully open and welcoming visitors again. The Cheese Factory is allowing access once more, too. July 2-4 will include The Coolidge Cup, the national invitational speech and debate tournament sponsored by the Calvin Coolidge Presidential Foundation. Fireworks will happen on 7/3 and the annual procession and wreath laying ceremony at the Coolidge graveside led by the Vermont National Guard will begin at noon on 7/4. Plan on enjoying the delightful exhibits and buildings depicting the life and times of Calvin Coolidge all weekend and then help to celebrate his July 4th birthday!
More property is changing hands in town. Below are the latest sales sent to me by Elaine:
1) 109 Upper Round Top Rd. $317,000 Charles Cardillo, Jr and Todd Cardillo, Trustees to Matthew and Kaitlin Smith
2) 5392 Route 100 $195,000 James Nolan to Rad Roubeni
3) Echo View Estates 2.46 Acres $86,000 Tom Derlinga to Haig and Stephanie Seferian
4) 1383 Salt Ash Rd. $520,000 Jon and Theonia Boyd to Walter and Elizabeth Mills
5) 9139 Route 100 $155,000 A.B.L.E. Waste Mgmt. to MJF Management, LLC