Wild turkey’s roaming, Planning Commission and Zoning Board of Adjustment consideration November 1 at Town Hall, Echo Lake closed until 11/23 ~ Margo’s Plymouth report

Reprinted with permission from The Vermont Standard

10/31/22

Well, I am writing this on Halloween, but I don’t anticipate any treat-or-treaters to stop here this evening, although I always have treats available just in case! Perfect weather recently to tend to outdoor tasks to prepare for winter. All my planters and most of my outdoor furniture is now safely stored away. As far as I am concerned, the snow can hold off for a bit longer.

The Jarvi field on Dublin Rd has been a favorite place for a dozen or so turkeys lately. Sometimes they venture over to my house and set off my driveway alarm. I understand they may only be hunted with a shotgun, bow and arrow, or crossbow. I am not sure how these wild creatures compare with domestically raised one, however.

For those who are interested, the Planning Commission and Zoning Board of Adjustment consideration of an application for Conditional Use and Permit and Variance for: Salt Ash Land LLC 4738 RT100A Plymouth, VT 05056 to consider change of occupancy of Salt Ash Inn from lodging to retail sales will take place on Tuesday, November 1, 2022 at 7:00 P.M., in the Town Hall. I assume the request was made as a result of the desire to sell cannabis from that location, the vote for which is now on the ballot.

For your info, the Echo Lake Inn is currently closed for dinner, but will reopen on 11/23. Be sure to make reservations for Thanksgiving Dinner – 802-228-6802

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