Reprinted by permission of The Vermont Standard
I would say that we were very fortunate with that last storm considering the devastation that it created in many other places. The coast certainly took a beating. My sister in Mohegan Lake, NY lost electricity on Friday and just had power restored on Mon – just in time for this latest storm! I know that crews from VT had been sent to various places in NY to help repair the damage.
Thanks to Keith Cappellini for agreeing to become the Plymouth representative on the WSCU Board. He won as the write-in candidate. This is very important because otherwise our town would not be represented.
Work is being done on the Town Plan. Please consider attending the next Planning and Zoning Meeting that will be on Tuesday, March 13th at 7:00 PM. Two Rivers – Ottauquechee Regional Commission will be assisting with the Town Plan. Property owners are encouraged to attend and participate in the discussion.
Property transfers for the month of February were: 1027 Bradley Hill Road, Rodney Leonard sold property to David Hartung and Stephanie Garrow-Hartung; $135,000.
Get ready for a pre-St Patrick’s Day Community Luncheon to be held on Thursday, 3/14 in the Community Room of Tyson Church at 11:00AM. Boiled dinner, salad & special dessert with be served, but most exciting is the fact that Adam Boyce and his friend Merv will be on hand to provide some lively music! No charge, but donations are accepted. Come join the fun and meet and greet your neighbors.
I understand that there is an amazingly beautiful snowy owl residing in the Windy Hill area in town. According to Brian Cestaro, it is often observed between 6 and 8 AM, then again from 4 to 6 PM. Thanks to Brian for the pictures, that you can see here: https://photos.app.goo.gl/ue7DYUml1h23h5QP2