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Roadway Construction Coming To An End

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     Main Street:  Weather permitting, Main Street will be resurfaced with blacktop the week of November 4, followed by paint striping.  Originally scheduled for October 22, repaving was delayed because the curbing for the sidewalks wasn’t ready.  Parking will revert to the original pattern at the intersection of Main Street and Danville Hill Road, with the addition of four or five off-street spaces between the hardware and grocery stores for employees.

   Mack Mountain Road: A larger culvert and guardrails have been installed and the road has been leveled.  This should address future flooding issues in the area.  This work is complete.

     Larry Gochey praised Gravel Construction and Griffith Construction for quality work and consideration for local businesses and motorists.  Both roadways will function better and be more attractive when the last of the work is done.

 

 

OPEN HOUSE

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OPEN HOUSE 

Hosted by Garey and Jane Larrabee

Hastings Store 

HASTINGS FAMILY’S 100TH ANNIVERSARY AT THE HASTINGS STORE US Route 2, West Danville 

SUNDAY, OCTOBER 13 1:00 – 5:00 p.m. 

Stop by – everyone is welcome Refreshments ~ Old Photos ~ Reminiscing with friends

Last Updated ( Wednesday, 02 October 2013 21:09 )
 

Book on Irene has Cabot Connections

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Peggy McKay Shinn Vermonter Peggy McKay Shinn, a freelance writer living in Rutland, responded to Tropical Storm Irene by riding her mountain bike the next day on a trail through the woods to bypass the huge washout of Route 4.  Then  she made her way to Pittsfield to talk with residents and photograph the destruction.  Already, she had a book in mind, which was released in August and is now available in bookstores and online.  Its title is Deluge:  Tropical Storm Irene, Vermont's Flash Floods, and How One Small State Saved Itself. 

     For this book, Peggy interviewed Vermonters in Pittsfield, Jamaica, South Royalton, Wilmington, and Rutland.  These people show the human face of disaster, the losses that can never be fully recovered.  She also tells  the story of the amazingly quick rebuilding of Route 4 in two places by local contractors, who didn't wait for state government assistance, or even permission, to do the job.  The independent spirit of Vermonters, who  volunteered their time and machines to help, shows in all the stories in the book.

     Peggy Shinn is the daughter of Ferguson & Jane McKay, Cabot residents.  Jane's family has lived in Cabot since the 1860s, in the same house on Main Street.  The McKays have donated a copy of Deluge to the Cabot Library.

 

Last Updated ( Wednesday, 02 October 2013 20:51 )
 

Cabot Community Association

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CCA plans to bring a proposal to the Select Board and UDAG Committee by November for utilizing funds awarded at Town Meeting 2013.  Community members are invited to participate in this planning process. 

Meetings are 7:00 p.m. in the Willey Building on:

September 25 ~ October 23 ~ November 13

Last Updated ( Wednesday, 02 October 2013 20:56 )
 

LEGISLATIVE REPORT

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Kitty Toll

By Representative Catherine (Kitty) Toll 

Education Legislation Update 

     The Legislature worked on many education issues this past session, including work on factors that impact our rising educational costs and the transition from the Department of Education to the Agency of Education. Here is a summary of some key bills:

 

Flexible Pathways:  With the passage of S.130, Vermont expands its “flexible pathways” program, encouraging high school completion while simultaneously allowing students to earn college credit.  This dual enrollment offers two state-funded college courses to qualified juniors or seniors available on college or high school campuses. Work based learning, virtual or blended learning, and early college for seniors are some of the new offerings that will be guided by Personal Learning Plans (PLP’s). PLP’s will be fully implemented in 2017 for 7 -12 students.

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Cabot Vermont Annual Events 2014

March, 2014
Maple Fest 9:00 a.m. - 3:00 p.m.
Cabot School Gym
 
July 4, 2014
4th of July Parade and Field Activities
11:00 a.m. Main Street Parade
12:00 Chicken BBQ and Activities at Recreation Field
 
October, 2014
Fall Foliage Festival
Crafts, Tours, Rides, Hikes, Presentations
9:00 a.m. Coffee Hour
11:30 a.m. - 1:00 p.m. Luncheon
5:00 and 6:15 p.m. Turkey Dinner
Throughout town
 
October, 2014
Apple Pie Festival 9:00 - 3:00 p.m.
Apple Pie Baking Contest
Crafts, Apple Pies and Chili Luncheon
Cabot School Gym 

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