Shoreline Protection

"A note from Michael Caccavo, attorney at law, Barre, VT, to our lakefront property owners:
I remind you that the new Shoreland Protection Act becomes law and will be in effect on Tuesday, July 1, 2014. Because everything prior is grandfathered, it might be a good idea for every property owner to document the state of the property with date stamped photos or a video. They should be sure to show the shoreline, the buildings and other structures, driveways, cleared areas and gardens, as well as the wooded areas of the lot and any recent cuttings . The new law has restrictions on expansion of buildings, drives and parking lots, lawn and cleared areas as well cutting in wooded areas. It could be important in the future to have documentation of how things were when the law went into effect.  
With the start date approaching, not only should people who want to cut get to work this weekend, everyone should get out there and document what they have now." 

What's Going On…. 9/17/2018

LAKE LEVEL STATUS AND LOWERING

Karla Cornelius, President

Outcome from the Barnet Selectboard minutes on variouse aspects of lowering the Lake Level.

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Eye On The Night Sky 7/21/2019

Daily Forecast: July 21, 2019

***HEAT ADVISORIES TODAY IN SOUTHERN VALLEYS AND IN WESTERN ADDISON COUNTY*** This Afternoon: Widely scattered showers and thunderstorms. Highs in the upper 80s to around 90 south, and mid to upper 80s in the north, except lower 80s near the Vermo...

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