August 8th, 2016
I want to bring to your attention to how Dave Sharpe, our local state representative, interceded with the Vermont State Parks Division to rectify safety issues at the Kingsland Bay State Park regarding the single ladder off the swim pier that barely reached the water and the pier approach path that had been surfaced with “crushed stone.”
He promptly followed up on my email, which I had sent directly to the State Parks contact center, and secured the support of Commissioner Snyder.
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This story was updated.
SALISBURY — The swimming beach at Branbury State Park in Salisbury was opened on Fridy afternoon after it was closed at noon on Friday because of a high bacteria count on Thursday
The beach was open late Friday and swimmers were enjoying the water and beach at the end of a hot summer day.
I spent last week at the Democratic National Convention in Philadelphia. I was not a delegate, but there representing Emerge Vermont, an affiliate of a national organization that recruits and trains Democratic women to run for public office. It was a fascinating and inspiring week for me as a Vermonter, woman in elected office, Democrat who trains other women to run for office, and proud mother of three children.
SALISBURY — Vermont State Parks officials on Thursday closed the swimming beach at Branbury State Park in Salisbury due to a high bacteria count.
State employees at the gate to the park said people were not allowed in the water, but they could use all of the other facilities in the park. Admission to the park was free today.