Cabot is a New England town located in the northeast corner of Washington County, Vermont. The population was 1,547 at the 2010 census. It contains the unincorporated villages of Cabot Village, Cabot Plains, South Cabot, East Cabot, Molly’s Pond, and Lower Cabot.
May 5, 2020 at 6 p.m. Selectboard Meeting by audio Zoom meeting. https://us02web.zoom.us/j/6331160345?pwd=UHFVQTN4ZTh6TUhSMUJ4Q21SdjVoZz09
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The Cabot Town Clerk’s Office remains open during normal hours Monday – Thursday, 8 am to 5 pm. HOWEVER, that will be re-evaluated daily based on the evolving situation with COVID-19. If you can, conduct your business with the Town Office via the phone, online, drop box or through the mail (including dog renewals), please do so.
WATER SYSTEM TRACE CHLORINATION STARTING MARCH 24TH:
Betty Ritter, Town Clerk/Treasurer
Due to many of the Rabies Clinics closing because of the Corona Virus the Town of Cabot will waive the late fee for licensing your dog until June 1, 2020. PLEASE NOTE THAT THE DATE FOR LICENSING IS STILL DUE ON APRIL 1, 2020. You can do this by dropping a check in the mail, or we have a drop box right outside the door that you can put your check in made out to the Town of Cabot. We will then register your dog and send back a copy of the license and the new tag. The fee for this is $13.00 for dogs that are not neutered or spayed and $9.00 for dogs that are spayed or neutered. Our mailing address is P. O. Box 36. If you need to check to see if your dog’s rabies are current please give us a call at 563-2279.
Again, the Town of Cabot is waiving the late fee until June 1, 2020 but a reminder that the date for registering your dog is April 1.
Cabot Town Clerk/Treasurer
PLEASE continue to follow the recommended guidelines of the CDC and the VT Department of Health: wash your hands, practice “social distancing”; avoid large gatherings; and if feeling unwell with symptoms of the virus, stay home and call your primary care physician. We have been told not to go to the Emergency Room or Express Care to call your primary care physician instead. YOUR continued good health is the primary concern. Stay healthy, follow the guidelines, keep positive, and know “this too will pass”.
GREEN MOUNTAIN POWER PUBLIC SERVICE BOARD APPLICATION
Project Location Map
Overview Plan with Proposed Changes
New Service Spillway Gate Plans
Service Spillway Concrete Resurfacing Plans
Hydrologic and Hydraulic Analysis of Downstream Flooding
House and Head Gate Refurbishment Plans
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