After demolishing the vacant motel across from its Lakeshore Dr. property, Hazelett Corporations is weighing its potential redevelopment options, company officials say, with the hope of finalizing a plan for the former Beach and Boat Motel property by next building season. Last Friday, a lone backhoe crunched through the motel’s roof, methodically clearing the lot for the first time since the 1960s, when then-owner Sam Tash tore replaced cottages with the Tash Motel.
The town of Essex has closed a gravel road in the town center after officials say the developer has repeatedly failed to maintain it. The town closed the gravel emergency access last Thursday between sections of Carmichael Sstreet until further notice after residents raised numerous complaints of large potholes, gravel spilling into walkways and cars driving down a nearby sidewalk to avoid the interconnect, public works director Dennis Lutz wrote in a memo to the selectboard.
The University of Vermont Medical Center confirmed last week its plans to construct a new primary care facility in Essex that will relocate current staff from its Main St. location. The move, which the center has sought for a few years now, will help increase the quality of care and allow room for growth, said David Keelty, UVM Medical’s director of facilities, planning and development.
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Selecting a term
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Hashtags (e.g. #sxsw, #london2012)
Bio details (e.g. vegan, Olympics, father)
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Find results that mention multiple specified terms, use AND or
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