On Tuesday, Jun. 9, from 9:00 a.m. to 1:00 p.m., the Old Lyme Visiting Nurse Association will be distributing free face masks to Lyme and Old Lyme residents at the Lyme-Old Lyme High School. For the details of this event, see the flyer here.
The Town of Lyme would like to advise residents that the traditional Cove Road July 4th Parade cannot be held this year, in accordance with the Governor’s Executive Order #7TT which prohibits public gatherings of more than 25 people during this phase of the pandemic.
The Affordable Housing Commission will meet Monday, Jun. 1, at 5:00 p.m. This is a virtual meeting that will take place on Zoom. To view the agenda or see instructions on how to attend the virtual meeting, click here.
The Connecticut Department of Transportation has announced a milling and paving project will be performed on Route 156 in East Haddam, Lyme and Old Lyme.
The milling is scheduled to take place from Monday, June 1, through Tuesday, June 23; and the paving is scheduled to take place from Tuesday, July 7, through Wednesday, July 22.
Lane closures will occur on Route 56 from Route 82 in East Haddam through Lyme to Route 1 in Old Lyme. Traffic-control personnel and signing patterns will be onsite to guide drivers through the work zone.
The regular work schedule will be Mondays through Fridays, 7 a.m. to 5 p.m.
Please drive carefully.
RiverCOG Issues Rules Residents Must Observe During Pandemic; Revises HHW Disposal & Paper-Shredding Dates
RiverCOG has issued safety rules that residents must observe during the pandemic when participating in household hazardous waste (HHW) disposal and paper-shredding events. The organization has also revised its HHW disposal and paper-shredding dates for 2020.
CT Trails Day is a do-it-yourself event this year that takes place on Saturday, June 6, and Sunday, June 7. The Lyme Land Conservation Trust and Town of Lyme encourage residents to participate by taking a self-guided walk of the Heritage Trail in Hartman Park – while observing state and federal safety guidelines. For all the details – including how to download interpretive trail brochures, instructions on where to park and advice on what to expect on the walk, click here. For more information on this year’s CT Trails Day, click here.
The Board of Selectmen will meet Monday, Jun. 1, at 3:30 p.m. This is a virtual meeting that will take place on Zoom. To view the agenda or see instructions on how to attend the virtual meeting, click here.
The Library Board of Directors will meet Wednesday, May 27, at 4:30 p.m. This is a virtual meeting that will take place on Zoom. To view the agenda or see instructions on how to attend the virtual meeting, click here.
The Hamburg Recycling Center is open now on Fridays, Saturdays and Sundays only, from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. A return to 24/7 operating hours will begin at a later date.
- Temporary closures within these operating hours will be needed and we ask that you bear with us as this operation returns to normal.
- We are compacting recyclables three times or more daily (up from twice) to maintain available cart space as much as possible.
- If you should find the facility is full when you arrive, please come back again later to prevent our employees from having to handle the excess materials.
- Masks must be worn by employees when in contact with others.
- Masks must be worn by all residents depositing material at the property and social distancing protocols will be followed.
- Each vehicle should wait until the previous resident drives away before depositing their recyclables. No more than 1 visitor should be inside the building any one time.
- Cardboard presents the largest risk of contamination to our employees, and we ask that residents reduce the size of their cardboard to no larger than 3’ by 3’ by cutting anything larger at home before depositing.
Lyme’s Town Hall and Public Library will reopen tomorrow – Tuesday, May 26 – for staff only as we begin to prepare and modify the buildings and work spaces to reflect recommended public health protocols. Any service to patrons will take place outside the buildings, without contact, as was the process shortly before the current closure.