It was a double header
It was a double header
Frank McCall submits-
My wife and I moved to the Lanesville area of Gloucester last September and we’re loving it! We met you and your wife at one of the recent Savour Wine and Cheese Open Tables. What a fantastic meal!
I saw that you posted yesterday about the closure of Plum Cove Beach. I thought you might want to let folks know that the beach has been re-opened (according to the City of Gloucester website). Here is a link to the announcement: http://gloucester-ma.gov/CivicAlerts.aspx?AID=498 .
PLUM COVE BEACH RE-OPENED FOR SWIMMING
June 14, 2013, 1:00 PM
Based on preliminary results of samples taken at Plum Cove Beach on June 13, 2013, the Gloucester Health Department is lifting the swimming ban related to the elevated enterococci levels from samples taken June 11, 2013.
Current enterococci levels are less than ten colony-forming units (CFUs) for the sample, well below the limits set by the Massachusetts Department of Public Health’s bathing beach standards.
The Department will return to its regular sampling schedules. For more information and updates, please visit the city website at http://www.gloucester-ma.gov or please contact:
Manager – Environmental Health Services
Gloucester Health Department
I was at the beach at sunset tonight while walking my dog. Here are a couple of photos.
Due to the recent severe weather, as of today, Wednesday, June 12, 2013, the City of Gloucester Board of Health has posted a sign at Plum Cove Beach notifying residents that regularly scheduled testing discovered that bacteria counts were found to be beyond the states bathing beach limits.
Residents are advised that they swim at their own risk.
The next scheduled test results will be available in the afternoon of Friday, June 14, 2013. City of Gloucester Health Department will continue to closely monitor the situation.
For more information and updates, please visit the city website at http://www.gloucester-ma.gov
For more information, please contact:
Gloucester Public Health Department
Max Schenk, Manager of Environmental Health Services
They were taken at Plum Cove Beach this evening. There were at least a dozen disks washed up. Must be the "gift that keeps on giving"……here we are in May.