Beach Closed

Ledge Light Health District conducted bathing water sampling recently. Results showed elevated bacteria levels remained high. Per the Health District, Main Beach at Nehantic Drive has since been posted closed, and swimming or wading in these waters is restricted until further notice, most likely when it’s retested on Monday.

CALL FOR VOLUNTEER INSTRUCTORS

CALL FOR VOLUNTEER INSTRUCTORS
  • The BPBC Club Program is looking for volunteers to offer evening/afternoon introductory work shops for children registered in the program.  Volunteers would be supported by staff to facilitate workshops.  Please let us know if you would be interested.  If you are available to volunteer your time, please contact Nadia and Erica at Directorprogrambprec@gmail.com. We are seeking volunteer instructors for:

Cooking       Bocce        Golf           Painting              Tennis            Shuffle Board        Soccer        Collage                              Basketball             Corn Hole

Zoning Board of Appeals Public Hearing Notice

BPBC March 22, 2019 Zoning Board of Appeals Public Hearing Notice(to be held at East Lyme Senior Center, 41 Society Road, Niantic)

Water notice from Town of East Lyme

Here is the update from East Lyme on the water situation:

ATTENTION WATER CUSTOMERS JULY 8, 2015, 9:30 A.M.:
As an update to the discolored water along West Main Street, adjoining side streets and the Black Point/Crescent Beach area, improvement has been seen but some areas may continue to have discolored water throughout the day. The Water Department is evaluating those areas where the problem may persist and will flush hydrants in those areas tomorrow, July 9, 2015. Again, thank you for your patience and understanding as we work through this issue.

UPDATED JULY 7, 2015 3:57 p.m.: As an update to the notice issued this morning regarding the discolored water along West Main Street, adjoining side streets and the Black Point/Crescent Beach area, it is expected that this will continue throughout the rest of today and possibly into tomorrow. The water should NOT be run continually in an attempt to clear the service line but only periodically to check for improvement. Again, thank you for your understanding as we work through this issue.

ATTENTION WATER CUSTOMERS: Following a water main break Monday evening, customers primarily along West Main Street, adjoining side streets and in Black Point may continue to experience discolored water throughout the day due to the disturbance that it caused in the distribution system. The discolored water is not a health threat. However, the discolored water can stain clothing, so it is best to wait for the water to clear before doing any laundry. Also, do not use any hot water as you may draw the discolored water into your hot water tank, which may have to be flushed later. If you were doing laundry when the water became discolored, rewash the laundry later when the water is clear. Use a rust stain remover or regular detergent. Do not use chlorine bleach. Chlorine can react with iron and can form a permanent stain. Please feel free to contact the Water Department at 860- 691-4104. Thank you for your understanding as we work through this issue.

Break-ins

Dear Black Pointers:

We have had a number of recent break-ins to outside sheds, as well as vacant homes, with a variety of items stolen from these properties.

The East Lyme Police Department has requested that you promptly notify them of any suspicious cars or individuals in the neighborhood. Please check your property daily and ask your neighbors to check vacant houses.

Best regards,
Tom Sheehan
Association Manager