Incredible effort throughout the Labor Day weekend from Mack crews, who continued to work on both production and cleanup — great work! The town was also busy, cleaning up area roads and installing a new water line to the plant. We now have water, which will allow production and cleanup to progress faster and easier. Crews also installed a new transformer Saturday morning, so we now have full electrical service to the entire building. While there is still a lot of cleanup work to do, the plant is now fully functional.
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Jessica Dyer says
I am supposed to start working at the Cavendish plant on Monday, the 24th, and I will be traveling from Claremont, NH. I am wondering what would be the easiet/least time consuming way to get there (I know the storm washed out some roads). Any suggestion would be greatly appreciated.
Julie Horst says
Jessica, thanks for your inquiry and welcome to Mack! A section of Route 131 near the Cavendish plant is still closed for repair. From Claremont, take Route 5 to Charlestown, N.H., then Route 11 West to Springfield, Vt. In the center of Springfield, stay straight on Route 106 toward Ludlow, Vt. Bear left onto Route 10 toward Ludlow. Turn right onto Route 103, then right on Route 131. Plant will be on the right.