Some CT Beaches Reopen for Swimming

Calf Pasture Beach, photo courtesy Town of Westport, CT

 TheHour.com: Beaches across the [Connecticut] area were reopening Wednesday, as bacteria levels started to return to normal levels.

Westport’s Compo Beach and Burying Hill Beach have reopened for swimming according to Town Hall. As has Norwalk’s Calf Pasture Beach according to the Norwalk Department of Health.

Sherwood Island State Park in Westport remains closed to swimming according to the state Department of Environmental Protection’s website. Testing was done for the second time this week on Tuesday.

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