Another Canalside problem, Super's contract in question, more

UCCUpper Cape News
April 20,2006

Would CanalSide jeopardize revenue flow from landfill?
By Paul Gately/ [email protected]
The Bourne Landfill Department is trying to rid the bustling waste disposal facility off MacArthur Boulevard of persistent hydrogen sulfide odors... [more]
Superintendent's contract in question
By Silene Gordon/ [email protected]
Just a week after releasing a positive evaluation of Superintendent of Schools Nancy Young's job performance, half of the Sandwich School Committee... [more]
Cape team gets Golden Triangle nod
By Silene Gordon/ [email protected]
A team of Cape Cod businesses was awarded a $6 million contract last week to bring commercial development to a 52-acre parcel of land in South... [more]
New stop signs to alert drivers
By Silene Gordon/ [email protected]
The Sandwich Department of Public Works will install four new stop signs in the coming weeks to improve road safety in town. DPW Director Paul Tilton... [more]
School notes
Military Officers Association awards scholarships Eight Cape Cod high school seniors have won $1,000 scholarships awarded by the Cape Cod Chapter... [more]
Community college open house April 28
Cape Cod Community College invites the public to visit Friday, April 28, 2:30 to 5 p.m., as the college showcases its comprehensive academic program... [more]
Woolly creatures assault Cape hemlocks
By Rich Eldred/ [email protected]
It's hard to imagine something so small could lay low something so large. But the woolly adelgid, one-sixteenth of an inch in size, has been devastating... [more]
Budget talks set for Tuesday night
Bourne selectmen and finance committee chairman Hal DeWaltoff Jr. will discuss the proposed $55 million budget for fiscal 2007 Tuesday night.... [more]
Bourne's capital spending will be watched closely
By Paul Gately/ [email protected]
On May 8, Bourne Town Meeting voters will consider $2.8 million in capital spending proposals, including police cruisers, an ambulance, Jaws of... [more]
Canal will be featured in second documentary
By Paul Gately/ [email protected]
The Cape Cod Canal, for the second straight year, will be featured in a History Channel "Modern Marvels" documentary. Actuality Productions... [more]
CPA requests head to Town Meeting
Bourne voters last year authorized Community Preservation Act participation, and this year they will watch the money flow as they consider 17 requests... [more]
Historical center finances still a problem
By Paul Gately/ [email protected]
Funding to operate the Bourne Historical Center at Keene Street continues to be a vexing affair. Colin Robin of Gray Gables, a member of the center's... [more]
Architect must re-figure repair costs
More major roof repairs are still needed at the Bourne Historical Center on Keene Street, Bourne village. Town Administrator Thomas Guerino said $7,000... [more]
Bourne police notes
Bourne police last week investigated a break into a River Road home and the destruction of private property by dirtbikers at Spinnaker Lane, Pocasset. Officers... [more]
Facilitator to guide Bourne goal setting
Bourne selectmen Tuesday night will consider the names of professional facilitators who may lead the board though goal-setting sessions, perhaps in... [more]
Debate over signs stirs selectmen's meeting
By Paul Gately/ [email protected]
A disgusted Joseph Agrillo stormed out of the Tuesday night Bourne selectmen's meeting after Selectmen Chairwoman Linda Zuern urged him to speed up... [more]
Bourne selectmen mull new guidelines on how to operate
Former Bourne Brave Kevin Youkilis, with a flair for the dramatic, slammed the ball deep off the centerfield wall at Fenway before 10 Tuesday night... [more]
Around Bourne
Assisted living plan faces review The housing partnership committee this week was reviewing a small assisted living/rest home proposed for 1077 County... [more]
Bourne will try for pier repair funding
Bourne Town Administrator Thomas Guerino and Natural Resources Department representatives will meet with the Massachusetts Seaport Council May 6 to... [more]
Certification of recall signatures slows
The Bourne Board of Registrars has certified 237 signatures of registered voters who want to oust Selectwoman Carol Cheli from office and 295 who... [more]
Bourne Town Hall
Monument Beach parking at issue Joseph Agrillo of Monument Beach is pressing selectmen to set up a meeting with Bourne police and the highway department... [more]
Traffic, access, tugboat still factors in study of CVS plan
By Paul Gately/ [email protected]
Access issues and traffic safety continue to dominate review of the CVS proposal to demolish The Pilot House Restaurant and build a pharmacy at Belmont... [more]
Community college practices what it teaches
By Joe Burns/ [email protected]
From the sophisticated solar energy system in the spanking new tech building to the recycling wastebaskets found throughout the campus, conservation... [more]
The sky's the limit
By Nicole Muller/ [email protected]
At age 34, 1990 Dennis-Yarmouth Regional High School graduate Jake Hart already earns around $500,000 a year from his five businesses. In addition... [more]
Around Sandwich
CPA funds requested for land purchase The proposed purchase of a 28-acre parcel of property off Popple Bottom Road through Community Preservation... [more]
Sandwich votes May 4
The town election in Sandwich is Thursday, May 4. The polls will be open 7 a.m. to 8 p.m. at the following locations: Precinct 1 and 2:Henry T. Wing... [more]
Hammond seeks to restore communication, cooperation
By Silene Gordon/ [email protected]
Meet George Hammond George Hammond, 38, Holly Ridge Drive Married to Meghan; father of Maggie and Julia Realtor. Former police officer George "Bud"... [more]
Sandwich Library to hire building consultant
By Silene Gordon/ [email protected]
Sandwich Public Library will spend $8,500 to hire a consultant who would prepare a planning document for a potential branch library. The plan... [more]
Pannorfi wants open dialogue with community
By Silene Gordon/ [email protected]
Selectman candidate Frank Pannorfi says he has the enthusiasm, energy and experience needed to help Sandwich move forward. From continuing to work... [more]
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