Ptown growth bylaws; Andrews makes bid for assembly; more

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   Provincetown Harbor. Photo by Jane Booth.

News of the week from the Provincetown Banner

ptownbannerConcerns aired over effectiveness of growth bylaws
By Pru Sowers
PROVINCETOWN — Worried that local growth management bylaws intended to control, among other things, water usage in town, are not being implemented the way they were intended, the chairs of the zoning board of appeals and the planning board met with the board of health last week to discuss ways to more accurately assess water flow calculations made by the health agent.  MORE

Andrews makes bid for Assembly
By Pru Sowers
PROVINCETOWN — Cheryl Andrews, chair of the board of selectmen, is running again, this time for the Barnstable County Assembly of Delegates. MORE

All in the family
Norman Mailer initially had no interest in co-writing a book — a virtual discussion — about politics and current events. He says that when you’re an established writer, you want to keep your tendency to mix ambitious books with those that are less ambitious in check. And he was in an ambitious state of mind.  MORE

Meryl Cohn's Women's Week Latest
Ready. Set. Go. Meryl Cohn has created another of her signature lesbian-themed comedies, and it hits the ground running, keeping its zany pace for most of the two-act play. This Women’s Week staple delivers what it promises — fast fun, appealing actors, a healthy chunk of implied sex and a who’s-on-first moving target of comedy. See the full review and ticket information in this week’s Banner.  MORE

Warriors dominate play, but Panthers pull out upset
By Michael Iacuessa
EASTHAM — The Nauset boys soccer team had been coasting with a 6-2 record when it proved an overly generous host Monday, allowing visiting Whitman-Hanson to pull a 3-0 upset. MORE

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Don't forget, it's Women's Week in Provincetown through Sunday and Wellfleet is gearing up for the 6th Annual OysterFest this coming weekend.

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