Patrick brings message of hope; Hyannis Water Board news; more

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BarnstablePatriotBARNSTABLE News, January 10, 2007

Hyannis Water Board to talk capital, perchlorate this afternoon
When the Hyannis Water Advisory Board meets this afternoon (3:15 p.m. at town hall), it will hear more about the system's long-term capital needs and what threat the perchlorate contamination from the fire training academy poses to the water supply.  [more]

The number is 9 for council review committee
The magic, and unanimous, number is nine for the council-appointed charter review committee. That's seen as the most appropriate number of town councilors to legislate matters for the town of Barnstable.   [more]

Airport/Rectrix agree to more time
Attorney's for Barnstable Municipal Airport in the federal civil suit filed by Rectrix Aerodrome Centers will have some extra time to make their next filing.   [more]

Access to Cotuit's Crocker Neck at issue for ConCom tonight
The remoteness of the Crocker Neck Conservation Area in Cotuit has made it an attractive nighttime party place through the years. The conservation commission will hear arguments for locking the gate at tonight's meeting.   [more]

Patrick brought ‘message of hope' to Cape supporters
They stood, elbow to elbow on the stage in front of a sea of Democratic supporters. They are young and old, men and women, politicians and students, white and black.   [more]

SPORTS:
BMS Raiders wallop Warriors

The Barnstable Middle School girls basketball team is off to a great start this season, winning both of its season-opening games.   [more]

Solid day for BHS wrestlers
Alex Glenn is a quiet athlete, almost shy in nature. Until, however, he gets onto the wrestling mat. That's when he unleashes his inner rebel, as he demonstrated on Saturday when he reigned supreme at a tournament in North Quincy.   [more]

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