Chatham Selectmen Float Own Version Of Beach Agreement; Harwich Administrator Presents $48M Balanced Budget

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CC-ChronicleChatham-Harwich NEWS, January 10, 2007

CHATHAM News
Selectmen Float Own Version Of Beach Agreement
CHATHAM — The most recent draft agreement between Chatham and Orleans to manage North (Nauset) Beach has already generated lengthy debate, a week before selectmen from the two towns will meet to discuss it.

Cardillo Recalls Mother-Daughter Journey Down Route 66
rt66news CHATHAM — When Irene Cardillo’s daughter, Lauren, invited her on a cross-country drive down Route 66, she had a strong feeling the result would be a documentary film.  Lauren, after all, is an Emmy award-winning producer who runs her own production company.  But what Irene didn’t know is that the final product would be as much about the mother-daughter relationship as about the Mother Road itself. (The web site Route 66 News picked up the Chronicle story here. The  documentary, The Mother Road, will be re-aired this Sunday, Jan. 14 at 1 p.m. on WGBH, Channel 44.)

Historic Homes Won't Be Razed
180stageharbrdchathamCHATHAM --- Two historic homes on Stage Harbor Road that were on a track toward demolition will instead be preserved and restored. The historical commission was slated to hold pre-application conferences on proposals to demolish homes at 168 and 180 Stage Harbor Rd. Tuesday morning.  Late last week, however, owner Mary Anselmo withdrew the request, according to commission chairman Donald Aikman. “I guess through conversations with her son and some friends over the holidays, she determined it was probably better for the town and everybody that they be preserved,” Aikman said...

Land Trusts To Share Staffer

Affordable Housing Summit Slated

HARWICH News
Affordable Housing Initiatives On A Roll In Harwich
HARWICH --- The need to grow affordable housing inventory was well demonstrated Monday night by both the housing committee and the community preservation committee....

Merriam Presents $48M Balanced Budget
HARWICH –Newly hired Town Administrator James Merriam presented selectmen with a balanced budget Monday night that includes no new personnel, but identified several additional requests for staff by department heads that would require an override...

Pit Purchase Denied CPA Funds

Cole To Run For Full Term

Harwich Man Scratches $1M Ticket

Angel's Hope Won't Disband

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