Experts: washover will close; Lighthouse tours; Dredged sand; Hot bats

Lower Cape News, April 26, 2007

The Cape Cod Chronicle is locally owned and covers the towns of Chatham and Harwich. The Gateway owned Harwich Oracle cover news in the town of Harwich.

CC-ChronicleCape Cod Chronicle Headlines:
Experts expect beach washover to close, but it may take time
- speculation about the North Beach break
Breaks, washovers part of barrier beach cycle
- all part of the natural evolution of the barrier spit
Committee proposes accelerated schedule for affordable housing
- plan to create at least 27 new units each year for the next three years
Chatham woman testifies in DC
- the FDA and the big business of organic foods
Lighthouse tours expect 50,000th visitor
- tours of the Chatham Lighthouse begin next week
Teardown forum Saturday
- forum sponsored by the Chatham Alliance for Preservation and Conservation

Harwich beach nourishment to become board priority
- private property owners look to purchase dredged sand
Town funding on the line for Chase, Harwich Port Libraries
- finance committee and selectmen may not approve $22,630 for satellite libraries
Wastewater management funding before town meeting
- town meeting asked to fund study
Harwich Port parking dispute
- argument over lot between Waystack Realty and Cranberry Liquors
E. Harwich Village Center looks at sustainability
- looking to prevent sprawling commercial zone
Culture roundtable planned
- council presents "an afternoon of authors"

Blue Devils break out hot bats after vacation break
- Chatham's high powered performance
Rough Riders cruise past Cohasset for 16th straight win
- team comes out strong after break

A moveable beach
- people crowd Scatteree town landing to get a glimpse of the breakRead the rest of the Chronicle here.

oracle_01Headlines from the Harwich Oracle:
Saving Chase
- Harwich satellite library in jeopardy
Village planners eye smart growth options
- workshop planned to address development in East Harwich
Crusaders start season with six-pack of wins
- so far, so good at Cape Cod Tech
"Bloom" banks on good weather
- Brewster in Bloom planners pray for blue skies
Around town
- more Harwich news

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