What to charge for trash; Case against off-duty cop; 30 years at the library

Bourn'es RR bridge from the water
   You'll have to take a canal cruise to see Bourne's Railroad bridge from this angle. By John Fitts

Upper Cape News, April 26, 2007

The Upper Cape Codder covers news in the towns of Sandwich and Bourne and is owned by Gateway Media.  The locally owned Enterprise covers the news in Falmouth, Sandwich, Bourne and Mashpee.

uccUpper Cape Codder Headlines:
Case against Bourne officer goes to town adminstrator
- patrolman denies uttering racial slurs and acting in an intimidating manor while off duty
Bourne looks to future with transfer station
- town may retain interest in the Upper Cape transfer station
Bourne loves a parade: 4th of July event in planning stages
- planning begins for Independence Day celebration
Sandwich plan calls for more playing fields
- envisioning a central locale for exercise and athletics on Quaker Meetinghouse Road
Editorial: Sandwich gets the recycling message
- DPW pushes recycling, hopes to clean up town and save some cash
Cubellis, selectmen not talking about CanalSide
- selectmen have yet to contact developer about municipal use of land
Gear on ferries will monitor condition of ocean water
- SSA will help WHOI collect valuable oceanographic data
The art of the car
- Upper Cape Cod Regional Tech students tackle car design
Consultant's efforts fall short of expectations
- town tells consultant to bring more professional creativity to study effort
Monument Beach Marina will open May 1
- opening remains on schedule
Bourne library reacts to patron's comments
- odd remarks and off-hand comments being taken more seriously these days
Connor celebrates 30 years at Sandwich Library
- library director remarks, "it hasn't seemed like work." 

Read the rest of the Upper Cape Codder here.
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Enterprise-NewspapersHeadlines for the Enterprise:
Falmouth: Foster family provides safe harbor for teenagers
- Couple have opened their home to close to 400 strangers
Region: Governor weighs in on energy, economy
- Deval at Mattacheese
Mashpee: Ira Brown resigns post as business manager
- Brown leaving school department after eight years
Bourne: Waste from SEMASS a concern for some
- Lively debate sparked over per ton charge
Sandwich: Sea Shell Village gains planning board approval
- After two public hearings, project is approved

Read the rest of the Enterprise Newspapers here

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