Sewers; Selectmen, Skate Parks and Seniors

Upper Cape News, May 4, 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:
Part of Bourne's history is going into the landfill
- the demo delay bylaw up for review
Bourne to tech school: cut the budget
- selectmen will not support the pending $10.7 million budget
Sandwich town meeting goal is greater participation
- 32 article town meeting warrant for next Monday 
Skate park will be "better than ever"
- improvements, clean-up in the works
School Days success: special needs students get a boost
- first ever Cape Cod School Days Games
Residents will have voice in appointments
- Bourne selectmen to receive assessments and input
Wastewater study may be key to future development
- study divides Bourne, some areas need sewers more than others

Read the rest of the Upper Cape Codder here.
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Enterprise-NewspapersHeadlines for the Enterprise:
Falmouth: Looking forward to helping seniors live at home
- helping folks who prefer their own homes to assisted living
Region: "Working poor" leaving Cape as population decreases, ages
- Barnstable County Department of Human Services sees changing demographics
Mashpee: Foreclosures taking toll, leaving lessons in wake
- 63 homes in Mashpee already affected this year
Bourne: Traffic takes center stage at CanalSide hearing
- traffic considered biggest issue, but not the only issue
Sandwich: candidates tackle questions, trade barbs during forum
- voters turn out to meet, test candidates

Read the rest of the Enterprise Newspapers here

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