Chatham & Harwich news, May 10, 2007
‘Cape Wind’ Author Recounts Storm Over Wind Farm Project
Whatever your stance on the wind farm project proposed for Nantucket Sound, when you read “Cape Wind” by Wendy Williams and Robert Whitcomb (on right this week on NECN, photo courtesy of Greg Auger.)
Town Bans Navigation In New Cut
CHATHAM — There’s no way to know if the new break in North Beach will become an established inlet, but town officials and coastal property owners aren’t taking any chances. The town has banned power boats from traveling through the washover, and coastal residents on the mainland are coming together to talk about armoring the shoreline.
Teachers File For Mediation As Contract Talks Stall
School Funding Challenged In First Night of Town Meeting
HARWICH --- Voters sprinted through 45 articles on opening night of town meeting Monday, adopting an operating budget of $44,683,047, battling over school funding and agreeing to spend $1 million for a new police station design and a comprehensive wastewater management plan.
Libraries Get Funding In Final Town Meeting Session
HARWICH --- Voters chose tradition over fiscal policy on the final night of town meeting on Tuesday, going against the recommendations of selectmen and the finance committee to approve $22,630 to support the Chase and Harwich Port libraries.
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