Cost to fill the inlet; Oprah picks Ptown author; Nauset Road turbines

Lower Cape Headlines, Friday, July 27, 2007

TCCHeadlines from the Cape Codder:
Officials weigh Beach Point development, water quality
- Fears of this part of Truro already being overdeveloped
Against the Tide: Wife's ordeal inspires husband to give back
- Owner of the Breakfast Room's involvement with Against the Tide honors wife
Cost to fill inlet: $4.1 million
- Now it goes to a vote
Revisions seek to boost accessory apartments
- affordable housing remains a challenge for young families
Wind turbine committee seeks compromise
- members of new ad hoc committee to review proposed plan and location
Alzheimer's benefit set for August 5
- Mary Houk, owner of Sandpiper Gallery in Wellfleet has raised thousands over the years
Unused groceries help stock pantry
- Family Pantry in Harwich encourages summer vacationers to donate unused food
Get ready for the Taste of Chatham
- This annual fundraiser is sure to please
Ptown author gets boost from the Big O
- Oprah chooses local author's book for her coveted book club
Orleans
- Wastewater meetings come up
Eastham
- Special town meeting warrant open
Wellfleet
- Affordable housing choices a big issue
Truro
- Plovers force closure of beach lot
Provincetown
- Should Commercial Street be repaved?

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bannerHeadlines from the Provincetown Banner:
Belfry put back on top
-Belfry returns to grace the top of a once historic church, now the town library
Accentuate the positive
- School superintendent Waugh wants to redefine the small in small school
Victory of the Rose Dorothea, 100 years later
- Remembering the nexus of the age of sail & the age of fishing
Animal shelter gets new permit
- Zoning board hurdle passed, shelter moves forward
Sewer construction update
- check Banner for schedule
Trieff reflects on the human condition
- Revered painter rarely show signs of slowing down
Squidda raps around the sound
- Local boy band makes the club circuit

Read the rest of the Provincetown Banner here

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