My New Year's wishes for Cape Codders

And an invitation for you to add yours
And feel free to add your own...

A wish for a vigorous and happy (and active) retirement to Cleon Turner, Therese Murray and Deval Patrick.

A new carpet bag for Scott Brown.

A pot shop or ten for former Congressman Delahunt.

A shout out to the Dennis-Yarmouth schools for their computer science program.

A fond farewell to Barnstable Superintendent Mary Czajkowski, we hardly knew her, but are glad we did.

Relief for Nauset Superintendent Richard Hoffmann from being nibbled to death by grinches.

For Monomoy High, some school choice applications to bring relief for Harwich taxpayers.

Something nice for Nauset Middle School's summer science institute.

Global warming lures the great white sharks further north and helps our endangered sea turtles and pilot whales to avoid of beaches, and all our coyotes swim back to the mainland for cooler climes.

The Assn. for Protection of Nantucket Sound closes shop and the Cape Wind farm project starts construction.

Mashpee Wampanoags get approval for casino.

Gas prices plummet to under $1 a gallon and force electricity rates down while upsetting Russia and Iran's belligerency.

Hundreds of new trees to replace the state's bungled clear cutting on Route 6.

The Masonic Angel Fund is presented the national highest medal of honor by President Obama for its Laptops for Kids program.

Our thanks for the new Chatham Orpheum Theater and maybe even a premiere for "The Interview". Click the image on right for a sneak preview.

A big thanks to local police and fire for looking after our safety.

A big welcome to Bridgewater State’s new campus in Yarmouth.

A roadmap for Orleans drivers new roundabout.

Please add your New Year's wishes in a comment below.

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