Wellfleet selectmen will hold several public hearings to discuss key topics including the dredging of Wellfleet Harbor. Photo by Maggie Kulbokas.
The Wellfleet Board of Selectmen will kick off a series of public hearings beginning on Tuesday, July 14. Each of the public hearings will be held on a Tuesday at 7:05 p.m. at the Wellfleet Council of Aging at 715 Old Kings Highway.
The schedule of hearings is subject to change. Additional hearings may also be added, according to a notice from selectmen.
The topics are as follows:
- Tuesday, July 14: Snow and ice removal and maintenance on private paved and unpaved roads. According to a memorandum from earlier this year, the Town of Wellfleet has 140 private paved roads (50.25 lane miles) and 192 private unpaved roads (60.58 lane miles). Additional information is available here.
- Tuesday, July 21: Route 6 and Main Street Intersection Improvement Project: Public input on design choices will be solicited. Four design altermatives created by FST (Fay, Spofford and Thorndike, LLC of Burlington) are available for review on the Town's website here.
- Tuesday, July 28: Dredging. The Board will present information about the current status of dredging Wellfleet Harbor and future plans.
- Tuesday, August 4: Amendments to the shellfish regulations. Selectmen will discuss proposed amendments to the current regulations governing shellfishing.
- Tuesday, August 11: Marina and mooring regulations: Selectmen will discuss proposed amendments to the current regulations governing the marina and moorings.