My 2015 Christmas Gift List

For local Pols and Persons who were naughty or nice
Add your "Gift" ideas at the bottom. Art courtesy of Wki Commons

(Add your own gift suggestions in the comment area at the bottom  of this page)

Dan WolfIsland Air
David CurranNo accidents after 9pm
Masonic Angel Fund: This increable local charity becomes a CNN's Hero winner
Charlie BakerRINO of the year award
John Cox4Cs becomes a 4-year college
Brian Hyde:  A copy of "How to make friends and influence people"
Town of Yarmouth:  A board of selectmen that can work together, especially on appointing a town administrator
Monomoy Regional Schools:  Lessons in thrift from Scrooge & Marley.
Mashpee & Bourne: New Charter Schools for both of these Upper Cape towns.
Nauset Regional Middle School: An award for being the state's most innovative.
Eric Hieser at Sturgis Charter:  A well-earned retirement
Barnstable Town Manager Tom Lynch:  A town council that appreciates his excellent work
Yarmouth Police: More money in their budget to keep up their good work.
Sandwich Policxe Chief Peter Wack gets the Barry Eldrege "Touch Cop": award.
Town of Eastham:  300 units of 40B housing at former Tee-Time
Rep. Tim Whalen:  Five golden rings for being so responsive to media
Cape Winter Road Crews:  All the hot cider you can drink for keeping us safe
Homeless in Hyannis:  Some local housing or a one way ticket back to Boston.
Provincetown: A couple thousand more year-rounders.

If you have any ironic or satirical "Gift suggestions for Cape Codders", add them below.


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