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Town staff prepares for e-permitting, the Barnstable Early Learning Center is set to break ground, and find out what you need to know to stay safe during the upcoming blizzard. These stories on this episode of Barnstable Today.
We have details about last night's Town Council Meeting on this episode of Barnstable Today.
Barnstable Municipal Airport is getting a new Assistant Manager, job seekers are getting help from a local organization, and we talk with Cape Cod Healthcare's Cheryl Bartlett who was recently appointed as the Executive Director of the organization's Cape Cod Regional Substance Abuse Prevention Initiative.
A local motel will need to make changes to keep its license, Barnstable wins a grant from the Environmental Protection Agency to deal with storm water run off, and the Barnstable Police Department assists with a record breaking drug bust.
An after school program at one local elementary school is making some big impacts on young lives, the School Committee grapples with replacing Superintendent of Schools Dr. Mary Czajkowski, and the program of studies for Barnstable High School moves forward.
Updates are being made to the Transportation Center in Hyannis, a big meeting tonight to discuss a possible third bridge, plus find out what’s on the agenda for tonight’s School Committee Meeting.
A local motel is forced to make some changes, the real estate market going strong in Barnstable County, and find out what meetings will be held tonight at Town Hall.
A grant will help pay for the first controlled burn at Crocker Neck in Cotuit, residents hope a study will help identify problems surrounding Stewarts Creek, and find out what the Hyannis Area Chamber of Commerce has in store for 2015.
A local restaurant could lose its license following a drug bust on the property, the Superintendent of Barnstable Public Schools is moving on, and find out how you can get an inside look at Barnstable Town Government.