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Town Council is working to deal with rising costs for trash disposal, we have details from last night’s workshop on this episode of Barnstable Today.
Trash will take center stage at a Town Council workshop tonight, the Agricultural Commission hopes to expand community gardens in town, and we learn more about the new day program for the homeless in Hyannis.
The Marine and Environmental Affairs Department may soon cap the number of moorings in Lake Wequaquet, experts say improving bike paths can increase tourism, and we learn more about the local meals tax with Finance Director Mark Milne.
On today's episode: Superintendent of Schools Dr. Mary Czajkowski comments on a recently released school safety report, Town Manager Tom Lynch is taking the Senior Managers Meeting on the road to Osterville this week, and work is underway at the Bay Street Boat Ramp. These stories and more on today's episode of "Barnstable Today".
We have details from last night’s Town Council meeting on this episode of Barnstable Today.
Town Council meets tonight, Hyannis West Elementary School gets the green light to continue it’s community garden, and a state grant will help fund a day shelter for the homeless.
The park at Veteran’s Beach in Hyannis will soon be getting an upgrade, a state grant will help fund a day program in Hyannis for the homeless, and we learn more about the town’s revenue fund with Finance Director Mark Milne.
A new museum could open in Hyannis by next summer, Superintendents from across the state will gather on Cape Cod this week, and a man who continues to follow his dream after a life altering accident will speak at Cape Cod Community College Wednesday.
The Sandy Neck Board will consider a new parking permit for non-residents, the Planning Board hopes to find a solution to overcrowded parking lots in Hyannis, and find out what Veterans Beach has to offer.
A local bar will have to close its doors for a few days this fall, we have details on how to keep mosquitoes at bay, and new parking meters on Ocean Street will soon be operational.