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State funds will enable Cape Cod Community College to launch an airplane mechanic program, the town council roads subcommittee will continue work on finding a way to pay for private road repairs, and find out about renovations being made at Barnstable Municipal Airport.
A federal grant will help local fire departments pay for much needed training, new parking meters go online today in Hyannis, and we have some important biking safety tips from Police Chief Paul Macdonald.
Barnstable Little League is one step closer to getting a new field, an effort to preserve the land surrounding Lowell park in Cotuit awaits a vote, and the Hyannis Youth and Community Center could soon have an upgraded skate park and basketball court.
Details from this morning's Licensing Authority Hearing on this episode of Barnstable Today.
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.