Representative Patrick To Co-Chair Energy Group
FALMOUTH- State Representative Matthew C. Patrick (D - Falmouth) will put his expertise and experience to use as the new co-chairman of the Council of State Governments/Eastern Regional Conference’s (CSG/ERC) Energy and Environmental Committee.
Appeals Board Holds Firm On Size Of Condo Project
FALMOUTH- A developer’s plans to convert the Ideal Spot Motel in West Falmouth into a six-unit condominium complex may not go forward as currently designed.
FALMOUTH- Layoffs may be coming at Falmouth Town Hall, as town leaders struggle to come to terms with what Falmouth Town Manager Robert L. Whritenour Jr. said is a $2 million shortfall in the town’s coffers.
FALMOUTH- Despite a week’s delay due to bad weather, there was no lack of Christmas cheer as hundreds of onlookers lined Main Street to cheer on friends, floats, and flipping gymnasts at the 45th annual Christmas parade Sunday.
FALMOUTH- The six applications before the Community Preservation Committee, one of which was submitted this week, were all deemed eligible for funding last night.
Technology Creates Opportunities For Student Involvement
FALMOUTH- The iPod sits charging on a docking station, perched on an old wooden desk. If this were any other environment, one would expect music to blare out of the iPod when in use.
FALMOUTH- Eric T. Gura, owner of Pie in the Sky in Woods Hole, stood under a canopy in front of his bakery yesterday morning and watched as cold rain drizzled on the empty sidewalk.
Questions Raised About Business Relationship
FALMOUTH- Ethics questions are swirling around a Nantucket newspaper’s endorsement of Timothy Madden of Nantucket, who was elected last month as state representative for the Barnstable, Dukes, and Nantucket District, which includes parts of the town of Falmouth.
Forum Will Introduce Weatherization Initiative
FALMOUTH- CIRenew is seeking volunteers for a community-based weatherization inititiative, including crew leaders with carpentry skills, plus others interested in helping people save energy and money.
County Reverse 911 System Put To Use With Alert On Main Street Closing
FALMOUTH- Some Falmouth residents were surprised last week to receive a recorded call from the Barnstable County Sheriff’s Department alerting them to Sunday’s parade and the fact that Main Street would be closed.
Court Case Against Falmouth Man Charged With Sex Offense Continued
FALMOUTH- The case against the Falmouth man, and convicted sex offender, who was arrested and charged in July for allegedly attempting to entice a underage girl to watch him perform lewd acts over the Internet, was continued until Friday, December 19.
FALMOUTH- Sunday morning’s fickle weather posed challenges for Falmouth Chamber of Commerce officials who had to make a last-minute decision to postpone the 45th annual Christmas Parade to Sunday, December 14.
FALMOUTH- Wind machine will power wastewater facility.
FALMOUTH- Falmouth Firefighter Christopher H. Brown received a “Firefighter of the Year Award” from Massachusetts Governor Deval L. Patrick at Faneuil Hall in Boston, Wednesday.
FALMOUTH- In an effort to minimize expenses, the Falmouth High School Building Committee has reduced its monthly compensation for project manager Gilbane of Needham and has temporarily discontinued utilizing the services of project liaison Judith Garvey.