Upcoming Precinct 7 & Town Meetings April

Town Council Committee to Analyze Management Practices & Policies (CAMPP) – Wednesday April 1, 5pm, Town Hall

Charter Review Committee – Thursday April 2, 6pm, Town Hall

Town Council Meeting – Thursday April 2, 7pm, Town Hall

Monthly Precinct 7 Open Meeting – Wednesday April 8, 3pm, Cotuit Library 

Town Council Parking Committee – Thursday April 9, April 9, 6pm, Town Hall

Town Council Roads Sub-Committee Meeting – Monday April 13, 5:30pm, Town Hall 

Town Council Parking Committee – Tuesday April 14, 9am, Barnstable Police Station

Town Council Committee to Analyze Management Practices & Policies (CAMPP) – Wednesday April 15, 5pm, Town Hall

Charter Review Committee – Thursday April 16, 5pm, Town Hall

Town Council Meeting April 16, 7pm, Town Hall

Dinghy Regulation Hearing – Friday April 17, 10am, Town Hall

Town Council Committee to Analyze Management Practices & Policies (CAMPP) Wednesday April 29, 5:30pm, Town Hall

South Main Street, Cotuit Reconstruction

Per Barnstable DPW Director, Daniel W. Santos, P.E. the South Main Street Reconstruction project should begin in earnest next week ( weather dependent, fingers crossed on both hands). Starting with street markings, flagging sign erection and tree removal  they plan to work until Memorial Day and have all of the drainage work and base course installation by then. Work will resume after Labor Day for final paving, guard rail installation , signage and striping. This project will effect South Ocean View Ave and Main Street intersection to Oregon Beach and Vineyard Road. More InformationRoad Construction

Winter Storm Thor

DPW UPDATE REGARDING ROADS

“We will continue to plow throughout tonight until the snow stops and all roads have been plowed and cleaned up. Keep in mind that this will not be accomplished as quickly or as effectively as people are used to due to the continued presence of enormous amounts of snow on the sides of roads as well as the hard pack snow and ice.

Tomorrow (Friday) we intend to treat all secondary roads with a mixture of 2:1, sand:salt; the highest concentration that we have ever applied to secondary roads. The salt in combination with forecast sun and warming temperatures over the next several days should loosen the hard pack up so that we can begin to remove it from the roads. We will continue to salt, monitor, and scrape until the roads are clear”.