As of noon October 31,2016, DMF has lifted the ASP (Amnesic Shellfish Poisoning, (ASP)) ban. North Bay will open on November 1st for shellfishing. Prince Cove and the Mills River remain closed.
At a recent meeting of the Cotuit Civic Association at Freedom Hall, the Town of Barnstable’s Growth Management Director, JoAnne Miller Buntich, introduced the land planning firm, BETA. They presented existing condition and overlay concept plans for a roadside path connecting existing along the entire length of Putnam Avenue to Main Street, Cotuit. There were many questions from the night’s attendees.
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To date, this project has been funded using a mitigation fund put in place during the time of the Stop and Shop construction. That fund was used to construct both a single sided and double sided sidewalk from Route 28 to Sampsons Mill Rd. This million dollar plus project will need broad community support to proceed. If you would like to view the plans in person they are available at Town Hall M-F 8:30-4:30 in the Barnstable Growth Management Department, 3rd. Floor, 367 Main Street, Hyannis. Comments are welcome or call Town Hall with questions 508-862-4678.
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