Cotuit Prudential Committee Meets Today

Cotuit Fire District Prudential Committee

Monday July 27, 6pm, REMOTE

View Agenda HERE

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https://us02web.zoom.us/j/3462071880

Meeting ID: 346 207 1880

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Governor Announces Travel Order

The Governor announced that effective August 1st, all travelers entering Massachusetts—both out of state residents and Massachusetts residents returning home—must comply with a new travel order. This includes students returning to campuses for the fall semester. View Travel Order HERE

The new travel order requires all visitors and returning residents to fill out a “Massachusetts Traveler Form” unless they are coming from a state that has been designated a lower risk COVID-19 state or fall into an exemption category. The new travel order also provides that visitors and returning residents arriving in Massachusetts from any place other than a COVID-19 lower-risk state must quarantine for 14-days unless they can produce a negative COVID-19 test result administered on a sample taken not more than 72-hours prior to arriving in Massachusetts.

More details on this order will be posted and available at www.mass.gov/matraveler

 

ATTENTION!!! Cotuit Water Users

EFFECTIVE IMMEDIATELY

THE COTUIT WATER DEPARTMENT HAS DECLARED
A STATE OF WATER SUPPLY CONSERVATION

•Please avoid all outside water use between the hours of
8:00 AM and 6:00 PM.

•Residents living in homes on the odd numbered sides
of streets are asked to water lawns and gardens on odd
numbered days only.

•Residents residing on even numbered sides of streets
are requested to water lawns and gardens on even
numbered days only.

•Install rain shutoff devices on automatic irrigation systems. If
devices are already installed, check for proper operation.

•Water conservation kits are available at no charge upon
request.

PLEASE USE WATER WISELY!

Water

2020 PARKING PERMITS – BEACH STICKERS

Beach chairs

2020 TOWN OF BARNSTABLE

PARKING PERMITS- A.K.A. BEACH STICKERS

Required Year Round 

Beginning May 26, 2020 Stickers will be available online HERE

            Beach Stickers Available through Mail – Information HERE

Lifeguards, bathhouses and gate attendants will begin on June 27, 2020.

Vote by Mail

Vote By Mail
In July, a new law was passed to allow all registered voters in Massachusetts to vote by mail in any 2020 election, with no excuse needed.
As required by the new law, a Vote by Mail application has been mailed to every person who was registered to vote by July 1 and who has not already requested an absentee ballot for the State Primary or for all elections this year. A second mailing will be sent out in September to all voters who have not already applied for a Vote by Mail ballot for the November election. The applications are pre-addressed to your local election official and no postage is necessary.
Vote by Mail applications must be delivered to your local election office no later than 4 business days before the election. For the State Primary ballot, your application must reach your local election office no later than August 26. For the State Election ballot, your application must reach your local election office no later than October 28.
If you wish to vote by mail, you are strongly encouraged to return your application as early as possible, to make sure that you will receive your ballot in time to return it and have it be counted. If you’re applying for a State Primary ballot, this application must arrive at your local election office by August 26. For November 3 State Election ballots, the application must arrive by October 28.
Vote by Mail applications are available for download HERE
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