An Update from our Beach Liaison (After Annual Meeting); Defibrillator Donation

Our third update after the Annual Meeting is a report on the August 22nd Beach Committee meeting when our Beach Liaison, Lorraine Luchner, conveyed your concerns prompting a lively discussion.  To see the Falmouth Town Code regarding beaches, referred to below, click on this link:  http://www.ecode360.com/9073532. 1.  Ball playing on the beach is prohibited per …

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An Update from our Traffic Liaison (after the Annual Meeting)

Our second update after the Annual Meeting, addressing members’ concerns,  is a report from our Traffic and Safety Liaison, Gerry Ryan: The Traffic Advisory Committee (TAC) meets on the 3rd Monday of each month, 9 AM, at Town Hall.  The Committee members include  Barbara Pratt (Chairperson/Parking Hearing Officer), Police Sgt. Sean Doyle (Committee’s point of …

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An Update From Our Police Liaison (After Annual Meeting)

At our Annual Meeting on Saturday, August 4, 2012, many members voiced concerns about alcoholic beverage consumption on the beaches, the upcoming Falmouth Road Race, and other traffic and safety issues. Recently, with restoration of some of the funds cut from past years’ budgets, Police Chief Riello reinstated the Neighborhood Police Liaison Officer Program wherein …

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July 4th Fireworks

Falmouth fireworks were voted top 10 in the nation by Travel and Leisure Magazine.  Come enjoy the festivities!  The fireworks are scheduled for Wednesday, July 4th, at dusk off the coast at Falmouth Heights Beach. Much of the cost of the fireworks is borne by the public.  If would like to contribute, send your check …

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1980s Newsletters

We have just added newsletters from the 1980s to the Brochures and Newsletters page (click on link top left): 1981-84 (10 pages) and 1985-1987 (12 pages).  They tell interesting stories about: our court case against Yesterday’s and The Brother’s Four, making the Heights an Historical District Area, various zoning changes, the Heights bluff erosion and repair, traffic …

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