Parking meters, Little Pond, snow removal updates

“Two-Hour Parking Considered For Main Street”, Falmouth Enterprise article, Friday, 12/11/15: http://www.capenews.net/falmouth/news/two-hour-parking-considered-for-main-street/article_e6c5a697-e0f9-5cb6-868d-cc4f0b6cd970.html does not mention it, but the Selectmen voted to approve removal or bagging of the parking meters at the area surrounding the Falmouth Heights Beach. As of 12/12, the meters have been removed. At the Selectmen’s meeting on Monday, 12/7/15, just after his …

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Town Meeting Votes Yes for Grinder Pump Policy and No for New Maximum Building Heights

Article 3, to increase the allowed height of buildings, by right, from 35’ to 40’ in a flood plain (affecting both the Heights and Maravista) was voted down at Town Meeting on Monday, November 9, 2015. See details in the Falmouth Enterprise article “Town Meeting Says No To New Maximum Building Heights” at http://www.capenews.net/falmouth/news/town-meeting-says-no-to-new-maximum-building-heights/article_3f5353c5-3554-5c8a-a7ad-db339d677aa5.html Article …

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Beaches & Grinder Pumps, your Association at work for you

Two articles of interest were published in The Enterprise on Friday, September 4, 2015, both quoting our President, Howard Grosser. While Howard is the primary Petitioner on the request to add an Article to the November Town Meeting, three other co-Petitioners are FHMNA members Andy Dufresne and Joe Netto and Precinct 1 Town Meeting Member …

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Gas Leaks in Falmouth

Friday’s Falmouth Enterprise (8/28/15), page 1, has an article entitled “Environmental Group Points To Gas Leaks”. See http://www.capenews.net/falmouth/news/environmental-group-maps-gas-leaks-pinpoints-in-falmouth/article_17f48958-4d9c-11e5-b6a7-4b0231023d06.html To view repaired and non-repaired leaks all over Massachusetts, see http://www.heetma.org/squeaky-leak/natural-gas-leaks-maps/   Scroll down to choose Falmouth to see the location of many repaired and 33 unrepaired leaks in our town. There are a number of repaired …

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Little Pond Sewer Meeting Draws 500 Residents

Below are some selected quotes from the Falmouth Enterprise article posted online Tuesday, July 14, 2015. To view the full article, click on: http://www.capenews.net/falmouth/news/little-pond-sewer-meeting-draws-residents/article_bd1a8542-2a4f-11e5-921a-a320e8716920.html “Selectmen voted Monday, July 13, in front of a 500-plus crowd on the maximum amount residents in the Little Pond sewer project area could be charged in betterment fees, which came …

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Sewer Equivalent Units Set Standards For Betterments

From The Falmouth Enterprise, June 5, 2015, page 11, Selectmen’s Meeting Notes. “Sewer Equivalent Units Set Standards for Betterments” by Carrie L. Gentile Selectmen agreed to using the sewer equivalent units (SEUs) standard when apportioning the betterment to residents of the Little Pond sewer project. Public works director Raymond A. Jack explained to the board …

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