Cleaning Up The Heights And Maravista

FHMNA hosted a cleanup day in the Heights and Maravista on April 29 about which the Enterprise reported: Cleaning Up The Heights And Maravista, Apr 29, 2017 (https://www.capenews.net/falmouth/news/cleaning-up-the-heights-and-maravista/article_5c1d4804-9205-5d6a-95a4-bf7cb2912608.html) The Falmouth Heights-Maravista Neighborhood Association held a cleanup day on Saturday, April 29. Volunteers met at Central Park, where bags were provided. After collecting trash in the neighborhoods, …

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Stricter Beach Rules Among Petitioner Articles Filed

From Falmouth Enterprise Online, 8/29/17: Stricter Beach Rules Among Petitioner Articles Filed, By Derrick Perkins “Proponents of a petitioner article restricting ballplaying, music, drones, large umbrellas and other irritants at Falmouth’s beaches say the proposal is meant to spark discussion of a decades-old bylaw. “There are people just saying that the beach is a less welcoming …

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2017 New Balance Falmouth Road Race, Sunday August 20, 2017

Report from Director Gerry Ryan, Liaison to Road Race Committee, given at our 8/5/17 Annual Meeting. See www.falmouthroadrace.com The New Balance Falmouth Road Race will celebrate its 45th year on August 20, 2017 starting at 8 am. The number of registered runners has remained the same as previous years: 12,800. The race committee has, and …

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FHMNA Continuing Efforts to Improve Beach Experience

The following letter from the FHMNA Board was published in the Falmouth Enterprise on July 7, 2017, page 5.  The editorial referenced by that letter can be found at https://www.capenews.net/falmouth/opinion/safety-is-top-priority-for-lifeguards—editorial/article_44627774-9e9b-5020-9aeb-c3e5116915e3.html Everyone Entitled To Pleasant Beaches The title of last week’s editorial “Safety Is Top Priority For Lifeguards” was neither news nor clarification.  We all agree …

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TROUBLE AT THE BEACH? Numbers to put into your cell phone.

If  you observe activities on the beach that violate bylaws, rules or both (smoking, drinking, disruptive ball/projectile playing, dogs on the beach, etc.), please note that the official ‘chain of command’ is: (1) COMPLAIN to the LIFEGUARDS. If the lifeguards do not/are not able to respond or control the behavior, (2) FOR RULE VIOLATIONS (Smoking, disruptive …

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