Selectmen Approve More Great Bay Street Sections to be Closed

On Monday, 10/29/18, the Board of Selectmen approved additional section closings on Great Bay Street requested by Peter McConarty, Deputy Director of Public Works. The meeting can be watched on FCTV Video On Demand (scroll to hour:minute 2:55 through 3:13).  Mr. McConarty used 5 slides (see links below) to describe the history and current requests for …

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Helmis Circle 40B Approved by ZBA & ConCom

Helmis Circle 40B project update from member and Helmis Circle neighbor Ed Jaloweic: Both the Zoning Board of Appeals (ZBA) and Conservation Commission (ConCom) have approved the Helmis Circle 40B project. The developer has appealed the ConCom decision to the Department of Environmental Protection (DEP) on several points and that appeal is still pending. The major issues …

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LPSSA: Garbage Disposals allowed – note from Amy Lowell

We received the following information from Amy Lowell about garbage disposals in the LPSSA: “Garbage disposals are not prohibited for sewer connections in Falmouth, whether gravity or low pressure or grinder pump. “However, property owners should be aware that garbage disposals increase water use and can cause plumbing or sewer problems if not used properly.  …

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Annual Meeting Minutes & Answers (Golf Carts, Neighborhood Watch); Bylaws; Route 28 Plans.

2018 FHMNA Annual Meeting DRAFT Minutes are now available on our website. Answers to questions posed at the Annual Meeting 8/4/18, provided by Sargent Jim Cummings, Police Liaison to the Heights and Maravista (jcummings@falmouthpolice.us or 774-255-4527 x4561):           Golf Carts.  Golf carts and other “Low Speed Vehicles” can now be registered and are assigned special LV plates by …

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LPSSA – 94% of Heights owners hooked up to the sewer. Maravista deadline extended to 4/30/19.

The following is an article posted online by the Falmouth Enterprise, Cape News: “Fines, Legal Action Could Be Taken Against Falmouth Sewer Holdouts” By BRAD COLE, Falmouth Enterprise online Tuesday 6/5/18. Falmouth residents who refuse to connect to the Little Pond area sewer system will face fines and legal action. Wastewater Superintendent Amy Lowell told …

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