South Coast Comprehensive Wastewater Management Plan

The Water Quality Management Committee requests your input by the end of November regarding their “South Coast Comprehensive Wastewater Management Plan” If you have a passionate interest in our coastal water bodies, consider becoming a FHMNA liaison to the various town committees which deal with this issue. Our liaisons check relevant committee agendas for items …

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Beach Staffing Reduced (Enterprise, 8/23/2019, page 7)

Update 8/27: “until further notice” messages may not be printed in the Enterprise, but on the Beach Dept. website “News Flash” From today’s Enterprise (8/23): “As the summer season begins to wind down, the Falmouth Beach Department has reduced services at some beaches, beach superintendent Bruce G. Mogardo said Monday. Beginning this week, beaches that …

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Helmis Circle 40B Update

As reported at the FHMNA Annual Meeting on 8/3/2019, neighbors of Helmis Circle have initiated a lawsuit against the Little Pond Village construction. The lawsuit court date is in September, 2020. No building can take place until the court rules. See the Enterprise article, “A Long Road Ahead for Plaintiffs in Chapter 40B Lawsuit“, published …

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Great Pond – Call the Conservation Commission at 508-495-7445 to ask when/if you need to move your small craft.

On July 12, 2019, regarding removal of small water craft from Great Pond, the Enterprise Editorial  “Small Craft and Wetlands” printed that the “First step will be to post signs. Next step will be boater education before further enforcement actions are taken.” If you have a small craft in Great Pond, call the Conservation Commission …

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