Cape Cod Marathon and Relay Sunday, October 2, 2022, 8:00am – noon’ish

Regarding this weekend’s Marathon: We spoke with the Falmouth Police who said some roads may be closed during the Marathon, but had no specific instructions as in past years. The Marathon office was on voice mail. Town announcement: https://www.falmouthma.gov/calendar.aspx?eid=2137 Please see the Marathon route map here. You may want to avoid driving in the areas …

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Member Comments, 2022 Asics Falmouth Road Race

Member’s street addresses provided Worcester Court – No one parked on Worcester Court and I did not have people stopping to ask to park on our lawn; the traffic congestions during and after the race was minimal – a very pleasant experience compared to previous years. Central Park Court – Congratulations to the event organizers …

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Sewering Little Pond Reduced Nitrogen in Groundwater

The following article was published by The Falmouth Enterprise on August 26, 2022: Data Show Sewering Falmouth’s Little Pond Reduced Nitrogen In Groundwater • By GILDA GEIST The sewering of Little Pond watershed in 2016 appears to have significantly reduced the amount of nitrogen in the surrounding groundwater, committee member and Marine Biological Laboratory scientist …

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FHMNA Educates Falmouth Residents about Mayflower Wind’s Intentions

It has come to the attention of the FHMNA Board of Directors that there are many Heights/Maravista residents, and in fact, Falmouth residents, who are still unaware of Mayflower Wind’s intentions to run cables possibly through the Heights and other Falmouth neighborhoods to hook up electricity generated offshore to the MA grid. Although Mayflower Wind …

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Falmouth Heights Homeowners React Warily To Historic Designation

Below, see The Falmouth Enterprise article published Friday, 8/5/22, pages 1-2: “Falmouth Heights Homeowners React Warily To Historic Designation” with this correction on 8/12/22, page 2: “A story in last week’s edition on the Falmouth Historical Commission’s proposal to create a historic district in Falmouth Heights stated that a proposal to create a historic district …

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Falmouth Attorney Confirms the State Has the Authority to Override Decision if Select Board and Town Meeting Vote to Deny Mayflower Wind’s Request for Falmouth Landfall

Can Mayflower Wind install the proposed electric cable and substation in Falmouth without Town approval? This is a question asked of the Falmouth Assistant Town Manager Peter Johnson-Staub and the response from the Falmouth Town Counsel Maura O’Keefe. The response came to us as a .pdf, so please click here to read the full text. …

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Crown Circle Potential Historic District

On April 21, 2022, residents of Crown Circle and the surrounding streets received a letter from the Falmouth Historical Commission (FHC) discussing the possibility of establishing a Local Historic District for the area. On May 16, 2022, the FHC sent another letter announcing a Zoom Meeting on 6/8/22. On May 23, 2022, the FHC letter …

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Mayflower Wind: Announcement of a Motion to “Temporarily suspend” their Petition for Landfall in Falmouth

For your information, on 7/29/22, we received the following email from our Falmouth Select Board Chairperson with respect to our ongoing opposition to Mayflower Wind’s intended cable routing through the Falmouth Heights neighborhood: To: FHMNA Hello Mr. Buzanoski: The Select Board was notified today that Mayflower Wind has temporarily suspended their application to come to …

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Mayflower Wind’s Sponsorship Of Falmouth Fireworks Sparks Debate

The following is from The Falmouth Enterprise: Mayflower Wind’s Sponsorship Of Falmouth Fireworks Sparks Debate By TAO WOOLFE, Jul 8, 2022 Spectators came from all over on Monday, July 4th, to watch the Falmouth fireworks show, but most were unaware of a quieter firestorm that preceded the display. The Falmouth Fireworks Committee, which has been …

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