Coastal Flood Statement issued January 20 at 3:20PM EST until January 21 at 12:00PM EST by NWS

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FALMOUTH — A proposal for a 78-room hotel and 100-seat restaurant at the corner of Main Street and Scranton Avenue would redevelop a property where a vacant and deteriorating bank building now sits, provide jobs and supply about $200,000 in annual real estate and room taxes, according to the project’s proponents.But the development, planned by Westport-based Lafrance Hospitality Corp., has several reviews ahead before it can move forward. And its first step is proving to [...]

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