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Wednesday June 26, 2019 (3 months, 2 weeks ago)


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A presentation of the town’s Comprehensive Wastewater Management Plan, a vote to approve an $8.5 million sewer expansion, and initial discussion of how much sewer hookups may cost residents were the highlights of the June 20 Barnstable Town Council meeting.Submitting a financial plan for how the town plans to support wastewater management is a state mandate. The plan is still in draft form and will be presented to the council in September. But part of the first phase of sewering is [...]

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