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Friday November 08, 2019 (1 week ago)


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Protect Our Cape Cod Aquifer aka POCCA, will have members and supporters on Beacon Hill next Tuesday at 1 p.m. to testify and advocate on behalf of a slew of bills that they believe will protect and sustain our drinking water.The public hearing is in room A-2 of the Statehouse and POCCA President Laura Kelley of Eastham hopes there will be 50 people speaking on behalf of the legislation.State Sen. Julian Cyr (D-Truro) is the author of S477/H776 that would give towns the right [...]

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