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Monday December 09, 2019 (1 month, 2 weeks ago)


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ORLEANS – Orleans selectmen heard concerns from Police Chief Scott MacDonald and Natural Resources Manager Nathan Sears last week on traffic and safety problems on Doane Way and Priscilla Road. There are six parking spaces at the Nauset Harbor estuary at the end of Doane Way and eight available at Priscilla Beach, which… .

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