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Monday January 13, 2020 (1 week, 2 days ago)


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Extensive public comment at last Thursday’s Barnstable Town Council meeting offered a snapshot of what’s foremost on residents’ minds this new year: water quality, short-term rentals, plastics’ proliferation, and 5G wireless technologies.Taking up by far the most audience seats was a Marstons Mills contingency. Their spokesperson, Amy Mesirow, said she represents 58 residents who are concerned that excessive nutrients in the water closed Long Pond last summer for more days than [...]

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