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    The Reporter, Newsletter of the Cape Cod Commission

    The Cape Cod Commission REPORTER is updated regularly on-line. Email subscriptions are available here, or by contacting info@capecodcommission.org.


    In Review: OneCape 2018

    Over the two days of this year’s OneCape Summit, a clear and consistent message was heard from state, local and regional leaders: Cape communities live up to the conference’s name, speaking as one Cape on key issues. The design of this year’s OneCape summit, hosted annually by the Cape Cod Commission, sought to reinforce that […]

    Grant Awarded to Update Municipal Stormwater Programs

    Stormwater drainThe Cape Cod Commission, through its District Local Technical Assistance (DLTA) grant program, has awarded a total of $40,000 in grant and matching funds to the Cape Cod Stormwater Managers group.  This funding is being used to assist Cape Cod communities in updating their stormwater management programs and meeting the requirements of the newly issued […]

    Mashpee Rotary Study to begin

    The Cape Cod Commission, under a contract from the Massachusetts Department of Transportation (MassDOT), will conduct a transportation planning study of the Mashpee Rotary.

    August 2018 Regulatory Update

    Herring River Restoration Project Towns of Wellfleet and Truro The purpose of the project is to restore habitat in and re-establish tidal flow to the 1,100 ac. +/- Herring River estuary and floodplain system.  The project received its final MEPA certificate on 7/15/16, which effectively referred the project to the Cape Cod Commission as a […]

    OneCape Registration Opens

    2018 OneCape August 16 and 17The Cape Cod Commission has hosted the OneCape Summit annually since 2014.

    Chatham approves Master Bicycle Plan

    2017 Chatham Bike Plan Public MeetingThe Town of Chatham recently approved a Bicycle Master Plan

    Stormwater Update: MS4 Permits

    Stormwater projectThe factors influencing stormwater runoff can be complex, but decreases in natural and forested areas which readily absorb precipitation coupled with increases in impervious areas (surfaces like roofs, pavement, parking lots and roadways) have led to greater amounts of stormwater runoff. 

    Pleasant Bay Targeted Watershed Management Plan Moves Forward

    Pleasant BayThe Towns of Harwich, Brewster, Chatham and Orleans are one step closer to a Watershed Permit for Pleasant Bay.

    Communities by Design: Orleans, Eastham and Falmouth

    Compact design graphicFinding the right balance between community need, community preference and financially viable development is the goal of a new effort by the Cape Cod Commission.

    June Regulatory Update

    June 2018 Regulatory Update


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