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    Implementation Report and Watershed Reports

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    The 2017 Implementation Report recognizes the success toward implementation in all 15 towns and the region over the past year, and acknowledges the challenges that remain. It identifies 11 priority watersheds in the region where action must be taken over the next 12 months.

    The Commission is also releasing watershed reports that outline potential nitrogen management scenarios for each of the Cape’s 53 embayment watersheds. For many communities, watershed reports reflect years of planning and progress.

    The Implementation Report reviews the progress made toward improving the regulatory process to better meet the challenges of diffuse, non-point source nutrient pollution and accommodate the use of non-traditional approaches. Once the Implementation Report is approved by state and federal regulators, the Cape Cod Commission will provide towns with further guidance on changes to the regulatory review of water quality management plans and local implementation for the coming year.



    Appendix B: Watershed Reports

    Upper Cape

    Lower Cape

    Mid Cape

    Outer Cape


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