Cape Cod Resort and

Conference Center at Hyannis

35 Scudder Avenue

Hyannis, MA 02601

On-line Registration Closed

Door Registration Available

TECHNOLOGY SHOWCASE EXHIBITORS

DAY 1 PROGRAM

(TENTATIVE)

Thursday, June 22

Day one of the OneCape Summit is sponsored by The Nature Conservancy through a U.S. Environmental Protection Agency Southeast New England Watershed Restoration Program grant. With a focus on water quality, Day one will chart progress on implementation of the Cape Cod Water Quality Management Plan, also known as the 208 Plan Update. Updates to the technologies matrix, local advancement of nutrient management plans and expected next steps for the coming year are part of the Day One agenda. Don’t miss the technology innovation showcase presented by the Blue Economy Project of the Cape Cod Chamber of Commerce, the NorthEast Water Innovation Network and the Blue Institute of Cape Cod, Inc.

 

  • 9:00 Registration and Technology Showcase

    Technology innovation showcase presented by the Blue Economy Project of the Cape Cod Chamber of Commerce, the NorthEast Water Innovation Network and the Blue Institute of Cape Cod, Inc.

  • 10:30 OPENING REMARKS

    Kristy Senatori

    Deputy Director

    Cape Cod Commission

  • 10:35 KEYNOTE SPEAKER:

    Commonwealth of Massachusetts

    Matthew Beaton

    Secretary, Executive Office of Energy and Environmental Affairs

  • 10:50 KEYNOTE SPEAKER:

    U.S. Environmental Protection Agency

    Deborah Szaro

    U.S. Environmental Protection Agency Region 1 Acting Regional Administrator

  • 11:10 Review of 208 Plan Update Implementation and Cape Cod Water Quality Monitoring Program

    Paul Niedzwiecki

    Executive Director

    Cape Cod Commission

  • 11:45 Water Quality Technologies Matrix Overview

    Heather McElroy

    Natural Resources Specialist

    Cape Cod Commission

    DRAFT AVAILABLE

    Technologies Matrix Update

    Public Comment through July 22

  • 12:05 LUNCH

    Technologies Matrix Update

    Attendees are welcome to attend a discussion on the first update to the technologies matrix. The process and proposed updates will be addressed by the 2017 Technologies Matrix Review Committee. Space is limited.

     

    Explore the Innovation Showcase and
    Cape Cod Commission Black Box

    Located in the ballroom Foyer and Osterville room.

     

  • 1:30  Transferring the Cape Cod 208 Planning Process to Southeastern Massachusetts

  • 1:50 Overview of Progress Toward Shared Watershed Planning

    Case studies from Cape Cod communities

  • 2:20 Breakout Session Introduction

  • 2:25 BREAK

  • 2:40 BREAKOUT SESSIONS

    A. Transferring the Cape Cod 208 Planning Process to Southeastern Massachusetts

    Panel discussion with The Nature Conservancy and Southeastern Massachusetts stakeholders

     

    B. Shared Watershed Progress

    Panel discussion with Cape Cod Waste Management Agencies regarding shared watershed planning

     

    C. Compounds of Emerging Concern

    Tom Cambareri, Water Resources Technical Services Director, Cape Cod Commission

     

  • 3:30 Next Steps for 208 Implementation

    Paul Niedzwiecki

    Executive Director

    Cape Cod Commission

  • 4:00 Pleasant Bay Alliance Meeting

    Pleasant Bay Alliance will host a Joint Meeting of the Brewster, Chatham, Harwich, and Orleans Boards of Selectmen to discuss the Pleasant Bay Composite Nitrogen Analysis from 4:00 to 5:00 p.m. This meeting is open to the public.

     Location: Bass River Room

EVENING PROGRAM

ALL CAPE SELECTMEN AND
COUNCILORS’ SESSION

Thursday, June 22

  • 4:30 RECEPTION and REGISTRATION

    Selectmen and Councilors Meeting Reception in the Innovation Showcase

    All Cape Selectmen and Councilors Meeting Registration Opens

     

     Location: Ballroom Foyer and Osterville Room

     

  • 5:30 WELCOME & OPENING  REMARKS: Cape Cod Selectmen &  Councilors Association

    President:
    Susan Moran

    Falmouth Board of Selectmen Chair

     

    Incoming President:
    Tracy Post

    Yarmouth Board of Selectmen Chair

     

  • 5:50 KEYNOTE SPEAKER:

    Bradley Campbell, President, CLF

    Bradley Campbell
    President, Conservation Law Foundation

  • 6:10 DINNER

  • 6:30 OneCape Awards

    Awards will be presented on behalf of the Cape Cod Commission recognizing individuals and organizations for outstanding leadership and dedication to water quality on Cape Cod

     

  • 6:50 Panel Discussion with State and Federal Regulators

    Speakers will provide remarks and perspectives on efforts made on behalf of Cape Cod toward implementation of the Federal Clean Water Act Section 208 Area Wide Water Quality Management Plan Update over the last year.  There will be an opportunity for attendees to discuss and ask questions.

     

    Moderator:

    • Paul Niedzwiecki
      Executive Director, Cape Cod Commission

     

    Speakers:

    • Deborah Szaro
      Acting Regional Administrator for the Federal Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) Region 1
    • Gary Moran
      Deputy Commissioner, Massachusetts Department of Environmental Protection
    • Bradley Campbell
      President, Conservation Law Foundation
  • 7:30 The Future of Barnstable County Government

    Leo Cakounes

    Chairman of the Board of Regional Commissioners

  • 7:45 Closing Remarks

    Paul Niedzwiecki

    Executive Director

    Cape Cod Commission

DAY 2 PROGRAM

(TENTATIVE)

Friday, June 23

Day two of this year's OneCape summit will focus on housing, regional infrastructure planning and an overview of the Cape Cod economy. The Commission will issue the results of its Regional Housing Market Demand Study, developed through the spring by Crane Associates and Economic Policy Research (EPR). The day will also feature a panel discussion with local developers about Designing Our Communities and a closer look at regional capital infrastructure.

  • 8:00 REGISTRATION/ BREAKFAST

  • 9:00 OPENING REMARKS
    and Regional Policy Plan Overview

    Kristy Senatori

    Deputy Director

    Cape Cod Commission

  • An Overview of the Cape Cod Economy

    Paul Niedzwiecki

    Executive Director

    Cape Cod Commission

  • 9:30 KEYNOTE ADDRESS

    Dan Wolf, CapeAir CEO and former State Senator,
    Cape & Islands District

    Dorothy Savarese, President and CEO, Cape Cod Five Cents Savings Bank

  • 10:05 Cape Cod Regional Housing Market Analysis

    Michael Crane

    AICP, President, Crane Associates

     

    Jeffrey B. Carr

    Corporate President, Senior Economist, EPR

     

  • Housing Choice for Cape Cod Life Stages, Lifestyles and Incomes

    Panel discussion with Housing Market Analysis Review Team members facilitated by Heather Harper, Community Design Affordable Housing Specialist, Cape Cod Commission

     

    Panelists:

    • Michael Goodman, Public Policy Center
    • Michelle Jarusiewicz, Town of Provincetown
    • Susan Moran, Barnstable County Assembly of Delegates, Falmouth Board of Selectmen
    • Robert Talerman, Cape Cod Five Cents Savings Bank
    • Matthew Teague, REEF Cape Cod's Home Builder
    • Michael Crane, Crane Associates
    • Jeffrey B. Carr, EPR
  • 11:15 Community Development Partnership and Housing Assistance Corporation Announcement

    Alisa Galazzi, Housing Assistance Corporation

    Jay Coburn, Community Development Partnership

     

  • 11:40 Designing Our Communities

    A panel discussion with local developers moderated by Heather Harper, Community Design Affordable Housing Specialist, Cape Cod Commission

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    Panelists:

    • Andre Leroux, Executive Director, Massachusetts Smart Growth Alliance
    • Rob Brennan, Developer of Heritage Sands, Dennisport
    • Tom Feronti, Construction Manager, Mashpee Commons
    • Michael Galasso, Affordable Housing Developer and Chairman of Falmouth Economic Development Corp.
  • 12:25 LUNCH

  • 1:25 Cape Cod Climate Change Collaborative

    Richard Delaney

    President and CEO, Center for Coastal Studies

     

  • 1:40 Regional Capital Infrastructure
     & and Lightning Round Introduction

    Kristy Senatori

    Deputy Director

    Cape Cod Commission

  • Infrastructure Lightning Rounds

    Preview of tools and initiatives for community development planning:

    • Dredge Management System
    • NOAA Coastal Resiliency Tool
    • Stormwater Management
    • Regional Transportation Modeling
    • 3D Planning
  • 1:55 CLOSING KEYNOTE ADDRESS

    Julian Cyr

    Massachusetts State Senator, Cape and Islands District

  • 2:45 CLOSING REMARKS

    Paul Niedzwiecki

    Executive Director

    Cape Cod Commission