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August 18, 2015
New Commission members

The Cape Cod Commission welcomed three new members this year.

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June 22, 2015
Gov. Baker certifies Section 208 Plan Update, submits to EPA

COMMISSION TO HOLD CAPE-WIDE MEETING SET TO REVIEW WMA DESIGNATIONS, JUNE 24http://capecodcommission. org/208/final – Full Plan http://capecodcommission. org/208/summary – Summary and Introduction http://capecodcommission. org/208/appendices – Appendices Gov.

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June 22, 2015
New planning tools feature in RPP Update

DEMONSTRATION GIVEN TO CAPE PLANNERS, BARNSTABLE PLANNING BOARDThe Cape Cod Commission is using technology to help define the past, present and possible future of Cape Cod’s unique communities.

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June 22, 2015
Barnstable County Marine Water Quality Monitoring Program obtains state funding

$500,000 PROGRAM TO LAUNCH IN FY2016BARNSTABLE COUNTY, MA – Barnstable County will expand its marine water quality monitoring to include all estuaries and key near shore stations with $250,000 in...

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June 19, 2015
Regional Transportation Plan released for public comment

The Cape Cod Metropolitan Planning Organization, (MPO) released the draft 2016 Regional Transportation plan for public review.

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June 18, 2015
Barnstable Area Regional Trends: Spring 2015

“We live in a world of data…” With its sharp introduction video, the Cape Cod Commission released its new quarterly newsletter known as BART, or Barnstable Area Regional Trends, at the...

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June 18, 2015
Regional Transportation Plan 2015 Survey Results

The Cape Cod Metropolitan Planning Office (MPO) is currently updating the Regional Transportation Plan (RTP) for Barnstable County.

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June 18, 2015
Traffic and parking study launched in Provincetown

BLUETOAD TECHNOLOGY TO HELP CHART TRAVELThe amount of commercial and recreational activity in the relatively small area of Provincetown is unique on Cape Cod and presents both challenges and opportunities.

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April 7, 2015
Section 208 Plan submitted, WMA designation discussions up next

The Cape Cod Commission submitted its final draft of the Section 208 Areawide Water Quality Management Plan to the Massachusetts Department of Environmental Protection March 16.

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April 7, 2015
FAQ: WMAs and the June 15 Deadline

The Cape Cod Commission and the towns of Cape Cod are obligated under a settlement agreement between the Conservation Law Foundation (CLF) and United States Environmental Protection Agency (U.

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