Dennis has built dunes to protect some areas. Never heard of using pitch pines. I guess we need to consider promoting a strategy to plant more of this tree along our coastal areas to slow erosion.
“Food” for thought. I wonder if there are any grants for composting barrels?
Soon, a solar panel that even historic preservationists will easily be able to support!
Dennis comes in with 19% of Community Preservation Act funds spent on housing initiatives.
Any Dennis-Yarmouth Teachers interested?
From the NOAA Website:
NOAA’s Teacher at Sea Program is NOW ACCEPTING applications for its 2015 Field Season. The deadline for applications–including letters of recommendation–is September 30, 2014 at 5 p.m. Eastern Time.
Link: NOAA Teacher At Sea
An interesting read. As we continue expanding our sidewalk network we need to consider the land uses served by these investments. Recently I walked the Route 28 corridor targeted for sidewalk upgrades with the Health Director and Chair of the Dennis Port Revitalization Committee. Future housing opportunities was a part of the conversation for this area. Perhaps the needs assessment in this report can provide us with some guidance.