This report confirms many of the continuing needs for housing in Dennis. More housing choices and more rental housing.
Not trying to be commercial, but this soccer pitch has to make one think, what are the possibilities for powering the future. The lights are powered through kinetic energy, like wristwatches have been for many years. Could kinetic energy collections systems be built into our roads?
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.