The Bourne Board of Health met in a joint session with the Bourne Board of Selectmen June 10 to discuss a site and development agreement between the town and Harvest Power, Inc.
During a brainstorming session the selectmen, along with town administrator Thomas M. Guerino, settled on five topics that they feel will need particular attention over the next 12 months.
The Cape Cod Canal Chamber of Commerce has been offering the Concerts in the Park series for the past 25 years.
Stomping Grounds Grille will be setting up shop at 240 Main Street, Buzzards Bay.
The event would close Main Street from the parking lot at Buzzards Bay Park to Wallace Avenue.
Following the reduction topic was a vote to increase the number of preschool and kindergarten classes at the two elementary schools.
Francis A. McDonald, vice president of operations for MMA, said the expansion of the dining hall was necessitated by a substantial increase in the school’s student population, as well as the institution’s expected growth.
Bourne DPW superintendent George W. Sala said that MassDOT is willing to work with the town, and the Cape Cod Commission is in the process of conducting its own traffic study of the area.
Upper Cape Cod Regional Technical School and the state Department of Conservation and Recreation just cut the ribbon on a new gatehouse for Scusset Beach.
Lane closure will be Wednesday, June 11.