Notes from the July 28 selectmen's meeting.
Campers also cleared garden beds at the Mullen-Hall Elementary School garden, conducted a food drive at Stop & Shop for the Falmouth Service Center, made lunch for a Habitat for Humanity work crew, and played games with residents of the Royal...
A tutorial on how to raise monarch butterflies in one’s own home will take place August 2 from 10 to noon at the Waquoit Congregational Church parish hall.
Speakers at the meeting included selectmen, town manager, town clerk and a Community Emergency Response Team representative.
In his quarterly report to selectmen, Chief Dunne said the number of service calls is up 7 percent over last year, with a total of 14,000 calls.
No statement beyond the announcement of the resignation has been issued, and a copy of the resignation letter was not shared.
Planet Aid's website says the collection boxes are emptied twice a week. However, bins in Falmouth are often overflowing with clothing, both in and out of plastic bags.
Assistant town manager Heather B. Harper said it will cost between $800,000 and $1.2 million to replace the 40-year-old irrigation system that currently serves the nine-hole course and part of the 18-hole course.
A newly established technology club now provides a community and forum for students to learn programming and basic hardware engineering.
Top of the list is for the senior center to be centrally located, large enough for Falmouth's increasing population of seniors, and easily accessible.