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04/24/2017 Finance Committee workshop on school budget proposal set for live broadcast on CETV
04/24/2017 Greenbelt trails reopen to all users
04/20/2017 School volunteer-policy revisions look to ease requirement for references, prohibit social media posts
04/20/2017 Schools' interim director of teaching and learning appointed to two-year term
04/20/2017 Hazardous Waste Collection and E-Waste Collection Saturday, May 13
04/19/2017 Council satisfied with new definition of 'accessory building'
04/19/2017 Conservation Committee review of potential Shore Acres greenbelt sites extended to June 30
04/19/2017 Town hoping for grant to assess condition of marsh culverts
04/18/2017 Todd Robbins appointed town tree warden
04/18/2017 Mark your calendars: Fort Williams has something for everyone this spring
04/15/2017 Josh Dennison, equipment operator, earns MDOT 'Roads Scholar' distinction
04/12/2017 Town office, library closed for Patriots Day April 17; Recycling Center open 10 a.m.-7 p.m.
04/12/2017 Muddy conditions close greenbelt trails to all but pedestrian traffic
04/12/2017 School Board adopts $24.9 million budget for 2017-18
04/11/2017 Proposed resolution 'welcoming all people' referred to council workshop
04/11/2017 Award for outstanding citizenship goes to former manager McGovern
04/10/2017 Community Services takes delivery of long-awaited senior minibus
04/10/2017 Safely dispose of your unused, unwanted meds on Drug Takeback Day April 29
04/07/2017 School Board agrees to restore some priorities to 2017-18 budget proposal
04/04/2017 Database shows more than 4,000 properties unclaimed by Cape residents
03/29/2017 Interim school superintendent to continue as search yields no final candidates
03/25/2017 April 1 deadline for new Homestead property-tax exemption applications
03/20/2017 Request an absentee ballot for June 13 election
03/17/2017 School Board recognizes Cape's advance to finals in National Science Bowl
03/17/2017 New job description assigns case-management, support duties for special educators
03/15/2017 Council refers two requests for rezoning to Planning Board
03/15/2017 Withdrawn application for small-cell wireless antennas prompts town to re-examine ordinance, policies
03/15/2017 Spurwink Rod and Gun Club operating license extended 90 days
03/13/2017 Cancellations for Tuesday, March 14
03/13/2017 Municipal budget recommendation up 1.4 percent, would add 11 cents to tax rate
03/13/2017 Opening on Comprehensive Plan 2019 Committee
03/13/2017 Cape High one-act 'There Will Come Soft Rains' returns March 19 & 20
03/06/2017 Second inspection set for houses served by Ottawa Road sewer pump station
03/06/2017 Spring Sundays: Refuse-disposal area open four Sundays beginning April 23
03/06/2017 Bradbury's 'There Will Come Soft Rains' on Cape High stage March 7 & 8
03/06/2017 Middle School Drama presents 'Willy Wonka Jr.' March 10-12
03/03/2017 School Board takes first look at $24.7 million budget proposal for 2017-18

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