Fire Commisioners Candidates Night

Come meet the candidates running for Commissioner in the upcoming Hyannis Fire District elections to be held in May 2014. When: GHCA General Meeting, April 22, 2014, 7PM to 9PM Where: Selectman’s Conference Room, Hyannis More »

Tulips, Treats, and Tours

This is a fund raiser for the Hyannis Public Library and the Hyannis Supporting Our Youth Task Force.  Click once on the image below to learn more. More »

GHCA Board of Directors Openings

To all GHCA Members.  Would you like to take a more active part in matters which affect the neighborhoods, citizens, businesses, and general quality of life in our community?  If so, join More »

Barnstable Patriot Editorial on New Fire Station

For your reference, here is the editorial that appeared in the Barnstable Patriot last week regarding the Hyannis Fire Station – quite a tribute to the work the GHCA has done on More »

Current Letter to Fire Commissioners

Here is a copy of the letter the GHCA Board approved Bill Cronin to send to the Hyannis Fire District Commissioners and Chief Brunnelle outlining our support and commitment in helping to move More »

Result of Fire Station Vote

The proposed $19.8m new Hyannis Fire District building was voted down by voters at the special district meeting on March 5th at BHS. There were 379 total votes counted, 210 Yes, 169 No. The vote needed More »

Fire Commisioners Candidates Night

Come meet the candidates running for Commissioner in the upcoming Hyannis Fire District elections to be held in May 2014. When: GHCA General Meeting, April 22, 2014, 7PM to 9PM Where: Selectman’s Conference Room, Hyannis Town Hall Topic: Hyannis Fire District Commissioner candidates

Tulips, Treats, and Tours

This is a fund raiser for the Hyannis Public Library and the Hyannis Supporting Our Youth Task Force.  Click once on the image below to learn more.

GHCA Board of Directors Openings

To all GHCA Members.  Would you like to take a more active part in matters which affect the neighborhoods, citizens, businesses, and general quality of life in our community?  If so, join the GHCA Board.  We meet the second Tuesday

Barnstable Patriot Editorial on New Fire Station

For your reference, here is the editorial that appeared in the Barnstable Patriot last week regarding the Hyannis Fire Station – quite a tribute to the work the GHCA has done on this project, representing the interests of the greater

Current Letter to Fire Commissioners

Here is a copy of the letter the GHCA Board approved Bill Cronin to send to the Hyannis Fire District Commissioners and Chief Brunnelle outlining our support and commitment in helping to move the building project forward.

Result of Fire Station Vote

The proposed $19.8m new Hyannis Fire District building was voted down by voters at the special district meeting on March 5th at BHS. There were 379 total votes counted, 210 Yes, 169 No. The vote needed a 2/3 majority (or 252 votes) to pass,

GHCA Opinions of New Fire Station Costs

In case you didn’t see them, here are three letters which appeared in the Barnstable Patriot or the Cape Cod Times over the past few days regarding the cost of the new Hyannis Fire Station.  All three give differing views on

New “Neighbors Helping Neighbors” Sign

Pat Richards, from the “Neighbors Helping Neighbors” (NHN) watch group in the Chase Street area would like to thank all those who contributed to the cost of placing this “Neighbors Helping Neighbors” sign near the corner of South and Chase

New Performing Arts Center Survey

Cape-Cod-Survey-for-Residents-01.09.14 The Cape Cod Symphony and Conservatory of Music & Arts, Inc. (CCSCMA) has engaged AMS Planning & Research Corp., a national arts management consulting firm, to conduct a feasibility study for the creation of a new performing arts center in

Monthly Board Minutes are Posted

Did you know that the monthly Board of Directors’ meeting minutes are posted each month?  All members of the GHCA are invited to attend these monthly Board meetings, but if you cannot attend, we encourage you to review the minutes to stay

New Neighborhood Programs

Pat Richards, from the “Neighbors Helping Neighbors” (NHN) watch group in the Chase Street area, south of Main Street, attended the GHCA Board Meeting on September 10th to report on three new neighborhood programs which are available to other NHN communities in

Reminder – Please Renew Your GHCA Membership

Just a friendly reminder to renew your annual membership if you have not already done so.  Membership dues are currently our main source for income in support of the many committees and events we sponsor, such as the Christmas Harbor

GHCA Supports Two Local Organizations

At the monthly Board of Directors meeting on April 9, the GHCA was pleased to donate $150 each to the Hyannis Public Library and the Hyannis Supporting Our Youth (HYSOY) organizations. Pictured in photo #1 are (left to right) Glorial

Basic Principles to Cape Cod’s Waste and Drinking Water Issues

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Water is an important natural resource for Cape Cod.  As various individuals and organizations look into the problem of preserving this vital natural resource for future generations, the GHCA, with the Hyannis Chamber of Commerce and other Cape associations, has