An Afternoon of Jazz

The purpose of this second Open House and Public Meeting is to update participants on the Master Plan Study progress, sale including draft conceptual alternative, medical and provide an opportunity to ask questions of CCRTA staff and its engineering and planning consultant team. CCRTA is seeking public input to help it realize a vision for the HTC that has community support.

Hyannis Transportation Center Transit Oriented Development Master Plan Study

Wednesday, cure December 5, 2012 

Open House: 5 PM to 6 PM

Presentation and Public Input: 5 PM

Hyannis Transportation Center, 215 Iyannough Road

 First Floor Conference Room

The purpose of this second Open House and Public Meeting is to update participants on the Master Plan Study progress, sale including draft conceptual alternative, medical and provide an opportunity to ask questions of CCRTA staff and its engineering and planning consultant team. CCRTA is seeking public input to help it realize a vision for the HTC that has community support.

Hyannis Transportation Center Transit Oriented Development Master Plan Study

Wednesday, cure December 5, 2012 

Open House: 5 PM to 6 PM

Presentation and Public Input: 5 PM

Hyannis Transportation Center, 215 Iyannough Road

 First Floor Conference Room

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The Town Council voted and approved the New VoV LRR Ordinance CH 160 Chronic Problem Properties, search This ordinance was worked on through a Town Council Workshop on 1/10/13, viagra and re-submitted before the Council on 1/17/13. Additional discussion ensued and amendments were made, and a final draft was approved by the Council. This ordinance will allow the police department to engage the landlord or property owner in problems in the properties they own. It allows the dialogue to start early, and leaves adequate time for them to be heard and address the situation before being assessed costs. This is a great win for the residents of Barnstable in helping them to take back their neighborhoods, and improve their quality of life.

The Town Council voted and approved the proposed amendment to existing Ordinance CH 59 Comprehensive Occupancy, This ordinance changes the age of the “Occupant” from 22 down to 18. This will help to address the properties which are over-crowded with 18 – 21 year olds, who have entered into a lease agreement, but is not considered over crowded because before they were not a “legal occupant.”  This will go a long way to minimize the over-crowded rental properties that have disrupted our neighborhoods for a long time.

The remaining ordinance proposals are scheduled for a workshop on 2/14/13, and will be resubmitted for Public Hearing before the Council on 2/21/13. These ordinances are:

CH133 (Existing) – Noise Ordinance proposed change which will add the property owner/landlord accountable for chronic noise violations

CH170 (Existing) – Rental code proposal to increase the fine for violations from $100 to $300.

CH 54 (NEW) Property Maintenance – setting minimum standards for properties that are detrimental and devaluing our neighborhoods;

A copy of the remaining ordinances which have n ot been finalized is posted on this web site under Voices of the Village -> Task Forces -> Landlords, Rentals, and Regulations.

A big thanks to all of the Greater Hyannis residents who started this message and process through the Voices of the Village, and who worked hard on helping us be successful in getting these two passed.  Please continue your support as we work to get the remaining ones through the process and approved.

Laura Cronin

 
Regarding Saturday’s boat parade:

I have heard a rumour that one is supposed to let you know. Never knew of that before but anyway, viagra if our lights arrive this week and I can get them rigged and working, medicine Marmalade, viagra sale a 25′ catboat, will be circling with the crowd.

See you out there.

G’luck

Ian McColgin

AUTHOR: Ian McColgin
AUTHOR EMAIL: ianmccolgin@gmail.com
AUTHOR URL:
SUBJECT: [Greater Hyannis Civic Association] Contact Us
IP: 24.61.189.28
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[Name] => Ian McColgin
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[Message] => Regarding Saturday’s boat parade:

I have heard a rumour that one is supposed to let you know. Never knew of that before but anyway, if our lights arrive this week and I can get them rigged and working, Marmalade, a 25′ catboat, will be circling with the crowd.

See you out there.

G’luck

Ian McColgin
)

Regarding Saturday’s boat parade:

I have heard a rumour that one is supposed to let you know. Never knew of that before but anyway, viagra if our lights arrive this week and I can get them rigged and working, medicine Marmalade, viagra sale a 25′ catboat, will be circling with the crowd.

See you out there.

G’luck

Ian McColgin

AUTHOR: Ian McColgin
AUTHOR EMAIL: ianmccolgin@gmail.com
AUTHOR URL:
SUBJECT: [Greater Hyannis Civic Association] Contact Us
IP: 24.61.189.28
Array
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[Name] => Ian McColgin
[Email] => ianmccolgin@gmail.com
[Website] =>
[Message] => Regarding Saturday’s boat parade:

I have heard a rumour that one is supposed to let you know. Never knew of that before but anyway, if our lights arrive this week and I can get them rigged and working, Marmalade, a 25′ catboat, will be circling with the crowd.

See you out there.

G’luck

Ian McColgin
)

Greater Hyannis Civic Association Board Meeting Report – November 13, there 2012

The following topics were discussed at the November Board of Directors Meeting.

Robert O’Leary from the Hyannis Chamber of Commerce spoke to us about joining with them and other Cape associations to agree upon and adopt 5 basic principles which apply to the Cape Cod Waste Water issue.  The 5 principles are:

  • We have a nitrogen problem.
  • We cannot afford to ignore the problem
  • Whatever we do it must be scientifically based and environmentally sound
  • Whatever we do it must be done in the most financially responsible way
  • We must educate our constituents and ourselves on the issue

The GHCA Board agreed to adopt these principles but we asked that they also add drinking water to the issue in addition to waste water.

Bob Lister from the Cape Maritime Museum spoke to us about his project involving 4 kids who are building a boat.  He would like to display the boat in Bismore Park during the harbor lighting.  The Board agreed.

Harbor Lighting Event:  event is from 4 – 8 in Bismore Park on December 1 as part of the Hyannis Xmas Stroll.  We now have two safe-serve people working the event. One volunteered to be trained and one volunteer was already trained. We are having a problem getting a lot of boats to decorate and participate due to the fact that many were taken out of the water for the storms. Santa will come ashore on the fire department boat.  There was also a request for helpers to decorate in the afternoon and also to work the event at night.  We will be serving chowder, cialis cookies, viagra coffee and hot chocolate.

We will be adding a large barrel of annuals to our garden spot at the intersection of Pleasant and South Street.

Voices of the Village Update: Hyannis Supporting Our Youth is starting their mentoring program on November 25th. The Landlords, Rentals and Regulation task force is meeting with the Hyannis Town Councilors on December 6 regarding the new proposed ordinances.  The Neighborhood Watch program is still in effect and available for neighborhoods who would like to participate.

The BoD approved the idea of placing an ad in the Patriot and Enterprise regarding our monthly Board meetings in order to get more members and other citizens to attend.

Forms are being filled out to obtain rates for insuring the GHCA Board of Directors.

The December BoD meeting will include a Q&A session with the lead architect for the new Hyannis Fire Station and also a presentation by Dick Murphy from Homeless not Helpless organization.  All are encouraged to attend.
Regarding Saturday’s boat parade:

I have heard a rumour that one is supposed to let you know. Never knew of that before but anyway, viagra if our lights arrive this week and I can get them rigged and working, medicine Marmalade, viagra sale a 25′ catboat, will be circling with the crowd.

See you out there.

G’luck

Ian McColgin

AUTHOR: Ian McColgin
AUTHOR EMAIL: ianmccolgin@gmail.com
AUTHOR URL:
SUBJECT: [Greater Hyannis Civic Association] Contact Us
IP: 24.61.189.28
Array
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[Name] => Ian McColgin
[Email] => ianmccolgin@gmail.com
[Website] =>
[Message] => Regarding Saturday’s boat parade:

I have heard a rumour that one is supposed to let you know. Never knew of that before but anyway, if our lights arrive this week and I can get them rigged and working, Marmalade, a 25′ catboat, will be circling with the crowd.

See you out there.

G’luck

Ian McColgin
)

Greater Hyannis Civic Association Board Meeting Report – November 13, there 2012

The following topics were discussed at the November Board of Directors Meeting.

Robert O’Leary from the Hyannis Chamber of Commerce spoke to us about joining with them and other Cape associations to agree upon and adopt 5 basic principles which apply to the Cape Cod Waste Water issue.  The 5 principles are:

  • We have a nitrogen problem.
  • We cannot afford to ignore the problem
  • Whatever we do it must be scientifically based and environmentally sound
  • Whatever we do it must be done in the most financially responsible way
  • We must educate our constituents and ourselves on the issue

The GHCA Board agreed to adopt these principles but we asked that they also add drinking water to the issue in addition to waste water.

Bob Lister from the Cape Maritime Museum spoke to us about his project involving 4 kids who are building a boat.  He would like to display the boat in Bismore Park during the harbor lighting.  The Board agreed.

Harbor Lighting Event:  event is from 4 – 8 in Bismore Park on December 1 as part of the Hyannis Xmas Stroll.  We now have two safe-serve people working the event. One volunteered to be trained and one volunteer was already trained. We are having a problem getting a lot of boats to decorate and participate due to the fact that many were taken out of the water for the storms. Santa will come ashore on the fire department boat.  There was also a request for helpers to decorate in the afternoon and also to work the event at night.  We will be serving chowder, cialis cookies, viagra coffee and hot chocolate.

We will be adding a large barrel of annuals to our garden spot at the intersection of Pleasant and South Street.

Voices of the Village Update: Hyannis Supporting Our Youth is starting their mentoring program on November 25th. The Landlords, Rentals and Regulation task force is meeting with the Hyannis Town Councilors on December 6 regarding the new proposed ordinances.  The Neighborhood Watch program is still in effect and available for neighborhoods who would like to participate.

The BoD approved the idea of placing an ad in the Patriot and Enterprise regarding our monthly Board meetings in order to get more members and other citizens to attend.

Forms are being filled out to obtain rates for insuring the GHCA Board of Directors.

The December BoD meeting will include a Q&A session with the lead architect for the new Hyannis Fire Station and also a presentation by Dick Murphy from Homeless not Helpless organization.  All are encouraged to attend.
Greater Hyannis Civic Association Board Meeting Report – November 13, mind 2012

The following topics were discussed at the November Board of Directors Meeting.

Robert O’Leary from the Hyannis Chamber of Commerce spoke to us about joining with them and other Cape associations to agree upon and adopt 5 basic principles which apply to the Cape Cod Waste Water issue.  The 5 principles are:

  • We have a nitrogen problem.
  • We cannot afford to ignore the problem
  • Whatever we do it must be scientifically based and environmentally sound
  • Whatever we do it must be done in the most financially responsible way
  • We must educate our constituents and ourselves on the issue

The GHCA Board agreed to adopt these principles but we asked that they also add drinking water to the issue in addition to waste water.

Bob Lister from the Cape Maritime Museum spoke to us about his project involving 4 kids who are building a boat.  He would like to display the boat in Bismore Park during the harbor lighting.  The Board agreed.

Harbor Lighting Event:  event is from 4 – 8 in Bismore Park on December 1 as part of the Hyannis Xmas Stroll.  We now have two safe-serve people working the event. One volunteered to be trained and one volunteer was already trained. We are having a problem getting a lot of boats to decorate and participate due to the fact that many were taken out of the water for the storms. Santa will come ashore on the fire department boat.  There was also a request for helpers to decorate in the afternoon and also to work the event at night.  We will be serving chowder, viagra cookies, coffee and hot chocolate.

We will be adding a large barrel of annuals to our garden spot at the intersection of Pleasant and South Street.

Voices of the Village Update: Hyannis Supporting Our Youth is starting their mentoring program on November 25th. The Landlords, Rentals and Regulation task force is meeting with the Hyannis Town Councilors on December 6 regarding the new proposed ordinances.  The Neighborhood Watch program is still in effect and available for neighborhoods who would like to participate.

The BoD approved the idea of placing an ad in the Patriot and Enterprise regarding our monthly Board meetings in order to get more members and other citizens to attend.

Forms are being filled out to obtain rates for insuring the GHCA Board of Directors.

The December BoD meeting will include a Q&A session with the lead architect for the new Hyannis Fire Station and also a presentation by Dick Murphy from Homeless not Hopeless organization.  All are encouraged to attend.

To All, ask
We are coming into the home stretch with the presentation to the Town Council on December 6 on the various ordinance proposals we’ve been working on the past 18 months.

We have come a long way, cialis 40mg and while we have received positive feedback and great support from all of the villages, web we still need everyone’s support and people in the seats when we go before the Council. On December 6th  we are asking all to come and speak on our behalf, or just sit in the audience for support.

Thank you for your continued support.

Best Regards,

Laura Cronin

Greater Hyannis Civic Association

To All, ask
We are coming into the home stretch with the presentation to the Town Council on December 6 on the various ordinance proposals we’ve been working on the past 18 months.

We have come a long way, cialis 40mg and while we have received positive feedback and great support from all of the villages, web we still need everyone’s support and people in the seats when we go before the Council. On December 6th  we are asking all to come and speak on our behalf, or just sit in the audience for support.

Thank you for your continued support.

Best Regards,

Laura Cronin

Greater Hyannis Civic Association
Just checking in to see if I am able to speak briefly with the membership tonight about mapping neighborhoods in Hyannis. I had spoken to Bill Cronin about this and am planning to attend unless you folks have another preference.
Thanks, salve Jo Anne

AUTHOR: Jo Anne Miller Buntich
AUTHOR EMAIL: joanne.buntich@town.barnstable.ma.us
AUTHOR URL: http://town.barnstable.ma.us
SUBJECT: [Greater Hyannis Civic Association] Contact Us
IP: 173.210.82.2
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[Message] => Just checking in to see if I am able to speak briefly with the membership tonight about mapping neighborhoods in Hyannis. I had spoken to Bill Cronin about this and am planning to attend unless you folks have another preference.
Thanks, Jo Anne
)

To All, ask
We are coming into the home stretch with the presentation to the Town Council on December 6 on the various ordinance proposals we’ve been working on the past 18 months.

We have come a long way, cialis 40mg and while we have received positive feedback and great support from all of the villages, web we still need everyone’s support and people in the seats when we go before the Council. On December 6th  we are asking all to come and speak on our behalf, or just sit in the audience for support.

Thank you for your continued support.

Best Regards,

Laura Cronin

Greater Hyannis Civic Association
Just checking in to see if I am able to speak briefly with the membership tonight about mapping neighborhoods in Hyannis. I had spoken to Bill Cronin about this and am planning to attend unless you folks have another preference.
Thanks, salve Jo Anne

AUTHOR: Jo Anne Miller Buntich
AUTHOR EMAIL: joanne.buntich@town.barnstable.ma.us
AUTHOR URL: http://town.barnstable.ma.us
SUBJECT: [Greater Hyannis Civic Association] Contact Us
IP: 173.210.82.2
Array
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[Name] => Jo Anne Miller Buntich
[Email] => joanne.buntich@town.barnstable.ma.us
[Website] => town.barnstable.ma.us
[Message] => Just checking in to see if I am able to speak briefly with the membership tonight about mapping neighborhoods in Hyannis. I had spoken to Bill Cronin about this and am planning to attend unless you folks have another preference.
Thanks, Jo Anne
)

christmas-boat-parade-usaThe annual Harbor Lighting event sponsored by the Greater Hyannis Civic Association occurred on December 1 as part of the Hyannis Christmas Stroll festivities.  Hundreds of people attended the event to greet Santa as  he arrived by boat via Hyannis Harbor to Bismore Park, nurse  accompanied by a backdrop of festive music provided by Cool 102.  Young and old enjoyed the chowder, more about
cookies, chips, coffee, and hot chocolate, donated by The Gourmet Brunch, Oceans and Cape Cod Potato Chips.

Thanks to very generous grants from the Hyannis Area Chamber of Commerce,  the Steamship Authority and the Hyannis Marina, there was an ornament-making tent for the kids, and cash prizes were awarded to the winners of the boat and business decorating contest as follows:

First place in the Large Boat Category was “Never Ends” owned by Troy Wood. Second place was “Marmalade” owned by Ian McColgin. The winner of the Small Boat category was “The Colonel” owned by Anders Olsen. Second place was the Cape Cod Maritime Museum’s catboat “Sarah” and third place was “Our Beach Stickah” owned by John Dougherty.

Oceans was the winner in the Business category, with The Black Cat coming in as runner-up.

 

To All, ask
We are coming into the home stretch with the presentation to the Town Council on December 6 on the various ordinance proposals we’ve been working on the past 18 months.

We have come a long way, cialis 40mg and while we have received positive feedback and great support from all of the villages, web we still need everyone’s support and people in the seats when we go before the Council. On December 6th  we are asking all to come and speak on our behalf, or just sit in the audience for support.

Thank you for your continued support.

Best Regards,

Laura Cronin

Greater Hyannis Civic Association
Just checking in to see if I am able to speak briefly with the membership tonight about mapping neighborhoods in Hyannis. I had spoken to Bill Cronin about this and am planning to attend unless you folks have another preference.
Thanks, salve Jo Anne

AUTHOR: Jo Anne Miller Buntich
AUTHOR EMAIL: joanne.buntich@town.barnstable.ma.us
AUTHOR URL: http://town.barnstable.ma.us
SUBJECT: [Greater Hyannis Civic Association] Contact Us
IP: 173.210.82.2
Array
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[Name] => Jo Anne Miller Buntich
[Email] => joanne.buntich@town.barnstable.ma.us
[Website] => town.barnstable.ma.us
[Message] => Just checking in to see if I am able to speak briefly with the membership tonight about mapping neighborhoods in Hyannis. I had spoken to Bill Cronin about this and am planning to attend unless you folks have another preference.
Thanks, Jo Anne
)

christmas-boat-parade-usaThe annual Harbor Lighting event sponsored by the Greater Hyannis Civic Association occurred on December 1 as part of the Hyannis Christmas Stroll festivities.  Hundreds of people attended the event to greet Santa as  he arrived by boat via Hyannis Harbor to Bismore Park, nurse  accompanied by a backdrop of festive music provided by Cool 102.  Young and old enjoyed the chowder, more about
cookies, chips, coffee, and hot chocolate, donated by The Gourmet Brunch, Oceans and Cape Cod Potato Chips.

Thanks to very generous grants from the Hyannis Area Chamber of Commerce,  the Steamship Authority and the Hyannis Marina, there was an ornament-making tent for the kids, and cash prizes were awarded to the winners of the boat and business decorating contest as follows:

First place in the Large Boat Category was “Never Ends” owned by Troy Wood. Second place was “Marmalade” owned by Ian McColgin. The winner of the Small Boat category was “The Colonel” owned by Anders Olsen. Second place was the Cape Cod Maritime Museum’s catboat “Sarah” and third place was “Our Beach Stickah” owned by John Dougherty.

Oceans was the winner in the Business category, with The Black Cat coming in as runner-up.

 
The annual Harbor Lighting event sponsored by the Greater Hyannis Civic Association occurred on December 1 as part of the Hyannis Christmas Stroll festivities.  Hundreds of people attended the event to greet Santa as  he arrived by boat via Hyannis Harbor to Bismore Park, pharmacy  accompanied by a backdrop of festive music provided by Cool 102.  Young and old enjoyed the chowder, cookies, chips, coffee, and hot chocolate, donated by The Gourmet Brunch, Oceans and Cape Cod Potato Chips.

Thanks to very generous grants from the Hyannis Area Chamber of Commerce,  the Steamship Authority and the Hyannis Marina, there was an ornament-making tent for the kids, and cash prizes were awarded to the winners of the boat and business decorating contest as follows:

First place in the Large Boat Category was “Never Ends” owned by Troy Wood. Second place was “Marmalade” owned by Ian McColgin. The winner of the Small Boat category was “The Colonel” owned by Anders Olsen. Second place was the Cape Cod Maritime Museum’s catboat “Sarah” and third place was “Our Beach Stickah” owned by John Dougherty.

Oceans was the winner in the Business category with The Black Cat coming in as runner-up.

 

To All, ask
We are coming into the home stretch with the presentation to the Town Council on December 6 on the various ordinance proposals we’ve been working on the past 18 months.

We have come a long way, cialis 40mg and while we have received positive feedback and great support from all of the villages, web we still need everyone’s support and people in the seats when we go before the Council. On December 6th  we are asking all to come and speak on our behalf, or just sit in the audience for support.

Thank you for your continued support.

Best Regards,

Laura Cronin

Greater Hyannis Civic Association
Just checking in to see if I am able to speak briefly with the membership tonight about mapping neighborhoods in Hyannis. I had spoken to Bill Cronin about this and am planning to attend unless you folks have another preference.
Thanks, salve Jo Anne

AUTHOR: Jo Anne Miller Buntich
AUTHOR EMAIL: joanne.buntich@town.barnstable.ma.us
AUTHOR URL: http://town.barnstable.ma.us
SUBJECT: [Greater Hyannis Civic Association] Contact Us
IP: 173.210.82.2
Array
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[Name] => Jo Anne Miller Buntich
[Email] => joanne.buntich@town.barnstable.ma.us
[Website] => town.barnstable.ma.us
[Message] => Just checking in to see if I am able to speak briefly with the membership tonight about mapping neighborhoods in Hyannis. I had spoken to Bill Cronin about this and am planning to attend unless you folks have another preference.
Thanks, Jo Anne
)

christmas-boat-parade-usaThe annual Harbor Lighting event sponsored by the Greater Hyannis Civic Association occurred on December 1 as part of the Hyannis Christmas Stroll festivities.  Hundreds of people attended the event to greet Santa as  he arrived by boat via Hyannis Harbor to Bismore Park, nurse  accompanied by a backdrop of festive music provided by Cool 102.  Young and old enjoyed the chowder, more about
cookies, chips, coffee, and hot chocolate, donated by The Gourmet Brunch, Oceans and Cape Cod Potato Chips.

Thanks to very generous grants from the Hyannis Area Chamber of Commerce,  the Steamship Authority and the Hyannis Marina, there was an ornament-making tent for the kids, and cash prizes were awarded to the winners of the boat and business decorating contest as follows:

First place in the Large Boat Category was “Never Ends” owned by Troy Wood. Second place was “Marmalade” owned by Ian McColgin. The winner of the Small Boat category was “The Colonel” owned by Anders Olsen. Second place was the Cape Cod Maritime Museum’s catboat “Sarah” and third place was “Our Beach Stickah” owned by John Dougherty.

Oceans was the winner in the Business category, with The Black Cat coming in as runner-up.

 
The annual Harbor Lighting event sponsored by the Greater Hyannis Civic Association occurred on December 1 as part of the Hyannis Christmas Stroll festivities.  Hundreds of people attended the event to greet Santa as  he arrived by boat via Hyannis Harbor to Bismore Park, pharmacy  accompanied by a backdrop of festive music provided by Cool 102.  Young and old enjoyed the chowder, cookies, chips, coffee, and hot chocolate, donated by The Gourmet Brunch, Oceans and Cape Cod Potato Chips.

Thanks to very generous grants from the Hyannis Area Chamber of Commerce,  the Steamship Authority and the Hyannis Marina, there was an ornament-making tent for the kids, and cash prizes were awarded to the winners of the boat and business decorating contest as follows:

First place in the Large Boat Category was “Never Ends” owned by Troy Wood. Second place was “Marmalade” owned by Ian McColgin. The winner of the Small Boat category was “The Colonel” owned by Anders Olsen. Second place was the Cape Cod Maritime Museum’s catboat “Sarah” and third place was “Our Beach Stickah” owned by John Dougherty.

Oceans was the winner in the Business category with The Black Cat coming in as runner-up.

 
christmas-boat-parade-usaThe annual Harbor Lighting event sponsored by the Greater Hyannis Civic Association occurred on December 1 as part of the Hyannis Christmas Stroll festivities.  Hundreds of people attended the event to greet Santa as  he arrived by boat via Hyannis Harbor to Bismore Park, ailment  accompanied by a backdrop of festive music provided by Cool 102.  Young and old enjoyed the chowder, search cookies, viagra sale chips, coffee, and hot chocolate, donated by The Gourmet Brunch, Oceans and Cape Cod Potato Chips.

Thanks to very generous grants from the Hyannis Area Chamber of Commerce,  the Steamship Authority and the Hyannis Marina, there was an ornament-making tent for the kids, and cash prizes were awarded to the winners of the boat and business decorating contest as follows:

First place in the Large Boat Category was “Never Ends” owned by Troy Wood. Second place was “Marmalade” owned by Ian McColgin. The winner of the Small Boat category was “The Colonel” owned by Anders Olsen. Second place was the Cape Cod Maritime Museum’s catboat “Sarah” and third place was “Our Beach Stickah” owned by John Dougherty.

Oceans was the winner in the Business category, with The Black Cat coming in as runner-up.

 
The VoV Landlords, viagra dosage Rentals, ampoule and Regulations (LRR) task force had a productive and interactive meeting with the Town Council on December 6th.  It was decided to meet in smaller groups with the Councilors, look other Barnstable Civic Associations, and interested cvitizens to address concerns raised at the December 6th meeting by re-working a few of the proposed ordinances, with the goal of being ready for a vote at the Town Council meeting on January 17th.

These sessions will be open to the public and the GHCA LRR Task Force is looking for the public’s input regarding recommendations for changes in the language of the ordinances. Watch this web site for the dates for the open meeting workshops.  Additionally, you can send recommended changes directly to the GHCA LRR task force via email at GreatHyannis@aol.com

A copy of the ordinances is posted on this web site under Voices of the Village -> Task Forces -> Landlords, Rentals, and Regulations.

 
The VoV Landlords, ampoule Rentals, sales and Regulations (LRR) task force had a productive and interactive meeting with the Town Council on December 6th.  It was decided to meet in smaller groups with the Councilors, doctor other Barnstable Civic Associations, and interested cvitizens to address concerns raised at the December 6th meeting by re-working a few of the proposed ordinances, with the goal of being ready for a vote at the Town Council meeting on January 17th.

These sessions will be open to the public and the GHCA LRR Task Force is looking for the public’s input regarding recommendations for changes in the language of the ordinances. Watch this web site for the dates for the open meeting workshops.  Additionally, you can send recommended changes directly to the GHCA LRR task force via email at GreatHyannis@aol.com

A copy of the ordinances is posted on this web site under Voices of the Village -> Task Forces -> Landlords, Rentals, and Regulations.

 
The VoV Landlords, ampoule Rentals, sales and Regulations (LRR) task force had a productive and interactive meeting with the Town Council on December 6th.  It was decided to meet in smaller groups with the Councilors, doctor other Barnstable Civic Associations, and interested cvitizens to address concerns raised at the December 6th meeting by re-working a few of the proposed ordinances, with the goal of being ready for a vote at the Town Council meeting on January 17th.

These sessions will be open to the public and the GHCA LRR Task Force is looking for the public’s input regarding recommendations for changes in the language of the ordinances. Watch this web site for the dates for the open meeting workshops.  Additionally, you can send recommended changes directly to the GHCA LRR task force via email at GreatHyannis@aol.com

A copy of the ordinances is posted on this web site under Voices of the Village -> Task Forces -> Landlords, Rentals, and Regulations.

 
The Hyannis Town Council will conmtinue public comment on the proposed VoV Landlords, check Rentals, and Regulations ordinances during the Town Council Meeting on January 17th.  Here is the agenda http://www.town.barnstable.ma.us/
The VoV Landlords, ampoule Rentals, sales and Regulations (LRR) task force had a productive and interactive meeting with the Town Council on December 6th.  It was decided to meet in smaller groups with the Councilors, doctor other Barnstable Civic Associations, and interested cvitizens to address concerns raised at the December 6th meeting by re-working a few of the proposed ordinances, with the goal of being ready for a vote at the Town Council meeting on January 17th.

These sessions will be open to the public and the GHCA LRR Task Force is looking for the public’s input regarding recommendations for changes in the language of the ordinances. Watch this web site for the dates for the open meeting workshops.  Additionally, you can send recommended changes directly to the GHCA LRR task force via email at GreatHyannis@aol.com

A copy of the ordinances is posted on this web site under Voices of the Village -> Task Forces -> Landlords, Rentals, and Regulations.

 
The Hyannis Town Council will conmtinue public comment on the proposed VoV Landlords, check Rentals, and Regulations ordinances during the Town Council Meeting on January 17th.  Here is the agenda http://www.town.barnstable.ma.us/
Regular monthly Board meeting at the Steamship Authority Terminal conference room on School Street.  Special guest speaker : Allysin Alessi, viagra chairwoman of R.E.C., will discuss “Pay as You Throw” for Hyannis.
The VoV Landlords, ampoule Rentals, sales and Regulations (LRR) task force had a productive and interactive meeting with the Town Council on December 6th.  It was decided to meet in smaller groups with the Councilors, doctor other Barnstable Civic Associations, and interested cvitizens to address concerns raised at the December 6th meeting by re-working a few of the proposed ordinances, with the goal of being ready for a vote at the Town Council meeting on January 17th.

These sessions will be open to the public and the GHCA LRR Task Force is looking for the public’s input regarding recommendations for changes in the language of the ordinances. Watch this web site for the dates for the open meeting workshops.  Additionally, you can send recommended changes directly to the GHCA LRR task force via email at GreatHyannis@aol.com

A copy of the ordinances is posted on this web site under Voices of the Village -> Task Forces -> Landlords, Rentals, and Regulations.

 
The Hyannis Town Council will conmtinue public comment on the proposed VoV Landlords, check Rentals, and Regulations ordinances during the Town Council Meeting on January 17th.  Here is the agenda http://www.town.barnstable.ma.us/
Regular monthly Board meeting at the Steamship Authority Terminal conference room on School Street.  Special guest speaker : Allysin Alessi, viagra chairwoman of R.E.C., will discuss “Pay as You Throw” for Hyannis.
The annual Harbor Lighting event sponsored by the Greater Hyannis Civic Association occurred on December 1 as part of the Hyannis Christmas Stroll festivities.  Hundreds of people attended the event to greet Santa as  he arrived by boat via Hyannis Harbor to Bismore Park, more about
recipe  accompanied by a backdrop of festive music provided by Cool 102.  Young and old enjoyed the chowder, sales cookies, chips, coffee, and hot chocolate, donated by The Gourmet Brunch, Oceans and Cape Cod Potato Chips.

Thanks to very generous grants from the Hyannis Area Chamber of Commerce,  the Steamship Authority and the Hyannis Marina, there was an ornament-making tent for the kids, and cash prizes were awarded to the winners of the boat and business decorating contest as follows:

First place in the Large Boat Category was “Never Ends” owned by Troy Wood. Second place was “Marmalade” owned by Ian McColgin. The winner of the Small Boat category was “The Colonel” owned by Anders Olsen. Second place was the Cape Cod Maritime Museum’s catboat “Sarah” and third place was “Our Beach Stickah” owned by John Dougherty.

Oceans was the winner in the Business category, with The Black Cat coming in as runner-up.

 
The VoV Landlords, ampoule Rentals, sales and Regulations (LRR) task force had a productive and interactive meeting with the Town Council on December 6th.  It was decided to meet in smaller groups with the Councilors, doctor other Barnstable Civic Associations, and interested cvitizens to address concerns raised at the December 6th meeting by re-working a few of the proposed ordinances, with the goal of being ready for a vote at the Town Council meeting on January 17th.

These sessions will be open to the public and the GHCA LRR Task Force is looking for the public’s input regarding recommendations for changes in the language of the ordinances. Watch this web site for the dates for the open meeting workshops.  Additionally, you can send recommended changes directly to the GHCA LRR task force via email at GreatHyannis@aol.com

A copy of the ordinances is posted on this web site under Voices of the Village -> Task Forces -> Landlords, Rentals, and Regulations.

 
The Hyannis Town Council will conmtinue public comment on the proposed VoV Landlords, check Rentals, and Regulations ordinances during the Town Council Meeting on January 17th.  Here is the agenda http://www.town.barnstable.ma.us/
Regular monthly Board meeting at the Steamship Authority Terminal conference room on School Street.  Special guest speaker : Allysin Alessi, viagra chairwoman of R.E.C., will discuss “Pay as You Throw” for Hyannis.
The annual Harbor Lighting event sponsored by the Greater Hyannis Civic Association occurred on December 1 as part of the Hyannis Christmas Stroll festivities.  Hundreds of people attended the event to greet Santa as  he arrived by boat via Hyannis Harbor to Bismore Park, more about
recipe  accompanied by a backdrop of festive music provided by Cool 102.  Young and old enjoyed the chowder, sales cookies, chips, coffee, and hot chocolate, donated by The Gourmet Brunch, Oceans and Cape Cod Potato Chips.

Thanks to very generous grants from the Hyannis Area Chamber of Commerce,  the Steamship Authority and the Hyannis Marina, there was an ornament-making tent for the kids, and cash prizes were awarded to the winners of the boat and business decorating contest as follows:

First place in the Large Boat Category was “Never Ends” owned by Troy Wood. Second place was “Marmalade” owned by Ian McColgin. The winner of the Small Boat category was “The Colonel” owned by Anders Olsen. Second place was the Cape Cod Maritime Museum’s catboat “Sarah” and third place was “Our Beach Stickah” owned by John Dougherty.

Oceans was the winner in the Business category, with The Black Cat coming in as runner-up.

 
christmas-boat-parade-usaThe annual Harbor Lighting event sponsored by the Greater Hyannis Civic Association occurred on December 1 as part of the Hyannis Christmas Stroll festivities.  Hundreds of people attended the event to greet Santa as  he arrived by boat via Hyannis Harbor to Bismore Park, viagra  accompanied by a backdrop of festive music provided by Cool 102.  Young and old enjoyed the chowder, online cookies, cialis sale chips, coffee, and hot chocolate, donated by The Gourmet Brunch, Oceans and Cape Cod Potato Chips.

Thanks to very generous grants from the Hyannis Area Chamber of Commerce,  the Steamship Authority and the Hyannis Marina, there was an ornament-making tent for the kids, and cash prizes were awarded to the winners of the boat and business decorating contest as follows:

First place in the Large Boat Category was “Never Ends” owned by Troy Wood. Second place was “Marmalade” owned by Ian McColgin. The winner of the Small Boat category was “The Colonel” owned by Anders Olsen. Second place was the Cape Cod Maritime Museum’s catboat “Sarah” and third place was “Our Beach Stickah” owned by John Dougherty.

Oceans was the winner in the Business category, with The Black Cat coming in as runner-up.

 
The VoV Landlords, ampoule Rentals, sales and Regulations (LRR) task force had a productive and interactive meeting with the Town Council on December 6th.  It was decided to meet in smaller groups with the Councilors, doctor other Barnstable Civic Associations, and interested cvitizens to address concerns raised at the December 6th meeting by re-working a few of the proposed ordinances, with the goal of being ready for a vote at the Town Council meeting on January 17th.

These sessions will be open to the public and the GHCA LRR Task Force is looking for the public’s input regarding recommendations for changes in the language of the ordinances. Watch this web site for the dates for the open meeting workshops.  Additionally, you can send recommended changes directly to the GHCA LRR task force via email at GreatHyannis@aol.com

A copy of the ordinances is posted on this web site under Voices of the Village -> Task Forces -> Landlords, Rentals, and Regulations.

 
The Hyannis Town Council will conmtinue public comment on the proposed VoV Landlords, check Rentals, and Regulations ordinances during the Town Council Meeting on January 17th.  Here is the agenda http://www.town.barnstable.ma.us/
Regular monthly Board meeting at the Steamship Authority Terminal conference room on School Street.  Special guest speaker : Allysin Alessi, viagra chairwoman of R.E.C., will discuss “Pay as You Throw” for Hyannis.
The annual Harbor Lighting event sponsored by the Greater Hyannis Civic Association occurred on December 1 as part of the Hyannis Christmas Stroll festivities.  Hundreds of people attended the event to greet Santa as  he arrived by boat via Hyannis Harbor to Bismore Park, more about
recipe  accompanied by a backdrop of festive music provided by Cool 102.  Young and old enjoyed the chowder, sales cookies, chips, coffee, and hot chocolate, donated by The Gourmet Brunch, Oceans and Cape Cod Potato Chips.

Thanks to very generous grants from the Hyannis Area Chamber of Commerce,  the Steamship Authority and the Hyannis Marina, there was an ornament-making tent for the kids, and cash prizes were awarded to the winners of the boat and business decorating contest as follows:

First place in the Large Boat Category was “Never Ends” owned by Troy Wood. Second place was “Marmalade” owned by Ian McColgin. The winner of the Small Boat category was “The Colonel” owned by Anders Olsen. Second place was the Cape Cod Maritime Museum’s catboat “Sarah” and third place was “Our Beach Stickah” owned by John Dougherty.

Oceans was the winner in the Business category, with The Black Cat coming in as runner-up.

 
christmas-boat-parade-usaThe annual Harbor Lighting event sponsored by the Greater Hyannis Civic Association occurred on December 1 as part of the Hyannis Christmas Stroll festivities.  Hundreds of people attended the event to greet Santa as  he arrived by boat via Hyannis Harbor to Bismore Park, viagra  accompanied by a backdrop of festive music provided by Cool 102.  Young and old enjoyed the chowder, online cookies, cialis sale chips, coffee, and hot chocolate, donated by The Gourmet Brunch, Oceans and Cape Cod Potato Chips.

Thanks to very generous grants from the Hyannis Area Chamber of Commerce,  the Steamship Authority and the Hyannis Marina, there was an ornament-making tent for the kids, and cash prizes were awarded to the winners of the boat and business decorating contest as follows:

First place in the Large Boat Category was “Never Ends” owned by Troy Wood. Second place was “Marmalade” owned by Ian McColgin. The winner of the Small Boat category was “The Colonel” owned by Anders Olsen. Second place was the Cape Cod Maritime Museum’s catboat “Sarah” and third place was “Our Beach Stickah” owned by John Dougherty.

Oceans was the winner in the Business category, with The Black Cat coming in as runner-up.

 
Greater Hyannis Civic Association Board Meeting Report – December 11, treatment 2012

The following topics were discussed at the December Board of Directors Meeting.

JoAnn Buntich, shop
Director of the Growth Management Neighborhood Mapping team, spoke about getting volunteers from the GHCA to help map and describe the various neighborhoods in Hyannis.  Once this mapping is complete, Growth Management will be better able to focus on where support is needed. Several GHCA members volunteered.

Richard Murphy, President of Homeless not Hopeless made a presentation about the progress of this organization.  They are enjoying an 85% success rate of getting homeless people off the street and living and working in a productive manner.  The organization is focused on education of the homeless, ie., “homeless prevention through education,”  teaching them how to live together, work, handle a check book, and other very ordinary things most people do every day, but which these folks have never had a chance to experience. They have 3 homes and are presently renovating a 4th home on East Main Street which will be a large women’s home.  Richard invites all to visit and see the work they are doing.

Richard Gallagher, Commissioner and Chairman of the Hyannis Fire Department Building Program made a presentation about the progress and current status of the plans for the new Hyannis Fire Station.  Several others on the project also attended including Bob Mitchell, the chief architect, and people from project management, the Hyannis fire chief, and the lead EMT.  The present Hyannis Fire Station was built in 1965, and since then, the science of firefighting and the laws and regulations surrounding safety in fire stations has changed to the degree that the old building is obsolete.  Additionally, Hyannis has changed and much more is required from our fire fighters and EMTs.   Design development will be complete on 3/15/13, and estimates will then be developed. This is a needs-driven process where design plans are put together first, the then the job is priced-out, so at this point there is no budget. Richard and all the team expects and wants public input on the specification of the new fire station, and more public meetings will be held over the next year for this purpose.  The GHCA has two Board members who are integral members of the building program team.

Old business was then discussed.

The Harbor Lighting event in Bismore Park during the Hyannis Christmas Stroll is the GHCA’s only fund raising event, and it was a very good success this year.  We served chowder, cookies, chips, hot chocolate, and coffee which were donated by The Gourmet Brunch, Oceans and Cape Cod Potato Chips.

Thanks to very generous grants from the Hyannis Area Chamber of Commerce, the Steamship Authority and the Hyannis Marina, there was an ornament-making tent for the kids, and cash prizes were awarded to the winners of the boat and business decorating contest as follows:

First place in the Large Boat Category was “Never Ends” owned by Troy Wood. Second place was “Marmalade” owned by Ian McColgin. The winner of the Small Boat category was “The Colonel” owned by Anders Olsen. Second place was the Cape Cod Maritime Museum’s catboat “Sarah” and third place was “Our Beach Stickah” owned by John Dougherty.

Oceans was the winner in the Business category, with The Black Cat coming in as runner-up.

The Landlords, Rentals, and Regulations task force met on December 6th with the Town Council, and is now preparing for the January 17 Town Council meeting.  It was decided to meet in smaller groups with the Councilors, other Barnstable Civic Associations, and interested citizens to address concerns raised at the December 6th meeting by re-working a few of the proposed ordinances,

The Hyannis Armory – RFPs are due back January 15.  There is a committee of 5 people who will review the RFPs and the GHCA has committed one person to this committee.

 
The VoV Landlords, ampoule Rentals, sales and Regulations (LRR) task force had a productive and interactive meeting with the Town Council on December 6th.  It was decided to meet in smaller groups with the Councilors, doctor other Barnstable Civic Associations, and interested cvitizens to address concerns raised at the December 6th meeting by re-working a few of the proposed ordinances, with the goal of being ready for a vote at the Town Council meeting on January 17th.

These sessions will be open to the public and the GHCA LRR Task Force is looking for the public’s input regarding recommendations for changes in the language of the ordinances. Watch this web site for the dates for the open meeting workshops.  Additionally, you can send recommended changes directly to the GHCA LRR task force via email at GreatHyannis@aol.com

A copy of the ordinances is posted on this web site under Voices of the Village -> Task Forces -> Landlords, Rentals, and Regulations.

 
The Hyannis Town Council will conmtinue public comment on the proposed VoV Landlords, check Rentals, and Regulations ordinances during the Town Council Meeting on January 17th.  Here is the agenda http://www.town.barnstable.ma.us/
Regular monthly Board meeting at the Steamship Authority Terminal conference room on School Street.  Special guest speaker : Allysin Alessi, viagra chairwoman of R.E.C., will discuss “Pay as You Throw” for Hyannis.
The annual Harbor Lighting event sponsored by the Greater Hyannis Civic Association occurred on December 1 as part of the Hyannis Christmas Stroll festivities.  Hundreds of people attended the event to greet Santa as  he arrived by boat via Hyannis Harbor to Bismore Park, more about
recipe  accompanied by a backdrop of festive music provided by Cool 102.  Young and old enjoyed the chowder, sales cookies, chips, coffee, and hot chocolate, donated by The Gourmet Brunch, Oceans and Cape Cod Potato Chips.

Thanks to very generous grants from the Hyannis Area Chamber of Commerce,  the Steamship Authority and the Hyannis Marina, there was an ornament-making tent for the kids, and cash prizes were awarded to the winners of the boat and business decorating contest as follows:

First place in the Large Boat Category was “Never Ends” owned by Troy Wood. Second place was “Marmalade” owned by Ian McColgin. The winner of the Small Boat category was “The Colonel” owned by Anders Olsen. Second place was the Cape Cod Maritime Museum’s catboat “Sarah” and third place was “Our Beach Stickah” owned by John Dougherty.

Oceans was the winner in the Business category, with The Black Cat coming in as runner-up.

 
christmas-boat-parade-usaThe annual Harbor Lighting event sponsored by the Greater Hyannis Civic Association occurred on December 1 as part of the Hyannis Christmas Stroll festivities.  Hundreds of people attended the event to greet Santa as  he arrived by boat via Hyannis Harbor to Bismore Park, viagra  accompanied by a backdrop of festive music provided by Cool 102.  Young and old enjoyed the chowder, online cookies, cialis sale chips, coffee, and hot chocolate, donated by The Gourmet Brunch, Oceans and Cape Cod Potato Chips.

Thanks to very generous grants from the Hyannis Area Chamber of Commerce,  the Steamship Authority and the Hyannis Marina, there was an ornament-making tent for the kids, and cash prizes were awarded to the winners of the boat and business decorating contest as follows:

First place in the Large Boat Category was “Never Ends” owned by Troy Wood. Second place was “Marmalade” owned by Ian McColgin. The winner of the Small Boat category was “The Colonel” owned by Anders Olsen. Second place was the Cape Cod Maritime Museum’s catboat “Sarah” and third place was “Our Beach Stickah” owned by John Dougherty.

Oceans was the winner in the Business category, with The Black Cat coming in as runner-up.

 
Greater Hyannis Civic Association Board Meeting Report – December 11, treatment 2012

The following topics were discussed at the December Board of Directors Meeting.

JoAnn Buntich, shop
Director of the Growth Management Neighborhood Mapping team, spoke about getting volunteers from the GHCA to help map and describe the various neighborhoods in Hyannis.  Once this mapping is complete, Growth Management will be better able to focus on where support is needed. Several GHCA members volunteered.

Richard Murphy, President of Homeless not Hopeless made a presentation about the progress of this organization.  They are enjoying an 85% success rate of getting homeless people off the street and living and working in a productive manner.  The organization is focused on education of the homeless, ie., “homeless prevention through education,”  teaching them how to live together, work, handle a check book, and other very ordinary things most people do every day, but which these folks have never had a chance to experience. They have 3 homes and are presently renovating a 4th home on East Main Street which will be a large women’s home.  Richard invites all to visit and see the work they are doing.

Richard Gallagher, Commissioner and Chairman of the Hyannis Fire Department Building Program made a presentation about the progress and current status of the plans for the new Hyannis Fire Station.  Several others on the project also attended including Bob Mitchell, the chief architect, and people from project management, the Hyannis fire chief, and the lead EMT.  The present Hyannis Fire Station was built in 1965, and since then, the science of firefighting and the laws and regulations surrounding safety in fire stations has changed to the degree that the old building is obsolete.  Additionally, Hyannis has changed and much more is required from our fire fighters and EMTs.   Design development will be complete on 3/15/13, and estimates will then be developed. This is a needs-driven process where design plans are put together first, the then the job is priced-out, so at this point there is no budget. Richard and all the team expects and wants public input on the specification of the new fire station, and more public meetings will be held over the next year for this purpose.  The GHCA has two Board members who are integral members of the building program team.

Old business was then discussed.

The Harbor Lighting event in Bismore Park during the Hyannis Christmas Stroll is the GHCA’s only fund raising event, and it was a very good success this year.  We served chowder, cookies, chips, hot chocolate, and coffee which were donated by The Gourmet Brunch, Oceans and Cape Cod Potato Chips.

Thanks to very generous grants from the Hyannis Area Chamber of Commerce, the Steamship Authority and the Hyannis Marina, there was an ornament-making tent for the kids, and cash prizes were awarded to the winners of the boat and business decorating contest as follows:

First place in the Large Boat Category was “Never Ends” owned by Troy Wood. Second place was “Marmalade” owned by Ian McColgin. The winner of the Small Boat category was “The Colonel” owned by Anders Olsen. Second place was the Cape Cod Maritime Museum’s catboat “Sarah” and third place was “Our Beach Stickah” owned by John Dougherty.

Oceans was the winner in the Business category, with The Black Cat coming in as runner-up.

The Landlords, Rentals, and Regulations task force met on December 6th with the Town Council, and is now preparing for the January 17 Town Council meeting.  It was decided to meet in smaller groups with the Councilors, other Barnstable Civic Associations, and interested citizens to address concerns raised at the December 6th meeting by re-working a few of the proposed ordinances,

The Hyannis Armory – RFPs are due back January 15.  There is a committee of 5 people who will review the RFPs and the GHCA has committed one person to this committee.

 
ATTENTION: Laura Cronin and Milton Berglund – GHCA

First, sales I would like to respectfully request that you please consider amending the respective proposed “problem properties” by inserting a provision mandating all landlords and/or rental property owners within the boundaries of the Town of Barnstable to employ a “crime free/drug free lease addendum” for all lease renewals or new lease.

Secondly, ailment I would also like to further respectfully request that you please consider requiring that the five proposed ordinances also be placed for a town-wide voter referendum before final approval and adoption can take place.

Thank you.

Ron Beaty

AUTHOR: Ron Beaty
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First, thumb I would like to respectfully request that you please consider amending the respective proposed “problem properties” by inserting a provision mandating all landlords and/or rental property owners within the boundaries of the Town of Barnstable to employ a “crime free/drug free lease addendum” for all lease renewals or new lease.

Secondly, I would also like to further respectfully request that you please consider requiring that the five proposed ordinances also be placed for a town-wide voter referendum before final approval and adoption can take place.

Thank you.

Ron Beaty
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MusicThe Hyannis Public Library and the Zion Union Heritage Museum will be co-hosting An Afternoon of Jazz on Saturday, cure February 2 at the Zion Museum from 2:00 – 4:00pm.  Tickets are $10 for adults, page $20 for families, $5 for students and can be purchased before the event at the library or at the door the day of the event.  There will be a talk by Mick Carlon, author of Travels with Louis and Riding on Duke’s Train as well as comments from Louis Armstrong’s friend and road manager, Jack Bradley.  Jazz performance by Paul Nossiter and Friends, and soul food buffet will be provided by John Reed.