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

To All, hospital
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, and while we have received positive feedback and great support from all of the villages, 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, hospital
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, and while we have received positive feedback and great support from all of the villages, 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
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, drugstore the GHCA, here with the Hyannis Chamber of Commerce and other Cape associations, sickness has agreed to adopt 5 basic principles which apply to the Cape Cod waste water and drinking 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 hopes that local, state, and federal environmental groups will recognize our concern and adopt these principles as they look for solutions to the Cape’s wastewater issues.