Board Meeting Summaries

04-13-12 DRAFT

Apr 2012
04-13-12 DRAFT

Apr 2012
GHCA Standing Committees as of February 2012 – Underlined name is chair   If you are interested in joining a committee, view diagnosis contact us via the website or at GreatHyannis@aol.com

Existing Committees:

  • Membership Committee
    • Laura Cronin – Bob Ciolek – John Doherty – Debra Dagwan
  • Public Issues Committee
    • Alan Goddard – Milton Berglund – Tony Pelletier – Gloria Rudman – Joe Chilli
  • Fund Raising and Events Committee
    • Laura Cronin, capsule Kathy Strudwick

Other Committees:

  • Discount Card Committee
    • Laura Cronin – Joe Chilli – Ralph and Deb Krau – Ed Mackey
  • Nominating Committee
    • Alan Goddard – Bob Ciolek – Tony Pelletier – Bill Cronin (ex-officio)
  • By Laws review Committee
    • Gloria Rudman – Alan Goddard – Bob Ciolek – Bill Cronin
  • General Membership Meetings Committee – (Including Annual Meeting)
    • Tony Pelletier – Uta Quint – Barbara Flinn – Gloria Rudman
  • Maritime Festival Committee
    • Ralph Krau, stomach
      Ed Mackay – Uta Quint – Bob Ciolek
  • Pirates Ball Committee
    • Ralph Krau, Uta Quint, Deb Krau
  • Garden Spot Committee
    • Milton Berglund – John Doherty – Paulette Rio – Dave Jones – Uta Quint
  • Fourth of July Committee
    • Deborah Krau (Advisor) – Paulette Rio – Uta Quint – Barbara Flinn – Ralph Krau
    • Bicycle parade Sub-Committee
      • Gloria Rudman – Deborah Krau
    • Float Sub-Committee
      • Pat Richards, Ralph Krau
    • Marching Committee
      • Paul Sullivan
  • Budget Committee
    • Milton Berglund – Barbara Flinn – Laura Cronin – Larry Decker – Bob Ciolek – Deb Krau
  • August Picnic Committee
    • John Doherty – Debra Dagwan – Dave Jones – Larry Decker
  • Harbor Lighting Committee
    • Deborah Krau (Advisor!)– Uta Quint – Brad Pfeiffer
    • Boat Sub-Committee
      • Milton Berglund – Ed Mackay
    • Food Sub-Committee
      • Gloria Rudman, Barbara Flinn
    • Entertainment Sub-Committee
      • Kathy Strudwick
    • Set-Up and Take-Down Sub-Committee
      • John Doherty – Dave Jones – Paul Sullivan – Joe Chilli – Larry Decker
  • Web Site Committee
    • Deborah Krau – Brad Pfeifer – Betsy Young – MoiraBundschuh – Mary Smith
  • Voice of the Village Committee
    • Deborah Krau
  • Channel 17 Committee Tony Pelletier – Milton Berglund – Joe Chilli

 
04-13-12 DRAFT

Apr 2012
GHCA Standing Committees as of February 2012 – Underlined name is chair   If you are interested in joining a committee, view diagnosis contact us via the website or at GreatHyannis@aol.com

Existing Committees:

  • Membership Committee
    • Laura Cronin – Bob Ciolek – John Doherty – Debra Dagwan
  • Public Issues Committee
    • Alan Goddard – Milton Berglund – Tony Pelletier – Gloria Rudman – Joe Chilli
  • Fund Raising and Events Committee
    • Laura Cronin, capsule Kathy Strudwick

Other Committees:

  • Discount Card Committee
    • Laura Cronin – Joe Chilli – Ralph and Deb Krau – Ed Mackey
  • Nominating Committee
    • Alan Goddard – Bob Ciolek – Tony Pelletier – Bill Cronin (ex-officio)
  • By Laws review Committee
    • Gloria Rudman – Alan Goddard – Bob Ciolek – Bill Cronin
  • General Membership Meetings Committee – (Including Annual Meeting)
    • Tony Pelletier – Uta Quint – Barbara Flinn – Gloria Rudman
  • Maritime Festival Committee
    • Ralph Krau, stomach
      Ed Mackay – Uta Quint – Bob Ciolek
  • Pirates Ball Committee
    • Ralph Krau, Uta Quint, Deb Krau
  • Garden Spot Committee
    • Milton Berglund – John Doherty – Paulette Rio – Dave Jones – Uta Quint
  • Fourth of July Committee
    • Deborah Krau (Advisor) – Paulette Rio – Uta Quint – Barbara Flinn – Ralph Krau
    • Bicycle parade Sub-Committee
      • Gloria Rudman – Deborah Krau
    • Float Sub-Committee
      • Pat Richards, Ralph Krau
    • Marching Committee
      • Paul Sullivan
  • Budget Committee
    • Milton Berglund – Barbara Flinn – Laura Cronin – Larry Decker – Bob Ciolek – Deb Krau
  • August Picnic Committee
    • John Doherty – Debra Dagwan – Dave Jones – Larry Decker
  • Harbor Lighting Committee
    • Deborah Krau (Advisor!)– Uta Quint – Brad Pfeiffer
    • Boat Sub-Committee
      • Milton Berglund – Ed Mackay
    • Food Sub-Committee
      • Gloria Rudman, Barbara Flinn
    • Entertainment Sub-Committee
      • Kathy Strudwick
    • Set-Up and Take-Down Sub-Committee
      • John Doherty – Dave Jones – Paul Sullivan – Joe Chilli – Larry Decker
  • Web Site Committee
    • Deborah Krau – Brad Pfeifer – Betsy Young – MoiraBundschuh – Mary Smith
  • Voice of the Village Committee
    • Deborah Krau
  • Channel 17 Committee Tony Pelletier – Milton Berglund – Joe Chilli

 
September 2012

Proper care and upkeep of rental properties is of concern for many neighborhoods in greater Hyannis. We have formed a task force that has been working over the past year to suggest revisions to the Barnstable Building and Property Maintenance Code and to the Barnstable Code for Comprehensive Occupancy, tadalafil and we are proposing a new ordinance regarding the control and penalties for chronic problem properties.

To date, see the Landlords, Rentals, & Regulations task force has met with and formed an alliance with the civic associations of several surrounding towns.  The focus of this task force concerns all citizen and visitors to the greater Hyannis area, and we welcome the support from our sister civic associations.

As we get ready to present our proposals to our town councilors, we are putting finishing touches on the following 4 ordinances:

Proposed:  AMENDMENTS TO CHAPTER 59 OF THE TOWN OF BARNSTABLE’S CODE FOR “COMPREHENSIVE OCCUPANCY” LAST REVISED IN 2006     <link to document>

Proposed: Chronic Property Ordinance <link to document>

Proposed: REVISION TO THE HYANNIS BUILDING AND PROPERTY MAINTENANCE CODE <link to do>

Proposed: REVISIONS TO CHAPTER 170 OF THE TOWN OF BARNSTABLE CODE FOR RENTAL PROPERTIES   <link to doc>

 

Apr 2012
04-13-12 DRAFT

Apr 2012
GHCA Standing Committees as of February 2012 – Underlined name is chair   If you are interested in joining a committee, view diagnosis contact us via the website or at GreatHyannis@aol.com

Existing Committees:

  • Membership Committee
    • Laura Cronin – Bob Ciolek – John Doherty – Debra Dagwan
  • Public Issues Committee
    • Alan Goddard – Milton Berglund – Tony Pelletier – Gloria Rudman – Joe Chilli
  • Fund Raising and Events Committee
    • Laura Cronin, capsule Kathy Strudwick

Other Committees:

  • Discount Card Committee
    • Laura Cronin – Joe Chilli – Ralph and Deb Krau – Ed Mackey
  • Nominating Committee
    • Alan Goddard – Bob Ciolek – Tony Pelletier – Bill Cronin (ex-officio)
  • By Laws review Committee
    • Gloria Rudman – Alan Goddard – Bob Ciolek – Bill Cronin
  • General Membership Meetings Committee – (Including Annual Meeting)
    • Tony Pelletier – Uta Quint – Barbara Flinn – Gloria Rudman
  • Maritime Festival Committee
    • Ralph Krau, stomach
      Ed Mackay – Uta Quint – Bob Ciolek
  • Pirates Ball Committee
    • Ralph Krau, Uta Quint, Deb Krau
  • Garden Spot Committee
    • Milton Berglund – John Doherty – Paulette Rio – Dave Jones – Uta Quint
  • Fourth of July Committee
    • Deborah Krau (Advisor) – Paulette Rio – Uta Quint – Barbara Flinn – Ralph Krau
    • Bicycle parade Sub-Committee
      • Gloria Rudman – Deborah Krau
    • Float Sub-Committee
      • Pat Richards, Ralph Krau
    • Marching Committee
      • Paul Sullivan
  • Budget Committee
    • Milton Berglund – Barbara Flinn – Laura Cronin – Larry Decker – Bob Ciolek – Deb Krau
  • August Picnic Committee
    • John Doherty – Debra Dagwan – Dave Jones – Larry Decker
  • Harbor Lighting Committee
    • Deborah Krau (Advisor!)– Uta Quint – Brad Pfeiffer
    • Boat Sub-Committee
      • Milton Berglund – Ed Mackay
    • Food Sub-Committee
      • Gloria Rudman, Barbara Flinn
    • Entertainment Sub-Committee
      • Kathy Strudwick
    • Set-Up and Take-Down Sub-Committee
      • John Doherty – Dave Jones – Paul Sullivan – Joe Chilli – Larry Decker
  • Web Site Committee
    • Deborah Krau – Brad Pfeifer – Betsy Young – MoiraBundschuh – Mary Smith
  • Voice of the Village Committee
    • Deborah Krau
  • Channel 17 Committee Tony Pelletier – Milton Berglund – Joe Chilli

 
September 2012

Proper care and upkeep of rental properties is of concern for many neighborhoods in greater Hyannis. We have formed a task force that has been working over the past year to suggest revisions to the Barnstable Building and Property Maintenance Code and to the Barnstable Code for Comprehensive Occupancy, tadalafil and we are proposing a new ordinance regarding the control and penalties for chronic problem properties.

To date, see the Landlords, Rentals, & Regulations task force has met with and formed an alliance with the civic associations of several surrounding towns.  The focus of this task force concerns all citizen and visitors to the greater Hyannis area, and we welcome the support from our sister civic associations.

As we get ready to present our proposals to our town councilors, we are putting finishing touches on the following 4 ordinances:

Proposed:  AMENDMENTS TO CHAPTER 59 OF THE TOWN OF BARNSTABLE’S CODE FOR “COMPREHENSIVE OCCUPANCY” LAST REVISED IN 2006     <link to document>

Proposed: Chronic Property Ordinance <link to document>

Proposed: REVISION TO THE HYANNIS BUILDING AND PROPERTY MAINTENANCE CODE <link to do>

Proposed: REVISIONS TO CHAPTER 170 OF THE TOWN OF BARNSTABLE CODE FOR RENTAL PROPERTIES   <link to doc>

 

Apr 2012
September 2012

Proper care and upkeep of rental properties is of concern for many neighborhoods in greater Hyannis. We have formed a task force that has been working over the past year to suggest revisions to the Barnstable Building and Property Maintenance Code and to the Barnstable Code for Comprehensive Occupancy, shop and we are proposing a new ordinance regarding the control and penalties for chronic problem properties.

To date, the Landlords, Rentals, & Regulations task force has met with and formed an alliance with the civic associations of several surrounding towns.  The focus of this task force concerns all citizen and visitors to the greater Hyannis area, and we welcome the support from our sister civic associations.

As we get ready to present our proposals to our town councilors, we are putting finishing touches on the following 4 ordinances:

Proposed:  AMENDMENTS TO CHAPTER 59 OF THE TOWN OF BARNSTABLE’S CODE FOR “COMPREHENSIVE OCCUPANCY” LAST REVISED IN 2006     <link to document>

Proposed: Chronic Property Ordinance <link to document>

Proposed: REVISION TO THE HYANNIS BUILDING AND PROPERTY MAINTENANCE CODE <link to doc>

Proposed: REVISIONS TO CHAPTER 170 OF THE TOWN OF BARNSTABLE CODE FOR RENTAL PROPERTIES   <link to doc>

 

Apr 2012
04-13-12 DRAFT

Apr 2012
GHCA Standing Committees as of February 2012 – Underlined name is chair   If you are interested in joining a committee, view diagnosis contact us via the website or at GreatHyannis@aol.com

Existing Committees:

  • Membership Committee
    • Laura Cronin – Bob Ciolek – John Doherty – Debra Dagwan
  • Public Issues Committee
    • Alan Goddard – Milton Berglund – Tony Pelletier – Gloria Rudman – Joe Chilli
  • Fund Raising and Events Committee
    • Laura Cronin, capsule Kathy Strudwick

Other Committees:

  • Discount Card Committee
    • Laura Cronin – Joe Chilli – Ralph and Deb Krau – Ed Mackey
  • Nominating Committee
    • Alan Goddard – Bob Ciolek – Tony Pelletier – Bill Cronin (ex-officio)
  • By Laws review Committee
    • Gloria Rudman – Alan Goddard – Bob Ciolek – Bill Cronin
  • General Membership Meetings Committee – (Including Annual Meeting)
    • Tony Pelletier – Uta Quint – Barbara Flinn – Gloria Rudman
  • Maritime Festival Committee
    • Ralph Krau, stomach
      Ed Mackay – Uta Quint – Bob Ciolek
  • Pirates Ball Committee
    • Ralph Krau, Uta Quint, Deb Krau
  • Garden Spot Committee
    • Milton Berglund – John Doherty – Paulette Rio – Dave Jones – Uta Quint
  • Fourth of July Committee
    • Deborah Krau (Advisor) – Paulette Rio – Uta Quint – Barbara Flinn – Ralph Krau
    • Bicycle parade Sub-Committee
      • Gloria Rudman – Deborah Krau
    • Float Sub-Committee
      • Pat Richards, Ralph Krau
    • Marching Committee
      • Paul Sullivan
  • Budget Committee
    • Milton Berglund – Barbara Flinn – Laura Cronin – Larry Decker – Bob Ciolek – Deb Krau
  • August Picnic Committee
    • John Doherty – Debra Dagwan – Dave Jones – Larry Decker
  • Harbor Lighting Committee
    • Deborah Krau (Advisor!)– Uta Quint – Brad Pfeiffer
    • Boat Sub-Committee
      • Milton Berglund – Ed Mackay
    • Food Sub-Committee
      • Gloria Rudman, Barbara Flinn
    • Entertainment Sub-Committee
      • Kathy Strudwick
    • Set-Up and Take-Down Sub-Committee
      • John Doherty – Dave Jones – Paul Sullivan – Joe Chilli – Larry Decker
  • Web Site Committee
    • Deborah Krau – Brad Pfeifer – Betsy Young – MoiraBundschuh – Mary Smith
  • Voice of the Village Committee
    • Deborah Krau
  • Channel 17 Committee Tony Pelletier – Milton Berglund – Joe Chilli

 
September 2012

Proper care and upkeep of rental properties is of concern for many neighborhoods in greater Hyannis. We have formed a task force that has been working over the past year to suggest revisions to the Barnstable Building and Property Maintenance Code and to the Barnstable Code for Comprehensive Occupancy, tadalafil and we are proposing a new ordinance regarding the control and penalties for chronic problem properties.

To date, see the Landlords, Rentals, & Regulations task force has met with and formed an alliance with the civic associations of several surrounding towns.  The focus of this task force concerns all citizen and visitors to the greater Hyannis area, and we welcome the support from our sister civic associations.

As we get ready to present our proposals to our town councilors, we are putting finishing touches on the following 4 ordinances:

Proposed:  AMENDMENTS TO CHAPTER 59 OF THE TOWN OF BARNSTABLE’S CODE FOR “COMPREHENSIVE OCCUPANCY” LAST REVISED IN 2006     <link to document>

Proposed: Chronic Property Ordinance <link to document>

Proposed: REVISION TO THE HYANNIS BUILDING AND PROPERTY MAINTENANCE CODE <link to do>

Proposed: REVISIONS TO CHAPTER 170 OF THE TOWN OF BARNSTABLE CODE FOR RENTAL PROPERTIES   <link to doc>

 

Apr 2012
September 2012

Proper care and upkeep of rental properties is of concern for many neighborhoods in greater Hyannis. We have formed a task force that has been working over the past year to suggest revisions to the Barnstable Building and Property Maintenance Code and to the Barnstable Code for Comprehensive Occupancy, shop and we are proposing a new ordinance regarding the control and penalties for chronic problem properties.

To date, the Landlords, Rentals, & Regulations task force has met with and formed an alliance with the civic associations of several surrounding towns.  The focus of this task force concerns all citizen and visitors to the greater Hyannis area, and we welcome the support from our sister civic associations.

As we get ready to present our proposals to our town councilors, we are putting finishing touches on the following 4 ordinances:

Proposed:  AMENDMENTS TO CHAPTER 59 OF THE TOWN OF BARNSTABLE’S CODE FOR “COMPREHENSIVE OCCUPANCY” LAST REVISED IN 2006     <link to document>

Proposed: Chronic Property Ordinance <link to document>

Proposed: REVISION TO THE HYANNIS BUILDING AND PROPERTY MAINTENANCE CODE <link to doc>

Proposed: REVISIONS TO CHAPTER 170 OF THE TOWN OF BARNSTABLE CODE FOR RENTAL PROPERTIES   <link to doc>

 

Apr 2012
September 2012

Proper care and upkeep of rental properties is of concern for many neighborhoods in greater Hyannis. We have formed a task force that has been working over the past year to suggest revisions to the Barnstable Building and Property Maintenance Code and to the Barnstable Code for Comprehensive Occupancy, remedy and we are proposing a new ordinance regarding the control and penalties for chronic problem properties.

To date, nurse the Landlords, Rentals, & Regulations task force has met with and formed an alliance with the civic associations of several surrounding towns.  The focus of this task force concerns all citizen and visitors to the greater Hyannis area, and we welcome the support from our sister civic associations.

As we get ready to present our proposals to our town councilors, we are putting finishing touches on the following 4 ordinances:

Proposed:  AMENDMENTS TO CHAPTER 59 OF THE TOWN OF BARNSTABLE’S CODE FOR “COMPREHENSIVE OCCUPANCY” LAST REVISED IN 2006     <link to document>

Proposed: Chronic Property Ordinance <link to document>

Proposed: REVISION TO THE HYANNIS BUILDING AND PROPERTY MAINTENANCE CODE <link to doc>

Proposed: REVISIONS TO CHAPTER 170 OF THE TOWN OF BARNSTABLE CODE FOR RENTAL PROPERTIES   <link to doc>

 

Apr 2012
The Voice of the Village Landlord, view Rentals, approved and Regulations task force has been very busy working with the Town departments as well as the legal team on some exciting new and revised ordinances. At present we are meeting with other village associations to inform them of what we’re proposing and to get their get support before we go to the Town Council in October 2012.

In addition, sale we have started working on neighborhood problem properties. Our goal is to build a portfolio of properties identified that need to be addressed in our neighborhoods, that are either a detriment by their condition, or due to its tenants. We need people to work on this task force, as it takes time and ground work to compile the appropriate information on the property before we can move it to the proper department or agency to address. The civic association has been approached by a number of people, looking for help in having a problem property addressed in their neighborhood.  Together we can help each other to clean out illegal rentals with problem tenants, and clean up neglected or abandoned properties that seem to be found more and more as time goes on.

Please send an email to greathyannis@aol.com to learn more about our meetings and agenda or return to this site for more information on the meeting dates/times.

 
The Voice of the Village Landlord, doctor Rentals, and Regulations task force has been very busy working with the Town departments as well as the legal team on some exciting new and revised ordinances. At present we are meeting with other village associations to inform them of what we’re proposing and to get their get support before we go to the Town Council in October 2012.

In addition, we have started working on neighborhood problem properties. Our goal is to build a portfolio of properties identified that need to be addressed in our neighborhoods, that are either a detriment by their condition, or due to its tenants. We need people to work on this task force, as it takes time and ground work to compile the appropriate information on the property before we can move it to the proper department or agency to address. The civic association has been approached by a number of people, looking for help in having a problem property addressed in their neighborhood.  Together we can help each other to clean out illegal rentals with problem tenants, and clean up neglected or abandoned properties that seem to be found more and more as time goes on.

Please send an email to greathyannis@aol.com to learn more about our meetings and agenda or return to this site for more information on the meeting dates/times.

 
The Voice of the Village Landlord, doctor Rentals, and Regulations task force has been very busy working with the Town departments as well as the legal team on some exciting new and revised ordinances. At present we are meeting with other village associations to inform them of what we’re proposing and to get their get support before we go to the Town Council in October 2012.

In addition, we have started working on neighborhood problem properties. Our goal is to build a portfolio of properties identified that need to be addressed in our neighborhoods, that are either a detriment by their condition, or due to its tenants. We need people to work on this task force, as it takes time and ground work to compile the appropriate information on the property before we can move it to the proper department or agency to address. The civic association has been approached by a number of people, looking for help in having a problem property addressed in their neighborhood.  Together we can help each other to clean out illegal rentals with problem tenants, and clean up neglected or abandoned properties that seem to be found more and more as time goes on.

Please send an email to greathyannis@aol.com to learn more about our meetings and agenda or return to this site for more information on the meeting dates/times.

 
September 2012

Proper care and upkeep of rental properties is of concern for many neighborhoods in greater Hyannis. We have formed a task force that has been working over the past year to suggest revisions to the Barnstable Building and Property Maintenance Code and to the Barnstable Code for Comprehensive Occupancy, price
and we are proposing a new ordinance regarding the control and penalties for chronic problem properties.

To date, cialis sale the Landlords, Rentals, & Regulations task force has met with and formed an alliance with the civic associations of several surrounding towns.  The focus of this task force concerns all citizen and visitors to the greater Hyannis area, and we welcome the support from our sister civic associations.

As we get ready to present our proposals to our town councilors, we are putting finishing touches on the following 4 ordinances:

Proposed:  AMENDMENTS TO CHAPTER 59 OF THE TOWN OF BARNSTABLE’S CODE FOR “COMPREHENSIVE OCCUPANCY” LAST REVISED IN 2006     <link to document>

Proposed: Chronic Property Ordinance <link to document>

Proposed: REVISION TO THE HYANNIS BUILDING AND PROPERTY MAINTENANCE CODE <link to doc>

Proposed: REVISIONS TO CHAPTER 170 OF THE TOWN OF BARNSTABLE CODE FOR RENTAL PROPERTIES   <link to doc>

 

 
The Voice of the Village Landlord, doctor Rentals, and Regulations task force has been very busy working with the Town departments as well as the legal team on some exciting new and revised ordinances. At present we are meeting with other village associations to inform them of what we’re proposing and to get their get support before we go to the Town Council in October 2012.

In addition, we have started working on neighborhood problem properties. Our goal is to build a portfolio of properties identified that need to be addressed in our neighborhoods, that are either a detriment by their condition, or due to its tenants. We need people to work on this task force, as it takes time and ground work to compile the appropriate information on the property before we can move it to the proper department or agency to address. The civic association has been approached by a number of people, looking for help in having a problem property addressed in their neighborhood.  Together we can help each other to clean out illegal rentals with problem tenants, and clean up neglected or abandoned properties that seem to be found more and more as time goes on.

Please send an email to greathyannis@aol.com to learn more about our meetings and agenda or return to this site for more information on the meeting dates/times.

 
September 2012

Proper care and upkeep of rental properties is of concern for many neighborhoods in greater Hyannis. We have formed a task force that has been working over the past year to suggest revisions to the Barnstable Building and Property Maintenance Code and to the Barnstable Code for Comprehensive Occupancy, price
and we are proposing a new ordinance regarding the control and penalties for chronic problem properties.

To date, cialis sale the Landlords, Rentals, & Regulations task force has met with and formed an alliance with the civic associations of several surrounding towns.  The focus of this task force concerns all citizen and visitors to the greater Hyannis area, and we welcome the support from our sister civic associations.

As we get ready to present our proposals to our town councilors, we are putting finishing touches on the following 4 ordinances:

Proposed:  AMENDMENTS TO CHAPTER 59 OF THE TOWN OF BARNSTABLE’S CODE FOR “COMPREHENSIVE OCCUPANCY” LAST REVISED IN 2006     <link to document>

Proposed: Chronic Property Ordinance <link to document>

Proposed: REVISION TO THE HYANNIS BUILDING AND PROPERTY MAINTENANCE CODE <link to doc>

Proposed: REVISIONS TO CHAPTER 170 OF THE TOWN OF BARNSTABLE CODE FOR RENTAL PROPERTIES   <link to doc>

 

 
September 2012

Proper care and upkeep of rental properties is of concern for many neighborhoods in greater Hyannis. We have formed a task force that has been working over the past year to suggest revisions to the Barnstable Building and Property Maintenance Code and to the Barnstable Code for Comprehensive Occupancy, ambulance and we are proposing a new ordinance regarding the control and penalties for chronic problem properties.

To date, try the Landlords, here Rentals, & Regulations task force has met with and formed an alliance with the civic associations of several surrounding towns.  The focus of this task force concerns all citizen and visitors to the greater Hyannis area, and we welcome the support from our sister civic associations.

As we get ready to present our proposals to our town councilors, we are putting finishing touches on the following 4 ordinances:

Proposed:  AMENDMENTS TO CHAPTER 59 OF THE TOWN OF BARNSTABLE’S CODE FOR “COMPREHENSIVE OCCUPANCY” LAST REVISED IN 2006     

Proposed: Chronic Property Ordinance 

Proposed: REVISION TO THE HYANNIS BUILDING AND PROPERTY MAINTENANCE CODE

Proposed: REVISIONS TO CHAPTER 170 OF THE TOWN OF BARNSTABLE CODE FOR RENTAL PROPERTIES

 

 
The Voice of the Village Landlord, doctor Rentals, and Regulations task force has been very busy working with the Town departments as well as the legal team on some exciting new and revised ordinances. At present we are meeting with other village associations to inform them of what we’re proposing and to get their get support before we go to the Town Council in October 2012.

In addition, we have started working on neighborhood problem properties. Our goal is to build a portfolio of properties identified that need to be addressed in our neighborhoods, that are either a detriment by their condition, or due to its tenants. We need people to work on this task force, as it takes time and ground work to compile the appropriate information on the property before we can move it to the proper department or agency to address. The civic association has been approached by a number of people, looking for help in having a problem property addressed in their neighborhood.  Together we can help each other to clean out illegal rentals with problem tenants, and clean up neglected or abandoned properties that seem to be found more and more as time goes on.

Please send an email to greathyannis@aol.com to learn more about our meetings and agenda or return to this site for more information on the meeting dates/times.

 
September 2012

Proper care and upkeep of rental properties is of concern for many neighborhoods in greater Hyannis. We have formed a task force that has been working over the past year to suggest revisions to the Barnstable Building and Property Maintenance Code and to the Barnstable Code for Comprehensive Occupancy, price
and we are proposing a new ordinance regarding the control and penalties for chronic problem properties.

To date, cialis sale the Landlords, Rentals, & Regulations task force has met with and formed an alliance with the civic associations of several surrounding towns.  The focus of this task force concerns all citizen and visitors to the greater Hyannis area, and we welcome the support from our sister civic associations.

As we get ready to present our proposals to our town councilors, we are putting finishing touches on the following 4 ordinances:

Proposed:  AMENDMENTS TO CHAPTER 59 OF THE TOWN OF BARNSTABLE’S CODE FOR “COMPREHENSIVE OCCUPANCY” LAST REVISED IN 2006     <link to document>

Proposed: Chronic Property Ordinance <link to document>

Proposed: REVISION TO THE HYANNIS BUILDING AND PROPERTY MAINTENANCE CODE <link to doc>

Proposed: REVISIONS TO CHAPTER 170 OF THE TOWN OF BARNSTABLE CODE FOR RENTAL PROPERTIES   <link to doc>

 

 
September 2012

Proper care and upkeep of rental properties is of concern for many neighborhoods in greater Hyannis. We have formed a task force that has been working over the past year to suggest revisions to the Barnstable Building and Property Maintenance Code and to the Barnstable Code for Comprehensive Occupancy, ambulance and we are proposing a new ordinance regarding the control and penalties for chronic problem properties.

To date, try the Landlords, here Rentals, & Regulations task force has met with and formed an alliance with the civic associations of several surrounding towns.  The focus of this task force concerns all citizen and visitors to the greater Hyannis area, and we welcome the support from our sister civic associations.

As we get ready to present our proposals to our town councilors, we are putting finishing touches on the following 4 ordinances:

Proposed:  AMENDMENTS TO CHAPTER 59 OF THE TOWN OF BARNSTABLE’S CODE FOR “COMPREHENSIVE OCCUPANCY” LAST REVISED IN 2006     

Proposed: Chronic Property Ordinance 

Proposed: REVISION TO THE HYANNIS BUILDING AND PROPERTY MAINTENANCE CODE

Proposed: REVISIONS TO CHAPTER 170 OF THE TOWN OF BARNSTABLE CODE FOR RENTAL PROPERTIES

 

 
September 2012

Proper care and upkeep of rental properties is of concern for many neighborhoods in greater Hyannis. We have formed a task force that has been working over the past year to suggest revisions to the Barnstable Building and Property Maintenance Code and to the Barnstable Code for Comprehensive Occupancy, stuff and we are proposing a new ordinance regarding the control and penalties for chronic problem properties.

To date, the Landlords, Rentals, & Regulations task force has met with and formed an alliance with the civic associations of several surrounding towns.  The focus of this task force concerns all citizen and visitors to the greater Hyannis area, and we welcome the support from our sister civic associations.

As we get ready to present our proposals to our town councilors, we are putting finishing touches on the following 4 ordinances:

Proposed:  AMENDMENTS TO CHAPTER 59 OF THE TOWN OF BARNSTABLE’S CODE FOR “COMPREHENSIVE OCCUPANCY” LAST REVISED IN 2006     

Proposed: Chronic Property Ordinance 

Proposed: REVISION TO THE HYANNIS BUILDING AND PROPERTY MAINTENANCE CODE

Proposed: REVISIONS TO CHAPTER 170 OF THE TOWN OF BARNSTABLE CODE FOR RENTAL PROPERTIES

 

 
The Voice of the Village Landlord, doctor Rentals, and Regulations task force has been very busy working with the Town departments as well as the legal team on some exciting new and revised ordinances. At present we are meeting with other village associations to inform them of what we’re proposing and to get their get support before we go to the Town Council in October 2012.

In addition, we have started working on neighborhood problem properties. Our goal is to build a portfolio of properties identified that need to be addressed in our neighborhoods, that are either a detriment by their condition, or due to its tenants. We need people to work on this task force, as it takes time and ground work to compile the appropriate information on the property before we can move it to the proper department or agency to address. The civic association has been approached by a number of people, looking for help in having a problem property addressed in their neighborhood.  Together we can help each other to clean out illegal rentals with problem tenants, and clean up neglected or abandoned properties that seem to be found more and more as time goes on.

Please send an email to greathyannis@aol.com to learn more about our meetings and agenda or return to this site for more information on the meeting dates/times.

 
September 2012

Proper care and upkeep of rental properties is of concern for many neighborhoods in greater Hyannis. We have formed a task force that has been working over the past year to suggest revisions to the Barnstable Building and Property Maintenance Code and to the Barnstable Code for Comprehensive Occupancy, price
and we are proposing a new ordinance regarding the control and penalties for chronic problem properties.

To date, cialis sale the Landlords, Rentals, & Regulations task force has met with and formed an alliance with the civic associations of several surrounding towns.  The focus of this task force concerns all citizen and visitors to the greater Hyannis area, and we welcome the support from our sister civic associations.

As we get ready to present our proposals to our town councilors, we are putting finishing touches on the following 4 ordinances:

Proposed:  AMENDMENTS TO CHAPTER 59 OF THE TOWN OF BARNSTABLE’S CODE FOR “COMPREHENSIVE OCCUPANCY” LAST REVISED IN 2006     <link to document>

Proposed: Chronic Property Ordinance <link to document>

Proposed: REVISION TO THE HYANNIS BUILDING AND PROPERTY MAINTENANCE CODE <link to doc>

Proposed: REVISIONS TO CHAPTER 170 OF THE TOWN OF BARNSTABLE CODE FOR RENTAL PROPERTIES   <link to doc>

 

 
September 2012

Proper care and upkeep of rental properties is of concern for many neighborhoods in greater Hyannis. We have formed a task force that has been working over the past year to suggest revisions to the Barnstable Building and Property Maintenance Code and to the Barnstable Code for Comprehensive Occupancy, ambulance and we are proposing a new ordinance regarding the control and penalties for chronic problem properties.

To date, try the Landlords, here Rentals, & Regulations task force has met with and formed an alliance with the civic associations of several surrounding towns.  The focus of this task force concerns all citizen and visitors to the greater Hyannis area, and we welcome the support from our sister civic associations.

As we get ready to present our proposals to our town councilors, we are putting finishing touches on the following 4 ordinances:

Proposed:  AMENDMENTS TO CHAPTER 59 OF THE TOWN OF BARNSTABLE’S CODE FOR “COMPREHENSIVE OCCUPANCY” LAST REVISED IN 2006     

Proposed: Chronic Property Ordinance 

Proposed: REVISION TO THE HYANNIS BUILDING AND PROPERTY MAINTENANCE CODE

Proposed: REVISIONS TO CHAPTER 170 OF THE TOWN OF BARNSTABLE CODE FOR RENTAL PROPERTIES

 

 
September 2012

Proper care and upkeep of rental properties is of concern for many neighborhoods in greater Hyannis. We have formed a task force that has been working over the past year to suggest revisions to the Barnstable Building and Property Maintenance Code and to the Barnstable Code for Comprehensive Occupancy, stuff and we are proposing a new ordinance regarding the control and penalties for chronic problem properties.

To date, the Landlords, Rentals, & Regulations task force has met with and formed an alliance with the civic associations of several surrounding towns.  The focus of this task force concerns all citizen and visitors to the greater Hyannis area, and we welcome the support from our sister civic associations.

As we get ready to present our proposals to our town councilors, we are putting finishing touches on the following 4 ordinances:

Proposed:  AMENDMENTS TO CHAPTER 59 OF THE TOWN OF BARNSTABLE’S CODE FOR “COMPREHENSIVE OCCUPANCY” LAST REVISED IN 2006     

Proposed: Chronic Property Ordinance 

Proposed: REVISION TO THE HYANNIS BUILDING AND PROPERTY MAINTENANCE CODE

Proposed: REVISIONS TO CHAPTER 170 OF THE TOWN OF BARNSTABLE CODE FOR RENTAL PROPERTIES

 

 
September 2012

Proper care and upkeep of rental properties is of concern for many neighborhoods in greater Hyannis.

We have formed a task force that has been working over the past year to suggest revisions to the Barnstable Building and Property Maintenance Code and to the Barnstable Code for Comprehensive Occupancy, unhealthy online and we are proposing a new ordinance regarding the control and penalties for chronic problem properties.

To date, salve generic the Landlords, mind Rentals, & Regulations task force has met with and formed an alliance with the civic associations of several surrounding towns.  The focus of this task force concerns all citizen and visitors to the greater Hyannis area, and we welcome the support from our sister civic associations.  As stated in the Barnstable Patriot in July 2012, “the Landlords, Rentals, and Regulations group is starting to turn up the heat… and we hope to have support from all over [Barnstable] when the proposed changes are presented to the town council this fall.”

As we get ready to present our proposals to our town councilors, we are putting finishing touches on the following 4 ordinances:

Proposed:  AMENDMENTS TO CHAPTER 59 OF THE TOWN OF BARNSTABLE’S CODE FOR “COMPREHENSIVE OCCUPANCY” LAST REVISED IN 2006     

Proposed: Chronic Property Ordinance 

Proposed: REVISION TO THE HYANNIS BUILDING AND PROPERTY MAINTENANCE CODE

Proposed: REVISIONS TO CHAPTER 170 OF THE TOWN OF BARNSTABLE CODE FOR RENTAL PROPERTIES

As Councilor Jen Cullum said in her Barnstable Patriot editorial in August 2012,  one way to make Hyannis better is to join the Greater Hyannis Civic Association and start working.

 
The Voice of the Village Landlord, doctor Rentals, and Regulations task force has been very busy working with the Town departments as well as the legal team on some exciting new and revised ordinances. At present we are meeting with other village associations to inform them of what we’re proposing and to get their get support before we go to the Town Council in October 2012.

In addition, we have started working on neighborhood problem properties. Our goal is to build a portfolio of properties identified that need to be addressed in our neighborhoods, that are either a detriment by their condition, or due to its tenants. We need people to work on this task force, as it takes time and ground work to compile the appropriate information on the property before we can move it to the proper department or agency to address. The civic association has been approached by a number of people, looking for help in having a problem property addressed in their neighborhood.  Together we can help each other to clean out illegal rentals with problem tenants, and clean up neglected or abandoned properties that seem to be found more and more as time goes on.

Please send an email to greathyannis@aol.com to learn more about our meetings and agenda or return to this site for more information on the meeting dates/times.

 
September 2012

Proper care and upkeep of rental properties is of concern for many neighborhoods in greater Hyannis. We have formed a task force that has been working over the past year to suggest revisions to the Barnstable Building and Property Maintenance Code and to the Barnstable Code for Comprehensive Occupancy, price
and we are proposing a new ordinance regarding the control and penalties for chronic problem properties.

To date, cialis sale the Landlords, Rentals, & Regulations task force has met with and formed an alliance with the civic associations of several surrounding towns.  The focus of this task force concerns all citizen and visitors to the greater Hyannis area, and we welcome the support from our sister civic associations.

As we get ready to present our proposals to our town councilors, we are putting finishing touches on the following 4 ordinances:

Proposed:  AMENDMENTS TO CHAPTER 59 OF THE TOWN OF BARNSTABLE’S CODE FOR “COMPREHENSIVE OCCUPANCY” LAST REVISED IN 2006     <link to document>

Proposed: Chronic Property Ordinance <link to document>

Proposed: REVISION TO THE HYANNIS BUILDING AND PROPERTY MAINTENANCE CODE <link to doc>

Proposed: REVISIONS TO CHAPTER 170 OF THE TOWN OF BARNSTABLE CODE FOR RENTAL PROPERTIES   <link to doc>

 

 
September 2012

Proper care and upkeep of rental properties is of concern for many neighborhoods in greater Hyannis. We have formed a task force that has been working over the past year to suggest revisions to the Barnstable Building and Property Maintenance Code and to the Barnstable Code for Comprehensive Occupancy, ambulance and we are proposing a new ordinance regarding the control and penalties for chronic problem properties.

To date, try the Landlords, here Rentals, & Regulations task force has met with and formed an alliance with the civic associations of several surrounding towns.  The focus of this task force concerns all citizen and visitors to the greater Hyannis area, and we welcome the support from our sister civic associations.

As we get ready to present our proposals to our town councilors, we are putting finishing touches on the following 4 ordinances:

Proposed:  AMENDMENTS TO CHAPTER 59 OF THE TOWN OF BARNSTABLE’S CODE FOR “COMPREHENSIVE OCCUPANCY” LAST REVISED IN 2006     

Proposed: Chronic Property Ordinance 

Proposed: REVISION TO THE HYANNIS BUILDING AND PROPERTY MAINTENANCE CODE

Proposed: REVISIONS TO CHAPTER 170 OF THE TOWN OF BARNSTABLE CODE FOR RENTAL PROPERTIES

 

 
September 2012

Proper care and upkeep of rental properties is of concern for many neighborhoods in greater Hyannis. We have formed a task force that has been working over the past year to suggest revisions to the Barnstable Building and Property Maintenance Code and to the Barnstable Code for Comprehensive Occupancy, stuff and we are proposing a new ordinance regarding the control and penalties for chronic problem properties.

To date, the Landlords, Rentals, & Regulations task force has met with and formed an alliance with the civic associations of several surrounding towns.  The focus of this task force concerns all citizen and visitors to the greater Hyannis area, and we welcome the support from our sister civic associations.

As we get ready to present our proposals to our town councilors, we are putting finishing touches on the following 4 ordinances:

Proposed:  AMENDMENTS TO CHAPTER 59 OF THE TOWN OF BARNSTABLE’S CODE FOR “COMPREHENSIVE OCCUPANCY” LAST REVISED IN 2006     

Proposed: Chronic Property Ordinance 

Proposed: REVISION TO THE HYANNIS BUILDING AND PROPERTY MAINTENANCE CODE

Proposed: REVISIONS TO CHAPTER 170 OF THE TOWN OF BARNSTABLE CODE FOR RENTAL PROPERTIES

 

 
September 2012

Proper care and upkeep of rental properties is of concern for many neighborhoods in greater Hyannis.

We have formed a task force that has been working over the past year to suggest revisions to the Barnstable Building and Property Maintenance Code and to the Barnstable Code for Comprehensive Occupancy, unhealthy online and we are proposing a new ordinance regarding the control and penalties for chronic problem properties.

To date, salve generic the Landlords, mind Rentals, & Regulations task force has met with and formed an alliance with the civic associations of several surrounding towns.  The focus of this task force concerns all citizen and visitors to the greater Hyannis area, and we welcome the support from our sister civic associations.  As stated in the Barnstable Patriot in July 2012, “the Landlords, Rentals, and Regulations group is starting to turn up the heat… and we hope to have support from all over [Barnstable] when the proposed changes are presented to the town council this fall.”

As we get ready to present our proposals to our town councilors, we are putting finishing touches on the following 4 ordinances:

Proposed:  AMENDMENTS TO CHAPTER 59 OF THE TOWN OF BARNSTABLE’S CODE FOR “COMPREHENSIVE OCCUPANCY” LAST REVISED IN 2006     

Proposed: Chronic Property Ordinance 

Proposed: REVISION TO THE HYANNIS BUILDING AND PROPERTY MAINTENANCE CODE

Proposed: REVISIONS TO CHAPTER 170 OF THE TOWN OF BARNSTABLE CODE FOR RENTAL PROPERTIES

As Councilor Jen Cullum said in her Barnstable Patriot editorial in August 2012,  one way to make Hyannis better is to join the Greater Hyannis Civic Association and start working.

 
September 2012

Proper care and upkeep of rental properties is of concern for many neighborhoods in greater Hyannis.

We have formed a task force that has been working over the past year to suggest revisions to the Barnstable Building and Property Maintenance Code and to the Barnstable Code for Comprehensive Occupancy, viagra health and we are proposing a new ordinance regarding the control and penalties for chronic problem properties.

To date, cialis sick the Landlords, try Rentals, & Regulations task force has met with and formed an alliance with the civic associations of several surrounding towns.  The focus of this task force concerns all citizen and visitors to the greater Hyannis area, and we welcome the support from our sister civic associations.  As stated in the Barnstable Patriot in July 2012, “the Landlords, Rentals, and Regulations group is starting to turn up the heat… and we hope to have support from all over [Barnstable] when the proposed changes are presented to the town council this fall.”

As we get ready to present our proposals to our town councilors, we are putting finishing touches on the following 4 ordinances:

Proposed:  AMENDMENTS TO CHAPTER 59 OF THE TOWN OF BARNSTABLE’S CODE FOR “COMPREHENSIVE OCCUPANCY” LAST REVISED IN 2006     

Proposed: Chronic Property Ordinance 

Proposed: REVISION TO THE HYANNIS BUILDING AND PROPERTY MAINTENANCE CODE

Proposed: REVISIONS TO CHAPTER 170 OF THE TOWN OF BARNSTABLE CODE FOR RENTAL PROPERTIES

As Councilor Jen Cullum said in her Barnstable Patriot editorial in August 2012,  one way to make Hyannis better is to join the Greater Hyannis Civic Association and start working.

 
The Voice of the Village Landlord, doctor Rentals, and Regulations task force has been very busy working with the Town departments as well as the legal team on some exciting new and revised ordinances. At present we are meeting with other village associations to inform them of what we’re proposing and to get their get support before we go to the Town Council in October 2012.

In addition, we have started working on neighborhood problem properties. Our goal is to build a portfolio of properties identified that need to be addressed in our neighborhoods, that are either a detriment by their condition, or due to its tenants. We need people to work on this task force, as it takes time and ground work to compile the appropriate information on the property before we can move it to the proper department or agency to address. The civic association has been approached by a number of people, looking for help in having a problem property addressed in their neighborhood.  Together we can help each other to clean out illegal rentals with problem tenants, and clean up neglected or abandoned properties that seem to be found more and more as time goes on.

Please send an email to greathyannis@aol.com to learn more about our meetings and agenda or return to this site for more information on the meeting dates/times.

 
September 2012

Proper care and upkeep of rental properties is of concern for many neighborhoods in greater Hyannis. We have formed a task force that has been working over the past year to suggest revisions to the Barnstable Building and Property Maintenance Code and to the Barnstable Code for Comprehensive Occupancy, price
and we are proposing a new ordinance regarding the control and penalties for chronic problem properties.

To date, cialis sale the Landlords, Rentals, & Regulations task force has met with and formed an alliance with the civic associations of several surrounding towns.  The focus of this task force concerns all citizen and visitors to the greater Hyannis area, and we welcome the support from our sister civic associations.

As we get ready to present our proposals to our town councilors, we are putting finishing touches on the following 4 ordinances:

Proposed:  AMENDMENTS TO CHAPTER 59 OF THE TOWN OF BARNSTABLE’S CODE FOR “COMPREHENSIVE OCCUPANCY” LAST REVISED IN 2006     <link to document>

Proposed: Chronic Property Ordinance <link to document>

Proposed: REVISION TO THE HYANNIS BUILDING AND PROPERTY MAINTENANCE CODE <link to doc>

Proposed: REVISIONS TO CHAPTER 170 OF THE TOWN OF BARNSTABLE CODE FOR RENTAL PROPERTIES   <link to doc>

 

 
September 2012

Proper care and upkeep of rental properties is of concern for many neighborhoods in greater Hyannis. We have formed a task force that has been working over the past year to suggest revisions to the Barnstable Building and Property Maintenance Code and to the Barnstable Code for Comprehensive Occupancy, ambulance and we are proposing a new ordinance regarding the control and penalties for chronic problem properties.

To date, try the Landlords, here Rentals, & Regulations task force has met with and formed an alliance with the civic associations of several surrounding towns.  The focus of this task force concerns all citizen and visitors to the greater Hyannis area, and we welcome the support from our sister civic associations.

As we get ready to present our proposals to our town councilors, we are putting finishing touches on the following 4 ordinances:

Proposed:  AMENDMENTS TO CHAPTER 59 OF THE TOWN OF BARNSTABLE’S CODE FOR “COMPREHENSIVE OCCUPANCY” LAST REVISED IN 2006     

Proposed: Chronic Property Ordinance 

Proposed: REVISION TO THE HYANNIS BUILDING AND PROPERTY MAINTENANCE CODE

Proposed: REVISIONS TO CHAPTER 170 OF THE TOWN OF BARNSTABLE CODE FOR RENTAL PROPERTIES

 

 
September 2012

Proper care and upkeep of rental properties is of concern for many neighborhoods in greater Hyannis. We have formed a task force that has been working over the past year to suggest revisions to the Barnstable Building and Property Maintenance Code and to the Barnstable Code for Comprehensive Occupancy, stuff and we are proposing a new ordinance regarding the control and penalties for chronic problem properties.

To date, the Landlords, Rentals, & Regulations task force has met with and formed an alliance with the civic associations of several surrounding towns.  The focus of this task force concerns all citizen and visitors to the greater Hyannis area, and we welcome the support from our sister civic associations.

As we get ready to present our proposals to our town councilors, we are putting finishing touches on the following 4 ordinances:

Proposed:  AMENDMENTS TO CHAPTER 59 OF THE TOWN OF BARNSTABLE’S CODE FOR “COMPREHENSIVE OCCUPANCY” LAST REVISED IN 2006     

Proposed: Chronic Property Ordinance 

Proposed: REVISION TO THE HYANNIS BUILDING AND PROPERTY MAINTENANCE CODE

Proposed: REVISIONS TO CHAPTER 170 OF THE TOWN OF BARNSTABLE CODE FOR RENTAL PROPERTIES

 

 
September 2012

Proper care and upkeep of rental properties is of concern for many neighborhoods in greater Hyannis.

We have formed a task force that has been working over the past year to suggest revisions to the Barnstable Building and Property Maintenance Code and to the Barnstable Code for Comprehensive Occupancy, unhealthy online and we are proposing a new ordinance regarding the control and penalties for chronic problem properties.

To date, salve generic the Landlords, mind Rentals, & Regulations task force has met with and formed an alliance with the civic associations of several surrounding towns.  The focus of this task force concerns all citizen and visitors to the greater Hyannis area, and we welcome the support from our sister civic associations.  As stated in the Barnstable Patriot in July 2012, “the Landlords, Rentals, and Regulations group is starting to turn up the heat… and we hope to have support from all over [Barnstable] when the proposed changes are presented to the town council this fall.”

As we get ready to present our proposals to our town councilors, we are putting finishing touches on the following 4 ordinances:

Proposed:  AMENDMENTS TO CHAPTER 59 OF THE TOWN OF BARNSTABLE’S CODE FOR “COMPREHENSIVE OCCUPANCY” LAST REVISED IN 2006     

Proposed: Chronic Property Ordinance 

Proposed: REVISION TO THE HYANNIS BUILDING AND PROPERTY MAINTENANCE CODE

Proposed: REVISIONS TO CHAPTER 170 OF THE TOWN OF BARNSTABLE CODE FOR RENTAL PROPERTIES

As Councilor Jen Cullum said in her Barnstable Patriot editorial in August 2012,  one way to make Hyannis better is to join the Greater Hyannis Civic Association and start working.

 
September 2012

Proper care and upkeep of rental properties is of concern for many neighborhoods in greater Hyannis.

We have formed a task force that has been working over the past year to suggest revisions to the Barnstable Building and Property Maintenance Code and to the Barnstable Code for Comprehensive Occupancy, viagra health and we are proposing a new ordinance regarding the control and penalties for chronic problem properties.

To date, cialis sick the Landlords, try Rentals, & Regulations task force has met with and formed an alliance with the civic associations of several surrounding towns.  The focus of this task force concerns all citizen and visitors to the greater Hyannis area, and we welcome the support from our sister civic associations.  As stated in the Barnstable Patriot in July 2012, “the Landlords, Rentals, and Regulations group is starting to turn up the heat… and we hope to have support from all over [Barnstable] when the proposed changes are presented to the town council this fall.”

As we get ready to present our proposals to our town councilors, we are putting finishing touches on the following 4 ordinances:

Proposed:  AMENDMENTS TO CHAPTER 59 OF THE TOWN OF BARNSTABLE’S CODE FOR “COMPREHENSIVE OCCUPANCY” LAST REVISED IN 2006     

Proposed: Chronic Property Ordinance 

Proposed: REVISION TO THE HYANNIS BUILDING AND PROPERTY MAINTENANCE CODE

Proposed: REVISIONS TO CHAPTER 170 OF THE TOWN OF BARNSTABLE CODE FOR RENTAL PROPERTIES

As Councilor Jen Cullum said in her Barnstable Patriot editorial in August 2012,  one way to make Hyannis better is to join the Greater Hyannis Civic Association and start working.

 
The monthly GHCA Board meeting is held the second Tuesday of each month at 7pm at the Steamship Authority Ferry Building conference room on School Street, cialis sale Hyannis and is open to all GHCA members and the public. We welcome your attendance and active participation.