July 2014

I would like to submit events from time to time for the Children’s Room at the Hyannis Public Library. I was wondering what would be the best way to do that. Should I submit them here in the “Contact Us” section or is there an email to send it to?

Thank you.

AUTHOR: Mary Bianco
AUTHOR EMAIL: mbianco@clamsnet.org
AUTHOR URL: http://www.hyannislibrary.org
SUBJECT: [Greater Hyannis Civic Association] Contact Us
IP: 4.31.159.76
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Thank you.
)

I would like to submit events from time to time for the Children’s Room at the Hyannis Public Library. I was wondering what would be the best way to do that. Should I submit them here in the “Contact Us” section or is there an email to send it to?

Thank you.

AUTHOR: Mary Bianco
AUTHOR EMAIL: mbianco@clamsnet.org
AUTHOR URL: http://www.hyannislibrary.org
SUBJECT: [Greater Hyannis Civic Association] Contact Us
IP: 4.31.159.76
Array
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[Name] => Mary Bianco
[Email] => mbianco@clamsnet.org
[Website] => www.hyannislibrary.org
[Message] => I would like to submit events from time to time for the Children’s Room at the Hyannis Public Library. I was wondering what would be the best way to do that. Should I submit them here in the “Contact Us” section or is there an email to send it to?

Thank you.
)

The Hyannis Water System is starting a water works project in the neighborhood between Old Colony Road, illness South Street and Sea Street. I would like to send you a flyer for distribution to your members. Could send me a return e-mail so I can attach the flyer? Thank you, ambulance Hans

AUTHOR: Hans Keijser
AUTHOR EMAIL: hans.keijser@town.barnstable.ma.us
AUTHOR URL:
SUBJECT: [Greater Hyannis Civic Association] Contact Us
IP: 50.204.158.170
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[Name] => Hans Keijser
[Email] => hans.keijser@town.barnstable.ma.us
[Website] =>
[Message] => The Hyannis Water System is starting a water works project in the neighborhood between Old Colony Road, South Street and Sea Street. I would like to send you a flyer for distribution to your members. Could send me a return e-mail so I can attach the flyer? Thank you, Hans

)

I would like to submit events from time to time for the Children’s Room at the Hyannis Public Library. I was wondering what would be the best way to do that. Should I submit them here in the “Contact Us” section or is there an email to send it to?

Thank you.

AUTHOR: Mary Bianco
AUTHOR EMAIL: mbianco@clamsnet.org
AUTHOR URL: http://www.hyannislibrary.org
SUBJECT: [Greater Hyannis Civic Association] Contact Us
IP: 4.31.159.76
Array
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[Name] => Mary Bianco
[Email] => mbianco@clamsnet.org
[Website] => www.hyannislibrary.org
[Message] => I would like to submit events from time to time for the Children’s Room at the Hyannis Public Library. I was wondering what would be the best way to do that. Should I submit them here in the “Contact Us” section or is there an email to send it to?

Thank you.
)

The Hyannis Water System is starting a water works project in the neighborhood between Old Colony Road, illness South Street and Sea Street. I would like to send you a flyer for distribution to your members. Could send me a return e-mail so I can attach the flyer? Thank you, ambulance Hans

AUTHOR: Hans Keijser
AUTHOR EMAIL: hans.keijser@town.barnstable.ma.us
AUTHOR URL:
SUBJECT: [Greater Hyannis Civic Association] Contact Us
IP: 50.204.158.170
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[Name] => Hans Keijser
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[Website] =>
[Message] => The Hyannis Water System is starting a water works project in the neighborhood between Old Colony Road, South Street and Sea Street. I would like to send you a flyer for distribution to your members. Could send me a return e-mail so I can attach the flyer? Thank you, Hans

)

The Hyannis Public Library will feature Len Gobeil, prescription Special  Projects Coordinator for the Town of Barnstable on Wednesday, viagra August 13, 2014, at 6pm.  Len will report on the two recent projects he has been working on in celebration of the town’s 375th Anniversary.    He has been interviewing people from across the town and asking them to look back and remember the “Good Old Days” of their youth.  He has spoken to and recorded conversations with over 50 people, including Jack Aylmer, Barbara Klimm, Gene Burman, Dr. Keith Rapp, Marty Hoxie, Phil Scudder, Joe Da Luz, and many others.  The second project includes researching information about the 46 War Veterans from the Town of Barnstable who gave their lives in service during various wars.    Len will help you learn who the 45 men and one woman are and what they did to serve our town and country.  Mr. Gobeil himself has a long history with the town.  He was a graduate of the very first class of the Cape Cod Community College and he has been a radio announcer at both WQRC and WXTK, plus a public speaking and history teacher at Barnstable High school.

This free talk is part of the Hyannis Library’s “Wednesday Talks and Tunes” summer series.  All are welcome.  After the 6pm talk, attendees are invited to stroll over to the Hyannis Village Green at 7pm for a free concert by the Barnstable Town Band.
I would like to submit events from time to time for the Children’s Room at the Hyannis Public Library. I was wondering what would be the best way to do that. Should I submit them here in the “Contact Us” section or is there an email to send it to?

Thank you.

AUTHOR: Mary Bianco
AUTHOR EMAIL: mbianco@clamsnet.org
AUTHOR URL: http://www.hyannislibrary.org
SUBJECT: [Greater Hyannis Civic Association] Contact Us
IP: 4.31.159.76
Array
(
[Name] => Mary Bianco
[Email] => mbianco@clamsnet.org
[Website] => www.hyannislibrary.org
[Message] => I would like to submit events from time to time for the Children’s Room at the Hyannis Public Library. I was wondering what would be the best way to do that. Should I submit them here in the “Contact Us” section or is there an email to send it to?

Thank you.
)

The Hyannis Water System is starting a water works project in the neighborhood between Old Colony Road, illness South Street and Sea Street. I would like to send you a flyer for distribution to your members. Could send me a return e-mail so I can attach the flyer? Thank you, ambulance Hans

AUTHOR: Hans Keijser
AUTHOR EMAIL: hans.keijser@town.barnstable.ma.us
AUTHOR URL:
SUBJECT: [Greater Hyannis Civic Association] Contact Us
IP: 50.204.158.170
Array
(
[Name] => Hans Keijser
[Email] => hans.keijser@town.barnstable.ma.us
[Website] =>
[Message] => The Hyannis Water System is starting a water works project in the neighborhood between Old Colony Road, South Street and Sea Street. I would like to send you a flyer for distribution to your members. Could send me a return e-mail so I can attach the flyer? Thank you, Hans

)

The Hyannis Public Library will feature Len Gobeil, prescription Special  Projects Coordinator for the Town of Barnstable on Wednesday, viagra August 13, 2014, at 6pm.  Len will report on the two recent projects he has been working on in celebration of the town’s 375th Anniversary.    He has been interviewing people from across the town and asking them to look back and remember the “Good Old Days” of their youth.  He has spoken to and recorded conversations with over 50 people, including Jack Aylmer, Barbara Klimm, Gene Burman, Dr. Keith Rapp, Marty Hoxie, Phil Scudder, Joe Da Luz, and many others.  The second project includes researching information about the 46 War Veterans from the Town of Barnstable who gave their lives in service during various wars.    Len will help you learn who the 45 men and one woman are and what they did to serve our town and country.  Mr. Gobeil himself has a long history with the town.  He was a graduate of the very first class of the Cape Cod Community College and he has been a radio announcer at both WQRC and WXTK, plus a public speaking and history teacher at Barnstable High school.

This free talk is part of the Hyannis Library’s “Wednesday Talks and Tunes” summer series.  All are welcome.  After the 6pm talk, attendees are invited to stroll over to the Hyannis Village Green at 7pm for a free concert by the Barnstable Town Band.
The Hyannis Public Library will feature Len Gobeil, online Special  Projects Coordinator for the Town of Barnstable on Wednesday, cheap August 13, 2014, at 6pm.  Len will report on the two recent projects he has been working on in celebration of the town’s 375th Anniversary.    He has been interviewing people from across the town and asking them to look back and remember the “Good Old Days” of their youth.  He has spoken to and recorded conversations with over 50 people, including Jack Aylmer, Barbara Klimm, Gene Burman, Dr. Keith Rapp, Marty Hoxie, Phil Scudder, Joe Da Luz, and many others.  The second project includes researching information about the 46 War Veterans from the Town of Barnstable who gave their lives in service during various wars.    Len will help you learn who the 45 men and one woman are and what they did to serve our town and country.  Mr. Gobeil himself has a long history with the town.  He was a graduate of the very first class of the Cape Cod Community College and he has been a radio announcer at both WQRC and WXTK, plus a public speaking and history teacher at Barnstable High school.

This free talk is part of the Hyannis Library’s “Wednesday Talks and Tunes” summer series.  All are welcome.  After the 6pm talk, attendees are invited to stroll over to the Hyannis Village Green at 7pm for a free concert by the Barnstable Town Band.
I would like to submit events from time to time for the Children’s Room at the Hyannis Public Library. I was wondering what would be the best way to do that. Should I submit them here in the “Contact Us” section or is there an email to send it to?

Thank you.

AUTHOR: Mary Bianco
AUTHOR EMAIL: mbianco@clamsnet.org
AUTHOR URL: http://www.hyannislibrary.org
SUBJECT: [Greater Hyannis Civic Association] Contact Us
IP: 4.31.159.76
Array
(
[Name] => Mary Bianco
[Email] => mbianco@clamsnet.org
[Website] => www.hyannislibrary.org
[Message] => I would like to submit events from time to time for the Children’s Room at the Hyannis Public Library. I was wondering what would be the best way to do that. Should I submit them here in the “Contact Us” section or is there an email to send it to?

Thank you.
)

The Hyannis Water System is starting a water works project in the neighborhood between Old Colony Road, illness South Street and Sea Street. I would like to send you a flyer for distribution to your members. Could send me a return e-mail so I can attach the flyer? Thank you, ambulance Hans

AUTHOR: Hans Keijser
AUTHOR EMAIL: hans.keijser@town.barnstable.ma.us
AUTHOR URL:
SUBJECT: [Greater Hyannis Civic Association] Contact Us
IP: 50.204.158.170
Array
(
[Name] => Hans Keijser
[Email] => hans.keijser@town.barnstable.ma.us
[Website] =>
[Message] => The Hyannis Water System is starting a water works project in the neighborhood between Old Colony Road, South Street and Sea Street. I would like to send you a flyer for distribution to your members. Could send me a return e-mail so I can attach the flyer? Thank you, Hans

)

The Hyannis Public Library will feature Len Gobeil, prescription Special  Projects Coordinator for the Town of Barnstable on Wednesday, viagra August 13, 2014, at 6pm.  Len will report on the two recent projects he has been working on in celebration of the town’s 375th Anniversary.    He has been interviewing people from across the town and asking them to look back and remember the “Good Old Days” of their youth.  He has spoken to and recorded conversations with over 50 people, including Jack Aylmer, Barbara Klimm, Gene Burman, Dr. Keith Rapp, Marty Hoxie, Phil Scudder, Joe Da Luz, and many others.  The second project includes researching information about the 46 War Veterans from the Town of Barnstable who gave their lives in service during various wars.    Len will help you learn who the 45 men and one woman are and what they did to serve our town and country.  Mr. Gobeil himself has a long history with the town.  He was a graduate of the very first class of the Cape Cod Community College and he has been a radio announcer at both WQRC and WXTK, plus a public speaking and history teacher at Barnstable High school.

This free talk is part of the Hyannis Library’s “Wednesday Talks and Tunes” summer series.  All are welcome.  After the 6pm talk, attendees are invited to stroll over to the Hyannis Village Green at 7pm for a free concert by the Barnstable Town Band.
The Hyannis Public Library will feature Len Gobeil, online Special  Projects Coordinator for the Town of Barnstable on Wednesday, cheap August 13, 2014, at 6pm.  Len will report on the two recent projects he has been working on in celebration of the town’s 375th Anniversary.    He has been interviewing people from across the town and asking them to look back and remember the “Good Old Days” of their youth.  He has spoken to and recorded conversations with over 50 people, including Jack Aylmer, Barbara Klimm, Gene Burman, Dr. Keith Rapp, Marty Hoxie, Phil Scudder, Joe Da Luz, and many others.  The second project includes researching information about the 46 War Veterans from the Town of Barnstable who gave their lives in service during various wars.    Len will help you learn who the 45 men and one woman are and what they did to serve our town and country.  Mr. Gobeil himself has a long history with the town.  He was a graduate of the very first class of the Cape Cod Community College and he has been a radio announcer at both WQRC and WXTK, plus a public speaking and history teacher at Barnstable High school.

This free talk is part of the Hyannis Library’s “Wednesday Talks and Tunes” summer series.  All are welcome.  After the 6pm talk, attendees are invited to stroll over to the Hyannis Village Green at 7pm for a free concert by the Barnstable Town Band.
The Hyannis Public Library will feature Len Gobeil, health Special  Projects Coordinator for the Town of Barnstable, on Wednesday, August 13, 2014, at 6pm.  Len will report on the two recent projects he has been working on in celebration of the town’s 375th Anniversary.    He has been interviewing people from across the town and asking them to look back and remember the “Good Old Days” of their youth.  He has spoken to and recorded conversations with over 50 people, including Jack Aylmer, Barbara Klimm, Gene Burman, Dr. Keith Rapp, Marty Hoxie, Phil Scudder, Joe Da Luz, and many others.  The second project includes researching information about the 46 War Veterans from the Town of Barnstable who gave their lives in service during various wars.    Len will help you learn who the 45 men and one woman are and what they did to serve our town and country.  Mr. Gobeil himself has a long history with the town.  He was a graduate of the very first class of the Cape Cod Community College and he has been a radio announcer at both WQRC and WXTK, plus a public speaking and history teacher at Barnstable High school.
I would like to submit events from time to time for the Children’s Room at the Hyannis Public Library. I was wondering what would be the best way to do that. Should I submit them here in the “Contact Us” section or is there an email to send it to?

Thank you.

AUTHOR: Mary Bianco
AUTHOR EMAIL: mbianco@clamsnet.org
AUTHOR URL: http://www.hyannislibrary.org
SUBJECT: [Greater Hyannis Civic Association] Contact Us
IP: 4.31.159.76
Array
(
[Name] => Mary Bianco
[Email] => mbianco@clamsnet.org
[Website] => www.hyannislibrary.org
[Message] => I would like to submit events from time to time for the Children’s Room at the Hyannis Public Library. I was wondering what would be the best way to do that. Should I submit them here in the “Contact Us” section or is there an email to send it to?

Thank you.
)

The Hyannis Water System is starting a water works project in the neighborhood between Old Colony Road, illness South Street and Sea Street. I would like to send you a flyer for distribution to your members. Could send me a return e-mail so I can attach the flyer? Thank you, ambulance Hans

AUTHOR: Hans Keijser
AUTHOR EMAIL: hans.keijser@town.barnstable.ma.us
AUTHOR URL:
SUBJECT: [Greater Hyannis Civic Association] Contact Us
IP: 50.204.158.170
Array
(
[Name] => Hans Keijser
[Email] => hans.keijser@town.barnstable.ma.us
[Website] =>
[Message] => The Hyannis Water System is starting a water works project in the neighborhood between Old Colony Road, South Street and Sea Street. I would like to send you a flyer for distribution to your members. Could send me a return e-mail so I can attach the flyer? Thank you, Hans

)

The Hyannis Public Library will feature Len Gobeil, prescription Special  Projects Coordinator for the Town of Barnstable on Wednesday, viagra August 13, 2014, at 6pm.  Len will report on the two recent projects he has been working on in celebration of the town’s 375th Anniversary.    He has been interviewing people from across the town and asking them to look back and remember the “Good Old Days” of their youth.  He has spoken to and recorded conversations with over 50 people, including Jack Aylmer, Barbara Klimm, Gene Burman, Dr. Keith Rapp, Marty Hoxie, Phil Scudder, Joe Da Luz, and many others.  The second project includes researching information about the 46 War Veterans from the Town of Barnstable who gave their lives in service during various wars.    Len will help you learn who the 45 men and one woman are and what they did to serve our town and country.  Mr. Gobeil himself has a long history with the town.  He was a graduate of the very first class of the Cape Cod Community College and he has been a radio announcer at both WQRC and WXTK, plus a public speaking and history teacher at Barnstable High school.

This free talk is part of the Hyannis Library’s “Wednesday Talks and Tunes” summer series.  All are welcome.  After the 6pm talk, attendees are invited to stroll over to the Hyannis Village Green at 7pm for a free concert by the Barnstable Town Band.
The Hyannis Public Library will feature Len Gobeil, online Special  Projects Coordinator for the Town of Barnstable on Wednesday, cheap August 13, 2014, at 6pm.  Len will report on the two recent projects he has been working on in celebration of the town’s 375th Anniversary.    He has been interviewing people from across the town and asking them to look back and remember the “Good Old Days” of their youth.  He has spoken to and recorded conversations with over 50 people, including Jack Aylmer, Barbara Klimm, Gene Burman, Dr. Keith Rapp, Marty Hoxie, Phil Scudder, Joe Da Luz, and many others.  The second project includes researching information about the 46 War Veterans from the Town of Barnstable who gave their lives in service during various wars.    Len will help you learn who the 45 men and one woman are and what they did to serve our town and country.  Mr. Gobeil himself has a long history with the town.  He was a graduate of the very first class of the Cape Cod Community College and he has been a radio announcer at both WQRC and WXTK, plus a public speaking and history teacher at Barnstable High school.

This free talk is part of the Hyannis Library’s “Wednesday Talks and Tunes” summer series.  All are welcome.  After the 6pm talk, attendees are invited to stroll over to the Hyannis Village Green at 7pm for a free concert by the Barnstable Town Band.
The Hyannis Public Library will feature Len Gobeil, health Special  Projects Coordinator for the Town of Barnstable, on Wednesday, August 13, 2014, at 6pm.  Len will report on the two recent projects he has been working on in celebration of the town’s 375th Anniversary.    He has been interviewing people from across the town and asking them to look back and remember the “Good Old Days” of their youth.  He has spoken to and recorded conversations with over 50 people, including Jack Aylmer, Barbara Klimm, Gene Burman, Dr. Keith Rapp, Marty Hoxie, Phil Scudder, Joe Da Luz, and many others.  The second project includes researching information about the 46 War Veterans from the Town of Barnstable who gave their lives in service during various wars.    Len will help you learn who the 45 men and one woman are and what they did to serve our town and country.  Mr. Gobeil himself has a long history with the town.  He was a graduate of the very first class of the Cape Cod Community College and he has been a radio announcer at both WQRC and WXTK, plus a public speaking and history teacher at Barnstable High school.

GREATER HYANNIS CIVIC ASSOCATION

EXECUTIVE COMMITTEE BOARD MINUTES

JULY 8, abortion
2014

Correspondence:  Ellen Swiniarski, Site Plan. Reg. Review  Coordinator, asked if the GHCA wished to be represented at a special events committee to handle “one day” permitting.   Ed Mackay will coordinate.

Chris Bartley advised that he will not be available for the next 6 months.  Motion made to grant a 6 month leave of absence.

Per the Democratic Committee, there will be at the Centerville Library at 7PM  on Wednesday, the 9th of July, a “lets talk trash” for all to attend to learn more about pay as you throw.

Fire Department Sub Committee Report:

The vote on the Bldg  on July 1st was defeated;  Ralph K. presented a proposal to have a combined reconciliation consensus building sub committee comprising members from the HFD and the GHCA to meet and develop a unified plan.  The positive results would lead to a vote being able to occur in late September  —  October  2014.

Old Business:

Membership Committee reported that the new cards and flyers have been received

Main Street Initiative – Day Care.  Deb K advised that on 7/18/2014, at 8:30AM there will be a “homeless walk” followed by a meeting at the JFK Museum with Aaron Gornstein from Dept. of Housing & Community Development for Massachusetts, who will be announcing the first year funding for the new NOAH based Day Center, in Hyannis;    Deb K. also advised the community police task force was becoming very effective in that 12 persons were now in various stages of therapy;  additional there will be a number of steering committees formed to provide direction for this program.

Committee Liaison Assignments:    Deb K. advised that she was no longer the Chair of the Hyannis Water Board, and that Steve O’Neil was the new Chair.  But she will continue to serve on that Board.

Fund Raising:    Brad P. reported that Pat Richardson has sold 5 business memberships to Country Gardens; Bradford Hardware; Hyannis Liquor; Mass Bay;  Gringo’s & Carey Commercial;  Ed Mackay advised he was not prepared to launch his efforts.  The BOD was advised to have Paulette R,  push these businesses on our web site.

375th Anniversary Committee:  Ralph K.  reported that the next meeting will be on the 16th of July at 9AM, Selectman’s Conference Room;  and the next major item is the picnic to be held on Sunday 9/21/2014,  11:30AM.  The BOD was advised that Cape Cod Potato Chips will provide 5000+ bags of chips for the picnic, but will consider a financial sponsorship as well.  Ralph advised that he will need an estimated 40 volunteers and 4+ safe serve certified assistants.  Brad P. said he might be able to secure 10 to 12 volunteers including some with safe serve certificates, but asked for them to wear their Harbor Hawks apparel.  Ralph will bring this up for discussion at the next 375th mtg.

New Business:

Hyannis Parking Lots:     Bob C. prepared a report which he sent the Board,  which  he advised that the Town of Barnstable needs to enforce the current existing rules & regulations, before obtaining more licenses.  Additionally a review of all of the consultants reports indicated that a parking garage should be built.   The question is what is the current level of enforcement.  Discussion was to invite Mr. Scali, Regulatory Director to the next Board mtg  on August  12th, 2014.   Bill C. to handle.

Private Roads report:  Bob C. advised he did a presentation to the five (5) Councilors on Monday July 7th.  In addition to CFAC being opposed to the use of sewer funds for “private roads”, other organizations such as the Hyannis Water Board, the CAC have up-held our position, of “Don’t Touch the Sewer Fund”, and to use other available avenues for funding.  It is anticipated that  the State Legislature will begin to review this Home Rule petition in early 2015.

K Mart Plaza /Airport:   Laura C. reported that the Airport  Chair, Ron Persuitte, & “Bud” Breault, Manager did a presentation.  They feel that there should be no change to the current status.  CFAC has requested a copy of the lease to begin further dialogue, and what involvement does the FAA have in the sale of the property.  CFAX believes it will be invited for further discussions on the best value of this property.

Up the Creek property:    Bill c. advised that the Zoning Bd of Appeals said no to the conversion of this former restaurant into housing.  The neighborhood provided a very good defense against the requested zoning change.

Sea Street Visioning:   The report is that there are plans for sidewalks, bike lanes, and landscaping.

Veterans Beach:  Ed Mackay reported on difficulties to park  at this beach.”  The attendants stated that when the lot is full,  that the police mandate that 10 cars must leave before additional cars can enter.   This issue will be further reviewed by Ed. M for discussion at the next Exec. Bd Mtg.

Garden Plot volunteers:  Ralph K. advised that the following Board members had signed up as care takers;  July 12th  Bob C; July 19th Laura C; July 26th, Larry D., August 2nd, Chris B;  (Allen G. to so notify him); & August 9 and 16,   the Krau’s.