July 2015

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ask Helvetica, medical sans-serif;”>The group Neighbors Helping Neighbors (NHN)  is having their annual get together on Saturday, August 23rd near the corner of Harvard and Chase Streets.  Fun, games and food will be happening from noon until…  Join us!!

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ask Helvetica, medical sans-serif;”>The group Neighbors Helping Neighbors (NHN)  is having their annual get together on Saturday, August 23rd near the corner of Harvard and Chase Streets.  Fun, games and food will be happening from noon until…  Join us!!

The Greater Hyannis Civic Association Board meeting is tonight 9/8/15, prescription medical medical at 7PM, case pharmacy buy cialis at the Steam Ship Authority upstairs meeting room. One of the agenda items is a follow up from our local representatives (Brian Mannal and Randy Hunt) on the Drug Rehab center proposed for 209 Main Street, diagnosis Hyannis. Other items include updates on the Noah Shelter Day Care Center, HY Fire Dept. Commissioner meetings, and Problem Properties.

Please plan to attend, and help be part of the solution.
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ask Helvetica, medical sans-serif;”>The group Neighbors Helping Neighbors (NHN)  is having their annual get together on Saturday, August 23rd near the corner of Harvard and Chase Streets.  Fun, games and food will be happening from noon until…  Join us!!

The Greater Hyannis Civic Association Board meeting is tonight 9/8/15, prescription medical medical at 7PM, case pharmacy buy cialis at the Steam Ship Authority upstairs meeting room. One of the agenda items is a follow up from our local representatives (Brian Mannal and Randy Hunt) on the Drug Rehab center proposed for 209 Main Street, diagnosis Hyannis. Other items include updates on the Noah Shelter Day Care Center, HY Fire Dept. Commissioner meetings, and Problem Properties.

Please plan to attend, and help be part of the solution.
Never Forget: The Hyannis Fire Department will be having their annual September 11th memorial observance on Friday, price healing order 9/11/15 at 10AM in front of the Fire House, physician rx High School Road, Hyannis. Please come and show your support for remembering all of the lives lost that day.
illness ‘serif’;”>This press release has been distributed to a number of media outlets on Cape Cod, as well as to local officials.

 

ask Helvetica, medical sans-serif;”>The group Neighbors Helping Neighbors (NHN)  is having their annual get together on Saturday, August 23rd near the corner of Harvard and Chase Streets.  Fun, games and food will be happening from noon until…  Join us!!

The Greater Hyannis Civic Association Board meeting is tonight 9/8/15, prescription medical medical at 7PM, case pharmacy buy cialis at the Steam Ship Authority upstairs meeting room. One of the agenda items is a follow up from our local representatives (Brian Mannal and Randy Hunt) on the Drug Rehab center proposed for 209 Main Street, diagnosis Hyannis. Other items include updates on the Noah Shelter Day Care Center, HY Fire Dept. Commissioner meetings, and Problem Properties.

Please plan to attend, and help be part of the solution.
Never Forget: The Hyannis Fire Department will be having their annual September 11th memorial observance on Friday, price healing order 9/11/15 at 10AM in front of the Fire House, physician rx High School Road, Hyannis. Please come and show your support for remembering all of the lives lost that day.

GREATER HYANNIS CIVIC ASSOCIATION

EXECUTIVE BOARD MEETING MINUTES

JULY 14, shop 2015

Attending:       Bill Cronin, viagra Laura Cronin, no rx Larry Decker, Allen Goddard, Deb Krau, Ralph Krau, Tony Pelletier, Brad Pfeifer, Kath Strudwick

Excused:         Deb Dagwan, Dave Jones, Uta Quint

President Cronin opened the meeting at 7:07PM

There were approximately 30 guests in attendance including Rep. Brian Mannal, and Randy Hunt, members of the Administration of the Town of Barnstable, Leo Cakounes, County Commissioner, Town Council members Ann Canedy, & Jen Cullum, members of the press.

President Cronin brought forth Sarah Colvin Nelson as a recommended candidate for the Bd motion made and unanimously approved that she become elected as a Board member.

President. Cronin introduced Police Chief Paul MacDonald and his staff who passed out samples of “spice drugs”   and spoke about how it is developed., marketed and the devastating effects on individuals. This product is mostly sold mainly in Mom & Pop convenience stores and is marked not for “human consumption”. It is the drug of choice by the homeless because it sells from $3.50 to $15.00. Chief MacDonald stated that notification had been sent to some 50+ stores advising to remove this “drug” including glass pipes. Most have complied, however there are some 10 to 12 who have not. Methods of boycotting were discussed by the audience. Chief MacDonald also stated that they (the police) can not put anyone out of control from this drug usage into protective custody, as they can do with those under the influence of alcohol. Our Reps advised that there are a number of “bills” under consideration at the State level, and that the Governor is in favor of them. However, organizations such as the ACLU are against these bills. A consensus was that there need to be more education at all levels on spice drugs and that those businesses still selling these drugs need to have further encouragement to removed them from their stores.

209 Main Street:   Drug rehab “club house”. Questions of how did this happen?? Who approved? Whey did the State DPH not have any hearings on where to put this “club house”. Why in Hyannis??   Our State Reps Mannal & Hunt were given the charge to discover who this happened, to put the “brakes on it” with a 10 day time line. The 2nd message to the DP:H and other agencies is that Hyannis is saturated with “non profits” who wish to help the drug users and the homeless. Enough is enough.

June 9, 2015 notes (minutes) were approved by consensus;

Treasurer’s Report: Balance:  $4426.67 approved unanimously

Correspondence: The Hyannis Library sent a thank you note for the $150.00 donation for their Pitter. Patter, Puppets show held this summer.

Question of “plastic bags”   the consensus is that the GHCA should wait and see as well as to learn what the economic effect would be on small businesses. This is to be on the August agenda.

Membership Cards: Laura C. advised that signatures are challenging; she is working on it and some feed back is that the businesses are indicating a lack of usage.

Day Care Center: Deb K. indicated that there are some challenges with the Rick Presbrey situation. The consensus of the committee is that there needs to be a working pro forma budget, and game plan which should be turned over to the County. It needs a new location, a new name, a new Board, and this plan is targeted to be ready by September 2015.

Committee Liaison Assignments:   President Cronin to assign for the August agenda

Fund Raising: Brad P. advised that he and Pat Richards are meeting with businesses face to face. More information at the next meeting.

Fire Department: no report   the next agenda has not been sent out. Information is now posted on the Town’s web site, The GHCA was advised that Victor Skende was working on the development of a better web site, making ti more interactive.

Problem Properties:     August Agenda

Annual Meeting Critique:   The cost is estimated to be approximately $7.00 per person, and is not in line with the economics of our dues of $20. per family. The consensus is we must find a new location of a different format; a location that does not charge for the space, perhaps changing the date to late April or early May when some locations are just beginning to open for the season; need to make the meeting more exciting, and to have speakers observe their timelines;

4th of July Parade critique     “need more kids” need additional marketing, local school flyers; Brad P. advised that he may have a replacement for Deb K who has been involved with this element of the parade since inception   (some 7 to 8 years);     the consensus is that we will need at least 500+ more flags for hand outs

Motion was made to change the “chair” of the GHCA facebook from Lynn Doherty to Laura Cronin. Voted unanimously.

New Business:

Hyannis Parking Lots. Allen G advised that the next meeting would be on July 23rd at 5:30PM

Private Roads:             next month’s agenda

By Law Review:         Allen G, and Bob Ciolek are to review and present at the August Bd mtg;

Candidates Night:   The election is in November and Deb K. will chair this event. One needs to find space and a compatible time for this event to be televised   Allen g. advised that Paul Hebert is running in #3; Tinsley in #9, Cullum in #13, and John Flores in #1.   He indicated that there may be a challenger in #9 and that the end dates for submitting papers to be returned is July28th. September 15th is the potential dates set aside for a primary.

Board Member Kathy Strudwick,   asked that a Board social hosted by them be put onto the next agenda.

Meeting adjourned at 8:59PM

Respectfully submitted,

Ralph M. Krau, Secretary