Reminder – Hyannis Fire Station Vote is Tonight

Hyannis Fire District Building Committee meeting will be held on Monday, cheapest ask  June 30th, visit (time and location yet to be determined). The committee will be presenting the final version of the new Hyannis Fire District facility they want to put forth to the district voters on July 1, viagra 2014. We urge everyone to attend this meeting, so you can see what the final results are, and whether it is something the rate payers can afford. We all want to get the new firehouse built.  Let’s become involved, understand what is being proposed, what proceeds they expect to get from selling the properties the district owns, and be part of the solution to help get this done. GHCA will post more details with the date and time as soon as they become available.
Hyannis Fire District Building Committee meeting will be held on Monday, ask  June 30th, (time and location yet to be determined). The committee will be presenting the final version of the new Hyannis Fire District facility they want to put forth to the district voters on July 1, 2014. We urge everyone to attend this meeting, so you can see what the final results are, and whether it is something the rate payers can afford. We all want to get the new firehouse built.  Let’s become involved, understand what is being proposed, what proceeds they expect to get from selling the properties the district owns, and be part of the solution to help get this done. GHCA will post more details with the date and time as soon as they become available.
Hyannis Fire District Commissioners have set the date for a special district vote on the new proposed Hyannis Fire District Building. It will be on Tues. July 1, online 2014 at 7PM at the Knights Auditorium at Barnstable High School. We encourage all Hyannis Fire District rate payers and voters to attend. More details to follow.
Hyannis Fire District Building Committee meeting will be held on Monday, ask  June 30th, (time and location yet to be determined). The committee will be presenting the final version of the new Hyannis Fire District facility they want to put forth to the district voters on July 1, 2014. We urge everyone to attend this meeting, so you can see what the final results are, and whether it is something the rate payers can afford. We all want to get the new firehouse built.  Let’s become involved, understand what is being proposed, what proceeds they expect to get from selling the properties the district owns, and be part of the solution to help get this done. GHCA will post more details with the date and time as soon as they become available.
Hyannis Fire District Commissioners have set the date for a special district vote on the new proposed Hyannis Fire District Building. It will be on Tues. July 1, online 2014 at 7PM at the Knights Auditorium at Barnstable High School. We encourage all Hyannis Fire District rate payers and voters to attend. More details to follow.
Please verify our membership standing with Hyannis Civic Association. We believe we have a two year membership. Thanks, physician Paul Hebert, 508-778-0568 Home phone call better than the email which I seldom check. There is a message machine at home. Thanks and have a great summer. Paul

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We appreciate your support and watch for more special meetings and events throughout the summer.

Look for HYRES on your Tax Bill Summary to determine if you should vote.

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Where: Barnstable High School Performing Arts Center

There is an important vote on Tues. July 1st regarding the new Hyannis Fire District Station. What happens next, and how they proceed is up to the district voters. We need a new station; we need to provide a safe and secure facility for our Fire Fighters and Rescue personnel; and we need one which fits what the district payers can afford. That’s why we need as many of the district voters to come Tuesday night so all our voices are heard.

Back in March the voters stopped the proposed $19.8 million building, (which does not include $3.4 million land and design costs already approved = $23.2 million total project costs). The Hyannis Fire District Building Committee also proposed selling two district owned properties for an anticipated $2 million, and applying those monies to reduce the bonding amount, potentially bringing the total down to $21.2 million. It was stopped because we, the voters, felt it was too much.

The Greater Hyannis Civic Association sub- committee has worked hard to bring this important issue to the residents of the district and we have made constructive, positive, suggestions throughout the process.  The GHCA sub-committee feels there are more opportunities for cost savings, and have presented them to the Hyannis Fire District’s Building Committee for consideration. However, at this time, the Hyannis Fire District Building Committee has chosen not to consider them, and has opted to hold the vote immediately on July 1st, without any further reductions.

Now the Hyannis Fire District Building Committee will be back on Tues., July 1st proposing $18.9 million building costs, (which does not include $3.4 million land and design costs already approved = $22.3 million total project costs). However, the property bids only came in at $815,000, far short of the $2 million offset they had hoped for; and as of today, there is no decision on whether they will sell the properties at this time. The building costs only came down by $900,000 since March, is that enough? That is for you to decide.

Please come to the special Hyannis Fire District meeting, Tues. July 1st at 7PM, Barnstable High School Performing Arts Center, listen to the latest proposal, and vote what you can afford.  This decision should be made from as many of the 8,999 Hyannis Fire District voting households as possible, and not left up to a handful of people. If you aren’t sure what fire district you are in, look at your tax bill, it will show HYRES under the Tax Summary section. That means you are in the Hyannis Fire District and this decision will affect you (Note: all fire district rates are assessed at the full assessed value).

Please come Tuesday and let your vote be heard.

sickness ‘serif’; font-size: 10pt;”>The 2014/2015 GHCA Membership cards are in and will be mailed out with the new sponsor discounts packet to all paid memberships.

pills ‘serif’; font-size: 10pt;”>If you haven’t paid your dues, please fill out the GHCA membership form, and send it in today so you can also take advantage of the great savings our local sponsors offer.

We appreciate your support and watch for more special meetings and events throughout the summer.

Look for HYRES on your Tax Bill Summary to determine if you should vote.

When: Tues., for sale July 1st, buy cialis at 7PM

Where: Barnstable High School Performing Arts Center

There is an important vote on Tues. July 1st regarding the new Hyannis Fire District Station. What happens next, and how they proceed is up to the district voters. We need a new station; we need to provide a safe and secure facility for our Fire Fighters and Rescue personnel; and we need one which fits what the district payers can afford. That’s why we need as many of the district voters to come Tuesday night so all our voices are heard.

Back in March the voters stopped the proposed $19.8 million building, (which does not include $3.4 million land and design costs already approved = $23.2 million total project costs). The Hyannis Fire District Building Committee also proposed selling two district owned properties for an anticipated $2 million, and applying those monies to reduce the bonding amount, potentially bringing the total down to $21.2 million. It was stopped because we, the voters, felt it was too much.

The Greater Hyannis Civic Association sub- committee has worked hard to bring this important issue to the residents of the district and we have made constructive, positive, suggestions throughout the process.  The GHCA sub-committee feels there are more opportunities for cost savings, and have presented them to the Hyannis Fire District’s Building Committee for consideration. However, at this time, the Hyannis Fire District Building Committee has chosen not to consider them, and has opted to hold the vote immediately on July 1st, without any further reductions.

Now the Hyannis Fire District Building Committee will be back on Tues., July 1st proposing $18.9 million building costs, (which does not include $3.4 million land and design costs already approved = $22.3 million total project costs). However, the property bids only came in at $815,000, far short of the $2 million offset they had hoped for; and as of today, there is no decision on whether they will sell the properties at this time. The building costs only came down by $900,000 since March, is that enough? That is for you to decide.

Please come to the special Hyannis Fire District meeting, Tues. July 1st at 7PM, Barnstable High School Performing Arts Center, listen to the latest proposal, and vote what you can afford.  This decision should be made from as many of the 8,999 Hyannis Fire District voting households as possible, and not left up to a handful of people. If you aren’t sure what fire district you are in, look at your tax bill, it will show HYRES under the Tax Summary section. That means you are in the Hyannis Fire District and this decision will affect you (Note: all fire district rates are assessed at the full assessed value).

Please come Tuesday and let your vote be heard.
Look for HYRES on your Tax Bill Summary to determine if you should vote.

When: Tues., buy viagra July 1st, pharmacy at 7PM

Where: Barnstable High School Performing Arts Center

There is an important vote on Tues. July 1st regarding the new Hyannis Fire District Station. What happens next, and how they proceed is up to the district voters. We need a new station; we need to provide a safe and secure facility for our Fire Fighters and Rescue personnel; and we need one which fits what the district payers can afford. That’s why we need as many of the district voters to come Tuesday night so all our voices are heard.

Back in March the voters stopped the proposed $19.8 million building, (which does not include $3.4 million land and design costs already approved = $23.2 million total project costs). The Hyannis Fire District Building Committee also proposed selling two district owned properties for an anticipated $2 million, and applying those monies to reduce the bonding amount, potentially bringing the total down to $21.2 million. It was stopped because we, the voters, felt it was too much.

The Greater Hyannis Civic Association sub- committee has worked hard to bring this important issue to the residents of the district and we have made constructive, positive, suggestions throughout the process.  The GHCA sub-committee feels there are more opportunities for cost savings, and have presented them to the Hyannis Fire District’s Building Committee for consideration. However, at this time, the Hyannis Fire District Building Committee has chosen no to consider them, and has opted to hold the vote immediately on July 1st, without any further reductions.

Now the Hyannis Fire District Building Committee will be back on Tues., July 1st proposing $18.9 million building costs, (which does not include $3.4 million land and design costs already approved = $22.3 million total project costs). However, the property bids only came in at $815,000, far short of the $2 million offset they had hoped for; and as of today, there is no decision on whether they will sell the properties at this time. The building costs only came down by $900,000 since March, is that enough? That is for you to decide.

Please come to the special Hyannis Fire District meeting, Tues. July 1st at 7PM, Barnstable High School Performing Arts Center, listen to the latest proposal, and vote what you can afford.  This decision should be made from as many of the 8,999 Hyannis Fire District voting households as possible, and not left up to a handful of people. If you aren’t sure what fire district you are in, look at your tax bill, it will show HYRES under the Tax Summary section. That means you are in the Hyannis Fire District and this decision will affect you (Note: all fire district rates are assessed at the full assessed value).

Please come Tuesday and let your vote be heard.

sickness ‘serif’; font-size: 10pt;”>The 2014/2015 GHCA Membership cards are in and will be mailed out with the new sponsor discounts packet to all paid memberships.

pills ‘serif’; font-size: 10pt;”>If you haven’t paid your dues, please fill out the GHCA membership form, and send it in today so you can also take advantage of the great savings our local sponsors offer.

We appreciate your support and watch for more special meetings and events throughout the summer.

Look for HYRES on your Tax Bill Summary to determine if you should vote.

When: Tues., for sale July 1st, buy cialis at 7PM

Where: Barnstable High School Performing Arts Center

There is an important vote on Tues. July 1st regarding the new Hyannis Fire District Station. What happens next, and how they proceed is up to the district voters. We need a new station; we need to provide a safe and secure facility for our Fire Fighters and Rescue personnel; and we need one which fits what the district payers can afford. That’s why we need as many of the district voters to come Tuesday night so all our voices are heard.

Back in March the voters stopped the proposed $19.8 million building, (which does not include $3.4 million land and design costs already approved = $23.2 million total project costs). The Hyannis Fire District Building Committee also proposed selling two district owned properties for an anticipated $2 million, and applying those monies to reduce the bonding amount, potentially bringing the total down to $21.2 million. It was stopped because we, the voters, felt it was too much.

The Greater Hyannis Civic Association sub- committee has worked hard to bring this important issue to the residents of the district and we have made constructive, positive, suggestions throughout the process.  The GHCA sub-committee feels there are more opportunities for cost savings, and have presented them to the Hyannis Fire District’s Building Committee for consideration. However, at this time, the Hyannis Fire District Building Committee has chosen not to consider them, and has opted to hold the vote immediately on July 1st, without any further reductions.

Now the Hyannis Fire District Building Committee will be back on Tues., July 1st proposing $18.9 million building costs, (which does not include $3.4 million land and design costs already approved = $22.3 million total project costs). However, the property bids only came in at $815,000, far short of the $2 million offset they had hoped for; and as of today, there is no decision on whether they will sell the properties at this time. The building costs only came down by $900,000 since March, is that enough? That is for you to decide.

Please come to the special Hyannis Fire District meeting, Tues. July 1st at 7PM, Barnstable High School Performing Arts Center, listen to the latest proposal, and vote what you can afford.  This decision should be made from as many of the 8,999 Hyannis Fire District voting households as possible, and not left up to a handful of people. If you aren’t sure what fire district you are in, look at your tax bill, it will show HYRES under the Tax Summary section. That means you are in the Hyannis Fire District and this decision will affect you (Note: all fire district rates are assessed at the full assessed value).

Please come Tuesday and let your vote be heard.
Look for HYRES on your Tax Bill Summary to determine if you should vote.

When: Tues., buy viagra July 1st, pharmacy at 7PM

Where: Barnstable High School Performing Arts Center

There is an important vote on Tues. July 1st regarding the new Hyannis Fire District Station. What happens next, and how they proceed is up to the district voters. We need a new station; we need to provide a safe and secure facility for our Fire Fighters and Rescue personnel; and we need one which fits what the district payers can afford. That’s why we need as many of the district voters to come Tuesday night so all our voices are heard.

Back in March the voters stopped the proposed $19.8 million building, (which does not include $3.4 million land and design costs already approved = $23.2 million total project costs). The Hyannis Fire District Building Committee also proposed selling two district owned properties for an anticipated $2 million, and applying those monies to reduce the bonding amount, potentially bringing the total down to $21.2 million. It was stopped because we, the voters, felt it was too much.

The Greater Hyannis Civic Association sub- committee has worked hard to bring this important issue to the residents of the district and we have made constructive, positive, suggestions throughout the process.  The GHCA sub-committee feels there are more opportunities for cost savings, and have presented them to the Hyannis Fire District’s Building Committee for consideration. However, at this time, the Hyannis Fire District Building Committee has chosen no to consider them, and has opted to hold the vote immediately on July 1st, without any further reductions.

Now the Hyannis Fire District Building Committee will be back on Tues., July 1st proposing $18.9 million building costs, (which does not include $3.4 million land and design costs already approved = $22.3 million total project costs). However, the property bids only came in at $815,000, far short of the $2 million offset they had hoped for; and as of today, there is no decision on whether they will sell the properties at this time. The building costs only came down by $900,000 since March, is that enough? That is for you to decide.

Please come to the special Hyannis Fire District meeting, Tues. July 1st at 7PM, Barnstable High School Performing Arts Center, listen to the latest proposal, and vote what you can afford.  This decision should be made from as many of the 8,999 Hyannis Fire District voting households as possible, and not left up to a handful of people. If you aren’t sure what fire district you are in, look at your tax bill, it will show HYRES under the Tax Summary section. That means you are in the Hyannis Fire District and this decision will affect you (Note: all fire district rates are assessed at the full assessed value).

Please come Tuesday and let your vote be heard.
Look for HYRES on your Tax Bill Summary to determine if you should vote.

When: Tues., online July 1st, illness at 7PM

Where: Barnstable High School Performing Arts Center

There is an important vote on Tues. July 1st regarding the new Hyannis Fire District Station. What happens next, and how they proceed is up to the district voters. We need a new station; we need to provide a safe and secure facility for our Fire Fighters and Rescue personnel; and we need one which fits what the district payers can afford. That’s why we need as many of the district voters to come Tuesday night so all our voices are heard.

Back in March the voters stopped the proposed $19.8 million building, (which does not include $3.4 million land and design costs already approved = $23.2 million total project costs). The Hyannis Fire District Building Committee also proposed selling two district owned properties for an anticipated $2 million, and applying those monies to reduce the bonding amount, potentially bringing the total down to $21.2 million. It was stopped because we, the voters, felt it was too much.

The Greater Hyannis Civic Association sub- committee has worked hard to bring this important issue to the residents of the district and we have made constructive, positive, suggestions throughout the process.  The GHCA sub-committee feels there are more opportunities for cost savings, and have presented them to the Hyannis Fire District’s Building Committee for consideration. However, at this time, the Hyannis Fire District Building Committee has chosen not to consider them, and has opted to hold the vote immediately on July 1st, without any further reductions.

Now the Hyannis Fire District Building Committee will be back on Tues., July 1st proposing $18.9 million building costs, (which does not include $3.4 million land and design costs already approved = $22.3 million total project costs). However, the property bids only came in at $815,000, far short of the $2 million offset they had hoped for; and as of today, there is no decision on whether they will sell the properties at this time. The building costs only came down by $900,000 since March, is that enough? That is for you to decide.

Please come to the special Hyannis Fire District meeting, Tues. July 1st at 7PM, Barnstable High School Performing Arts Center, listen to the latest proposal, and vote what you can afford.  This decision should be made from as many of the 8,999 Hyannis Fire District voting households as possible, and not left up to a handful of people. If you aren’t sure what fire district you are in, look at your tax bill, it will show HYRES under the Tax Summary section. That means you are in the Hyannis Fire District and this decision will affect you (Note: all fire district rates are assessed at the full assessed value).

Please come Tuesday and let your vote be heard.

sickness ‘serif’; font-size: 10pt;”>The 2014/2015 GHCA Membership cards are in and will be mailed out with the new sponsor discounts packet to all paid memberships.

pills ‘serif’; font-size: 10pt;”>If you haven’t paid your dues, please fill out the GHCA membership form, and send it in today so you can also take advantage of the great savings our local sponsors offer.

We appreciate your support and watch for more special meetings and events throughout the summer.

Look for HYRES on your Tax Bill Summary to determine if you should vote.

When: Tues., for sale July 1st, buy cialis at 7PM

Where: Barnstable High School Performing Arts Center

There is an important vote on Tues. July 1st regarding the new Hyannis Fire District Station. What happens next, and how they proceed is up to the district voters. We need a new station; we need to provide a safe and secure facility for our Fire Fighters and Rescue personnel; and we need one which fits what the district payers can afford. That’s why we need as many of the district voters to come Tuesday night so all our voices are heard.

Back in March the voters stopped the proposed $19.8 million building, (which does not include $3.4 million land and design costs already approved = $23.2 million total project costs). The Hyannis Fire District Building Committee also proposed selling two district owned properties for an anticipated $2 million, and applying those monies to reduce the bonding amount, potentially bringing the total down to $21.2 million. It was stopped because we, the voters, felt it was too much.

The Greater Hyannis Civic Association sub- committee has worked hard to bring this important issue to the residents of the district and we have made constructive, positive, suggestions throughout the process.  The GHCA sub-committee feels there are more opportunities for cost savings, and have presented them to the Hyannis Fire District’s Building Committee for consideration. However, at this time, the Hyannis Fire District Building Committee has chosen not to consider them, and has opted to hold the vote immediately on July 1st, without any further reductions.

Now the Hyannis Fire District Building Committee will be back on Tues., July 1st proposing $18.9 million building costs, (which does not include $3.4 million land and design costs already approved = $22.3 million total project costs). However, the property bids only came in at $815,000, far short of the $2 million offset they had hoped for; and as of today, there is no decision on whether they will sell the properties at this time. The building costs only came down by $900,000 since March, is that enough? That is for you to decide.

Please come to the special Hyannis Fire District meeting, Tues. July 1st at 7PM, Barnstable High School Performing Arts Center, listen to the latest proposal, and vote what you can afford.  This decision should be made from as many of the 8,999 Hyannis Fire District voting households as possible, and not left up to a handful of people. If you aren’t sure what fire district you are in, look at your tax bill, it will show HYRES under the Tax Summary section. That means you are in the Hyannis Fire District and this decision will affect you (Note: all fire district rates are assessed at the full assessed value).

Please come Tuesday and let your vote be heard.
Look for HYRES on your Tax Bill Summary to determine if you should vote.

When: Tues., buy viagra July 1st, pharmacy at 7PM

Where: Barnstable High School Performing Arts Center

There is an important vote on Tues. July 1st regarding the new Hyannis Fire District Station. What happens next, and how they proceed is up to the district voters. We need a new station; we need to provide a safe and secure facility for our Fire Fighters and Rescue personnel; and we need one which fits what the district payers can afford. That’s why we need as many of the district voters to come Tuesday night so all our voices are heard.

Back in March the voters stopped the proposed $19.8 million building, (which does not include $3.4 million land and design costs already approved = $23.2 million total project costs). The Hyannis Fire District Building Committee also proposed selling two district owned properties for an anticipated $2 million, and applying those monies to reduce the bonding amount, potentially bringing the total down to $21.2 million. It was stopped because we, the voters, felt it was too much.

The Greater Hyannis Civic Association sub- committee has worked hard to bring this important issue to the residents of the district and we have made constructive, positive, suggestions throughout the process.  The GHCA sub-committee feels there are more opportunities for cost savings, and have presented them to the Hyannis Fire District’s Building Committee for consideration. However, at this time, the Hyannis Fire District Building Committee has chosen no to consider them, and has opted to hold the vote immediately on July 1st, without any further reductions.

Now the Hyannis Fire District Building Committee will be back on Tues., July 1st proposing $18.9 million building costs, (which does not include $3.4 million land and design costs already approved = $22.3 million total project costs). However, the property bids only came in at $815,000, far short of the $2 million offset they had hoped for; and as of today, there is no decision on whether they will sell the properties at this time. The building costs only came down by $900,000 since March, is that enough? That is for you to decide.

Please come to the special Hyannis Fire District meeting, Tues. July 1st at 7PM, Barnstable High School Performing Arts Center, listen to the latest proposal, and vote what you can afford.  This decision should be made from as many of the 8,999 Hyannis Fire District voting households as possible, and not left up to a handful of people. If you aren’t sure what fire district you are in, look at your tax bill, it will show HYRES under the Tax Summary section. That means you are in the Hyannis Fire District and this decision will affect you (Note: all fire district rates are assessed at the full assessed value).

Please come Tuesday and let your vote be heard.
Look for HYRES on your Tax Bill Summary to determine if you should vote.

When: Tues., online July 1st, illness at 7PM

Where: Barnstable High School Performing Arts Center

There is an important vote on Tues. July 1st regarding the new Hyannis Fire District Station. What happens next, and how they proceed is up to the district voters. We need a new station; we need to provide a safe and secure facility for our Fire Fighters and Rescue personnel; and we need one which fits what the district payers can afford. That’s why we need as many of the district voters to come Tuesday night so all our voices are heard.

Back in March the voters stopped the proposed $19.8 million building, (which does not include $3.4 million land and design costs already approved = $23.2 million total project costs). The Hyannis Fire District Building Committee also proposed selling two district owned properties for an anticipated $2 million, and applying those monies to reduce the bonding amount, potentially bringing the total down to $21.2 million. It was stopped because we, the voters, felt it was too much.

The Greater Hyannis Civic Association sub- committee has worked hard to bring this important issue to the residents of the district and we have made constructive, positive, suggestions throughout the process.  The GHCA sub-committee feels there are more opportunities for cost savings, and have presented them to the Hyannis Fire District’s Building Committee for consideration. However, at this time, the Hyannis Fire District Building Committee has chosen not to consider them, and has opted to hold the vote immediately on July 1st, without any further reductions.

Now the Hyannis Fire District Building Committee will be back on Tues., July 1st proposing $18.9 million building costs, (which does not include $3.4 million land and design costs already approved = $22.3 million total project costs). However, the property bids only came in at $815,000, far short of the $2 million offset they had hoped for; and as of today, there is no decision on whether they will sell the properties at this time. The building costs only came down by $900,000 since March, is that enough? That is for you to decide.

Please come to the special Hyannis Fire District meeting, Tues. July 1st at 7PM, Barnstable High School Performing Arts Center, listen to the latest proposal, and vote what you can afford.  This decision should be made from as many of the 8,999 Hyannis Fire District voting households as possible, and not left up to a handful of people. If you aren’t sure what fire district you are in, look at your tax bill, it will show HYRES under the Tax Summary section. That means you are in the Hyannis Fire District and this decision will affect you (Note: all fire district rates are assessed at the full assessed value).

Please come Tuesday and let your vote be heard.
Look for HYRES on your Tax Bill Summary to determine if you should vote.

When: Tues., order July 1st, cialis at 7PM

Where: Barnstable High School Performing Arts Center

There is an important vote on Tues. July 1st regarding the new Hyannis Fire District Station. What happens next, and how they proceed is up to the district voters. We need a new station; we need to provide a safe and secure facility for our Fire Fighters and Rescue personnel; and we need one which fits what the district payers can afford. That’s why we need as many of the district voters to come Tuesday night so all our voices are heard.

Back in March the voters stopped the proposed $19.8 million building, (which does not include $3.4 million land and design costs already approved = $23.2 million total project costs). The Hyannis Fire District Building Committee also proposed selling two district owned properties for an anticipated $2 million, and applying those monies to reduce the bonding amount, potentially bringing the total down to $21.2 million. It was stopped because we, the voters, felt it was too much.

The Greater Hyannis Civic Association sub- committee has worked hard to bring this important issue to the residents of the district and we have made constructive, positive, suggestions throughout the process.  The GHCA sub-committee feels there are more opportunities for cost savings, and have presented them to the Hyannis Fire District’s Building Committee for consideration. However, at this time, the Hyannis Fire District Building Committee has chosen not to consider them, and has opted to hold the vote immediately on July 1st, without any further reductions.

Now the Hyannis Fire District Building Committee will be back on Tues., July 1st proposing $18.9 million building costs, (which does not include $3.4 million land and design costs already approved = $22.3 million total project costs). However, the property bids only came in at $815,000, far short of the $2 million offset they had hoped for; and as of today, there is no decision on whether they will sell the properties at this time. The building costs only came down by $900,000 since March, is that enough? That is for you to decide.

Please come to the special Hyannis Fire District meeting, Tues. July 1st at 7PM, Barnstable High School Performing Arts Center, listen to the latest proposal, and vote what you can afford.  This decision should be made from as many of the 8,999 Hyannis Fire District voting households as possible, and not left up to a handful of people. If you aren’t sure what fire district you are in, look at your tax bill, it will show HYRES under the Tax Summary section. That means you are in the Hyannis Fire District and this decision will affect you (Note: all fire district rates are assessed at the full assessed value).

Please come Tuesday and let your vote be heard.