Mr. Mullaney said that the matter was continued to the commission’s next meeting on August 21.
The standoff between Mr. Hebb and the zoning board stems from the developer’s request to have the number of affordable housing units in Pilgrim Pines reduced from 11 to two.
The town clerk's office will be open until 8 PM on August 20 for the purpose of registering voters.
Approximately 50,000 square feet, the development includes three buildings with a mix of retail and commercial office space on the ground floor and residential units on the upper floors.
Dr. Deborah Walters, who aims to paddle 2,500 miles to aid poverty-stricken children, visits Bourne on her journey.
This year marked the 100th anniversary of Nathaniel Greene Herreshoff’s enduring boat design.
Selectmen have been charged with violating the state's Open Meeting Law in their handling of the recent proposal to bring unaccompanied immigrant minors to Joint Base Cape Cod.
Riders cycle through cities and towns all around the Buzzards Bay region, including Westport, Dartmouth, New Bedford, Fairhaven, Mattapoisett, Acushnet, Rochester, Wareham, Bourne and Falmouth.
Developer Brian E. Hebb said that his financial woes have left him unbankable and unbondable.
William F. Hickey of the Massachusetts Department of Conservation and Recreation confirmed that his department is in contract negotiations with the Army Corps and charging for access to the fish pier is one item on the discussion agenda.