Among the artisans, entrepreneurs, and innovators displaying their work on Saturday at the Cape Cod Mini Maker Faire at Cape Cod Community College was a group of Mashpee High School students and teachers
Three’s company, but it’s also a quorum if it includes three members of a five-member elected board.
Beach will be off-limits this summer for motorboats, overnight stays, and open fires.
While his list of community contributions is endless, Mr. O’Neill said that his motivation to give back stems from the support he receives from others.
Mashpee residents will have three opportunities in the next three weeks to hear candidates in the town’s competitive board of selectmen and school committee races make their best pitch for votes.
The second meeting held at Mashpee Town Hall since early March to discuss potential roadway name changes was much calmer and even-keeled than the first.