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Many Questions, Few Answers - Letter

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Posted: Wednesday, June 18, 2014 12:00 am | Updated: 5:13 pm, Mon Sep 29, 2014.

I’m writing to voice my concern for John J. Singleton, the South Cape Beach State Park Advisory Committee lead (I’m assuming he is the local representative of the Massachusetts Department of Conservation and Recreation) who is proposing to open Will’s Work Road to unrestricted public access.

Reading the article in the Enterprise, it appears to me that the DCR’s action (or Mr. Singleton’s plan?) is not a well thought through plan that fully considers what might happen when the DCR provides unrestricted access to an isolated beach.

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