Town officials are looking into the matter in the wake of concerns raised by Allen B. Osgood, who lives on Jarves Street.
Town manager George H. Dunham said that a written conceptual agreement is close with the US Army Corps of Engineers, which leases the marina property to the town.
Investigators also have been reviewing missing person reports, but have yet to find any promising candidates.
No public determination has been made regarding where the man died, but no place has been ruled out.
“It hit me about an hour later,” he said. “I was shaky the rest of the night.”
In such a beautiful setting as the town we live in, a good time can be found anywhere.
The former superintendent of Sandwich public schools not only has lost her latest plea to alter the judgment in her breach-of-contract case, but has been ordered to pay the defendants’ costs in arguing against the plea.
A state official described tests at the base involving civilian drones that eventually could carry customized payloads, such as several polio vaccines, to locations difficult to reach by ground vehicles.
Law enforcement officials Friday afternoon, June 6, asked the public’s assistance in identifying an African-American man whose body was found the evening of June 4 at Town Neck Beach in Sandwich.
This week, I thought I’d delve into the mail bag, and answer a few of the missives that were sent.