Falmouth Board Of Health Meeting

Health Agent Scott McGann expressed concerns about the Massachusetts Department of Environmental Protection’s proposed changes to Title 5 in the Board of Health meeting Monday.

The Falmouth Board of Health criticized the two options the state has proposed for cleaning up the town’s estuaries during its meeting on Monday, November 7. The comment period for Massachusetts Department of Environmental Protection’s proposed changes to Title 5 is ending on November 29, and the board’s discussion aimed at compiling its final comments for submission.

The MassDEP’s proposal, which was put out over the summer, gives towns two options for addressing excess nitrogen in their watersheds.

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