This needs to stop, at least on public property. As the Town Manager said, it's illegal. But then again, illegal seems to be a relative term these days.
I guess Falmouth is a "welcoming community" in more ways than one. We welcome boaters who spend very little money here yet take up a valuable resource-for free! Mr. Leary's argument for a Main Street shuttle is a good one. There is considerable precedent-look no further than the Steamship…
Maybe not all power lines on the Cape should be buried, but those vulnerable to regular storm damage should be. Many developments have buried their utilities so they have a head start. Burying power lines would also reduce possible dangerous and annoying RF emissions from power lines.
He nails it. Perfectly.
Another great letter! I have reasonable speeds from my Comcast connection, but for our Town to grow and prosper in the upcoming years, we need the clear, forward looking thinking being exhibited here.
The big Boston media ignores events on the Cape-we don't need our hometown paper doing it! Especially when they give so much space to "Arts and Entertainment".
Check out the ISO New England Daily Report of electricity usage in New England and see just how much (or how little) solar figures in the power used here. https://www.iso-ne.com/
It's not the answer. Or even part of the answer.
Enough of the hearts. Put down the brush.
No problem, as long as the rails stay in place.