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February 22, 2022
Regulatory Update | February 2022

This Regulatory Update provides a status on projects that are currently under review by the Cape Cod Commission.

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February 22, 2022
Solid waste studies show a need to increase recycling and reuse in the region

Removing waste from your household is far more complex than simply taking it to the transfer station or having it trucked away by a private hauler.

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February 22, 2022
Model coastal resiliency bylaw to be presented at annual environmental conference

The Cape Cod Commission has developed a model coastal resiliency bylaw in partnership with the Urban Harbors Institute (UHI) at the University of Massachusetts Boston; Noble, Wickersham, and Heart, LLP; Woods Hole…

February 22, 2022
Cape Cod Commission to begin early education and childcare needs assessment 

Building the foundation for improved access to services  Communities throughout Cape Cod and the Islands have long contended with underlying challenges related to the provision of quality, affordable childcare and early education services.…

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February 18, 2022
Cape Cod Commission launches new Data Cape Cod site

Interactive datasets designed to support data-driven decision making The Cape Cod Commission has launched a new Data Cape Cod website that makes complex data and information about the region’s people, places, and economy more accessible.…

January 20, 2022
Detailing data on Cape Cod’s new homeowners

Pandemic purchases drive an uptick in year-round residents As the COVID-19 pandemic progressed in 2020, the region began to see more people moving to or staying on the Cape, especially during…

January 20, 2022
Initial 2020 Census results released

Numbers show an increase in Cape Cod’s population The analysis of data available from the 2020 United States Census is now underway.

January 20, 2022
Prioritizing transportation safety in 2022 

While Cape Cod has seen a downward trend in traffic fatalities over the past decade, 2021 was an unusually high year for such occurrences – 19 traffic fatalities were reported, up…

January 20, 2022
Complete Streets planning progresses in Bourne and Falmouth 

Collaborative planning to improve safety for all roadway users  Cape Cod Commission staff have been progressing on two transportation planning projects: Bourne Complete Streets and Falmouth Complete Streets.

January 20, 2022
Cape Cod Commission welcomes second cohort of Climate Ambassadors

Students from across Cape Cod commit to working together to combat climate change The Cape Cod Commission is pleased to announce that the second session of the Climate Ambassador Program is…

Posted in Newsletter, Climate
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