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January 20, 2022
Regulatory Update | January 2022

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

Posted in Newsletter, Regulatory
December 22, 2021
December 2021 Regulatory Update

35 Scudder Residential Community (CCC File No.

Posted in Newsletter, Regulatory
December 22, 2021
Cape Cod Commission promotes two staff members

We are pleased to announce that Steven Tupper has been promoted to the position of Deputy Director.

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December 22, 2021
Cape Cod Commission completes wayfinding plan for the Town of Orleans

Improving navigation for residents and visitors  Cape Cod Commission staff have completed a Wayfinding Plan for the Town of Orleans.

December 22, 2021
Cape Cod Commission and Cape Cod Chamber of Commerce seek responses to COVID-19 business impact survey

Continuing an economic impact discovery effort that began in the spring of 2020 following the onset of pandemic-related restrictions, the Cape Cod Commission and the Cape Cod Chamber of Commerce…

Posted in Newsletter, Economy
December 6, 2021
Cape Cod Commission receives grant funds to support environmental and economic resilience 

State funding to support the creation of land-use and zoning best practices for mixed-use development  The Cape Cod Commission has received a grant from the Massachusetts Executive Office of Energy and…

November 24, 2021
November 2021 Regulatory Update

35 Scudder Residential Community (CCC File No.

Posted in Newsletter, Regulatory
November 24, 2021
Cape Cod Commission prepares model solar bylaw

Climate change is a major challenge facing Cape Cod and transitioning our regional energy sector to renewable forms of energy, including solar energy, is essential.

Posted in Newsletter, Climate
November 24, 2021
Final Cape Rail Study report published

Enhanced rail service could help reduce greenhouse gas emissions in the region, according to the final Cape Rail Study that was released in early November.

November 24, 2021
Low-Lying Roads Project seeks to enhance community resiliency

Working with Cape Cod towns to identify critical infrastructure vulnerabilities Climate change hazards such as inland flooding, sea level rise, erosion, and severe storms are threatening many of Cape Cod’s roadways.…

Posted in Newsletter, Climate
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