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AGENDA: Cape Cod and Islands Water Protection Fund Management Board

Note: The meeting will be held virtually, with members of the Cape Cod and Islands Water Protection Fund Management Board participating remotely, pursuant to Chapter 20 of the Acts of 2021, as further amended by Chapter 2 of the Acts of 2023.

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  1. Roll Call
  2. Review and approval of prior meeting minutes: 1/10/2023
  3. Technical Assistance Update: Cape Cod Commission staff will review a final draft report for the technical assistance provided to the Town of Brewster and other Cape Cod communities considering implementation of innovative/alternative septic systems and other non-traditional technology to maximize State Revolving Fund loan eligibility.
  4. Subsidy Awards: Cape Cod Commission staff and PFM Financial Advisors will review projects included on the Massachusetts Clean Water Intended Use Plan (IUP), potential subsidy allocations, and the impact of those subsidies on the Cape Cod and Islands Water Protection Fund. The Management Board may vote to make contingent commitments to fund qualified projects listed on the 2023 Intended Use Plan. The Management Board may vote to make final commitments to fund qualified projects listed on the 2021 Intended Use Plan for which Project Regulatory Agreements have been executed. The list of qualified projects is available at  
  5. Water Quality Monitoring: Committee members will discuss the provision in Massachusetts General Laws at Section 19 of Chapter 337 of the Acts of 2018, An Act Regulating and Insuring Short-Term Rentals, that in part allows funds from the Cape Cod and Islands Water Protection Fund to be dedicated to water quality monitoring.The Board may vote to commit funds to water quality monitoring.  
  6. Election of Officers: The Board will vote to elect a Chair and Vice-Chair for the term July 1, 2023 - June 30, 2024.
  7. Appointment ofBylaws and Regulations Committee Member: The Board will discuss and may vote to appoint a Board member to fill a vacancy on the Bylaws and Regulations Committee.  
  8. State Ethics Conflict of Interest Training Requirements: Commission staff will review the new State Ethics Commission Conflict of Interest online training program requirements and answer Board member questions.
  9. Member Reports: Members, including ex-officio members and non-member community representatives from Dukes and Nantucket Counties, will have an opportunity to provide comments and reports on local and regional water resources initiatives.
  10. New Business: Topics not reasonably anticipated by the Chair more than 48 hours before the meeting.
  11. Public Comment
  12. Adjourn

Reasonable accommodations for people with disabilities are available upon request. Please contact the Cape Cod Commission at  (508) 362-3828 at least 24 hours in advance of the meeting; for Telecommunications Relay Services (TRS) dial 711.

Caso estas informações sejam necessárias em outro idioma, por favor, contate o Coordenador de Título VI pelo telefone (508 )744-1299 or Para serviços de retransmissão de telecomunicações, disque 711.

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