What sort of folks deal with others (ladies, males and youngsters) with such disrespect and cruelty that they mislead them, inform them they’re going to Boston for work, after which put them on a aircraft and ship them — as in the event that they have been cargo supplies — to an island utterly unannounced. Not even coordinating with officers or having the decency to inform anybody else that these human beings have been going to be arriving there. The one place they notified was Fox Information! Exploiting folks for political stunts tells you all it’s essential find out about them. They’re nothing however unscrupulous cowards!
Fortunately, the nice folks of Martha’s Winery welcomed and cared for these migrants with dignity kindness and heat. This sort of decency, humanity and respect is so wanted to be restored to our total nation. Our nation is crying for it.
Gwen Johnson, Harwich
This is a T-shirt that is out there now:
MAKE AMERICA FLORIDA
No thanks. I am going to move.
Mike Rice,South Wellfleet
Say ‘no’ to energy cable at Dowses Seashore
On September 6, the Osterville Village Affiliation invited Avangrid Renewables to fulfill with native residents concerning its plan to land a submarine energy cable at Dowses Seashore. Barnstable, which has already endured such a mission at Covell’s Seashore, has agreed to a second industrial-scale development mission on the west finish of Craigville Seashore and is now dealing with a fair bigger, by a 3rd, mission at Dowses.
All of our seashores are lovely and treasured by those that make this city their dwelling. However when it comes to quiet magnificence, accessibility, and environmental fragility, Dowses is exclusive. The causeway, East Bay and Phinneys Bay, the fishing pier and boat channel, the dune system and ample wildlife — all can be endangered by Avangrid’s proposed multi-year, heavy-duty development mission. Barnstable appears happy with saying “sure” to massive energy cable landings. We should always all say “no” to this one.
Susanne Conley, Osterville
Orleans accepting CPA grant requests
This afternoon was a kind of magic days we commonly get within the fall on Cape Cod. Vibrant and funky. Every thing sparkled.
A day bike tour of Orleans introduced into focus among the particular, constructive acts our neighbors have facilitated by their help of the Neighborhood Preservation Act: the village for autistic adults, the newly renovated steeple on the Federated Church in East Orleans, a narrative path for kids in an open area space, umbrellas on the playground on the center faculty, progress on enhancements to the Veterans Memorial Park, upgraded security and new entry to the Cape Cod Bike path. These examples give only a style of the a lot wider universe of quality-enhancing, CPA-assisted actions that Orleans has benefitted from since becoming a member of this system in 2005.
The Orleans Neighborhood Preservation Committee is now beginning a course of to solicit and overview a brand new spherical of grant functions in its core areas of open area, reasonably priced housing, recreation, and historic preservation.
Particulars on the applying course of and utility kinds are discovered on the Committee’s web site. This yr the deadline for functions is Nov. 21, 2022. The Committee welcomes functions from quite a lot of sources together with native nonprofits, city committees and residents.
Members of the Committee stand able to reply any questions potential candidates may need.
Walter North, Chair, Orleans Neighborhood Preservation Committee