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Cape Cod Times
Thursday, July 7, 2011
The $30.6 billion state budget that lawmakers passed last week includes $150,000 to explore ways Cape Cod towns can save money through regional wastewater management efforts. The money will be used to fund ...
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Cape Cod Times
Friday, June 24, 2011
A group of legislators toured the Pilgrim nuclear power plant in Plymouth last month. As we walked through, I remembered the early promise of nuclear power: A world in which electricity would be so cheap and plentiful that meters would be obsolete.
Cape Cod Times
Saturday, May 7, 2011
BOSTON — The picture being painted for state Sen. Daniel Wolf, D-Harwich, is not too pretty. Since 2002, the Massachusetts Cultural Council's budget has fallen from $19.1 million to $6.1 million, ...
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Cape Cod Times
Tuesday, April 26, 2011
BREWSTER — Thousands of years ago, the Saquatuckets knew the value of what would eventually be called Paines Creek, and the herring that make the uphill surge from the creek up Stony Brook to five inland ponds to spawn.
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Barnstable Patriot
Friday, April 15, 2011
Speaking to a group of Lower Cape business leaders April 8 in his hometown, state Sen. Dan Wolf wasn't sheepish in expressing his views about health care.
Cape Cod Today
Tuesday, March 29, 2011
Meeting with community advocates and activists in Hyannis for a budget forum on Friday, March 25, Cape Cod's legislative delegation, led by Senate President Therese Murray and State Senator Dan Wolf, offered an honest i...
Barnstable Enterprise
Friday, March 25, 2011
Mashpee—which was identified as the fastest-growing town on Cape Cod following the 2000 census, and the second fastest-growing town in Massachusetts—again saw the most growth of any Cape town; its population grew from 12,946 in 2000 to 14,0...
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Cape Cod Today
Monday, March 21, 2011
Sometime late next summer or early Fall, visitors will come to Cape Cod to view America's first offshore wind farm...
Barnstable Patriot
Friday, March 18, 2011
When population drops, voting areas get larger. Those dynamics will drive the upcoming legislative redistricting for the Cape and possibly voting precincts in the Town of Barnstable.
The Register
Thursday, March 3, 2011
CAPE COD —His colleagues tell him he should take a plane, but about three days a week newly elected Cape and Islands state Sen. Dan Wolf makes the long drive into Boston from Harwich....