The local non-profit Lower Cape Community Access Television — a.k.a. Lower Cape TV, or LCTV — has agreed to serve as our fiscal sponsor (an expedient, inexpensive alternative to getting our own non-profit status.) This means all gifts we receive moving forward are 100 percent tax deductible. Hooray! To honor
Issue No. 19 takes a deep dive into Short Term Rentals in Orleans — and their impact on our economy, our natural environment, and the fabric of our neighborhoods. Their growing numbers are drawing attention, questions and concern.
Kimberly Newman, our new Town Manager, hit the ground running two weeks ago. Here's an informal Q+A with Kim to help subscribers get to know her better.
We are excited to share an interview with Patrick Flanary about EXIT 89 that aired on WCAI this week. Click here for a listen. Coming up next, a deep dive on Renting. Short-term. Long-term. Year-round. What does the future of rentals in Orleans look like? We'll be talking to renters,
Our annual Town election is tomorrow, May 16. Doors will be open at the Council on Aging Senior Center, 150 Rock Harbor Road, from 9 AM to 7 PM.