Issue No. 14 — with so many crucial decisions ahead for Orleans voters, EXIT 89 takes a look at the Town Manager search, the Fire Station stalemate, the Nauset Building Project increases, the Governor Prence properties, Community Center study and short-term rental registration
Topic: Affordable Housing
Total 6 Posts
Issue No.10: Orleans voters considered more than 70 articles over the course of a four-hour meeting and approved Meetinghouse Pond sewering, affordable housing, and Universal PreSchool support, but the discussion returned again and again to our Town debt.
Issue No.6: We explore the Cape’s housing crisis, as it applies to Orleans. We offer housing stats, and explain what the term “affordable housing” means and describe projects in the works. Beyond housing, we explore the concept of living “affordably” in Orleans might mean.
Issue No. 5: A precariously small number of voters—barely 200, which is quorum—approved moving forward with the Nauset Estuary Dredging Project, the purchase of the Governor Prence properties, and a feasibility study for a community center.
Issue No. 4: Orleans voters are asked to purchase the Governor Prence Properties, dredge Nauset Harbor, and approve a scaled-down Feasibility Study for a Community Center.