Issue No.13: Orleans voters considered 36 articles over the course of a chaotic 3-hour-plus meeting full of passionate debates. Steps toward a residential fertilizer ban passed. Articles proposing short-term rental registration and a "code of conduct" policy, along with two others, failed.
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Issue No.8: Voters approve universal preschool, a new parking lot at Nauset Beach, dredging of Rock Harbor, and a feasibility study for a new fire station—though the discussion has wild twists and turns.
Issue No. 7: Proposals for a new Nauset Beach parking lot, emergency dredging of Rock Harbor, a revised feasibility study for a new Fire Station building, an updating of the master plan for wastewater in Orleans, and Universal preschool for Orleans children.
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.