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.
Topic: Economic Vitality
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Issue No. 15 — A new Town Manager will be arriving at Orleans Town Hall in the coming months. It’s a big job — arguably the single most determinative position in our town’s government. This issue takes a deep dive into the job and what the new hire could mean for the future of Orleans.
Issue No. 12: Thirty-six articles are under consideration at the Special Town Meeting, including Short-Term Rental registration, a petition to restrict the use of chemical fertilizers and an HVAC upgrade to OES. Plus, what is Free Cash? Read on . . .
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.