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|Third-party review sought for Bourne seawall proposal|
|The Bourne Conservation Commission requests third-party professional – and independent - review of private plans to construct a 760-foot seawall on town property at the base of the Indian Trail cliff in the Sagamore Highlands.The wetlands protection panel held a Feb. 19 hearing into plans submitted by Pinnacle Corp. for the armored wall below homes threatened by cliff erosion, which has been exacerbated by three winters of back-to-back northeasters. Review continues in April. [...]|
|YARMOUTH POLICE DEPARTMENT ANNOUNCES PASSING OF RETIRED K9 CLARK It is with gre?|
|YARMOUTH POLICE DEPARTMENT ANNOUNCES PASSING OF RETIRED K9 CLARK It is with great regret that the Yarmouth Police Department announces the passing of retired Yarmouth Police Department K9 Clark. Clark served the Yarmouth Police Department from 2005-2012 as a patrol canine. Clark was born April 3, 2004 in Senec, Slovakia and came to the United States specifically for a career in law enforcement. Clark was introduced to his handler, Patrol Officer Marc Thibeault and together they served as a K9 team for the Yarmouth Police Department. Clark was trained in tracking, building and area searches, evidence recovery, crowd control and handler protection. Some of Clark's most notable achievements were the successful track of a motor vehicle homicide suspect in Yarmouth, the track of a suspect in a stabbing in Barnstable, and the track of a child rape suspect in Dennis. Clark was also certified as a SWAT K9 and served with the Cape Cod Regional Special Weapons And Tactics Team. Clark was injured following a SWAT deployment in 2011, requiring thousands of dollars in surgery. The overwhelming support from the community had Clark back doing what he loved until his retirement in 2012. During his retirement, Clark loved visiting children in local schools and spending time at home with Officer Thibeault and his family. Clark will be greatly missed. Officer Thibeault and all of the men and women of the Yarmouth Police Department would like to thank retired Yarmouth Police Department K9 Officer Peter McClelland, retired Plymouth County Sheriff's Department Major Ken Ballinger, and Massachusetts Department of Corrections Sergeant Mark O'Reilly for contributing to Clark's successful career and the Cape Cod Police K9 Relief Fund for their support in Clark's retirement.|
|Barnstable Town Council To Examine Shooting Range Assessment|
|HYANNIS ? The results and findings from the Barnstable shooting range initial assessment are in and have been forwarded to town councilors ahead of their meeting on Thursday. The report was prepared by MT2, a firing range service provider. The results will help determine the future of the West Barnstable Shooting Range?
|Sandwich Police Looking For A Dude Who Stole $400 Worth Of Teeth Whitener|
|Sandwich Police ? A Male subject, image included, entered CVS Pharmacy (Quaker Meeting House) on 02/07/2014 at approximately 19:20 hours. The subject walked around several aisles while placing crest white strips into a CVS basket. Subject exited the store taking $406.95 worth of dental products. Suspect: white?
|DEP reviews appeal of Flyer platform plan off Sandwich Road|
|State environmental officials today (Thursday, Feb. 26) started review of the Bourne Conservation Commission?s orders of conditions that effectively approve construction of a $2.3 million CapeFlyer passenger platform below Bourne Bridge and additional track-sidings along the canal.Bakerville resident William Nelson appealed both decisions to the Massachusetts Department of Environmental Protection, which slated a hearing with state Department of Transportation (MassDOT) [...]|
|Kittlylibber blog: The Flakes of Wrath|
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|Sheriff looking for emergency prepardness volunteers|
|?BOURNE - Barnstable County Sheriff James M. Cummings is once again issuing his call for public-spirited volunteers interested in earning certification as a Community Emergency Response volunteer.?|