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12/16/2014 Ordinance would permit special-event facilities on large residential lots
12/12/2014 Long-term look at waste, recycling options to begin with committee
12/12/2014 New, no-sort Bottle Shed system goes into effect Jan. 1
12/10/2014 Councilors approve $1.75 million bond for school roofs, other capital projects
12/10/2014 Morrissey elected to chair School Board for 2015
12/10/2014 School Board postpones calendar adoption, considers more staff-development time for 2015-16
12/09/2014 Several new faces appointed to citizen boards, commissions
12/01/2014 Dec. 1, 2014 marks 50th anniversary of the purchase of Fort Williams
12/01/2014 Engineering firm to begin immediate assessment of Transfer Station, Recycling Center
11/25/2014 Recycling Center will have regular hours; Town Hall, library closed Thursday and Friday for Thanksgiving
11/18/2014 Council authorizes funds to move computer servers out of moldy Town Hall basement
11/18/2014 Agreement houses historical society, supports access to historic public records
11/14/2014 Report: Improvements in tranportation, communication needed to serve Cape's older population
11/13/2014 Officials rethinking Recycling Center Bottle Shed
11/13/2014 Evening of parody, improv, film and music set for High School auditorium Nov. 20-26
11/12/2014 Time to move portable basketball hoops away from the roadside
11/12/2014 Reminder: No parking on Cape Elizabeth streets between 1 and 5 a.m. from Dec. 1-April 1
11/11/2014 Council sets Dec. 8 hearing on school capital-improvement bond
11/10/2014 Town offices, library closed Nov. 11 for Veterans Day
11/10/2014 Library Foundation launches building fund for new-library fixtures, furniture
11/07/2014 Gould Citizenship Award presented to David Weatherbie for developing, leading Beach to Beacon race committee
11/07/2014 Ray gets nod to lead Town Council for 2015
11/07/2014 Town Council moves to ban roosters from small lots
11/04/2014 Library bond passes; Powers, Morrissey elected to School Board
11/03/2014 Police developing database of individuals who may be prone to wandering

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