PLYMOUTH – This has been a March for the history books, and now, as the water finally recedes, the town is faced with the cleanup of downed trees, discarded plastic, battered lobster traps and an endless assortment of governmental acronyms.
It may be weeks or months before the town has final plans and the financing necessary to restore beaches and repair damaged infrastructure, but Monday afternoon the acronym cleanup began in earnest with a workshop entitled “Minimizing the Impact: A Climate Change Workshop.”
Crowded into the Ropewalk Meeting Room, just across from the main courtroom of the restored 1820 Courthouse, were representatives of the EEOA, the CZM, the CCAP, the OEM, the DPW the CPC, SEMPBA and the town. (read more)
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