Fall 2019 Newsletter

The Fall 2019 Newsletter explores the State of the Waters report from the Association to Preserve Cape Cod, including its evaluation of the three Indian Ponds, and a year-end update on cyanobacteria monitoring and Hydrilla treatment of the ponds.  Other articles give an overview of the 2019 pond water testing and a review of the Barnstable Comprehensive Wastewater Management Plan.  On the lighter side, don't miss the delightful article on the Timber Tiger, aka the chipmunk!  Last, there's a look back on the 90th anniversary celebration of the Cape Cod Airfield this past summer.

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MYSTIC LAKE NO LONGER CLOSED

October 12: The Town of Barnstable advises: "Wind and colder water has helped reduce the levels of cyanobacteria overall. Only four ponds remain with cyanobacteria alerts in Barnstable." Mystic Lake

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