Click on the link to Dan Fortier’s blog and a copy of a story of the Hurricane of 1944 that was written by Nicole Muller in the Register in 2008. This is being brought up because of the new FEMA flood maps. http://dennismaplanningdept.wordpress.com/2013/08/06/it-can-happen-here/
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By Dan Fortier A walk down Main Street in Dennisport is breathtaking! For the first time in years every storefront has a tenant! Even though the Barlow’s will soon be retiring, I have had several calls from interested buyers for the property. I do not believe that attractive stretch of sidewalk will be empty for […]
I would like to welcome our readers to a new improved and upgraded website. We all know there is a learning curve with something new. Give me a month or two to work out the kinks. We want to maximize the interaction and feedback we can get from our readers. With this new website you […]
A new 3 sided Kiosk was installed by the Dennis Port Revitalization Committee at the beginning of July at the entrance to the Village Green & Mike Stacy Park. A big “Thank You” goes to Tom Huettner, chief engineer, architect and builder of the Kiosk. Tom also donated many other materials for this project. Terry […]
The Village Green has received some landscaping improvements from DPW. As part of the Bocce Court Project all the bushes around the Gazebo and scrub bushes and brush along Hall St. were removed to increase visibility for the Dennis P.D. and reduce the hiding places and vandalism that was occurring in the area. Vandalism to […]
The Bocce Courts have been completed on the Village Green.
There will be no meeting in August. The Committee will be taking a well deserved unpaid vacation. Due to Labor Day, the next meeting of the Dennis Port Revitalization Committee will be on Monday, Sept. 9, 2013 at 6 p.m. at the Dennis Public Library on Hall St.
Coming soon will be several reprints of the 2004 and 2005 Dennis Historical Society Newsletter containing stories of downtown Dennis Port in the 1930’s and 40’s written and compiled by Phyllis Horton. Phyllis is a walking and talking Dennis Historian with a mind and memory that would put any computer to shame. She is a […]
The Selectmen will be holding a public hearing on Thursday, Feb. 7, 2013 at 5 p.m at Town Hall. This hearing was requested by a neighborhood group that wants this project to be reviewed by the Cape Cod Commission. The Dennis Port Revitalization Committee ( DPRC ) has followed this project closely since its inception […]
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The Committee will work independently and with professional assistance to identify the needs and mechanisms to strengthen the area economy, revitalize the village and enhance the quality of life in Dennisport Village.