Ok so we know this is a "crappy" topic but the town-wide sewer is important for everyone. Please join Our next Zoom discussion, Tuesday August 2 at 6pm:
DPW engineer, Jim Vincent will go over the plan to sewer the entire town. Town-wide sewer is something part-time and local residents alike have consistently indicated is important and vital to protecting the Town's environment and natural beauty. "Stop by" with questions in hand. When: Tuesday Aug 2 @ 6pm
Who: Jim Vincent, DPW Engineer
What: Discuss the proposed sewer expansion
Why: Town-wide sewer is an investment in our town's future
Swim For LIfe is just around the corner,Saturday, September 10, @11am. PPRTA members have been in past swimmers, kayakers, and on the shore volunteers. As we approach the35th Swim For Life,Jay Critchley (Founder/Director of the Swim) has asked if PPRTA would like to form an official team (swimmers, kayakers, volunteers). If interested, please let me know.
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About the PPRTA:
The Provincetown Part-Time Resident Taxpayers Association works for the betterment of the whole community of the Town of Provincetown by providing a forum and a voice for the interests of Provincetown part-time resident taxpayers, most of whom must make their voting residence elsewhere.
Maintain and support the unique quality of life that exists in Provincetown.
Advocate for representation on budget-related issues for part-time residents of Provincetown.
Provide a forum for part-time resident taxpayers to communicate with local, regional and state governments.
Encouraging the participation of part-time residents in all aspects of the community.