The OneCape Summit on Cape Cod’s water quality, housing, and infrastructure is a two-day event that will explore these priority issues with experts in each field, regional research results, local and state legislative and business leaders, and breakouts session.
OneCape Summit – Water Quality, Housing, Infrastructure
June 22 and 23, 2017
Cape Cod Resort and Conference Center
35 Scudder Avenue, Hyannis, MA 02601
All sessions are free and open to the public but registration is required.
Attendees are welcome to register for one or both days.
For questions, call 508-362-3828 or email email@example.com
DAY ONE – Thursday, June 22, 2017, 9:00 AM – 4:00 PM: Water Quality
Presented by the Cape Cod Commission and The Nature Conservancy.
With a focus on water quality, attendees will hear about updates to the technologies matrix, local implementation of nutrient management plans, next steps, and how The Nature Conservancy is using the Cape Cod 208 Planning Process in the Narragansett Bay watershed. Attendees can explore the Innovation Showcase and attend the All Cape Selectmen and Councilor’s Meeting in the evening.
DAY ONE EVENING – Thursday, June 22, 2017, 4:30 – 8:00 PM: Selectman and Councilors
Presented by the Cape Selectmen and Councilors’ Association, Cape Cod Commission, and The Nature Conservancy.
The third annual meeting will bring together elected officials from the 15 towns to provide an opportunity for the Cape’s elected leaders to hear directly from and ask questions of regional, state and federal officials on issues affecting their communities. The evening will also include an address by State Senator Vinny deMacedo, the OneCape Awards presentation, and a discussion about the Future of Barnstable County Regional Government with Barnstable County Commissioner Leo Cakounes.
DAY TWO – Friday, June 23, 2017, 8:00 AM – 3:00 PM: Housing and Infrastructure
Day two of this year’s OneCape summit will focus on housing, regional infrastructure planning and an overview of the Cape Cod economy. The Commission will issue the results of its Regional Housing Market Analysis, developed through the spring by Crane Associates and Economic Policy Research. The day will also feature a panel discussion with local developers about Designing Our Communities and a closer look at regional capital infrastructure.