There’s a movement afoot among some Cape and Southcoast politicians to thwart the new DEP regulations on septic pollution. So we’re all fighting back. If you get the Boston Sunday Globe, check out page A7 in today’s paper to see the full-page ad demanding state and local officials commit to new septic rules to cut nitrogen pollution in our waterways. Save Our Shoestring is proud to add our voice to the chorus of non-profits asking political leaders to stop dragging their feet, stop finding excuses, and fix the environmental disaster that they caused.
Please email or call your representatives and demand they commit to cleaning up the toxic mess they’ve caused over 40 years of Title 5 septic installations.
Town of Mashpee Select Board – (508) 539-1401
- David W. Weeden- Chair
- John J Cotton – Vice Chair
- Thomas F. O’Hara – Clerk
- Carol A. Sherman – Member
- Michaela Wyman-Colombo – Member
Barnstable Town Council
- Cynthia Lovell – Administrator
- Jessica Rapp Grassetti-Precinct 7 (Cotuit) – (508) 360-2504
State Senators and Representatives
- Senator Susan L. Moran – Mashpee
- Senator Julian Cyr – Barnstable [including Cotuit]
- Rep. David Vieira – Mashpee
- Rep. Kip A. Diggs – Barnstable [including Cotuit]