State Senate Approves Money for Falmouth Parking Study

KA_Falmouth_main street_111215 (1)FALMOUTH – The State Senate has approved money that will be spent on a feasibility study to improve parking in Falmouth Village.

The funding was an amendment by Plymouth and Barnstable State Senator Vinny deMacedo and is part of an economic development bond bill passed by the House of Representatives and State Senate.

“Now we have to work with the administration to make the case about why this is important for the town of Falmouth and specifically for economic development,” said deMacedo.

The funding included in the bond bill will allow for a feasibility study to look into ways that Falmouth’s infrastructure can be improved to benefit residents and visitors.

“The success of the downtown is the success of those small, little businesses there and of course they need places for their customers to park and that has always been a challenge,” said deMacedo.

The legislation is now on Governor Charlie Baker’s desk for his approval.

By JUSTIN SAUNDERS, CapeCod.com Newscenter

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  1. Joy Kursewicz says:

    The State Senate has approved money that will be spent on a feasibility study to improve parking in Falmouth Village. Money goes no where to anyone but the those invested for themselves. Falmouth MA is jus as bad as any bad town. Tourists come and they don’t realize is a drug town. Falmouth Police do everything that can. The court system here is hey, saw you yesterday. See you tomorrow. Stay away from any Cumberland Farms stores. The druggies hang there.

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