Corps to hold public meetings in December on Cape Cod Canal Bridge MRER Study

[The CCTC has been a participant in the “Fix Coalition”, a group of regional stakeholders advocating for action on the Cape Cod Canal bridges] Corps of Engineers to hold five public information meetings in December on Cape Cod Canal Bridge MRER Study CONCORD, Mass. (Nov. 9, 2018) – The U.S. Army Corps of Engineers, New […]

November 2018 First Friday Attendees

Attendee Last Name Attendee First Name Attendee Company Name Andre Lois Dennis Chamber of Commerce Bierwirth Fred Brandt Austin Cape Light Compact JPE Cornelison Lee Curry Eugene Law Office of Eugene Curry Dowd Amy Coastal Marketing Solutions Dwyer Robert Cape Cod Museum of Natural History Finley Moira Pixles Place Design Fonseca Dennis Biomids Hanawalt Meghan […]

October 2018 First Friday Attendees

Registrants for our October 2018 First Friday: Attendee Last Name Attendee First Name Attendee Company Name Andre Lois Dennis Chamber of Commerce Beco Louis Cape Cod Community College Bent Kathleen Cape Cod Community College Benton Erik Cape Cod Community College Berkey Dennis Berkey Associates LLC Botting David Community Connections Inc Brandt Austin Cape Light Compact […]

CCTC Member McLane Research Labs Testifies Before US Senate

(Falmouth, MA) – McLane Research Laboratories recently had the honor of providing testimony to the US Senate on emerging technologies that detect and mitigate Harmful Algal Blooms (HABS). On August 28, Director of Special Projects Ivory Engstrom spoke to the Senate Subcommittee on Oceans, Atmosphere, Fisheries, and Coast Guard in Washington at a hearing on […]

Infrastructure Notes: July 2018 – Hyannis GIZ Broadband update

Felicia Penn returned to the Infrastructure Committee meeting in July to give the committee an update on broadband in the Hyannis Growth Incentive Zone. Following the June meetings, she reached out to Barnstable Town Manager Mark S. Ells, who invited her to meet, along with representatives from Open Cape. Mark is an engineer, so Felicia […]

Cape Cod Technology Council Announces Scholarship Recipients

David Willard Cape Cod Technology Council (CCTC) STEM Scholarship Fund Recipients Awarded By Cape Cod Foundation. JUNE 15, 2018 – The David Willard Cape Cod Technology Council STEM Scholarship Fund, administered by the Cape Cod Foundation, awarded two recent Cape Cod high school graduates pursuing a technology curriculum at Cape Cod Community College. Graduates Caleb […]

May 2018 Infrastructure Notes: Fiber for Hyannis Growth Incentive Zone

The May meeting of the CCTC Infrastructure Committee began with an update on the Fix Coalition. A committee member reported that there are stories at the state level about the state of our bridges, and that a bill is forthcoming. https://www.fox25boston.com/news/thousands-sign-petition-in-support-of-replacing-cape-cod-bridges/749651228 Also in politics, Governor Baker has signed an authorization bill for $300 million for […]

CCTC Member Coastal Marketing Solutions Announces Marketing Classes for a Cause Series

DENNIS, MA – May 10, 2018 – It was announced today by owner Amy Dowd that Coastal Marketing Solutions (CMS)  has launched a series of classes called Marketing Classes for a Cause. Ten percent of every ticket sold in 2018 will be donated to the Sgt. Sean M. Gannon Memorial Fund through the Yarmouth Police […]

Notice of CCTC Annual Meeting

Cape Cod Technology Council Notice of Nominations of Officers and Directors In accordance with Article VII, Section 2 of the By-Laws of the Cape Cod Technology Council, Inc. (“the Council”), a Nominating Committee was duly appointed and has presented a slate of nominees to the Council’s Board of Directors and a slate of nominees for the Council’s […]

The Fix Coalition – working for new Cape Cod Bridges

Members from the CCTC Infrastructure Committee have been participating in meetings of the Fix Coalition – a gathering or regional organizations convened by the Cape Cod Chamber of Commerce. The bottom line – our aging bridges need to be replaced, and we need to begin planning now. Cape Cod Times article Change.org petition