Ready! Fire! Aim!
It seems Mr. Eric Bibler, President of Save Our Seashore, was reviewing proposed amendments to the Regional Policy Plan and noted its reference to Technical Bulletin 10-002.
Unable to find the Technical Bulletin on the Cape Cod Commission web site, Mr. Bibler contacted the Commission to request a copy and have it posted on the web site.
Here is the text of the email he received from Ryan Christenberry, Planner with the CCC: “The Commission does not develop Technical Bulletins in advance of the performance standards being adopted as ordinance. However, we anticipate the development of these bulletins in the proposed performance standards language to avoid future amendments. Technical Bulletin 10-002 will require the services of an acoustical expert and contracting for these services prior to the adoption of the standards as ordinance would be premature. I recognize this creates some confusion; please don’t hesitate to contact me if you’d like to discuss the matter further.”
Needless to say, Mr. Bibler did not “hesitate to contact” Planner Cristenberry. And we are happy to provide Mr. Bibler’s request for clarification here, for your convenience. (You might just want to buckle your seat-belt!):
AT Note: We’ll be very interested in the response from the Cape Cod Commission and, if Mr. Bibler allows, we’ll post it here for you.