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White Horse Beach Bathhouse getting a lift

With construction projected to start this month or next, The White Horse Beach Bathhouse is undergoing some late design changes. The project recently received the OK from the Conservation Commission, with the recommendation that the building be elevated three feet off the ground. That, according to Town Manager Melissa Arrighi, means the addition of a handicapped ramp. Architect Bill Fornaciari is changing the design of the building to reflect the changes. (more…) Continue Reading →

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Delay expected in bathhouse completion

Despite hopes that the White Horse Beach Bathhouse would be ready to be open by July, it now may not open until next year, according to Community Preservation Committee Chairman Bill Keohan.  A number of factors have led to the delay, he said. A change in the leadership of the Manomet Village Steering Committee led to a delay in selecting an architect for the building, Keohan said. Linda Evans stepped down as chairman in the fall and was replaced by Richard Vaccha. A design by Plymouth architect Bill Fornaciari, who has been assisting the CPC, was chosen in a vote by community members. Continue Reading →

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White Horse Beach bathhouse may be ready by July

A cottage on White Horse Beach.

More details emerged about the planned bathhouse on White Horse Beach at Thursday night’s Manomet Village Steering Committee meeting. Town Planner Robin Carver is now acting as project manager, according to Randy Parker. Parker is assisting the Community Preservation Committee in assessing the site. (more…) Continue Reading →

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