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Five things to do and know in Falmouth this Tuesday, Jan. 28, 2014, including the school committee budget hearing at 6:30 p.m. at the high school.

The Falmouth Public Library posts on Facebook: "The North Falmouth Branch will need a little longer for its facelift! The re-opening date is delayed until mid February." (Patch file photo)
The Falmouth Public Library posts on Facebook: "The North Falmouth Branch will need a little longer for its facelift! The re-opening date is delayed until mid February." (Patch file photo)
1. The Falmouth School Committee holds a budget hearing Tuesday at 6:30 p.m. in the Falmouth High School auditorium. The school district's budget is in the red and officials are considering staff cuts of more than 40 jobs, including 6 percent of the district's teachers. A video of the budget presentation can be viewed at the school district website, where you can also download the budget slideshow.

2. Want to take a brisk walk or shoot some hoops, regardless of winter weather? The Falmouth Recreation Department wants us to know that Adult Walking is available in the gymnasium Monday through Friday 8-9 AM and 11 a.m. to noon, followed by Adult Basketball until 2:30 p.m.

3. Liam Maguire's hosts Karaoke with DJ Andy, starting at 9 p.m. Free admission.

4. The Falmouth Public Library posts on Facebook: "The North Falmouth Branch will need a little longer for its facelift! The re-opening date is delayed until mid February. If you have books to return you can return them to other CLAMS libraries or hold onto them until the branch re-opens. No overdue fees will be incurred for North Falmouth books returned to North Falmouth."

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Bill Carson January 28, 2014 at 08:46 AM
Falmouth residents only need to look at the two commercial wind turbines . They are breaking the law. The turbines should be bringing in one million a year but are costing way more than $250,000.00 a year. The electric power bill for the town 10 years ago was 2 million .Today NO one knows what it costs . The town owes millions on the wind turbines with a massive debt service .The maintenance contracts run $70,000.00 a year on each turbine . Ask yourselves are you being laid off so the town can be green ? Are the taxpayers paying for nothing ? Are you now taking education away from your children so the Select Board can file more lawsuits against the wind turbine victims ???? Wake UP

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