Tuesday, October 16, 2012
Missed our Live Chat with Assembly of Delegates Candidate Andrew Putnam? Read the transcript.
Falmouth resident Andrew Putnam is running against incumbent Julia C. Taylor for a seat on the Barnstable County Assembly of Delegates on Nov. 6. Putnam will be joining Falmouth Patch readers for a live chat on Tuesday, Oct. 16, at noon. Do you have a question you would like to ask Andrew Putnam? If so, join us during the chat, post it in the comments section, or email it to Margaret Carroll-Bergman.
Monday, October 15, 2012
Andrew Putnam, candidate for the Barnstable County Assembly of Delegates, will be chatting live with Patch readers on Tuesday, Oct. 16 at noon. Join us for the chat or email your questions to Patch.
Falmouth resident Andrew Putnam is running against incumbent Julia C. Taylor for a seat on the Barnstable County Assembly of Delegates on Nov. 6. Putnam will be joining Falmouth Patch readers for a live chat on Tuesday, Oct. 16, at noon. Do you have a question you would like to ask Andrew Putnam? If so, join us during the chat or email it to Margaret Carroll-Bergman.
Friday, September 28, 2012
Asked about toll fairness during a Patch live chat, Governor Deval Patrick asked a reader whether he'd support high-speed tolls. Are these a good way to share the transportation funding pain, or another money grab?
Are high-speed tolls along Interstate 93 and other highways a smart way to help fund transportation in the state? Governor Deval Patrick mentioned such a system during a Patch live chat on Thursday. If you've taken Interstate 95 into New Hampshire, you've seen high-speed tolling in action. The system is designed to read your EZ-Pass (new Fast Lane) transponder while you breeze by at 65 miles per hour. There's no need to slow down or squeeze though a booth, as EZ-Pass users currently do on the Mass Pike, Tobin Bridge and harbor tunnels. The chat moved on to other topics, so no details about implementation were offered. What do you think? Would tolls along I-93 be fair, a pay as you drive strategy? Or are tolls in general a bad way to fund …
Friday, July 20, 2012
State Senate candidate Tom Keyes joined us yesterday in a live chat. Here's a recap of the Q&A session.
From Jill Pittsley: "What is the best way to create more transparency at the state house?" Tom Keyes: I am so glad you ask that question. If you go to my website VoteKeyes.com you will see my 13 point plan to restore integrity to the State House. We need stop bundling amendments. We need to stop negotiating behind closed doors the budget. It was not right when the Senate reduced the cooling off period for legislators being able to work for the casinos from 5 years to one. This was done behind closed doors. From Guest: We have a bunch of career politicians up there - how can the voters force transparency because I don't believe one politician can do it? Tom Keyes: Elections have consequences. It is important to elect people who will stand …
Wednesday, July 11, 2012
With a live Q&A chat coming up on Friday, Patch wants to know what questions you'd as the U.S. Senate candidate from Massachusetts.
If you could ask Massachusetts U.S. Senate candidate Elizabeth Warren a question, what would it be? Elizabeth Warren will be joining us live on Friday, July 13, at 1:15 p.m., providing an opportunity for you to ask her where she stands on a particular issue or the upcoming election. Wondering about her stance on the national debt? What about healthcare? Education? Leave your questions for Elizabeth Warren in the comments to have them considered for the live Q&A session. Be sure to join Friday's chat from 1:15 p.m. to 2 p.m. on Friday.
Tuesday, July 10, 2012
Do you have questions for the U.S. Senate candidate? Join the live chat Friday at 1:15 p.m. to have your voice heard.
Massachusetts U.S. Senate candidate Elizabeth Warren will be live chatting on Falmouth Patch on Friday, July 13, at 1:15 p.m. Wondering about her stance on a particular issue? Now's your chance to ask the Democratic candidate from Massachusetts any question you want answered. Warren will be fielding your questions on topics ranging from the 2012 campaign to healthcare to national budget issues. You ask, she answers. Head on over to our homepage from 1:15 p.m. to 2 p.m. on Friday to join our chat. You'll simply have to provide your name, and you'll be able to ask your questions immediately. If you can't make the live chat, leave your questions as comments to this article, and we'll do our best to add them to the queue. We will publish the …
Thursday, May 10, 2012
See what Falmouth Town Manager Julian Suso had to say in response to our readers' questions.
Join Patch's live chat with Falmouth Town Manager Julian Suso today starting at 10:15am. Questions will be published in the order in which they were received; questions emailed prior to the event will receive priority.
Wednesday, May 9, 2012
Falmouth Patch will host a live chat with Town Manager Julian Suso tomorrow at 10:15am.
Falmouth Patch is going high-tech tomorrow, May 10, hosting a "live chat" session with Town Manager Julian Suso beginning at 10:15am. Can't join the chat? The deadline to submit your emailed questions for Mr. Suso is 9am tomorrow. So if you've got a concern or suggestion about the way the town of Falmouth is run, send them along now to email@example.com. You can also type in your questions in real time on the article page once the chat commences. Let the chatting begin!
Monday, May 7, 2012
Our new weekly feature lets you know about important deadlines coming up for the Falmouth community.
We've seen hundreds of events come and go in the community, but how often does one pass you by that you wish you hadn't missed out on? That's where we come in. Each week Falmouth Patch will post a quick reminder about the events, activities or important tasks whose deadlines have come. This week, we're reminding you that Thursday, May 10 at 9am is the deadline to submit your emailed questions for Patch's live chat with Falmouth Town Manager Julian Suso. So if you've got a concern or suggestion for Mr. Suso about the way the town of Falmouth is run, submit your questions in advance to firstname.lastname@example.org. Note: the live chat will start at 10:15am on that day, so you can also type in your questions in real time on the article page once …