Building Community from Common Ground Up

We need a new type of politics that brings us together behind shared interests and bold ideas. Through our collective efforts, progress and change is possible while preserving Cape Cod’s natural resources and rustic charm.

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            [message] => The Cape is in the midst of a massive housing crisis. Locals are struggling to find year-round shelter and many are being driven off-Cape due to skyrocketing costs and low availability. But if we look around, Cape Cod is covered in empty homes. How can the Cape survive if we refuse to prioritize the needs of hardworking year-round residents over second homeowners' vacations? By curbing the second home industry that is to blame for much of our overdevelopment, pollution, and rising housing costs, we can ensure a better, more sustainable future for those of us who contribute to our community — not just for the summer, but all year long.
#ProudToBeYearRound #KnowYourHousingCrisis #CapeCod #MasonAlliance2020 #OwnOrBeOwned
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Meet Josh

I was born in Houston Texas and raised
in Dennis, here in the First Barnstable District. I graduated from Dennis-Yarmouth Regional High School in 2000 as a member of the class of the new millennium. I attended Hofstra University in New York graduating with a Bachelors degree…