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The November 2018 Caper has arrived!

Fall has definitely settled over the Cape. Halloween Happenings was a rousing success yesterday, even after mother nature cancelled her on Saturday. The smiles on the kids faces, the candy, and the pumpkins are what fall, and the Cape, is all about.

This month in the Caper, Beau’s message talks about budgeting and how important the vote in January is. Please make sure all of you come out to vote on January 8th, 2019, for the budget for fiscal year 2020. Over the next few months, the playgrounds will get an overhaul and Beau also talks about the work done on the piers since 2015. The board is asking for a $15 increase in the yearly SCBD fee per tax account. He breaks down the expenses and explains why it’s necessary in his message. Don’t miss the 2020 budget for your review in this month’s Caper.

Ryan, our town manager, talks about how the falling leaves are a large source of water pollution to our Magothy River Watershed and Chesapeake Bay. He asks that we do our part and take the time to pick up and properly dispose of the falling leaves. Read the rest of Ryan’s message in this month’s Caper.

The Caper has added a new feature this month, Health Notes. The first one is from Deborah Campbell CRNP and she talks about hypertension. Expect more articles like this one in the months going forward.

Election is coming up not only for Anne Arundel County and Maryland but also in the Cape as well. This month contains biographies for those running again for the CSCIA board in January.

In community news, The Garden Club talks about the wonderful speaker they had at their October meeting, Michael Judd of Ecologia. Check out the meeting details in this month’s Caper. It’s not too late to grab your tickets to Cape Conservation Corps Harvest Bash which is this Friday, November 2nd from 7-10pm! See their website for more details.

SANTA is coming to the Cape on Saturday December 8th from 8:30 to 10:30. A continental breakfast will be served. It’s just $5 for children and $6 for adults. Please bring your own camera. SEATING WILL BE LIMITED. Please see this month’s Caper for more details.

See you around the Cape!