How We've Grown

 
  

Part Eight: Decision Point: Does Cape Cod Have the Will to Fix Its Nitrogen Problem?

For the past decade, most towns on the Cape have been trying to solve their wastewater woes on their own, but have been slow to act because of the cost — an estimated $4 billion to $8 billion Cape-wide. In the meantime, the quality of the region’s coastal embayments has continued to decline. But the stakes are getting even higher with a major lawsuit demanding swift regulatory action.

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ABOUT HOW WE'VE GROWN

Ten years ago WCAI first went on the air, bringing the region its own public radio station.

“How We’ve Grown: A Decade of Stories from the Cape and Islands," a new eight-part series, examines a decade of news stories from the Cape and Islands: how we were then, how we’ve changed, and where we’re going.

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