East White Horse Beach Oceanside Association
A non-profit community association for East WHB Oceanside Property Owners 

Projects

Parking:
At our 2011 annual meeting, one of the biggest concerns that came up is the limited parking for residents and our guests during the summer months.  A Volunteer Parking Committee was formed, and p researching and information gathering. The committee's goal is to understand the real parking issues, and try to come up with a viable solution for the neighborhood, and have it implemented before the Taylor Ave Reconstruction Project begins in Spring 2018.  Here is a link to the 75% complete Project Plan; these files are as of February 2011.  The actual hard copy of the plan is available for viewing in the Engineering Department at Plymouth Town Hall.  There is a MADOT Public Hearing being held on Thursday, June 2nd, 7pm, at Town Hall.

At our 2012 meeting, the association voted unanimously to ask the town to implement a
Resident Permit Parking Program for the neighborhood.  A petition has been approved, and signatures were obtained.  We presented a Resident Permit Parking Program Proposal to the Manomet Village Steering Committee on August 23, 2012.

Dawn met with the town manager in September 2012.  She agreed to create a town-sanctioned "temporary" WHB Parking Committee, which was approved by the BOS.  The goal of this committee is to create a comprehensive parking proposal/plan to present to the Board of Selectmen in August '13.    WHB Parking Committee Mission & Charge.   Learn more about the WHB Parking Committee info on the town's website. 

A petition has been started to request release of the state funding for the Taylor Ave Reconstruction Project.  View/sign/share


Signs:
Another issue people are concerned with is trespassing on public properties, littering, and unleashed dogs roaming the beach.  Members felt perhaps some signs at the right-of-ways and stairs directing the general public to the public beach entrances, and listing a couple of "rules" might be helpful.  A committee was formed, and results were presented at our June 2012 meeting.  The association voted unanimously to post signs at deeded right-of-way entrances from streets and beach stairs. Signs have been received, and will be displayed during the summer months, then removed during the off-season, to avoid vandalism and theft.  If you would like to post a sign on your property, contact any officer or area rep.

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