Hiding in plain sight: Hide-A-Vent founder Michael Heinrichs launches innovative small business
Sometimes, the smallest touches can make the biggest difference.This was the thought that occurred to Michael Heinrichs a little more than a year ago, while working on a condo remodel project in Duxbury. He noticed that designers provide a beautiful product on the interior of a home, only for many of the amenities to be vented out on the exterior, in a manner that is not aesthetically pleasing. It was then that he realized there was a need for something better than what was currently on the market. And thus a new small business was created.
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Rogers & Gray to present flood zone seminar for commercial brokers and lenders on May 11
Flood zone uncertainty has killed many a real estate transaction - but it doesn't have to. Joe Rossi, Flood Specialist at Rogers & Gray Insurance and nationally recognized flood expert, leads a one-hour presentation along with Q&A discussion to help address the many questions and concerns the commercial real estate market has when faced with flood issues.
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Musicians and filmmakers to rock Plymouth with new nonprofit venture
Like the idea of a music & film festival in Plymouth? What about watching a music documentary then seeing the artist perform? What if you could watch a classic '80s film then dance the night away to an '80s cover band? These are the types of events that a new non-profit business called Plymouth Rocks is planning for Plymouth. Read more here.
Cape Cod's fiber network continues to move forward
Through recent streamlining of their operations OpenCape, the Barnstable-based not-for-profit organization that owns and operates Cape Cod's fiber optic network, remains focused on their commitment of connecting Cape Cod, the Island's and Southeastern MA to high-speed internet and offering business, and eventually residential, clients a choice. Read more here.
Housing: Affordable workforce housing on Cape Cod
Byy Ksenia Pryme
This is Part I of a two-part series on affordable housing in our community. Part II will be published in our June issue.
Workforce housing is generally understood to mean affordable housing for people who work in the "essential industries" − industries required for economic prosperity of a given community.
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