Know your town from The League of Women Voters of Falmouth is all about Falmouth, Massachusetts.
This edition was produced by the following committee members of the League of Women Voters: Chairman Deborah Siegal, Jayne Abbott, Joan Boyer, Alice Carey, Marcia Easterling, Doris Epstein, Judy Fenwick, Sallie Giffen, Barbara Kanellopoulos, Richard Payne and Judy Stetson.
We dedicate this fifth edition to all those who have served as President of the League of Women Voters of Falmouth.
Incorporated in 1686 as Suckanessett, Falmouth contains about 44 square miles
Falmouth is part of Barnstable County, which was established in 1685
Falmouth has a Selectman/Representative Town Meeting form of government with a Town Manager
The challenge of preserving open space, providing recreational facilities and protecting the environment is never-ending.
The Police Department, The Fire Rescue Department, the Harbor Master, and the United States Coast Guard protect Falmouth.
Woods Hole is home to several prestigious scientific institutions.