The Policy Pod is the podcast series produced by the Cape Cod Chamber of Commerce that mixes interesting conversation with issues Cape Codders care about, with the goal of highlighting policies that support Cape Cod’s spirit of innovation, entrepreneurship and resiliency. Because tone matters, we take to the airwaves to share our thoughts and your ideas.
The inaugural season of the Policy Pod is supported by The Davenport Companies, a family-owned and operated business serving Cape Codders since 1956 with homes, health and wellness, entertainment, lodging, construction and stewardship of the place we all love.
Find the Cape Cod Chamber's Policy Pod here!
Access recent editions of the Policy Pod below:
Cape Cod's Blue Economy: What Lies Ahead for the Region (4/14/23)
Cape Cod's Wastewater Dilemma: What will it cost? (2/21/23)
Replacing the Sagamore and Bourne Bridges - Update (12/7/22)
Cape Cod's Housing Dilemma: Finding a Path Forward (10/21/22)
Cape Cod Summer 2022 Forecast (3/23/22)
Cape Cod's Childcare Crisis: What Businesses Need to Know (2/22/22)
The Housing Boom: Cape Cod's Explosive Real Estate Market (12/16/21)
New Beginnings for the Cape Cod Chamber of Commerce (10/26/21)
Summer on Cape Cod - How Busy Will It Be? (6/22/21)
Outdoor Mask Mandate Removed: Cape Cod Enters New Reopening Phase (4/30/21)
Barnstable's Comprehensive Wastewater Plan: What Residents and Businesses Need to Know (4/13/21)
COVID-19 Impact on Cape Cod Public Transit (2/26/21)
Cape Cod Chamber of Commerce CEO Wendy Northcross Announces Retirement (2/9/21)
Cape Cod COVID-19 Testing Capacity to Increase; Vaccines on the Way (12/8/20)
Cape Cod COVID-19 Update (11/25/20)
Cape Cod COVID-19 Update: The State of Business Post-Summer (10/7/20)
Cape Cod's "Second Summer" Begins (9/7/20)
Early Education and Childcare Virtual Town Hall (8/17/20)
The Future of Cape Cod Tourism in the Current and Post-COVID Era (8/11/20)
Reopening Cape Cod: A Discussion With State Senator Julian Cyr (7/24/20)
Replacing Cape Cod's Bourne and Sagamore Bridges (7/23/20)
Summer 2020 - Cape Cod is Open for Business (6/22/20)
Breaking News: Cape Cod Enters Phase 2 Reopening (6/6/20)
Details Released on How Cape Cod Prepares To Reopen (5/18/20)
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