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Cape communities work on shark strategy to alert swimmers

Officials from shoreline communities on Cape Cod are focusing on ways to better share information about the presence of sharks, as sightings of the predators continue to rise during the summer months.

“There was a lot of concern about how to better communicate the whereabouts of sharks, what we can do better in that aspect than in previous years,’’ said Dan Tobin, the director of the Chatham Parks and Recreation Department, after a two-hour meeting Wednesday in Orleans with other town officials, shark experts, and the public.

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