No. During a Monday meeting where the atmosphere had all of the fire of an average day at Parliament, municipal water was again defeated. The heart of the standoff appears to be cost exclusively. In today’s economic and municipal environment where little if any advancement on a project can get legs save for a $ 100,000.00 committee assessment followed by prolonged tire kicking, there is something to be said for the skepticism. The following link shows a very compelling perspective on shelving the issue at least in the short run. Conversely, the Eastham Water Action Committee lends insight to those on the other side of the table.