Chilmark has long recognized the importance of affordable housing to the well-being of the town.
The Oak Bluffs citizens beach committee was formed to advocate for attractive, high quality beaches and to represent human and economic needs.
Much interest centers, these days, around the issuance of licenses to sell beer in the various Island towns.
A recent article about the Island's housing crisis stressed the need for more affordable housing.
The physical appearance of the airport buildings and grounds continues to deteriorate and is a disgrace to the Island.
Why are there six towns on Martha's Vineyard, each with its own administrative costs?
My wife and I arrived at the Steamship Authority last Thursday morning, just as the excavator took the first bite out of the weather structure.
We understand that the Little Bridge channel at Sengekontacket Pond is being dredged this June.
As a candidate for Oak Bluffs selectman, I would like to thank both the local newspapers for bringing this election to the attention of the voters.

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