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Shade Tree Removal Occupies Edgartown Selectmen
The board reviewed three requests for shade tree removal at their meeting Monday, including on South Summer street. In Edgartown, trees that stand...
1:03 pm, November 19, 2014
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New Squibnocket Plan Begins to Take Shape
Town leaders are now discussing the possibility of acquiring land for a new parking lot in several locations. The final recommendation will address...
10:06 am, November 19, 2014
Priorities in Sight, Tisbury Moves Forward With Town Visioning Process
Tisbury planners are heading into the holidays with a better sense of the town’s future priorities, thanks to an ongoing vision planning process that...
2:28 pm, November 18, 2014
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Push for Uniform Taxi Rules Sees Pushback from Cabbies Over Meters
It’s not uncommon to take an Island taxicab from one place to another and pay one fare, and on the way back pay something different. A committee...
5:22 am, November 17, 2014
Competing Interests Over Prospect of Sand Mining
A public discussion hosted by the Martha’s Vineyard Commission aimed to find common ground on the controversial topic as a comment period on the...
7:46 am, November 15, 2014
MVC Allows Mixed Use Condominium Project in Edgartown
The Martha’s Vineyard Commission gave a green light to an Edgartown condominium development late last week, but the developers said conditions...
3:42 pm, November 12, 2014
Chilmark Mulls Accessory Housing Bylaw
A proposed zoning bylaw that would allow for accessory apartments in Chilmark has been quietly gathering feedback from town boards and will be the...
3:16 pm, November 12, 2014
County Restrained by Judge from Expanding Airport Board
The Dukes County Commission cannot expand the size of the Martha’s Vineyard Airport Commission, a superior court judge has ruled. The Hon. Richard...
2:08 pm, November 10, 2014
Report Finds Chilmark Pond at Nitrogen Limit
The saltwater pond is generally healthy with no serious habitat damage, but nitrogen levels are at their limit, the report from the Massachusetts...
6:33 am, November 10, 2014
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