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Tisbury Takes Up Connector Road Again
The longstanding issue of whether to build a connector road will come before Tisbury voters again at a special town meeting next week, this time in...
7:30 pm, December 5, 2013
Squibnocket Plan Receives Mixed Reviews
The long-term viability and environmental sustainability of a public-private improvement project proposed for Squibnocket Beach were subjects for...
5:09 pm, December 5, 2013
Edgartown Selectmen Approve Tax Increase, Shellfish Licenses
Edgartown’s tax rate will increase slightly in 2014, with the town selectmen this week approving a tax rate of $3.70 for every $1,000 worth of...
3:16 pm, December 5, 2013
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West Tisbury Selectmen Set Tax Increase, Discuss Solar Project
West Tisbury selectmen this week set the annual tax rate and discussed the status of the town solar project. At a public hearing on Wednesday, the...
12:17 pm, December 5, 2013
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Oldest Menemsha Fish Shack Caught in Crossfire of Property Rights Dispute
The oldest fishing shack in Menemsha is now under the stewardship of the town of Aquinnah, at least for the short term. The Aquinnah selectmen voted...
4:27 pm, December 4, 2013
High School Budget Wins Easy Approval
With virtually no discussion, the regional high school district committee voted Monday to certify an $18.6 million operating budget for the coming...
10:27 am, December 4, 2013
Four Vineyard Finalists for Medical Marijuana Dispensaries
Four Vineyard applicants are among 100 finalists in the race to open medical marijuana dispensaries across the state. Two final applicants are from...
6:10 am, November 25, 2013
Five Corners Challenges Even Traffic Planners in Stop & Shop Review
The Five Corners intersection took center stage at the Martha’s Vineyard Commission this week as public discussion began about potential traffic...
5:56 am, November 23, 2013
Court Case Tests Use of CPA Funds for Church Repairs
In a court case that takes up the issue of whether public money can be spent on historic preservation of churches, a group of Oak Bluffs residents...
7:53 pm, November 21, 2013
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