Tisbury selectmen this week voted to renew the lone moped rental license in town, with a few stipulations.

Island Adventure Rentals, owned by Jason Leone, will be licensed to rent a maximum of 90 mopeds. Mr. Leone will be required to have an unobstructed 50-by-24-foot training track. Selectmen also agreed that any subsequent changes to moped regulations next year will apply to his business. They also stipulated that a barrier approved by the town building inspector must be placed between the test track and Beach Road before the business can operate. And Mr. Leone will be required to work on an oil containment plan before he applies for renewal next year.

Moped rentals have been a contentious topic this year, especially in Oak Bluffs, where the bulk of moped rental businesses are located. Concerns about compliance with safety regulations have been raised by the Mopeds Are Dangerous Action Committee, an activist group working to outlaw moped rentals on the Island. Nonbinding questions appear on town meeting ballots this year asking if moped rentals should be banned from the Island. In Tisbury a petitioned article on next week’s special town meeting warrant asks voters to declare the license of the Island Adventure Rentals null and void based on an alleged violation of town bylaws.

But with the summer season approaching, Tisbury selectmen said this week that after consulting with town counsel they are satisfied that Mr. Leone’s license is in good standing and can be renewed.

After some back and forth discussion about how many mopeds Mr. Leone can store on site, given the need for mechanical repairs and dropoffs, selectmen voted unanimously to renew the license.

A public hearing for proposed amendments to town moped rules will be scheduled in the near future, selectmen said.