The Island’s smallest town is working to come up to speed with the digital era.

Aquinnah webmaster Liz Witham told the selectmen on Tuesday that a new website launched this week will be easier to use, and will allow department heads to finally begin posting meeting minutes and other documents on their own, rather than sending them to her, although she said even that arrangement has been a challenge.

“I don’t receive any minutes to post from any departments,” she said. “That’s something that should be addressed. I think the taxpayers deserve that.”

Voters at the annual town meeting in May appropriated $7,500 to update the town website and a separate website related to the Gay Head Light. Ms. Witham said those funds have already been exhausted, although she still hopes to conduct trainings for town hall employees so they can upload documents to the new website.

Outgoing town administrator Adam Wilson said he had taken it upon himself to post minutes of selectmen meetings on the old website’s calendar page, although he said minutes should more appropriately be posted by the town clerk, who handles public records.

Selectman Jim Newman suggested that postings could be handled by a new administrative assistant that the town plans to hire in the near future.

As part of larger transition in town hall, Mr. Wilson will step down as town administrator early next month. He was recently elected as town assessor, and plans to be sworn in on July 7. He replaces longtime assessor Michael Stutz. An ad-hoc committee chaired by Kathy Newman of the town personnel committee has begun laying the groundwork for recruiting a new town administrator. The town is also working to hire a part-time assistant administrator, who among other things would take over receptionist duties from Mr. Wilson and provide assistance to the planning board.

Last week, the selectmen and board of assessors appointed Elaine Vanderhoop to fill a vacancy left by assessor Darren LePort, who resigned this year.

In other business Tuesday, the selectmen agreed to hire Edgartown and Chilmark building inspector Lenny Jason to serve as interim part-time building inspector in Aquinnah, following the resignation of Mark Barbadoro in April. Mr. Jason had also stepped in after Aquinnah’s former building inspector Jerry Wiener resigned in 2015.

The board approved an official housing production plan, which outlines specific strategies and goals for developing more affordable and community housing in town. Planning board chairman Peter Temple said the original draft issued by the firm JM Goldson this winter has been revised to better reflect the town character. He said the biggest change was a recommendation that the new housing be required to have ground-floor bedrooms and other features to support elder residents.

Housing production plans were issued for every Island town and for the Island as whole, but so far only Tisbury and Aquinnah have approved their plans. The Oak Bluffs selectmen, planning board and affordable housing committee plan to address their town’s plan at a joint meeting on June 20.

Looking ahead to summer, the selectmen roundly endorsed a proposal by Aloha Paddle to launch a program in stand-up paddle boarding for kids in Aquinnah.

“The sport has experienced a really strong growth curve in the last 10 years,” said Adrian Johnson, who appeared with co-owner Nicole Corbo to introduce the program. “It’s boomed, and the sport is starting to plateau, and there’s really not any proper programs for children.” He said the program in Aquinnah would be funded privately in the first year, and potentially added to the town budget in the future.

Mr. Newman was open to the idea of considering a new budget item next year, pointing out that the town already funds swimming and sailing programs for kids. Ms. Vanderhoop also offered support, and urged Mr. Johnson and Ms. Corba to reach out to the Wampanoag Tribe as well.

“We should all be familiar with the water, both in [terms of] safety and knowing our own abilities,” she said.