West Tisbury selectmen granted a one-day beer and wine license, gave permission to a small tour company to use town roads and heard concerns about road safety near the Mobil station last week.

At the board meeting Wednesday, Adam Moore, executive director of the Sheriff’s Meadow Foundation, requested a one-day beer and wine permit for the foundation’s summer dinner at Arrowhead Farm on July 15. Jeffrey (Skipper) Manter 3rd expressed concerns about noise in the quiet rural area.

“Big events in small quiet narrow area worry me. Change comes hard for someone who has lived here as long as I have,” Mr. Manter said.

The event runs from 6 to 9:30 p.m. Mr. Manter proposed that the foundation stop serving alcohol at 9 p.m. Mr. Moore agreed and the board voted to approved the permit.

The board granted permission for All Star Tours to take 14-passenger vans down State Road, North Road and Edgartown-West Tisbury Road. No stops will be made in West Tisbury.

Nancy Dole came before the board to discuss safety concerns about the area near the Mobil Station. Mrs. Dole, who owns property abutting the station at the entrance to town, presented police reports documenting numerous car accidents that have occurred in the area since 2008. She urged the selectmen to contact the Massachusetts Department of Transportation to study the intersection. Selectmen agreed.

The board also:

• Appointed Rise Tierney to the Martha’s Vineyard Center for Living Board;

• Named Brian Beal as an associate on the conservation commission;

• Announced the town picnic will be held June 15 at the Agricultural Hall from noon to 3 p.m.