The Oak Bluffs annual town meeting will move outdoors, but the place has not been determined yet.

Town administrator Robert Whritenour told the selectmen Wednesday that the Performing Arts Center where the meeting is usually held will not be feasible for social distance reasons.

Mr. Whritenour said a team of town officials is evaluating alternative outdoor sites and will report back next week. The meeting is planned for June 16.

West Tisbury voted last week to move its annual town meeting to the Tabernacle.

Also Wednesday selectmen unanimously voted to extend the town emergency stay-at-home order to May 18. Phase one guidelines for construction were extended to May 11. After that construction crews of up to five people will be allowed.

Selectmen unanimously approved a plan to add hand sanitizing stations in public restrooms, along with signs and more frequent cleanings.

Finally board chairman Brian Packish gave an update on repairs to the Oak Bluffs Steamship Authority pier. Mr. Packish said the signals he has received from the SSA board of governors have been mixed. He said after hearing the SSA was having trouble finding vendors, the town gave the boat line referrals for vendors who have said they can do the repairs.

Mr. Packish requested that Vineyard SSA governor James Malkin be put on the agenda for the selectmen’s meeting next week.

“A lot of information is coming through second hand and I think there would be a benefit for the board of selectmen to speak directly with our representative, get questions answered and hopefully have the ability to put our feet down on the ground,” Mr. Packish said.

— Aaron Wilson