Fish House Revival Moves Closer to Reality in Menemsha
Maia Coleman and Noah Asimow
After the closure of Menemsha’s only wholesale seafood market last year, the Martha’s Vineyard Fishermen’s Preservation Trust has taken steps on multiple fronts to fill the void.
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Chilmark Puts Brakes on North Road Bike Path
Maia Coleman
Chilmark selectmen put the brakes on a preliminary plan to build a shared-use bike path on North Road, amid a sea of criticism from town residents Tuesday.
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Preservation Trust Eyes Fish House Revival in Menemsha
Maia Coleman
The Martha’s Vineyard Fishermen’s Preservation Trust said Tuesday that it hopes to lease the former Menemsha Fish House property, with an eye toward reopening the facility as a community-based wholesale seafood company.
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Chilmark Doubles Town Mooring Fees
Maia Coleman
Mooring fees are going up in Menemsha next summer after Chilmark selectmen voted this week to double the fees, bringing them more in line with other Island towns.
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Chilmark Looks to Take Harder Line to Combat Coronavirus Spread
Maia Coleman
Chilmark selectmen created a plan for a coronavirus public awareness campaign at an emergency meeting with the board of health Thursday.
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Chilmark Reviews Covid-Related Expenses
Maia Coleman
Chilmark selectmen heard updates on town finances Thursday, reviewing recent grants and outstanding Covid-related expenses.
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Chilmark Sets Dates for Bay Scallop, Oyster Seasons
Maia Coleman

Chilmark selectmen voted Tuesday to approve new regulations for the upcoming scallop and oyster seasons, while keeping a close eye on toxic blue-green algae growth in coastal ponds.

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Beach, Harbor Revenues See Slight Drop in Chilmark
Maia Coleman
Chilmark selectmen on Tuesday reviewed town receipts from the season just past, taking stock after early worries about a quiet summer.
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Signs at Beetlebung Corner Prompt Discussion About Future Regulations
Maia Coleman
Chilmark selectmen discussed potentially regulating political signs on town property.
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Chilmark Saw Busy Weekend, But Safety Ruled
Will Sennott
Summer crowds descended on Chilmark over the Fourth of July, but selectmen were pleased to learn that all went smoothly, and said for now drastic measures are not needed.
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