Selectmen Hear Litany of Summer Complaints
Noah Asimow

With summer in full swing, complaints and concerns about Chappy ferry lines, parade floats, boat ramps and more kept the Edgartown selectmen busy at their meeting Monday.

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Rising Popularity of Kiteboarding Prompts New Rules in Edgartown
Noah Asimow

Kiteboarders were off the water and in the Edgartown town hall on Monday, agreeing to new clear zones in three of the town’s ponds.

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Striking Drivers Appeal to Selectmen for Support
Noah Asimow

With the strike dragging on but most buses still running, Vineyard Transit Authority drivers came to the Edgartown selectmen on Monday to request their support. Selectmen listened.

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Edgartown Hears Student Pitch for Plastic Bottle Ban
Noah Asimow

Selectmen expressed interest but caution in an Islandwide plastic bottle ban.

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Edgartown Officer Promoted to Sergeant
Noah Asimow

Edgartown has a new police sergeant, with selectmen pinning the hard-earned stripes on detective Michael Snowden on Monday.

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Chappaquiddick Road Race Set for June 30
Noah Asimow

The Chappy Point-to-Point is on, after Edgartown selectmen approved a five-mile road race from Wasque to Chappaquiddick Point at their meeting on Monday.

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Improvements Eyed for Edgartown-Vineyard Haven Road
Noah Asimow

Edgartown selectmen heard a presentation Monday from MVC planner Dan Doyle about potential improvements to the artery.

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Edgartown Water Named Tops in State
Noah Asimow

Selectmen on Monday congratulated water commissioners and superintendent Bill Chapman for having some of the cleanest water in the state.

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Selectmen Allow Fare Increase for Chappy Ferry
Noah Asimow

In a busy meeting Monday, Edgartown selectmen approved a rate increase for the Chappy Ferry, signed off on two aquaculture permits and conditionally approved the installation of one upright piano downtown.

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Selectmen Sound Off Over Early-File Bill on Housing Bank
Noah Asimow

Edgartown selectmen reacted sharply after learning that state Sen. Julian Cyr and Rep. Dylan Fernandes had filed legislation to establish a housing bank three months ago.

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