Prospective Developers Take a Tour at Yellow House
Sara Brown
Potential bidders and other interested parties streamed through the old Yellow House in downtown Edgartown on Tuesday, getting an up-close look at the rundown property.
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Tradesman Is Winner in Edgartown Housing Lottery
Sara Brown

Daniel Consoni, a 29-year-old Edgartown resident, won the right to buy a one-bedroom loft in downtown Edgartown in a lottery drawing Monday afternoon.

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Yellow House Attracts Potential Bidders — Including Former Owner
Sara Brown

Less than a week after Edgartown issued a request for proposals for the Main street property, 11 potential developers have expressed interest.

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Town Seeks Bidders for Yellow House
Sara Brown

Edgartown is officially accepting proposals from developers who want to lease and renovate the Yellow House on Main street.

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Edgartown Names New Fire Chief to Succeed Peter Shemeth
Sara Brown

Alexander J. Schaeffer, the deputy chief at the Edgartown fire department, has been named the town’s next fire chief. Selectmen unanimously backed the choice at their meeting Monday.

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Pay Raises for Edgartown Employees Go to Special Town Meeting
Steve Myrick

Edgartown selectmen voted Monday to add an article to the Nov. 14 special town meeting warrant involving raises for town workers.

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Edgartown Welcomes New Dredge

Edgartown’s new $600,000 dredge has arrived and is ready for action, dredge committee members told the town selectmen.

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Town, Manager Part Ways at Katama Airfield
Steve Myrick

Following a summer of tension at the airfield, the Edgartown selectmen and members of the airport commission agreed to open a new chapter.

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Edgartown Set to Open Bay Scallop Season
Steve Myrick

Bay scalloping begins Oct. 1 in Edgartown with the opening of the recreational season. Selectmen voted to set dates at their meeting Monday.

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Selectmen Reconsider Views on Herbicides
Sara Brown

Edgartown selectmen backed off an idea to send a letter of concern to Eversource after the conservation agent shared information about plans to use herbicides under power lines.

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