Selectmen Reject Bad Martha's Request to Extend Hours
Steve Myrick

Edgartown selectmen rejected a request from Bad Martha’s to extend hours for the Upper Main Street brewery and tasting room after a short public hearing during their regular Monday meeting.

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Edgartown Set to Review Candidates for Police Chief
Steve Myrick

Edgartown selectmen have tentatively called a meeting for May 4 to consider candidates for the town’s next police chief, when interim police chief Jack Collins is expected to make his recommendations.

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Traffic, Parking Rules Yield to Construction Work in Edgartown
Steve Myrick
Edgartown selectmen agreed Monday to traffic and parking restrictions to accommodate ongoing construction on the new town library.
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Shade Tree Removal Occupies Edgartown Selectmen
Olivia Hull

The board reviewed three requests for shade tree removal at their meeting Monday, including on South Summer street. In Edgartown, trees that stand within a public way cannot be removed without a hearing in front of the selectmen.

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Edgartown Selectmen Hear Town Landing Concerns
Sara Brown
Town issues, including boats left at town landings and cell phone service on Chappaquiddick, were discussed at the Edgartown selectmen's meeting on Monday.
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Selectmen Approve License for Seasonal Liquor Store
Sara Brown
The Edgartown selectmen have approved a license for a new seasonal liquor store in Edgartown. The new store will take the place of Town Provisions on Mayhew Lane.
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Edgartown Selectmen Lead Initiative to Join Ocean Wind Turbine Proposal
Mike Seccombe

Edgartown Selectmen Lead Initiative to Join Ocean Wind Turbine Proposal

By MIKE SECCOMBE

With Edgartown in the lead, the Vineyard is poised to join with Nantucket and Cong. William Delahunt in pushing for the establishment of an offshore energy zone to harness wind, wave and possibly tidal energy from waters between the two Islands.

The move is a first step toward the goal of making the Islands energy independent.

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Margaret Serpa Cites Her Long Experience in Financial Affairs
Sam Bungey

A quiet and efficient presence at the weekly Edgartown selectmen’s meetings, Margaret Serpa has spent a long career scrutinizing municipal budgets on the Vineyard.

Born and raised in Edgartown, Mrs. Serpa was a member of the last class to graduate from the old Edgartown High School. She started to work at the Martha’s Vineyard Regional High School in 1972 and took over as administrative assistant in 1979, a position she kept until 2006.

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