With New Moderator at the Helm, Edgartown Tackles Hefty Warrant
Noah Asimow
When the Island’s oldest town convenes its annual town meeting next week, a new moderator, town administrator and town clerk will take the stage at the Old Whaling Church alongside other, more familiar faces.
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Katama Hangar Heads Back to Voters
Steve Myrick
The fate of the hangar is back in the hands of Edgartown voters when they go to town meeting on April 9, and two days later to the ballot box for a Proposition 2 1/2 override question.
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Undertaker's Wagon Represents Long-Ago Act of Charity
Sara Brown

As Edgartown voters turn to business from funding for schools to harbor repairs next week at town meeting, they will also be asked to restore pieces of the past. One artifact in particular represents a long-ago act of charity.

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Edgartown Library Expansion: Voters Finally Have Their Say
Remy Tumin

A lean budget, new library and a series of zoning bylaw changes top a hefty 68-article warrant that awaits Edgartown voters at the annual town meeting Tuesday night.

Longtime moderator Philip J. Norton Jr. will preside over the session; the meeting begins at 7 p.m. in the Old Whaling Church.

Voters will be asked to approve a $27.5 million budget, up 3.4 per cent over last year, largely due to increased education assessments, a large police and fire department budget and funding for a town dredging project in Sengekontacket Pond.

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