Edgartown Expands Historic District, Rejects Refuse District Project
Sara Brown

Edgartown voters gave a green light to expanding the town historic district and spending for a wide range of town items — but stopped short of approving the town’s portion of $2.5 million to rebuild the refuse district transfer station.

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Edgartown Takes Up Crowded Warrant
Steve Myrick

A $33.5 million operating budget and renovation of Memorial Wharf are among the items coming before Edgartown voters.

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Ninety Four Year Old Water Commissioner Retires Position, But Not His Opinions
Heather Hamacek
After 30 years of serving the town of Edgartown, John Lovewell attended his last meeting as a water commissioner last week. He was presented with a clock and a model fire hydrant for his service.
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Edgartown Library Set for Next Chapter
Steve Myrick

In early February, library lovers will be invited to carry the first of nearly 50,000 books and other items to the new Edgartown library building.

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Edgartown Town Meeting Turns Down Mini Park Purchase
Sara Brown

Edgartown voters readily approved nearly all articles, including a $32 million town operating budget at their annual town meeting. But they stopped short of spending $2.1 million to buy the Main street Mini-Park from the Hall family.

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Thar She Costs; Whaling History Preservation Is on Town Agenda
Sara Brown
When Edgartown voters gather next week for their annual town meeting, preserving town history will be among the items on the agenda.
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Edgartown Considers Full-Time Fire Chief
Steve Myrick

At their annual town meeting Edgartown voters will take up an operating budget that includes a salary for a full-time fire chief.

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At Home on the Water; Making Everyone Else Feel Good, Too
Mollie Doyle

On a hazy, warm Monday morning in June, the Edgartown harbor master pulls into his parking spot adjacent to his office on Morse street in Edgartown. Charlie Blair has barely parked his battered blue Suburban before he jumps out and asks: “What kind of shape are we in?”

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Edgartown Backs Fertilizer Control Plan, With a Twist
Jane Seagrave
Edgartown voters approved a $30.7 million operating budget and agreed to spend Community Preservation Act funds for a range of projects, including $350,000 to renovate the interior of the town hall.
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Edgartown Voters Will Be Asked to Spend on Town Hall Renovations
Sara Brown
When voters gather within the newly painted walls of the Old Whaling Church in Edgartown next Tuesday, they will take on a town meeting warrant with 66 articles and a $30.7 million town budget.
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