Put Down the Swords
The surprising personal criticisms of Jim Malkin, the Vineyard’s recently appointed SSA governor and chairman of the board, by three of the four other governors, do not bode well for righting the listing SSA ship.
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Quest for Information
We have owned a house in Vineyard Haven since 2005, we live in a small town in upstate New York similar to MV.
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Homesick
I read with relief and affection the op-ed by Dr. Henry Nieder, and the letter from Julia Mitchell Christensen.
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Out of the Fog
Perhaps the covid 19 pandemic and gauge for human safety and activity is analogous to the phases of fog density:
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All Together
As a lifelong Islander, I am deeply upset by the verbal abuse with which some of my dearest family friends from New York, who happened to be here when the pandemic struck, have received simply because of their license plate.
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Boost for Business
The successful passing of the Coronairus Aid, Relief and Economic Security (CARES) Act last week should bring much needed relief to our Island businesses.
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Tick Alert
At the moment everyone’s attention is correctly and understandably focused on the coronavirus.
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Exceptional Care
Recently I spent several weeks in the Martha’s Vineyard Hospital and I want to say a huge thank you to my wonderful nurses, staff, and physical therapists.
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Going Deep in Time of Crisis
I have taken minutes for different organizations for most of my adult life.
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Full of Hope, Blinders Off
I walk around our Aquinnah property, clearing debris and limbs of trees half-eaten by ravenous deer.
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