Tick Check
Like you, I have been enjoying the end of winter and the arrival of warm spring days.
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Chasm Not Closed
The chasm unfortunately is not closed, as much as we would like it to be.
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Herbicide Home Rule
I am writing in support of the herbicide home rule article that will be on the warrant for several upcoming town meetings in April; it has already been approved by Aquinnah, Tisbury and West Tisbury.
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Plastic Free
Our children have given us a great gift. They have given us the gift of opportunity — an opportunity to right a wrong, to do the right thing.
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Watershed Moment
For a few years now, the Vineyard Conservation Society has been working to reduce the waste and pollution associated with bottled water through our Take Back the Tap initiative.
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Intentional Stewardship
Passed in 1642 to regulate rights in the waters of the Massachusetts Colony, the Public Trust Doctrine is one of the oldest statutes in the country, with roots as ancient as western civilization itself.
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Remove the Plaques
I am disappointed to learn that the Oak Bluffs selectmen lost their moral compass and did not immediately come out in favor of removing the Confederate plaques.
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Time for a Housing Bank
The Island Housing Trust is joining community members and organizations from across the Island in support of the Housing Bank MV.
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Conversation Starter
There’s a lot of naysaying and negativity surrounding the proposed Island-wide housing bank.
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History Lesson
The Board of Trustees of the African American Heritage Trail of Martha’s Vineyard have asked me to write this letter.
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