DEP Expert Fields Questions on Water Contamination
Landry Harlan

At a packed meeting of the Martha’s Vineyard Airport Commission Thursday, a spokesman for the state Department of Environmental Protection gave an update on the discovery of chemical contamination in groundwater near the airport.

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Airport Hosts Meeting With DEP Expert
Landry Harlan

An expert from the state Department of Environmental Protection will discuss the recent discovery of groundwater contamination near the airport at a meeting that begins at 2 p.m. Thursday in the West Tisbury public safety building.

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Airport Commission Approves a Preliminary Budget
Landry Harlan

The Martha’s Vineyard Airport Commission voted this week to approve a preliminary $5.5 million FY20 airport operating budget, up roughly six per cent.

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Airport Commission Reduces Wastewater Fees
Landry Harlan

In a reversal, the Martha’s Vineyard Airport commission voted this week to lower wastewater fees for business park tenants.

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Legal Dispute Lingers Between Airport, Gas Station Owner
Jane Seagrave
After more than a year without a commercial car wash, Islanders can look forward to the reopening of the airport service station under new ownership. But a convoluted legal dispute is still mired in court.
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Automated Parking at Airport Sees Some Turbulence
Landry Harlan

The change to a new automated parking system at the Martha’s Vineyard Airport is off to a rough start, and airport commissioners are unhappy about it.

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County Commission Appoints Airport Members
Steve Myrick

The Dukes County Commission appointed three airport commissioners and approved more than $1 million in airport borrowing this week.

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Laundromat Faces Possible Eviction Over Wastewater Fee Dispute
Landry Harlan

A tenfold increase in wastewater fees is causing friction between the Martha’s Vineyard Airport Commission and airport business park tenants, with Airport Laundromat facing possible eviction.

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As Airport Modernizes Parking System, Envelopes on Windshields Will Go
Landry Harlan

Parking fees at the Martha’s Vineyard Airport will soon see a new automated system in place of the familiar envelope-on-the-windshield system that Islanders have long used.

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Short on Cash, Airport Will Borrow Money
Steve Myrick

Facing a cash flow shortage, the Martha’s Vineyard Airport Commission anticipates borrowing money in the near future to fund operations at the airport.

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