Contract Signed, New Airport Director Begins Work June 10
Noah Asimow

Cindi Martin, who was offered the director position a month ago, has accepted a three-year contract, airport commission chairman Robert Rosenbaum confirmed.

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Airport Chooses New Director Pending Contract
Landry Harlan

Amid internal turmoil, the Martha’s Vineyard Airport commission took steps to hire a new airport director this week.

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Vineyard Business Park Is Reaching Its Potential Under New Leadership
Julie Dulude
Once a wasteland of mismanagement and neglect, the airport business park — under new leadership — is shaping up and filling up. And, with plans to polish the park’s image already under way, the business park will prove an appropriate addition to the much anticipated new terminal complex.
 
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Airport Management Plan Approved
Julie Dulude
After a good 45 minutes of arguing over semantics, the Martha’s Vineyard Airport Commission last week approved a plan by county manager Carol Borer to provide administrative assistance and staff support to the Martha’s Vineyard Airport Commission and the airport manager.
 
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Airport Commissioners Move To Develop Business District
Andrew J. Shanley
Six years after a master plan was commissioned for the Martha’s Vineyard Airport in an attempt to make an asset from an eyesore, significant changes are beginning to take shape.
 
The first tenant in a new 63-acre airport business park off Barnes Road is already on the site and, when utility lines are put in place sometime in the year ahead, other businesses are expected to move in rapidly.
 
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Three-Day Shutdown Planned for Airport Runway During Repaving
Landry Harlan

No planes will be able to land or take off from the Martha’s Vineyard Airport beginning Tuesday and running through Thursday due to runway repaving, airport officials confirmed on Monday.

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In Mild Winter, Runway Repaving Stays on Schedule at Airport
Landry Harlan
A $10 million project to repave the main runway at the Martha’s Vineyard Airport has been under way since January.
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Short on Cash, Airport Asks the County for Loan
Landry Harlan

Cash-strapped due to unbudgeted expenses for the work to clean up contamination in private wells, airport officials are seeking a loan from the county.

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Airport Expansion Sees Public Backlash
Landry Harlan

An early-stage plan to significantly expand the Martha’s Vineyard Airport saw backlash from Island residents at a public hearing Thursday.

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Airport Expert Says Private Well Testing Will Continue
Landry Harlan

Investigation into the contamination of private wells from firefighting foam remains ongoing, a consultant for the Martha’s Vineyard Airport said.

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