Martha's Vineyard Commission
With Vineyard coastal ponds at a tipping point, on Thursday this week the Martha’s Vineyard Commission will lead a daylong conference Thursday.
Debate continues over over expansion plans for the Edgartown refuse district transfer station. Neighbors are questioning the large size of the project.
A complicated project to rebuild the Squibnocket shoreline will head to the Martha’s Vineyard Commission for review.
As the North Bluff restoration project in Oak Bluffs comes under fresh public scrutiny, the Martha’s Vineyard Commission asked for more information and better drawings at a public hearing Thursday night.
A $5.6 million project to restore the crumbling North Bluff coastal bank is set to come before the Martha’s Vineyard Commission.
The Martha’s Vineyard Commission approved a complex plan for an automotive garage on High Point Lane, with a long list of conditions.
A major expansion at the Edgartown transfer station had its first public hearing before the Martha’s Vineyard Commission.
The Martha’s Vineyard Commission will decide whether to review a long-planned project to repair the deteriorating North Bluff coastal bank after the Oak Bluffs planning board referred the project to the regional planning and regulatory agency.
Unable to agree on whether a 125-year-old house at the edge of the Edgartown Historic District qualifies as a historic property, the Martha’s Vineyard Commission on Thursday voted narrowly to review a building demolition proposal at 2 Beach street as a development of regional impact (DRI).
Mark London’s to-do list after his last day heading the Martha’s Vineyard Commission includes painting, photography, spending time with his family — and finally applying for American citizenship. In an interview, the outgoing executive director reflects.