MVC Extends Deadline to Replace Cape Cod Five Modular Building

The Martha’s Vineyard Commission last week plowed through a wide-ranging agenda that included a proposed historic house demolition.

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MVC Aims to Combat Nitrogen Issues With Stricter Water Quality Policies

The Martha’s Vineyard Commission is revising its 2007 water quality policy, with an eye toward stricter rules for developments that contribute nitrogen to saltwater ponds from wastewater.

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Chilmark Subdivisions Come Before MVC

The Martha’s Vineyard Commission last week moved forward on a four-lot subdivision off Middle Line Road in Chilmark.

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Commission Will Review Santander Bank Roof Work

The Martha’s Vineyard Commission voted unanimously Thursday to review the replacement of a Spanish tile roof on the historic Stone Bank in Vineyard Haven.

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Santander Bank Roof Work Under Scrutiny

After getting a new roof last year, the stone bank in Vineyard Haven that dates to the early 20th century may need to go back to its old look. The commission will decide whether to review the project.

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MVC Wraps Up Year, Approving Business Expansions

At its last meeting of the year, the Martha’s Vineyard Commission breezed through three deliberations on commercial DRI proposals.

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Commission Clears Wavelengths Building for Completion

The Martha’s Vineyard Commission has agreed to pardon a series of unapproved changes to the Wavelengths hair salon building in Edgartown.

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Oak Bluffs Appointment to MVC Stalls

Oak Bluffs selectmen again postponed a decision about their appointment to the Martha’s Vineyard Commission after lengthy discussion Tuesday.

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Survey Highlights Need for Year-Round Rental Housing

A Martha’s Vineyard Commission survey confirms a stark contrast between the needs of renters and homeowners on the Island.

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Fate of Historic Oak Bluffs Cottage to Be Decided

The fate of a historic cottage near the Oak Buffs Library will likely be decided early next year. The owner of the 650-square foot summer home wants to tear it down.

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