Nine Run for Nine Seats on Martha's Vineyard Commission
Noah Asimow
There are no contested seats this year on the MVC, with nine incumbents running for nine seats. Founded in 1974, the commission is a unique regional planning agency.
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MVC, SSA Open Talks About Ferry Traffic
Noah Asimow

Amid heightened concern from Island residents about summer vehicle congestion, the Martha’s Vineyard Commission hosted a wide-ranging discussion with Steamship Authority leaders late last week.

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Sheriff's Tower Wins Commission Approval
Landry Harlan

A plan by the Dukes County sheriff to build a 140-foot emergency services tower in Oak Bluffs won unanimous approval from the Martha’s Vineyard Commission Thursday night.

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More Cars Equals Less Island Charm
Richard Knabel
News that the Steamship Authority carried a record number of vehicles may be welcome news to management but not to everyone else.
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Commission Passes on Winnetu Review
Noah Asimow

After hearing a brief presentation, the Martha’s Vineyard Commission voted last week to not review an expansion the Katama hotel and spa owned by Mark Snider.

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MVC Approves Changes for Stop & Shop Expansion
Landry Harlan

A major expansion of the Stop & Shop Store in Edgartown is closer to reality after a vote by the commission to approve revised architectural plans.

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Getting to Know Mark London Through His Love of Music
Mark Alan Lovewell
As executive director of the Martha’s Vineyard Commission, Mark London’s reach extended beyond the Olde Stone Building.
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Former Martha's Vineyard Commission Director Mark London Dies
Julia Wells

The retired MVC executive director died Saturday night, after battling cancer.

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MVC Buys House for Executive Director
Landry Harlan

The Martha’s Vineyard Commission bought an Oak Bluffs property last week that will be the new home for its executive director Adam Turner.

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VTA Pilots Transport for Seniors to Medical Appointments on Cape
Landry Harlan

A new service starting this fall will give seniors and people with disabilities an affordable way to get to medical appointments on the Cape.

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