Climate Action Plan Says Time Is Now

Local actions alone won't be enough to stem sea level rise and the increasing frequency of major storms.

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Island Elderly Housing Sues MVC Over Plan Approval Conditions

Island Elderly Housing has sued the Martha's Vineyard Commission following the conditional approval early this summer of a small affordable housing development for senior Islanders.

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LUPC Recommends Public Hearing for Edgartown Affordable Housing Project

The scale of a project to develop 40 units of affordable housing in Edgartown led the land use planning subcommittee of the Martha's Vineyard Commission to recommend a public hearing for the plan in front of the full commission.

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Committee Moves Wedding Venue Proposal to MVC

The proposal is to rent out the 9.6-acre property at 371 Edgartown-West Tisbury Road for wedding receptions and ceremonies up to 18 times per year, from late spring through early fall.

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South Mountain Presents Affordable Housing Offset Proposal

The four homes, built to meet conditions of a previous project approval, would come with a range of deed restrictions.

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Hearing Opens for Vineyard Wind Helicopter Hangar

A helicopter hangar update that would allow Vineyard Wind to link to its offshore wind farm by air as well as sea opened at public hearing in front of the Martha's Vineyard Commission on Thursday.

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MVC Settles Out of Court With Harbor View Over Spa Expansion

Marking a first in its long history, the Martha’s Vineyard Commission has reached an out-of-court settlement with the Harbor View Hotel by significantly revising a written decision in the case involving a spa expansion project at the hotel.

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Developer Sues Neighbors Over Driveway Access

Xerxes Agassi has sued his neighbors in Massachusetts Land Court over a disputed driveway easement.

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MVC Denies Plan for Former Edu-Comp Building

A divided Martha’s Vineyard Commission voted 10-6 late Thursday to deny the redevelopment plan for the former Edu Comp building in Vineyard Haven.

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MVC Set to Vote on Plan for Former Edu Comp Building

After an eight-month review, the Martha’s Vineyard Commission was scheduled to decide Thursday night whether to approve or deny the redevelopment plan in Vineyard Haven.

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