The Yard Switches Up Its Renovation Plan

A proposal by The Yard to modify a major 2019 renovation plan will not require a new public hearing, the Martha's Vineyard Commission decided after reviewing changes to the dance nonprofit's earlier renovation plan.

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Neighbors Object to Oak Bluffs Inn Proposal

Neighbors took issue with a plan to build a three-story, four-room inn on a vacant lot at 14 Narragansett avenue in Oak Bluffs during a public hearing Thursday.

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MVC Airs Plan For North Bluff Roundabout

A sweeping new design for parking and traffic flow at the North Bluff bulkhead on Oak Bluffs harbor had its first airing Thursday before the full Martha’s Vineyard Commission.

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Lagoon Pond Neighbors Oppose Marina Expansion

In a wide-ranging meeting, the Martha’s Vineyard Commission listened to public comment and continued hearings on a slate of proposed projects, including the Safe Harbor Marinas expansion plan.

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MVC Sued Over Denial of West Chop House Demolition

The Martha’s Vineyard Commission was hit with another lawsuit this week, this time from the owners of a historic West Chop house.

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East Chop House Demolition Denied by MVC

The owners of a 147-year-old East Chop home had their demolition application denied by the Martha’s Vineyard Commission Thursday night.

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MVC Sued in Decision Over Former Lampost Building

The owner of the former Lampost building in Oak Bluffs went to court against the Martha’s Vineyard Commission late last week.

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MVC Hears Plans for Meshacket Commons Housing Development

The Martha’s Vineyard Commission opened a public hearing on the the first major affordable housing project planned in decades for the town of Edgartown.

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Wind Farms’ Helicopter Hangar, Undersea Cable Approved by MVC

Two offshore wind farms planned for waters south of Vineyard cleared key hurdles last week when the Martha’s Vineyard Commission voted to approve a helicopter hangar for Vineyard Wind 1, and separately, an undersea cable connector for New England Wind 1.

Both projects are being developed by conglomerates that have secured federal lease blocks some 15 miles south of Martha’s Vineyard, as the race to develop offshore wind power heats up in Massachusetts.

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Windfarm Maintenance Facility Wins Approval in Vineyard Haven

A project from Vineyard Wind to build a maintenance and operations facility in Vineyard Haven to support its proposed wind farm 15 miles south of the Island took a step forward on August 25.

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