Chilmark to Vote on Money for Menemsha Dock Upgrade
Chilmark voters head to a special town meeting tonight, Sept. 26, to vote on a proposed dock upgrade in Menemsha.
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Chilmark Sends Dock Funding to Voters
The next step for the ongoing Menemsha commercial dock replacement will be a special town meeting on Monday, Sept. 26, aiming to appropriate $44,000 in town funding.
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State Seaport Grants Aid Projects in Menemsha, Katama
Committees from Edgartown and Chilmark shuttled up to the state house last week and came back with nearly $300,000 in grant funding for coastal resiliency and climate change planning.
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Sailboat Pulled From Menemsha Beach and Refloated
A 31-foot sailing vessel was pulled from the beach at Menemsha and refloated Thursday morning after it had run aground four days earlier.
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Island Harbors, Marinas Win Awards
Seven Martha's Vineyard boating operations have won 2020 Boater's Choice Awards from Cambridge-based marinas.com.
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Cuttyhunk, Menemsha Harbors Delay Opening As Boating Season Looms
Aaron Wilson
With shipyards prohibited under the state stay-at-home order from launching boats, at least two harbors have delayed opening for the upcoming boating season.
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Sea Scalloper Martha Rose Joins Menemsha Fleet
Will Sennott

The Martha Rose, a 77-foot sea scalloper with a rich history, had her maiden voyage this week as the newest member of the Menemsha fleet.

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Selectmen Interview Two Finalists for Chilmark Harbor Master
Landry Harlan

Two former Coast Guardsman are finalists for the Chilmark harbor master job. Ryan Rossi, 31, of West Tisbury, and Robert Decker, 33, of Oak Bluffs, were both interviewed by selectmen Tuesday night.

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Menemsha Improvements Top Warrant for Special Town Meeting
Landry Harlan
Chilmark voters gather for a special town meeting tonight beginning at 7:30 p.m. at the Community Center. A quorum of 25 voters is needed.
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Chilmark Harbor Master Will Retire
Landry Harlan

Longtime harbor master Dennis Jason will step down before the start of next summer, he told the Chilmark selectmen Tuesday.

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