High School Fields Project Kicks Up More Dust
The $7 million phase one plan by the high school to overhaul its athletic fields — including a 100,000-square-foot artificial turf main field — has been a flashpoint for debate and controversy in the Island community.
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Solar Array on Track in Oak Bluffs
The large-scale solar array is planned for the capped landfill behind the transfer station.
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Townspeople Show Keen Interest in Master Plan
Steve Myrick

Rising sea levels, beach amenities, downtown vitality and affordable housing are among the subjects that top the priority list as Oak Bluffs begins to develop a revised master plan.

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Planning Board Gives Final Approval to Southern Woodlands Development
Steve Myrick

The Oak Bluffs planning board approved an amended special permit to allow development of the subdivision to move forward, with conditions including a $700,000 affordable housing donation.

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MVC Will Decide Whether to Review North Bluff Project
Steve Myrick

The Martha’s Vineyard Commission will decide whether to review a long-planned project to repair the deteriorating North Bluff coastal bank after the Oak Bluffs planning board referred the project to the regional planning and regulatory agency.

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Planning Board Strikes Initial Deal Over Former Kupersmith Property
Heather Hamacek

A hefty contribution to affordable housing and strict limits on nitrogen are the two main elements of a deal struck late last week between the Oak Bluffs planning board and the buyers and sellers of a failed subdivision in the Southern Woodlands.

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