Oak Bluffs Names Deborah Potter New Town Administrator
The Oak Bluffs select board named town accountant Deborah Potter as their new town administrator Tuesday, after reviewing candidates both internal and external during an extended two-day interview process this week.
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Emma Green-Beach, Jason Balboni Top Select Board Race in Oak Bluffs
Political newcomer Emma Green-Beach and incumbent Jason Balboni were elected to the Oak Bluffs select board Thursday.
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Oak Bluffs Selectmen Clear the Way for Summer Outdoor Dining Again
Outdoor dining is slated to return in Oak Bluffs this summer.
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Three Candidates Vie for Two Seats in Oak Bluffs
One-term incumbent Jason Balboni faces challenges from political newcomer Emma Green-Beach and former airport commissioner Rich Michelson.
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Town Will Seek Damages Against Tree Cutter
The Oak Bluffs selectmen will seek damages in small claims court against a Northborough man who cut down a tree in Ocean Park on New Year’s Day without permission.
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Oak Bluffs Will Recruit New Town Administrator
Selectmen agreed this week to contract with the University of Massachusetts Boston Collins Center for Public Management to lead the search.
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Bluewater Classic Set to Return
The fishing tournament is set to return to the Oak Bluffs harbor this summer July 13-18.
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Oak Bluffs Makes Surprise Change in MVC Appointment
Aaron Wilson
Oak Bluffs selectmen passed over long-serving board member Gail Barmakian for reappointment to the Martha’s Vineyard Commission Tuesday, voting instead to appoint selectman Brian Packish.
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The Ritz Cafe Will Close for Winter
Aaron Wilson
A mainstay Martha’s Vineyard nightspot year round, the Ritz Cafe will shutter effective Jan. 1, with plans to reopen March 9, following approval from the Oak Bluffs selectmen Tuesday.
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Two Oak Bluffs Restaurants Shift Gears for the Winter
Aaron Wilson
Two downtown restaurants in Oak Bluffs won approval from the Oak Bluffs selectmen this week to make changes for the winter, with one closing until spring and another adopting shortened hours of operation until January.
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