Court House Road a Historic Way Worthy of the Name
Gifford’s Store, as most persons of mature age would call it, still stands on the West Tisbury-Edgartown road, which highway developed from the ancient Mill Path, whereby Edgartown settlers walked or rode to the mill on the Mill River, to have their corn ground.
 
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Writing the Book on Protecting Rural Roads

A committee is preparing for a new phase in the mission to protect and in some cases restore the rural character of Island roads. Planners from McCormick Taylor, a consulting and engineering firm, and Lardner/Klein Landscape Architects, will help develop a manual.

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Rural Roads on Vineyard to be Preserved, Protected
It was a unanimous vote by the Martha's Vineyard Commission to create a manual to preserve the Island roadscapes.
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Saving Rural Roads: One-Man Mission Turns to Islandwide Effort
A Vineyard Haven resident pitches a plan to Island selectmen to develop a rural roads manual. Other places have done it successfully, including Nantucket.
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