Airport Mobil

Airport Legal Bills on the Rise, Mobil Station Case Leads the Way

Legal spending is on the rise at the Martha’s Vineyard Airport, much of it due to ongoing litigation with the former owner of Airport Mobil.

Legal Dispute Lingers Between Airport, Gas Station Owner

After more than a year without a commercial car wash, Islanders can look forward to the reopening of the airport service station under new ownership. But a convoluted legal dispute is still mired in court.

New Shell Station Easily Wins MVC Approval

The Martha’s Vineyard Commission approved plans for a new fuel station, convenience store and car wash at the airport business park last week.

Airport Commission Backs Plan for New Shell Station

The Martha’s Vineyard Airport Commission this week approved plans for a new gas station, convenience store and car wash.

Judge Orders Escrow Funds Held in Airport Mobil Dispute

The legal battles continue between the Martha’s Vineyard Airport Commission and former Airport Fuel Services owner Michael Rotondo.

Fire Department Responds to Incident at Former Airport Mobil

The Edgartown fire department responded to the site of the former gas station Friday when a fiberglass tank turned hot.

Airport Commission Goes to Court Against Mobil Station

The Martha’s Vineyard Airport Commission has gone to court seeking to freeze the bank accounts of Michael Rotondo.

Airport Mobil Will Shut Down, Ending 20-Year Chapter

After three months of legal battles, the owner of Airport Mobil said he will close the station and car wash at the end of the day Monday, July 17.

Airport Mobil Owner Facing Court-Ordered Eviction

The owner of the Airport Mobil station is facing eviction by the end of the month following another legal setback in court this week.

Eviction Proceeding Begins as Gas Station Lease Dispute Drags On

Eviction proceedings are under way against the owner of Airport Mobil as a lease dispute with the Martha’s Vineyard Airport commission lingers in court.

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