Edgartown selectmen

Edgartown Awarded $1 Million for Memorial Wharf Project

The Memorial Wharf project was awarded $1 million in state grant money Wednesday, as part of $4 million handed out by the Seaport Economic Council.

Edgartown Sets Hearing Date for Cape Pogue Ban

Edgartown selectmen set Feb. 23 at four p.m. for an informal public hearing on a proposed anchoring ban in Cape Pogue this summer.

MVC Energy Policy Sparks Questions in Edgartown Over Control of the Grid

The Martha’s Vineyard Commission aired its new energy policy in front of the Edgartown selectmen Monday.

Edgartown Lowers Speed Limit on Clevelandtown Road

Edgartown selectmen sped through their meeting Monday, but slowed down Clevelandtown Road, lowering the speed limit on the paved byway from 30 to 25 miles per hour after neighbors expressed concerns about its use.

Opting for Change, Edgartown Appoints Ted Rosbeck to the MVC

In a surprise change of guard, the Edgartown selectmen unanimously appointed Island builder Ted Rosbeck to the Martha’s Vineyard Commission Monday.

Edgartown Launches New Website, Opens Oyster Season

Edgartown went to the sea and the cloud on Monday, launching a new website and setting dates for the commercial oyster season at its selectmen’s meeting.

Edgartown Selectmen Agree to Allow Small Conservation Property at Katama

Selectmen conditionally approved a conservation restriction on a 10-acre parcel at 35 Tower Hill Road in Katama, received a green light from the state on the town tax rate and formally accepted an award for the town’s water department in a busy meeting Monday.

Critic of VTA Bus Charging Station Presses Selectmen to Halt Project

Jane Chittick, the Edgartown historic district neighbor who opposes the plan to install electric bus chargers at the VTA Church street stop, presented her lengthy research at the selectmen’s meeting Monday.

Edgartown Selectmen Bristle at Proposed Triangle Pot Shop

Edgartown selectmen presented a united front against the town’s first proposed recreational marijuana establishment Monday.

Edgartown Selectmen Issue Stern Warning to Backyard Taco After Covid Safety Violations

Meeting Tuesday, selectmen stopped short of issuing penalties against the popular Edgartown taqueria for violating state and local Covid-19 social distancing guidelines, mask use regulations and liquor license rules.