Yearly Archives: 2012
Attorney Arthur Bergeron outlined home protection strategies for estate planning in the first of three free legal clinics he will present this spring.
The Mass Casualty Incident drill is scheduled for Sunday and will involve emergency responders from around the Island.
In a letter and apology to the town, Norman Rankow offers to cover the legal and other costs of an unpermitted side project.
The Massachusetts Land Court has ruled in favor of Edgartown in a dispute over a town board's decision to permit a new restaurant on South Water Street.
In an unusual move, the Edgartown selectmen's meeting room has been transformed into a proxy for a Dukes County Superior Court courtroom, to accommodate a civil trial now underway between a pilot and his passengers and the Cessna Aircraft Company.
Oak Bluffs selectmen approved an 18-article annual town meeting warrant, and a seven-article special town meeting warrant at their Tuesday meeting.
The Tisbury selectman's race between candidates Tom Pachico, a former selectman, and Jonathan Snyder, vice chairman of the finance and advisory committee (FinCom), is the only contest in the town elections on Tuesday, April 24.
Tisbury selectmen will approve the town's tax rate and amount of excess levy capacity at a hearing on March 19.
The Edgartown zoning board of approval (ZBA) granted conditional approval for a new downtown restaurant and the expansion of a cafe at its March 7 meeting.