Updated at 9:50 am, Friday, April 11. At the polls Thursday, Oak Bluffs voters approved a $600,000 Proposition 2.5 override (476-375), said no to a debt exclusion needed to finance a new town hall (389-446)and by the slimmest of margins, said yes to a debt exclusion needed to finance a new fire/EMS station (421-415). In a three […]
‘I love this town,’ Ms. Johnston said after the meeting. ‘It was a very hard thing for me to get up there, but the response was very heartwarming.”
Changes made in harvesting, enforcement procedures, and closure criteria battle a baffling bacterium.
It was a routine morning for Samantha Cooperrider, veterinary technician at My Pet’s Vet in Vineyard Haven — until she sat down at her computer. The screensaver was no longer a Rottweiler puppy with a backpack. It was a cheeky ransom note, informing her, “Your personal files are encrypted!”
This is the first time since during my tenure on the financial committee that we’ve put money into the stabilization fund,” FinCom chairman Steven Auerbach said. “That’s shows we’re on the right track
Townspeople heard what the candidates had to say in a forum organized by the League of Women Voters.
Developer Sam Dunn cleared another major hurdle in the permitting process.
Lyme disease is not the only serious illness transmitted by the nasty pests.
On the advice of counsel, selectmen will hire a private investigator to probe COA finances and Mr. Wey’s management of them.
Diane Streett, a judge from Delaware and an abutter to Sam Dunn’s bowling alley project, retained Ellen Kaplan of Kaplan & Nichols of Edgartown to spearhead opposition to the development, which was approved last week by the Martha’s Vineyard Commission (MVC). Ms. Streett was joined by nine other abutters in opposition. In a letter to […]