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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...
Investigation by Oak Bluffs police finds muddled accounting, and the way some funds were handled by Roger Wey will take time to unravel.
The full commission was unanimous in its decision, some calling it a ‘model project.’
Martha’s Vineyard Beach Access Coalition joins burgeoning movement that seeks more balanced approach to plover protection.
The land use planning committee met Monday and voted to endorse the plan. Now it goes to the full committee for a decision.
A spike in education costs will require a budget override vote at annual town meeting
A quip by Linda Sibley about bowling alley developer Sam Dunn raises concerns.
Commission members questioned a sound abatement study, planned use of non-native flora and abutter concerns.
Roger Wey says Quilt Fund money is not under town purview.
The hospitalist program is designed to free up Martha’s Vineyard Hospital primary care docs and improve inpatient care.
A recovering Island addict talks about his almost fatal attraction and his daily quest for redemption.
Selectmen cited a report that raises questions about accounting practices at the Oak Bluffs Council on Aging
Selectmen approved a multi-species tournament that excludes sharks.
Martha’s Vineyard Commission says noise, traffic studies needed.
Organizers would replace the Monster Shark tournament with the Oak Bluffs Challenge.