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The Martha’s Vineyard Commission held its eighth and final public hearing Thursday night before a packed audience. A decision is expected in June.
The blog is important so we can learn from one another,” Ms. Burton said. “What did you have to give up? Coffee? Did that make you crabby for a few days? Tell us about it!
This is the first online petition on the Island and it really just shows the power of being able to give people a voice to say what they really want to say...It’s caught fire, not just on the Island, but also on the Cape and all over the world.
Massachusetts Cultural Council and Tisbury officials toured downtown Vineyard Haven Thursday to consider the application.
In an 8-2 vote, the Martha’s Vineyard Commission approved a plan to add apartments to the Post Office Square complex.
Passover is a New Year when we start afresh and everything is clean and new. Once we finish cleaning and turning over our kitchens, we are ready to prepare the Seder meal which is a meal of both celebration and remembrance.
You don’t think there’s any rats in town hall?' Mr. Norton quipped. 'We should put it to a vote,' he said to a round of laughs and applause from voters.
Critics Thursday told the Martha’s Vineyard Commission the addition of 10 apartments in Post Office Square would exacerbate parking and traffic issues.
Voters will be asked to take on a full menu of spending items, on an agenda not expected to generate much debate.
In the works, Mr. Carleton said, is a collaboration with Vineyard Haven chocolatier Not Your Sugar Mamas to create a rich chocolate stout, as well as Martha’s Vineyard Honey Company, to create a light and sweet, but not too sweet, honey-infused beer.
Edgartown said the project, now before the MVC, can best be handled by town boards.
The money is the first to trickle out in the long running town feud.
Construction is expected to be complete by June 2015.
Fours hours down the regulatory road, Martha’s Vineyard Commission made little progress.
Edgartown selectmen approved the second phase of a three part dredge project to nourish Fuller Street Beach.
Following Tisbury’s creation of a new design for the town’s municipal parking lot, the supermarket company will press its plans for a newer, larger store.
Through a series of trusts, the Hall family owns more than $40 million worth of Vineyard property, including residential, commercial and land.
Deer carcases, syringes, and abandoned boats have defaced several Edgartown water accesses, selectmen learned Monday.
The dumptique is the Island’s best kept secret.
As the town prepares to seek proposals to build a new Katama hangar, assessors are eager to change the way the property will be taxed.