The owners of Eleven North restaurant in Edgartown presented a new plan to allow access for people with disabilities at a meeting of Edgartown selectmen Monday night. An extensive renovation of the former David Ryan’s restaurant in 2012 triggered regulations that require access for people with disabilities. The restaurant operated under a temporary reprieve in […]
A discussion about consolidating the Island’s elementary schools prompted a sharp and negative reaction at the Edgartown selectmen’s meeting.
Dukes County commissioners are exploring a regional purchase of the former Vineyard Nursing Association (VNA) building in Vineyard Haven to house the Martha’s Vineyard Center for Living. County manager Martina Thornton pitched the idea to receptive Edgartown selectmen at their regular Monday meeting. The Center for Living is an Island-wide organization that offers care and […]
On the suggestion of police chief Tony Bettencourt, Edgartown selectmen agreed Monday to give police the authority to check the criminal records of taxi drivers and approve or deny an individual’s license to drive a taxi. The authority to license a company to operate a taxi service will remain with selectmen, but police would assume […]