To the Editor: This is a copy of a letter to the Martha’s Vineyard Commission. We are led to believe that we either have to live with the existing shabby Stop & Shop store, or accept a new building which most Vineyarders feel is inappropriate for that site. There is, however, a practical solution which […]
Facing staunch opposition and uncertainty at the Martha’s Vineyard Commission, Stop & Shop withdrew from the permitting process.
The Martha’s Vineyard Commission held its eighth and final public hearing Thursday night before a packed audience. A decision is expected in June.
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.
To the Editor: I am the co-chairman of the Tisbury planning board and a member of the Municipal Parking Lot Committee, but this is a submission of my own. It includes references to planning board and parking lot committee policies, which I have attempted to represent accurately. Any errors or misstatements are my responsibility. I […]
To the Editor: First, go down to the Tisbury Stop & Shop and look at the height pole set up for us all to see. This took them over three months to erect after numerous promises. Now imagine that height extending from Water Street to Cromwell Lane. Then from the parking lot along Water Street […]
To the Editor: This letter concerns the plan before the Martha’s Vineyard Commission (MVC) for the redevelopment and expansion of the Vineyard Haven Stop & Shop. First, there is no question that a new store is very desirable. However, there are serious issues with that location. I would like to first address MVC precedent. In […]
Selectmen on Tuesday approved a draft agreement that outlines a broad compensation package and conditions, under which the Vineyard Haven market expansion would proceed.
Fours hours down the regulatory road, Martha’s Vineyard Commission made little progress.
The Martha’s Vineyard Commission wants to hear more about plans for traffic and parking.