Gay Head Light Project Will Bypass MVC Review

The Martha’s Vineyard Commission voted unanimously this week not to require review as a development of regional impact. An intensive archeological survey is the next step in the project to relocate the lighthouse.

MVC Subcommittee Recommends Against Review for Gay Head Light Move

A subcommittee of the Martha’s Vineyard Commission will recommend that the Gay Head Light relocation project should not undergo review by the full commission.

MVC Is Next Stop for Gay Head Light

The Gay Head Light relocation project will be referred to the Martha’s Vineyard Commission for possible review as a development of regional impact, the Aquinnah planning board decided this week.

Aquinnah Approved for Gay Head Light Ownership

The town of Aquinnah is one step closer to taking ownership of the Gay Head Light, with the Department of the Interior approving its application to take possession of the endangered lighthouse. The light will be moved sometime next year.

Running to Restore Gay Head Light

Registration is open for the second annual Gay Head 10K road race, A Race Against Time, held Sunday, Oct. 5, at 10 a.m. The race serves as a fundraiser for the ongoing effort to restore and relocate the historic lighthouse.

The 10K will start under the beam of the Gay Head Light, then proceed down the hill past the Aquinnah Cultural Center onto State Road, and onto Moshup Trail, which leads back to the loop at the Cliffs.

Poets Celebrate Gay Head Light

Legacy of Light: Poems for the Gay Head Lighthouse holds a collection of poems submitted by Island and off-Island writers celebrating the lighthouse.

How to Move a Lighthouse? Very Slowly

How do you go about moving a 400-ton lighthouse? Very slowly, according to Joe Jakubik of International Chimney Corporation, the company that hopes to relocate the Gay Head Light in Aquinnah next year.

Art for a Cause at Gay Head Gallery

Gay Head Gallery exhibit, Keep the Lighthouse in Sight, hosts artists' work, casting out into stormy seas. Sales from the exhibit benefit relocation efforts.

Gay Head Light Book Shines Brightly

As part of the Gay Head Light summer solstice celebration, William Waterway will be reading from and signing copies of his new book Gay Head Lighthouse.

Quiet Champion in the Cause to Save an Old Lighthouse

Len Butler has mostly stayed out of politics during his 43 years as a Gay Header. But as Aquinnah convenes its annual town meeting tonight, he stands out as a quiet leader in the ongoing effort to move the Gay Head Light.

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