Judge Dismisses Aquinnah Ethics Appeal

In a Feb. 5 decision, Judge Mark Hallal dismissed Gary Haley’s attempt to push back on charges that he broke the state’s ethics law when he approved payments for himself for work he had done at Aquinnah Circle. 

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Aquinnah Hires New Building Inspector

The Aquinnah select board voted Wednesday to appoint Adam Petkus as the town’s building inspector.

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Aquinnah Passes High School Budget

After narrowly rejecting the budget last month, Aquinnah voters easily passed the town’s $432,432 portion of the budget 39-2.

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Town Eyes Upgrades to Aquinnah Circle

Aquinnah is considering work to improve the restrooms and water line at Aquinnah Circle, as well as the town hall parking lot.

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Aquinnah Passes Up-Island School Money

Aquinnah voters approved a $110,000 debt exclusion question to fund their share of the Up-Island Regional School District budget at the annual town election Thursday.

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Aquinnah Works to Coordinate Lease Agreements for Cliff Shops

Aquinnah Circle business owners pushed back on a proposed lease agreement at the Aquinnah select board meeting on Tuesday, citing concerns about shop holders’ autonomy.

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Appeal Filed in Decision by State Ethics Commission

Aquinnah select board member Gary Haley, who was cited and fined by the state ethics commission for violating the state conflict of interest law, has appealed the ruling in Suffolk County Superior Court.

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Gary Haley Receives $10,000 Fine for Ethics Violations

Aquinnah select board member Gary Haley has been ordered by the state ethics commission to pay $10,000 in civil penalties for a 2018 violation of state ethics law.

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Aquinnah Considers Mixed-Use Road Concept

The town of Aquinnah will weigh a new road setup south of West Basin Road in the coming months, aiming to create more safety for pedestrians.

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Aquinnah Bolsters ZBA Ranks Ahead of Meeting

In response to a repeat cease and desist offender leading to the Aquinnah zoning board of appeals' first meeting in years, the town's select board appointed two new members Tuesday, rounding out the five-member board.

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