Eviction Proceeding Begins as Gas Station Lease Dispute Drags On

Eviction proceedings are under way against the owner of Airport Mobil as a lease dispute with the Martha’s Vineyard Airport commission lingers in court.

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Airport Will Regulate Ride-Sharing Services

Ride-sharing services such as Lyft and Uber will soon be required to pay fees to operate at the Martha’s Vineyard Airport.

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County and Airport Solve Rent Dispute
James Kinsella

A long-running rent dispute between Dukes County and the Martha's Vineyard Airport dissolved Wednesday in an amicable resolution.

Airport commissioners used a letter prepared by fellow commissioner and county commission chairman John S. Alley as a blueprint to spell out when and where rent would be paid by the county or its agencies, and where the county would use airport property essentially rent-free.

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Comcast Plans to Shift Its Office to Airport Park

Comcast announced this week that it will relocate its Island customer service center from Vineyard Haven to a larger, more centrally located office at the airport business park on Dec. 17.

The new facility at 19 East Line Road will offer customers additional parking and a larger and more comfortable lobby area than Comcast’s current location on State Road in Vineyard Haven. The center will feature the full range of Comcast’s products and also will serve as home base for the company’s on-Island technical staff.

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Big Sky Too Big? MVC Wrestles With West Tisbury Light Industry
Peter Brannen

Where Island businesses and Island residents meet in West Tisbury, friction has followed.

On Thursday night a public hearing continued at the Martha’s Vineyard Commission on Big Sky Tents to determine whether their proposed facility in the West Tisbury light-industrial district is an appropriate use of a property that abuts a residential zone and makes use of an ancient way.

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