Chilmark Ponders Beach Replenishment Offer
A Chilmark policy of allowing natural erosion to take its course at Squibnocket beach was reconsidered by the select board on Nov 16.
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Chilmark Weighs in on Dock Disputes
The Chilmark select board considered two Menemsha dock disputes on Tuesday evening. The meeting highlighted differing approaches by the town harbormaster and harbor advisory committee to waterways regulations.
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EV Chargers at Chilmark School Get Cautious Support from Select Board
A project to build an electric car charging station in the Chilmark School parking lot got support, and questions, from the select board.
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Chilmark Moves Ahead on Dock Project, Has Questions on Affordable Housing
The Chilmark select board is mulling how to put up its portion of the funds for Menemsha commercial dock improvements, has questions on an affordable housing project, and approved a three-year contract for the fire chief.
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Chilmark Eyes Updates to Staff Structure
Chilmark will undergo a study of its organizational structure to figure out where it is stretched too thin and identify how to adapt to the changing needs of the town.
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Chilmark Approves Bonding for New Fire Station
The select board Tuesday approved a $9 million dollar bond to help pay for the new public safety complex now under construction.
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Chilmark Declines to Allow Pride Flag to Fly
The Chilmark select board voted this week not to widen its narrow flag policy to accommodate a request to fly an LGBTQ flag on town property. The policy is to allow only the American, state and town flags on town property.
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Committee Will Draft RFP for Peaked Hill Pastures Project
A five-member committee was appointed by the Chilmark select board Tuesday to draft a request for proposals for the planned affordable housing project at Peaked Hill Pastures.
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Security Cameras Will Go on Harbor Master Shack for Now
Chilmark voted to install security cameras on the harbor master shack in Menemsha while it forms a committee to figure out the best way to install cameras on the west dock.
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Controversial Pole in Menemsha Comes Down
A 30-foot pole that went up in Menemsha to house security cameras on the west dock has been taken down while the town re-evaluates the project, selectman Warren Doty said.
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