Chilmark Eyes Green Community Status
Landry Harlan

Chilmark will take steps apply to become a green community under the Massachusetts Green Communities Act.

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Chilmark Backs Better Retirement Benefits for Paramedics
Landry Harlan

Chilmark selectmen agreed this week to upgrade the retirement policy for Tri-Town Ambulance paramedics.

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Sparks Fly Over Menemsha Fuel and Water Considerations
Landry Harlan

A dispute over use and control of the Menemsha fuel dock was resolved amid testy exchanges at the Chilmark selectmen’s meeting Tuesday.

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Chilmark Fire Station Plan Inches Forward
Landry Harlan

A new Chilmark fire station inched a little closer to reality last week when selectmen reviewed a preliminary site design that they said could work.

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Town Leaders Eye Summer Spruce-Up for Menemsha
Landry Harlan

Rotted pilings, electrical wires and missing signs were a few of the items pointed out by town leaders during their spring tour of Menemsha harbor.

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Chilmark Selectmen Air Concerns About Oak Bluffs Health Plan
Landry Harlan

Chilmark selectmen are voicing concerns about a new health insurance opt-out program for Oak Bluffs town employees.

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Chilmark Harbor Master Will Retire
Landry Harlan

Longtime harbor master Dennis Jason will step down before the start of next summer, he told the Chilmark selectmen Tuesday.

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Chilmark Eyes Town Center for New Fire Station
Landry Harlan

Chilmark’s long search for a suitable spot to build a new town fire station could well end up back where it began: where the town hall and firehouse sit side by side.

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Chilmark Selectmen Agree to Big Raise for Town Fire Chief

Chilmark selectmen voted Tuesday to change the job description for town fire chief David Norton. Mr. Norton will now be paid a salary of $65,000; previously the chief received a $37,370 annual stipend.

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Town Awards Bid for Squibnocket Beach Work

Chilmark selectmen have chosen West Tisbury contractor John Keene to create a new beach as part of the town’s portion of the Squibnocket Beach project.

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