Edgartown Sets New OSV Limits for Chappy

The Edgartown conservation commission Wednesday voted to allow no more than 200 vehicles at a time on the Trustees’ Leland and Wasque parcels, and no more than 30 on the Cape Pogue trails.

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With Summer Near, Trustees Bristle Over Proposed Chappy Limits

This week, The Trustees of Reservations, the nonprofit that manages the 16 miles of Chappy trails, publicly objected to proposed regulations from the Edgartown conservation commission, saying the rules are not aligned with state environment law and instead were formed with local politics in mind.

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No Spa or Pool For Controversial Edgartown Home

Last week, civil engineer Douglas Hoehn told the town’s conservation commission that his client, real estate investor David Malm, will no longer be moving forward with the exercise spa at 81 South Water street.

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Controversial Edgartown Renovation Returns With New Application

The plans for 81 South Water street first drew ire for their ambitious reimagination of the historic property that was once the homestead of former governor Thomas Mayhew.

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Conservation Commission Considers Controversial Renovation

A proposed home renovation on South Water street went before the Edgartown conservation commission Wednesday, prompting concerns about construction in the property’s wetlands and a proposed “exercise spa.”

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Conservation Restriction Placed on 164 Acres in Edgartown

The Edgartown selectmen voted this week to accept a conservation restriction that will be placed on 164 acres of land held by the Kohlberg family.

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Offshore Wind Developer Sues Edgartown Conservation Commission

Park City Wind filed a lawsuit after the town board denied the company’s application to install two offshore wind cables in town waters, potentially threatening the entire project.

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AT&T Files Plan to Replace Silos at Katama Farm

AT&T has submitted a plan to the Edgartown conservation commission to tear down two large silos at Katama Farm and replace them with a single silo that would house a cell tower.

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Conservation Commission Violated Open Meeting Law, State Rules

The state attorney general’s office has ruled that the Edgartown conservation commission violated the Massachusetts Open Meeting Law.

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Conservation Commission Denies Cable for Vineyard Wind

Developers who plan to build the nation’s first industrial-scale offshore wind farm south of Martha’s Vineyard saw their first major setback this week.

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