Edgartown Select Board Approves Derby Dates, New Police Officer
Alex Guest moves from traffic officer to full-time police officer and the derby kicks off just after midnight on Sunday, Sept. 11 and runs through Oct. 15.
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Edgartown Set for Primary Election
Preparations for the Tuesday, Sept. 6 statewide primary elections are set in Edgartown, where the select board approved the warrant for the upcoming state primary election and set the hours for early voting.
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Wharf Is Open, But Tuesday Dock Dances on Hold for Now
The Edgartown select board voted Monday to not allow dock dances at Memorial Wharf, at least for now, after the police chief raised concerns about his ability to provide coverage given short staffing this summer.
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Edgartown Hears Update on Meshacket Housing Project
Energy-efficient designs that fit the Island’s architectural character are the focal point of the plan for the Meshacket Road affordable housing development, the Edgartown select board heard in an update Monday.
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Edgartown Eyes Its Future, as Master Plan Takes Shape
Open space, climate resilience, historic preservation, harbor access and affordable housing: these are the pillars of the Edgartown master plan, now midway through a public process that began this past winter. The town will hold a series of public engagement sessions in the coming weeks.
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Edgartown Set to Open Commercial Softshell Clam Season
The commercial softshell clam season will open in Edgartown Great Pond in early June, following a vote by the select board Monday.
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Anchor Ban Will Continue in Cape Pogue Pond
A moratorium on anchoring in Cape Pogue Pond will continue this summer after a vote by the Edgartown select board Monday.
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Edgartown Renews Taxi Licenses
MV Taxi, Stagecoach and Adam Cab all saw their licenses renewed at a meeting of the select board Monday.
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Town Bar & Grill Required to Curtail Serving Hours
Town Bar & Grill in Edgartown will be required to close an hour early until at least August 1 after multiple incidents where police were called to the Upper Main street establishment.
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Affordable Lot on Chappaquiddick Goes to an Island Teacher
Carrie Caldwell, a fifth grade teacher at the Tisbury School, has moved around the Island 10 times in the last six months. Her next move will be her last, after she won a lottery for land on Chappaquiddick.
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