Edgartown Looks to Support Energy Savings Coalition
The Edgartown select board was briefed Monday on potential energy savings by participating in the Community First Partnership sponsored by Mass Save.
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Edgartown Looks to Go Green
Edgartown is well on its way to becoming a state-recognized “green community,” thanks to the work of the energy committee chaired by Alan Straher.
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Trustees Seek Feedback on Updated Beach Management Plan
Following the widespread backlash and subsequent withdrawal of their earlier beach management plan for Chappaquiddick, the Trustees of Reservations has begun gathering feedback to create an updated plan.
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Edgartown Hires Local Building Inspector
The Edgartown select board appointed Stephen Kelly to the position of local building inspector, reporting to building commissioner Reade Milne.
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Edgartown Select Board Approves Chappy Ferry Resilience Project Contract
The project will include raising the ferry’s ramp six inches and conducting engineering assessments of the Chappy Point parking lot, the Chappy Ferry landings and the abutting portions of Dock and Daggett streets.
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Memorial Wharf Restoration Committee Sets Sights on North Wharf
Pleased with the work of the Memorial Wharf Committee, the Edgartown select board has voted to extend the committee's reach and set its sights on the eventual restoration of North Wharf.
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Katama Boat Launch Renovation Set for Fall Start
The Katama boat landing reconstruction project took a step forward on Monday with the Edgartown select board approval of a contract to get work started in the fall.
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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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