Tisbury Extends Search for MVC Applicants
With perennial town volunteers David Ferraguzi and Elaine Miller vying for appointment to the Martha’s Vineyard Commission, the select board declined to appoint either one.
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Former Tisbury Police Intern Sues Town, Sergeant
A former intern with the Tisbury police department has sued the town and a police sergeant for allegedly interfering with her efforts to be hired as a police officer.
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Temporary School Rooms Will Cost $3.4 Million
The town of Tisbury is partnering with a regional council in Texas to lease modular classrooms for use while the Tisbury School building project is under way.
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Tisbury Will Place Housing Bank on Warrant
The Tisbury select board voted Wednesday to place the housing bank article on the annual town meeting warrant, joining Aquinnah and Chilmark in agreeing to bring the question to voters next spring.
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Tisbury Appoints Chris Habekost as Permanent Police Chief
Praised for his leadership, interim Tisbury police chief Christopher Habekost was named permanent chief by the town select board.
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Shellfish Farming Expands in Vineyard Haven
Oyster farmer Greg Martino won the Tisbury select board’s approval for a one-acre shellfish farm in Lagoon Pond this week, bringing to three the number of aquaculture licenses in town.
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After Glowing Review, Tisbury Renews Town Administrator’s Contract
Tisbury town administrator Jay Grande sailed through a speedy performance review and contract renewal Monday afternoon.
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Tisbury Reshuffles Sewer Advisory Board
A divided Tisbury select board voted this week to appoint two new members to the town’s sewer advisory board, along with four existing members — but not longstanding representative John Best, whose request was denied.
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Tisbury Renews Objections to Eversource Spraying
The Tisbury town administrator pressed his select board this week to take a tough stance against the ongoing practice by Eversource of spraying herbicides beneath power line rights of way.
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Tisbury Conditionally Approves Downtown Sewer Flow Increases

With the town sewer plant near capacity, two Island developers received conditional approval from the Tisbury select board Tuesday for additional wastewater flow at their proposed project sites downtown.

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