The Vineyard Gazette
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Camp Meeting History
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Martha's Vineyard Camp Meeting Association

2022

The Martha's Vineyard Camp Meeting Association has withdrawn both of the lawsuits it filed against Oak Bluffs this summer in response to town board decisions approving a planned roof replacement and 1,300 square-foot addition to the Tabernacle.
Members of a newly formed leaseholders’ coalition want a change in Camp Meeting Association leadership and a vote in how the Camp Ground is managed. But the group is facing an uphill battle against more than a century and a half of past practice.
The Martha's Vineyard Camp Meeting Association has sued the town of Oak Bluffs for the second time this summer, seeking to reverse conditions imposed in the approval of a special permit for the construction of an auxiliary structure at the Camp Ground Tabernacle.
On May 15, 2021 the citizens of Oak Bluffs gave the Martha's Vineyard Camp Meeting Association $315,000 to help fix the roof on the Tabernacle.
Martha’s Vineyard Camp Meeting Association leaseholders have begun to question the direction of the community’s board members, including a recent decision to sue the Oak Bluffs Planning Board.
The Martha’s Vineyard Camp Meeting Association has sued the Oak Bluffs planning board, seeking to reverse a set of conditions the board attached to the recent approval of a building addition and roof replacement at the Tabernacle.

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