Louisa Hufstader
Greg Pachico formally accepted the job of West Tisbury’s first full-time fire chief, after the select board offered him a $120,000 salary during Wednesday night’s regular board meeting on Zoom.
West Tisbury select board
Louisa Hufstader
A divided West Tisbury select board voted last week to display the Progress flag over town hall and outside the library during June, which is celebrated internationally as Pride Month.
West Tisbury select board
Noah Asimow
West Tisbury selectmen will continue to require masks in public buildings but opted against mandating vaccinations for town employees after a contingent of senior citizens raised concerns about the town’s Covid policies this week.
West Tisbury select board
Noah Asimow
Concerned about the shuttered state of Alley’s General Store, the West Tisbury select board said this week it will invite spokesmen for the Vineyard Trust to appear at next week’s meeting.
Alley's General Store
Vineyard Trust
West Tisbury select board

2022

Plans to install two inductive electric bus chargers on Music street in West Tisbury hit a snag last week, after the town select board pushed back on a proposed location change.
West Tisbury town holiday party will take place Dec. 8 at the Agricultural Hall from 5 to 7 p.m.
To define how West Tisbury responds to increased calls for commercial use, the select board appointed a zoning change advisory committee with a mandate to advise the planning board on zoning regulation changes regarding food trucks and commercial sales in the town's rural and village districts.
A West Tisbury woman's quest to auction off her late husband's fishing gear became tangled in an ongoing dispute between the town and the Vineyard Preservation Trust.
West Tisbury’s three principal governing boards agreed Wednesday that the town needs a zoning bylaw update that clearly states the rules for food trucks and retail sales at special events on private property.
Howes House in West Tisbury, home base for the Up-Island Council on Aging, would be a better place for old folks if it also served younger people, West Tisbury resident Susan Silk told the town select board on August 17.

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