West Tisbury voters overwhelmingly approved a new expense and revenue agreement for Tri Town Ambulance, and stood to honor the memory of their late selectman Kent Healy at a brief special town meeting Tuesday night.
Three regional cost-sharing agreements account for the lion’s share of fiscal business coming before West Tisbury voters at a special town meeting Tuesday. The meeting begins at 7 p.m. in the school gymnasium.
A new expense and revenue formula for Tri Town Ambulance, an additional $322,000 for the school roof and an inter-municipal agreement for HVAC at Chilmark School are the chief warrant items.


Meeting at the Tabernacle, voters strongly backed an ambitious climate change initiative and agreed to take the first steps toward a bike path along Old County Road.
A tax on recreational marijuana sales and a nonbinding resolution to make the Vineyard 100 per cent renewable by 2040 are among the articles on the warrant Tuesday.


High school spending will again be the focus of three special town meetings next week, and while the school year is winding down, scrutiny of school finances is showing no sign of letup.