After Outcry, Trustees Revisit Beach Access on Chappy
The Trustees of Reservations, which owns or manages some 12 miles of public beach from Norton Point to the Cape Pogue elbow, is under pressure on all sides this summer over a new draft management plan
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Trustees Pull Beach Plan After Criticism
Facing widespread public backlash, the Trustees of Reservations have rescinded a recently released draft beach management plan for the Chappaquiddick beaches they own and manage.
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Walking in the Door One Last Time
Cleaning out drawers. This is what retirement comes down to in the end.
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MVC Settles Out of Court With Harbor View Over Spa Expansion
Marking a first in its long history, the Martha’s Vineyard Commission has reached an out-of-court settlement with the Harbor View Hotel by significantly revising a written decision in the case involving a spa expansion project at the hotel.
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MVC Denies Plan for Former Edu-Comp Building
A divided Martha’s Vineyard Commission voted 10-6 late Thursday to deny the redevelopment plan for the former Edu Comp building in Vineyard Haven.
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MVC Set to Vote on Plan for Former Edu Comp Building
After an eight-month review, the Martha’s Vineyard Commission was scheduled to decide Thursday night whether to approve or deny the redevelopment plan in Vineyard Haven.
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Trustees Unveil Draft Management Plan for Chappaquiddick
Altered routes for over-sand vehicles and restrictive new dog policies are among changes in the offing for Chappaquiddick beaches owned and managed by the Trustees of Reservations.
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Vineyard Celebrates the Fourth in Festive Style
Martha’s Vineyard marked the national holiday Monday with parades large and small, in a return to well-loved traditions.
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Field Club Pleads Guilty in Drowning Death of Child
The Boathouse and Field Club, a private, members-only club in Katama, pleaded guilty before a superior court judge last Friday to involuntary corporate manslaughter, taking criminal responsibility for the drowning death of a three-year-old boy last summer in the club’s pool.
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FEMA Awards $10 Million for East Chop Bluff Project
The long-planned project to re-engineer the East Chop bluff got a major boost with an announcement by the Federal Emergency Management Agency that it has awarded $10 million to the town.
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