Neighbors File Open Meeting Law Complaint Against MVC
Disgruntled neighbors of the Harbor View Hotel have filed an open meeting law complaint against the Martha’s Vineyard Commission over how it handled a recent settlement with the hotel.
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Holder Discusses Ongoing Battle for Voting Rights at Vineyard Author Series
Former U.S. attorney general Eric Holder spoke with journalist Michele Norris as part of the Martha’s Vineyard Author Series. His new book is called Our Unfinished March.
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Housing Bank Bills Languish as Legislative Session Wanes
With just a handful of days left in the current Massachusetts legislative session, proponents of a statewide mechanism to finance affordable housing acknowledge that the issue is dead on Beacon Hill for this year.
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Island Hosts Def Poetry Reunion Show
Artist Danny Simmons has organized numerous performances across the country and executive produced a television show that ran for six seasons.
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Hearing Opens for Vineyard Wind Helicopter Hangar
A helicopter hangar update that would allow Vineyard Wind to link to its offshore wind farm by air as well as sea opened at public hearing in front of the Martha's Vineyard Commission on Thursday.
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Giving Back With Possible Dreams
Possible Dreams auction host Seth Meyers sees himself as more a sidekick to auctioneer Sherry Truhlar's superhero. Sunday's event raises funds for Martha's Vineyard Community Services.
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Court Denies Neighbors' Bid in Harbor View Expansion
A Superior Court judge denied a bid Wednesday by neighbors of the Harbor View Hotel to invalidate a recent out-of-court settlement that rewrote a Martha’s Vineyard Commission decision approving a spa expansion at the hotel.
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Chilmark Eyes Updates to Staff Structure
Chilmark will undergo a study of its organizational structure to figure out where it is stretched too thin and identify how to adapt to the changing needs of the town.
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Church Street Station Goes Electric With Wireless Chargers
The $2 million project, which broke ground in January and wrapped up in the middle of June, is part of a broader goal to fully electrify the VTA bus fleet by 2028,
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Select Board Alters Affordable Housing Plan
A town-sponsored project to develop 60 units of affordable housing in Oak Bluffs has been reconfigured to protect habitat at the site and could soon be bolstered by a law making its way through Beacon Hill.
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