MVC Denies Plan to Reduce Workforce Housing in Former Lampost Building
The commission vote was unanimous to deny a request to reduce the number of workforce housing units in the downtown building. The critical need for worker housing was cited.
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Climate Action Week Looks to Educate, Empower
Climate Action Week, a series of events put on by the Martha’s Vineyard Commission, looks to engage Islanders in planning for the effects of climate change.
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Film Society Presents Spectrum Film Festival
There are seven films on this year’s Spectrum Film Festival, ranging from hard-hitting documentaries to light hearted romantic comedies.
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Hearing Opens on New Marijuana Dispensary
Two marijuana dispensaries — one new, the other exisiting — were topics for discussion at the Martha’s Vineyard Commission late last week.
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Mosaic Teaches Art of Compassion
The first day back to school after spring break is usually not a cause for celebration as students and teachers lament the end of vacation.
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Housing Bank Approved; Heads to State Legislature for Next Steps
Chilmark became the fourth town to approve the Island-wide housing bank at the ballot box Wednesday, paving the way for the home rule petition to move on to the state legislature.
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Election Day in Chilmark Puts Housing Bank Center Stage
Chilmark voters head to the polls today to cast their ballots for the proposed housing bank initiative, along with 15 town positions up for re-election but only one contested race.
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Chilmark Approves Housing Bank Article at Town Meeting
The proposed Island-wide housing bank took another step forward when Chilmark became the fifth town to give it a thumbs up at its annual town meeting Monday night.
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MV Salads Owner Plans New Store In Heart of Edgartown
The distinctive Greek revival building at 15 Church Street in Edgartown that was formerly the office of Mindoro Real Estate will soon host a new business.
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Housing Bank Question Comes Before Chilmark Voters Tonight
A sketch for an affordable housing project, money to replace a failed generator at the Chilmark School and the housing bank question are all in front of Chilmark voters at their annual town meeting Monday. The meeting begins at 7 p.m. in the Community Center.
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