Tag Archives: Edgartown

June License Plate Report

Woo woo! June was the best month ever in recent memory for the license plate game: nine new sightings. Consulting maps back to 2011, I find a high of six and a low of three. Nine beats ’em all, and they … Continue reading

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Jury Duty

Ordinarily I arrange my day to suit myself. Being summonsed for jury duty means arranging it to suit someone else. Lately I’ve been writing first, then going for a walk with Travvy, then turning on the computer, answering email, and … Continue reading

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Town Lines

It just dawned on me that here it is only Wednesday and I’ve already been in five of the six island towns. This is unusual. West Tisbury is a no-brainer: I live in it. I do most of my grocery … Continue reading

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Dull Day

Warning: This post contains no photos. Nothing much happens in it either. And on top of that, it’s two days late. O brave ones, read on . . . Monday morning I awoke, as usual, a bit before six. Also … Continue reading

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This Hope Thing

Sorry for the prolonged silence. The jerk who schedules my jobs booked me for two “crashes” — that’s publishing lingo for super-rushes — both of which had to be done yesterday. The hardcopy proofread made it to the UPS Store … Continue reading

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Elizabeth in Edgartown

Here’s the “just the facts, ma’am” version. My slanted, skewed, and otherwise non-objective commentary follows. This Sunday, July 1, Elizabeth Warren, candidate for the U.S. Senate from our state, will be at the Old Whaling Church in Edgartown to present … Continue reading

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Do You Hear What I Hear?

So the results are in on the roundabout referendum from four of the five towns whose selectmen gave voters a chance to express their opinion. Aquinnah doesn’t vote till May 9. Here’s the tally so far: Edgartown: 508 NO ROUNDABOUT, … Continue reading

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Three Elections Down

Election day has come and gone in West Tisbury, Edgartown, and Oak Bluffs. I was off-island most of the day, taking a friend to a medical appointment in Falmouth and getting Malvina Forester serviced in Bourne. West Tiz did a … Continue reading

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Round About Now . . .

No, the bulldozers haven’t arrived at the blinker intersection, but the roundabout hasn’t gone away either. In early December, Edgartown and West Tisbury filed a suit in superior court to appeal the decision of the Martha’s Vineyard Commission (MVC) to … Continue reading

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Roundabout Update

Yesterday (Monday, November 14, if you’ve lost track <g>), the Edgartown board of selectmen voted unanimously to appeal the Martha’s Vineyard Commission’s approval of the roundabout in superior court. It’s hoped and even expected that the West Tisbury board of … Continue reading

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