And The Winner Is……
Chris Perry •
Several months ago, I wrote a column about the local real estate market, first time home buyers and the skyrocketing prices on Nantucket. As part of that column, I asked three brokers to go on the record and make some predictions about real estate on Nantucket for the 2023 season. I promised that I would return before the summer and report back as to who hit the real estate nail on the head.
Why Isn't The STR Workgroup Considering Other Options?
Carl Jelleme •
To the editor, It's twice now that island voters have rejected zoning changes to allow full-time STRs to operate anywhere on the Island. The STR workgroup must think that three times is the charm
With Chaos On Its Way, Let's Remember The Good Things This Island Provides
Grant Sanders •
To the editor, we live with a rather warped and twisted view of the world here on Nantucket. I'm reminded of a recent real estate sale that generated a lot of comments online - 99 percent of them negative. Money makes us cranky. We all feverishly chase the dollar but grumble about it at the same time. And the negativity seems to be peaking early this year. Not a good sign.
Mother Of Baxter Waldman Thanks Community After Charity Motorcycle Ride
Elise Norton •
To the editor: I would like to thank everyone who came out and helped make the Baxter Waldman Scholarship Fundraiser a success. Thank you to all the motorcycle riders who joined me in a beautiful
Topham Says Thank You
Joseph Topham •
To the editor: I would like to express my gratitude to everyone who voted for me, to my family and friends who hosted my Planning Board yard signs, and of course, for the positive, kind comments
Chris Perry Column: Who Will Unite The Clans?
Chris Perry •
I lied. It was less than four weeks ago, right after Town Meeting, that I wrote the following line about the short-term rental debate: “Like Town Meeting, it is time to give this matter a rest…”
Land Bank Candidate Kelly Steffen Thanks Island Community
Kelly Steffen •
To the editor: To say running a campaign for the first time was an eye-opening experience would be an understatement. There’s no way to describe the thankfulness I feel to everyone I met along the
Richmond Company President Responds To Land Bank Fee Story
Phil Pastan •
To the editor: Wednesday morning I became aware of an article published in the Nantucket Current with a headline reading that my company refuses to pay a $341K transfer fee to the Land Bank.
Affordable Housing Has Many Tools. Now We Need To Deploy Them
Henry Sanford •
To the editor: After the passage at Town Meeting of the debt override in annual funding of $6.5 million dollars per year, the affordable housing initiatives on Nantucket have just gotten a giant shot