Tag: Chincoteague Town Council

By Carol Vaughn — The Chincoteague town council is accepting applications from anyone interested in serving on the council to fill the seat vacated when Matthew Reed resigned. The person must be a full-time Chincoteague resident and a registered voter in Chincoteague. The appointee will fill the seat until a special election...
By Carol Vaughn — Chincoteague town council members voted to give town employees a raise that had been delayed in July due to budgetary concerns related to the COVID-19 pandemic. The council voted unanimously at the Thursday, Nov. 19 meeting to give the raise starting with pay period 10, deferring until...
By Carol Vaughn — Chincoteague resident Nancy Payne spoke during a public comment period at the town council’s Thursday, Oct. 15, work session about regulations for posting political campaign signs. “I was here before, in 2004,” to talk about this, she said, adding, “I’m back because this has come up again.” Payne,...
By Linda Cicoira -- Inlet View Campground, at the far south end of Main Street on Chincoteague, looks like the island’s newest cemetery. It’s a place where rusty trailers, dilapidated structures, peeling billboards, and worn-out bicycles have been left — a final resting place. What some say is the prettiest...