Stop & Shop officials, who have faced opposition in their plan to consolidate the 9,300-square-foot supermarket with two abutting buildings to create a 23,800-square-foot store, have a working session with Tisbury selectmen Aug. 28 and a public hearing is scheduled for Sept. 3, the Gazette reports.
In a phone call to Martha's Vineyard Patch, town resident Katherine Scott called the proposed expansion a "monolith" and expressed concern that not enough residents were aware that "this juggernaut is coming down the pike."
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